Dec. 14, 2011
By The Numbers
0: The Vols did not attempt a free throw in the second half, going just 4-of-6 for the game.
7: Dwight Miller had a career-high seven rebounds in the game.
13: Miller also had a career-high in points with 13, all in the first half.
14: College of Charleston extended its home-court win streak to 14 games with the win.
19: Jordan McRae led the Vols with 19 points, scoring nine on three 3-pointers in the final 3:31
- Junior Dwight Miller had a career-game with 13 points, seven rebounds and two blocks. Miller had 13 points, six rebounds and two blocks in the first half alone, in just nine minutes.
- Miller's previous career-highs were: points (8 vs. Memphis), rebounds (6 vs. ULM) and blocks (1 seven times).
- Jordan McRae scored in double-figures for the sixth time in nine games this season with a team-best 19 points.
- McRae knocked down four 3-pointers including three in the final 3:31 of the game.
- Trae Golden tied his career-high in steals for the third time in his career with three. He also did it against Memphis this season on Nov. 22.
FOUL SHOOTING DIFFERENCE
- Tennessee did not take a free throw in the second half, going 4-of-6 for the game with all six attempts coming in the first half. - College of Charleston was 14-of-26 for the game, a margin of +20 in terms of free throw attempts.
NOTING THE SERIES
- Tennessee fall to 1-3 in the all-time series with the Cougars. UT lost to the Cougars, in Knoxville, 91-78. Tennessee's win came in 2009, an 86-69 win at UT.
- Tennessee's next game is slated for Dec. 20 vs. UNC Asheville at 7 p.m.