Nicklaus Gray Knoxville News Sentinel Published 11:28 PM EDT Mar 15, 2019 Deep inside the initial rules of basketball, somewhere in James Naismith’s stack of rules, it says that any dunk attempting a charge shall be met with a dunk. Or at least it should be. It certainly was the case in Tennessee’s SEC Tournament quarterfinal Friday vs. Mississippi State. Admiral Schofield orchestrated his own set of rules in dunking on Mississippi State forward Robert Woodard, who stepped to the fringe of the restricted area to attempt to take a charge. Instead, he got the dunk in his face and was called for the blocking foul. It was the climax of Tennessee’s game clinching 17-4 run midway through the second half. The Vols will face Kentucky on Saturday (3:30 p.m. ESPN). But before all that, let’s enjoy one more look at the dunk of the year in college basketball. Once Woodard stepped in for that charge attempt, he asked it for it. And Admiral Schofield gave it to him. Mercy.