Just a real quick round-up this morning before clearing the slate in preparation of this evening's game:
- Corn from a Jar explains exactly what Justin Harrell playing this game will mean to the Volunteers.
- Fulmer's Belly takes a hate-mailer behind the woodshed.
- Coach Fulmer's message to his players: play every play to the whistle because you never know how a play is going to end. Case in point, Florida, 1998: "A few years ago, Al Wilson stripped the ball 14 yards down the field and I think [offensive lineman] Darwin Walker recovered it," Fulmer said. "It may come down to a break like that. These games have almost always been really close and come down to a few plays."
- College Football News has the keys to tonight's game.
I'll post the game day open thread shortly.