With games at Missouri and South Carolina back-to-back on the schedule, Rick Barnes was asked Saturday night, after finishing the two-game week away from home, if he’d splitting the games would be enough to satisfy him. He didn’t wait to hear the entire question before answering. “I want them all,” Barnes said with a smile after No. 21 Tennessee beat South Carolina 70-63 Saturday, bouncing back from the 59-55 loss at Missouri on Wednesday.
COLUMBIA, S.C. --- Asked about the performance of Derrick Walker, South Carolina’s Justin Minaya seemed to be at a loss for words. “He played a pretty good game, so …” Minaya said, his voice trailing off. “I mean, yeah, he played a tough game. He’s a good player.”It wasn’t the performance from Walker, the freshman power forward who scored 10 points on 5-for-5 shooting from the floor in No. 21 Tennessee’s 70-63 win over South Carolina Saturday at Colonial Life Arena, that had Minaya searching.
Three scoreless minutes against Vanderbilt obviously weren’t much for Chris Darrington, but it was something. No. 21 Tennessee’s junior-college transfer guard didn’t record any stats in those three minutes, only committing one foul during the 92-84 win in Nashville, but he managed to get himself into the box score. He never got off the bench during the Vols’ 75-62 win over Texas A&M on Saturday. The same applied to the come-from-behind win over Kentucky on Jan. 6 in Knoxville. Where’d he go?
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Selecting a term
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