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Tennessee’s seniors now have the opportunity to avoid becoming the first four-year class in school history to miss the Final Four. They got it in large part because of the work of Simmons.

"Since it’s a one and done kind of thing, it just brings that energy inside me. Seems like I have that alter ego," Simmons said. "I want to go out there and prove a point that I’m better than what people thought of me. I want our seniors to go to the Final Four."

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