Coach Duggs Leads Vols To First Perfect Regular Season Since ’98

Gus Duggerton has the Vols in a spot they haven’t seen since 1998. Under Coach Duggs, Tennessee will play in the 2017 SEC Title Game on Friday at 3 p.m. ET. This marks the Vols’ first trip to Atlanta in 10 years.

The 2017 Vols have completed UT’s ninth perfect regular season in program history.

Season Overview

Tennessee Duggs and the NCAA Football 14 Vols have had a relatively smooth-sailing season with a few hiccups here-and-there.

The Vols began the season with a spanking of the No. 16 ranked UCLA Bruins at home followed by a road win over the Baylor Bears.

Duggs & Co. then experienced their first trials of the 2017 season in barely escaping Jack Mac’s UConn Huskies, and following that debacle up with a historic last-minute collapse in The Swamp. Luckily for Coach Duggs, HB Shark Wheel answered the Vols’ prayers as Tennessee beat the Gators as time expired.

Games five through eight were relatively uneventful for the Vols as Tennessee won in convincing fashion against Toledo, Georgia, Auburn, and South Carolina.

In Week 9, adversity hit Tennessee Duggs yet again in Tuscaloosa, Ala. The Vols escaped with a win, but not without a fight from the No. 9 Alabama Crimson Tide as Tennessee won 29-28 in overtime on a JoJo Smalls two-point conversion.

The final three weeks of the season went relatively smooth for Air Duggs as Tennessee won back-to-back games in the snow against Missouri and Vanderbilt.

The season concluded with yet another win over Kentucky in Lexington.

SEC Title Game

No. 1 Tennessee will do battle with Ole Miss on Friday afternoon. This trip to Atlanta will be the Vols first since their 2007 bout with the LSU Tigers.

Where To Watch

Today’s SEC Title Game will take be played on PardonMyTake’s twitch stream account.

The link to PardonMyTake’s twitch page can be found here.

 

Prediction

Tennessee should make quick work of the Rebels today, but you can never let your guard down in a championship game. Coach Duggs & Co. must win this game to secure a spot in the BCS Title Game.

Tennessee: 52

Ole Miss: 38