Tennessee Football Wins Music City Bowl: 5 Takeaways from Vols Victory Over Nebraska

Tennessee football defeated the Nebraska Cornhuskers 38-24 in the Music City Bowl. Here are five takeaways from the Volunteers’ win over the Huskers.

After a tumultuous season where Butch Jones was mocked and put on the hot seat, fans called for Joshua Dobbs’s benching, and a 5-0 start turned into a massively disappointing 8-4 record, Tennessee football finished the season in style.

The Vols got a nice win over the Nebraska Cornhuskers 38-24 in the Music City Bowl. It was the first win in program history over Nebraska after two bad losses to them in the 1990s.

And with the win, the Vols have won three straight bowl games for the first time since 1994 through 1996. Ever since then, they hadn’t even won two straight bowl games.

With the win, both Tennessee and Nebraska finished the season 9-4. It may have been a bittersweet ending for the Vols, but there are plenty of positives that come from this.

Here are five takeaways from Tennessee football’s Music City Bowl victory.

1. The Vols have key stars to replace. 

It’s good news and bad news. Joshua Dobbs delivered an encore for his final game in orange with 409 total yards and four total touchdowns en route to being named Music City Bowl MVP. Derek Barnett also delivered an encore in what is likely his final game with six tackles,

Article source: http://www.foxsports.com/college-football/story/tennessee-football-wins-music-city-bowl-5-takeaways-from-vols-victory-over-nebraska-123016

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