"I loved it so much I sprinted to the press room," Warlick joked with the media afterwards.
Rutgers coach C. Vivian Stringer, never one to mince words, apoogized to the media for wasting its time at the game because of her team's performance.
Stringer gave Tennessee the ultimate compliment by saying this team played in Pat Summitt's image and reminded her of the defensive effort of championship-caliber squads.
Harrison led the way on the scoreboard, too, with 18 points and 11 rebounds. Freshman Bashaara Graves, whose mother, grandmother and great-grandmother were among the 12,347 fans, also tallied a double-double with 11 points and 14 boards.
Meighan Simmons set the tone on defense from the get-go by hounding the ball and also added 15 points.
"Absolutely," Warlick said.