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buchanan. bob shoop has shaken up the team because of the dropped balls in the first half. >> verne: third down, 11, 6:53 to go. >> verne: three-man rush. appleby. escapes the tackle. pulls up. fires it out. caught. good for the first 43 yard line by freddie swain, number 16. >> gary: this time he found somebody a little more open. >> verne: 6:34 to go. four downs for tennessee. they bring all four. appleby lets it go and then,
colton jumper, number 53, on jordan scarlett. >> gary: colton jumper was a starting middle linebacker a year ago until darren kirkland replaced him and you speak to the tennessee people, they believe he's improved his game, they don't think he's kirkland but a good enough player to be an s.e.c. middle linebacker. >> verne: third down, nine. appleby. heck of a catch. >> gary: right now the tennessee secondary is conceding. some of the shorter passes. you can see buchanan right there. he was not going to bite on anything. he was looking for the double move. i think the instructions by the secondary coach, willie martinez, was if they're going to beat us on a double move, you might find yourself on the bench. >> verne: i'm not sure what
>> verne: i don't know. he's out. he was in the face. >> gary: i don't think he likes the spot. >> verne: of matt leffler. >> gary: down short of the first down, probably about a yard short of the first >> verne: last time tennessee won was in 2004. james wilhoit had missed an extra point with 3 1/2 to go and then he got a chance for a second opportunity, and he
that was in 2004. third down, one. >> gary: just to tell you how long ago 2004 was. >> verne: yeah. >> gary: nick saban was at l.s.u. and urban meyer was at utah. >> verne: and where were you? >> gary: [laughing] on my way >> verne: [laughing] perfect answer. third and one. >> verne: this is -- not the most smooth sequence. >> gary: alluv off-season i talked aboutelved that tennse needed to win a tough, hard-fought game against florida to start to turn the ship around. i think this is exactly what
this has happened before to tennessee. win a big game against florida ad things could turn. now, i t to bean the east. they've got a tough stretch. a real tough stretch. if they could go 3-1 and the loss be either to a&m or alabama -- look, they've got a two-game lead over florida now if they can finis this game. >> verne: appleby back. goes across the middle. it's dropped. we'll schedule. they are at georgia next week, and at texas a&m. and then alabama here. this is the bulk of their season, and if they can get by this one, and they're not that far away, 5:21 to go. they have won nine games in succession.
they're trying to make it 10 in a row. at's the third longest streak in college football. here comes the blitz. appleby behind the receiver. but he makes the catch. c.j. worton. it ain't over. >> gary: never. curl route. takes it in there. >> verne: gain of first down and 10. appleby toward the end zone. incomplete. c'yontai lewis. number 80. >> gary: in the pocket. makes a decent throw. just off the fingertips. we talked about powell being very quiet in this game, in the
>> gary: nothing. >> verne: there he is. second down and 10. boom. >> verne: emmanuel mosley, number 12 on deandre goolsby. >> gary: i think you saw the result of a lot of targe calls. he did not take the kill shot. >> verne: incomplete. >> gary: good, clean football there by mosley. >> verne: flag. >> gary: did they have 12 men on the field? the defense looks a little odd. >> referee: illegal substitutions on the defense. 12 men in formation. third down.
i think their 12th guy did not quite get to the bench. >> verne: the penalty is walked off. third and one. >> verne: callaway, near side. >> verne: appleby bumped. throws in the right corner. overthrown. intended for goolsby. it's fourth and one. >> gary: do you take a field goal here? it's fourth and short, i think i can go for it. if it was fourth and five i might kick the field goal.
>> verne: up the middle. they've got the first down, plus as jordan cronsgriet made the tackle. >> verne: as jordan cronkrite made the tackle. >> gary: fans are saying where was that earlier, when they couldn't stay on the field. >> verne: into the right corner. again. beautiful pass. >> gary: coming out of the backfield, cronkrite is matched up, stays with it, gets his hand in there and then does it again. tremendous play by jumper. >> verne:94:22 to go, second and
>> verne: 4:22 to go. second and goal. left side. open. touchdown. freddie swain. >> gary: now it's not so noisy. >> gary: you've got to kick the extra point to make this a one-on-o. gets it into the corner of the end zone. easy throw. checkerboard to throw to the outside and it was an easy pitch-and-catch. it's a football game. >> verne: eddy pineiro to make it a 10-point game, which he does, easily. >> gary: i think right now you've got to kick it down deep if you're florida. get a stop. >> verne: 4:17 to go in regulation. what can we learn about biodiversity from third-graders?
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remember, now, whether they go for an onside kick they have two time outs left. i still think you can kick this deep or pooch it to the open area. >> verne: they've got jorge powell on who is not -- >> gary: a lot of space to the side that you can pooch that over their head. >> verne: there it is, and tennessee has recovered at the 45. todd kelly jr. >> gary: i wouldn't have done it there. i would have tried to stop with my defense and save the onside kick for later. played very well. he trapped it. perfect. >> verne: most significantly, he fell on it. >> gary: yes. >> verne: jim mcelwain, second-year head coach at florida. had a marvelous year, a year ago. though they did lose their last three. here is tennessee.
a smart time out. >> verne: only game in the series to go to overtime was 1998, jeff hall put tennessee in front and the extra period was a 41-yard field goal. the gators' collins cooper missed on an attempt to extend the game and tennessee fans rushed the field and took the goalposts with them. >> gary: the reason i wanted to show that is what happened there? those were the four years after peyton manning. they had four straight years. they had lost all the frustration. the year after key martin wins that game -- the year after tee martin wins that game they go on to win the national championship. could this victory, springing this win against florida move this team with a chance to win the s.e.c. championship, and if you win the s.e.c. championship you have a chance to get in the playoff. >> verne: you bet.
