UPDATE (12:30 p.m.): Butch explains:
JONES on not going for two: We had great confidence in our defense, so we felt comfortable in that decision.— Tennessee Football (@Vol_Football) September 26, 2015
Things were good for Tennessee with 10 minutes left to go against Florida. The Volunteers, losers of their last nine against Florida entering the game, scored to make it 26-14. Many suspected the Vols would go for two to make it a two-touchdown game.
Jones didn't; he went with his chart. The Vols ended up losing by 1.
Should he have gone for two?
One coach said it was a no-brainer. Another said it wasn't. Another said it's a gut decision. https://t.co/2EglG53AcA— Travis Haney (@TravHaneyESPN) September 28, 2015
Butch Jones must've never played Madden: That's a two-point conversion all day. Still, it says a lot about those last 10 minutes that Florida was even in position to win the game in the first place.
Went back and watched Tennessee's last two defensive series. Here's a breakdown of how/when Vols brought pressure: pic.twitter.com/gncvRPTpef— Patrick Brown (@patrickbrownTFP) September 28, 2015