Discussion in 'Keith Hatfield Memorial Vols Hoops' started by TennTradition, Jan 21, 2012.
Hoping to catch the game on TV, but it doesn't look like its on CBS here.
Who all's going?
TT, you should be able to get the game at CBSsports.com. This happened to me last year.
CBSSports.com has it. Additionally, sometimes there's a backup CBS channel that carries the national broadcast if regular CBS has a local broadcast. For instance, in Raleigh/Durham, CBS (TWC channel 105) and CBSHD (TWC channel 1105) have the ACC Game of the Weak (GT/Clemson), but channel 106 has Tennessee/UConn
I'm watching online here in Denver.
I look forward to hat's comment on the halftime show. This is called a teaser.
Signature wins for Martin after 19 games: 2.
Signature wins for Dooley after 25 games: 0.
How many games can Tennessee lose from here on and find themselves on the bubble?
Not many. I qm curious how the committee would view us as a team before and after stokes.
That's one of the questions on my mind. Depending on how and where the losses come, I think they can lose two with a decent showing in SEC tourney, possibly three with a finals appearance
But that all depends on the Stokes thing. Those bad losses really suck
Id say 9-3 to be a almost lock with a win or 2 in the sect.
Also, if you are in knoxville come join me and johnnyquickkick at the brewery in celebration!
Worst NCAA team last year was 19-14 (Vols, Sparty, Southern Cal, Penn State all finished 19-14). So I'd say three more regular season losses (four including conference tournament) is about all we can handle and still make it. If there's a particularly weak bubble, maybe 15 losses could do it, but it'd be a huge stretch unless they highly weight post-Stokes play.
Either way, we're still way too inconsistent to take tourney talk seriously.
Ended up being able to watch on cbssports, but didn't get to start it until 5:30. What a win!
I agree with the last part, but we are also capable of winning all but maybe two of the remaining games, I think
You may be right, but I can't see Tennessee finishing that strong. I still expect to see some games where we want to bang our heads against a wall.
Ya, you're probably right. But the door is still technically open.
that's become a UT tradition.
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