Do my beloved Vols get to a bowl? Kentucky is a must win.
After a few nagging injuries Tyler Bray is back!!! Did you see how he lit up the potent Vandy defense for a couple of touchdown strikes including a sparkling 34 yarder. Jon Crompton, you were good at the Neyland, but you’re no match for Bray. I smell another first round draft choice here after the Heisman. I wonder if we can convince the NCAA to grant Tyler a medical redshirt? He did miss a few games this season after that cheap shot on his thumb by that thug Georgia player.
The old school running game is back. Kentucky, like Vandy will learn this lesson the hard way. Coach Dooley showed his good buddy James Franklin that our running offense is the most potent in the FBS. After much criticism for being ranked really low in the run game, Coach Dooley showed Vandy we could score as far as 6 yards out when pressed. This stunning revelation came about when Tyler Bray handed the football to the highly underrated Tauren Poole at or around the 8 yard line. 5 seconds later (The total time it took to get back to the line of scrimmage) Poole was brought to the ground by 12 Vandy defenders. The total yardage covered is estimated at 7 yards. Thus proving we can score at will from 5 yards out on any down. Feels Like 98 » The Film Room: Vanderbilt