OK, now do it on the road.
Fresh from a smashing SEC season debut against Florida, Tennessee's men hope to carry some basketball momentum to Mississippi State on Thursday night.
A 67-56 upset of Florida last Saturday was coach Cuonzo Martin's first SEC win. The next order of business is getting Martin his first road win.
The Vols (8-7, 1-0 SEC) play No. 20 Mississippi State (13-3, 0-1) at Humphrey Coliseum in Starkville. The game will be televised by ESPN2 at 9 p.m.
UT has lost road games at Oakland, College of Charleston and Memphis in Martin's first season.
Renaldo Woolridge is one of the seniors who has been through the SEC road wars and has some wisdom to impart to his young teammates.
"We just tell 'em it's kind of like that sixth man thing on the road,'' Woolridge said Tuesday.
"They've experienced it a little bit but now it's gonna get serious because it's the SEC.
"You've got to block out the fans and just play for each other.''
UT's most recent road trip was a 69-51 loss at Memphis on Jan. 4. The Vols didn't block out much of anything that night.
They were, however, able to correct enough of their problems to produce the upset of then-No. 13 Florida in Knoxville.
"You see what a big win will do for us,'' said senior Cameron Tatum. "Especially
being a young team.
"Our goal right now is build from that, get better every day and carry that momentum to Starkville.''
Mississippi State, generally speaking, is a tough place to play and the Bulldogs have an avid fan base. The Vols, nevertheless, own a three-game winning streak in Starkville, all during the Bruce Pearl era.
"Staying composed, being efficient, executing on offense and executing on the defensive end,'' said point guard Trae Golden. "If we have the same game plan on the road we had at home and execute it, we'll be fine.''
Easier said than done. Of the six SEC games on Saturday, only Alabama was able to get a road win (at Georgia).
"We've got to have our hard hats on,'' said Tatum, "ready to focus on the task at hand.''
Stanton Suits Up: Cory Stanton, the newest addition to the program, was in uniform for practice.
Stanton is a walk-on transfer from Lipscomb who began his career at Clemson. The sophomore point guard wore No. 12.
Getting Oriented: Jarnell Stokes was going through freshman orientation Tuesday and wasn't available for interviews.