The Tennessee Volunteers stormed back to take the lead courtesy of a ridiculous catch from Jauan Jennings.
In what has become one of the strangest games of the year, the Tennessee Volunteers have stormed back to take the lead against the Florida Gators. After the Gators were putting their foot down on Tennessee all game, the Volunteers came back with three huge touchdown passes from Joshua Dobbs. His biggest one came courtesy of a ridiculous play from Jauan Jennings.
As Dobbs saw Jennings down the sideline, he threw a perfect pass to his receiver. Jennings struggled to haul it and bobbled it, as he neared running out of bounds. Somehow he was able to haul the pass in and then in even more incredible fashion, he took off down the sideline while keeping his feet in bounds and scored the touchdown. If that wasn’t enough, he beat a Florida defender to the end zone.
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Crazy doesn’t even begin to describe the comeback that took place in Knoxville. Tennessee had absolutely no fire in the first half and came out looking like a powerhouse in the second half. Jauan Jennings was making big plays from the receiver spot, but it was Dobbs putting his receivers in position.
Just a few minutes later, the Volunteers would get on the board again, as Dobbs rushed in for a touchdown of his own. It was an improbable comeback with improbable plays for the Volunteers to get the lead back.