Tennessee-Vanderbilt Report Card

Tennessee players, Chip Rhome, Malik Jackson, Shane Reveiz, Jake Storey and Nick Branum, left to right, celebrate with students after defeating Vanderbilt 27-21 in overtime at Neyland Stadium on Saturday. (ADAM BRIMER/NEWS SENTINEL)

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Tennessee players, Chip Rhome, Malik Jackson, Shane Reveiz, Jake Storey and Nick Branum, left to right, celebrate with students after defeating Vanderbilt 27-21 in overtime at Neyland Stadium on Saturday. (ADAM BRIMER/NEWS SENTINEL)

Game recap: Tennessee 27, Vanderbilt 21

Quarterbacks B-

Tyler Bray showed a little rust at times, including a few wild throws and a pair of interceptions that led to points for Vanderbilt. But the sophomore didn't seem to have any problems getting in sync with Da'Rick Rogers, with the two combining for two critical touchdowns.

Running backs B+

The aggressive version of Tauren Poole returned for the Vols, giving them a more consistent rushing attack even if there still weren't many big plays. The Pistol formation was a success, and Poole took advantage of the adjustment by rushing for 107 yards on 19 carries with a touchdown.

Wide receivers/Tight ends B

Rogers was clearly energized by having Bray throwing to him again, and he was a handful for Vanderbilt's solid secondary with 10 catches. The sophomore made a pair of athletic plays on his touchdown grabs and again went over the 100-yard mark — though no other wide receiver had more than one catch.

Offensive line B+

There was perhaps more push for the rushing game than the Vols have had this season, and Poole largely capitalized on it. Bray felt a little pressure from the Vanderbilt defense, but he was sacked only once in what might have been the best outing up front all year.

Defensive line B

Defensive tackles Maurice Couch and Malik Jackson both had good games, as the Vols largely bottled up Vanderbilt's two-headed monster rushing attack of quarterback Jordan Rodgers and running back Zac Stacy. The Vols brought down Rodgers only twice, but they provided plenty of pressure to force the quarterback into a number of poor decisions.

Linebackers B

Senior Austin Johnson went out the right way in his final home game, leading the Vols with nine tackles, a sack and his team-high fourth interception of the year. Freshmen Curt Maggitt and A.J. Johnson combined for 4.5 tackles for loss as the unit played a big part in limiting Vanderbilt's rushing attack to 2.5 yards per carry.

Secondary B

It wasn't a perfect effort by any means, as the Vols gave up a number of third-down conversions through the air and surrendered a handful of deep passes. But the unit, banged up from a number of injuries, stepped up big at the end, as Prentiss Waggner's interception sent the game into overtime and Eric Gordon's 90-yard interception return for a touchdown provided the dramatic finish.

Special teams D

The only thing that went right for this unit was that the Vols didn't surrender another SportsCenter highlight return for a touchdown. Matt Darr's punts were consistently short, Devrin Young wasn't able to do much of anything returning kicks and punts, and Michael Palardy's field-goal attempt in the fourth quarter, while a blessing in disguise, was embarrassingly low.

Coaching B

The quarterback couldn't take a snap, so the Vols installed the Pistol formation — it worked. Given a second chance after a blocked field goal to go for it on fourth-and-goal on the 2-yard line, Derek Dooley's roll of the dice paid off. After an two months in the league, he finally had a reason to smile.

Overall B+

The Vols had to work a little extra to finally get in the win column in the SEC, but that might have just made the celebration even sweeter. And unlike the other times they've celebrated a victory prematurely, this time they actually got to do it again with the result going their way.

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Doggideon writes:

Better to be lucky, than good

John_10065 writes:

Why has the kicking game become our perennial sore spot? I used to cringe on 3rd and long when we were on defense but now it is anytime there is a kick of any form.

Am I wrong in thinking that we haven't had a nerves of steel placekicker since Hall? (given he never had a strong leg but he was nearly automatic from 40 yards in)

Do we have to go get a phonebook and find another Colquitt?

Muffed balls, kick off out of bounds, less than 30 yard punts, poor coverage etc. It just keeps happening. We've improved recently in some areas but I almost think we need an open tryout like the 1976 Eagles just for a punter and a place kicker.

DannyVol writes:

I swear I could roll my old bones out of bed in the morning, put on a pair of Levi's, not stretch or warm up, and punt a football further than both of our kickers. And that's not saying much.

