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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – It’s easy to get carried away with the first two weeks of Tennessee’s season. The Vols were supposed to be better than South Carolina and Missouri.
During at Neyland Stadium, though, general expectations rumbled toward fruition:
The Vols really are better this season.
How much better? We’ll find out soon enough against a vicious schedule that features Georgia and Alabama in two of the next three weeks. If Tennessee isn’t in a position to turn those rivalries in 2020, the Vols should at least be more competitive.
Here’s why: If you can run the ball and stop the run, you’re tough to beat at any level.
The Vols ran for 232 yards and four touchdowns