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Undefeated Tennessee against undefeated Alabama at Neyland Stadium. Does it get any better than this? Judging by how much Alabama is favored, we can assume that Bryce Young will be back at quarterback for the Crimson Tide. And while Alabama’s reputation precedes itself, anybody that has watched every game knows that Tennessee has had a much more impressive year up to this point. The Vols beat Pittsburgh on the road, took care of business against a pesky Florida team at home, then emasculated LSU in Baton Rouge so badly last weekend that Brian Kelly is probably binge-watching Jordan Peterson as we speak. Now, can they beat Alabama for the first time since 2006? The Vols have the tools to do so. Hendon Hooker continued to add to his Heisman campaign last Saturday, completing 17-of-27 passes for 239 yards and two touchdowns. Jabari Small added 127 yards on the ground, and this Vols team sits second in the country, averaging 547.8 yards per game. What’s even more impressive is that Tennessee has had the SEC’s most dominant offense without their star receiver Cedric Tillman, who has been sidelined since week three with a high ankle sprain, however will be suited up this weekend.
The Vols have more offensive weapons than Kim Jong-un could ever dream of, with a defense that defends the runs better than Pepto Bismol. Tennessee’s defense only gives up 89.4 yards on the ground, good for seventh in the country. Last week, LSU could only put up a measly 55 yards on the ground. This game will come down to a banged-up Bryce Young against Tennessee’s secondary. While the Vols’ passing defense is their weakest point for opposing attack, Alabama is coming off a game where they barely escaped an upset against a Texas A&M team that could have lost to the Make-A-Wish team that played at halftime. ‘Bama also barely beat Texas, and they’ve been consistently undisciplined with penalties. This is the most beatable Alabama team that Tennessee has played in years, and with 100,000 plus drunk fans screaming in Orange, I like the Vols’ chances. Vegas likes Alabama -7.5, but Tennessee will win this game straight up. There’s no reason not to believe in the Josh Heupel era of Tennessee football, no matter how much he looks like an older Shane Gillis (shoutout to the Young Bull) sometimes on the sideline. Hendon Hooker will live up to his last name and get the job done no matter how hard things might get. Take the Vols Moneyline with your free bet from Caesars.