Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2020-10-17 07:00:00 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WKRN) — In the fourth week of Southeastern Conference football, the COVID-19 pandemic threw a wrench into the matchday lineup, stopping several matches.
LSU and Florida were ready to fight in the swamps, but fans have to wait for a cross-sectoral showdown.
Vanderbild is also working on a depleted roster, with less than 53 scholarship athletes planning a Commodores game with Missouri on December 12.
Tennessee Vols, preparing to play against Kentucky Wildcats at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tennessee, is still playing the game.
Last weekend, UT defeated eight consecutive victories when playing against Georgia. They had a hard time establishing and stopping execution. The bulldog ran 193 yards.
This week won’t be any easier. Kentucky is currently leading the SEC in ground games. Last year, Britain ran over 300 yards in defense of Tennessee.
If Vols wants to establish a ground game, they need to get better in advance. Not only did they struggle to run the ball last week, they also gave up six sack.
If they want to bounce off Kentucky, Vols have to do better on the attack line.
Kick-off is set at 12:00 EST and you can watch the match on the SEC network.
Remember that you can warm up with Kayla Anderson and his correspondents every Thursday at 2:00 pm on WKRN.com over the weekend of the SEC. CST /3p.m. EST.
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