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Topic - Joe Lunardi
Tennessee guard Antonio Barton lost his starting spot and his shooting touch during a difficult senior season, but the Memphis transfer finally is back on the upswing.
Near misses are becoming all too common for Tennessee.
Tennessee isn't dwelling on the potential postseason implications of its game Saturday at Missouri.
The Southeastern Conference's efforts to upgrade men's basketball remain a work in progress.
The NCAA tournament has started, yet no one will have a better March than Joe Lunardi.
There is a tradition at Saint Joseph's for fans to cheer "The Hawk Will Never Die!"
"I certainly noticed some of the efforts at better scheduling and I would say that's still the way to go as a rule," Lunardi said. "Good scheduling is almost never going to take you out. Bad scheduling will often. So you're gambling in the right direction most of the time when you schedule up."
He said he's got LSU and Missouri as the last two teams in and Ole Miss is one of the first four out.