Jeronne Maymon named to All-SEC second team; Jarnell Stokes on All-Freshman

Ole Miss guard Jelan Kendrick (45) goes up for a basket as Tennessee forwards Jeronne Maymon (34) and Jarnell Stokes (5) defend during the second half at Thompson-Boling Arena Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012.  Tennessee won 73-60 over Ole Miss.  (ADAM BRIMER/NEWS SENTINEL)

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Ole Miss guard Jelan Kendrick (45) goes up for a basket as Tennessee forwards Jeronne Maymon (34) and Jarnell Stokes (5) defend during the second half at Thompson-Boling Arena Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012. Tennessee won 73-60 over Ole Miss. (ADAM BRIMER/NEWS SENTINEL)

One was Tennessee’s most consistent contributor from start to finish. The other provided an immediate jolt of size and energy when he was added to the roster in January.

For the respective impact each had on UT’s surprising second-place finish, junior Jeronne Maymon and freshman Jarnell Stokes were named to the SEC’s all-conference men’s basketball teams, which were announced Tuesday.

Maymon, UT’s second-leading scorer and top rebounder, was one of nine players named to the All-SEC second team. Stokes was one of eight on the all-freshman team.

Maymon, a bench player on last year’s squad, had the best performance of his career just three games into the season, scoring 32 points and grabbing 20 rebounds in a double-overtime loss to Memphis at the Maui Invitational. The Wisconsin native’s production tapered off thereafter, but he was easily UT’s most consistent player throughout the SEC season. He never scored fewer than 12 points in all of the Vols’ 16 conference games while notching four of his nine double-doubles against SEC foes.

Stokes, an 18-year-old early enrollee from Memphis, made his collegiate debut Jan. 14 against Kentucky, scoring nine points in just 17 minutes off the bench. He quickly earned a place in the starting lineup and thrived from there, averaging 9.1 points and 7.5 rebounds per game. He led the Vols with 16 points and 12 rebounds in a January upset over defending national champion Connecticut and earned SEC Player of the Week honors Monday for strong, back-to-back performances in UT’s wins against LSU and Vanderbilt.

Kentucky’s Anthony Davis garnered the most awards, as he was named Player of the Year, Freshman of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year. He joined teammate Michael Kidd-Gilchrist on an eight-player first team that featured two players apiece from Kentucky, Mississippi State, Florida and Vanderbilt.

Kentucky coach John Calipari was named Coach of the Year, his first such honor since taking over the Wildcats in 2009. Kentucky guard Darius Miller was named Sixth Man of the Year while Florida forward Patric Young earned Scholar Athlete of the Year.

A complete list of the 2012 SEC Men’s Basketball postseason awards follows.

First Team All-SEC

Bradley Beal, Florida – G, 6-3, 207, Fr., St. Louis, Mo.

Kenny Boynton, Florida – G, 6-2, 189, Jr., Pompano Beach, Fla.

Anthony Davis, Kentucky – F, 6-10, 220, Fr., Chicago, Ill.

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Kentucky – F, 6-7, 232, Fr., Somerdale, N.J.

Dee Bost, Mississippi State – G, 6-2, 176, Sr., Concord, N.C.

Arnett Moultrie, Mississippi State – F, 6-11, 249, Jr., Memphis, Tenn.

John Jenkins, Vanderbilt – G, 6-4, 215, Jr., Hendersonville, Tenn.

Jeffery Taylor, Vanderbilt – F, 6-7, 225, Sr., Norkopping, Sweden

Second Team All-SEC

JaMychal Green, Alabama – F, 6-8, 228, Sr., Montgomery, Ala.

^Trevor Releford, Alabama – G, 6-1, 180, So., Kansas City, Mo.

BJ Young, Arkansas – G, 6-3, 175, Fr., St. Louis, Mo.

Erving Walker, Florida – G, 5-8, 177, Sr., Brooklyn, N.Y.

Terrence Jones, Kentucky – F, 6-9, 252, So., Portland, Ore.

Doron Lamb, Kentucky – G, 6-4, 210, So., Queens, N.Y.

Justin Hamilton, LSU – C, 7-0, 260, Jr., Alpine, Utah

^Terrance Henry, Ole Miss – F, 6-9, 210, Sr., Monroe, La.

