Under normal circumstances, a road loss to Tennessee wouldn't have been a bad thing. According to OddsShark.com, Tennessee was actually favored by 1.5 points. However, Butler really made a mess of things in the second half. After jumping out to a 37-25 lead, the Bulldogs committed turnovers on five of six possessions and went nearly seven minutes without scoring a point. They proceeded to score just seven points in the final eight minutes of the game, letting a three-point lead turn into a 12-point loss. It was the type of loss that made voters question whether Butler's season-defining win over North Carolina in November was really just a statement about the weakness of the Tar Heels. Butler dropped from No. 15 to No. 23 but will get a chance to redeem itself on Saturday against in-state rival Indiana.