Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Bring On Memphis

The Vols made sure they wouldn't let Auburn take away from Saturday's game. Tennessee, who dominated the entire game, finished the Tigers off with a final score of 89-70. Ramar Smith led the charge for the Vols, finishing with 19 points, as Tyler Smith finished with a strong double-double (13 rebounds and 13 points) and Jajuan Smith contributed 12 of his own. Chris Lofton also helped the Vols, as he added 12 points and climbed up in the record book hitting his 402nd career three pointer. Chris also jumped Bernard King on the all time scoring list for the Vols. We are going to need those threes for Saturday. It's coming BasketVol fans. The day when your Vols will play for the chance to not just take the state of Tennessee but take over America and increase their chances for a number one seed come tournament time. This game, unlike tonight's, will be televised, in primetime for the world to see. Not to mention, the fact that College Gameday will be there for "The Showdown" in Memphis. (see design of a sign I submitted below) The game will be big, the game will be tight. It will be a physical test and something that can help Tennessee on it's quest for a basketball national championship.

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