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While reading Jacob’s prediction post, I really thought he was going to pick us to beat Alabama. I’m glad he didn’t. Because while I, too, am optimistic about our young Vol squad, 10-2 is very lofty. If he had gone with 11-1, I would’ve called him crazier than John Henderson’s trainer. Here’s how I see this season playing out. Read the rest of this entry »


It was another hot Saturday at Neyland, but Kiff had the Vols hitting it hard today, and in more of a game-like situation. We saw a lot we want to talk about so we’re just going to do a positional breakdown. Let’s get to it: Read the rest of this entry »



Obviously, my excitement level over Tennessee football will drop, at least marginally, if Bryce Brown is ruled ineligible. I don’t have any insight into the situation or what punishment has or will be levied against him. From what I’m hearing via Hubbs and a few others, hopefully it will be a game or two and he could be back in time for Florida. That being said, I don’t think it can be overstated how important it will be for the freshman to see playing time early, and in situations where they can actually make a play (i.e. not some half-ass screen like they gave Eric Berry in the Vanderbilt game last season). However, regardless of how that situation turns out, it is imperative that our freshman see the field early, and often. Read the rest of this entry »