No. 6 Georgia wasn't expecting a barnburner heading into Neyland Stadium Saturday, but it got one. It took a clutch game-tying touchdown drive with seconds left and overtime for the Bulldogs to top the Vols, 34-31.
Debuting its "Smokey gray" alternate jerseys, the Vols looked to be the same old group in the first half, entering halftime with a 17-3 deficit.
But how quickly things can change. One blocked punt, one transformed quarterback, one new-look defense and one overtime later, the Vols-Bulldogs matchup captivated the college football landscape and made a statement about how far along the Tennessee program already is.
Here are the biggest 10 things I learned from Tennessee's date with Georgia on Saturday.