Tennessee QB Nate Peterman Gets Rocked as His Offensive Line Doesn't Move

Tristan ThornburghSocial Media StaffSeptember 21, 2013

Tennessee attempted to run a trick play against Florida where the offensive line doesn't move and the wide receivers streak toward the end zone, trying to catch the defense off guard. It probably seemed like a good idea in theory when the coaches drew it up.

However, the play utterly failed against the Gators, as it resulted in quarterback Nate Peterman taking a big hit as his line stayed motionless. The offense was bailed out by a pass interference call, but Peterman still got rocked thanks to the play call. 

Related

    UConn Coach Calls for NCAA to Pay Players

    College Football logo
    College Football

    UConn Coach Calls for NCAA to Pay Players

    Tyler Conway
    via Bleacher Report

    Tim Drevno Reportedly Resigns as Michigan OC

    College Football logo
    College Football

    Tim Drevno Reportedly Resigns as Michigan OC

    Adam Wells
    via Bleacher Report

    Report: USC RB Carr Out for Spring with Back Injury

    College Football logo
    College Football

    Report: USC RB Carr Out for Spring with Back Injury

    247sports
    via 247sports

    Teams Guaranteed to Get More Wins in 2018

    College Football logo
    College Football

    Teams Guaranteed to Get More Wins in 2018

    Brad Shepard
    via Bleacher Report