The Tennessee Volunteers have found themselves in several shootouts this season.

A large reason they’ve been able to stay competitive in those games is the right arm of QB Joshua Dobbs, who has been racking up touchdown passes of 20 or more yards.

In fact, Dobbs leads the SEC with 10 touchdown passes of 20 yards or more. No. 1 Alabama, on the other hand, has gotten just two from freshman QB Jalen Hurts:

The wild win against Georgia and impressive comeback against Florida helped Dobbs boost those stats, but he’s still been solid with the deep ball in other games in 2016.

The Vols will need him to make big plays this weekend against Kentucky in order to stay in the SEC East title race.

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