John Adams: UT secondary could benefit the most from a Duck-free Swamp

John Adams

Tennessee defensive backs should be giddy this week.

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johnlg00 writes:

Saturday's game may turn out to be an ugly slug-fest, with a total score that might struggle to reach 30 points between the two teams. It may turn on which team can rise to mediocrity on offense. Turnovers, field goals, and kick returns may turn out to be the pivotal plays. Objectively, the Gators should be the favorites for a variety of reasons, including likely superiority in the game elements just mentioned--except maybe in turnovers--but the Vols should be able to make a game of it and with a few breaks, they just might be able to pull a shocker.

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