- John Adams makes a fantastic point, observing that the improvement of the offense has come from player development more than freshman contribution. And another gem from Adams:
You think Georgia and South Carolina fans aren't concerned? If Kiffin and his staff can produce those kind of results in their first year, what can they accomplish with a full complement of their recruits? Recruiting didn't have much to do with UT's victories over the Bulldogs and Gamecocks. The Vols simply played harder and smarter. They also looked better coached.
- Mike Griffith congratulates himself on good timing, having read Bruce Feldman's Meat Market the week before the South Carolina game. I wonder what that makes having done it nine months ago around National Signing Day. In Mike's defense, there's really no bad time to read Feldman or Meat Market.