- Saturday, February 6 1915 -
Kentucky - 22 (Head Coach: Alpha Brumage)
Tennessee - 27 (Head Coach: Zora Clevenger)
|C.A. "Lum" Reeder||3||9||20||15|
Halftime Score: Tennessee 15, Kentucky 10
|Prior Game|||||Next Game|
|Tennessee 21 - 35|||||Vanderbilt 34 - 39|
Game Writeup - Lexington Herald
KENTUCKY LOSES TO TENNESSEE 27 TO 22
Referee Who Acts Over the Protest of Wildcats, Puts Two Out of the Game
KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Feb. 6. -- With a substitute lineup after Captain Morgan, Tuttle and Server had been put out of the game, Kentucky State basketball team was defeated by University of Tennessee 27 to 22. The Wildcats used all of their subs, Kinne and Scott showing to the best advantage. By losing tonight's game Tennessee made a clean sweep of the series, the Volunteers winning last night 36 to 21.
Referee Susong of the Knoxville Y.M.C.A., who officiated over the objections and protest of the Kentucky coach and players, put Tuttle and Server out of the game in the middle of the second half, up to which time the Wildcats had held the lead. Tuttle and Server were put out because of four fouls. Captain Morgan was put out of the game early in the first half.
Game Writeup - Knoxville Journal
TENNESSEANS COP ANOTHER
Winning Second Game From Kentucky State Five
Game Was Hotly Played and Was Featured by the Work of Reeder
In a very hotly contested game, the University of Tennessee basketball team defeated the Kentucky State five Saturday by the score of twenty-five to twenty-two, making it two in a row from the Kentuckians.
The game was one of the closest played on the local floor in a long time, and the outcome was in doubt until the referee's whistle announced the close of the fray. Although the locals were five points ahead at the close of the first half, the visitors scored six points in the second period in rapid succession, and took the lead. The score at the close of the first half was fifteen to ten. After the first ten minutes of the second half was played, the score was eighteen to seventeen in favor of the Kentuckians.
A difficult goal by Reeder, whose work was the feature of the game, put the locals ahead once more, but Tuttle's goal again gave his team the advantage. Another goal by Reeder, who made sixteen of the twenty-seven points accredited to his team, put the Volunteers in the lead once more, and they were never headed again.
The game was fast and rough, and many fouls were called, sixteen having been called on the visitors, while the locals were charged up with thirteen. Reeder made ten goals from free throws, following called fouls,and shot three goals from the field.
For the visitors, the best work was done by Scott and Tuttle, guards, although Zerfoss, forward, also played an excellent game. The game was attended by a capacity crowd, and much enthusiam was manifested.