Tennessee Fires Head Coach Butch Jones After 0–6 SEC Start

Butch Jones is out at Tennessee after blowout loss to Missouri.  

After losing to Missouri and dropping to 0–6 in SEC play, Tennessee has fired head coach Butch Jones, according to SI.com’s Bruce Feldman.

Jones, the Vols’ coach for five seasons, exits with a 34–27 record at the school. He will be owed a $8.125 million buyout.

Tennessee has lost all six of its conference games this season, including five in a row.

On Saturday, Tennessee lost to Missouri 50–17 giving up 433 yards rushing and 659 yards of total offense. The Volunteers also turned the ball over four times.

Earlier this season, the Vols also lost to Kentucky for the first time in five seasons when their Hail Mary attempt was completed short of the goal line as time expired.

Jones led the Volunteers to back-to-back

Article source: https://www.si.com/college-football/2017/11/12/tennessee-vols-butch-jones-coach-fired

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