While Oklahoma and Rhode Island got the NCAA Tournament off to a roaring start by battling their way to overtime, no such drama took place in Dallas.

That’s because the No. 3-seed Tennessee Volunteers used a balanced offense and a stifling defense to cruise to a 73-47 win over the No. 14-seed Wright State Raiders.

Lamonte Turner led the way for the Vols with a huge game off the bench, scoring 19 points and dishing out a season-high eight assists against the overmatched Raiders. Admiral Schofield turned in a 15-point, 12-rebound double-double, while Grant Williams chipped in with 14 points and nine boards.

That’s not to say the Vols had a great offensive day, as they only made 45 percent of their shots from the floor and only five of their 18 three-point attempts.

The Vols will now await the winner of the Miami vs. Loyola-Illinois matchup that will take place Thursday afternoon.