Vols-Commodores Four Factors Forecast: Is that the sun shining on the offense?
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Tennessee needs that game with Florida to be rescheduled. Otherwise, what’s left for the Vols – at Vanderbilt, at Auburn, and a possible reschedule at South Carolina – provides little in the way of opportunity but plenty in the way of potholes on the road. In the 28 brackets released […]
Vols-Wildcats Four Factors Forecast: Vols have the advantage in this one, but what might a good defense do to an offense searching for consistency?
The Vols improved to 15-5 (8-5) with a 93-73 win over South Carolina late Wednesday night, a welcome offensive explosion via Victor Bailey’s seven threes and a return to form from John Fulkerson. It’s Kentucky next (1:00 PM Saturday CBS); the Cats have won two straight close games over Auburn […]
Vols-Gamecocks Four Factors Forecast: It’s looking like a fine day for a picnic, but watch out for the bees under the Gamecocks’ basket.
I don’t think the highs and lows quite qualify as a roller coaster, but Tennessee’s basketball season is definitely on a winding road. The hope, of course, is that this thing is still going up the mountain: the Vols were the 11th-best team in college basketball in the eyes of […]
Vols-Tigers Four Factors Forecast: The all-important Four Factors matchups suggest only a slight Vols advantage, which could set the stage for a thriller.
The committee will reveal their Top 16 this Saturday (12:30 PM CBS), a month and a day from Selection Sunday. As Wayne Staats points out, the original grouping usually holds up, for the most part. In 2018 the Vols were the top #4 seed in the first reveal, and ended […]
Vols-Bulldogs Four Factors Forecast: An accumulation of buckets, steals, and offensive rebounds, especially in the higher elevations.
Tonight was 20 minutes of everything you hate about Rupp Arena, then eight minutes of a really good basketball game, then 12 minutes of absolute joy. If you watched, you don’t need much analysis on the foul situation early. Six Tennessee players had two fouls in the first half, including […]