Maybe YOU are tempted to say that, but Tennessee head coach Phillip Fulmer isn't. He believes interim coach Ted Roof has Duke playing better football than it did under recently fired head man Carl Franks.
''If you watched Duke against N.C. State (last weekend), it was a heck of a football game,'' Fulmer said. ''They basically ran out of time at the end of the game as they were driving to tie or win the game. They're third in the ACC in rushing and they're No. 1 in the ACC in time of possession. There's a lot to look at, from our team's perspective.
''Offensively, they've made some change since the change in coaches,'' Fulmer added. ''Coach Roof has kind of put his two-cents' worth in as a defensive coach (regarding) things that give people problems. All of a sudden, you've got formations and motions and a lot of things -- the option -- that take some work to defend.''
Duke has a quality running back in Chris Douglas, who ran for 125 yards last week vs. N.C. State. The Blue Devils also present some problems with their quarterback situation.
''They've got three different quarterbacks playing,'' Fulmer said, ''so there are some challenges.''
Mike Schneider is the most experienced of Duke's quarterbacks, playing in seven of the eight games to date. He has rushed for 172 net yards and a 2.4 yards-per-carry average. He has enjoyed modest success as a passer, completing 47 percent of his passes for 1,048 yards with 4 touchdowns and 4 interceptions.
Adam Smith is a more accomplished passer, completing 51.2 percent of his throws for 445 yards with 2 TDs and no interceptions.
Chris Depolito is the best runner among Duke's quarterbacks, averaging 3.6 yards per carry. He has completed just 29 of 89 pass attempts for 70 yards, however.
''Each one's better at some things,'' Fulmer said. ''Each specializes a little.''
Under Roof, Duke seems to specialize in confusion. The Blue Devils do a lot of things to try and confound an opposing defense.
''They'll start in a one-back or no-back set,'' Fulmer noted, ''then shift and wind up in the wishbone.''