Tennessee quarterback commit Michael Penix hadn’t played in over a month, but that didn’t stop him from leading Tampa Bay Tech to its first win of the season. Hurricane Irma kept Penix and his teammates off the gridiron, but Penix hit the field Friday night clicking with his offense. Tampa Bay Tech defeated Hillsborough 26-14. Penix threw for 90 yards and 2 touchdown passes in the win. He gave credit to his teammates, according to Kelly Parsons of the Tampa Bay Times.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee came away with win No. 3 of the 2017 season, but once again the Vols did not look good in the victory. Tennessee (3-1, 0-1 SEC) struggled to a 17-13 win against UMass on Saturday in a game that hung in the balance until less than 1 minute remained on the clock. The Vols entered the game around a four-touchdown favorite. The poor performance did not go unnoticed. The 27 voters in SEC Country Power Poll responded by dropping the Vols from ninth to No.
The College GameDay crew tried to defend a few coaches Saturday Morning. Kirk Herbstreit seemed to be fed up with the negativity and instant gratification from fans of Notre Dame, LSU and Tennessee. Former Georgia linebacker David Pollack chimed in to defend the job coach Butch Jones has done in his five-year tenure with the Vols. “Look at Butch Jones and what he’s been able to do at Tennessee,” Pollack said.
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Selecting a term
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