Tinsley said. ''They (Scarlet Knights) were double-teaming Kelley, and that
gave me an opportunity, and I think I showed myself there.''
Offensive coordinator Randy Sanders says it's far too early to proclaim
Tennessee's search for a No. 2 receiver ended, however.
''Derrick is really effective when we can get him matched up on linebackers
and safeties,'' offensive coordinator Randy Sanders said. ''I don't think
he's necessarily the No. 2 receiver when he starts having to run routes on
corners. That sort of changes the game a little.
''If we can get him matched up and get what he gave us (vs. Rutgers), that's
a big bonus for us.''