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haha, not at all... it was nice to see at least a little bit of imagination in the offense. Cutcliffe isnt a Norm Chow by any means but it was better than that garbage last year...

I couldnt really tell because I was at the game and didnt get a close up view but it looked like a lot of Ainge's passes were really tight, could of inches off and they might have been intercepted

9/4/2006 2:18:16 PM

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GG VOLS

9/4/2006 2:30:36 PM

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HAHAHA, yeah, thats a TD bitch





[Edited on September 4, 2006 at 11:32 PM. Reason : d]

9/4/2006 11:08:55 PM

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pretty cool article:
http://utsports.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/090406aas.html


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""We prayed as a team and we looked around at an empty stadium and we looked at ourselves and told each other that this is our family, this is us. People in here right now are the people that believe in us." "

9/5/2006 5:02:54 PM

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cough separation of church and state cough

9/5/2006 5:04:31 PM

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that stadium is small as fuck...what does it hold, like 110,000?

9/5/2006 5:06:54 PM

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hope this embed works... I could watch this all day long:





My favorite part is #10 just looking on, and then being like "oh shit"

and I thought Lynch was #10 hmmm
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9/5/2006 5:08:37 PM

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good tackling

cal is awesome

9/5/2006 5:11:23 PM

Jaybee1200
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and here are some of our actual pics from the game:







And BigHitSunday dancing with some innocent young ladies

9/5/2006 5:12:54 PM

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""That's about as bad as I could imagine it going," Tedford said before the Bears began a week of practice leading to their home opener against Minnesota. "I can't ever remember being down like that since we've been here. That was pretty much a nightmare."

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9/5/2006 11:39:16 PM

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Couple of pics from the ol' camera phone. Cal was my first game at Neyland - absolute unreal setting to see a game. 1 perk of med school at UT is access to student tix -- Florida ticket distribution is tomorrow, should be crazy. A solid win against Air Force this week should set-up a great top 10 game against Florida.

9/6/2006 6:56:49 PM

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looks like you were in the student section... nice

9/6/2006 7:02:27 PM

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good god, what a load of shit that was....


I mean, I had it as a close game, big let down after Cal, looking ahead to Florida, but Jesus Christ that was fucking horrible

9/9/2006 11:37:39 PM

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shit, 2 starters out for the year

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" Two Tennessee starters injured in the game against Air Force will not return this season, the team's head athletic trainer said Sunday.

Cornerback Inky Johnson remained in the hospital Sunday after he was carted off the field during the game against Air Force.

Trainer Jason McVeigh said Johnson, a junior from Atlanta, underwent surgery to repair blood vessels in his right shoulder. He will need further surgery because of nerve injury.

"He is in stable condition at this time," McVeigh said in a statement.

Tackle Justin Harrell suffered a ruptured tendon in his left bicep and will also require surgery, McVeigh said.

Harrell, a senior from Martin, was the only consistent starter from a year ago returning in the front seven. End Turk McBride slid over to replace Harrell during the Air Force game.

Coach Phillip Fulmer said he didn't know how long Johnson would stay at the hospital.

Johnson appeared to hit helmets Saturday with Air Force's Justin Handley after a catch. He was on the ground for several minutes but could be seen moving his arms and legs. Fulmer said he was temporarily unconscious.

Johnson was taken by ambulance to University of Tennessee Medical Center.

"We're just really glad it's not anything with his head or neck," Fulmer said.

Two other players injured during the game, tailback Arian Foster and offensive lineman Ramon Foster, should be able to play against Florida, Fulmer said. They both sprained their left ankles.

The coaches were continuing to evaluate who should start in place of Johnson in this week's game against No. 7 Florida. "


[Edited on September 10, 2006 at 9:42 PM. Reason : d]

9/10/2006 9:41:24 PM

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"The poster boy for the flop that was the 2005 Tennessee season, Ainge currently leads the nation in passing efficiency with a 226.6 rating; over 12 points higher than the number two man, Pitt's Tyler Palko, Against Cal and Air Force, Ainge has completed 35 of 37 passes for 624 yards and seven touchdown with two interceptions. He's leading the nation with a whopping 13.28 yards per attempt. Thanks go out to WR Rober Meachem and offensive coordinator David Cutcliffe..

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9/11/2006 5:04:51 PM

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clearly ainge and palko are NFL hall of famers

9/11/2006 5:07:10 PM

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squeaking by Air Force didn't look all that great

9/11/2006 5:13:50 PM

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yeah, it was horrible. Like I said, I knew the damn triple option would give them fits, so hard to prepare for it, especially between Cal and Florida, but I thought the team speed would make up for it, well, I was wrong. Half the time they couldnt even figure out who had the damn ball.

9/11/2006 6:12:30 PM

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great, now we have 4 starters out for the Florida game... sigh




at least I have a ready made excuse for all you haters

9/11/2006 6:41:11 PM

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^Montario Hardesty went to my old HS. He's a neat kid. Hope you guys enjoy him...

He's great in my eyes because he bailed out on UNC...love it!

