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BRISTOL, Tenn. (WKRN) – It’s not how you start, but how you finish-at least that was Tennessee’s mentality after crushing Virginia Tech in the Battle at Bristol Saturday night.

It was a rocky beginning for Rocky Top as the Vols started the game with two three-and-out drives as Virginia Tech scored twice to take a 14-0 lead.

With a two-score lead and moving the football, the Hokies turned a routine handoff into their first blunder of the game and it was all Tennessee needed to completely take over.

On the first play off the turnover, Josh Dobbs found former Blackman star Juan Jennings for the first Tennessee touchdown of the game to cut the lead to 14-7.PHOTOS: Battle at Bristol

After holding Virginia Tech to a punt on its next drive, Tennessee quickly went 90 yards on just four plays as Dobbs tossed a 38 yard touchdown pass to former Station Camp star Josh Malone as the game was all even at 14-14.

Forcing a second Virginia Tech turnover, as well as a punt, Tennessee added 10 points before halftime as Josh Dobbs scored on a five-yard touchdown run to make it 24-14 headed to halftime.

The second half was more of the same as Tennessee forced three more Virginia Tech turnovers going on a scoring run of 45-3 to beat the Hokies 45-24.

Dobbs had five total touchdowns, three passing and two rushing, while setting the record for most rushing yards by a Tennessee quarterback.

Alvin Kamara had a receiving touchdown and John Kelly had the game’s final score for the Vols as Tennessee moves to 2-0 on the year.

Battle at Bristol broke college football attendance records Saturday night as over 156,000 fans filled the speedway. Click here for full coverage of the Battle at Bristol.