Not much has gone right for Tennessee football this season, but one glaring stat was revealed Tuesday by The Paul Finebaum Show that showed just how excruciating it’s been to watch the Vols.

Against Power 5 teams, the 3-2 Vols still haven’t played with a lead for one snap during regulation.

In total offense, Tennessee is ranked second-to-last in the SEC (333 yards per game), and the Vols are also 13th in scoring offense at 24.2 points per game.

The biggest news of Tuesday was that junior QB Quinten Dormady was reportedly ‘contemplating future’ with Tennessee. That came about the same time it was reported that Jarrett Guarantano would start for Tennessee on Saturday against South Carolina.

Dormady has started all five games for Tennessee this season, and thrown for 925 yards, six touchdowns and six interceptions. He leads the SEC in individual turnovers.

Guarantano has played in three games this season, and relieved Dormady against UMass and Georgia. Guarantano has thrown for 54 yards on 12-of-24 passing.