What Seed Did Tennessee Get In The 2014 NCAA Tournament?
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Where: They will open play against Iowa in the first round in Dayton. Winner gets UMass in Raleigh on Friday.
Why: Tennessee finished with an 11-7 record in the SEC, good enough for fourth place during the regular season. The Vols scored notable victories over Xavier, Virginia and Georgia.
Ceiling: Tennessee was a bubble team virtually all season, and appears to have just done enough to secure a bid into the NCAAs. The Vols have won five of their last six games, and narrowly lost to Florida in the SEC semi-finals. While not elite, Jordan McRae & Co. could be a difficult matchup for teams with rebounding issues.