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LADY VOL HOOPS CENTRAL: LSU (SEC QTRS.)

 

#6/6 TENNESSEE VS. LSU
March 7, 2014   |   6 p.m. ET
The Arena at Gwinnett Center   |   Duluth, Ga.

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  • No. #6/6 Tennessee (24-5/13-3 SEC), seeded second, opens play in the 2014 SEC Women's Basketball Tournament on Friday at 6 p.m. ET at The Arena at Gwinnett Center in Duluth, Ga.


  • In the quarterfinal round on Friday, the Lady Vols will face No. 10 seed LSU (19-11), a 78-65 winner over No. 7 seed Alabama on Thursday night.


  • The game will be televised on SportSouth, with Dave Baker and Nell Fortner calling the action, and the game will be streamed on ESPN3.


  • Tennessee enters the SEC Tournament playing its best basketball of the season, having won four straight and 10 of its last 11.


  • The Lady Vols ascended from #10/9 to #6/6 in the rankings this week after closing out the regular season at home with a 73-61 victory over SEC champion and (then) #4/4 South Carolina.


  • UT split the season series with LSU, dropping its SEC opener to the Lady Tigers in Knoxville, 80-77, on Jan. 2 and holding off the Lady Tigers, 72-67, in Baton Rouge on Feb. 27.


  • LSU had entered the SEC Tournament on a six-game losing streak and had dropped seven of its last eight before defeating Alabama.


  • Tennessee enters the 2014 tournament with a 70-18 (.795) all-time record and 16 titles in the previous 34 years of the event.



 

 

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