Tennessee wants to continue hot offensive play against Vanderbilt on Saturday
Following a disappointing 24-21 loss to South Carolina on Oct. 29, the Tennessee Volunteers have been on a tear offensively.
The next week, the Vols scored 55 points against Tennessee Tech and followed that up with a 49-point performance against Kentucky.
After putting up 63 points on Missouri’s hapless defense on Saturday, redshirt junior OL Brett Kendrick told the Knoxville News Sentinel that he thinks the Vols can do even more offensively:
“Our mindset since the South Carolina game has been we are going to go out and score a 100,” Kendrick said Tuesday.
Kendrick added that the offense’s confidence is at an all-time high heading into Saturday’s game against Vanderbilt:
“We feel like right now every time we touch the ball we are going to score,” Kendrick said.
Tennessee aims to keep its Sugar Bowl hopes alive on Saturday night in Nashville. The Vols and Commodores will square off at 7:30 p.m. Eastern time. The game can be seen on the SEC Network.