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NIL no doubt in play here. Tennessee has a proven offense with a proven QB.
Looking at the 2022 Schedule, I see 8 wins is very doable. We should go 4-0 in non conference. I do think the Pitt game will be tough, but we should be a slight favorite going into that one. I can see 4 wins in the SEC. Wins against Mizzou and Vandy are the most given, then I think we get 2 out of 3 against LSU, UK, and UF. A magical season would be 10 wins, and I wouldn't discount that. The Offense will be Elite next year.
Just looked at the 2022 Auburn Schedule. I have a hard time seeing more than 7 wins. To me it looks to be another 6-7 year. I think Barn goes 3-1 in non conference, the Penn St game could be a win. I have a hard time seeing more than 2 maybe 3 wins in the SEC. Mizzou I think is the only lock game, the other potential wins are the Mississippi teams and both those games are on the road. 6 to 7 wins at this moment for me, until a good QB arrives...
Happy to see the Vols with a great ranking to start the season. Coach Vitello is really doing an amazing job.
I think the AU Administration did a disservice by making it the smallest Gym in the SEC. It's one thing for it to be a small Gym because it was built in the 1940's like Cameron was. Auburn's gym is fairly new isn't it? Within the last 10 years anyways...
Yeah Fulky did have 10 points against SC the game right after he called him out. The team right now really doesn't have an identity. JJJ who was a 5 star coming out of High School is just not aggressive enough on the Offensive Side of the ball, Chandler looks great at times, but I think he still needs another year, Fulky disappears and the same with NKamhoua. Only player that is consistent is Vescovi.
The SEC Scheduling has not been kind to UT. Not sure that any team in the SEC could start the first 3 weekends on the Road against Bama, LSU, and UK and have a winning record..
The Tennessee offense next year will be Elite. With Hooker and Tillman coming back we will not have any trouble scoring. The question is can the D play just good enough for the offense?
It figures we’d need to explain basketball to a UGa fan…
I don't disagree with your take on UK finishing 2nd in the East. What I do know is UT has UK, Mizzou, UF, and Bama in Knoxville on the SEC Schedule. The away games being UGA, LSU, SC, and Vandy. I think 5 to 6 SEC wins is doable (UK, Mizzou, UF, SC,and Vandy), with a toss up game at LSU. I also very well think UK is a toss up as well. Does 5-3 get 2nd in the East? It did in 2021...
Fuzzy is saying 3 since the end of the year which is a remarkable number considering the mass exodus we had to before the start of 2021. We did have a few transfer during the season, the most notable was RB Tiyon Evans. Really, though I can think of only a handful that left, and they really weren't significant, other than Evans.
Very sad to see GA Fans already trolling UT articles after winning a Natty. Congrats to UGA, I see you all are still staying classy as ever...
Again, he is false by saying he would have to add Alabama and Florida during that time span.
No you wouldn’t. From 98 till 2003 Tennessee was the only SEC team to win in that span…
Huge get. Welcome to Rocky Top! Go Big Orange!!
Isn't a Rivalry defined as a back and forth series where each team wins every other time or year? Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't believe UGA has beaten Bama in 20 years. How can this be considered a rivalry?
I can honestly say 2 games this year, (Ole Miss game and Purdue game) rank up their with the craziest no doubt.
No surprise here. Tennessee has one of the largest fan bases in college football. Also it was a great game with a VERY controversial finish...
If any School really wanted to leave the SEC, the SEC would essentially be powerless to enforce such a bylaw. I guess the SEC could take the said School to court to settle, but I’d highly doubt they would go to the trouble. It’s like getting blood from a turnip…
It’s not only Football, but what about basketball?? I think all the SEC teams would chip in to remove UGA from the basketball portion of the league!
I agree. I think he needs another year. Maybe he is concerned with getting injured again, but the NFL will take note of that as well. I will say, Trey Smith was a late 3rd day draft pick this year and was the steal of the draft now starting Guard for the Kansas City Chief's. Maybe, Cade thinks he can do the same...
This loss certainly brings many Vol Fan's back to reality. All week the Knoxville Media was predicting a slam dunk win from the Vols with key players out for Purdue. I give Purdue a ton of credit, they played just enough better than us to win. I mean they did beat some really good teams in Michigan St and Iowa this year. Michigan St beat a good Pitt team last night, and it wouldn't surprise me that Iowa beats UK. UT beat UK and lost to Pitt this year, so the matchup with Purdue was more even than many thought. Funny enough this Purdue game reminded me a lot of both the UK and Pitt games we played this year. I am still very bullish on this Tennessee team for next year.
Heupel will certainly live and die on the hill going for it on 4th down. Thought we got too aggressive at times, and honestly a lot of that is Heupel has confidence in his team to convert those downs. However there was a few times he should have swallowed his pride and kicked.
I just have a hard time believing UGa doesn’t win this game. I can’t see the Bama game exposing such a great team. I do feel uneasy about Bennett, BUT I’m not so sure JT would be any better. Good Luck Dawgs.
From all I'm hearing at the Bowl practices, this UT Team is ready to play! Go Big Orange!!!!