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SOUTH BEND, Ind.—Rennia Davis tied her career high of 33 points to lead Tennessee (3-0) to victory over No. 15 Notre Dame on the road on Monday night, 74-63. It was the Lady Vols’ first victory on the road in the series since 2008.

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KNOXVILLE — Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt has discussed with the media the importance of turnovers since the day he arrived in Knoxville. More importantly, he has stressed it every day at practice with his players.

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KNOXVILLE — Everything may be going well for Tennessee following Saturday’s win over South Carolina, but once the elation subsides one major question will have to be answered: Who is the starting quarterback?

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KNOXVILLE — Tennessee’s offensive line has been much maligned the last few years, but during the first half of this season there have been signs the Vols are close to getting over the hump.

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KNOXVILLE — Nigel Warrior doesn’t usually need to be encouraged to take things in stride, but advice he got from one of his Tennessee coaches last week gave him the spark he needed.

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — A year ago, Grant Williams strolled through the halls of the Grand Bohemian Hotel in Birmingham, Alabama during SEC Tipoff hours after being announced as the preseason favorite to win SEC Player of the Year.

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KNOXVILLE — Noting that quarterback Brian Maurer was back in action on Sunday night, Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt said he did not expect the concussion the freshman suffered in Saturday’s victory over Mississippi State would be long-lasting.

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KNOXVILLE — Freshman offensive lineman Wanya Morris got penalized for blocking an opponent out of bounds, and Jeremy Pruitt was OK with it. Two other Tennessee players got into a scuffle on the sideline, and Pruitt was fired up.

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KNOXVILLE — Tennessee fans rightly relished in the spark freshman quarterback Brian Maurer gave the team in the first half against Georgia, but those who came down from that high and viewed other aspects of the game had to quickly notice one glaring problem.

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KNOXVILLE — Coaches make a habit out of praising their opponents, but Tennessee’s Jeremy Pruitt on Monday broke out the hyperbole like never before in discussing No. 3-ranked Georgia.