A loss to the Georgia State Panthers killed Tennessee football’s stock as a whole. Here is our stock report for the Volunteers following week one of 2019.
If you could draw an analogy to the economy, Tennessee football was in a recession before the season started. However, this was supposed to be a season in which the UT stock market rebounded, and instead it tanked.
That’s what things are looking like for the Vols after a 38-30 loss to the Georgia State Panthers that wasn’t even that close. When you consider that they were down 38-23 to a team that was 2-10 in the Sun Belt with less than 10 seconds to go, things look a heck of a lot worse.
All of a sudden, a turnaround doesn’t appear to be on the horizon. Tennessee football is sinking from what seemed like a long recession back into a depression, and it has everybody worried on Rocky Top.
So after this, where are the areas Vol fans can put their stock in? Who can they bet on for the future? And who should they turn against? In this post, we’re going to break all of that down, looking at the good, bad and ugly after the Vols’ loss to Georgia State.
Yes, there are very few good things coming off such a bad loss. But a couple of areas stood out in a positive way, and believe it or not, we saw signs of units and players who should be much better in the future.
As a result, our stock report on the Vols after a horrible loss to start 2019 does have a few positives. And those positives are worth watching for heading into the future. Even this game should not be enough to quit on them yet.
Simply put, Pruitt’s program has a lot to work on, but it also has things it can maximize. Let’s take a look at all of that. This is our Tennessee football stock report following the Vols’ 38-30 loss to the Georgia State Panthers.