Tennessee added to its trophy case -- and case for a No. 1 seed -- with its 17th SEC tournament title. But this time, freshman Jordan Reynolds' play off the bench helped make it happen.
Tennessee, Kentucky and LSU are expected to dominate the SEC this season -- with all eyes on nearby Nashville and giving the league a Final Four team for the first time since 2008.
Everyone knows Tennessee is in a transitional season. But with four new coaches and two new teams joining the league, it's a tremendous season of change for the entire SEC.
With new coaches and two new teams, change is the name of the game in the SEC. But reigning regular-season champ Kentucky is again considered the favorite.
With a group of talented seniors leading the way, Tennessee played just like everyone knew they could, and now face former Lady Vols player and assistant Nikki Caldwell and her LSU squad for the SEC championship.
Meighan Simmons scored a season-high 25 points and Tennessee (No. 11 ESPN/USA Today, No. 13 AP) routed No. 7 Kentucky 91-54 on Monday night.