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What The Vols' Future Opponents Did This Weekend

I Know What You Did Last Week: A quick look at how Tennessee's remaining opponents performed this past weekend.

South Carolina Gamecocks at Vanderbilt Commodores

  • The Gamecocks beat the Commodores in Nashville, 21-7. Garnet and Black Attack is quick to point out that it wasn't a bad win. But maybe it was a bad loss for Vandy, as Anchor of Gold hasn't posted any reaction to the game at all as of the time I'm writing this. South Carolina leads the SEC East, by the way, with a record of 5-2 overall and 3-2 in the SEC. Vanderbilt's fourth in the SEC East, above both Kentucky and Tennessee, with a record of 2-5 overall and 1-3 in the conference.

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Memphis Tigers

  • Off.

Kentucky Wildcats

  • Lost at home to Georgia, 31-44. A Sea of Blue has developed a distinct distaste for fumbles, while Dawg Sports has a bit of faint praise for Georgia. Kentucky's now 4-4 overall and 1-4 in the SEC, and they're still ahead of Tennessee in the East.
  • If you usually skip the drive charts, don't skip this one. It shows really well just how badly Kentucky hurt itself with poorly-timed turnovers. It also shows how they can score quickly in the fourth quarter.