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Butch Jones: Jarrett Guarantano has earned the opportunity

12 October 2017

Tennessee will have a new starting quarterback when the Vols take on SC. That was the plan as of Tuesday afternoon, anyway.

According to the report, Quinten Dormady, who started the first five games for Tennessee, is now contemplating his future at Tennessee. Dormady has completed 55.5 percent of his passes and thrown for 925 yards.

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In its last three games, Tennessee fell 26-20 to Florida on a tiebreaking 63-yard touchdown pass as time expired, edged 27 1/2-point underdog Massachusett 17-13and suffered the blowout loss to Georgia. "So it's more just, I think Jarrett has earned that right and opportunity".

With Dormady at the helm, Tennessee's offense ranks 109th nationally in total offense, averaging 333.4 yards a game.

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Now, Dormady finds himself in a position similar to the position Guarantano was in during the Georgia Tech game. Cameras caught an emotional and obviously frustrated player exhibiting what could fairly be described as negative body language, with Scott suggesting the moment humbled Guarantano. It was all over the national TV and everywhere like that.

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"With the help of your parents, us as coaches, your teammates, we're going to help you through this", Scott said. "What he's done is he's done a really good job just mentally of understanding how to focus, how to be a great teammate, learning how to take the steps to be the quarterback". We go through life, we have setbacks and it's how you deal with it.

Butch Jones: Jarrett Guarantano has earned the opportunity