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Rajion Neal runs up the middle for 7 yards on first down, and Tyler Bray misfires on an out route to Cordarrelle Patterson on second-and-3.
Third-and-3 from the UT 42.
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False start on right guard Zach Fulton will back up the Vols on third down. Now third-and-8.
Wow. Pick 6
This post was edited by wataugavol on 9/22/2012 at 6:39 PM
What the hell...
Bray, under pressure, picked off by Akron's Avis Commack, who returns it 44 yards for a touchdown.
Not a good start for UT. Akron's well-timed blitz obviously affected Bray on that one.
We Want Worley!!!
That was Akron's first interception return for a TD since Nov. 27, 2009.
Ha good start.
Ahhhhhhhhhh! Come on, man.
Are they heading for the exits yet?
Great way to start this game. Better fix this crap now or is going to be a long night.
I'm still not too worried about Akron
What the hell?
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I predicted we would start flat. That was the wake up call.
Neal runs for 6 yards on a sweep to the left on first-and-10 after a touchback by Akron.
On second down, Neal is stuffed for a 2-yard loss.
Pretty good run by Neal on first down.
Your team. All the time.
Bray finds Justin Hunter on third down for a gain of 7. First down for UT at the 36.
First down pass to Hunter. In-and-out route.
Bray to Hunter on second down. Gain of 11 to the UT 49. Another first down.
Freshman Quenshaun Watson is the second tailback in the game for the Vols. He's stopped for no gain on his first carry.
Que Watson with a carry early.
Bray throws to Hunter on second down for another first down. Gain of 14 to the Akron 37.
Bray throws to Ben Bartholomew for a gain of 8 on second down. First down at the Akron 26.
Good, hard run by Neal there.
Nice run by Rajion Neal on the toss sweep to the left. Gain of 15 to the Akron 11.
Vols on the move. They've got a nice drive going here.
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