To be frank, we expected this game to mean a little bit more than it did at this point. So far this fall, Tennessee has finished no lower than third at any of the three fairly competitive tournaments that it has entered.
However, that was not to be as Tennessee hung with Wisconsin for the first four points of the game before the Hodags began rolling off breaks that led to a 13-3 victory that didn’t see a single Tennessee score in the second half.
There isn’t a whole lot to report about this game apart from a general sloppiness. Even Wisconsin began to succumb to a style of play that Tennessee brought into the game. That meant a stagnant offense that looked deep far too often with far too little success.
It’s a shame that we won’t be seeing much more of Tennessee for the rest of this tournament. That being said, we still wouldn’t count them out when the spring rolls around.
Wisconsin is, well, Wisconsin.