2010 Volunteers

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    2010 Volunteers

    No game week 1
     
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    Oregon vs Tenn

    Oregon 35 Tenn 38

    Season Opener Thriller


    What a game I must say. Best one in a while. The first quarter was back to back interceptions and ended scoreless. Into the second Touchdowns were traded almost immediately making it 7-7. Oregon scored before the half on a long run making it 14-7. After the half Oregon's Qb Masoli fumbles, setting up a Tenn touchdown. Oregon then plays great on both sides of the ball making the score 28-14. The 4th quarter was the exciting quarter, Tenn managed to score 24 points, coming back from a 14 point deficit. Oregon got the ball back with less than a minute left and drove right down the field. Unfortunately Masoli threw a pick in the endzone sealing the win for Tenn. A great home/season opener. Awesome game dude, you had me sweating there for a few minutes.

    Box score

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
    Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
    Oreg 0 14 14 7 35
    Tenn 0 7 7 24 38


    Notable Tennessee Players:

    N. Stephens 17/32, 267 yds, 2 TD

    B. Brown 20 Car, 77 yds, 3 TD

    G. Jones 4 Rec, 136 yds, 2 TD

    P. Wagner 16 Tack, 1 TFL

    D. Myles 7 Tack, 3 INT, 71 INT yds **Tenn POTG**


    Notable Oregon Players:

    J. Masoli 16/24, 227 yds, 11 Car, 46 yds, 1 TD

    L. James 11 Car, 196 yds, 3 TD **Oregon POTG**

    D. Davis 5 Rec, 90 yds

    B. Bair 9 Tack, 3 TFL, 2 Sack


    Tennessee prepares for murders row against Florida, LSU, Notre Dame, and Georgia.
     
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    Florida 30 Tenn 49

    Tenn Upsets 16 Florida​


    The first quarter Tennessee dominated, scoring on their first drive. After that Florida took control and things started to look bad until Tenn managed to make it a tie ball game, going into the half 14-14. After a motivational half-time locker room rally, Tenn comes out and takes control, outscoring Florida in the second half. The defense really stepped up this game, nearly every drive of Florida's was a 3 and out. A late interception saved Tenn from having to defend a close lead.

    Box Score

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
    Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
    UF 0 14 10 6 30
    Tenn 7 7 21 14 49


    Notable Stats:

    N. Stephens 21/36, 298yds, 3 TD

    B. Brown 26 Car, 128 yds, 3 TD, 3 Rec, 24 yds, 1 TD **POTG**


    I would have a couple videos to go along with this, but can't remember exactly how to get them from EA sports world to youtube. Can anyone help on that issue?
     
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    LSU 52 Tenn 25

    Team played like shit, dropped passes, multiple turnovers and a nonexistant defense, enough said.
     
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    Tenn Downs Notre Dame​


    An impressive battle between the two as both defenses forced many turnovers but also allowed many scores. In the end Tennessee had the higher powered offense in this one. They improve to 3-1.

    Box Score

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
    Name 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
    ND 0 10 14 0 24
    Tenn 0 14 17 3 34



    Notable Players:

    N. Stephens 24/41, 279 yds, 2 TD, 2 yds, 1 TD

    B. Brown 33 Rec, 118yds, 1 TD

    G. Jones 7 Rec, 95 yds, 2 TD

    B. Martin 12 Tack, 2 TFL, 1 Sack
     
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    Georgia Thrashes Tennessee


    Game opens with Georgia going 3 and out. Tenn then conducts a seemingly scoring drive but WR G. Jones fumbles the ball. Georgia promptly takes advantage of this and drives right down the field for a TD (missing the PAT though). There drive is tragic as they lose WR R. Wooten for the season to a torn Achilles tendon.

    Georgia's defense then comes out and manhandles Tenn. Forcing three picks (one for a TD) and two fumbles (one reversed). Their offense fires on all cylinders as they gain a 34-0 lead, embarassing a promising Tenn team. Late in the second Tenn finally gets on the board.

    Several mishaps later Georgia basically won in the 3rd quarter. At the end of it score was 55-14. Tenn scores immmediately at the start of the 4th but down by 34 points, it looked impossible.

    Tenn holds GA to a FG, makin the lead even steeper. After the whole game of drops and stupid throws Tenn finally shapes up and plays like they should...just a little late don't you think. Final score 58-28. Quite an embarassing lose, especially in conference. Tenn is now 3-2 (1-2). SEC has proven to be extemely tough this year. I wouldn't be surprised to see LSU or Georgia win it.
     
