KNOXVILLE, Tenn., — The Tennessee offense to find much consistency for the fifth time in as many
games when the Vols lost 41-0 to Georgia Saturday.
The shutout snapped a streak lasting 23 years and 298 games in which the Vols scored a point.
Coach Butch Jones said after the loss in his press conference the offensive struggles came from multiple areas.
“We never established any rhythm,” Jones said. “We didn’t establish any tempo. I don’t think we had any explosive plays.
We have to up the tempo, we need explosive plays and we need consistency when we run the football.
“It was as bad of an offensive performance I’ve ever been a part of and it’s inexcusable.”