The Tennessee Vols suffered a hearbreaking 45-38 loss to Texas A&M in double overtime on Saturday, but the one play that everyone is still talking about centers around a former Dobyns-Bennett Indian.
Malik Foreman made a spectacular game-saving forced fumble late in the fourth quarter against the Aggies, sending the ball out of the end zone for a touchback. But it isn’t the first time he’s made this type of hustle play.
Back in 2012, Foreman ran down a Sevier County player and punched the ball loose and Dobyns-Bennett recovered the ball in the end zone for a touchback.
Last year, with the Vols nursing a 3-point lead against South Carolina, Foreman seemingly came from nowhere again to knock a ball loose and Tennessee recovered, preserving the victory.