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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Perhaps we're not as free as we think
Topic - Matt Simms
LSU remembers how close unranked Tennessee came to pulling off the upset a year ago.
Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray could miss about six weeks after breaking his right thumb against Georgia.
Former Tennessee coach Johnny Majors had an old-school suggestion for current coach Derek Dooley on how to minimize the Volunteers' problems converting third downs: Go to the quick kick.
Cameron Newton has abundant faith in No. 4 Florida's new quarterback.
Matt Simms' experience managing an offense appears to be giving him the edge in Tennessee's quarterback competition.
"I did an interview with someone in the summer and they asked me who was the one team I would love to go against," Simms said after practice this week. "I said LSU, and I got what I wished for. I'm just looking forward to it, looking forward to the experience. It's a tough position for all of us, and we've just got to focus and win our first SEC game."
"The best thing about Gerald Jones is that he's an extremely tough receiver," he said. "You can't say that about many receivers nowadays. They want to make that big catch on the outside, but Gerald's one of the few receivers that will go through the middle of the field and take a hit against a linebacker and get those tough yards."