Tennessee kept attacking the glass and playing aggressive defense on No. 18 Purdue's shooters.
Once Grant Williams got going, the Volunteers had enough scoring punch, too.
Williams scored all 22 of his points after halftime and hit the go-ahead shot with 14.5 seconds left in overtime to lift Tennessee past No. 18 Purdue 78-75 in Wednesday's opening round of the Battle 4 Atlantis.
The Volunteers (3-0) trailed by 11 points in the first half, needed to make a late 3-pointer to force overtime and fell behind by five in the extra period before rallying for the win.
"I thought we really showed the toughness we've been looking for from them," Tennessee coach...