Jeremy Pruitt called it a "miscommunication" between Jarrett Guarantano and Tennessee's offensive employees.
Jordan Rodgers of the SEC network was not as forgiving in the fourth quarter's defeat on Saturday night in Alabama in his contention that quarterback Vols's fourth goal for a touchdown was returned.
Rodgers posted a video on Twitter this Monday reporting on what he considered a former quarterback. Guarantano goes to the piece "Rogue" and called his own number, which led to an angry Pruitt on the sidelines.
"To put it bluntly, this was not referred to as a quarterback sneak, nor does Garantano seem to be audible because of his left guard. I would not retire if it was a quarterback," Rodgers says in the video. "The real game call here is G-Lead, an energy scheme. It's a down-and-around scheme.
"When Guaranteeano delivers that ball, it's an absolute walk to the end zone." Jim Chaney had a great game call ̵
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"This was an absolute villain of Jarrett Guarantano and cost her the game," Rodgers said. "Jeremy Pruitt has the right to be angry, watch how it turns out, it's the perfect play call, it's a touchdown when he's handed out and who knows what happens in the fourth quarter."
Guarantano lost control of the ball Triumphant Crimson Tide defender Trevon Diggs intercepted an attempt to reach the goal line in the end zone, which made it 100 yards in the other direction to seal Alabama's victory.
The goal line is correct, so you have the option to run the sneak or retake the ball to Q (Quavaris Crouch), "Pruitt said after the defeat. "There were some misunderstandings out there, and that's our fault, it's not anyone's fault, it's the trainers' fault, starting with me, there's no reason to hurry, the ball is so far from the finish line." 19659002] "We did two quarterback sneakers at the beginning of the game by pushing the stack, and our guys pointed a little forward, so if we talked about that on the sideline, we could either go back with it (with a Handover) or start a sneak, and we decided on a sneak and should not have jumped over it, should have pushed him there in the middle. "
Tennessee left the watchman Smith and middle Brandon Kennedy addressed the game after the game, without much clarity.
"I've withdrawn from the game," Smith said. "I really did not know what happened, but it was a simple misunderstanding, I'm not sure what the call was, and I do not want to reveal the details of our calls and nuances, but it was a misunderstanding and we have to to make us even better at execution. "