After bye week, Vols hope to be on track against South Carolina

Rested UT faces energized South Carolina

Tennessee running back Rajion Neal (20) reacts after scoring a touchdown near Tennessee offensive lineman Antonio Richardson (74) during the second half against Georgia at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013. (ADAM LAU/NEWS SENTINEL)

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Tennessee running back Rajion Neal (20) reacts after scoring a touchdown near Tennessee offensive lineman Antonio Richardson (74) during the second half against Georgia at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013. (ADAM LAU/NEWS SENTINEL)

Tennessee coach Butch Jones and athletic director Dave Hart will spend Monday at a racetrack talking about a game three years in the future.

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BigDave64 writes:

I think we have a real shot of beating SC if we play as we did against GA. Worley stepped up and made some good throws, a couple bad as well but he is making strides. Let's hope he made more strides over the bye week. Receivers made catches and we ran the ball well. SC is beatable, so is MO. And we are getting better each week unlike the last three years so I expect to them pretty good. I think coach will have them ready!

wigmeister writes:

in response to BigDave64:

I think we have a real shot of beating SC if we play as we did against GA. Worley stepped up and made some good throws, a couple bad as well but he is making strides. Let's hope he made more strides over the bye week. Receivers made catches and we ran the ball well. SC is beatable, so is MO. And we are getting better each week unlike the last three years so I expect to them pretty good. I think coach will have them ready!

AMEN!

Orange_Power_T writes:

If we shut down their running game and make SC one dimensional, we can win. Shaw is a good QB but has always had a brain fart or two in every game. The key is to also get Spurrier frustrated. When he gets frustrated, he can't keep his mouth shut and usually goes after a player. This in turn cascades to the other players. We have to play solid, mistake free ball.

armydawg53 writes:

You won't beat SC or Missouri. Look forward to your racetrack game in 2016, that might make Vol fans feel better.

Orange_Power_T writes:

in response to armydawg53:

You won't beat SC or Missouri. Look forward to your racetrack game in 2016, that might make Vol fans feel better.

We all know you're a little down about the GA game, getting spanked like that and all- but in this case misery does not like company. Hopefully there's something you can talk about on the bulldog site.

SmokeysPup writes:

in response to armydawg53:

You won't beat SC or Missouri. Look forward to your racetrack game in 2016, that might make Vol fans feel better.

you're right, we will beat BOTH of them.

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