The Tennessee Vols will embark upon yet another new era in less than one week. New Tennessee head coach, Derek Dooley inherits a program that is nothing close to what it was just four years ago. This Tennessee Vols program is an even farther cry from the dominant SEC program of the 90's.
Until 2008, Tennessee fans were able to mark down eight wins in a season with relative ease. During the 90's, 10 wins was the mark. In 2010, Tennessee fans will be ecstatic with six wins.
Vols fans once looked forward to the big three, Florida, Georgia, and Alabama so they could polish their resume and receive a New Year's Day bowl invitation. Now, fans are hoping that Tennessee can defeat South Carolina, Ole Miss, and Kentucky so the team can go to the Music City Bowl in Nashville to play a decent ACC team on New Year's Eve.
Still, Tennessee fans are loyal and they will still show up in the tens of thousands to cheer on the Big Orange at Neyland Stadium throughout Saturdays this fall.
Here is what fans can expect to see out of their team each week this season.
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