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Derek Dooley's struggles at Tennessee have continued in his third season in Knoxville, as the Volunteers sit at 3-5 and 0-5 in SEC play. The Vols head coach still doesn't have a marquee win on Rocky Top, and his team is currently on a four-game skid as it enters November. The good news is that Dooley's players are still competing hard for him every Saturday. But in the SEC, that isn't enough for a head coach to keep his job at a major program... Dooley said the focus remains on finishing the season strong and not on his job status. "I really do not think about that," Dooley said when asked about his coaching hot seat. "And I mean that. Any of that stuff is beyond my control. All that's going to do is bring a lot of anxiety to me, the team, all that, which is unnecessary. It's so important that we just maintain our focus on what's next and go 1-0, and that's what we're trying to do here."
The Vols head coach may need to run the table to keep his job.
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