Dec. 31, 2010
UT-College of Charleston Post-Game Notes
- After being outrebounded the last two games, the Vols outrebounded College of Charleston 47-35. Tennessee had 27 rebounds in the second half, compared with only 15 by the Cougars.
- The rebounding advantage also meant the Vols outscored Charleston 24-3 in second-chance scoring opportunities.
Cougar Scoring Totals
- Charleston's 14 3-pointers were the most the Vols have allowed the season. Tennessee previously allowed 11 against Virginia Commonwealth on Nov. 24. It was the most the Cougars had made in a game this season.
- In addition, the Cougars' field goal shooting percentage (.571) and 3-point percentage (.560) were both opponent highs against Tennessee.
- Charleston's Andrew Goudelock scored 31 points was the most points by an individual the Vols have allowed this season. Goudelock made 6-of-7 3-pointers.
- The 47 points Charleston scored in the first half was the most the Vols have allowed a first half this season. The previous high was 38 by Southern California.
Scoring Leader Again
- Junior Scotty Hopson (Hopkinsville, Ky.) led the Vols with 24 points, 16 of which came in the first half
- Hopson scored more than 20 points for the second time this season. He has scored at least 10 points for the 11th time this season. It was the 50th time in his career he has reached double digits.
- Freshman Tobias Harris (Dix Hills, N.Y.) continued his effective shooting from the free-throw line. In the last four games, he has made a combined 25-of-28 free throws. That is good for an .893 percentage.
- Harris finished second on the team with 16 points Friday. He has scored 12 or more points in 12 of 13 games this season.
Back in the Lineup
- Sophomore Kenny Hall (Stone Mountain, Ga.) picked up his first start of the season and fourth of his career. He played nine minutes and had two rebounds and one assist.
Bone Back in the Scoring Column
- After recovering from a fractured wrist suffered in the preseason exhibition against Brevard, senior Josh Bone (Nashville) logged his first minutes Wednesday against UT Martin.
- On Friday, he scored his first points of the year, hitting two three near the end of the game.
- While he did not start, senior Brian Williams (Bronx, N.Y.) still led the team in rebounds. He had 12 rebounds in 23 minutes played. He has had three games of at least 10 rebounds.
- The Vols' bench outscored Charleston's reserves 24-6. The 18-point advantage by the bench is the best margin for the Vols this season.