First quarter: Tennessee 14, Kentucky 7

The Pride of the Southland Marching Band forms the power T before a football game at Neyland Stadium in 2011.  (ADAM BRIMER/NEWS SENTINEL)

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The Pride of the Southland Marching Band forms the power T before a football game at Neyland Stadium in 2011. (ADAM BRIMER/NEWS SENTINEL)

Tennessee leads 14-7 after one quarter. Tyler Bray passed 21 yards to Zach Rogers on the game's first possession, but Kentucky answered with a sustained drive. Alcoa's D.J. Warren scored on a 1-yard pass from Jalen Whitlow.

The Vols went ahead 14-7 on A.J. Johnson's 2-yard run, then later had a TD pass wiped off by a holding penalty.

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Prostar writes:

So far we're playing up to our potential. "Tiny" single-handedly erased a TD with his holding. Palardy manages to put a kickoff out-of-bounds, has an extra point blocked and when we're faced with a 3rd and 21 we pass for a 5 yard gain. Bray has made some nice throws and Lane is running hard. Our defense on the other hand has made no improvement from day one, we still can't defend the pass. I just hope there is some way that the seniors who haven't played this year can get in the game, what's it gonna hurt?

shipperman#280095 writes:

Playing to avoid the SEC cellar,,Oh how we have fallen

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