Tennessee was firing on all cylinders this weekend in its 37-17 win over the Kentucky Wildcats.

Quarterback Tyler Bray had an excellent game, going 20-for-34 for four touchdowns and no interceptions. And Bray got lots of help from the Volunteers' defense, which held the Wildcats to three points in the second half.

Even Tennessee's mascot, Smokey, got in on the action.

As he led the Volunteers out of the tunnel at halftime, Smokey may have actually gotten a little too fired up. As you'll see in the video below, Smokey ran from the goal line to midfield, where he brushed by Kentucky kicker Craig McIntosh.

No mascots or kickers were harmed in the making of this video.

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As much as Smokey may have wanted to get into McIntosh's head, his ploy didn't work. McIntosh scored the Wildcats' only points of the second half on a 29-yard field goal in the third quarter.

(H/T to Kegs 'N Eggs)

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