Tennessee security Micah Abernathy looks for the game of Flights against Missouri.
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Tennessee once owned the month of November. Once I had November even when I had a bad team.

In 1988, UT was 5-6. But it was 4-0 in November.

From 1985 to 1989, Tennessee did not lose in November. From 1991 to 1995, he did not lose in November.

Tennessee did not miss under coach Derek Dooley in November 2010. She did not miss out on Butch Jones in November 2015.

And so far, this November, under the trainer of the first year Jeremy Pruitt, is 2-0 and left only 10 points.

The fanatics hoped that the former Alabama defensive coordinator would revive the defense of UT. Maybe you can bring the November magic from Tennessee too.

Missouri does not know anything about the November UT magic. He has won four of the six games of the series since joining the SEC. And each game was in November.

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Tennessee 30, Missouri 27: A stupidity of the UT house season: each game was decided by a two-digit margin. That will change Saturday in what should be the most suspense of the season in Neyland Stadium.

Vanderbilt 37, Ole Miss 35: The commodore offensive is improving. Ole Miss's defense is not the case. The combination must keep Vanderbilt in containment of the bowl. The rebels could also make a bowl if NCAA is abolished.

Alabama 55, The Citadel 6: The Bulldogs lost to ETSU by three points. ETSU lost to Tennessee for 56 points. E Tennessee lost Alabama for 37 points.

So, Alabama will overcome The Citadel for 96 points, right?

Of course not. But he could if he wanted to.


Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt met with the media this Monday
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State of Mississippi 24, Arkansas 6: The Razorbacks won just 216 yards last week against LSU. Maybe they do not have so much against the Bulldogs.

If there was a SEC reward for the return coach of the year, the defensive coordinator of the state of Mississippi and the former assistant technician of the team of the team, Bob Shoop, will obtain it.

Auburn 45, Liberty 17: Liberty is known as the flames. This season, Auburn is known as flaming. A pre-season top 10 team, Auburn has already lost four games. The worst loss is scheduled for November 24 in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Florida 38, Idaho 13: Gators' marshal Feleipe Franks earned more attention to calm the domestic crowd of what happened. And the vandals have gained more attention to lose than to win.

Idaho has given up 79 points in its opening season before the State of Fresno. But it's probably much improved since then, right?


Tennessee Defensive defensive missions Kyle Phillips reflects on her career.
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Georgia 59, UMass 15: The Minutemen wants to get their season as soon as possible and can not blame them.

His final season against the Bulldogs will not remind anyone of their opener, a win of 63-15 over Duquesne.

South Carolina 41, Chattanooga 7: The Gamecocks could find an offense that could diminish. In its two previous games, Chattanooga scored 10 points on Furman and nine on Mercer.

Texas A & M 24, UAB 10: The UAB administration removed the plug in the Blazers soccer program after the 2014 season. Three years later, it became popular demand. Now are the Blazers 9-1.

Perhaps more programs have to spend some years.

LSU 51 Rice 7: This can be a competitive confrontation in baseball. But it's a disagreement with soccer.

Rice did not win since its season launch against Prairie View A & M and lost 20 of its last 22 games.

Kentucky 28, MTSU 13: Despite losing their last two games decisively, the Wildcats could still achieve something. Hitting MTSU and Louisville in their last two games, could become the first Kentucky team in 34 years to win up to nine games in a regular season.

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John Adams is a senior columnist. You can reach 865-342-6284 or [email protected] Follow him on:

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