In Week 2, the #23 Tennessee Volunteers hosted the #19 Oklahoma Sooners – and had a two-touchdown lead going into the fourth quarter. Unfortunately for NCAA Football betting fans, the Volunteer offense basically disappeared and the defense fell apart. The Sooners scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to send the game into overtime and then two more touchdowns in the first two overtimesto cruise out of Neyland Stadium with a shocking 31-24 win.
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The answer was that they came out ready to go. For most of the first 40 minutes, the Volunteers were firing on all cylinders. Western Carolina could not move the ball at all against the first defense unit for Tennessee. Meanwhile, the Volunteers moved the ball smoothly on offense and also picked up two special teams touchdowns, one on Evan Berry’s kickoff return and another on Alvin Kamara’s punt return.