John Adams: Vols can finish sixth in East with victory

John Adams

What’s a greater slight? Losing to Oregon by 45 points or being favored by only four points against Kentucky?

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psychovol2 writes:

And they didn't get beat by GA Southern or block each other. They did get beat by a team that got beat by GA Southern and that blocks each other. UT can finish 5-7 while UF is doomed to 4-8. That's the only consolation I can find in this season. Nevertheless, UT can lose to KY. If that happens, many things will come under scrutiny. Things that come to mind: Coordinators, special teams coach, Dobb's arm, Peterman's mind, Worley's legs, evaluation of recruits, etc... Ferguson is the only wild card here and there's not a QB among the 33 recruits with verbal commitments. Vol nation has been burnt so many times in the last decade that it's hard not to be suspicious.

RockyTop1 writes:

Keep the faith!! GO VOLS!!

TNlogfire writes:

adams must be delirious with glee after the season the Vols had. At least he's retiring after the season. Mike Strange should slip easily into the Sports Editor role. Hell, he's been by far the best writer at KNS for years. BTW, John Wilkerson did a damn good job announcing these last 3 BKB games, MUCH better than Kesling IMO. He's already better than Kesling after only 3 games. I vote for Big John to replace Kesling. Please...!!!

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