KNOXVILLE — Tennessee tight end Eli Wolf was a little worried when he got his instructions from head coach Butch Jones.Eli was called in to do the Vols ‘Circle of Life’ drill against his brother Ethan Wolf, and Jones made the brothers get five yards apart — nearly double the length they traditionally stand.“We lined up,” Eli Wolf said, “they spread us out about five yards and I thought, ‘Dang, we’re really going to smack each other.’ I was focused on that.” Jones blew the whistle but quickly...
KNOXVILLE — Tennessee is exactly three weeks from the season opener, but the Vols still have plenty of work to do, according to head coach Butch Jones.“We have a lot of work to be done,” Jones said during Tennessee’s media day Sunday.“We’re nowhere where we need to be in terms of being game-ready. We still have a number of positions that are extremely competitive.”
Quarterback is still one of those positions, and the Vols “have not made”a decision regarding a starter, according to Jones.
KNOXVILLE — Georgia Tech’s offense has understandably garnered much of the attention this offseason. With its unique option offense, it runs a scheme that gives defenses fits, and Tennessee has already started to prepare for it.The defense is not the only group getting ready for the Yellow Jackets, though. The Vols offense is aware what they do against Georgia Tech’s defense will be just as important as how UT defends the option.
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