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Tennessee’s offense has made a habit of scoring quickly — perhaps a bit too quickly — during the Vols’ first two games. But coach Derek Dooley doesn’t see that as a problem.
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I agree. I'm in favor of scoring.
Put the D back out there, let them get the ball back, and then score again!
5 or 6 quick scores = a big win for the Vols. The focus will be there and I think a lot of the mistakes will clean theirselves up this week. I'm so pumped. I just want to be there so bad. Bring it Vol fans! Orange. GO VOLS!
BUTCH IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART. GO VOLS!
It's a team effort. Football players gotta play. Fans gotta be fanatics and yell their heads off. Each feeds the other. One can't do it without the other.
It's sad to say, but it's been a while since I've watched a game on tv where Neyland Stadium "looked" like it was sold out. Lots of empty seats the past few years. I sure hope the fans come out in full force Saturday. I honestly believe that the crowd can have a big impact on this game if they will just make some noise. Florida has a young QB and if the noise is there, there should be plenty of false start penalties and confusion. Neyland used to be special like that.
I, like many of the Vol fans on this board, live out of state and wish I could be there. If you are lucky enough to be able to go to the game, make a little noise for us.
This post was edited by ODA751 on 9/10/2012 at 10:36 PM
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