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SEC Roundup: Looking back on week four

After five games on Saturday, here is a roundup of the upsets and dominant wins that defined Week 4 in the Southeastern Conference. No.3 Georgia at No.2 Alabama In what was the marquis matchup of the weekend throughout college football, the Crimson Tide emerged with the 41-24 victory. Much like …

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Alabama heavy favorite against Tennessee

It probably comes with little surprise that the Alabama (6-0) is almost a five touchdown favorite over the Volunteers (2-4), according to BetMGM. After all, Alabama is coming off a 47-28 beat down of then-ranked No.24 Texas A&M. Tennessee secured a surprising win against Mississippi State last week. However, this …

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Tennessee Seeks Rebound Against Chattanooga

Times are desperate for the Tennessee Volunteers. They need a win over the UT-Chattanooga Moccasins before starting their conference schedule or they’ll fall to 0-3. It's not Neyland without you! #PoweredByTheT pic.twitter.com/WNvENw86yN — Tennessee Football (@Vol_Football) September 13, 2019 Volunteers’ Head Coach Jeremy Pruitt said his team practiced well all …

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Tennessee Looks to Rebound vs. BYU

Jarrett Guarantano and the Volunteers will try to bounce back against Zach Wilson and BYU.

Tennessee looks to bounce back from a tough loss against Georgia State, last weekend. The Volunteers entered the contest as 25-point favorites over Georgia State. Three hours later, they were shocked by the underdog squad, 38-30. After the loss, Tennessee head coach Jeremy Pruitt spoke about where the Volunteers need …

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