"While the 'Power T' is the official mark of the University of Tennessee, we are committed to restoring the visibility of the Lady Vol brand and showing it the reverence it deserves so our Tennessee family can move forward, more united, to blaze new trails of excellence," Currie said. "We understand that people are very passionate about the Lady Vol brand, and the Chancellor and I have been diligent about seeking perspective from various constituencies since each of us were appointed. "We will not allow for the Lady Vol brand to disappear from our athletics department or university." Measures to restore the prominence of Tennessee's Lady Vol presence include: Reaffirming a commitment to restore visibility of the Lady Vols name, logo and brand. Continuing to honor and celebrate UT's legacy of incredible national leadership and accomplishments in women's athletics. Affirming the freedom for our student-athletes to refer to themselves, and their teams, as "Lady Vols" while competing under the official mark of the university – the "Power T." Restoring Lady Vol branding and signage to athletic facilities such as Sherri Parker Lee Stadium and Regal Stadium. Providing apparel options that include Lady Vols branding and color scheme.