I am very excited to introduce my latest project. This football season, I will be writing a series of articles for FOX Sports Knoxville, titled Vols Film Study.
Vols Film Study will take an in-depth look at Tennessee each week, and analyze what happened on the field. The articles will be very similar to what has been posted on Football Concepts in the past.
You can read the first two articles in the Vols Film Study series by clicking below.
Vols Film Study: The Counter Play
Vols Film Study: Kirkland, Reeves-Maybin, and the Blitz
Last week we looked at Tennessee’s backfield and discussed why they have the potential to be one of the best position groups in the nation in 2016. But for all the positive with the Vols offense in 2015, there was a glaring problem that held the offense back: Tennessee lacked big plays, especially in the passing game. Continue reading “The Search for a Big Play Receiver”
Tennessee’s offense was very good in 2015. The Vols were third in the SEC with an average of 35.2 points per game, while their 223.69 rushing yards per game was second only to LSU. The total rushing yards (2,908) were the second best total in school history, coming in right behind the 1951 National Champion squad. Tennessee’s 457 total points on the season also is the second-best mark in school history, barely finishing behind the 471 points scored by the Vols in 1993. Continue reading “The Best Backfield in America”