Having lived in St. Louis for the last 4 decades I don’t make it to as many games as I once did. Usually one game a year at Neyland and an occasional road game, especially when we play Mizzou in Columbia. In 2017 I attended the game in Columbia when CJH was the OC for Mizzou and Elarbee was the OL coach. Went to the game with my wife and I decked out in orange along with 12 neighbors in Mizzou garb as they were all UofM alumni. We had been tailgating since early afternoon up to the 7:00PM KO. There had been a lot of trash talking and more than a few bets placed on the outcome as I was doing my best to carry the torch for our Vols. This turned out to be a foolish venture on my part as we trailed 24-17 at halftime but were shut out in the 2nd half eventually losing 50-17. We had great seats for the debacle about 25 rows up on the 45 yard-line. What I remember most about the game was not the passing of Drew Locke but the rushing attack led by someone named Witter(200+ yards) who I had never heard of before that game. More precisely, what I remember is how badly Missouri’s smallish OL pushed our DL all over Faurot Field. Their OL was made up of 2 star athletes and I am not sure there was a 300 pounder among them. I remember commenting on how well coached and disciplined their OL seemed. At the time I had no idea, or cared, who Glen Elarbee was. Now, thinking back on that experience, I am hopeful that their dominance was a direct result of his coaching and that history will repeat itself in the next few years with our OL being coached up and living up to their star ratings. If that happens, I might be able to forget about the 12 bottles of Jack Daniels I had to buy to pay off the foolish bets I made before that game. GBO!