Tennessee (2-1) will head to Athens this weekend for its annual SEC East matchup against No. 12 Georgia (2-1).

The Vols are coming off a bye week that followed a 34-10 loss to Oklahoma and two blowout wins to open the season. Georgia saw a 66-0 win over Troy to bounce back from a heartbreaking 38-35 loss to South Carolina in Week 3.

Tennessee brings a talented roster that includes several key players lacking experience. The Vols saw 21 freshman play in their season debut and have continued to be a major part of their rotation in 2014.

Coming off a bye week, the Volunteers take a young squad between the hedges to face a big SEC test against the Georgia Bulldogs. How does the team look and what are their chances for victory?