Tennessee lost to No. 17 ranked South Carolina 35-38 in Columbia, S.C. on Saturday.
This loss adds another to UT's list. The team hasn't won a game in October, and this is the third-straight-year Tennessee starts SEC zero to five.
Vols were down as many as two touchdowns, twice during that game. Still the team kept fighting throughout the four quarters, but fell short due to a costly turnover.
UT wide receiver Zach Rogers made an incredible catch in the fourth quarter, after Vol quarterback Tyler Bray threw him the ball. This was one of Rogers' three touchdowns of the day, putting Tennessee within three of a tie.
Vol linebacker Herman Lathers made an interception, which got Tennessee the ball at the third down with four minutes left on the clock.
Tyler Bray drove the Vols to Gamecocks' 19 with 1:08 left in the game. Bray was hit from behind by South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. The ball popped loose from Bray, and South Carolina linebacker Shaq Wilson recovered the ball.
During the second quarter, South Carolina lost its star Marcus Lattimore to an apparent knee injury, and the running back was taken to the hospital.