Senior quarterback Justin Worley surveys the defense while scrambling in the Vols' 38-7 victory over Utah State on Aug. 31.
Heading into the Tennessee Volunteers contest against Utah State, it was Chuckie Keeton, the Heisman contending quarterback, who was expected to be the difference maker.
On Sunday, however, it was the quarterback donning orange and white that graced Shield-Watkins Field with a game-changing performance.
In his first start under center since undergoing thumb surgery on Oct. 29, Justin Worley completed 27 of his 38 passes – a career-high – for 273 yards as he led the Vols to a 38-7 victory over the Aggies.
In the week leading up to Missouri game, the Tennessee coaching staff mentioned multiple times changes being made on the defensive side of the ball. One of those changes was moving defensive coordinator Sal Sunseri from the sidelines to the ...