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    Crimson Tide washes out Neyland Stadium

    Bama 45 Tenn 14

    What was supposed to be one of the most exciting games of the season turned out to be a snoozer, at least for the Volunteers behalf. Not until the 4th quarter did they get on the board. One with a long bomb to the receiver and the following drive Bryce Brown busted a big one from the line of scrimmage. Props goes to Coack Dakota as his Crimson Tide Rolled Rolled and Rolled some more over Tennessee's defense, which played one of it's worst ever since Coach Masler took over. Bama's runningback was able to slice through the D line like it was warm butter. Good game on your part Dakota, I just could not get the defense together in this game. I hope we get the chance to meet again in the Conference Championship, providing all goes right on my side. Good luck on your side, LSU is definitely a handful if you haven't yet played them.
     
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    Volunteers rebound against South Carolina


    The Vols took on SEC oppenent South Carolina today. South Carolina started out going 3 and out and Tenn followed up with a 3 min drive that ended with 7 points. South Carolina answered with a HUGE TD run, tieing it up.

    14-14 after the 1st, the Vols miss a FG and lose their starting QB for 2 qtrs due to a dislocated shoulder. Time for the freshman to earn his stripes. He drives down the field and sets them up for 3. Score is now 17-14. Nearing the end of the half Tenn attempts to stall S. Carolina once again and keep the lead going into the half. Unfortunately S. Carolina shredded the secondary and went up 21-17 at the half.

    Tenn opens up the half with a great drive right down to the redzone only to throw a pick. Good as punt I always say. So Carolina is stuck on their 5 yd line. To plays later the DT busts through the line and delivers a loss. So Carolina is now sweating, on 3rd and 13 on their 2 yd line. The next play they choose to run and barely make it past the line of scrimmage. Good hold by the D.

    On the goal line, Tenn fails to convert the 4th and in for the TD, backing So Carolina into their endzone once again. Again they force the 3 and out. Score is still 17-21, in favor of the Gamecocks. Next drive Tenn comes out fired up, on 3rd and 10 Tenn has no open receivers, Ernst scrambles out and gains 43 yards. Very next play he hits the HB and scores a nice TD. So Carolina gets a FG to tie it up 24-24. With 10 seconds remaning in the third Bryce Brown busts a 85 yd KO return. Score is now 31-24.

    So Carolina answers with a great drive to tie it again. Unfortunately for them for the remainder of the quarter their offense when 3 and out twice and their D allowed two more TD's. Final score was 45-31.

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    Bryce Brown's big TD reception.

    Box Score

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
    Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
    Tenn 7 10 14 14 45
    S Car 7 14 3 7 31


    Notable Players:

    N. Stephens 16/25, 225 yds, 2 TD

    E. Ernst 10/20, 119 yds, 1 TD

    B. Brown 29 Car, 137 yds, 2 TD, 4 Rec, 42 yds 1 TD, 3 KR, 128 yds, 1 TD

    G. Jones 7 Rec, 100 yds, 1 TD
     
  9. ThaEra25

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    Good bounce back game!
     
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    Volunteers hold off Rebels in OT Thriller

    This is a hostile game as the #22 Ole Miss Rebels come into Neyland Stadium and face the Tennessee Volunteers. The Vols look to possibly get back into the low rankings this season with a win against Miss but we all know the Rebels won't give it up so easy.

    The first quarter was exciting as Ole Miss struck for 7 in less than a minute. The Vols came out strong but settled for 3. After consecutive 3 and outs, Ole Miss gives the ball back to Tennessee, who's passing game drives right down the field and sets up a Bryce Brown TD. End of the first it's 10-7 in favor of the Vols.

    Ole Miss comes out strong again, only to make it to midfield and end up at 4th and 4. Typical of the CPU they attempt to go for it and screw themselves by throwing and incomplete pass. Tenn now has great field position. Nine plays later Tenn pushes their lead to 17-7. Ole Miss takes a lot of time and scores before half. Score is 17-14, Volunteers.

    Tenn goes 3 and out opening up the half. Ole Miss follows up by scoring in one play, making it 21-17. Tenn drives down the field but a dropped TD pass sets up a FG. Vols are now down 20-21. The D comes out and forces a 3 and out. In the redzone, WR Warren gives up the ball on a fumble. Ole Miss of course drives right down the field and converts on 4th down for a TD. They miss the PAT.

