Tennessee Football: Winners and Losers from Volunteers' Loss to Georgia

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Tennessee Football: Winners and Losers from Volunteers' Loss to Georgia
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The UT faithful are always out in force at Rocky Top

A disappointing home loss to the Georgia Bulldogs on Saturday has left fans of the University of Tennessee's football program scratching their heads. After last week's drubbing of Buffalo in which the offense showed the ability to put points on the board, the game against Georgia took an alternate route for the men in orange.

Although the final score might indicate a tightly contested game throughout, the result was never really in doubt during the second half. Tennessee wasn't able to run the ball effectively, which allowed the Georgia defense to focus on shutting down Tyler Bray's passing attack.

Sure, UT struggled to find the end zone and had some trouble managing the clock, but there were bright spots to be found in the result. I'll take a look at the winners and losers from the Volunteers' 20-12 loss, because it wasn't ALL bad for the home team...

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