NASHVILLE, Tenn (WVLT) -- It was another tale of two halves for this year's Tennessee Volunteers. The Vols trailed by ten at the halftime break to in-state rival Vanderbilt. The Commodores were 8 of 15 from behind the arc in the first 20 minutes of play.
In the second half, Tennessee's dynamic duo of Grant Williams and Admiral Schofield took over the game. Williams set a new career-high in sports with 37. Schofield matched his career-high with 22. Tennessee battled back to beat Vandy 92-84 at Memorial Gym. That point total, 92, is the most Tennessee has ever scored on the Commodores home floor.
Since starting 0-2 in the SEC with losses to Arkansas and Auburn, Tennessee is back on track with wins over then-ranked 17th Kentucky and Vanderbilt to even out their record at 2-2.
Saturday night the Vols welcome in the struggling Texas A&M Aggies. They lost to Kentucky in a close one at Rupp Arena Tuesday. A&M enters the weekend winless in conference play at 0-4.