Although it’s tough to force a smile or even a hint of optimism as a Tennessee football fan—with the Volunteers beginning the 2010 campaign at 1-2—it’s time to at least try to focus on the positives of what the future holds.
One of those positive notions surrounds junior quarterback and junior college transfer Matt Simms, the quarterback of the 2010 football team.
And Simms may very well be the answer to the Tennessee faithful prayers for eventual success on the gridiron for the Volunteers.
Could Simms be just what the doctor ordered for restoring Tennessee football?
Here are 10 reasons why the 21-year-old play-caller will save the Volunteers…