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Lady Vols basketball lost its final game of the regular season against South Carolina, 76-68.

Despite the scoring efforts from Rickea Jackson and Jasmine Powell, the Lady Vols (17-11, 10-6 SEC) were unable to overcome No. 1 South Carolina (29-0, 16-0).

“It’s a great basketball team we’ve played against,” Tennessee head coach Kellie Harper said. “They just don’t have a lot of deficiencies. They can guard. They can score. They can rebound. They got a lot of players that make plays. We knew it was a tough challenge. I thought we did some good things throughout the game.”

South Carolina won the battle on the glass by a significant margin. Throughout the game, Tennessee was unable to tighten up its rebounding against the Gamecocks.

“They’re a great rebounding team,” Harper said. “I think there were a few execution box-outs that we missed. We didn’t get as many O boards this time around.”

Going against a team like the Gamecocks, it is crucial to win the board game, but Tennessee failed to do so. South Carolina was more physical than Tennessee when it came to bringing down and fighting for offensive and defensive boards.

The Lady Vols had 41 rebounds to South Carolina’s 57. Jackson led Tennessee with eight rebounds, and Jewel Spear followed with seven.

“We had some missed executions,” Harper said. “We had some long rebounds we didn’t get to. We’ll go back and look at that. I think they’re so good on the boards. You’re not going to keep them to zero. That’s not going to happen. You’re probably not even going to keep them low, but you don’t want to have that disparity.”

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