Any questions Tennessee coach Butch Jones had about his team's quarterback position were dismissed as Joshua Dobbs dazzled in the come-from-behind victory at South Carolina Saturday night. Dobbs had a career night, rushing for 166 yards (three rushing touchdowns), breaking the single-game QB rushing record (109) set by Jimmy Streater in 1979. Down a toudown late in the fourth quarter, Dobbs orchestrated a nine-play, 85-yard march to send the contest into overtime. In extra time, an Aaron Medley field goal lifted Tennessee past South Carolina 45-42. The win was the first for the Volunteers at Williams-Brice Stadium since 2006.