Discussion in 'Vols Football' started by BigOrangeBeech, Sep 10, 2017.
Last 3 games:
#Vols Note, last 21 games, per UT: Alabama 20-1
Ohio State 17-4
The "per UT" sets it off well.
Undefeated on neutral sites. Undefeated against Kentucky, Mississippi State, and LSU. Undefeated at home against Bama in odd numbered years.
I think it's pretty clear that Vanderbilt and South Carolina would have beaten Ohio State last season. The numbers prove it.
Always watch the wagons that first begin to circle.
During last 21 games, 0-2 against USCjr and Vandy.
Does Mike leach have a higher iq than the combined butch/griff partnership?
Butch teaming with Griff is a perfect example of Butch's tenure here.
Attract the dumbest son of a [itch bay] around, then let him preach how good you are
This kind of cherry picking of data makes me so mad it is beyond my ability to see straight.
Butch is 2-2 against Vanderbilt and is 0-3 against Will Muschamp.
See how that works, Griff?
Beverly Davenport openly congratulated coach Jones and the team for moving up two spots in the AP poll.
That's what 17-4 over the last 21 has gotten us.
par for the course
Congrats @UTCoachJones and team! University of Tennessee jumps two spots on AP Top 25 poll
Over the same 21 game stretch we have become champions of life with 5 star hearts, replaced Smokey with a trash can as our mascot and choked away an SEC title game appearance and a Sugar Bowl appearance by getting mopped by Vandy.
Number of teams with winning records in the SEC defeated in that 21 game stretch? ONE.
Well Georgia and UK went 4-4 in conference last year, so that's an even record. But really, UK going 4-4 just means the East sucks.
Seriously, if Gary Pinkel doesn't get cancer, I wonder if Mizzou is breaking UF's record for most consecutive trips to the SECCG.
This is what an elite football program does over 21 games, apparently.
W Kentucky (5-7, 2-6)
W South Carolina (3-9, 1-7)
W North Texas (1-11, 1-7)
W Missouri (5-7, 1-7)
W Vanderbilt (4-8, 2-6)
W Northwestern (10-3, 6-2)
W Appalachian State (10-3, 7-1)
W Virginia Tech (10-4, 6-2)
W Ohio (8-6, 6-2)
W Florida (9-4, 6-2)
W Georgia (8-5, 4-4)
L Texas A&M (8-5, 4-4)
L Alabama (14-1, 8-0)
L South Carolina (6-7, 3-5)
W Tennessee Tech (5-6, 5-3)
W Kentucky (7-6, 4-4)
W Missouri (4-8, 2-6)
L Vanderbilt (6-7, 3-5)
W Nebraska (9-4, 6-3)
W Georgia Tech (1-1, 0-0) (9-4, 4-4 last year)
W Indiana State (0-2, 0-0) (4-7, 2-6 last year)
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