Cobb_Webb_Attack writes:

Kicking might be the most cerebral position in football: less about talent than mental conditioning. Palardy and Darr have been awful; why not give Brodus a more significant look?

RemembertheAlamo writes:

in response to John_10065:

Why has the kicking game become our perennial sore spot? I used to cringe on 3rd and long when we were on defense but now it is anytime there is a kick of any form.

Am I wrong in thinking that we haven't had a nerves of steel placekicker since Hall? (given he never had a strong leg but he was nearly automatic from 40 yards in)

Do we have to go get a phonebook and find another Colquitt?

Muffed balls, kick off out of bounds, less than 30 yard punts, poor coverage etc. It just keeps happening. We've improved recently in some areas but I almost think we need an open tryout like the 1976 Eagles just for a punter and a place kicker.

We have a place kicker, is he still sleeping on the couch?

RashaadSalabeb writes:

We won the game! Enjoy it!

Go Big Orange!

shocker writes:

Dooley gets a B for coaching? I thought the coaching was no better than a D. How does he explain the last 20 seconds of regulation when they get the ball back, complete a 7 yard pass, BURNS 10 seconds off the clock, THEN calls timeout with 2 seconds left, only to kneel to end regulation? His coaching ability has been questionable and head scratching for 2 seasons now. This has nothing to do with inexperienced players,injuries, or lack of a depth chart. This guy just has no clue on how to coach or manage a game!!!!

SummerfieldVol writes:

Where is another George Cafego when we need one. When we had Cafego as a kicking coach, we had the best punter and kicker in the country. We need a good kicking coach. A good kicker ( Field Goals and PAT) can win alot of ballgames.

FWBVol writes:

in response to Euro_Vol:

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We didn't have too much trouble with it because we held them to less than 100 yards rushing for the game.

bobmcreynolds#663132 writes:

Really? Beating Vanderbilt in overtime is a cornerstone win for Dooley? Has Tennessee football really fallen that far that the faithful get excited by barely beating the Commodores in overtime at home? My, oh my, it will be a long time before Tennessee athletics is relevant again. Thanks again, Mike Hamilton, for ruining every major UT sport and you managed to do it in less than 7 years.

HallowedHill writes:

in response to shocker:

Dooley gets a B for coaching? I thought the coaching was no better than a D. How does he explain the last 20 seconds of regulation when they get the ball back, complete a 7 yard pass, BURNS 10 seconds off the clock, THEN calls timeout with 2 seconds left, only to kneel to end regulation? His coaching ability has been questionable and head scratching for 2 seasons now. This has nothing to do with inexperienced players,injuries, or lack of a depth chart. This guy just has no clue on how to coach or manage a game!!!!

Lighten up, Francis.

djgovols writes:

HallowedHill writes:
in response to shocker:

Dooley gets a B for coaching? I thought the coaching was no better than a D. How does he explain the last 20 seconds of regulation when they get the ball back, complete a 7 yard pass, BURNS 10 seconds off the clock, THEN calls timeout with 2 seconds left, only to kneel to end regulation? His coaching ability has been questionable and head scratching for 2 seasons now. This has nothing to do with inexperienced players,injuries, or lack of a depth chart. This guy just has no clue on how to coach or manage a game!!!!

Lighten up, Francis.

Two thumbs Up !!! I sometimes wonder why someone even claims to be a fan, Oh wait they aren't !

HallowedHill writes:

in response to bobmcreynolds#663132:

Really? Beating Vanderbilt in overtime is a cornerstone win for Dooley? Has Tennessee football really fallen that far that the faithful get excited by barely beating the Commodores in overtime at home? My, oh my, it will be a long time before Tennessee athletics is relevant again. Thanks again, Mike Hamilton, for ruining every major UT sport and you managed to do it in less than 7 years.

If you can't cut Dooley some slack for inheriting a mess, because people were too gutless to transition Fulmer out in a classy way, and you can't cut Dooley any slack for having the youngest team in Division 1, or having the most difficult schedule any team has played in years (5 top 15 opponents including playing the #1, #2 and #3 teams in the country), then I doubt you are a real UT fan anyway. You sound like some whining fanboy that bounces from team to team based.
I suggest you turn in your fan card and move on.

volaholic45 writes:

in response to bobmcreynolds#663132:

Really? Beating Vanderbilt in overtime is a cornerstone win for Dooley? Has Tennessee football really fallen that far that the faithful get excited by barely beating the Commodores in overtime at home? My, oh my, it will be a long time before Tennessee athletics is relevant again. Thanks again, Mike Hamilton, for ruining every major UT sport and you managed to do it in less than 7 years.

