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Blowing out Mizzou to the tune of a program-record 724 total yards after a loss to Georgia was the perfect rebound that Tennessee needed- kind of like my ex’s new boyfriend. Hi Cameron. Anyway, the Vols still have an excellent chance of making it to the College Football Playoff, and the Nation’s best offense was back to business last Saturday. Hendon Hooker went 25 for 35 with 355 yards passing and three touchdowns. He had a QB rating of 184.9 and walked away from the contest without throwing a pick, proving that he could shake off a bad performance and keep on trucking. While he’s no longer the favorite to win the Heisman, CJ Stroud still has to play Michigan, and Hooker’s finishing the season against two of the SEC’s worst defenses. He has guided the Vols to No. 1 in scoring offense and total offense, so whatever happens from a personal accolades standpoint is up to God…and Jim Harbaugh, I guess. We all know what Tennessee is at this point. They eviscerated LSU, won an instant classic at home against ‘Bama, and emasculated Kentucky so badly that Jordan Peterson probably showed up to their facilities for a lecture. The Vols are averaging 195.5 rushing yards a game, and they take care of the football as well as any team in college football- they currently have the eighth-best turnover margin in college football at +9. Against a South Carolina defense that’s allowing 197.8 rushing yards a game, the Jabari Small and Jaylen Wright tandem will be running all over Columbia on Saturday.
South Carolina has had an up-and-down year. They beat Texas A&M, a ranked Kentucky, and Vanderbilt but suffered a bad loss to a terrible Mizzou team and are coming off a 32-point ass-kicking by the Florida Gators. Recently, South Carolina has had more trouble establishing the run than the late Stephen Hawking did. Last weekend, USC was outgained 374 yards to 44 on the ground, and that’s not going to improve against a Tennessee defense that’s, on average, only allowing 107.8 yards per game (against way better teams, mind you). Anybody with eyeballs can identify Tennessee’s weakness is their secondary, but that shouldn’t be a problem against Spencer Rattler. Rattler has often shown flashes of the quarterback everyone knew in high school, but at others, he’s been pretty bad. He hasn’t thrown for over 200 yards since September, and he has the most interceptions in the SEC this year- many of his best-looking spirals have gone to the other team. Since Tennessee went to Death Valley and handed LSU their worst loss of the year, they’ll be able to handle the bright lights in South Carolina. Tennessee is a perfect 3-0 ATS when playing as at least 21.5-point favorites. Tennessee is also 8-2 ATS, whereas South Carolina is 5-5. Vegas likes Tennessee -21.5, and they will cover that with ease. And Moneyline? Next question. Take the Vols moneyline to get your free $200 from DraftKings!