By Riley Blevins
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Think of it like swinging a baseball bat with a donut on it.
Baseball players habitually stride to the on-deck circle, slide the weighted ring down the barrel of their club and swing it from side-to-side.
Side-to-side, side-to-side. Repeat.
When the actual at-bat arrives, swinging the bat feels effortless. They're used to the much heavier version.
Oregon is Tennessees donut.
Or so Vols players think.
Tennessee players feel well prepared to defend Floridas dual-threat quarterback Jeff Driskel after preparing all last week for the unparalleled speed of Marcus Mariota, DeAnthony Thomas and other Ducks.
Both (Mariota and Driskel) are very athletic quarterbacks, defensive lineman Jordan Williams said. Last week was a good practice game to get us prepared for what Driskel is going to be like. We feel real prepared. I think its a big advantage.
But Driskel and Mariota arent the same player. Not by any means.
Driskel has onl...