Gotta crawl before you can walk, bob. And the answer is yes - it was an exciting and good win over an exceptionally strong Peabody team by a very down Tennessee team. You planning on staying depressed until we're 3-0 against the top 3 teams in this week's BCS?

BigOrange_supporter writes:

in response to bobmcreynolds#663132:

Really? Beating Vanderbilt in overtime is a cornerstone win for Dooley? Has Tennessee football really fallen that far that the faithful get excited by barely beating the Commodores in overtime at home? My, oh my, it will be a long time before Tennessee athletics is relevant again. Thanks again, Mike Hamilton, for ruining every major UT sport and you managed to do it in less than 7 years.

I must have missed it, where does it say cornerstone win, important win, absolutley, but not cornerstone. A win is a win. GBO

CRFVols writes:

in response to John_10065:

Why has the kicking game become our perennial sore spot? I used to cringe on 3rd and long when we were on defense but now it is anytime there is a kick of any form.

Am I wrong in thinking that we haven't had a nerves of steel placekicker since Hall? (given he never had a strong leg but he was nearly automatic from 40 yards in)

Do we have to go get a phonebook and find another Colquitt?

Muffed balls, kick off out of bounds, less than 30 yard punts, poor coverage etc. It just keeps happening. We've improved recently in some areas but I almost think we need an open tryout like the 1976 Eagles just for a punter and a place kicker.

I've been saying this same thing, and I think the special teams coach needs to be evaluated....and then most likely replaced. For 2 seasons we've had issues in all aspects of special teams.......time to get it fixed whatever it takes.

volinlm writes:

in response to shocker:

Dooley gets a B for coaching? I thought the coaching was no better than a D. How does he explain the last 20 seconds of regulation when they get the ball back, complete a 7 yard pass, BURNS 10 seconds off the clock, THEN calls timeout with 2 seconds left, only to kneel to end regulation? His coaching ability has been questionable and head scratching for 2 seasons now. This has nothing to do with inexperienced players,injuries, or lack of a depth chart. This guy just has no clue on how to coach or manage a game!!!!

Well, let's see. The Vols are on their own 35 yard line. If 10 seconds were left, you have a QB who can't reach the end zone from there. A deep out takes time..7-8 sec. UT gets the 2nd half kickoff. Why risk the possibility of a qb sack and fumble, an interception return. No need to take the risk. UT ended the half on a high note with the interception. The Vols took one shot at getting across the 50. It didn't work. It was a sound coaching decision. Fortunately, you weren't coaching tonight.

KFDLaw writes:

in response to DannyVol:

I swear I could roll my old bones out of bed in the morning, put on a pair of Levi's, not stretch or warm up, and punt a football further than both of our kickers. And that's not saying much.

I don't understand why either one of these kickers were given a scholarship.

GainesvilleVol1 writes:

Once again I saw a bunch of kids playing hard, making some mistakes, but never giving up. It shows what just what a difference one leader (Bray) can make by being on the field. Who knows what might (I know where mites live) have happened without all the injurys this year.

Let's let Dooley rebuild this program the right way, no NCAA investigations, no "HO" tess scandels, no bragging or sabre rattling just to get in the news. BTW, hat's off to USC for beating Oregon at home last night. Kiffin just may be a talented coach.

Anyway, I will enjoy the win, and look foward to the last game of regular season. Folks it will be gone in the blink of an eye, and as frustating as it has been, we will miss it when it's gone.

GO VOLS!!

Prostar writes:

Two interceptions helped Vandy to 14 pts. We got some help from Vandy though and made the most of it. We hurt ourselves but we came back to get the win. Our kicking game is horrible. It was bad with Daniel Lincoln and it's bad with Parlady/Darr. Perhaps our commit from K-town will be an improvement. If not, Baylor school in Chattanooga has a kid who can boom 'em. Someone earlier said "open tryouts", not a bad idea.

shocker writes:

in response to volinlm:

Well, let's see. The Vols are on their own 35 yard line. If 10 seconds were left, you have a QB who can't reach the end zone from there. A deep out takes time..7-8 sec. UT gets the 2nd half kickoff. Why risk the possibility of a qb sack and fumble, an interception return. No need to take the risk. UT ended the half on a high note with the interception. The Vols took one shot at getting across the 50. It didn't work. It was a sound coaching decision. Fortunately, you weren't coaching tonight.

