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Erik does Athens, part II

Tennessee's No. 1 quarterback shouldn't be intimidated by Sanford Stadium when the 13th-ranked Vols visit the 10th-ranked Georgia Bulldogs Satuday night in Athens. He has fond memories of the place.

Erik Ainge made his first road start as a college quarterback at Georgia in 2004 and responded with a superior performance. He guided an 80-yard drive on the first possession, capping it with a 22-yard touchdown strike to Bret Smith. Ainge then directed a 49-yard drive that produced a field goal and a 10-0 lead. He finished the day 12 of 21 for 150 yards and two touchdowns as the Vols upset the... Recommended Stories