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Tennessee Football's New Motivational Theme Is ’25 Points’
Randy Sartin-USA TODAY Sports
The Tennessee football team is rallying around "25 Points" as new motivation going into the 2016 season. Why "25 Points" you may ask? Well...
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The Vols' last five losses, going back to November 22, 2014...

Alabama 19 – Tennessee 14
Arkansas 24 – Tennessee 20
Florida 28 – Tennessee 27
Oklahoma 31 – Tennessee 24
Missouri 29 – Tennessee 21

Whatever it takes, I guess.

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randomways97 months
25 points. 50 first dates. Whichever. They're not getting lucky either way, it seems.
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Prof96 months
I think that's the entire point. If you're that close, it's time to start getting lucky.
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rockytop62797 months
I think the significance of the "last 5 losses" thing is that the 2014 South Carolina game (aka when the referenced 13-5 stretch started) is when Josh Dobbs took over and it truly became his team. We were a vastly different team previous to that, with Justin Worley under center.
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rockytop62797 months
IOW, that's the turning point when the team started to look less like a team of Dooley holdovers and more like the team we are now, and since then UT has played a lot better overall.
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bigDgator97 months
Why not 20 games, "70 PTS" didn't seem to have the same luster?
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rockytop62797 months
Let's just go all time while we're at it. 3042 points, why not?
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c on z97 months
Butch accounted for 12 of those points.
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Edearl Watson97 months
They should have with 20. As in games in a row lost to Bama and Florida. If that doesn't motivate them, nothing will.
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rockytop62797 months
Technically we are 1-19 in our last 20 games vs Bama and UF thank you very much
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CAD703X97 months
we only 'kind of' lost
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