Tennessee offensive line making big strides amid adversity (The Associated Press)


After overcoming multiple injuries to create more running room and allow fewer sacks this season, Tennessee's offensive line is gearing up for one of its toughest tests. Tennessee takes the Southeastern Conference's second-leading rushing attack into Missouri, which ranks fifth among all Football Bowl Subdivision teams in scoring defense and eighth in total defense. ''We're facing, I believe, the stiffest challenge we've faced all year in terms of just the completeness of a defense,'' said Tennessee coach Butch Jones, whose team already has played No. 3 Alabama (No. 2 College Football Playoff), No. 7 Oklahoma (No. 7 CFP) and No. 8 Florida (No. 8 CFP).


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