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Postgame Notes: Vanderbilt 64, Vols 60

Feb. 5, 2014

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THE SERIES

  • Vanderbilt's win moves Tennessee's all-time lead in the series to 113-71, dating the start in 1922.

  • Tennessee's 113 wins over the Commodores are the most by the Vols over any opponent, and only Kentucky (217) has been an opponent of the Vols more times than Vanderbilt (184).

  • Tennessee owns a 28-42 all-time record at VU's Memorial Gym. That includes a 24-40 mark against Vanderbilt.
  • The Vols had won three straight games in the series and Cuonzo Martin is now 3-2 vs. Kevin Stallings entering the game.

    DOUBLE-DOUBLE MACHINE

  • Jarnell Stokes had 11 points and 13 rebounds for his fourth consecutive double-double.
  • Stokes now has 13 double-doubles on the season. That equals the 17th-most in a season at Tennessee with Rob Jones (1984-85).
  • It was Stokes' 31st career double-double, moving him into a tie with Reggie Johnson (1976-80) for sixth all-time at Tennessee. Next on the list with 32 is Dalen Showalter from 1957-60.

    JORDY DOING HIS THING

  • Leading scorer Jordan McRae led the Vols in scoring for the 19th time this season and 56th time in 99 career games with 16.

  • McRae has led the team in scoring 15 times this season and 33 times in his career.

    RICHARDSON'S SCORING STRETCH

  • Junior Josh Richardson tallied 14 points for his third consecutive game in double-figures.
  • On the season, Richardson has 13 games in double-figures. For his career, he has 23 games with 10-plus points.

    FOR STARTERS

  • Tennessee's starters: Josh Richardson, Jarnell Stokes, Jordan McRae, Jeronne Maymon, Darius Thompson.
  • It is the third consecutive game the Vols have used this starting five.
  • Josh Richardson started out the scoring for the Vols with a dunk five seconds into the game

    TENNESSEE SCORERS: FORST HALF

  • The Vols shot 10 of 25 (40 percent) from the floor in the first half, including 4 of 11 from the 3-point line (36 percent).
  • Six players scored for the Vols. Jordan McRae and Antonio Barton led the team with six points each.
  • McRae brought the Vols within four points at 30-26 on a 3-pointer by Josh Richardson, but the Vols did not score for the final 4:43 of the first half.

    UP NEXT

  • Coming up on Saturday, Tennessee will host South Carolina at 3 p.m. That game will air on ESPNU and can be heard on the Vol Network.
     

     

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