FORTUNATELY, you weren't coaching either!!! I SAID end of regulation....NOT halftime, Tool.

BustaRhymes writes:

They should give the Vandy FG kicker an A and the officials an A+. The only bad news is that this win will doom us to another season of DD ball...

tree_em_smokey writes:

in response to GainesvilleVol1:

Once again I saw a bunch of kids playing hard, making some mistakes, but never giving up. It shows what just what a difference one leader (Bray) can make by being on the field. Who knows what might (I know where mites live) have happened without all the injurys this year.

Let's let Dooley rebuild this program the right way, no NCAA investigations, no "HO" tess scandels, no bragging or sabre rattling just to get in the news. BTW, hat's off to USC for beating Oregon at home last night. Kiffin just may be a talented coach.

Anyway, I will enjoy the win, and look foward to the last game of regular season. Folks it will be gone in the blink of an eye, and as frustating as it has been, we will miss it when it's gone.

GO VOLS!!

Well stated Gain!

tennvol writes:

in response to BustaRhymes:

They should give the Vandy FG kicker an A and the officials an A+. The only bad news is that this win will doom us to another season of DD ball...

Isn't it about time for your shift at McDonald's?

Vol_in_Mich writes:

Forgot one catagory: LUCK - A+
Vol fans are starting to sound like Detroit Lions fans were, thinking a .500 season is great. Oh well! Maybe we can luck up against Kentucky & go to another podunk bowl. Could be worse, we could be in the SEC WEST, now there are some real teams there. Remember when the Vols were like that?
At least the guys didn't quit at halftime, that is an improvement.

volnvette03 writes:

in response to bobmcreynolds#663132:

Really? Beating Vanderbilt in overtime is a cornerstone win for Dooley? Has Tennessee football really fallen that far that the faithful get excited by barely beating the Commodores in overtime at home? My, oh my, it will be a long time before Tennessee athletics is relevant again. Thanks again, Mike Hamilton, for ruining every major UT sport and you managed to do it in less than 7 years.

Obviously you do not remember the '95, '96, and 97 Manning games against Vandy? We struggled only to win by maybe a TD?

movol77 writes:

in response to shocker:

Dooley gets a B for coaching? I thought the coaching was no better than a D. How does he explain the last 20 seconds of regulation when they get the ball back, complete a 7 yard pass, BURNS 10 seconds off the clock, THEN calls timeout with 2 seconds left, only to kneel to end regulation? His coaching ability has been questionable and head scratching for 2 seasons now. This has nothing to do with inexperienced players,injuries, or lack of a depth chart. This guy just has no clue on how to coach or manage a game!!!!

Good grief. Here is your answer.

The play sent in was to be a screen pass right. Bray then called for a play "that does not exist." Just maybe the coach was thinking about sandlot causing a pic 6 to lose a game. He called the time out to regroup and play for the win in OT.

licknpromise777#651578 writes:

Nice to wake up sunday with a win instead of a embarrassment on national TV!!May do wonders for team moral;sure made me happy..Brays pick 6 at the goal line should have never happened...1st and goal at the 6 and Chaney calls for a pass on first down against one of the better secondarys in the SEC??unbelievably stupid play call that ended in a 14 point swing and totally changed momentum..I lost count how many times Chaney ran Poole up the middle on first down for no gain setting us up for eventual 3rd and 5 plays all night..I hate to be negative after a long needed win but I shudder at the thought of Chaney as OC next year with the return of what should be solid offensive talent..I watched much of the USC game last night and when Kiffin's play calling and offense makes us look like Idaho Tech;it's time to make a change!!!

GetSimmsandTeagueout writes:

Can anyone explain to me why Gordon does not start at corner? How many times do these other clowns have to get beat like Jr. High kids on straight deep passes?

GetSimmsandTeagueout writes:

in response to bobmcreynolds#663132:

Really? Beating Vanderbilt in overtime is a cornerstone win for Dooley? Has Tennessee football really fallen that far that the faithful get excited by barely beating the Commodores in overtime at home? My, oh my, it will be a long time before Tennessee athletics is relevant again. Thanks again, Mike Hamilton, for ruining every major UT sport and you managed to do it in less than 7 years.

