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Vols get their kicks

It's supposed to be one-third of football, but the kicking game was more like 90 percent as Tennessee rallied from a 15-point fourth-quarter deficit to nip Vanderbilt 25-24 Saturday at Neyland Stadium.

Trailing 24-9 late in the third quarter, the Vols got a roughing-the-punter call against Vandy's Broderick Stewart, extending a drive that ended six plays later with a touchdown that narrowed the gap to 24-16. "That was huge," Vol quarterback Erik Ainge said. "When you get second life like that you've got to go take advantage of it. Obviously, we were very fortunate there." Indeed they were...

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