OXFORD, Miss. – For the first 19 minutes of Saturday's contest, Tennessee's defense seemed poised to carry the Volunteers to an upset victory over No. 3 Ole Miss.
Then, the Vols finally slipped.
After only allowing the Rebels to gain 37 yards on their first seven drives, the Vols gave up back-to-back catches to Vince Sanders, the latter being a 39-yard touchdown to give Ole Miss a 7-3 lead.
From there, the Tennessee offense could never muster a response, and the Rebels strolled to a 34-3 victory inside Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.
"It's a game of momentum swings," head coach ...