The Tennessee Volunteers pulled off a big win in Knoxville against the Georgia Bulldogs. Part of the reason the Volunteers were able to pull off the upset was thanks to the play of quarterback Josh Dobbs.
In the game, Dobbs produced 430 yards of total offense and five touchdowns. He was 25 of 42 with 312 with three touchdowns, while rushing for 118 yards and two more touchdowns.
According to Knox News, Dobbs’s performance was good enough to earn him a big honor. He was named the Walter Camp Offensive Player of the Week after his big day.
Below are some highlights Dobbs produced in the 38-31 win.
Dobbs became the first player to win the award since Erik Ainge in 2006. The Volunteers are standing at 3-3 and 1-2 in the SEC. While it is unlikely, the Volunteers still have a very good chance of winning the SEC East right now and Dobbs is going to have to be a big part of that.
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