The Tennessee Vols lost a tough game last week against nationally ranked West Virginia, led by Heisman Trophy hopeful Will Grier. Though a rough game, sophomore running back Tim Jordan energized the Vols offense.
Jordan showed his vision by finding, and on occasion making his own holes. Jordan ran for 118 yards in only 20 carries averaging a near 6 yards per carry. Jordan also ran for one of the two Vols touchdowns. Star lineman Trey Smith recently said Tim Jordan’s running style “Fires him up”.
Some might consider this a rebuilding year for the Vols, but with Jordan running the ball anything is possible. The best part, the Vols will have Jordan for at least one more season, barring a Jalen Hurd like incident.
Jordan is expected to start against ETSU but will likely be pulled out of the game if a blowout ensues.