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'No time to go wobbly'

DAYTON, Ohio - A British prime minister's advice to a U.S. president two decades ago, though on a vastly different scale, may be apropos for the Tennessee coaching staff as it tries to balance a deep bench with the need to sometimes shorten the rotation and for the Lady Vol players as the majority of them try to get past the Sweet 16.

In the buildup to the 1990 Gulf War, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher told U.S. President George H.W. Bush it was "no time to go wobbly." No. 1 seed Tennessee, 33-2, squares off against No. 4 seed Ohio State, 24-9, at 12:04 p.m. Eastern on Saturday (ESPN, Lady Vols Radio Network) at the Dayton Arena. Senior Angie Bjorklund's legacy at Tennessee has been cemented. She earned a national... Recommended Stories

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