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  1. Report: Student banned from Auburn Arena for xenophobic remark An Auburn student has been banned from Auburn Arena after shouting a xenophobic comment at Tennessee freshman Santiago Vescovi on Saturday during the Tigers' 73-66 win over the Volunteers, according to AL.com. The now-banned student was identified and escorted out of the arena by officials shortly after the incident took place, per the report. “Go back to Uruguay; this is America,” the student could be heard shouting toward Vescovi during the CBS television broadcast of the game. The Volunteers guard is a native of Montevideo, Uruguay. The student did not have his identity disclosed, per the report. Vescovi had 10 points and three assists in the loss to the No. 13 Tigers. He entered Saturday averaging 11.4 points, 3.8 rebounds and 4.2 assists per game for the Volunteers. Tennessee led by as much as 15 in the second half on Saturday, but was unable to close the deal. Auburn used an 18-0 run in the second half en route to recording a seven-point win in comeback fashion. As a recruit, Vescovi had a three-star rating, per the 247Sports Composite. The 6-foot-3 Uruguayan has established himself as one of the SEC’s best freshmen, and the hope from Tennessee’s end is that he’ll be an even more dynamic player after spending a full offseason with strength coach Garrett Medenwald — who has spent the past few years completely transforming the bodies of several players. Barnes wants Vescovi to play faster on both ends of the floor, and being in better shape is the first step in that process. Tennessee coach Rick Barnes has said several times that Vescovi’s story this season has been a “remarkable” one, and he’s got a point there. The January enrollee has helped keep the Vols afloat in the aftermath of Lamonte Turner’s season-ending shoulder surgery. Barnes’ system is a demanding one for point guards on both ends of the floor, but Vescovi — who should be a high school senior — has exceeded any reasonable expectation in that role, especially considering how freely he still admits he’s not in ideal (SEC-level) shape. Report: Student banned from Auburn Arena for xenophobic remark 247SPORTS.COM ...
  2. On January 25th, three-star defensive lineman Isaac Washington announced his commitment to Tennessee after visiting campus. Less than a month later, Washington has decided to reopen his recruitment, citing a coaching change at Tennessee as to why. Washington took to Twitter on Wednesday afternoon to announce that his recruitment is “back open” and that he was decommitting from the Vols. He thanked Tennessee for offering him a scholarship, adding that he is still “extremely interested in being a Tennessee Volunteer.” But with former defensive line coach Tracy Rocker moving on to South Carolina and UT reportedly hiring Colorado defensive line coach Jimmy Brumbaugh to replace him, Washington has decided to “visit other programs to look into my other offers.” Complete story here: https://www.rockytopinsider.com/2020/02/19/defensive-lineman-decommits-from-vols/?fbclid=IwAR0vBAGOMkA0kZDa4aGbBkgZBBO5x7BJXEGoa7bjYphjE0VhkBHd9Fot-9c
  3. Vols Men and Women BB are playing very much alike.. Keep it close all game, then unable to close
  4. #19 is a perfect launching spot for us
  5. Our shots would not drop yesterday. Just one of those days, but we have had a few of these this year. Pons continues to be a defensive beast, and Fulkey is a foul magnet
  6. This Wideman kid is a 2 sport dynamo!!
  7. Malachi Wideman decided not to sign with Florida State during the Early Signing Period despite his longstanding commitment to the Seminoles and spent the past several weeks exploring other options. He ultimately found somewhere else he felt more comfortable. The four-star Class of 2020 wide receiver from Venice (Fla.) High School announced Wednesday afternoon that he’s signing with Tennessee, flipping from Florida State to the Vols on National Signing Day after being committed to the Seminoles for nine months.
  8. Turner resigns as Vanderbilt AD; deputy AD Lee named interim Vanderbilt athletic director Malcolm Turner has resigned, the university announced Tuesday. (Photo: Vanderbilt University) Malcolm Turner has resigned as Vanderbilt athletics director after just over one year on the job, the university announced Tuesday. Candice Storey Lee, formerly the associate vice chancellor and deputy athletic director, will take over as interim athletic director. Lee becomes the SEC’s first female athletic director. Turner, meanwhile, leaves West End amid turmoil for the department’s two biggest money-makers. Vanderbilt’s football team went 3-9 last season and has been in need of stadium upgrades for years, and the men’s basketball program has lost 26 straight SEC games. Turner fired former men’s basketball coach Bryce Drew last March in one of his first major moves, hiring Jerry Stackhouse. “In a year of change and transition, it’s been a privilege to be a Commodore and witness firsthand the transformative power of the intersection of higher education and athletics. Vanderbilt Athletics has accomplished a great deal during my time at Vanderbilt, and the university’s athletics program and student-athletes are poised for future success,” Turner said in a statement. “However, at the onset of this next critical phase of key Athletics initiatives and after considering certain family commitments important to me, I have elected to pursue new opportunities. I fully support what will surely be an exciting next chapter for Vanderbilt Athletics and wish the entire Vanderbilt family the very best going forward.” Turner was the president of the NBA G League before joining Vanderbilt. Nicholas S. Zeppos, Vanderbilt’s chancellor when Turner was hired, stepped down last August. Susan Wente took over as the interim chancellor, and Vanderbilt hired University of Chicago provost Daniel Diermmeier to assume the post effective July 2020. “Candice embodies the Vanderbilt Way, which is our commitment to ensuring that student-athletes excel on the field of play, academically and in life,” Wente said. “Candice is a trailblazer. Her unparalleled work ethic, energy and vision, and steadfast commitment to the Commodore family, will only build on our momentum.” ByRobbie Weinstein
  9. TecVol

    Vols fall to miss State

    Yeah this was a dagger, especially with Kentucky coming up
  10. You know we are old, cause we are talking about our operations
  11. With my new titanium hip, I can launch like a rocket.. Landing is a whole different story
  12. I literally jumped out of my seat on this shot. This IS the best shot we will see all season