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Several times this year, the Tennessee Volunteers have been close to pulling off a major upset. Today, the Vols finally managed to finished the job by knocking off No. 11 South Carolina in Knoxville. After this absurd one-handed catch by Marquez North helped moved Tennessee down the field on the final drive, kicker Michael Palardy was given the chance to win the game with a 19-yard chip shot field goal.
He nailed it:
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Raijon Neal contributed another touchdown to help the Vols upend No. 11 South Carolina (Photo Credit: news.yahoo.com)
Two weeks ago the Tennessee Volunteers had an injured Georgia Bulldogs team on the ropes, but let it slip through their fingers in overtime.
Coming off the bye week the Vols welcomed another top 25 opponent into Neyland Stadium, and though it seemed like déjà vu...
Michael Palardy made a 19-yard field goal as time expired
Saturday to give Tennessee a 23-21 victory over No. 11 South
Carolina that ended the Volunteers' 19-game losing streak against
Justin Worley's pass to Marquez North is complete for 39 yards to the South Carolina 26 for a 1ST down. Still not sure how he made this catch, but he did. FTW has more visual proof. Bam. **Follow us on Twitter, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return HomeFollow us on Twitter. Subscribe or Return to Bob's Blitz.
Tennessee Volunteers freshman wide receiver Marques North made an incredible one-handed catch with a South Carolina defender draped all over him during Saturday's 23-21 upset victory in Knoxville.
The play came on 3rd and 10 from the Tennessee 35-yard line on the game's final drive with under three minutes left in the game. North caught the 39-yard pass from QB Justin...
When a coach takes over a program with tradition, with a story, it is important that he puts his own signature on the program, to show that he’s capable of leading them. Butch Jones earned that right in the rain at Neyland Stadium today, as his Volunteers beat the 11th ranked South Carolina Gamecocks. It was the first time they had defeated a top-15 team since 2007, and for a program...
Tennessee wide receiver Marquez North made the catch of the weekend on Saturday during an upset win over No. 11 South Carolina. With the Vols trailing 21-20 and facing a 3rd and 10 in their own territory, quarterback Justin Worley threw a bomb down the left sideline into single coverage. North, a true freshman, somehow […]
Tennessee quarterback Justin Worley is out indefinitely after undergoing surgery on his right thumb.
Volunteers coach Butch Jones announced the severity of Worley's injury after Tuesday's practice and said he believes Worley has a torn ligament. Jones said Worley's return ''could be (in) two weeks, it could be three weeks, it could be four weeks.''
Tennessee Volunteers wide receiver Marquez North hauled in a one handed reception late against the South Carolina.
In the end, the results of North’s 39-yard reception was a 19-yard field goal by Tennessee kicker Michael Palardy as time expired to stun the No. 11 ranked Gamecocks.
It has been a season o tremendous catches for North who recorded this beauty in...
Michael Palardy made a 19-yard field goal as time expired Saturday to give Tennessee a 23-21 victory over No. 11 South Carolina that ended the Volunteers' 19-game losing streak against ranked opponents.
South Carolina quarterback Connor Shaw left the game after being sacked by Marlon Walls and Daniel McCullers with less than five minutes remaining. Team officials appeared to...
South Carolina running back Mike Davis looked like Barry Sanders with his juke against the Tennessee Volunteers.
Which Jadeveon Clowney hit was better? The "Hit Heard 'Round the World" vs. Michigan or the huge bashing of the Tennessee Volunteers?
The No. 11 ranked South Carolina Gamecocks will hit the road on Saturday to play against the Tennessee Volunteers.
At 5-1 South Carolina is having another fine season while a 3-3 Tennessee team is hoping to finish the upset bid this week after nearly beating a then No. 5 ranked Georgia team two weeks ago.
Coverage of the game between South Carolina and Tennessee will air on ESPN...
Roughly four minutes of raw footage following the Tennessee Volunteers' last-second, 23-21 upset of SEC East foe South Carolina.