But Martin's not hitting any panic buttons or changing the game plan.
"I thought it was great for our guys to go against some of the best teams in the country,'' said Martin, whose Vols lost to top 10-ranked teams Duke and Memphis prior to Saturday's 61-56 defeat against No. 17 Pittsburgh (7-1) at Thompson-Boling Arena.
"In the first seven games, to play teams of this caliber, it's good for our guys because you have to learn how to move forward.''
Read the full story on the Knoxville News Sentinel: Martin focused on process, not record.