Jeronne Maymon, Tennessee – F, 6-7, 265, Jr., Madison, Wis.

SEC All-Freshman Team

BJ Young, Arkansas – G, 6-3, 175, Fr., St. Louis, Mo.

Bradley Beal, Florida – G, 6-3, 207, Fr., St. Louis, Mo.

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Georgia – G, 6-5, 200, Fr., Greenville, Ga.

Anthony Davis, Kentucky – F, 6-10, 220, Fr., Chicago, Ill.

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Kentucky – F, 6-7, 232, Fr., Somerdale, N.J.

Anthony Hickey, LSU – G, 5-11, 182, Fr., Hopkinsville, Ky.

Rodney Hood, Mississippi State – G, 6-8, 204, Fr., Meridian, Miss.

Jarnell Stokes, Tennessee – F, 6-8, 250, Fr., Memphis, Tenn.

SEC All-Defensive Team

Anthony Davis, Kentucky – F, 6-10, 220, Fr., Chicago, Ill.

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Kentucky – F, 6-7, 232, Fr., Somerdale, N.J.

Reginald Buckner, Ole Miss – F, 6-9, 225, Jr., Memphis, Tenn.

Damontre Harris, South Carolina – F, 6-9, 214, So., Fayetteville, N.C.

Jeffery Taylor, Vanderbilt – F, 6-7, Sr., 225, Norrkoping, Sweden

SEC Coach of the Year: John Calipari, Kentucky

SEC Player of the Year: Anthony Davis, Kentucky

SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Patric Young, Florida

SEC Freshman of the Year: Anthony Davis, Kentucky

SEC Sixth-Man of the Year: Darius Miller, Kentucky

SEC Defensive Player of the Year: Anthony Davis, Kentucky

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Ironcity writes:

Congrats to Jeronne and Jarnell. With UT's balance offensively and defensively its no surprise we didn't get any other players on these teams.

kevin151 writes:

Steven Pearl used to play over Maymon????

clvolfan writes:

When will the announcement be for coach Martin as coach of the year?

movinonup writes:

Let's see: One Coach has his team seeded number one with 2 on first team, 2 on 2nd team, 2 on Freshman team, 2 on defensive team, player of year, Freshman of year, 6th man of year, and defensive player of the year.

One Coach has his team seeded 2nd with 1 player on second team and 1 player on Freshman team.

Coach of the year??????

UkJarhead writes:

in response to movinonup:

Let's see: One Coach has his team seeded number one with 2 on first team, 2 on 2nd team, 2 on Freshman team, 2 on defensive team, player of year, Freshman of year, 6th man of year, and defensive player of the year.

One Coach has his team seeded 2nd with 1 player on second team and 1 player on Freshman team.

Coach of the year??????

Already been announced. Drum Roll...... Coach Cal

movinonup writes:

in response to UkJarhead:

Already been announced. Drum Roll...... Coach Cal

It's already in the article, Jarhead......you missed the point which is not....drum roll....surprising at all.

RaineyVol writes:

Stokes already makin freshman team... played not even half a season.

cdldoc#211897 writes:

in response to kevin151:

Steven Pearl used to play over Maymon????

and he did a good job. Scottie Pippen wasn't good enough for division one.

Make a valid point.

IdahoVol writes:

Congrats to Jeronne and Jarnell.

As for COY - it's a no brainer - should have been Cuonzo. Swap them - make Cuonzo coach at Kentucky with Davis, etc. and Cal coach at UT with Maymon, etc. My guess is, UK would still have won the SEC but no way Cal coaches UT to second place. The award is for coaching, not sales. Give Cal credit - he sells the best players in the country on his program. Anything short of the SEC title would have been a disappointment. But Cuonzo COACHED this team up and they surpassed all expectations. No question UT's players IMPROVED during the year much more than UK's.

BigOrangeBill writes:

Congrats to a FINE young man!! And also to our great new coach. One comment: After the Big Dance coaches will be fired and THEY WILL BE COMING AFTER COACH MARTIN. Our answer MUST BE to get our checkbook out!!!!

tennrich1 writes:

in response to kevin151:

Steven Pearl used to play over Maymon????

How many times must this be explained???? Its not hard to figure out....Do your research!