9/12/2006 5:57:17 PM

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yeah, I have always liked him, hes not as consistant as Foster but much more of a home run threat

9/12/2006 6:27:38 PM

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well bitches, I'm off to the Florida game... I dont like our chances but either way it will be a great time. And if we actually do win, my liver might not make it back

9/15/2006 10:55:43 AM

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good game Florida. We couldnt run at all and our defense didnt step up when we had a 10 point lead, we didnt deserve to win.

9/17/2006 4:21:38 PM

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That was a hell of a ballgame

9/17/2006 8:28:00 PM

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Great ballgame, like it almost always is when these two get together. With so many good teams in the SEC this year, my Gators are far from assured of going to Atlanta, even after winning this one.

9/18/2006 9:20:01 AM

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pretty blah game, but I will take 33-7 over a shitty team. Good run by Coker, great defense, lots of rain and lightning, thats about it haha.

Memphis next week.

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9/24/2006 2:33:24 AM

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fuck I hate playing Memphis. They really really get up for this game and Tenn always has a meh attitude towards it...



but even with that, I predict:

UT - 30
Mem - 17




HHAHAHAH, love the Homer in a Michigan State jersey on game day hahahahhaa

[Edited on September 30, 2006 at 11:57 AM. Reason : d]

9/30/2006 11:54:50 AM

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yeah, try that shit all day Memphis, please oh please keep trying that.

9/30/2006 12:04:05 PM

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new bern != western carolina

9/30/2006 12:12:43 PM

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hahahahha



New Bern gets no respect

9/30/2006 12:14:57 PM

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hahah, who needs Vick when you have Ainge?

9/30/2006 12:45:52 PM

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Meachem is a man among boys.



After Calvin Johnson, he is as good as any WR in college. I have him and Manningham even.

9/30/2006 2:25:19 PM

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great, the showed that bullshit call from ten years ago, really needed to be reminded of that shit.

9/30/2006 2:59:27 PM

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so who else is going to athens to see the dawgs take on the vols?
I'll be there. My first SEC game, I'm pretty excited about it.

10/1/2006 11:05:40 AM

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I would like to go, but cant make it. Georgia has looked fucking god awful this year... Tenn SHOULD beat their ass

10/1/2006 3:09:39 PM

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Good bit on Manning on Outside the Lines on ESPN right now

10/2/2006 3:02:03 AM

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Georgia reminds me of Tenn last year...


rotating QBs in and out

WRs that cant catch

10/3/2006 1:20:07 PM

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UT should beat their ass tonight, but this is the type of game that they stink it up in and Richt usually does a good job against us...


should be something like:
UT - 27
UGA - 10

but knowing both of these teams and how they usually play against each other I will go with:
UT - 16
UGA - 14

10/7/2006 11:49:55 AM

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fuck, Corso likes us BIG, thats never good... cursed

10/7/2006 12:00:14 PM

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dammit, Holtz, May, Corso, Fowler, Davis, Herbstreit are all picking UT... we are fucked. They never ever win games like this.


I revise my prediction:

UT - 17
UGA - 20

10/7/2006 1:37:16 PM

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boo ya bitches, I was totally off and I dont care.

10/7/2006 11:13:08 PM

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"Even when everything was going Georgia's way early on and even when it looked like Tennessee was going to have problems, the team didn't panic and then blasted the Bulldogs with a frightening mix of offensive balance and big plays from the defense. Even though Georgia ran well and wasn't afraid to push the ball deep, Tennessee always had an answer keeping the Dawg offense from getting into the end zone in the second half. Erik Ainge solidified himself as the SEC's best player over the first half of the season and Robert Meachem was once again brilliant. The Vol backfield, with a great game from Arian Foster, showed once again that it has weapons to spare."


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10/8/2006 1:48:54 AM

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"No. 13 Tennessee became just the second team to put up 50 points on Georgia between the hedges, coming from behind for a stunning 51-33 victory Saturday night "


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"Ainge gave all the credit to his offensive line, which prevented Georgia's feared defensive ends, Quentin Moses and Charles Johnson, from getting close to the quarterback.

"I can't say enough about the offensive line," Ainge said. "I can't say that I ever felt the pressure. Football is easy when you have that much time."

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""They were blocking 4, 5, even 6 seconds a couple of times," Georgia coach Mark Richt said. "(Ainge) was able to go through his progression and start over again. We didn't pressure at all like we needed to."

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Needs some new pics:





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10/8/2006 1:55:26 AM

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i went to the game in athens...

AWESOME game atmosphere... loudest stadium i've ever been to. awesome tailgating as well. A++ would go again

10/8/2006 1:10:53 PM

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Thanks for the hedge bitches




10/9/2006 1:44:18 AM

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from Stewart Mandel, SI:

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"1) That the national title race is down to nine contenders. They are: Ohio State, USC, Michigan, Florida, West Virginia, Texas, Louisville, Tennessee and Cal. Why these nine? They are the only remaining teams (besides Boise State) that elicit enough confidence to suggest they could win the rest of their games. Obviously, most of them won’t (especially considering USC-Cal, Ohio State-Michigan and West Virginia-Louisville play each other), but if you had to bet your life savings on the matter, you’d be smart to stay within this pool.

