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Saturday 2/24/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




TENNESSEE (20 - 7) at OLE MISS (12 - 16)
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Saturday, 2/24/2018 1:00 PM
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TENNESSEE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games20-7+9.215-1011-1374.735.144.2%
Road Games8-5+4.49-46-771.432.542.2%35.069.530.443.1%34.8
Last 5 Games3-2+0.42-32-361.029.038.8%33.666.828.644.2%35.4
Conference Games10-5+3.39-67-873.032.544.6%34.069.330.343.4%33.9
TENNESSEE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)74.735.126-5844.2%8-2137.9%16-2175.2%361016207135
vs opponents surrendering71.133.125-5843.0%7-2234.1%14-1971.2%34913196134
Team Stats (Road Games)71.432.525-5842.2%8-2136.7%15-1975.4%351013227134
Stats Against (All Games)67.028.323-5541.2%7-2032.8%15-2171.0%35912206143
vs opponents averaging75.935.926-5845.3%8-2235.7%15-2172.0%36914186124
Stats Against (Road Games)69.530.423-5343.1%6-1834.3%18-2570.1%35911196143

OLE MISS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games12-16-15.210-179-1776.135.642.5%37.777.337.243.7%38.2
Home Games10-6-7.47-84-1079.735.843.9%39.274.435.641.0%39.4
Last 5 Games1-4-1.71-41-470.231.238.1%37.879.638.047.4%39.8
Conference Games5-10-37-83-1271.233.339.6%37.777.337.244.6%38.8
OLE MISS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)76.135.626-6242.5%8-2532.9%16-2173.4%381015196114
vs opponents surrendering70.232.424-5842.2%8-2233.5%14-2070.9%35913196133
Team Stats (Home Games)79.735.827-6143.9%8-2433.8%18-2571.6%39917186115
Stats Against (All Games)77.337.226-6043.7%9-2436.4%16-2271.6%381016196123
vs opponents averaging75.535.526-5845.2%8-2235.8%15-2171.7%36914186134
Stats Against (Home Games)74.435.625-6241.0%9-2436.8%15-2170.2%391016215133
Average power rating of opponents played: TENNESSEE 82.4,  OLE MISS 78.2
TENNESSEE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/9/2018@ VANDERBILT92-84W-1.5W141O30-5356.6%30829-5651.8%268
1/13/2018TEXAS A&M75-62W-3W141.5U25-6141.0%381024-5444.4%2917
1/17/2018@ MISSOURI55-59L2L141.5U21-5438.9%28920-4841.7%3112
1/20/2018@ S CAROLINA70-63W-4W138U23-4057.5%251318-4936.7%3114
1/27/2018@ IOWA ST68-45W-2.5W145U24-6238.7%491317-5133.3%3111
2/3/2018OLE MISS94-61W-10W145.5O33-6253.2%35621-6035.0%3817
2/6/2018@ KENTUCKY61-59W2W143.5U22-5242.3%321319-4542.2%3015
2/10/2018@ ALABAMA50-78L-2L136U16-5827.6%351332-5657.1%4011
2/13/2018S CAROLINA70-67W-10.5L135O24-5048.0%321522-5044.0%2912
2/17/2018@ GEORGIA62-73L-2.5L129.5O22-6334.9%331120-4742.6%4013
2/24/2018@ OLE MISS              
2/27/2018@ MISSISSIPPI ST              

