This is astounding.
The Vols haven’t won the SEC East division since 2007, and challenged only once.
They’ve had one winning SEC record in the last 10 years and three conference records of 1-7 or worse.
During that time, they’ve had a winning record against just two SEC teams – Kentucky and Vanderbilt – but the Commodores have won four of the last six. That hasn’t happened since before Gen. Neyland was hired to run the UT program in 1926.
… Since 2008, the Vols are 24-56 in SEC play: 24-32 against East opponents, 2-22 against the West.
It’s hard to believe but UT has a losing record against South Carolina over the past decade and a losing record against every team in the West, except Mississippi State (1-1).
If Tennessee manages a winning conference record, does Jeremy Pruitt get a contract extension?