What is Wrong with the Tennessee Passing Attack?

The Tennessee Volunteers came into last Saturday’s home matchup with the Oklahoma Sooners fresh off an explosive offensive showing over Bowling Green. They left Neyland Stadium defeated 31-24 in double overtime after jumping out to a 17-0 early in the second quarter. A sudden shift in Oklahoma’s defensive strategy left the Vols without any answers and unable to score until the first overtime period. The Sooners game plan shut the Vols offense down by sending multiple players into the box to stop the running game and daring Tennessee to win through the air. The Vols were unable to do that. This post aims to determine why. Continue reading “What is Wrong with the Tennessee Passing Attack?”