Jalen Hurd says he plans to transfer from Tennessee

Hurd, a Beech High School graduate, had season-lows of eight carries and 16 yards in Saturday's loss at SC while sophomore John Kelly was the team's leading rusher with 94 yards on 14 carries.

"I think it's the combination of a long football season, (he's) been contemplating that".

"With that being said, we're going to move on, focus on this week and play a great ball game".

Hurd's averages of 3.7 yards per carry and 64.4 yards per game were career lows.

Tennessee's soap opera season just got even more convoluted.

"I can tell you one thing, when he's getting evaluated by NFL Draft evaluators and front office personnel, there will be a massive red flag next to his name, knowing that when things got a little tough and they lost three in a row, he chose to walk out on his team". Jones said he met with Hurd on Monday morning and discussed the situation.

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As it turns out, Jonathan Kongbo's "All things much come to an end" Tweet was actually about losing a game of Federation Internationale de Football Association, not the end of Kongbo's Tennessee career. Dobbs was 12 of 26 and threw two interceptions and lost one fumble against SC. "It was obviously upsetting, but then my focus is just on the guys that are here". "That's something that can't happen moving forward". "People were in the right position but didn't make plays".

"We wish him the best, for sure", quarterback Josh Dobbs said.

Tennessee (5-3) hosts Football Championship Subdivision program Tennessee Tech (3-5) on Saturday. Tennessee follows that up by hosting Kentucky and Missouri before visiting Vanderbilt.

NOVEMBER 21, 2015 - \tn during the game between the Missouri Tigers and the Tennessee Volunteers at Memorial Stadium at Faurot Field in Columbia, MO.

"Everybody wants to push the panic button", Tennessee coach Butch Jones said. "That's football. We live in a week-to-week season".

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