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Tennessee just lost its most explosive All-American for the rest of the season Joe Robbins/Getty Images
KNOXVILLE, TN - SEPTEMBER 24: Evan Berry #29 of the Tennessee Volunteers reacts after a fumble recovery against the Florida Gators in the first quarter at Neyland Stadium on September 24, 2016 in Knoxville, Tennessee. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

The one good part about Tennessee’s play over the course of the season has been its special teams and specifically the play of Evan Berry. He averages almost 33 yards per kickoff return and has 460 total yards on kickoff returns in nine games to go with a touchdown. However, he won’t be able to add to those stats the rest of the year because of an injury.

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Tennessee is currently 6-3 and still has to play Kentucky, Missouri and Vanderbilt to finish out the season. There’s a very real chance of going 9-3 and even still getting to Atlanta for the SEC Championship Game, but without Berry it will likely prove to be a tougher road.

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