The Tennessee Volunteers are going to have a tough time picking up an SEC victory on Saturday night. They are down, 21-7, to the Arkansas Razorbacks at halftime. The best thing that should come out of this game is Jarius Wright's ridiculous catch in the first half. Wright also caught a seven-yard touchdown pass from Tyler Wilson.
Arkansas scored two more touchdowns before Tennessee found the end zone. Joe Adams returned a punt for a 60-yard touchdown while Dennis Johnson broke off a 71-yard touchdown run in the second quarter for the 21-0 lead.
The Volunteers, though, answered right back with a couple of nice throws by freshman Justin Worley. Rajion Neal caught a 50-yard pass that brought him to Arkansas' 27-yard line. He followed that with a 17-yard throw to Da'Rick Rogers for a 17-yard gain before Neal ran the ball 11 yards for Tennessee's only score of the game so far.
Worley threw an interception after he had brought his team to Arkansas five-yard line. But that happened with less than a minute to go, allowing Arkansas to run out the clock before heading to the locker room.
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