Buffalo is Buffalo. Anyone who thinks they will beat Tennessee is kidding themselves.
The same can be said of Middle Tennessee State.
With those two wins, Tennessee moves up to four wins, but what about the other teams on the roster?
Next up (after Montana) is Georgia, and while they were ranked No. 19 in the first AP Poll, they have not lived up to the hype. The Dawgs are 2-2 right now with wins over Coastal Carolina and Ole Miss.
If you watched Georgia play Ole Miss, you're probably a lot less afraid of them now. They beat Ole Miss handily (27-13), but the Rebels lost to Vanderbilt 30-7. Vanderbilt also played half the game with their backup quarterback.
After Georgia, Tennessee hosts LSU. While LSU may be the best team in the country, if Tennessee goes into the game 4-1 and remembering how close they came last year, anything could happen.
The next week, Tennessee travels to Alabama, where they have no realistic chance of winning. However, in the 91-year history of the Tennessee-Alabama rivalry, teams that have had no realistic chance of winning have won, so you never know.
South Carolina and Arkansas are both tough, but neither looks nearly as tough as they did a week ago. They'll likely be losses, but with some luck, any of those games could be wins.
Tennessee then has a game against Vanderbilt, who has a tough defense, but a terrible offense; after a promising 3-0 start, they're starting to look like Vanderbilt again. Then the Vols finish the season against Kentucky, who may be as bad as Ole Miss.
Even without any upsets, if Tennessee beats Georgia, then the Vols are looking at a 7-5 season, which isn't bad since it will have been played without Justin Hunter, Janzen Jackson and Herman Lathers.
Don't believe the negative hype, Tennessee will rebound next week!