Vols fans buzz with excitement after second win

Vols fans buzz with excitement after second win

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"Last week's win was a little bit different from this. This team can play, last week maybe they could maybe they couldn't. But we're winning the games we're supposed to win and Coach Jones has got us heading in the right direction," added Bobby Stanton. "Last week's win was a little bit different from this. This team can play, last week maybe they could maybe they couldn't. But we're winning the games we're supposed to win and Coach Jones has got us heading in the right direction," added Bobby Stanton.
"It was great. It was a big win and it sends us to Oregon really on a high note," said Joey Brady. "It was great. It was a big win and it sends us to Oregon really on a high note," said Joey Brady.
"We kind of were a little disappointed in the offense," said Stephanie Young. "We kind of were a little disappointed in the offense," said Stephanie Young.

By LAURA HALM
6 News Reporter

KNOXVILLE (WATE) - Big Orange fans are buzzing with excitement after the team's second win and already have predictions on Tennessee's future.

Cumberland Avenue was flooding with Rocky Top fans Saturday afternoon to celebrate another success on the grid-iron.

"It was great. It was a big win and it sends us to Oregon really on a high note," said Joey Brady.

At Goal Post Tavern all eyes were on the game, especially the last few seconds. Fans say they're still reeling from last week's win against Austin Peay. Saturday's win over Western Kentucky adds more excitement.

"Last week's win was a little bit different from this. This team can play, last week maybe they could maybe they couldn't. But we're winning the games we're supposed to win and Coach Jones has got us heading in the right direction," added Bobby Stanton.

While most big orange fans say it was a good game Saturday, some think it could have been better. "We kind of were a little disappointed in the offense," said Stephanie Young.

Some Vols fans are predicting at least six to eight more wins. But they say if it wasn't for the turnovers Saturday, it could have been a different story.

"We took the opening drive the second half, scored a touch down, and that's when I felt like we had a win," said Paul Thornton.

As the match-ups get tougher, there's the hope the Vols fight harder as we head to Oregon.

"We keep playing hard defense and I hope that our offense gives me a little more than they gave me today," said Thomas Coogan.

There are just five home games left this season. The next time the Vols will hit the field here in Knoxville will be September 28 against South Alabama.

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