Tennessee coach Rick Barnes knows why his No. 6 Volunteers were outscored by 35 points collectively in losses to Florida and No. 19 Missouri entering Tuesday's home game against Mississippi State in Knoxville, Tenn.
"We have turned the ball over 36 times, and you can't do that," he said of the Vols' last two games. "You really can't do it at home [against Missouri], and you have to give your opponent some credit for that. When people are pressuring you that hard, you've got to be able to drive the ball to get them off of you.
"We don't have enough guys right now that are willing to go make that kind of play. We've got guys with the ability to do it, but they're going to have to go and not predetermine when they're driving the ball and what they're going to do with it."