What a game. It’s been quite a while since the Tennessee Volunteers have won a game as important as their 38-28 victory over the Florida Gators. The win gives the Vols their first win over Florida since 2004, and the inside track to the SEC East.
The game didn’t start out well, as the Gators went up 21-0, and led 21-3 at half. Despite having good field position for most of the half, the Vols couldn’t capitalize, totaling only 162 yards and 3 points. After Dobbs threw his second interception of the game on the first possession of the second half, it looked all but over for the Vols.
But all of a sudden, the offense finally found its rhythm. The Vols exploded for 336 yards, scoring 38 straight points en route to a massive comeback victory. Dobbs led the charge, throwing for a career high 4 touchdowns in the second half. Offensive coordinator Mike DeBord called a brilliant second half, dialing up route concepts designed to attack Florida’s aggressive man coverage time and time again. With that being said, let’s take a look at Dobbs’ four touchdown passes that blew the game open.