Rarely do I even read anything John Adams has to say, much less post it. This is scary.
You thought Tennessee played wretched defense in 2012 under coordinator Sal Sunseri? It did. But it never had a stretch as dismal as UT’s last four regular-season games against teams from Power Five conferences.
In Game 10 of last season, Kentucky gained 635 yards. Missouri followed with 740 yards. Vanderbilt gained 608.
Add Georgia Tech’s yards to that, divide by four and you get an average of 659.5 yards per game. In the worst four-game stretch on Sunseri’s watch, UT gave up an average of 507.3 yards per game. Based on how things are going, maybe the Vols should rehire Sunseri.
Just kidding. But, after all, UT’s defense has become a joking matter.
And if it leaves Florida fans laughing Saturday, Jones should get a new defensive coordinator.
These are not the top teams gashing us for record numbers of yards. These are the bottom feeders.