Volunteer-Varmint writes:

in response to movinonup:

Let's see: One Coach has his team seeded number one with 2 on first team, 2 on 2nd team, 2 on Freshman team, 2 on defensive team, player of year, Freshman of year, 6th man of year, and defensive player of the year.

One Coach has his team seeded 2nd with 1 player on second team and 1 player on Freshman team.

Coach of the year??????

Coach of the year? HECK YEAH!!!!! Look what he had to work with when he took over. He turned TN back into a team. Calipoopoo just paid a bunch of freshman to use Kensucky as a stepping stone to the NBA. My vote is for Coach Martin every day and all day!

Go Big Orange!

PS: Wouldn't it be great if TN faced off against the kitty cats in the SEC CG and won? One can dream...zzzzzzzzzz

SummittsCourt writes:

Any other year I can see slimy cal being named coach of the year, but not this year. When a young, inexperienced coach takes over a program that is in a serious upheaval from last year, little or no experience and takes them to the #2 seed after being predicted to be the #11 seed - he definately is the coach of the year.

The voters got this one wrong. Too many people watching espn and not thinking for themselves I guess.

SummittsCourt writes:

Congratulations to Jeronne and Jarnell though, they deserved the recognition.

Volunteer-Varmint writes:

I too left out congrats for the guys. So...

Congrats fellas on a well earned and deserved recognition. Keep up the strong efforts. GBO!

Ironcity writes:

in response to SummittsCourt:

Any other year I can see slimy cal being named coach of the year, but not this year. When a young, inexperienced coach takes over a program that is in a serious upheaval from last year, little or no experience and takes them to the #2 seed after being predicted to be the #11 seed - he definately is the coach of the year.

The voters got this one wrong. Too many people watching espn and not thinking for themselves I guess.

As much as I like Martin your point holds no water. Using your style a coach takes over a team thats been to the NCAA the past 6 years. He has 5 four star players on his roster when maybe two other teams in the league have more. Should he get coach of the year for coming in second? Coach Cal did a great job with that bunch. He is a cheat but you can't deny what he has accomplished. Martin did a great job getting this team off the deck and making it a reflection of him. I am OK with what the other coaches voted for. I am also glad that the team still feels slighted. This could be the motivation that gets us two more wins and a likely invite to the big dance.

VolunteerLifer writes:

It seems unlikely that the team that finished in second place in the SEC would not have one player that finished as all SEC, nor the freshman of the year. I think Jeronne should have been first team SEC. Even at that, as movinonup noticed, the talent disparity between Cal and Cuonzo is such that COY is something the voters got wrong. Don't get me wrong - Cal deserves to be COY because he did a great job this year. But I think CMM did a better one and deserves it more.

mocsandvolsfan writes:

Hmmm?? I bet UT guards can beat UF guards if our teams played each other.

mocsandvolsfan writes:

Oh yeah. WTG Maymon and Stokes.

CoverOrange writes:

Who voted this? Coaches? Writers? SEC front office?

Witch_Doctors writes:

Witch Doctor say this probably a good thing as a team with a chip on their shoulder seems to work better for these guys. Witch Doctor bet this will be motivation.
Bones never lie.

MurfVol77 writes:

in response to movinonup:

Let's see: One Coach has his team seeded number one with 2 on first team, 2 on 2nd team, 2 on Freshman team, 2 on defensive team, player of year, Freshman of year, 6th man of year, and defensive player of the year.

One Coach has his team seeded 2nd with 1 player on second team and 1 player on Freshman team.

Coach of the year??????

you just made the argument for me!! Martin did more with less!! only 1 2nd teamer and 1 all freshman!! Cal didnt have to coach with that talent irregardless of the predictions....

richvol writes:

Congratulations guys...can't wait to see these two together next year.

marnel1958 writes:

in response to IdahoVol:

Congrats to Jeronne and Jarnell.

As for COY - it's a no brainer - should have been Cuonzo. Swap them - make Cuonzo coach at Kentucky with Davis, etc. and Cal coach at UT with Maymon, etc. My guess is, UK would still have won the SEC but no way Cal coaches UT to second place. The award is for coaching, not sales. Give Cal credit - he sells the best players in the country on his program. Anything short of the SEC title would have been a disappointment. But Cuonzo COACHED this team up and they surpassed all expectations. No question UT's players IMPROVED during the year much more than UK's.

