Lady Vols in title game

Sunday, April 6, 2008 at 10:55pm

Alexis Hornbuckle grabbed a rebound and scored on a putback with less than a second left to give the Tennessee Lady Vols a 47-46 victory over LSU in the Final Four.

The Lady Vols now will face Stanford in the national title game on Tuesday in Tampa, Fla.

Tennessee star Candace Parker scored 13 points and grabbed 15 rebounds in the win. UT (35-2) will play for its eighth national title on Tuesday.

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By: idgaf on 12/31/69 at 7:00

One more Ladies, bring it home.

By: gdiafante on 12/31/69 at 7:00

Yes, bring it home to Knoxville.

By: Jokapsig on 12/31/69 at 7:00

Let's see. A trophy in Knoxville. A trophy in Memphis. What a concept!

By: JDG on 12/31/69 at 7:00

It is a good thing the personnel matchups are so much different against Stanford. The Vols looked totally lost on offense, had some notable defensive lapses, and if Fowles hand not had a miserable shooting performance the outcome might have been very different. Of course the same thing could be said about Parker. She can say the shoulder is ok, but anyone watching could tell that she was way off her offensive game. Fortunatley Tuesday is another night, and the Stanford defense is not on par with LSU. Go Lady Vols.

By: Rocket99 on 12/31/69 at 7:00

First off, the way Fowles acted, she should have been thrown out of the game for her unsportsmanship and foul language. It's bad whe the kids watching the TV can tell you the bad language they saw come across her lips.Second, Parker may have said all was ok but anyone with sense could tell that she was not playing as usual. She tolerated pain of various levels throughout the entire game. Doesn't say a whole lot for a team that doesn't seem to perform up to par when just one player is handicapped. From my point of view, both teams were in that shape.

By: jsnap on 12/31/69 at 7:00

It was probaly the worst college game I ever watched and I know it was the roughest. I don't see why they need officials if anything goes.