Devine came into the Tennessee game as a backup and provided a spark to the Jackets’ offense, overpowering Volunteers defensive linemen to open up creases for quarterback TaQuon Marshall and B-back KirVonte Benson. Devine explained how he readied himself physically for this season. Two words: “Forest conditioning.”
They held the ball for more than 41 minutes of regulation and compiled a jaw-dropping 655 yards. How does Tech’s performance against Tennessee compared with some of the better offensive games in the Paul Johnson era?
Four members of the 2017 signing class played against Tennessee. Paul Johnson said more will be joining them.