Alabama handed Tennessee an embarrassing 49-10 loss on Saturday at Neyland Stadium.
The 39-point margin of defeat was the Vols' largest in the rivalry series since 1906 when Alabama won 51-0.
Tennessee's offense managed to gain only 163 yards a week after putting up 684 against Texas A&M.
Both of Tennessee's starting offensive tackles left the game due to injury and were replaced with freshmen backups.
Alabama rushed for more than 400 yards for the first time since 1986.
Wes Rucker from govols247.com and former Vol Jayson Swain, join WBIR 10Sports Executive Producer Patrick Murray to discuss the game on Sunday Sports Talk, which airs live at 10 A.M. on WBIR every Sunday after a Tennessee football game.