No. 8 – November 24 @ Vanderbilt
Coming in as one of the easiest games of the season is the game on November 24 in Nashville. The Commodores aren’t a good team. In fact, they are probably the worst team in the SEC this season. And, if they don’t win at least six games, which they won’t, they will be searching for a new head coach next season.
Like Kentucky, Vanderbilt has the bragging rights against the Vols at the current moment. Actually, the Commodores have owned Tennessee football this past half decade. And, yet again, like Kentucky that stops soon.
There is no chance that Jeremy Pruitt losses to Vanderbilt and Kentucky in the same season. I honestly don’t think Pruitt will lose to either of them. He is recruiting at a high level and has much more talent than the Commodores.
This game shouldn’t be much of a problem for the Vols next season unless injuries happen and then you never know how the season could spiral out of control. Plus, it is the last game of the season, and a lot of pressure could be on the Vols trying to make it to a bowl game.
Moving on to the rest of the schedule, there aren’t any games left that are for sure wins. However, there are some toss-up games that the Vols could surely win.