Found November 09, 2013 on
Butch Jones has stated numerous times that his team is absolutely set on making a bowl game this season, despite playing one of the “the hardest schedules in college football history.” The Volunteers are in another dogfight today, this time with Auburn, but are playing good football early. The Vols are pounding the ball on the Tigers — no time was that more evident than during this impressive 17-yard touchdown run by Rajion Neal:
Unfortunately for Tennessee, Auburn immediately answered on the following drive. It’s all tied up at Neyland Stadium early.
BEST OF MAXIM
With two games remaining, the 4-6 Vols must win out to become bowl eligible in 2013 (Photo Credit: govolsxtra.com)
Despite a hot start the Tennessee Volunteers dropped their third straight game of the season, and sixth straight to Auburn since 2003.
The Vols were able to strike first blood on a 39-yard field goal by Michael Palardy, but after later taking a 13-6 lead on a Raijon...
Auburn believes Tennessee is better than its record indicates.
The seventh-ranked Tigers want to make sure the Volunteers don't prove that this week.
Auburn (8-1, 4-1 SEC) has its final regular-season road test Saturday at Tennessee, which was outscored 76-13 by top-ranked Alabama and No. 9 Missouri in its last two games.
Tennessee's recent struggles could cause Auburn...
Tennessee Volunteers running back Rajion Neal did his best to imitate Marshawn Lynch on this run, breaking a few of tackles to stay up and get in the end zone. He should have been down at least two different times, but he managed to shake off the Auburn Tigers defenders.
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The No. 9 Auburn Tigers will travel on Saturday to take on a fellow SEC opponent in the Tennessee Volunteers.
Auburn (8-1) will be looking for its ninth win of the season while Tennessee (4-5) will be looking to even its record at .500 on the year.
Coverage of the game between Auburn and Tennessee will air on ESPN beginning at 12:00 pm ET from Neyland Stadium in Knoxville...
Scenes from Auburn's 55-23 win over the Tennessee Volunteers.
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