1. That was a fun crowd. It's interesting how different the atmosphere in the building was with a different crowd in the good seats. 2. The Savannah State fans were superb. They supported their team and had a great time doing it. That's the essence of college sports. 3. Jarnell Stokes was dominant when he chose to be. Unfortunately, he completely quit playing defense late. 4. Josh Richardson has moments where I see his game and think he could develop into a Julyan Stone type point guard. If that could happen over this offseason, it would solve a number of UT's current offensive problems. 5. It appeared that getting up by 17 with relative ease led to Tennessee becoming complacent. They did react positively when it became apparent the game might be in jeopardy. 6. You have to be ready when your number is called. Yemi Makanjuola did just that tonight. His knowledge of the game still limits what he can do, but the potential isn't difficult to identify. 7. Horace Broadnax is another example of a phenomenon that bothers me to no end. He has taken Savannah State from being one of the laughingstocks in college basketball to a conference title. Yet, you never hear his name mentioned for openings up the ladder. Guys like Buzz Peterson and Matt Doherty get a million chances to prove their incompetence. Coaches at HBCUs, working on shoestring budgets and succeeding, can't get a shot. Yeah, that's fairness. 8. Trae Golden is playing off the ball more and more. That tells me that Coach Martin has a different plan in mind for the point guard position next year. It'll be interesting to see what that turns out to be. 9. Skylar McBee made meaningful shots again tonight. One of his threes really seemed to blunt Savannah's momentum and effectively ice the game. 10. The purpose of tournament basketball is to advance to the next round. UT accomplished that in fits and starts tonight. The next one will be far, far more challenging.