After monster games the past few weeks, Joshua Dobbs came crashing back down with a 16-of-27 throwing performance for 92 yards and an interception that turned into a pick-six. He also officially ended the game with -31 yards of rushing, though most of that was from the three sacks he took. Like many of the positions, it’s tough to evaluate him because he never had much of a chance against an Alabama defensive front that completely overwhelmed UT’s beat-up offensive line. But even when he had some rare chances to make plays, there wasn’t very much to like on Saturday. Quinten Dormady was 2-of-4 in relief with one nice 36-yard lob to Josh Malone.