Final Thoughts from Tennessee’s Loss to Florida

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    With the 1998 National Championship team back in town, Tennessee was hit with a dose of reality on Saturday night as they fell to Florida 47-21 in front of over 100,000 fans in Neyland Stadium.

    I went back and watched Jeremy Pruitt’s first SEC game as the Vols’ head coach, and while watching the game, I charted several different things on both offense and defense.

    It should be noted that these are numbers that I tallied. They’re likely different than the coach’s because, quite frankly, I don’t get to watch the coach’s film and we don’t know what each player’s responsibility is on each play. I also don’t have the luxury of watching the all-22 film like NFL writers are afforded for NFL games. These numbers are strictly mine and based off my judgement and opinion from the TV footage.

    Here is my analysis of what happened with the Vols on Saturday.



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    Ben McKee
    Ben McKee is a graduate from the University of Tennessee and has a degree in Journalism and Electronic Media. He grew up an Army brat and lived in Alabama for a bit, but he bleeds orange. He covers Tennessee football, basketball, baseball, and the Lady Vols for RTI, and he's also a co-host on the RTI Live Show and RTI Podcast. You can also hear Ben on the morning sports radio show "The Swain Event." He's the producer and co-host along with former Vol wide receiver Jayson Swain.