See above for an example of a well thought-out, intelligent post!

lgilbert writes:

Oh well, what a suprise. Coach Cal gets COY for winning all SEC games like he was supposed to. SEC COY beginning to hold as much water as Heisman does for me since Manning did not get it. However, we get a coach that is supposed to barely keep from scraping the bottom of the SEC and pulls them up to 2nd. Oh well, we Vol fans appreciate what you have done for our team. Thanks for a great year. Congrats to Maymon and Stokes. Now go get us an SEC championship. IT IS GREAT TO BE A TENNESSEE VOL. GO BIG ORANGE.

jt45 writes:

Its possible these coaches may face each other again real soon, might be some motivation for that game. UK has some outstanding talent with their freshman, but this COY vote might just help UT the most in the end. I wouldn't be surprised if Calipari is wishing it went the other way. That Bullseye just got a little bigger and I bet he knows that.

1vavolfan writes:

So lets see, Cal has 2 First Team, 2 Second Team, the player of the year, the freshman of the year, the 6th man of the year, and 2 defensive players of the year. Martin has 1 Second team, and 1 All Freshman player. Seems like Cal really had to coach these guys up. My only coaching experience is with my 5th grade AAU team, but I'll bet I could win 14 SEC games with his bunch.

allvollego writes:

Congratulations to both players for the honors. I do not think that CCM was robbed here, because anyone that wins their league by 6 games with no losses has done something truly impressive and rare. CCM did something equally impressive, but I would bet that the occurrence rate is much higher than that of going undefeated in conference play. I think the real robbery came with the Vols on court leader in Maymon. If we are looking at all conference players, conference play should be the main judge of things. If there is a tie, then outside bodies of work would determine the tie breaker. How does Kidd-Gilchrist beat out Maymon for 1st team honors. I am truly shocked by this one as MKG barely averaged 10 ppg but Maymon was clearly over 14 ppg while posting a slight rebounding edge of MKG in conference. Maymon did not score in single figures during conference play. How is he not a first team selection? This is definitely not a bash MKG session, more of a boost Maymon session because he deserves the recognition.

Go VOLS

SevenT writes:

As a Kentucky fan I really do not understand the anti-Calipari comments. I suppose it is simply jealousy of Kentucky Basketball. Truth be told if Calipari was at Tennessee recruiting and winning UT fan would jump on board and pack the house every night. So please Memphis fans quit complaining about Kentucky stealing your coach.

chuckfromwoodberry writes:

in response to kevin151:

Steven Pearl used to play over Maymon????

+1. That's rich!

VolunteerLifer writes:

in response to SevenT:

As a Kentucky fan I really do not understand the anti-Calipari comments. I suppose it is simply jealousy of Kentucky Basketball. Truth be told if Calipari was at Tennessee recruiting and winning UT fan would jump on board and pack the house every night. So please Memphis fans quit complaining about Kentucky stealing your coach.

I have always despised you Kentucky fans, and the more of you come on this board and post, it gets even worse. There is a common thread among all of you: Any critic of kentucky basketball is simply jealous. And another common thread among kentucky fans: the rest of the SEC schools are lucky to be in the same conference with kentucky. Arrogance knows no bounds with your fan base. Is it any wonder why other fans despise you so much?

SoFlaVol writes:

in response to SevenT:

As a Kentucky fan I really do not understand the anti-Calipari comments. I suppose it is simply jealousy of Kentucky Basketball. Truth be told if Calipari was at Tennessee recruiting and winning UT fan would jump on board and pack the house every night. So please Memphis fans quit complaining about Kentucky stealing your coach.

Since our attendance was fifth in the nation we apparently do fill the house...without Calipari. I'll take Coach Martin's coaching job this year over your coach all day long.

underthehill writes:

in response to SevenT:

As a Kentucky fan I really do not understand the anti-Calipari comments. I suppose it is simply jealousy of Kentucky Basketball. Truth be told if Calipari was at Tennessee recruiting and winning UT fan would jump on board and pack the house every night. So please Memphis fans quit complaining about Kentucky stealing your coach.

