Dec. 10, 2011
By The Numbers
6: The Vols have had six double-doubles in eight games this season after 10 in 34 total games in 2010-11.
7: Kenny Hall had a career-high seven offensive rebounds as he grabbed 10 rebounds in the game.
8: Jeronne Maymon tied his career-high with eight made field goals.
19: The Vols had 19 offensive rebounds, tying the season-high set vs. Memphis (11/22/11).
42: UT scored 42 of its 70 points in the paint, outscoring the Govs, 42-24 inside.
HALL THE HAULER
- Kenny Hall hauled down 10 rebounds including a career-high seven offensive rebounds. It marked the second game in a row that Hall had double-figure rebounds as he had a career-high 12 boards against Pitt (12/3) last Saturday. His former high of six offensive rebounds came at Alabama (1/19/10) of his freshmen year.
- Hall scored 12 points, his most this season. He has only had more in his career when he had 16 vs. North Carolina A&T (12/23/09) during his freshman year.
- Hall had his second-career double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds. His only other career double-double game in that Alabama game as he posted 12 points and 10 rebounds.
- For Hall, it was his seventh-career game in double-figure points and second this season. Also, it was his fourth-career contest with 10-plus rebounds and second this season.
- Jeronne Maymon nearly had his fourth double-double this season with a team-high 18 points and nine rebounds vs. Austin Peay. His last double-double came against Memphis game on Nov. 22 (32 points, 20 rebounds), which wrapped up a string of three double-doubles in a row.
- Maymon had 13 points in the first 10:03 of Saturday's game vs. APSU.
- Maymon scored in double-figures for the sixth time in eight games this season and seventh time in his career.
DOUBLE YOUR PLEASURE
- With Hall's 12 points and 10 rebounds, Tennessee now has six double-doubles this season in eight games. Last season, in 34 games, the Vols had 10 total double-doubles with all 10 coming by players that are no longer playing with UT.
- Jordan McRae scored in double-figures for the fifth time this season with 14.
GOLDEN RUN ENDS
- Trae Golden's streak of scoring in double-figures in every game this season came to an end at seven games, he was limited to seven vs. Austin Peay. Golden shot 1-of-9 from the floor while handing out four assists.
CHAIRMEN OF THE BOARDS
- Tennessee dominated the glass against Austin Peay, outrebounding the Govs 34-24 led by Hall (10) and Maymon (9).
- The Vols had a season-high 19 offensive rebounds. UT also had 19 vs. Memphis (11/22/11). Last season's high was 28 vs. College of Charleston (12/31/10) last season.
- Tennessee also dominated scoring in the paint, outscoring the Govs, 42-24 inside.
AGAINST THE STATE AND OVC
- Since 2005-06, Tennessee is 30-8 (78.9) against teams from the Volunteer State. The Vols have beaten every in-state foe over the last six years except for Tennessee State, which UT has not played. The Vols have beaten: Austin Peay, Belmont, Chattanooga, ETSU, Lipscomb, Memphis, MTSU, Tennessee Tech, UT Martin and Vanderbilt.
- Tennessee is now to 45-2 all-time against teams from the Ohio Valley Conference with the win. Cuonzo Martin is 3-1 in his career against the OVC.
NOTING THE SERIES
- Tennessee is now 8-1 all-time against its cross-state foe Austin Peay. The Vols won the first eight games in the series, dating to 1940.
- The first sub of the game was Yemi Makanjuola, 2:44 into the action as he replaced Hall.
- The Vols head back on the road for a game at the College of Charleston (7-1) on Wednesday, Dec. 14. The game will tip at 9 p.m., on ESPN2.
- Tennessee's next home game is slated for Dec. 20 vs. UNC Asheville at 7 p.m.