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Lady Vols return to practice

Daedra Charles-Furlow walked into the arena a few minutes ahead of the coaches Sunday evening, and the Lady Vol players stopped their warmup exercises to make locomotive noises – a reference to "Night Train" – and hug the assistant coach. Charles-Furlow remains under a doctor's care but she was on the sidelines when the team returned from holiday break.

It was breezy inside Thompson-Boling Arena – the campus is basically empty for Christmas break – and Daedra Charles-Furlow, whose college nickname of "Night Train" has stuck with her, wore a stocking cap and scarf most of the evening while watching from the sidelines. Associate Head Coach Holly Warlick also stayed bundled up in sweats during the two-hour evening practice at the chilly arena. The... Recommended Stories

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