Were you a basketball fan when Cal was at Memphis and Mass? Did you think he was a cheat then? Now that he has not been caught yet and KY has not had to forfeit games..is Cal suddenly a Saint? Truth be told..I would not trade Martin for Cal..and I don't think there is any way Cal will ever be accused of having the strong character Martin has ..even by KY fans like you..I can assure you there is no jealousy of Kentucky Basketball. Martin has given UT hopes for something far greater than Cal will ever give KY. A great human being that is helping mold the lives of college athletes by setting an example.

Dougb-VFL writes:

in response to chuckfromwoodberry:

+1. That's rich!

I think maymon is the truth but nobody can deny pearl's defense,heart,or all around hustle! The boy was blue collar and made up for lack of talent with pure hustle AND with the pressure of his dad being his coach. Congatulations to our team and the all-sec members! VFL

1vavolfan writes:

in response to movinonup:

Let's see: One Coach has his team seeded number one with 2 on first team, 2 on 2nd team, 2 on Freshman team, 2 on defensive team, player of year, Freshman of year, 6th man of year, and defensive player of the year.

One Coach has his team seeded 2nd with 1 player on second team and 1 player on Freshman team.

Coach of the year??????

I posted almost the exact same thing, didn't see your post but totally agree. Not quite as bad as Peyton getting shafted on the Heisman but pretty close.

RashaadSalabeb writes:

Good job Guys!

Go Vols!

golfman1975 writes:

In 1996 Gino won the national COY BEFORE the NCAA's were played. He lost to PS whose team had lost 10 games when Youcon was undefeated and ranked #1. UT went on to win it all...Gino did not even get to the final four. I take it all with a grain of salt. IF we can run the table in the SEC tournament..who cares if Cal won COY?

Theo writes:

in response to SevenT:

As a Kentucky fan I really do not understand the anti-Calipari comments. I suppose it is simply jealousy of Kentucky Basketball. Truth be told if Calipari was at Tennessee recruiting and winning UT fan would jump on board and pack the house every night. So please Memphis fans quit complaining about Kentucky stealing your coach.

At the risk of repeating myself -
University of Kentucky - the Rent-a-Center of college basketball.
Maybe slimy Cal as best recruiter. But COACH of the year - definitely Coach Martin.
Congrats to the guys on this great recognition. More to come for this group.

BR_549 writes:

in response to clvolfan:

When will the announcement be for coach Martin as coach of the year?

Not this year. Its John Calipari. He didn't lose to Austin Peay

Vols4Ever writes:

in response to SevenT:

As a Kentucky fan I really do not understand the anti-Calipari comments. I suppose it is simply jealousy of Kentucky Basketball. Truth be told if Calipari was at Tennessee recruiting and winning UT fan would jump on board and pack the house every night. So please Memphis fans quit complaining about Kentucky stealing your coach.

(This comment was removed by the site staff.)

seymorehoops writes:

in response to Theo:

At the risk of repeating myself -
University of Kentucky - the Rent-a-Center of college basketball.
Maybe slimy Cal as best recruiter. But COACH of the year - definitely Coach Martin.
Congrats to the guys on this great recognition. More to come for this group.

Tennessee had as many early entries as UK last year. 1 junior and 1 freshman. Cal went 16-0 for the 3rd time in history and his team was 6 games better than Martin who had the 3rd or 4th best talent in the league and beat him head to head twice. Including the game in Rupp that was over in 5 minutes. Martin did a gtrat job, but it happens every year somewhere. What Cal did is very rare

Zalweed22 writes:

in response to BR_549:

Not this year. Its John Calipari. He didn't lose to Austin Peay

don't forget oakland and college of charleston.....all these guys that are so in love with coach martin were the same ones that would post 200 comments after those loses about how stupid a hire it was. And if they lose Friday, it will be the same....

mtnbikrtn writes:

in response to cdldoc#211897:

and he did a good job. Scottie Pippen wasn't good enough for division one.

Make a valid point.

Scottie Pippin was the best player in the state of Arkansas his senior year. The UCA bears might have been the best team in the state also.

