Tennessee gets early start on women's basketball practice

Author Sally Jenkins, left, talks with University of Tennessee women’s head basketball coach Holly Warlick during a fundraiser for the Volunteer Ministry Center on Thursday.

Photo by Wade Payne, © 2013 The Knoxville News Sentinel

Author Sally Jenkins, left, talks with University of Tennessee women’s head basketball coach Holly Warlick during a fundraiser for the Volunteer Ministry Center on Thursday.

Tennessee got an early start on women’s basketball practice on Monday.

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johnlg00 writes:

Nice to see that Meighan and Andraya are fired up for such an early morning practice. That Red Bull must really be something(;-P)! In my long-ago playing days, I hated them with a passion. I loved playing and I even found a way to enjoy practice--at a decent hour! I hope the ladies can maintain that enthusiasm. If they can, they will have many pleasant experiences this season.

MaxVolFan writes:

Yeah too bad the KNS killed the comment section by making people pay . Oh well go lady Vols!

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