Vol defensive coordinator John Chavis may never forget the way UK shredded his defense that day.
''They got hot,'' he said. ''When they get hot, they can play with anybody. They attacked us, and it took awhile to slow the bleeding. We never stopped it but we finally slowed it down, made a few plays on defense and got back in the game.''
Although Lorenzen gave UT fits two years ago, Chavis is just as concerned with Kentucky's backup quarterback, Shane Boyd.
''He's got a backup who's an outstanding player, as well,'' Chavis said. ''There's going to always be good players at Kentucky, just like we're always going to have good players at Tennessee.''