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March 18, 2011


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Wonder what the results for Pearl would look like after todays pasting by Michigan.


Frankly, fan sentiment is irrelevant. The school tried to profit from Bruce Pearls malfeasance by tearing up his contract and trying to unilaterally impose a pay cut on a man who despite being a winner and a good recruiter probably has no chance of finding another job after this. Its highly likely the NCAA is going to show-cause Pearl, effectively forcing the school to fire him. Considering the school is also facing violations in football and baseball the AD is probably the next to go.As for Kevin Stallings, youve got to be kidding me. The man just lost his 4th consecutive first round game to a mid-major.Whoevers in charge of Tennessee Volunteer athletics after this should probably have Belmonts coach on speed dial.

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