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September 8, 2012Tennessee (2-0) took care of business against Georgia State (0-2) in workmanlike fashion on Saturday afternoon, prevailing 51-13 and officially setting the stage for next week's match-up with Florida.
Tyler Bray carried the offense against an outmanned Georgia State squad, completing 18-of-20 passes for 310 yards and four touchdowns. Bray completed 13 consecutive passes at one point, and found Justin Hunter for three of his scoring tosses.
It was the second week in a row that Bray topped the 300-yard mark. The Vols offense racked up 551 yards on the day and the starters were able to spend the entire fourth quarter watching from the sidelines.
Georgia State scored on two first half field goals, but took only two snaps inside the Vols' 20 yard line all day long.
Raijon Neal led the Vols with 65 yards on 13 carries, adding one touchdown. Freshman Quenshuan Watson came off the bench in the second half to pick up his first career touchdown while adding 27 yards on seven carries.