Some units showed drastic improvement in Tennessee football’s loss to the BYU Cougars. Here is our Volunteers stock report following their 0-2 start.
Well, it’s safe to say that the stock report for Tennessee football as a whole remains low. An 0-2 start with two losses to Group of Five schools is a very bad way to kick off Jeremy Pruitt’s second season on Rocky Top.
But it’s not over yet. And even though they lost again, their stock this week may be slightly on the rise over last week. So UT may be a stock to invest in. Or, given the upcoming schedule and the fact that they couldn’t cash in on two easy games, a collapse may be coming.
Either way, there are lots of things to address with the 2019 Tennessee football team, and panic hasn’t been this high since the Vols started things off 0-6 in 1988 under head coach Johnny Majors. Could that happen again?
It’s unlikely with the Chattanooga Mocs coming to town, but 1-4 is almost a certainty now, and if they lose this one, then 0-12 is a very strong possibility. So improvement needs to come fast, and it’s time to analyze where it needs to come from.
Our stock report this week won’t be too surprising when it comes to at least one guy whose stock is down and a couple of guys whose stocks are up. Beyond units this week, there are quite a few specific individuals who have stock to analyze.
Units as a whole and things that are being touted are coming into the mix as well. The fact is we still don’t fully know what to make of this team, even after they have started off 0-2 and the season looks like a complete loss.
So what could turn it around? Who is the biggest reason for this team struggling? Let’s take a look with our Tennessee football Week Two stock report following the Vols’ 29-26 heartbreaking overtime loss to the BYU Cougars.