GVX Audio: Dean Lockwood on Meighan Simmons, Missouri and bracketology

Tennessee's Isabelle Harrison guards Tennessee assistant coach Dean Lockwood during practice at Stanford on Friday, December 20, 2013. 

(SAUL YOUNG/NEWS SENTINEL)

Photo by Saul Young, 2013 Knoxville News Sentinel

Tennessee's Isabelle Harrison guards Tennessee assistant coach Dean Lockwood during practice at Stanford on Friday, December 20, 2013. (SAUL YOUNG/NEWS SENTINEL)

KNOXVILLE — Assistant coach Dean Lockwood joined News Sentinel columnist John Adams and host Vince Ferrara on Friday’s Sports Page to talk about the Lady Vols.

Lockwood began by discussing senior guard Meighan Simmons’ play during Thursday’s 93-63 win over Georgia at home.

“Meighann just came out and was assertive, but composed,” said Lockwood. “She has an attack mentality especially at the offensive end and that’s what you want.

“Her shot selection was very good, too. We really liked the fact that she was moving the ball, she got some assists, she got six rebounds. She just really played a solid basketball game for us.

“It’s what you want from your senior down the stretch.”

Lockwood also discussed how he thinks the Lady Vols stack up against possible number one seeds Stanford and Notre Dame, the next matchup against Missouri on Sunday night in Columbia and whether or not he’s a ‘bracketologist.’

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