KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Coach Derek Dooley felt a little bit
better about Tennessee's efforts as he jogged off the field after
the Volunteers' loss to Florida. That changed when he watched video
from the game and felt sick when he saw all of the missed
The Vols (1-2) again were a victim of their own youth and
inexperience in a 31-17 loss to ninth-ranked Florida on Saturday.
They didn't give up this time, like they did in a loss to
fifth-ranked Oregon, but they made mistakes which cost them what
was a winnable game in Dooley's eyes.
The coach also thinks UAB (1-2) has enough experience and depth
to take advantage of Tennessee's mistakes, just like the Gators
did. He says the Blazers don't even need to play their best to beat
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