Eric Gray set the record for TDs as a High Schooler in Tn at 138. EG, if you are out there looking at Volnation.com make yourself know. We would enjoy your input. If you aren’t, it’s probably for the best. There are some real hackwagons that just don’t get it, go work out or study film. You are NFL quality. Thanks for being a VFL. We needed the help.
On October 2, 1976, Larry Seivers tied a Vols record with 11 receptions for 131 yrds and a TD in a 21-19 victory over Clemson.
On January 1, 1951, Hank Lauricella had 16 carries for 131 yrds which included a 75 yrd gallop that set up the Vols first score. Hank also had 23 yrds passing and 18 receiving yrds in the 20-14 victory! the famous run........
I wish I could like this more than once. What a game! What an incredible weekend! Thirsty Tennessee fans returned to New Orleans and the Sugar Bowl for the first time since 1971. We were legion! We were such good guests that the entire city mourned our departure and urgently wished for our return. We did come back five years later and further cemented our reputation as spirited, congenial, and generous fans. We are long overdue for another visit.
On November 29, 1958, Bill Majors rushed for 128 yrds in a hard fought 10-6 victory over the 15th ranked, yes, #15 Vanderbilt Commodores in Nashville.
On November 1, 1975, QB Randy Wallace threw 2TDS and ran for 128 yrds, including a 43 yrd TD scamper, in the Vols 28-7 victory over Colorado State.