#38 Tennessee Volunteers: College Football 77 in 77

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Is there any team in the country that benefits more from a more doable schedule than the Tennessee Volunteers? Not that their SEC schedule is forgiving, but this year they get Miss St. and Mizzou instead of LSU and Alabama. That’s right, the toughest two teams in all of college football are replaced by one mediocre and one decent team.

Now if only the Vols can establish the run and augment their defense offense to complement the NFL arm and high attack passing game of QB Tyler Bray. They also have the best receivers in the SEC, so expect them to be fun to watch, to say the least.

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#40 Tennessee Volunteers: College Football 77 in 77


Have you ever heard the classic country tune “red necks, white socks and blue ribbon beer?” I wish it was about by hometown White Sox. Cuz when I’m at games I certainly see lots of red necks, who’s taste in beer is blue ribbon or below. But nonetheless Knoxville, TN is a town with lots of blue collar jobs and love for country music.

But the Tennessee Volunteers play “white collar football.”

I figured since everyone calls run-oriented teams “blue-collar” (yes, it is an annoying cliche) I would call pass-oriented teams “white collar.” And the Volunteers were last in the SEC in rushing, and 8th in conference against the run. However, 30th in the nation at over 250 ypg passing, that’s white collar enough for me.

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Tennessee Volunteers Super-Recruit Worley Named Prep Player of the Year


2010 Canadian Football League champion Montreal Alouettes (and legendary former Florida Gators) quarterback Chris Leak helped surprise Justin Worley of Rock Hill, S.C. with the 2010-11 Gatorade National Football Player of the Year award today.

Chris, who earned Gatorade North Carolina Football Player of the Year honors in 2002-03 & 2001-02, surprised Justin with this year’s award during his P.E. class at Northwestern High School.

Justin, a 6-foot-5, 195-pound senior quarterback, led the Trojans to a 15-0 record and the Class 4A-II state title. He committed to playing college football for the Tennessee Volunteers.

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