1. Tough way to end what was a magical run at getting in the discussion for an NCAA Tournament bid. UT simply didn't make the plays necessary for victory in the overtime session. 2. Skylar McBee went down swinging. If UT had found a way to win, his game tying three would have been remembered as fondly as his knockout shot against Kansas. 3. Tennessee doesn't have much margin for error. They certainly won't win on many nights when Jordan McRae and Jarnell Stokes combine to make a single field goal. 4. Jeronne Maymon has had one of the great rebounding seasons in Tennessee history. He has consistently dominated the glass against bigger opponents. 5. Given the stakes involved, it's ridiculous that college basketball doesn't adhere to the NBA rule and allow video review of out of bounds calls in the final minute. No team should have an opportunity to make the NCAA field taken away by a blatantly awful call. 6. Ole Miss should be in the NCAA Tournament if they win tomorrow. They will have crafted a resume superior to that of many of the teams involved in the bottom of the bracket discussion. 7. Andy Kennedy deserves an immense amount of credit for keeping his team together after they were blown out at home by Vanderbilt. Instead of throwing in the towel, they've toughed it out and put themselves into position for an excellent finish. 8. Kara Lawson does an excellent job as an analyst. She doesn't try to dominate the broadcast and just gives the viewer her insight. 9. On the other hand, it's hard to fathom a pair of analysts being more unmitigatedly awful than Joe Dean and Barry Booker. It's as if they are having a secret competition to see who can make the most patently ridiculous comment. 10. Now, it's time to regroup and get ready for a home NIT game next week. This team and coaching staff have accomplished some really nice things this year. You don't want to see the season end on multiple down notes.