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Three Ways Tennessee’s Offense Can Get Back on Track

The High & Tight: Three Ways Tennessee's Offense Can Get Back on Track
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How can Tennessee Basketball’s offense get back on track?

Rocky Top Insider breaks down three ways the Vols can do so in the latest High & Tight.

After an ugly loss and ugly win last week against Florida and Auburn, respectively, the Vols turn their attention to Wednesday night’s road matchup against Vanderbilt.

“It is tough. Coach Stackhouse, he is one of the best in the country when you talk about Xs and Os and the depth of their playbook,” Vols assistant coach Justin Gainey said. “It doesn’t get any tougher to guard. He is one of the toughest preps in league. They’re versatile. They have big that can stretch the floor. They can play a lot of different ways. (Myles) Stute at the four or five with (Jordan) Wright playing the four. Liam Robbins is coming back. He is a versatile scorer as you saw when he played here. He stepped out and made jumpers. He scored on the inside. Coach Stackhouse puts them in really great positions to be effective. It’ll be a challenging game. It will be a test for our defense. That’s for sure.”

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