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Going back to Tennessee’s first national championship in 1987, there was Dawn Marsh. In 1989, you...

Going back to Tennessee’s first national championship in 1987, there was Dawn Marsh. In 1989, you had freshman Dena Head who in turn led the Lady Vols to another championship in 1991. What about the 1996 National Championship team that was led by Super Freshman, Chamique Holdsclaw? Most would surmise that she was named the Most Outstanding Player, but it was actually starting point guard Michelle Marciniak who was given that honor. [An excellent outsider's perspective about freshman Ariel Massengale. A great read for any Lady Vols fan. --Hooper]

2011 NCAA Basketball Impact Freshmen: A First Look at Tennessee's Ariel Massengale - Swish Appeal

Ohio State coach Jim Foster spent 11 years at Vanderbilt battling the women's basketball juggernaut...

Ohio State coach Jim Foster spent 11 years at Vanderbilt battling the women's basketball juggernaut just 160 or so miles away that is mighty Tennessee. He gets to renew old acquaintances again on Saturday when his Buckeyes meet the Lady Vols and coach Pat Summitt in a regional semifinal game in Dayton, Ohio. It doesn't sound as if he's missed bumping heads with his old nemesis.

Ohio State coach won't be wearing orange in NCAA - FoxNews.com So the Ohio State coach used to be at Vandy (before my time). Yet one more reason to really enjoy this particular matchup.

Tennessee's Angie Bjorklund took a big step toward playing again with a return to women's...

Tennessee's Angie Bjorklund took a big step toward playing again with a return to women's basketball practice on Friday. The Lady Vols senior guard, who has missed the past six games with a right foot injury, will shoot set shots and free throws today and practice Sunday with an eye toward playing against Georgia on Monday night at Thompson-Boling Arena.

Angie Bjorklund returns to practice - GVX Fleser reports on the health of many of the Lady Vols. With the sheer amount of medical management this year has taken, Jenny Moshak deserves a medal and a raise. Just once, I'd like to have two healthy post players.

And while people have talked about Tennessee as a fourth contender and it has been accepted as...

And while people have talked about Tennessee as a fourth contender and it has been accepted as common sense that the Lady Vols' RPI (#3 ahead of Baylor entering last night) will earn them the fourth number one seed it's not actually that clear that they'll be the lucky team to earn a trip to the Final Four.

What Texas A&M Proved Against Baylor: Who should join the Big Three as Final Four favorites? - Swish Appeal SA is the SBNation site that covers women's basketball (both college and WNBA). Questioning Tennessee's chances in the tournament is fair considering their inconsistency. I have a post planned on that topic that will likely go live tomorrow, but Q's article gives a great lead-in into the conversation.
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