2) That the SEC race just keeps getting more interesting. Apparently Georgia’s not ready to be a factor just yet, but lo and behold, here comes Arkansas. Tennessee keeps getting better. And while Florida looked like the cream of the crop Saturday and Auburn did not, don’t think for a second the Gators won’t be in for a battle Saturday night on The Plains. You can debate until the end of time whether the league is the "best" -- as you can see from the comments section, people are doing just that -- but watching the games Saturday, you couldn’t help but notice the intensity.

3) That NC State quarterback Daniel Evans is "ice." At least, that's what Chuck Amato called him in one of the more memorable postgame interviews of all time following Thursday night’s win over Florida State. The impact this sophomore has had in just two starts is incredible. Remember, the Wolfpack had been going on three years of mediocre quarterback play and had lost to Akron and Southern Miss before Evans took over two weeks ago against BC. He threw the game-winning touchdown in that one, then threw three more against the ‘Noles. "

10/9/2006 2:00:48 AM

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"After completing 25 of 38 passes for 268 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday night's 51-33 defeat of Georgia, quarterback Erik Ainge has been named Walter Camp national offensive player of the week. He also is among four candidates for the Cingular All-America national player of the week to be voted on by college football fans.
Head coach Phillip Fulmer, speaking on his Sunday teleconference, praised Ainge for the quality performance he gave vs. the Bulldogs.

“I think it was great effort on his part,” the head man said. “He stepped up and hit that big third-down throw from his end zone (a 17-yard strike to Meachem on third-and-13 at the Vol 5-yard line). Not many guys could make that throw. He's trusting his protection more and more. Just like anybody else, he understands more and now (that he's more experienced). He's playing within the parameters we've given him and doing good job of it.”

Ainge's big numbers vs. Georgia were no recent development, however. He leads the Southeastern Conference in passing yards per game (276.2), passing efficiency (171.6 rating) and total offense per game (269.0). Nationally, he ranks eighth in yards and sixth in efficiency.

“Ainge continues to play extremely well,” Fulmer noted.

So does junior wideout Robert Meachem, Ainge's favorite target. Meachem caught seven passes for 98 yards Saturday night and continues to lead all NCAA players in receiving yards with 675 through six games.

Senior cornerback Jonathan Wade got burned a couple of times Saturday but redeemed himself with some big plays, including a spectacular diving interception. He now leads the NCAA in passes defensed with 8 (six breakups and two interceptions).

As a team, Tennessee leads the SEC in scoring offense (35.2 points per game), passing offense (291.5 yards per game) and total offense (421.5 yards per game). The Vols also lead the league in first downs (127) and rank second nationally to Air Force in third-down efficiency at 59.5 percent.

The Big Orange has allowed just five sacks in six games, ranking second among the 12 SEC teams in that category. Tennessee is the least penalized team in the SEC, having lost just 205 yards in six games. Finally, UT's red-zone offense ranks No. 1 in the league. The Vols have scored on 21 of 23 forays inside the 20-yard line for a 91.3 percent success rate.

The 51 points Tennessee scored Saturday night were the most ever in a game against Georgia. Fulmer thought the big plays produced by UT's defense (three interceptions, a blocked punt and a fumble recovery) deserved a share of the credit for the Vols' 37 second-half points.

“You're glad to get 50 points anytime you can,” he said. “When you have the short drives that the defense gave us, though, it's a team effort. When you don't have to drive that far to get some scores it does help. The defense in the second half, getting a short field for us, gave us opportunities.”

Still, Tennessee's offense came through in the clutch several times. The most critical drive occurred after a 100-yard kickoff return by Thomas Brown had narrowed UT's lead to 38-33 with 12:34 to play. The Vols' attack unit promptly drove 55 yards in eight plays to score a clinching touchdown, then added a nine-play, 56-yard drive for an insurance TD in the final minutes.

“They basically showed great poise and determination,” Fulmer noted. “You could hear it on the sidelines. It was fun to be part
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Ainge for Heisman!

and Meachem is the best WR in the country not named Charles Johnson (and I have him tied with Manningham)

10/11/2006 3:35:54 AM

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bttt for beating the Dawg shit outta Georgia

10/11/2006 1:26:06 PM

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"Tennessee is the least penalized team in the SEC, having lost just 205 yards in six games. Finally, UT's red-zone offense ranks No. 1 in the league. The Vols have scored on 21 of 23 forays inside the 20-yard line for a 91.3 percent success rate."


This is called good coaching. Fuck those that want Phil out.

10/11/2006 1:33:30 PM

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^^^ do you mean calvin johnson? and he is prob. a little bit better than manningham

just think what johnson could do if he had henne as his QB instead of reggie ball

and

^does anyone really still want phil out after the start to this year? b/c if they do then they are insane

[Edited on October 11, 2006 at 2:53 PM. Reason : .]

10/11/2006 2:52:25 PM

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