The Vols’ defense gave up 63 points to a previously struggling Gamecock offense in the team’s second loss of the season.
The Vols will look to earn another statement win as they sit just one spot outside of the current College Football Playoff picture.
Tennessee struggled out of the gates but found its footing in the second half as they downed the Tigers in explosive and record-breaking fashion.
After falling to Georgia last week, the Vols will look to get back on track in their final home game of the season against a struggling Missouri team.
The top-ranked Vols dropped their first game of the season during a road trip to Athens where the offense struggled to move the ball against the Bulldogs.
The Vols prepare to play their biggest game of the season to date in a battle of the unbeaten against the Bulldogs that will likely determine who will represent the SEC East in the title game.
Tennessee’s defense forced Kentucky quarterback Will Levis into three interceptions while holding the Wildcats to just six points in a blowout victory.
The Vols will hope to keep their undefeated season alive in a matchup with a ranked Wildcats team that is looking to play spoiler on a historic Tennessee season.
Tennessee hangs 65 points and records 696 yards of offense on in-state foe UT Martin to improve to 7-0.
The Vols will look to stay healthy and grab an easy win over the Skyhawks before taking on Kentucky the following week.