Tennessee is set to be in the national spotlight as the Vols travel to Kansas to take on the Jayhawks as part of the SEC-Big 12 Challenge on Saturday.
Tennessee’s defense has been a staple for the Big Orange this season. Tennessee’s strong play on that end of the floor helped the Vols start the season strong moving into the top 25 while picking up wins over Washington and VCU.
When Tennessee Men’s Basketball faces Kansas this weekend, the Jayhawks will be without two players, Silvio De Sousa and David McCormack. The two players were suspended following their involvement in a fight in the waning seconds of the Kansas-Kansas State game, that emptied both benches and…
This Saturday morning, College GameDay will be broadcasting live from Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kansas, where later that afternoon, the #3 Kansas Jayhawks will take on the Tennessee Volunteers as part of the SEC/Big 12 Challenge.
Tuesday, the Tennessee Volunteers welcomed the Ole Miss Rebels to Thompson-Boling Arena in a battle of conference foes. Tennessee pulled off a dominant win over Ole Miss 73-46.
Tennessee’s two games on the week saw polar opposite results as the Vols were blown out at Georgia before returning to the volunteer state and picking up a win 21-point win at Vanderbilt.
Tennessee is looking to bounce back from Wednesday’s blowout loss at Georgia as they travel to the mid-state Saturday to take on Vanderbilt.
ATHENS, GA- It was an ugly evening for Tennessee, who had little answers for Anthony Edwards and Georgia. The Bulldogs jumped out to a 19-point halftime lead and secured their first SEC win of the season, 80-63.
Tennessee enters its third week of conference play still trying to figure out who it is. The Vols are without Lamonté Turner and Uroš Plavšić, two guys they expected to have this season, and that’s prohibited them from truly establishing an identity.
Tennessee’s last two matchups with Georgia have seen the Vols clinch an SEC regular season championship and seen them kick off their SEC title defense with a 46-point win. Tennessee won’t be playing for anything as meaningful as the former and shouldn’t be expecting anything resembling the l…
Tennessee was inbounding the ball under South Carolina’s basket with 10 seconds left on the game clock and four on the shot clock as the Vols clung to a one-point lead. Tennessee threw the entry pass into the backcourt where Santiago Vescovi saved the ball to Jordan Bowden, whose 35-footer f…
A pair of struggling 8-5 teams are set to meet Tuesday night in the “Show Me” state as Tennessee travels to Columbia, Missouri to take on the Missouri Tigers.
Tennessee dropped back-to-back games for the first time since January of 2018 as the Vols struggled in their first game of the week losing to a struggling Cincinnati team, 78-66.
Tennessee broke its first two game losing skid in 23 months Saturday when the Vols used a big second half to knock off Jacksonville State 75-53. However, the win didn’t come without a downside as senior guard Lamonté Turner announced after the game that he was having season ending shoulder surgery.
CINCINNATI- The Tennessee men’s basketball team’s first on-campus road contest of the season was less than kind, putting the Vols in unfamiliar territory.
No. 13 Memphis and No. 19 Tennessee meet for the second installment of the three-game series between the two instate foes this Saturday afternoon as the Vols welcome Memphis to Thompson-Boling Arena.
At the Emerald Coast Classic over the weekend, the Tennessee men’s basketball team played back-to-back close contests in Destin, Florida, falling to No. 17 Florida State by three on Friday only to turnaround and beat No. 21 Virginia Commonwealth at the buzzer the next day.
Tennessee’s basketball team was dealt its first loss of the season in the Emerald Coast Classic as the Vols fell to Florida State, 60-57. Tennessee also picked up its second resume win of the season in its visit to Niceville, Florida, beating Virginia Commonwealth, 72-69.
It was a busy holiday week for the Tennessee basketball team as the Vols played three games, the most they’ll play in a week this season. The Vols went 2-1 with dropping from No. 17 to No. 21 in the AP poll.
No. 17 Tennessee travels to Niceville, Florida this weekend to play in the Emerald Coast Classic. The four-team tournament includes a pair of teams in the nation’s top 25 and two others that are receiving votes in the AP poll.
On the surface it was a pretty uneventful night at Thompson-Boling Arena as the Vols took care of a near 30-point underdog defeating Alabama State, 76-41.
The Tennessee men’s basketball team returned to the friendly confines of Thompson-Boling Arena on Wednesday, fresh off of a neutral court win over Washington and a No. 20 ranking this week.
Tennessee and Memphis are set to resume their three-game series in basketball on December 14 in Knoxville, and it’s a matchup for which basketball fans across the state are excited.
No. 20 Tennessee welcomes Alabama State to Thompson-Boling Arena Wednesday night as the Vols look to improve on their 3-0 start to the season.
Tennessee improved to 3-0 last week as the Vols picked up a come-from-behind win over Murray State and went north of the border to No. 20, the Washington Huskies.
Tennessee guard Jordan Bowden was named SEC Player of the Week Monday after averaging 22 points, four rebounds and two assists as the Vols picked up two wins.
Tennessee (2-0) travels to Toronto, Canada Saturday evening for its first major challenge of the season as the Vols will take on No. 20 Washington University in the James Naismith Classic.
Tennessee trailed by nine points at halftime and looked ripe for an early season upset, but the Vols outscored the Racers 58-19 in the second half as Jordan Bowden scored a career high 26 points, 19 of which came in the second half.
For awhile, it looked like Tennessee was in serious danger of snapping a 28-game home winning streak against Murray State at Thompson-Boling Arena on Tuesday.
The Tennessee men’s basketball doesn’t play a currently ranked team until Nov. 30, but their first real test of the season could come Tuesday night against Murray State at Thompson-Boling Arena.
Tennessee basketball’s 29-year-old director of men's basketball sports performance, a position known better as “strength and conditioning coach,” wasn’t the most popular interviewee at the Vols’ annual team media day last week. However, there weren’t many people on the Pratt Pavilion court t…