The number 23 play in our countdown to determine the best plays of Tennessee’s 2015 season is Coleman Thomas’s block and Jalen Hurd’s catch and run versus Kentucky. Continue reading “Top 35 Plays of 2015: #23 – Thomas Blocks Two”
The number 28 play in our countdown to determine the best plays of Tennessee’s 2015 season is Jalen Hurd’s big hit in the Georgia game.
Continue reading “Top 35 Plays of 2015: #28 – Jalen Hurd’s Big Hit”
With 1:17 left in the first half, Tennessee had the ball at their own 17 yard line and trailed to the Georgia Bulldogs, 21-10. Georgia was set to get the ball to start the second half and had scored a touchdown on each of their previous 3 possessions, so the Vols desperately needed a quick drive to put points on the board and keep the game close.
The Texas Tech Red Raiders lost to the Oklahoma State Cowboys 45-35 on Thursday night. Halfway through the third quarter, down 28-14, Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury used some misdirection to catch the Cowboys off guard and get the ball in the end zone. The Red Raiders faked a jet sweep and then threw a swing screen to the opposite side. Oklahoma State’s defenders overreacted to the jet sweep action and running back Justin Stockton was able to score from 17 yards out. Continue reading “Red Raiders Dial Up Swing Screen”
Something that Tennessee does a lot is run inside zone with the slot receiver on the backside running a bubble screen. When you run this play as much as the Vols do, you must have constraint plays to prevent the defense from being overaggressive on your base plays. Against Arkansas State, Tennessee unveiled one of their counters to the bubble screen. While the pass was ultimately incomplete, it was a well drawn up play and worth a second look.
Here is another packaged play that Tennessee has run in each of their games so far this season. Rather combining a run and a pass like the previous packaged plays we looked at, this play packages a swing screen to one side with a quick pass to the other.