Monday, November 5, 2007

Vols Win Big on Homecoming

Lousiana Ragin Cajuns went into Neyland Stadium hoping to ruin the greatest game of the yeaer for the seniors. They left empty handed. Neyland wasn't the usual 100 plus thousand people, but it was still one of the most packed stadiums on Saturday. A first quarter field goal was all the points we saw and Vol fans were maybe a little shaky. But the Vols broke out some more scoring in the second quarter and did not look back. The Vols were on route to a 59-7 victory. No case of looking ahead to D-Mac this week. Big plays could be seen all throughout the game including Antonio Reynolds' 70-yard interception return and a 20-yard blocked punt return by Antonio Wardlow. Another solid performance by Arian Foster who finished with 100 on the ground and a touchdown. Also, freshman Lennon Creer, took it to the checkerboards. Freshman Gerald Jones also scored after lining up at quarterback and running on the sneak. Not to mention Montario Hardesty who had 45 yards on nine runs. Ainge looked good through the air as well and backup Jonathon Crompton threw his first touchdown pass of the season. Daniel Lincoln added three with a field goal. The Vols can win out and still get to go to Atlanta for the SEC Championship. Keep it here for updates and stories. Email us at volsfootball5@yahoo.com with anything.

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