NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The Southeastern Conference tournament
is back in Music City, not that any team might be capable of
stopping regular season champion Tennessee from running away with another title.
The fourth-ranked Lady Vols capped off their ninth perfect run
in SEC play in coach Pat Summitt's 37 seasons, the league's first
since expanding to a 16-game schedule. Now they want their second
straight tournament title, third in four years and 15th overall.
Summitt says that's the way they think. She wants her Lady Vols
coming to town on a mission or warns they will be heading home
early if the Lady Vols are happy with what they've already
No. 16 Kentucky is the only other ranked team in this
tournament, which begins Thursday.
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