Vols hold their ground in the red zone

Georgia kept the ball 15 plays on the game's opening drive and twice converted on fourth down, but it felt more like a Tennessee win when it was finally over.

The Vols held the Bulldogs to a 35-yard field goal after Corey Miller sacked Aaron Murray on third-and-5 from the 15.

Georgia went with a quick pace and moved the ball well, using both Isaiah Crowell and Branden Smith at running back.

But the Vols' defense stiffened inside the 20, and this is a game you're probably not going to win with field goals.