KNOXVILLE — Tennessee interim coach Brady Hoke struck a vague tone for the second week in a row when discussing injuries as he met with reporters on Monday. He did reveal one bit of noteworthy injury news, however. Hoke said freshman quarterback Will McBride will be available for Saturday's season finale against Vanderbilt. McBride was not active for the LSU game on Saturday with Hoke saying that McBride was not ready "protocol wise." "Will will be available," Hoke said Monday.
Family. That was the word that players and coaches on the 1997 Southeastern Conference champion Tennessee football team used to describe the bond they had. "Absolutely. Nothing but family," defensive back Fred White from that team said Friday. "I always tell people, though, that it didn't start in '97. It started before then. It started in '95 when I first got here. The older guys just showed us what it really meant to be a Tennessee Volunteer."
KNOXVILLE — At his Wednesday press conference, Tennessee interim head coach Brady Hoke was asked about his two quarterbacks, freshman Will McBride and redshirt freshman Jarrett Guarantano. Hoke answered by talking about his defensive ends. The Vols and Hoke are giving nothing away with who the starting quarterback will be on Saturday when Tennessee hosts LSU. However, Hoke did mention that Guarantano was healthier than he has been.
Just my thoughts, but I don’t think it was just the Instagram video. Dude won’t even stand on the sidelines and support his team. I’m sure that went into the decision as well. There’s probably a reason he hasn’t been seen in awhile.
@JefferyGarrett5 Basically he thought he is good to go for the Vandy game but the coaches told him no. Then he started talking about needing to get a coaching staff that’s honest. It was very critical of the coaching staff right now.
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