Following an impressive win over Missouri earlier this season, Georgia earned a reputation for playing “grown-man football.” With the Bulldogs starting a stretch of four consecutive games against ranked opponents for Tennessee, the Vols know it is time for them to grow up.
“This little stretch coming up in October is always our toughest stretch,” senior linebacker Herman Lathers said. “We talk about it being our toughest stretch and that we need to bow up and play like men. It’s going to be a tough stretch but we just have to come together and stay together.”
According to Lathers, UT’s maturation process began with the team’s hard work during the off-season and its preseason training camp, including a week-long stay at Milligan College.
“The camaraderie we built over the offseason should be great for us during this stretch,” Lathers said. “We’re looking forward to holding each other accountable during this stretch.”... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.