Vols and Kentucky meet again at end of tough seasons, hoping for brighter future

Teams struggled in first season under new coaches

Tennessee coach Butch Jones walks down the sideline during the first half against Vanderbilt Saturday, Nov 23, 2013 in Neyland Stadium in Knoxville. Tenn.  (MICHAEL PATRICK/NEWS SENTINEL)

Photo by Michael Patrick, Knoxville News Sentinel

Tennessee coach Butch Jones walks down the sideline during the first half against Vanderbilt Saturday, Nov 23, 2013 in Neyland Stadium in Knoxville. Tenn. (MICHAEL PATRICK/NEWS SENTINEL)

So much has changed in Lexington and Knoxville in the last 365 days that it seems hard to believe Tennessee and Kentucky both have the same records they did a year ago when they met in a dismal season finale in Knoxville.

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Comments » 4

MooseandSquirrelVol writes:

“That’s very motivational,” said senior defensive end Marlon Walls. “We refuse to be the first team that loses eight games in Tennessee history. It’s way more important than us. We have to hold the bar.”
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I agree. Now go do it.

wilk58 writes:

For the future of CBJ that 2014 class has to stay together more importantly live up to its ranking.

slov writes:

The bar is eight games?

stevefromjasper writes:

Still hoping that I can live to see Tennessee defeat Kentucky 50 consecutive years. The idiot Dooley made it much more difficult. I'll have to live to be 101.

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