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2013-14 Season

Record: 24-13
SEC Finish: 11-7 (4th SEC)
Postseason: NCAA Sweet 16
Coach: Cuonzo Martin (3rd season)

Tennessee won eight of its final 10 games - with the losses coming against SEC champion Florida and Big Ten champion Michigan - and advanced to the NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen for the fourth time in eight seasons. Senior guard Jordan McRae and junior forward Jarnell Stokes earned first-team All-SEC honors, and junior guard Josh Richardson was named to the SEC All-Defensive Team. Stokes tied Bernard King's school record for double-doubles in a season, with 22.

Players celebrate during the 2013-14 NCAA Tournament
2012-13 Season

Record: 20-13
SEC Finish: 11-7 (2nd SEC)
Postseason: NIT First Round
Coach: Cuonzo Martin (2nd season)

After starting the season 11-10, the Vols rallied to win eight of their last nine regular-season games - including victories over Kentucky, Missouri and No. 8 Florida - to finish fifth in the SEC. Junior guard Jordan McRae earned first-team All-SEC honors, while sophomore forward Jarnell Stokes led the SEC in rebounding and landed on the All-SEC second team.

Jordan McRae
2011-12 Season

Record: 19-15
SEC Finish: 10-6 (2nd SEC)
Postseason: NIT Second Round
Coach: Cuonzo Martin (1st season)

Tennessee's first season under head coach Cuonzo Martin exceeded expectations. Picked to finish 11th in the conference, UT earned the No. 2 seed in the SEC tournament and won 8 of 9 SEC games to end the regular season. Jarnell Stokes earned SEC All-Freshman honors, and junior Jeronne Maymom was second-team All-SEC.

Cameron Tatum
2010-11 Season

Record: 19-15
SEC Finish: 8-8 (5th East)
Postseason: NCAA First Round
Coach: Bruce Pearl (6th season)

Tennessee got off to a running start, opening the season 7-0 and upsetting then No. 7 Villanova in the championship of the NIT Tip-Off Classic. However, the rest of the season proved tumultuous as the Vols suffered several narrow losses to finish 19-15 on the year.

Tobias Harris
2009-10 Season

Record: 28-9
SEC Finish: 11-5 (3rd East)
Postseason: NCAA Elite Eight
Coach: Bruce Pearl (5th season)

This group of Vols became the first Tennessee men's basketball team to advance to the Elite Eight, coming from behind to defeat Ohio State 76-73 in the Sweet Sixteen. They fell just short of the Final Four, losing to Michigan State by a single point at 70-69. Overall, UT was 28-9 on the season, 11-5 in the SEC, and lost only one game at home.

Wayne Chism
2008-09 Season

Record: 21-13
SEC Finish: 10-6 (1st East)
Postseason: NCAA First Round
Coach: Bruce Pearl (4th season)

The Vols celebrated their 100th season of varsity basketball, fourth-year head coach Bruce Pearl recorded his 400th career victory, Tyler Smith recorded the first triple-double in school history, the Big Orange logged the 22nd 20-win season in school history, UT played its way to the SEC Eastern Division Championship, and the Vols advanced to the SEC Tournament Championship Game for the first time since 1991.

Tyler Smith
2007-08 Season

Record: 31-5
SEC Finish: 14-2 (1st East)
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen
Coach: Bruce Pearl (3rd season)

UT set a school record for wins with a 31-5 record while winning its ninth SEC title with a 14-2 conference mark. The Vols earned the first No. 1 ranking in school history and then advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive year. Chris Lofton was named second-team All- America and was joined on the first-team All-SEC squad by Tyler Smith. Bruce Pearl was named SEC coach of the year and earned Adolph Rupp National Coach of the Year honors.

Chris Lofton
2006-07 Season

Record: 24-11
SEC Finish: 10-6
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen
Coach: Bruce Pearl (2nd season)

The Vols advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament while posting the second-most wins (24) in school history. Chris Lofton was named a consensus second-team All-America and earned Associated Press SEC Player of the Year honors. UT posted a 16-0 record at Thompson-Boling Arena.

Dane Bradshaw
2005-06 Season

Record: 22-8
SEC Finish: 12-4
Postseason: NCAA Second Round
Coach: Bruce Pearl (1st season)

First-year head coach Bruce Pearl was named The Sporting News' National Coach of the Year in leading the Vols to a 22-8 record and the SEC Eastern Division championship. UT received a No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament, the highest seed in school history. Chris Lofton earned second-team All-America honors after breaking almost all of UT's 3-point records.

Dane Bradshaw
2004-05 Season

Record: 14-17
SEC Finish: 6-10
Postseason: N/A
Coach: Buzz Peterson (4th season)

Chris Lofton made 93 3-pointers, the most-ever by a freshman in the Southeastern Conference. C.J. Watson led the SEC in assists against league teams for the second time in three years. UT won its 200th game in Thompson-Boling Arena with a 78-68 victory over Georgia on March 5.

McFagdon
2003-04 Season

Record: 15-14
SEC Finish: 7-9
Postseason: NIT First Round
Coach: Buzz Peterson (3rd season)

Scooter McFadgon broke a 35-year-old school record with his 91.2-percent free-throw shooting while ranking fifth in the nation. The Vols made their second NIT appearance in a row.

Crump
2002-03 Season

Record: 17-12
SEC Finish: 9-7
Postseason: NIT First Round
Coach: Buzz Peterson (2nd season)

Tennessee returned to the postseason with an appearance in the National Invitation Tournament. Ron Slay led the SEC in scoring with 21.2 points and was named the SEC Player of the Year while earning third-team All-America honors.

Slay
2001-02 Season

Record: 15-16
SEC Finish: 8-9
Postseason: N/A
Coach: Buzz Peterson (1st season)

Buzz Peterson was named the 16th head coach in Tennessee history on April 4, 2001. Vincent Yarbrough finished a close second in the SEC scoring race with 18.1 points per game. Marcus Haislip was the 13th overall pick in the NBA Draft.

Yarbrough
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