AlpharettaVol writes:

I could have been Coach of the Year with the talent Kentucky had and I've never coached a basketball game in my entire life. Don't any of the voters give any weight to to "coaching up" the team he has? The only pressure that Cal has is not screwing up the team he was given. I give him credit for recruiting all those guys but once they were thereat was a matter of just sitting back and watching them go to work.

mocsandvolsfan writes:

in response to EightLetters:

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I don't hate you eightfretter? Why do you entice people to hate? It's not necessary since we already hate the Cats. All types of cats...tigers, lions, cheetahs, house cats, striped cats EVEN orange cats...well not the color orange just the cat. I semi owned a cat once. He'd leave dead rats and birds all over. Brought in fleas and poobed in unusual places. Stunk up the house. Cats are a nuisance. Needless to say I got rid of the cat to a Dawg owner. Don't worry . So far the dawgs are losing. One mean cat. However I'm somewhat of a Kentucky fan...at least I don't hate the fans and people involved. Just the tradition. It's about time for someone else to take first spot...within the SEC that is...since UTC will never get there.

I sorta admire Cal. but don't think he's the coach Martin is...yet. I'll have to actually watch Kentucky games to know. Won't happen unless UT's playing them. We will beat your new freshmen next year. Just a hunch.HEY wait? We might do it this year!?

mocsandvolsfan writes:

in response to AlpharettaVol:

I could have been Coach of the Year with the talent Kentucky had and I've never coached a basketball game in my entire life. Don't any of the voters give any weight to to "coaching up" the team he has? The only pressure that Cal has is not screwing up the team he was given. I give him credit for recruiting all those guys but once they were thereat was a matter of just sitting back and watching them go to work.

r u gonna b a coach?

I actually like your post but regrettably have to disagree. Yes he has talented players. But you have to admire how he's made a team of them. I don't know...MAYBE he's just good at Psychology and not a coach. But that's a part of it. ALL coaches have to be psychologists to get players to play defense. But I will admit that talented players half way playing defense can look pretty darn coachable if they want to win. I think in part at least their success is just that. They really want to win. I hope we want it more if we play again this year.

shoelessvol#236864 writes:

Coach Cal is without a doubt one of the best recruiters in college basketball. He has done a really good job this year in molding a brand new team and they are very impressive. If they don't win the NCAA Tournament it will be a great disappointment. However, with limited time to recruit and only one starter coming back from last year and having to begin a completely new system, without questions Coach Martin has done the best coaching job this year in the SEC. To be picked 11th and finish 2nd speaks volumes of his coaching ability! I'm disappointed that no one from the Vols was named to the defensive team...but this TEAM has the best defense in the conference. Let's hope for a great SEC Tournament and a chance to play in the Big Dance! GO VOLS!!

lgilbert writes:

So sad fans from other boards come on here to stir stink. Must be a sad, lonely life. Don't mind if they come on here to talk about sports in a respectful way. And they wonder why many on here come back at them with bitter remarks. I guess their boards must have an age limit.

Zalweed22 writes:

in response to lgilbert:

So sad fans from other boards come on here to stir stink. Must be a sad, lonely life. Don't mind if they come on here to talk about sports in a respectful way. And they wonder why many on here come back at them with bitter remarks. I guess their boards must have an age limit.

Well said.....but don't limit it to fans from other boards. I am on the ky boards as much as this board because my best friend lives in Knoxville and we are both big SEC fans. Some do like to 'stir stink' REGARDLESS, that's fine....however, the vast majority on here slam on Calipari no matter what he does. I guess its the Memphis and now Kentucky connection? Not sure....look at Jim Boeheim and all the phooey he supposedly doesn't know....10 positive drug tests by his players and he has no idea that had happened? But he seems to get a pass....Calhoun, in my opinion, is just as bad. But when TN beat Uconn, there was no hatred directed at Calhoun on this board. Calipari just rubs people the wrong way and I can see that. BUT, he is our coach and we will stand by him and defend him (and win) as long as he does it clean....and so far it is clean. You can't say the NCAA is trying NOT to find something on him. I think TN fans would do the same if Calipari were coach the vols. Martin has definitely turned these guys around from the start of the season and to play you all in the championship game would be fun!

Einstein writes:

Congratulations to Stokes and Maymon. However, Maymon not being on the first team is ridiculous and an affront to Jeronne and Tennessee.

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