    Into the 4th the score is 27-20, in favor of Ole Miss. Tenn drives down to the 4 yard line and fails to get into the endzone. A frustrated Coach Masler hangs his head, thinking all is over. But, 3 plays later CB P. Wagner pick 6s Ole Miss, tieing the score at 27. On another 4th and 10 Ole Miss goes for it and converts. That crap is really starting to piss me off. Two plays later Ole Miss gains the lead. Tenn manages to score with 10 sec left to tie it at 34. Here we come OT.

    Ole Miss takes Offense first. On 3rd and 9, Snead gets hit as he throws and J. Jackson intercepts (User Pick) the ball, turning back the Rebels. Bryce Brown comes out and shreds the D with his running ability. Final score 40-34.

    "Yes, we took to the air in the 4th, Ole Miss had an incredible Rush Defense. Their weakness was the Pass D, so we exploited it. Good Game to the Rebels," Coach Masler commented after. The sullen look on his face had been lifted by a big grin. A nice comeback for the Vols.

    We were right when we said the Rebels wouldn't give up easy, what a game! The Volunteers have now beaten 4 out of the 6 ranked teams they have played. Surely a force to be reckoned with once Coach Masler gets a couple seasons under his belt.

    Box Score

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7
    Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
    Miss 7 7 13 7 0 34
    Tenn 10 7 3 14 6 40


    Notable Players:

    N. Stephens 34/52, 450 yds, 2 TD

    B. Brown 31 Car, 86 yds, 2 TD, 6 Rec, 56 yds, 1 TD

    G. Jones 9 Rec, 96 yds

    B. Warren 8 Rec, 112 yds

    D. Oku 5 Rec, 93 yds

    Z. Rodgers 3 Rec, 66 yds, 1 TD

    J. Jackson 8 Tack, 1 INT

    P. Wagner 1 Tack, 1 INT, 18 INT yds, 1 INT TD
     
  11. ThaEra25

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    Damn...impressive win! Vols trying to make the SEC race interesting by holding up their end of the bargain...
     
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    Volunteers increase win streak to 3!!​



    The Vols head in to Memphis to face the Tigers. Memphis is obviously the underdog in this one, but you never know. This reporter predicts a blowout.

    First quarter wasn't very eventful. Memphis' offense stalls on every drive and Tenn goes up 10-0.

    Start of the second Memphis comes out and gets stopped but on 4th and 6 (again!) they go for it and convert. Total BS, wish this crap would stop..anyway they manage to get a Td. 10-7. Last TD they will see if the Vols have anything to say about it. After scoring a TD, Tenn comes out and forces a fumble...and wait...YES! they recover. Possession regained around the Memphis 30 yd line. The Vols miss out on a TD chance due to losing WR Warren for 2 qtrs. 17-7 into the half.

    Tigers get the ball first in the half. Can the Vols hold them off like promised?

    No, they can't. Somehow a huge hole opened up in the defense and allowed the Tigers to score. 24-14. Tennessee answers in two plays with a TD pass to Rodgers. 31-14. Memphis tries on 4th down again and fails. Ball goes back to the Vols. Memphis once again opens up on the secondary. 31-21. Looks like Tenn cursed themselves with their earlier statement. But the cursed is immediately lifted as WR Jones returns a kick to the house. Tennessee manages to keep a safe 3 score lead. 38-21.

    And so the home stretch starts 38-21. Let's hope the Volunteers can hold off Memphis and seal a nice win on the road. It may not happen. Memphis strikes with vengeance and makes it a 2 score game. 38-28. Nothing doing says Tennessee, Oku catches a long TD pass. These teams are just trading TD's, simply unbelievable. 45-28. A stop on D helps Tenn out, they turn on the Chew Clock and sit back. And time slowly wound down to a 45-28 final. Solid win by Tennessee.

    "I'll have to admit Memphis scared me there for a bit, their QB had a great day, heck the kid racked up 440 yds passing on my defense, looks like they need some extra practice," Coach Masler commented afterwards. Tennessee defense was able to hold Memphis to just 46 rushing Yards (no rushing TDs) and brought the QB down 5 times.

    The Volunteers improve to 6-3(3-3), gaining bowl eligibility. They are on a 3 game win streak as they prepare to host SEC oppoenent Vanderbilt in Week 12.

    Box Score

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
    Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
    Tenn 10 7 21 7 45
    Mem 0 7 14 7 28


    Notable Players:

    N. Stephens 16/23, 316 yds, 3 TD

    B. Brown 27 Att, 173 yds, 2 TD, 3 Rec, 19 yds

    D. Oku 4 Rec, 81 yds, 1 TD

    Z. Rodgers 4 Rec, 113yds, 1 TD (this guy knew when to be open lol)

    S. Fowlkes 6 Tack, 3 TFL, 3 Sack

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    Credit for this video goes to WhyGodWhy. Amazing..
     
