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The Tennessee Volunteers ran a very strange trick play on Saturday in which none of their offensive linemen moved after the snap. The play failed miserably, as Florida’s defensive players not only just blow by the static linemen and lay a big hit on the Vols QB, but Tennessee was also flagged for offensive pass interference on the play.
I think it’s safe to say that’s the last we’ve seen of that play.
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