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A Top 10 tussle before Christmas break? Sign me up. The Vols enter this game at No. 6 in the latest poll. Arizona checked in at No. 9. The two played last year, with UT giving ‘Zona coach Tommy Lloyd one of his five losses with the Wildcats. 

The two teams enter play here in a markedly different than last. Despite the rankings perhaps favoring UT, this game has a lot to like for the home team. Namely, Arizona is playing at home (duh). It is also the first true road test for UT; the team has also yet to play a game this season at full strength. 

Defensively, UT has all the same markings as it… always does? Intensity on the defensive end of the floor is a given when playing a Rick Barnes coached team. In short, Tennessee is perched atop the KenPom rankings for defense, defensive efficiency, and three-point shoot against. So Arizona will have to figure that out. 

Offensively, it has been a different story. Without key players on the floor, the Vols offense has been disjointed for long stretches. 

Santiago Vescovi has been off all year. A shoulder injury may be the reason for it. Josiah-Jordan James is not a guy to light it up versus filling the sheet and giving effort. More of a traditional three-and-D wing player. Tyreke Key could be a scorer; he just has not been yet. And the frontcourt is almost non-existent right now. 

Arizona has the right mix. 

The team is built to take advantage of what Tennessee lacks. It actually isn’t a statement about Tennessee but Arizona: Can any team in college basketball actually be side to have an advantage in the match up with Ažuolas Tubelis and Oumar Ballo? 

I think Tennessee has the highest floor — and perhaps ceiling — of any team in the SEC. It could come to justify this Top 10 ranking in time. That time is not this game. 

UT is banged up and has yet to answer the front-court questions. The quick hands of the guards can be negated by simply getting the ball into the post and exposing the lack of depth. 

UT got a couple of friendly whistles last season when it downed Arizona. That is very unlikely to happen again. Take Arizona on the money line and get $125 back even if they don’t win. The ‘Cats are not as tested as UT, not even close, and so there could be regression to the mean. UT, with value on the line, is tempting, too. So take advantage of the this offer.


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