In 2016 the Vols were one of the most explosive teams in the country: 79 plays of 20+ yards, 19th nationally. In 2017, the bottom fell out hardest here: only 38 plays of 20+ yards, 123rd nationally. Here too, progress was slow but accounted for last season: 52 plays of […]
With the month of May coming to a close and Tennessee sitting on 6 public commitments after the recent addition of JUCO DB Art Green, the Vols have a class that significantly favors quality over quantity at this point. With the top two JUCOs in the country (Green and DE […]
Magazines are hitting shelves – get ours here! – and with them an early round of bowl projections for Tennessee. The good news: I haven’t seen the Vols projected to come up empty in the postseason yet, nor have I seen Tennessee projected to spend December in Birmingham or Shreveport. […]
Despite signing two high-level Tight Ends in the 2019 class in Jackson Lowe and Sean Brown, there is still both a lack of depth as well as the kind size that Pruitt prefers on the current roster. Further, 2019 starter Dominick Wood-Anderson is heading into his last year of eligibility. […]
With four senior Wide Receivers at or near the top of Tennessee’s 2019 depth chart and little in the way of proven depth behind them, recruiting at the position for the 2020 class is of the utmost urgency. Looking out to 2020, the Vols currently project to have only seven […]
The good news: The projected starters along the Vols’ o-line this fall all weigh in at over 300 pounds. The bad news: Everybody else is bigger still.
Here are Tennessee’s stops in the red zone last season: Alabama went for it on fourth down up 58-21 with four minutes left South Carolina took a knee in the red zone at the end of the game Kentucky had a field goal blocked with the Vols up 24-7 with […]
With the addition of 7’1 Arizona State transfer Uros Plavsic to the roster, Tennessee currently has 13 scholarship players for the 2019-2020 season. However, with most assuming that PG Jordan Bone will choose to stay in the NBA Draft, that will leave one scholarship open. Given that the Vols will […]
No team in the country ran fewer plays than Tennessee last season. The Vols had 716 snaps in 12 games, 59.7 per contest. Maryland was next with 728 snaps. Tennessee also flirted with last place in this category in 2017 – 732 snaps, 125th nationally – but the offense did […]
Is being undersized part of the problem for Tennessee’s offensive line? Here are the numbers for the last two years and the projections for this fall.