Tennessee football’s 40-14 loss to the West Virginia Mountaineers leaves a lot of negatives heading into this week. Here is the Volunteers’ stock report.
It’s a new era for Tennessee football, but fans are feeling a bit down after such a bad loss to kick off Jeremy Pruitt’s tenure in Knoxville. At 0-1 and still among the worst of the SEC, Rocky Top remains near rock bottom.
However, in the stock market, things being bottomed out means there’s a good time to buy. And, as any economist will tell you, selling is not always the smart move when stocks collapse. It all depends on a combination of how things are doing and where they are projected to go.
With just one game after a new offensive and defensive system, this certainly applies to Tennessee football. There are plenty of reasons to speculate heavily on this team, and that’s what we’re going to do for you here.
In this post, we will give you the stock report on all aspects of the Vols. This is a new thing we’re trying this year, and it’s different from what we have done previous seasons. Our stock report will look at more than just whose stock is up and whose stock is down. Those will just be the first two pages of this post.
Following that, we’ll also give you stocks we project to rise as the season goes on. And we’ll finish it off with stocks we project to fall. Also, the report can touch on anything related to the Vols. It can focus on an individual, a unit, or something else random. Everything depends on the previous week.
Finally, there never has to be an exact number for stocks that are up and down. Some weeks, the Vols can have multiple stocks going one way and just one or two going the other. It all depends on how things are going. So let’s go ahead and break this down for you. Here is our Tennessee football stock report following the first week of 2018.