Tennessee football’s John Campbell Jr and Charles Campbell each earned SEC weekly honors for their performances in the Vols’ 33-27 win over Kentucky on Saturday night.
John earned Co-SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week honors while Charles earned SEC Special Teams Player of the Week honors.
Tennessee’s starting kicker made all four of his field goal attempts and all three of his extra point attempts. Campbell hit from 34, 35, 44 and 49 yards against the Wildcats. The Jackson, Tennessee native’s 49-yard field goal was the longest of his Tennessee career.
“Charles did a great job tonight,” Tennessee coach Josh Heupel said postgame. “That was a huge part in the football game. I haven’t mentioned him. That’s not right. He did an unbelievable job. Long one, (he) got the ricochet. He was living right.”
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John Campbell Jr. is Tennessee starting left tackle and battled through injuries in the Vols’ win in Lexington. With Campbell anchoring the left side of the offensive line, Tennessee’s offense totaled 228 rushing yards and 254 passing yards against the Wildcats.
Campbell earned a 60.5 PFF grade for his performance in 55 snaps against Kentucky. The Miami transfer was the Vols’ seventh highest graded Tennessee offensive player and second highest graded offensive lineman behind Gerald Mincey.
Tennessee football returns to the field this week when it hosts UConn at Neyland Stadium for homecoming. Kickoff between the Vols and Huskies is at noon ET. The SEC Network is broadcasting the matchup.