The tenure of Derek Dooley at Tennessee has been lackluster to say the least. Some say it has been a downright atrocity.
It's hard to argue the fact given his record.
Four wins in the SEC in two and a half seasons. No wins against Florida or Alabama, the Vols' biggest rivals. Not to mention the horrible loss to Kentucky to close last season.
He also has an overall record of 14-18. This is something that is not acceptable to the fans on Rocky Top.
For the first two seasons, any rational person can accept the defeats. It's no secret that Dooley inherited a mess of becoming Tennessee's third coach in as many years.
This season, however, the losing is not being taken very well by the big orange masses. The reason being is Dooley now has what is considered an SEC-caliber roster.
With losses continuing to mount, Dooley's stool is on fire and continues to get hotter by the day.
The record and roster can be looked at all day long, but it still leaves a lingering question: What factors are contributing to Derek Dooley's problems?