Alabama women's basketball made history Thursday night with a 86-65 dismantling of the Tennessee Lady Vols.

For the Crimson Tide, the 21-point victory is their largest against in series history and marks the first team in SEC history to beat Tennessee five times in a row.

During Friday's edition of The Gary Harris Show, head coach Kristy Curry reflected on her team's big win including Alabama's aggressive play.

"You can't be passive against those guys with their size and athleticism and how they defend, and I thought we were really aggressive. I thought 17 second half free throws, getting at the line that many times. We really tried to match the board intensity. Those are just numbers that show you're being aggressive." Curry said.

In her conversation with Gary Harris, Alabama's women's basketball head coach mentioned the impact of Jordan Lewis' injury, how junior Cierra Johnson stepped up her game at guard, the impact of Megan Abrams and Hannah Barber on the win and how the Crimson Tide can build on the win over the Lady Vols going forward.

Alabama returns to the Coleman Coliseum hardwood Sunday afternoon against LSU at 1 PM.

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