The streak is dead.
After going 15 quarters without scoring a touchdown, the Tennessee Vols' offense finally broke through in the second quarter against Kentucky in Lexington on Saturday.
Ty Chandler burst through the Wildcat's defense on the 1-yard line to put the Vols down 14-13 at the time.
The Vols had threatened to score earlier in the game; Chandler broke for an 80 yard run in the first quarter and crossed the goal line, but the play was called back on a holding penalty assessed to Josh Smith.
DO NOT AVERT YOUR EYES: That’s an offensive touchdown AND an under-center play. pic.twitter.com/7qm2o0sXqF— FOX Sports Knoxville (@FOXSportsKnox) October 29, 2017
The Vols' first touchdown in nearly four games came with some drama; the previous play, Chandler had picked up a 13-yard gain and appeared to have crossed the goal line, but his knee was down at the one-yard line. Video review forced the Vols to run another play from the one-yard line, but they had no problem this time.
Chandler tacked on a second touchdown toward the end of the first half, trimming the Vols' deficit to one in a 20-21 game.
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