​Every college basketball team has its flaws, and the Tennessee Volunteers are no different.

​The Volunteers are currently in the midst of a successful season, the team is 11-4 and rattled off an impressive win over the Kentucky Wildcats last week.

With that being said, it is still difficult to imagine the Volunteers making a deep run in the tournament as the team has one fatal flaw.

They are 115th in the country at total rebounding.

​​It's hard to win basketball games when you're giving up second-chance opportunities and only getting one shot at the offensive end.

Three players on the team average more than five rebounds a game: Grant Williams at 6.8, Admiral Schofield at 5.9 and Kyle Alexander at 5.9 as well.

Rebounding is a mindset as much as it is a tactical battle, and some twitter users have called out ​head oach Rick Barnes as not inspiring enough energy on the defensive side of the ball.

The Volunteers need to fix their rebounding problem if they want to make a run in the tournament, and only time will tell if they do so.