In 2013, Tennessee offensive coordinator Mike Bajakian called a reverse for his slot receiver. The Vols showed this play once earlier in 2014 against Arkansas State. Against Georgia, Bajakian added a new wrinkle to the play: a double reverse. Continue reading “Vols Pull Out Double Reverse”
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.
One of the new plays Tennessee showed against Georgia involved freshman running back Jalen Hurd lining up at quarterback and running with the ball. Continue reading “Vols Unveil “WildHurd” Formation”
Late in their game versus the Georgia Bulldogs, Tennessee needed a 2 point conversion to get within a field goal of Georgia. The score was 28-23 Bulldogs, and Butch Jones called a misdirection play to catch Georgia off guard and get 2 points.