I posted this in another thread. Hope it has some validity here --
Despite the depth, the problem isn't talent. It's something mental. Your defense gets it. Your offense does not (and maybe just Crompton doesn't).
Anyways, your QB and your offense lost their composure once the turnovers started piling up and, at that point, y'all were still very much in the game. Y'all were still in the game with :01 second left. The problem was that your offense wasn't IN the game, mentally. JC gets rattled early for some reason, even despite the score. He either puts to much pressure on himself or gets tunnel vision trying to make something work. Either way, it's mental. I have no doubt about it. The problem with the last game was, like I said, that you were still very much in the game and you were AT HOME.
Replace HOME with AWAY and Neyland with the Swamp and you have a recipe for disaster if Crompton goes Crompton again. Frankly, Florida fan or not, it's hard to give you any hope when your QB is missing it mentally. He could be physically inept but have the patience and cool to handle the game mentally and I like your chances by 4 or 5 times more.