The Volunteers won't get much of a break this week when they do battle with South Carolina, who has the No. 7-ranked defense in the land.
Not only that, but Tennessee will march out true freshman Justin Worley for his first college start in Saturday's game and South Carolina will counter with the nation's top-ranked passing defense.
The Gamecocks have forced an SEC best 14 interceptions in 2011 and are surrendering a stingy average of 133.7 yards through the air.
Carolina is also getting immediate pressure in the face of opposing quarterbacks, ranking third in the league with 15 sacks, 13 of which have come in their last four contests.
The combination of Worley and a shuffled offensive line will give the Gamecocks a whole new look from the Volunteers. Watch as offensive coordinator Jim Chaney addresses Worley, the offense and their upcoming matchup with South Carolina.