The Lady Vols fell to Stanford and for the first time this season Holly Warlick questioned her team…
Lady Vols host No. 1 Stanford today
The family of Bashaara Graves will be in the stands watching when No. 10/11 Tennessee (7-2) takes on No. 1/1 Stanford (10-0) at 4 p.m. Eastern (TV: SportSouth, MyVLT) on Saturday. After the game ends, the Lady Vol players will be able to depart for home and, depending on distance and whether by car or airplane, be able to sleep in their own bed Saturday night. If a player's mind drifts to a home-cooked meal and much-needed family time, it won't be the first time it's happened. "You always worry about that," Assistant coach Dean Lockwood said. "People are getting ready to go home. Travel plans are made. "The magnitude of this game is going to get their attention. That helps to focus them. You're always a little concerned that it is Christmas and we don't want them singing ‘Jingle Bells' too early." The presence of Graves' family will actually help her to concentrate. "I just want to get a win before I actually do go home and knowing my family is coming to game it helps me to focus...
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