The Vols (16-11, 6-6 SEC) have lost four of their past five games and Memorial Gym will be a tough place to stop the bleeding. The Commodores (20-6, 8-4) are 14-1 at home.
Tipoff is 9 p.m. Eastern on ESPN.
Other than Hopson and Harris, the rest of the team was 6-of-24 shooting against Georgia and no one had more than one basket.
"In order for us to fix what's ailing us, I need some step up,'' Pearl said.
"If we don't get more from each and every one of them,'' Pearl said, "these (unsatisfactory) games are going to continue, because Vanderbilt is better than Georgia.''
Another tell-tale sign of UT's offensive woes is that no one other than Hopson or Harris attempted a free throw against Georgia.
McBee and Bone concurred after Sunday's practice that it's difficult for the complementary scorers to strike the right balance.
"You have to find that fine line where he wants you to take those shots,'' McBee said, "but you also have to get the ball to your best players and let them do what they need to do.
"That's a tough thing.''
McBee had three 3-point baskets in an overtime loss to Alabama but has only one field goal in the four games since.
Bone was a surprising 5-of-6 from the field in a loss at Kentucky but has had more than two baskets in only one other game (he was 3-of-3 at Connecticut).
He knows his strong suit is defense and takes pride in avoiding turnovers. But he also realizes he can't be dead weight on offense.
"I can't be a robot out there,'' he said. "I can do a lot more on the offensive end to help. But the ball's not coming to me a lot.
"I do need to be more aggressive because I feel like I can take my man off the dribble and do more things.''
Tennessee's starting lineup has been hit-and-miss in providing scoring to help Hopson and Harris.
Cameron Tatum has scored in double figures in seven SEC games but has had either one or zero baskets in four others.
"We need more from Cam,'' Pearl said. "Part of that is Cam's responsibility and part of it is my responsibility.''
Point guard Melvin Goins has four double-figure SEC games, but six others where he had one or zero field goals. He was 1-of-7 against Georgia.
Center John Fields hasn't recorded a basket in the past four games as his minutes have declined. Brian Williams, who plays starter minutes in the post, saw a fairly productive run of games end against Georgia, when he had only one basket.
"Bottom line,'' said Pearl, "it's all of us.
"Scotty had a brilliant offensive game against Georgia but at the same time he's got to do better than an 0-for-5 start and he had some defensive missed assignments.
McBee agrees, saying, "I think we're best when everybody contributes.
"When a player like Scotty is on a roll you do have to give him the ball. But you've also got to pick your spots where other players have good looks.''