Final Score: Tennessee 28 • Kentucky 10
Well, the the Tennessee Volunteers managed to beat the Kentucky Wildcats in convincing style on a rainy night in Neyland Stadium. The Vols 28-10 victory over Kentucky extended Tennessee’s streak against the Cats to 24 consecutive victories for the Orange.
More importantly, the Vols win gave Phillip Fulmer a solid win in his last ever game as head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers. Fulmer’s 152-52 record stands second only to that of General Robert R. Neyland in Tennessee history. The game concluded with Fulmer being carried off the field by his team.
Here are game Highlights Courtesy of ESPN:
Once again, I want to thank Coach Fulmer for a wonderful 17 years. It has truly been an honor and a pleasure.
In terms of the Vols’ performance, all I can say is that it would have been nice if they had played that way all season. Nice win against the Cats and perhaps their best performance of the season.
Either way, here’s a rundown of thoughts on the game from across the blogosphere:
From the Good Guys (Vol Bloggers):
From the Mercenaries (Mainstream Media):
Fond Farewell: Fulmer goes out a winner -- Go Vols Xtra
Postgame Report Card -- Go Vols Xtra
Kentucky Brings Out the Best in the Vols -- Go Vols Xtra
Fulmer Rides Out High -- The Tennessean
Vols offense finally lives up to potential -- The Tennessean
Vols top Wildcats again in Fulmer’s finale -- CBS Sports
My thoughts and more to come later in the day ...
Image Courtesy of: GoVolsXtra / Michael Patrick
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