The only point of this hand that matters is the pre-flop decision. What happened after that is irrelevant to the analysis of this hand.
I'm making an assumption based on your comment of a push of 38k that blinds were 350/700? Hard to tell but that has a bearing on this.
Based on this, you had about 68BB and the villain had about 54BB. You're calling 54BB on TT in middle position when their range appears to be wide. You're in the money, with an average stack at your table. The bigger stacks -1 are behind you, which puts your last 10k less at risk, but ultimately you have to put the villain on a hand.
It's a massive overbet but consistent with how they were betting up to that point post-bubble so placing a value on their hand is tough. It would figure, but tough to say that they had JJ, QQ, KK, or AA. Two overcards you're flipping a coin, and anything else you're dominating. The likelihood that you're 50/50 or better is high enough to call this. I can't see how you don't.
Given that one player is behind you with a higher stack, I'd push it all in. So I'm curious what your thought process was that made you fold this.