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Cotton Bowl executive director Rick Baker isn’t thinking matchup this year. He’s thinking driving distance.

What with terrorist threats and shaky nerves, bowl CEOs such as Baker will be taking their cue from real estate agents. That’s right, it’s all about location, location, location.…

A real Tennessee waltz

KNOXVILLE – On a holiday weekend when seemingly every college football game was either a huge upset or a down-to-the-wire nail-biter, Tennessee-Vanderbilt was utterly and completely predictable.

The Volunteers were supposed to win. They were supposed to win big. And they followed the script to the letter.

Tennessee 38, Vanderbilt 0 may not have been the most exciting game on the schedule over the last few days, but for a Volunteers team that still has national championship aspirations and is staring at a showdown with Southeastern Conference rival Florida in Gainesville next week, boring was good.

”This was a big win for us,” Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer said. ”Offensively we made some great plays, defensively we got back on track with the shutout. Now we just have to go to Gainesville and tee it up.”

The seventh-ranked Vols (9-1, 6-1 SEC) could hardly have asked for a better setup for their game with the Gators. Tennessee came out of Saturday’s game with no significant injuries, was able to rest several banged-up starters and got a sorely needed confidence boost a week after escaping lightweight Kentucky with a three-point victory.

If Tennessee could beat Florida next week and then win in the SEC Championship Game in Atlanta Dec. 1, it could do nothing but help the Vols chances of being in the Rose Bowl Jan. 3.

”We’ve got to have a good, confident attitude to go there and fight,” said defensive end Constantin Ritzmann, who had seven tackles and two sacks against Vandy. ”If you’re confident about any situation, then you go out and play better.”

For the Vols, it was one of the most complete games offensively of the season. Tennessee rolled up 474 yards of offense, 278 of it coming from the arm of quarterback Casey Clausen, who was 20-of-29 and threw two touchdowns against no interceptions.

Wide receiver Donte Stallworth continued his late-season bid for All-SEC honors, catching four passes for 128 yards and a touchdown. He also returned three punts for 65 yards, including a 55-yarder for a touchdown.

”Dante has had an incredible stretch,’ said Fulmer of Stallworth, who has 19 catches for 439 yards and seven touchdowns over his last three games.

”If it’s possible for a guy to make all-conference in three games, then I think he’s probably done it.”

Defensively, the Vols were just as dominant, if not more so. Vanderbilt had just …