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    Nashville silent after ugly day​


    Tennessee regains their ranking after last weeks win, sitting at #24. This week they travel on the road to face the Commodores of Vanderbilt.

    Volunteers take the ball first and lead a commanding first drive with a combo of air and run. 7-0. The D then forces a 3 and out. The run plays a huge factor the next drive as HB Oku scores his second rushing TD of the day. 14-0. Vandy comes out strong the next drive only have the WR lose it on a fumble. Vandy holds to 3. 17-0 to end the first.

    Bryce Brown comes out and rips apart the defense surpassing 1,000 rushing yards on the season. Sadly the Vols are forced to punt. Vandy manages to tack on a FG. 17-3. Brown then comes out and brings the kick inside Vandys 10 yd line. Then misfortune finally strikes, Stephens loses the ball on a fumble, Vandy recovers. Vandy makes an impressive drive only to throw pick inside the 20. The running game again makes a show, Oku scores his 3rd rushing TD. 24-3 into the half.

    Vandy scores quick, 24-10. Motivated by the quick score Vandy manages a pick. Volunteers want revenge and get two sacks making it a long 3rd and 23, which Vandy amazingly converts for a TD. Now the Vols are sweating as it's only a 7 point game. 24-17. NO! says the kick returner, we are keeping our lead. 31-17. Vols force another 3rd and 23. This time the Vandy QB loses the ball in the endzone for a Volunteer TD. 38-17. Couple drives later Bryce Brown scores his own rushing TD. 45-17 into the 4th.

    4th quarter was pretty uneventful as Tennessee played the clock and Vandy couldn't get their offense started. Final 45-17.

    "I'm proud of my boys, they controlled the trenches. We've been trying to get a good running game started and I think we are starting to achieve that," said Coach Masler. "Still quite disappointed we sit 3rd in the SEC East though." The Vols with a win over SEC Opponent Kentucky next week should finish second over South Carolina. Both teams would have conference records of 5-3, giving Tenn the tiebreaker. Tenn improves to 7-3(4-3), with a 4 game win streak at the helm.

    Box Score

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
    Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
    Tenn 17 7 21 0 45
    Vandy 0 3 14 0 17


    Notable Players:

    N. Stephens 16/18, 178 yds, 88% Comp (Highest of year)

    B. Brown 35 Att, 197 yds, 1 TD

    D. Oku 9 Att, 47 yds, 3 TD

    V. Thomas 8 Tack, 6 TFL, 4 Sack **Tenn Player of the Game**

    Overall D forced 3 turnovers, 2 fumbles (1 for TD) and 1 INT.
     
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    Volunteers punish Wildcats​


    Tenn rises to #22 in the polls after last weeks win over Vandy. They face fierce rival Kentucky this week in a home game.

    Tenn loses the ball to an INT off a tip. Kentucky makes an impressive drive but turns it over on downs. Tenn takes just two plays for Brown to run it 53 yds for a TD. Very next play Tenn pick 6s (user pick)to go up 14-0. Kentucky attempts to get going but throws another pick. WR Warren takes advantage and makes it 21-0. Wildcats manage to get on the board after a cheap 4th down conversion. 21-7. Brown says two can play the run game and takes a handoff 72 yds for a TD. 28-7 to end the first.

    Kentucky scores again on the run. 28-14. On the ensuing kick return the Vols lose the ball on a fumble. Kentucky cannot capitalize and lose it on downs again. Tenn drives right down and makes it 35-14. Kentucky answers again on the ground. 35-21 to end the half.

    Tenn decides to keep the starters in for now as it is only a two score game. Kentucky starts off with 3. 35-24. Another great drive for a TD. 42-24. Tenn will sub in their backups now. Kentucky takes advantage of this and scores. 42-31. Vols fail to make their FG but pick off the Wildcats on the very next play. 42-31 to end the 3rd. Vols manage 3 out of it. 45-31.

    Fourth quarter was controlled by Tennessee as their defense forces turnovers and punts. D. Oku scores one more TD to seal this game away. 52-31 Final.

    "The defense played awesome today," commented Masler.

    Indeed they did, accumulating 4 INT and 8 sacks.

