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The Lady Vols used a potent and balanced offensive attack to keep their perfect record intact Saturday.
No. 11 Tennessee used a second-quarter surge to run past Oklahoma State, 80-55, in the South Point Thanksgiving Shootout at South Point Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Tennessee (6-0) had an 18-16 lead at the end of the first quarter before outscoring Oklahoma State (3-3), 26-9, in the second frame to open a 44-25 lead by halftime.
The Lady Vols had four players post double figures in the scoring column.
Jordan Horston led the way with 17 points. She also finished with nine assists and nine rebounds.
Tamari Key posted a double-double as she scored 12 points and recorded 11 rebounds, while Alexus Dye and Sara Puckett scored 11 points each. Dye also had eight rebounds in the contest.
Taylen Collins and Lauren Fields scored 12 points apiece for Oklahoma State.