Myles Garrett is not 100 percent, as he is playing with an injured ankle.
And so far it does not seem to matter, as he is making plays all over the field. On Tennessee’s first drive, he stopped Alvin Kamara for no gain on a third down after he drove Tennessee’s lineman into the backfield.
On the next drive, Tennessee quarterback Josh Dobbs fumbled the ball on third down. Of course, Garrett was the one who applied the pressure.
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The fumble led to a Texas A&M touchdown, which gave the Aggies their first lead of the day. Tennessee better figure out how to block Garrett, otherwise it will be a long day for the Volunteers.