    To finish off the season they head to Michigan to battle the Central Michigan Chippewas. Tenn had increased to 8-3(5-3), their win streak increases to 5 in a row. With bowl projections also out, in Week 13 they have the Vols vs the Nittany Lions in the Outback Bowl

    Box Score

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
    Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
    UK 7 14 10 0 31
    Tenn 28 7 7 10 52


    Notable Stats:

    N. Stephens -- 18/27, 239 yds, 3 TD

    B. Brown -- 14 Att, 199 yds, 2 TD, 2 Rec, 35 yds

    B. Warren -- 6 Rec, 137 yds, 1 TD

    G. Jones -- 5 Rec, 32 yds, 2 TD

    V. Thomas -- 6 Tack, 4 TFl, 4 Sack

    D. Myles -- 4 Tack, 1 INT, 45 INT yds, 1 INT TD
     
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    Vols whoop Chips


    Tennessee heads into Michigan to battle the Chippewas in the last game of the season. The Vols rose to #21 this week and passed South Carolina to secure a 2nd place ranking in their SEC division.

    First quarter started out quiet as both teams punt. Bryce Brown spices things up as he gets a 33yd TD rush to add on to his great year. 7-0. Score remains the same after the first.

    Punting to the 1 yard line CMU drives 96 yds to get a FG. 7-3. The Vols have no trouble rushing down field and fooling CMU with the PA Pass. TE Stocker catches it for 6. 14-3. Tenn goes 3 and out but no worries as they pick 6 a couple plays later. 21-3. CMU finally finds the endzone after a crazy air attack. 21-10. After a poorly throw pass Tenn gets picked off and CMU puts up another FG. 21-13 at halftime.

    After CMU fails to do anything opening up the half. Tenn gets the balls and scores nearly instantly. Stocker was wide open and caught a 79 yd pass, getting caught inches before the TD. QB Stephens walks into the endzone next play. 28-13. Another FG for CMU. 28-16. WR Warren catches a nice pass for a TD. 35-16. CMU goes 3 and out, wait no! 4 and out after a failed fake punt. 35-16 after 3.

    WR Gerald Jones catches what was supposed to be a 1st down, instead it turns into 6. 42-16. Late in the 4th CMU finds the endzone for the second time. 42-23 Final.

    Tennessee finishes off the season on a high note. They finish 9-3 overall behind the big 6 win game streak. After what looked like a declining season they made their presence known. Good job Vols.

    "I'm proud of my team, we lost a couple big games, but we made the best out of our season," Coach Masler said afterwards. His Seniors have one more game with Coach Masler. Big names leaving are:

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
    Name Position
    N. Stephens QB
    G. Jones WR
    B. Warren WR
    L. Stocker TE
    J. Shaw RT
    C. Walker LE
    B. Martin RE
    V. Thomas DT
    C. Nelson DT
    S. Frazier LOLB
    N. Reveiz MLB
    D. Rogan CB


    Those leaving are at least rated 84 or above. It's going to hurt to lose these guys but they have some pretty good backups and with the recruits I have gained, next season looks great.

    With that win, the Vols are looking at the Cotton Bowl vs Kansas.

    Box Score

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
    Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
    Tenn 7 14 14 7 42
    CMU 0 13 3 7 23


    Notable Stats

    N. Stephens 15/22, 275 yds, 3 TD, 1 Rush TD

    B. Brown 24 Att, 132 yds, 1 TD

    L. Stocker 3 Rec, 119yds, 1 TD

    N. Reveiz 12 Tack, 1 TFL

    J. Jackson 3 Tack, 1 TFL, 1 INT, 22 INT yds, 1 INT TD
     
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    Volunteers win Cotton Bowl


    Coach Masler and his Volunteers face off against tough opponent Coach Wader and his Huskers.

    The game started off close 7-7. But the Volunteers gained a two score lead due to some costly turnovers. After the half things began to click for Nebraska's offense. They cut the lead at one point to 35-28. But after a punt HB David Oku ran 60 yards for a TD to seal the win. A FG later made the final 45-28.

    Well played Wader, I was worried there for a minute. Good Luck next season with your team :D.


    Notable Volunteer Stats:

    N. Stephens 19/23, 235 yds, 3 TD

    B. Brown 28 Att, 130 yds

    D. Oku 4 Att, 67 yds, 3 TD **POTG**

    G. Jones 5 Rec, 106 yds, 1 TD

    Defense forced two picks, two fumbles and two sacks.

    Notable Husker stats:

    C. Green 8/15, 167 yds, 1 TD

    R. Helu 20 Att, 119 yds

    Q. Castille 12 Att, 61 yds, 3 TD **POTG**

    Defense had 2 forced fumbles and 2 sacks.
     

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