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Tyson Lee had an idea he was utilizing most of the offensive personnel on the field. But the Bulldog quarterback was surprised to find out in the Tennessee game he'd thrown to nine different teammates, and a week later against Middle Tennessee to ten. "I didn't even know it was that many!" he said.

UsAgainst Kentucky the targets-total dropped to seven, but their combined output made for Lee's best day yet. The junior was 26-of-42 passing for 261 yards, also his first 200-yard afternoon. Just as noteworthy, for a third-straight game Lee's average gain on those completions went for double-digits. He had 197 yards on 17 catches against MTSU, 114 on a dozen made-grabs at Knoxville. The trend is...

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