Tennessee Volunteers Football: 4 Ways to Fix the Running Game

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Tennessee Volunteers Football: 4 Ways to Fix the Running Game
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The Tennessee Volunteers are ranked 118th out of the 120 college football teams in the Football Bowl Subdivision in per game rushing.

It goes without saying that being among Kent State, Florida Atlantic and Miami of Ohio is utterly unacceptable for a Tennessee team that goes up against Alabama, Florida and Georgia every year, and it must change immediately if the Vols hope to go bowling. The running game has been nothing short of atrocious this year, and that's with a stellar passing game to distract opposing defenses at the start of the season.

Clearly, there are a number of problems that need to be fixed, and I've narrowed it down to four specific things the Vols can do to improve the rushing attack for the stretch run. 

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