Found September 17, 2013 on Fox Sports Tennessee:
By Randy Moore InsideTennessee.com Tennessee coach Butch Jones demand that his players "snap and clear" forget the last play and focus on the next one was easily accomplished in Game 3 at Oregon. "You really didn't have too much time (between snaps) to even think," senior defensive lineman Daniel Hood said dryly, so you were pretty clear-minded the whole game. If you got focused on a big play, Oregon was lined up running another play. Whereas forgetting about the previous play was easy last Saturday against the mercurial Ducks, forgetting about the previous game presents a bigger challenge this week. The 59-14 blowout at Oregon was Tennessees worst beating in 103 years, dating to a 45-0 loss to Mississippi A&M in 1910. Tennessees upperclassmen experienced a comparable beat-down just two years ago, however. The 2011 Vols were hammered 49-7 at Arkansas in a game very similar to the 2013 Oregon game. As happened in the Duck debacle, Tennessee was annih...
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