Tigers roll past Tennessee 50-17 in Knoxville

Tigers roll past Tennessee 50-17 in Knoxville
Bold predictions: Missouri at Tennessee
Edit Slot to 247Sports Home Slot to Tennessee Volunteers Newsletter Slot to Tennessee Links Tennessee plays its final home game of the 2018 season against Missouri on Saturday.

Coming off an impressive win against then-No. 11 Kentucky, the Vols (5-5, 2-4 SEC) could clinch bowl eligibility with one regular-season game remaining if they beat the Tigers at Neyland Stadium (3:30 p.m., CBS).

Olivia Campbell, a senior at Bearden High School, was traveling with friend to watch Saturdays Tennessee football game against Missouri. As it can unexpectedly happen, Campbell vehicle had a flat tire.

Missouri (6-4, 2-4) likewise enters the game on the back of two wins after hammering Florida in The Swamp and holding on to beat Vanderbilt

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) — On a trip to see Tennessee football players, a chance run in with Tennessee basketball players proved to a group of teenage friends what Volunteer spirit really means.

The Tigers ended Friday as a 6.5-point favorite in a game with an over/under of 57 points, according to VegasInsider.com.

The flat could have easily put a damper on the day, but UT basketball players Grant Williams and John Fulkerson decided to lend a helping hand.

The GoVols247 staff already has gone on the record with its predictions for Tennessees game against the Tigers, but picking the final score doesn’t exactly tell the entire story.

Here are two bold predictions each from Patrick Brown, Wes Rucker, Ryan Callahan and Grant Ramey explaining what they think will happen in Saturdays game.

Video: Drew Lock Tennessee Postgame 11-17

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187 Passing yards are needed by Missouri QB Drew Lock to move into second place on the SECs all-time list. Lock has 11,342 passing yards to stand third on the conferences career list behind Georgias David Greene (2001-04) and league leader Aaron Murray, who had 13,166 for Georgia from 2010 through 2013.

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