No. 2 – Jauan Jennings will have a two-touchdown game
Jauan Jennings hasn’t seen the end zone since the 2016 Missouri game where he had two touchdowns grabs in a 63-37 rout. Jennings only had two targets in the West Virginia game, and both were completions for 29 yards.
With the First Pick
It looked like Jennings was going to be hard to deal with after breaking a few tackles on his first reception, but the Vols didn’t go back to him more than once. Why? Not a clue.
Going into the game, I thought Jennings was going to be the most hungry. And, he was. The Vols just didn’t get him the ball.
However, ETSU is a new game and a game where Jennings could go off for multiple touchdowns.
He is back in Neyland Stadium with fans hungry for a blowout.
Yeah, I like Jennings chances of over 100 receiving yards and at least two touchdowns.
The guy has a high motor, and he doesn’t care if East Tennessee State or Alabama is trying to stop him, he is going to try and make them look silly. Just ask Florida.
You’ll see just like Guarantano, Jennings should have a breakout year, and that starts with ETSU on Saturday.