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Players talk about falling behind early

Down seven points and headed toward its first 0-2 start since Ray Mears was the coach and Lyndon B. Johnson was the president, the Tennessee men’s basketball team passed on a cheery halftime pep talk and instead engaged in a heated venting session where players called one another out for poor performances.

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wendelllawson writes:

Jarnell is a Junior.

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