After watching multiple takes and seeing a lot of film, I have to say the coaching staff is doing what they need to, to make sure we are in a position to win games! I have to admit i did question the game plan the past 2 weeks, but I also will admit when I'm wrong and I was wrong for questioning it! In Saturday's game they made the right personnel moves on defense to make sure Tennessee wasn't able to capitalize on moving the chains and get close to the red zone, if you really payed attention you'd see they took out players that are better at run stopping in passing situations and took those who are better at pass coverage out in running situations to help make sure Tennesse wasn't able to effectively move the ball! They did a great job there! Then I watched as the offense went on in the game, I will say our weakest link on the offensive line is the right side. Delance has not been able to get out of his stance in pass block which has allowed the edge rusher to put pressure and sack our QBs, nor has he been mobile enough to make a push to open up the lanes for the run, which finally made the coaches make a change in the second half Saturday. That change was putting in Richard Gouraige in place of Delance and the results showed right away. Seeing Trask get sacked in the first half and holes not opening up in the first half to seeing holes start to open up and time for the QB that allowed the receivers to get open downfield. Changes that needed to happen, especially with the gauntlet schedule coming up. Which will leave me to talk about Trask himself. He had a great game, my only criticism would be for him to not throw to his main read guy and force it. At first I said only one interception was on him, when in fact they both were totally his fault and really his only bad decisions in that game as far as throwing the ball. Just bad reads on his part and something that is very coachable moving forward. The great thing with Trask is his eyes, his ball placement, his accuracy, and his touch on the balls that need them the most. And for those who keep track of freshmen and redshirts, we might not see that many redshirts for the 2019 class. We have 10 freshmen who have seen action in 4 games already, which is odd with Dan Mullen's teams of the past, but with the talent and the lack of depth in certain areas, you have to play the guys who can contribute and help you get wins in the end! Some people will say, well it's Tennessee.... well it's not every day, let alone in a entire season you'll see a team hold an opponent (A Power 5 opponent) to under 250 total yards of offense! So great job to the staff and to these players for stepping up in a Rival game and getting a solid win with their relentless efforts trying to get ready for what the road ahead will have in store for them!!