The Tenn. Vols football team met fans’ expectations Saturday, when they easily won 51-13 against the Georgia State Panthers.
The Vols started much like the weather; a bit unsettled. With a light drizzle after a downpour just one hour prior to the game, the Tennessee home schedule got underway.
The Vols, led by Tyler Bray who went 18 of 20 passing and 310 yards for the game, marched down the field in 13 plays and 78 yards, scoring the first touchdown in the first quarter, highlighted by a 22-yard pass from Bray to tight end Mychal Rivera to the one-yard-line. Rajion Neal scored from the one on a run.
The Panthers came storming back, however, with a 14-play, 60-yard drive capped off by a 32-yard field goal by Christian Benvenuto.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.