Things to Know about Tennessee
Nov. 15, 2007
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Tennessee's offensive line has allowed only three sacks this season.
Volunteers have outscored its opponents a combined 93-3 in the first half of home games this season.
UT has 35 all-time undefeated seasons at home and are gunning for their 36th this season.
Since 1985, Tennessee is 30-2 at home in the month of November against SEC opponents. The first loss in that period was against Vanderbilt in 2005.
With David Cutcliffe as the offensive coordinator, the Volunteers are 58-3 when scoring at least 30 points in a game.
Since 1992, Tennessee has recorded 13 shutouts, most of any SEC team.
UT leads the conference in kickoff return average at 25.1 yards per return.
Tennessee's defense ranks 11th in the SEC, allowing 400 yards per game.
The Vols are rated second in the SEC in red zone efficiency, converting on 41 of 44 opportunities (29 TDs, 12 FGs).