It’s going to be a long season.That’s all I could think as my family and I walked away from Bank of America Stadium Saturday in Charlotte, aimlessly in search of pride in being Vols fans . . . and an Uber.Expectations weren’t high, at least mine weren’t. Rewinding back just a week ago, here are a few snippets of my thoughts going into a matchup with nationally ranked West Virginia.“I don’t expect the Vols to win. I’m not really sure it will even be close. . . I just hope to see some semblance of improvement, which shouldn’t be hard considering the Vols were historically inept last fall.”And yet, the Tennessee season started with the center missing a block on a simple screen pass and quarterback Jarrett Guarantano being hit while trying to release on a one-step drop.