Discussion in 'Vols Football' started by lylsmorr, Aug 6, 2015.
Let's hear them.
UT wins 10 games
Beat Alabama in the regular season, lose to them in Atlanta
Butch Jones properly uses his time outs in a key game.
he used them pretty well at south carolina last year iirc
I'll take it.
He used them quite well against South Carolina in 2013. His timeout use against South Carolina in 2014 was unexceptional, although not necessarily bad. He used three timeouts on defense on the last drive, when South Carolina had under two minutes on the clock. That's about as easy as it gets (unless we're giving points for not wasting them prior).
Right now. Where do I sign?
I predict a lot of [itch bay]ing about our coaching staff.
Oh wait, that's not bold.
I think we'll post our highest win total since 2007. Not really bold either, I guess, but 8-9 wins seems most likely.
I would kill for that if it was the other way around.
Beat 2 of 3 - Bama/OU/UGA
Lose to UK
Norris is like Doc Holliday with the gif responses. I love it
10-2 regular season and a bowl win in Atlanta in the Peach Bowl.
Losses to Arkansas and Alabama. Beat Florida by 24.
McKenzie's lower body makes me not fear Arkansas and their running game as much
I think it's mostly where the game is on the schedule than who it's against.
Right after Florida and right before UGA? Those are much larger emphasis games than Arkansas.
Especially if a young team eviscerates Florida in their house... they're going to experience a letdown and Arkansas is a brutally physical team. I don't think they'll blow us out of the water but our sights should be on Florida and Georgia, not some once-a-decade SEC-W foe.
We're not going undefeated so losses will happen. Might as well be against a relatively pointless opponent in the long run.
I agree. I was more making a joke about how large his legs are.
The mountain of ass and legs is nothing to joke about.
That picture from practice yesterday where he's standing next to a D-end and looks about 3 times his size is just funny.
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