Tired of close calls, Vols hope to finally break through against South Carolina

Could South Carolina be breakthrough?

The core members of coach Butch Jones’ staff that followed him to Tennessee have won four conference titles in six years. Others, like receivers coach Zach Azzanni, were coaching in the Rose Bowl less than a year ago.

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volbald writes:

We take solace where we can this football season. It's too bad that the fans have to be pleased with a "close loss" because they finally saw the team playing hard for 2 quarters. But it is what it is. When Assanni and Jones can get the Vols playing for 4 consecutive quarters as hard as they did for the last 2 quarters against UGA, then they can talk macho.

Vol-in-GA writes:

I think it's the right approach. It's not enough to rack up moral victories. Time to beat someone other then just KY or Vandy in the SEC!

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