Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
My general thoughts on Georgia's 26-14 win Saturday over Tennessee are twofold.
First, the Bulldogs left a bunch of points on the field and better be glad they weren't playing a more productive offensive team. If they struggle like that in the red zone the rest of the way, they'll lose two more games.
Quarterback Matthew Stafford passed for a career-high 310 yards, but threw two interceptions inside the Tennessee 20-yard line.
As for Phillip Fulmer and Vols, you wonder if Saturday was their last stand. They fought and managed to hang around in the game despite being outgained in total offense 458 to 209 yards. But this is an offense that has no direction or identity.
Somewhere, there's a disconnect, whether it's between Fulmer and first-year offensive coordinator Dave Clawson, the leadership on the offensive side or players simply not performing and focusing at an SEC level.
This was an offensive line that was supposed to be the strength of the team, and the Vols (2-4, 0-3 SEC) finished with a paltry 1 rushing yard on 15 attempts Saturday.