>> verne: don't forget. we'll have the napa play of the game. third and five. florida has one time out remaining. >> gary: >> verne: that's the last time out. >> gary: remember, florida 55-yard-plus field goal kicker. still a football game. ?wish that i was on ol' rocky top? ?down in the tennessee hills? ?humming? ?whistling? ? ?home sweet home to me? ?good ol' rocky top - woo!?
high kick. fair catch called by callaway. what is he doing? >> gary: what are you doing? >> verne: what in the world -- he called a fair catch at the one yard line. >> gary: he's 50% better than he was last time. >> verne: there is a flag. >> gary: if it's on tennessee -- >> referee: there is no foul on the play. the player went between the two players. first down for florida at that >> gary: last time he did this, he dropped it. this time he caught it, but that's the second one in the game. >> gary: i've never seen that thashs that tight like that. >> verne: that's worth a very quiet "wow." 38-28. >> gary: why don't they try that curl pass where he goes all the
>> verne: 3:10 to go. gators are out of time outs. we'll see if cronkrite is in the game. incomplete. derek barnett, who has had a very good game. >> gary: he goes about 6'5". close to 285 pounds and he's got a speed rush to the outside. he's one of the great defensive ends from this conference. myles garrett. jonathan allen. they've got some good ones. >> verne: second and 10. >> verne: cornerbacks up to defend the bumpand run.
>> verne: second half. total yards. 86 of those florida yards came on their touchdown drive. >> verne: jordan cronkrite is in the backfield. appleby heaves it. down the right side. incomplete. >> gary: tennessee was very aggressive there. a year ago, they played off, and three-man rush, eight-man zone. this time they went man to man and brought all four people -- they're covering up and matching up. man-to-man all over the field.
>> verne: caught. short. six yard line. c'yontai lewis. >> gary: have to go for it. no choice. >> verne: mike abernathy made the tackle. >> gary: good tackle by abernathy. recoveries in the game against virginia tech. mark shoop with the orange tennessee cap on. >> gary: >> gary: he said he was hired to beat florida. >> verne: four and five. appleby gets loose.
>> gary: they bring four again. force appleby out. it's batted down, and the streak is over. bob shoop, right there in the hat, he ended it for vanderbilt and now he's ended it for tennessee. he said, "i was hired for this job." >> verne: colton jumper. >> gary: the only way tennessee can lose is turning the it over here. they need to be very careful. >> verne: hurd going left and he will be gang tackled.
>> gary: you almost have to think about taking a knee here. the only thing that can go bad is a turnover. >> verne: the streak, barring that, is complete. over. i don't know why -- you're old enough, i know. do you remember in the 1970's the sport of choice was streaking? >> gary: yeah. >> verne: guys would run onto football fields or across the academy -- >> gary: takes a knee here. >> verne: they called it streaking. i don't know how this came up spangler, our production supervisor said to me, "did you ever know walter cronkite?" and i said yes, i had met him a couple of times. he said "did you know that in the mid 1970's on the evening news with walter cronkite he referred to knoxville, tennessee as the capital of streaking. my mind works in strange ways.
is over. >> verne: that's what i meant but that's why i was so careful with cronkrite. >> gary: 12 men in the huddle. they're going to get a penalty. >> referee: 12 men in the formation, on the offense. it's a five-yard penalty. third down. the clock by rule will start on the snap. >> verne: notice the blue security people end zone at either end. >> gary: they better be strong. >> verne: yeah. >> gary: butch jones has done it. he's won more games every year, but with this win, i really believe, as you look at the athletic director right behind him, dave hart, this brings tennessee back to relevance. verne, i always thought that maybe tennessee was looking at those games as preseason games because the season started
45 seconds to go. fourth and goal. butch jones. central michigan. cincinnati. fourth year here. graduate of -- >> gary: he will take a time out with one second to go. what a job he's done. they came here. they did not match up talent-wise. the last two years they did but they lost. four years of work to get to
>> gary: we talked about tough games coming up, they have a tough stretch but if they can get through there, remember, they finish off softly, south carolina, tennessee tech, kentucky, missouri, vandy -- the toughest part of their schedule is always at the beginning. >> verne: this is game one and this is hurd down to the one yard line. it's over.
>> verne: let's go down to allie laforce, >> allie: coach, the streak is finally over after 11 long years of waiting. what did you tell this team at halftime to ignite what we just saw in the second half? >> one play at a time. we didn't play our best football in the first half. we knew that. it was on us. the players. i can't say enough about them. i love them. they were disappointed. we came out and played a great second half. it gets us to 4-0 and that duck is pulling that truck, baby.
that that your game is loud. you don't have to say anything. >> our receivers stepped up, our throw game when we needed the big plays and we knew we needed one momentum play to get this great crowd into it, what an environment, what an atmosphere. >> allie: congratulations. josh, what a second half after starting one for eight today, you set career records in yards and touchdowns. what got in to you? >> we were hurting ourselves at the beginning of the game. we weren't catching balls. the ball location wasn't i'll put the ball there and make plays. that's what we did in the second half. >> allie: you're a senior. this is the last time to play florida. you came away with thein. is it everything you thought? >> it's good. >> allie: what will you tell your teammates? >> 4-0. let's keep that duck pulling that truck. >> allie: the duck pulling the truck references, gary. >> verne: i think they got the message. >> gary: that will be their theme the rest of the year.
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