KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Tennessee coach Derek Dooley wants to
see improvement from his offense against Buffalo, even if the
Volunteers aren't lighting up the scoreboard as they've done a few
times already this season.
The Vols (2-1) spent their bye week trying to develop more focus
in the running game, more targets in the passing game and more
young players who can add depth. They've lost top wide receiver
Justin Hunter for the season to a torn ACL and need to prove they
can keep opposing defenses honest without him.
Buffalo coach Jeff Quinn wants to see how the Bulls (1-3) handle
a big-time game environment when they travel to Knoxville on
Saturday. Though they've played Pittsburgh and hosted Connecticut
this season, nothing quite compares to playing at the 102,455-seat
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