I can hear it now. Erik Ainge sitting in his living room talking about his senior year when they went undefeated at Neyland. That's one of many things the Vols will be playing for this Saturday. It comes as the last home game for 23 seniors, but they leave with a chance to do something the Vols haven't done since 1999. That is have an undefeated record at home. To add to that, the Vols are playing to get into the SEC Championship game. We've all heard about Fulmer being on the "Hot Seat" this whole year, but he has a chance to silence his critics if he is able to get back to the SEC Championship game. LSU is already a shoe-in for the game and the Vols hope to join them and get back at them for the 2001 game. Not to mention the fact that they came into Neyland last year and scored a last second winning touchdown that took the air out of the Vols. But, we've got to take this one game at a time and right now it's all about the Vanderbilt game this Saturday, with Vol players remembering exactly what happened the last time the Commodores came into Neyland. Saturday look for the Vols to come out ready and I personally thank all the senoirs for their time at Tennessee and for what they did for the program.
The senoirs are as follows:
Erik Ainge, Chris Brown, Sinclair Cannon, Brad Cottam, Michael Crain, Dylan Dickey, Michael Frogg, Adam Gillem, Bo Hardegree, Jonathan Hefney, Inquoris Johnson, Steven Jones, Ryan Karl, J.T. Mapu, Cameron Mayo, Xavier Mitchell, Roy Olasimbo, Jarod Parrish, Antonio Reynolds, Kirk Swearingen, Ja’Kouri Williams, Casey Woods and Eric Young.