Just like any SEC squad, they're gonna be big and fast. Their Defense has average level SEC talent, nothing spectacular. Recruiting picked up when Jeremey Pruitt came on, so all of the really talented players (Alontae Taylor, JJ Peterson, Quavaris Crouch, Greg Emerson) are either Fr. or rFr. Just like at Alabama and Georgia, Pruitt will look to shut the run down first, but with a green DL and mediocre LB corp this won't be as simple as Vol fans probably assume it will be. Ty'son Williams actually has experience beating the Volunteers in Neyland, he got 11 carries in that game, his feedback should come in handy for game planning.
Jim Chaney is their new OC (was at UGA the past three seasons). He will run, run, throw deep to the outside. The Vol OL is not good, their best lineman will be TrFr Wanya Morris, if that tells you anything. They also don't have a Chubb/Michel/Swift/Holyfield on the roster. Slowing down the run shouldn't be too difficult. He doesn't use his TE's, or even attempt to work the middle of the field. They have experienced and talented wideouts, but an issue at QB in Guarantano.
Of the first four games on the schedule, I see this as the most winnable. I say that as an unapologetic SEC homer.