Things looked bleak for the Tennessee Volunteers entering the final five minutes of Thursday night’s Taxslayer Gator Bowl against the Indiana Hoosiers. But after scoring zero touchdowns all game, the Vols scored two touchdowns in a 30-second span to pull off a 23-22 comeback win in Jacksonville.

With 4:21 remaining, Tennessee *linebacker* Quavaris Crouch got the carry for a one-yard touchdown run.

The Vols made the extra point to make it a 22-16 game, and then recovered an onside kick to immediately get the ball back. Three plays later, Tennessee running back Eric Gray found the end zone for what would serve as a game-winning touchdown (after the go-ahead extra point).

While the Vols got it done on the field, things didn’t go as smoothly in the stands.

 

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