TN rarely shows up for Vandy while it is always their game of the century. It usually is a close game no matter how much better TN is.

jschariter#367312 writes:

in response to volinlm:

Well, let's see. The Vols are on their own 35 yard line. If 10 seconds were left, you have a QB who can't reach the end zone from there. A deep out takes time..7-8 sec. UT gets the 2nd half kickoff. Why risk the possibility of a qb sack and fumble, an interception return. No need to take the risk. UT ended the half on a high note with the interception. The Vols took one shot at getting across the 50. It didn't work. It was a sound coaching decision. Fortunately, you weren't coaching tonight.

Sorry it was the strategy. If you are going to run out the clock, why pass the ball the play before, then call time out only to take a knee. It was clearly indecision on behalf of the head coach.

sportsdoc2016 writes:

Clearly DD had no clue at the end of regulation. He let 10 seconds lapse then calls timeout with 2 seconds left to strategize to take a knee??

Why not just let the clock run out then? It's gutless not to take a shot to win the game. A deep ball even if picked won't be a pick six & you might get lucky with a penalty & another play. That's a loser attitude to not even try. Weak.

okievol1 writes:

Not sure about the B on coaching. Why did we ever go with the wildcat formation. The Pistol formation was working. Some poor choices made on third down (especially the one in the fourth quarter where Bray tries to throw the over the shoulder pass to Neal). Why all we needed was one yard. Run the pistol with Poole..it was working all night. I liked the gamble on fourth down and goal at the 2 call but really what else could you do. Not sure if its Channey or Dooley.

RichmondKyVol writes:

in response to SummerfieldVol:

Where is another George Cafego when we need one. When we had Cafego as a kicking coach, we had the best punter and kicker in the country. We need a good kicking coach. A good kicker ( Field Goals and PAT) can win alot of ballgames.

They've stopped making 'em like "the old war horse," as Knoxville Journal columnist and former sports editor Tom Anderson used to call Coach Cafego.

Voluvr writes:

Guys, I'm as giddy about this win vs. Vandy as any game I can remember and it's because of the Vandy fans in Middle Tennessee and talk radio here. We listened to every scenario of how we were going to lose and can we recover to beat Ky. NO ONE thought we would win, except me and other VFL fans.

Due to the blatant bias in the media a friend started "OCCUPY ORANGE RADIO" on facebook as a protest site.

GBO.

volfaninusaf writes:

One grade higher than our loss to Arkansas. Haha.

GetSimmsandTeagueout writes:

Coaching F. Give this game to the players.

SandySpringsVol writes:

in response to sportsdoc2016:

Clearly DD had no clue at the end of regulation. He let 10 seconds lapse then calls timeout with 2 seconds left to strategize to take a knee??

Why not just let the clock run out then? It's gutless not to take a shot to win the game. A deep ball even if picked won't be a pick six & you might get lucky with a penalty & another play. That's a loser attitude to not even try. Weak.

The next time you're coaching an SEC team as the clock winds down, be sure to give that a try, OK? And I'll give you my phone number so you can have one of your assistants give me a call so I can watch your coaching genius at work.

volfan1971 writes:

in response to GainesvilleVol1:

Once again I saw a bunch of kids playing hard, making some mistakes, but never giving up. It shows what just what a difference one leader (Bray) can make by being on the field. Who knows what might (I know where mites live) have happened without all the injurys this year.

Let's let Dooley rebuild this program the right way, no NCAA investigations, no "HO" tess scandels, no bragging or sabre rattling just to get in the news. BTW, hat's off to USC for beating Oregon at home last night. Kiffin just may be a talented coach.

Anyway, I will enjoy the win, and look foward to the last game of regular season. Folks it will be gone in the blink of an eye, and as frustating as it has been, we will miss it when it's gone.

GO VOLS!!

Thank you! Well Said! Bray should play a little better next week as well. thot he did well considering the absence.

cookieedwards#357400 writes:

in response to GetSimmsandTeagueout:

Can anyone explain to me why Gordon does not start at corner? How many times do these other clowns have to get beat like Jr. High kids on straight deep passes?

