Tennessee finished the exhibition portion of its season in rousing fashion Sunday afternoon.
The Lady Vols literally raced to a 118-44 women's basketball victory over Coker College at Thompson-Boling Arena.
UT's defense fueled a transition derby that went into overdrive after Coker point guard Heidrun Kristmundsdottir went out in the second half with an arm injury.
Bashaara Graves scored a game-high 22 points for Tennessee, which opens its regular season Friday at Chattanooga.
Hailey Yohn scored 15 for Coker.
The one-sided score didn't do justice to some of the problems Coker presented in the first half.
Kristmundsdottir had the quickness and wherewithal to push the ball up the court against UT's pressure. When the Cobras were able to escape the Lady Vols' halfcourt traps, their ball movement and spacing set up their shooters.
The Cobras shot 53.3 percent on 3-pointers (8 for 15) in the first half.
That said, they still went nearly nine minutes without scoring. And running with UT opened the floor for the Lady Vols to score 60 points by halftime.