1. I'm considering starting a podcast and/or braille printed edition of The Postgame Report. That way, the three imbeciles who officiated the West Virginia-Syracuse game today won't feel left out of the fun. If any of those three work another game this season in a major conference, it's an embarrassment to college basketball. 2. Holding any major conference opponent under 50 is an accomplishment. Tennessee was almost flawless on the stop end of the floor in the first half. 3. One of the negative byproducts of UT's inability to handle and pass the ball with any effectiveness was on display tonight. Tennessee's big men beat Auburn's posts down the floor all night. The perimeter players simply didn't have the confidence to hit the ball ahead. Of course, there's a good reason for that. 4. Towson's long basketball nightmare is over. Congratulations to Pat Skerry and his team on breaking the longest losing streak in D-I history. 5. Jeronne Maymon and Jarnell Stokes dominated the interior. The only negative is their continuing struggle to make the correct pass out of the double team to the perimeter. When they are passing to each other, post to post, they're fine. When they're trying to hit an open shooter, it's not very good. 6. The UT wakeboarding and paintball teams are national champions. I guess we can attribute that to hard work and the fact Mike Hamilton never had anything to dom with their programs. 7. Jordan McRae had the best stretch of play he's had in almost two months. Of course, he then threw the ball away 3 times in roughly 55 seconds. He just can't get it going with any consistency. 8. Skylar McBee was sound. Playing against a team that couldn't really attack his defensive deficiencies probably had something to do with that. 9. Just when I think UT can't surprise me with their wretched choice of halftime "entertainment", they leave me speechless. I'm not sure what an eight minute live infomercial for a pay to play preschool program has to do with college hoops. Simply awful. 10. The objective now should be to get out of Tuesday with some dignity, then win the next two and get back to .500. Sure, you play to win in Lexington. I'm just saying you have to be realistic.