John Adams: Vols should avoid back-to-back blowouts

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Tennessee wide receiver Josh Smith (25) was unable to catch the ball during second half against Oregon at Autzen Stadium, Saturday, Sep. 14, 2013 in Eugene, OR.  (MICHAEL PATRICK/NEWS SENTINEL)

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Tennessee wide receiver Josh Smith (25) was unable to catch the ball during second half against Oregon at Autzen Stadium, Saturday, Sep. 14, 2013 in Eugene, OR. (MICHAEL PATRICK/NEWS SENTINEL)

Tennessee has lost eight consecutive games to Florida. But as losing streaks go, this one hasn’t been so bad.

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Comments » 3

Mr_Bandman writes:

5?

ethanfrome writes:

That is a bold prediction John. You need to elaborate on whether you are predicting a field goal and a safety; three safeties;five one-point offensive safeties; etc.

Vol-in-GA writes:

I'm not sure the Vols will win, I hope they do! However, 5, seems a bit pessimistic. I'm beginning to think KNS, "pay-per-view" is requiring Adams to develop a whole new crop of angry commenters. He seems to be working hard at chumming the waters. I guess that is part and parcel of being an opinion columnist.

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