Tennessee Vols: A new Beginning This week the Vols returned to the Swap to take on #1 florida, hoping to catch them with their pants down after losing their coach. Tennesse, however, is also suffering a coaching change as Lane Kiffin had already worn out his welcome. The Vols obviously came out uneasy, giving up two quick scores in 3 plays to the Gators, with a Crompton INT mixed in. Tennessee tried to establish a running game early with Montario Hardesty, with varied success, but eventually had to abandon it to keep up with Tebow and the Gators. The passing attack has a lot of work to do, mainly from the receiving standpoint. Crompton was a measly 25-50 attempts, with 4 tds and 2 Ints. Most of his incompletions were dropped, 3 by #1 WR G. Jones. The standout performer for the Vols had to be unheralded WR Brandon Warren, who left the stadium with over 100 yards receiving. The turning point in the game came when the Vols had pulled within a TD, on the Florida 40 yard line, and Crompton missed a wide open Jones on a fly pattern. That play may have represented the only chance the Orange and White faithful had at pulling even.