Yesterday was Tennessee quarterback Josh Dobbs’ final game in Neyland Stadium, and man did he make the most of it. On Senior Day against Missouri, Dobbs was unstoppable with both his arm and his legs, and the weekly awards are starting to roll in:
— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) November 20, 2016
On Saturday, Dobbs was an offense unto himself, compiling 413 total yards: 223 through the air, 190 on the ground. He accounted for 5 total touchdowns and managed to avoid the turnovers that have often taken some of the shine away from what has otherwise been a very nice final campaign.
It was perhaps the best single game of his career, and an excellent final impression to leave on the Volunteer fans that were able to witness it first-hand.
Though Florida’s victory yesterday eliminated Dobbs and the Vols from the SEC title game, Tennessee has still had a very nice season. They’ll look to end the regular season with a win next weekend when they take on Vanderbilt.