Josh Heupel provides assessment of Vols’ offensive line after Florida game

No. 20 Tennessee (2-1, 0-1 SEC) enters Week 4 after losing, 29-16, at Florida.

Third-year head coach Josh Heupel met with media on Monday and provided an assessment of the Vols’ offensive line.

“At the end of the day, just not as consistent as we needed them to be,” Heupel said. “That’s really the entire offensive unit. I thought the wide receivers took a step in the right direction from how they’ve performed the previous weeks. Collectively as a group, just not as consistent as you need to be to go on the road, to play a good team and be able to move the football and ultimately score points.

“The self-inflicted wounds, that goes into how you’re scoring in the red zone too. It’s not a game of unlimited opportunities, you got to maximize them. You can’t put yourself in first-and-20 and try to play ball.”

Tennessee will next play UTSA on Saturday at Neyland Stadium (4 p.m. EDT, SEC Network).

Story originally appeared on Vols Wire