By Danny Parker
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- It fought to trail top-ranked LSU by only 10 points at halftime before losing 38-7.
The Crimson Tide faithful tripped to the concession stand at the break on pins and needs, tied with their rivals 6-6 before then-second ranked Alabama cranked it up and churned out a 37-6 win.
Tennessee has had its chances this season to take steps toward becoming one of the better teams in the Southeastern Conference and register a signature win. It gets one last chance this weekend.
The only team left on the schedule that carries the resume of the aforementioned teams is No. 8 Arkansas.
The Vols and Razorbacks kick off in Fayetteville, Ark., on Saturday afternoon at 7 p.m. ET.
"Arkansas, we all know about them," second-year Tennessee coach Derek Dooley said. "Great quarterback, great offense, a lot of fast single-digit guys running around at receiver and the return game. A top 10 team on the road.
"I'm just really worried about ...