2001 RECORD: 7-5 (5-3, T1 in SEC West)
FINAL RANKING: not ranked
Consecutive losses by the Tigers to end the 2001 season, the team's longest year-end losing slide since it dropped four straight in 1976.
An opposing coach's view
Quarterback is the last puzzle piece for the talented Tigers
"If they get the quarterback squared away, they'll be really good. Jason Campbell was just young last year, and young is scary with the speed and athleticism in this league.... Tailback Carnell Williams is a difference maker. They'll give it to him 35 times and control the game.... Tight end Lorenzo Diamond is athletic and strong and tough.... They've got a good defense. Tackle DeMarco McNeil is quick for a big man and plays hard.... In Damon Duval they have the best kicker in the league. He'll win three games by himself."
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