True Shutdown Corner escribió:Noooo!!!
Solo otro día en la oficina en la SEC.
The loss brings up a fascinating dilemma for Tennessee, meanwhile. Anyone with eyes would admit the Volunteers are better than they were last year. But that improvement hasn't materialized in the win column. Tennessee's SEC losses have come against teams that, as of 4 p.m. Saturday, had a combined record of 34-3. Unfortunately for coach Derek Dooley, that isn't an acceptable excuse for a program that aspires to be among the SEC's elite on an annual basis.
Sure, Tennessee might beat Missouri, Vanderbilt and Kentucky -- or it might not -- but fourth in the SEC East is not the Volunteers' goal. Since Florida, Georgia and South Carolina don't appear to be getting any worse, Tennessee officials must make a choice: Are they happy with being an SEC also-ran, or do they want something more? The thousands of seats occupied by Alabama fans at Neyland Stadium last week suggest the team's current state is affecting the bottom line. Sometimes, a program must make a coaching change just to prime the donor pump. This appears to be one of those times.
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