On Larry Scott's checklist of concerns following Tennessee's 26-20 loss at Florida last Saturday, execution outranks quarterback audibles. The Vols' offensive coordinator laid out his priorities on Tuesday while reviewing quarterback Quinten Dormady's check out of a running play on first down at Florida's 1 in the third quarter. Dormady instead threw incomplete to wide receiver Marquez Callaway. Scott said Dormady made the right call, based on Florida's defensive alignment.
Butch Jones listed the fallout from Tennessee's 26-20 loss at Florida in stark emotional terms. "We're all hurt, we're angry, we're pissed, all of the above," the Vols coach said Monday during his press conference at the Ray and Lucy Hand Digital Studio. "Now it's what you make of it. How do you become better because of it?" The Vols (2-1) will sweat the details this week in advance of a nonconference game against Massachusetts (0-4) at Neyland Stadium on Saturday (noon ET, SEC Network).
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — One dramatic, improbable play took a toll on Tennessee early Saturday evening. Florida quarterback Felipe Franks' 63-yard game-winning heave to wide receiver Tyrie Cleveland on the final play of the Gators' 26-20 victory staggered Vols' nickelback Rashaan Gaulden. He still was in a daze several minutes later. "I kind of feel like I'm in a fog," Gaulden said. UT Butch Jones acknowledged the play's impact.
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