I'm glad to see the SEC is well represented in the top 10, I don't really understand the Tennessee love either, or Auburn either. It's going to be a 3 team race between Georgia, LSU and Florida I think.
Originally posted by TheCowAs a Tennessee fan, nothing scares me more than reading in ESPN's take on the top 25 than saying that Tennessee's returning to a power running game with C.J. Leak as the quarterback.
Didn't we try that two years ago? Wasn't it ...pretty bad? Am I missing something?
There hasn't been anything good about the Tennessee offense in the last three years, with the last couple of years under a quarterback with experience. I'm scared of how bad the offense will be with virtually no experience at the QB spot, regardless of what style they decide to run. (but on paper, it would dictate going to a running game, they have a ton of experience at the tailback spot)
(edited by ges7184 on 31.7.04 1742) The Bored are already here. Idle hands are the devil's workshop. And no... we won't kill dolphins. But koalas are fair game.
Well, a couple of years ago, I distinctly remember Randy Sanders "run it up the middle" offense. This was a style of offense that would be run no matter what. We could have wide-open WRs, 11 men in the box... and we're going up the middle.
Our only saving grace (as always) is Colquitt. How sad is it that you have to pin your hopes for a good season on your punter, anyway?
Early schedule news, the opening weekend national games, and the Thanksgiving games have been announced: Thursday Sept. 10 8:30 Eastern (NBC)- Tennessee at Pittsburgh Sunday Sept. 13 8:30 Eastern (NBC)- Chicago at Green Bay Monday Sept.