It was a curious game for Oregon's defense. They controlled the game despite having no sacks or tfls in four quarters of football, containing Tennessee's pedestrian, careful offense and limiting big plays. The Vols completed one pass for 51 yards, but didn't have a pass for more than 14 yards or a run of more than 12 yards the rest of the way.
The Ducks kept everything in front of them and made Tennessee try to sustain drives. Nick Aliotti's unit was stubborn and persistent, and the Vols, still developing under a new coaching staff had trouble keeping pace, not moving the ball consistently until Oregon emptied the bench in the fourth quarter.
A lot of Hart: Taylor Hart wraps up Justin Worley with perfect D-line tackling technique in Saturday's 59-14 win over SEC foe Tennessee (Gary Breedlove, Eugene Daily News photo),
They substituted so liberally that 31 different Ducks made tackles in the game, and Brian Jackson led all tacklers with 6, including 5 solos. Taylor Hart was on ...