Tennessee had a great Week 1 outing where they looked better than many of the SEC teams ranked ahead of them. Georgia, Florida and South Carolina all looked sloppy in their first matchups, while the Vols came out and won cleanly and definitively.
That said, let's not crown Tennessee just yet. In Week 2, both Georgia and South Carolina started to look more like top-10 teams than they did in their first outings, and Missouri proved that they were nothing to sneeze at either.
Tennessee plays its first conference game next week when it hosts Florida, and the competition really will kick off. So, with two weeks of college football out of the way, what are Tennessee's chances against their SEC opponents now? Read on for my take.