OLE MISS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/6/2018MISSISSIPPI ST64-58W-2.5W148U21-6233.9%41722-6334.9%4514
1/9/2018@ AUBURN70-85L12L163.5U22-6533.8%411225-5644.6%4415
1/16/2018@ TEXAS A&M69-71L10W146U27-5945.8%34929-5750.9%3310
1/20/2018@ ARKANSAS93-97L8W155O29-6048.3%301329-5354.7%2914
1/27/2018@ TEXAS72-85L6L139O25-6439.1%371028-6344.4%387
2/3/2018@ TENNESSEE61-94L10L145.5O21-6035.0%381733-6253.2%356
2/10/2018@ LSU66-82L4.5L153.5U23-6237.1%40929-5850.0%368
2/17/2018@ MISSISSIPPI ST62-79L7.5L146.5U23-5641.1%311431-5556.4%3011
2/20/2018@ MISSOURI90-87W7.5W144O33-7842.3%371127-6144.3%4521
2/28/2018@ KENTUCKY              
TENNESSEE: Last season: 16-16, hasn't reached NCAA Tournament since 2014.
Who's gone: G Robert Hubbs III, G Kwe Parker (transfer to Cape Fear Community College), G Shembari Phillips (transfer to Georgia Tech).
Who's back: F Grant Williams earned freshman all-SEC honors from the league's coaches and is the Vols' top returning scorer (12.6) and rebounder (5.9); F Admiral Schofield averaged 8.2 points and 4.4 rebounds last season; G Jordan Bone (7.2 ppg), G Lamonte' Turner (8.2) and G Jordan Bowden (7.9) all had their moments last season; F Kyle Alexander has started 34 games over the last two years.
Who's new: G James Daniel III averaged 27.1 points per game for Howard in 2015-16 to lead all Division I scorers before playing just two games last season due to an ankle injury; G Chris Darrington averaged 20.7 points and 5.1 assists last season at Vincennes (Ind.); F Derrick Walker (6-8), F Zach Kent (6-foot-10) and F Yves Pons (6-5) are freshmen who should add size and athleticism to Tennessee's frontcourt.
The Skinny: Tennessee was in NCAA Tournament contention last season before fading down the stretch. The Vols are hoping their improved depth will help them avoid a similar fate this year. If Tennessee gets more consistent production from its backcourt and Williams builds off his impressive freshman season, the Vols have a chance to earn the NCAA or NIT bid that has eluded them the last three years.
OLE MISS: Last season: 20-12
Who's gone: G Stefan Moody, F Tomasz Gielo, F Anthony Perez, G Martavious Newby
Who's back: F Sebastian Saiz. The 6-foot-9 forward is back for his senior season after averaging 11.7 points and 8.7 rebounds per game last season. G Rasheed Brooks. Averaged 8.3 points per game and made 44 3-pointers last season. Also second on the team with 42 steals.
Who's new: G Deandre Burnett. The 6-foot-2 Miami transfer will be one of the team's main scoring options on the perimeter. He averaged 7 points per game with the Hurricanes as a freshman. F Justas Furmanavicius. The 6-foot-6 junior college transfer averaged 12.5 points and 9.3 rebounds last season for Three Rivers (Mo.) C.C. ' G Cullen Neal. The New Mexico graduate transfer started 31 games for the Lobos last season and was third on the team with 12.3 points per game.
The Skinny: Ole Miss is trying to get back to the NCAA Tournament for the third time in five seasons. The Rebels will struggle to replace Moody's 23.6 points per game, but should have a deeper roster than last season.
No. 19 Tennessee tries to keep SEC title hopes alive

Mississippi won its first game under interim coach Tony Madlock, beating an NCAA Tournament-caliber Missouri team in overtime on the road. The Rebels face another stiff challenge on Saturday when No. 19 Tennessee comes to Oxford, Miss.

The Volunteers (20-7, 10-5 SEC) were picked to finish 13th in the Southeastern Conference in a preseason media poll. But with three games remaining in the regular season, Tennessee is in second place, two games behind Auburn.

The Vols stayed in the hunt for the regular-season title with a win over Florida on Wednesday. Grant Williams and Admiral Schofield, Tennessee's one-two inside punch, combined for 39 points and 14 rebounds, and Tennessee held Florida to 35 percent shooting, prompting Gators coach Mike White to call Tennessee "one of the best defensive teams in the country."

"You've got linebackers like Williams and Schofield that move like guards," White said. "They've got great speed and quickness in the backcourt. They've got great depth. They run different guys at you, and they play extremely hard."

Tennessee coach Rick Barnes also praised his team's defense, but said they're still experiencing too many rebounding lapses and the Volunteers' transition defense needs to get better.

"You're not going to win games if you don't get back in transition and take away easy baskets and protect the goal," Barnes said.

The Rebels (12-16, 5-10) like to push the ball with guards Breein Tyree and Deandre Burnett. Tyree scored 25 points in the Rebels' win over Missouri, their first game since former coach Andy Kennedy stepped down.

Kennedy coached the Rebels for nearly 12 full seasons and is the all-time winningest coach at Ole Miss with a 245-156 record. He initially announced that this would be his last season on Feb. 12, and planned to finish out the season. He reconsidered and decided last Sunday to resign effective immediately.

"It has become readily apparent to me that my continued presence as the head coach is proving detrimental to these players finishing the season in a fashion that is representative of the standard for this program that has been clearly established and maintained for over a decade," Kennedy said in a statement announcing his decision. "Therefore, I believe that it is in everyone's best interest that I exit my role as head coach effective immediately. We all know that 'clean breaks' are always best, and I should have realized this last Monday. My apologies."

Barnes said he was impressed with the Rebels' mindset in the win over Missouri.

"They've got guards that can shoot the ball, score the ball. They change defenses well. I think they play hard," Barnes said of Ole Miss. "They've got a foundation that's been there for quite some time. I just know this time of year, the mindset is probably as important as anything right now, and after watching what they did against Missouri, they've got a pretty good mindset right now."

Tennessee blasted Ole Miss 94-61 in Knoxville on Feb. 3. Williams and Schofield combined for 32 points and 16 rebounds in the win.

The Vols have won two straight over the Rebels.

Last Updated: 12/16/2018 12:26:46 AM EST

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