9. Tennessee's coverage unit bounced back after allowing Chris Garrett to race 95 yards for a touchdown on the Vols' first kickoff of the game.
7. Jonathan Crompton threw just one interception, his low for the season.
6. Chris Walker's seven-yard interception-return TD gave Tennessee a 21-14 lead and a much-needed emotional lift in the second quarter.
5. Official review. If Bobcat linebacker Noah Keller's 46-yard fumble-return TD had been allowed to stand, the game's complexion might have radically changed at that point.
3. Ohio U quarterback Theo Scott (30 of 52 for 319 yards) probably suffered from a tired right arm in the fourth quarter.
2. After completing 15 of 28 passes for 173 first-half yards, Tennessee turned the game over to dependable Montario Hardesty (124 second-half rushing yards).
1. When former Vol Fuad Reveiz consoled his injured son by giving him a kiss on the forehead along the UT sidelines, you KNEW Tennessee was not going to lose that game.