KNOXVILLE -- It's every offense's dream to score touchdowns on every possession.
The closer Tennessee's offense has moved toward doing that, the scarier it's been for the Volunteers, at least lately. UT has come up empty on just six drives inside an opponent's 20-yard line this season, but there's been an empty red-zone possession in each of the last four games. Three of those drives have ended on interceptions.
"I think you try to do minimal stuff, [but] we're probably trying to do too much down there," offensive coordinator Jim Chaney said after the Vols wrapped up practice inside Neyland Stadium on Wednesday morning. "When we get down there, we don't execute anything very well. I think red area, we're OK until we get down there, and it's just been a nightmare for us."
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