Rennia Davis, Rae Burrell and Jordan Horston helped make sure a last-minute addition to Tennessee's schedule didn't become a last-minute loss.
Davis scored 19 points and grabbed a career-high 15 rebounds, Burrell added 18 points, Horston had 13 points, six rebounds, six assists and three steals, and all three provided clutch plays late as the Lady Volunteers held on to upset 15th-ranked Indiana 66-58 on Thursday in Bloomington.
"Just so proud of our kids down the stretch," Lady Vols coach Kellie Harper said during her postgame news conference. "I know they were a little gassed, and they were tough going down the stretch and made plays when we had to make plays."
Tennessee announced the game at Indiana on Monday, a day after a game at No. 23 Texas was called off not long before its scheduled tipoff due to coronavirus contract tracing for the Longhorns.