Albert Dorsey roamed the defensive backfield for the Vols as a starter in 1967, the year Tennessee went 9-2 and won the SEC championship finished ranked No. 2 in the final AP and UPI polls.
That was the same year Dorsey was named All-America for his defensive performances. Among his greatest was the 1967 version of the Third Saturday in October. Tennessee entered the game in Birmingham with their first national ranking of the season at No. 7 , while Alabama was No. 6. Dorsey picked off three passes that afternoon to seal Vols' 24-13 win at Legion Field, snapping the Crimson Tide's 25-game winning streak.
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