Great Question!Gordon needs to be on field.I think secondary has talent not sure about coaching there.Teague was productive in slot early in freshman year.

orangebloodgmc writes:

in response to Cobb_Webb_Attack:

Kicking might be the most cerebral position in football: less about talent than mental conditioning. Palardy and Darr have been awful; why not give Brodus a more significant look?

Yes, was wondering this same thing.

bikervol writes:

in response to CantCompare:

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Well, with this team an int could just very possibly a td for vandy! (see sportscenter play Tn vs Ark viewed over 1 million times and 100 yd td vs vandy)so instead of worrying about it take the "w" I will and I must say that I felt like this could be vandys best chance in years-got to give this team credit-they finally found a way! maybe they can turn a corner now-hopefully, anyway.

asleep#212036 writes:

in response to shocker:

Dooley gets a B for coaching? I thought the coaching was no better than a D. How does he explain the last 20 seconds of regulation when they get the ball back, complete a 7 yard pass, BURNS 10 seconds off the clock, THEN calls timeout with 2 seconds left, only to kneel to end regulation? His coaching ability has been questionable and head scratching for 2 seasons now. This has nothing to do with inexperienced players,injuries, or lack of a depth chart. This guy just has no clue on how to coach or manage a game!!!!

If you think lack of an SEC-level depth chart and mid-pack SEC talent makes no difference in how you coach, you don't get the problem. All the guys who turned the job down certainly understood that issue and declined to take on the challenge. I'm guessing Dooley asked Bray if he could throw the ball to or near the end zone from the 40 and Bray said "no". Fine, we take a knee and go to OT. I only questioned the FG attempt with 6:30 left and down seven - I don't know what his train of thought was on that one. He got lucky and it worked out but I think it was a mistake. However, my next coaching job would be my first and I've made mistakes in my job under pressure too and I'm glad I wasn't raked over the coals by folks who aren't qualified to do my job - like, for instance, all of us posting on this site. Patience my friend, life's too short. This will work out in two years one way or another. Even if Hart and company could change the situation now, which they can't (nor should they), it would only get worse - a fourth coach in 5 years? Nah, let it go and enjoy the ride. After the 2013 season we will either be back to competing for the East (if not the SEC) or we will have a new coach. Simple enough. Go Vols!!!

vol98champ writes:

I keep hearing from the "experts" that we have a very weak defense and a future very good offense. If that is true the defensive coaches get an A for the season so far. In some games our only chance to score has been when the other team has the ball. A healthy Bray and Hunter plus some muscle in the O line bodes well for the future, but a JJ clone who can stay out of trouble would work wonders for the D.

CroKev writes:

in response to shocker:

Dooley gets a B for coaching? I thought the coaching was no better than a D. How does he explain the last 20 seconds of regulation when they get the ball back, complete a 7 yard pass, BURNS 10 seconds off the clock, THEN calls timeout with 2 seconds left, only to kneel to end regulation? His coaching ability has been questionable and head scratching for 2 seasons now. This has nothing to do with inexperienced players,injuries, or lack of a depth chart. This guy just has no clue on how to coach or manage a game!!!!

Did you see the Bama coaching effort in overtime with LSU? The Tide should fire Saban and crew...

geraldodell#1377039 writes:

You know George Cafego is turning over in his grave with the pitiful kicking game we have exhibited with Palardy and Darr. Dooley needs to rid the team of such mediocrity and bring back the walk on from the fraternity to handle all kicking chores and get a walk on punter who can get hang time with short distance punts. We definitely need someone who can kick the ball deeper on kickoffs and not kick them out of bounds. Palardy is a joke and isnt getting any better. It definitely is time for a change.

volfanlostnbama writes:

Go hire Wilhoit...got his own Kicking school now! Maybe he can teach'em a thing or two to coach'em up. http://www.jameswilhoitkickingcoach.c...

LaneBrains writes:

Can you imagine the coaching grade for beating Oregon on national tv in primetime?

I'd say that's a coaching job worth an "A"!

Good game CDD. CLK, Monte and Ed!

arkyvol writes:

where can i find last week's report card?

volfanlostnbama writes:

in response to volfanlostnbama:

Go hire Wilhoit...got his own Kicking school now! Maybe he can teach'em a thing or two to coach'em up. http://www.jameswilhoitkickingcoach.c...

Wilhoit is TN's 3rd leading scoring all time

http://www.jameswilhoitkickingcoach.c...

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