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MSU, Tennessee women meet at Humphrey Coliseum

January 15, 2014

Mississippi State's Martha Alwal (10) leads the team in scoring and rebounding. (Photo courtesy of Lee Adams)

Tennessee women's basketball coach Holly Warlick doesn't take any team for granted in the Southeastern Conference.
That especially goes for when the Lady Volunteers have to play at any of the 13 other venues of the league.
Tennessee plays at Mississippi State tonight and Warlick is very worried about the potential the Bulldogs have of turning Humphrey Coliseum into a home court advantage.
"I'm concerned about going to Mississippi State and playing on their home court.," Warlick said during Wednesday's SEC women's coaches teleconference. "They are in the SEC below us, but that doesn't even enter my mind. I just look at how teams play, how many games have come down to last second shots and come down to the wire. This is a very tough conference."
The tip is scheduled for 8 p.m. for the CSS telecast. The radio broadcast in the Golden Triangle will be on WKBB-FM 100.9.

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