By now, you know what happened in the Tennessee-BYU game on Saturday evening. The Vols fell to 0-2 for the first time since 1988 by dropping a contest to the Cougars in double overtime.

Things are bleak right now in Knoxville, and former Florida coach (and current FOX analyst) Urban Meyer doesn’t understand why.

During the FS1 college football show on Saturday, he lamented the sad state of the once-proud program he used to coach against:

“They were heads and tails above the other teams in the SEC East (in 2005),” he said. “Philip Fulmer was their coach. They had NFL Draft picks all over the field. They recruited at a high, high level. … I’ve heard Tennessee’s not a great state for recruiting, but I’m not sure I believe that. Nashville has great high school football. Memphis has great high school football. So I’m not sure what’s going on. It’s been that way for a few years now. I’m just shocked. … You’re talking about one of the top 10 jobs in America.”

Meyer went on, again talking about high school football in Nashville:

“I just don’t want to hear that Tennessee doesn’t have good high school football. We recruited nationally and we recruited Nashville for years. Nashville’s done nothing but this (makes arm going up gesture). Everybody’s moving there.”

Can the Vols turn things around? The 2019 season looks like a lost cause, but we’ll see what happens in the future.