Here's a recap:
All told, Tennessee has scored 19 times (13 touchdowns, 6 field goals) in 25 red-zone chances, a success rate of 76 percent.
Interestingly enough, the Vols rank No. 2 among SEC teams in red zone defense. Opponents have scored just eight times (six TDs, two FGs) in 14 forays inside the 20-yard line. That's a success rate of just 57.1 percent. And, remember, one of the TDs was quite controversial. UT had stopped Florida's Earnest Graham cold on fourth-and-goal at the 1, but he was credited with a score when he extended his arm with the ball in his hand, supposedly breaking the plane of the goal line.