"Our confidence keeps building," Braves outfielder Ender Inciarte said after his team improved to 21-46. "We score some runs and we get more comfortable. We stop thinking about what we're not doing and we just let it fly." Gant was acquired last season in the deal that sent Kelly Johnson and Juan Uribe to New York.
KNOXVILLE, Tennessee - Heavy rain doused Neyland Stadium to start the second half, cutting out half the lights atop the stadium while also creating a thick mist that lowered visibility on the field. It also seemed to light a fire under LSU. The No. 20 Tigers ran out into the storm and proceeded to pull away from Tennessee, scoring a pair of third quarter touchdowns en route to a 30-10 victory Saturday night.
Hardin Valley players race onto the field after a victory-sealing interception by junior Cartez Campbell on the final play of their 37-36 victory of Farragut on Thursday, Oct. 26. (Image: Travis Haston / 865 Preps)
In a matter of moments, the Hardin Valley student section went from sitting in stunned silence to storming the field. The Hawks, needing a victory to remain in playoff contention, controlled much of the game, and yet managed to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat.
@tyler_trew15 I won’t defend Butch too much, but he did win 9 games two years in a row. That wasn’t enough because they didn’t win the East, but traditionally Tennessee is the third best team in the East. Winning that division shouldn’t be the expectation every year, IMO.
@JonathanToye1@tyler_trew15 Teams don’t get to pick the teams they play in the tournament. You just beat the teams you play. Also, they were one egregious charge call away from beating Michigan in the Sweet 16.
@tyler_trew15 Personally, I don’t think he ever underachieved. That program was gutted once Pearl left. He was one win short of the tournament in Year 2 and made the Sweet 16 in Year 3. I think 95% of programs would take that coming off of NCAA sanctions.
@tyler_trew15 Tennessee is a great fan base, but it’s also a fan base that has extreme expectations for programs that don’t have tremendous history (at least not as much as they think they do). That’s what gives them a bad wrap.
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