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Tennessee’s dream run might be over, but with the winning culture the Vols built this season and the recruits that saw the journey, Josh Heupel has the keys to the future of the SEC. Hendon Hooker’s ACL tear is heartbreaking, and NFL scouts should give him a chance because of his work ethic, but Tennessee has no shortage of healthy stars to help them beat Vanderbilt. Jabari Small and Jaylen Wright’s contributions on the ground are a big reason the Vols had the most dynamic offense in the country this year. The two-headed monster of a backfield averaged 190.6 rushing yards a game behind an offensive line that was tougher to ambush than Trump’s border. Future NFL talents Jalen Hyatt and Cedric Tillman man a receiving core that went for 3,837 passing yards this year. Joe Milton is filling in for Hooker in the Nation’s most well-oiled offensive machine. Speaking of Milton, his limited time behind center at Tennessee has been impressive. Through two years of playing backup quarterback, Milton has gone 55-of-95, completing 57.9% of his passes for 948 yards, 8 touchdowns, and 0 interceptions. That’s good enough for a 169.5 quarterback rating. And no disrespect to Vanderbilt, but the Commodores aren’t exactly Georgia on defense. Vanderbilt is allowing the most passing yards per game in the SEC this year (299.2), they rarely get pressure on opposing quarterbacks (4.46% sack rate), and they give up over 150 rushing yards a game on average. 

This game is a matchup nightmare for Vanderbilt. Clark Lea’s program has pieced together two nice wins against Florida and Kentucky, but Tennessee is a whole different animal. A lot of Vandy’s production comes from averaging 160.1 rushing yards per game, but they won’t do that against Tennessee’s run defense. Opponents only averaged 112.3 rushing yards a game against the Vols, who, before last week’s loss, had the second best run defense in the SEC. Vegas likes the Vols -17, and the Vols will have no problem covering that and finishing their regular season strong. There’s a bowl game to win. Take the Vols moneyline to get your free $150 from DraftKings!

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