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TABLE OF CONTENTS 2........... THIS IS TENNESSEE 46......... 2011 OUTLOOK 46............Position-by-Position Breakdown 51............Depth Chart 52............Roster 56............Opponent Information & Matchups 60......... STAFF 62............Head Coach Derek Dooley 64............Coordinators & Assistant Coaches 74............Football Administration & Staff 82......... THE VOLS 84............Player Profiles 113..........2011 Signees 116........ 2010 REVIEW 117..........Year in Review 119..........Game Reviews 132..........Season Statistics 138........ HONORS & RECORDS 140..........All-Americans 148 .........All-SEC 150..........Freshman Awards 151..........National Awards & Halls of Fame 153..........Academic Honors 156..........School Records 164..........Year-by-Year Statistics & Results 169..........All-Time Results 178........ VOLMANAC 180..........Neyland Stadium 182..........Vols in the Pros 188..........Bowl History 190..........Ranking History 192..........All-Time Lettermen & Staff 202..........UT Administration & Athletics Staff 205..........UT Media Relations 206..........VOL Network 207..........SEC Composite Schedule Guide Credits The official 2011 University of Tennessee Football Guide is published by the Department of Athletics, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996. The University is an EEO/ AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution in the provision of employment programs and services. Editors: Jimmy Stanton, Jason Yellin, Bud Ford, Cameron Harris, Andrew Lentz, Drew Rutherford • Page Design: Amanda Pruitt • Editorial Assistants: Drew Edwards, John Painter, Todd Mounce, Josh Pate, Robert Burt • Photography: Patrick Murphy-Racey (pmrphoto.com); Elizabeth Olivier (UTSports.com) • Cover & Additional Design: The Tombras Group • Back Cover and Additional Design: John Schaffhauser (Schaffhauser Design, Canton, Miss.) • Printing: UT Graphic Arts. E01-8601-004-009-11.


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2011 OUTLOOK 46 Outlook /// 51 Depth Chart /// 52 Roster /// 54 Lettermen Returning /Lost /// 55 Roster Geography /// 56 2011 Opponents /// 58 Opponent All-Time Series Information

Youth Abundant in 2011 UT Football Roster A Position-byPosition Glance at the Vols QUARTERBACK

>> Lettermen Returning (2): Tyler Bray Matt Simms

So. Sr.

Backing up Bray will be senior Matt Simms, who started Tennessee’s first eight games last year. Known for his toughness and leadership qualities, Simms threw for 1,460 yards and eight touchdowns during his first season in Knoxville in 2010. Other quarterbacks on the roster include freshman mid-term enrollee and 2010 Gatorade National Player of the Year Justin Worley, redshirt freshman Nash Nance, and sophomore Doak Raulston.

TAILBACK 1L 1L

>> Lettermen Lost (0) Tyler Bray enters the 2011 season as the starter at quarterback after the Vols won four of his five starts, including wins in all four of his November starts and overtime loss in the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl. Bray, a 6-6, 210-pound quarterback, completed 125 of 224 passes for 1,849 yards, 18 touchdowns and 10 interceptions, all of which set Volunteer freshman records. Bray ranked third among all Division I freshman passers in quarterback rating at 142.73 and earned SEC Freshman of the Week honors for three of his four November starts. He also tied the UT bowl record with four touchdown passes against North Carolina, and became the first Vol quarterback since Peyton Manning to throw for more than 300 yards in as many as four games. Bray also set UT records for one half with 308 yards passing and five touchdowns.

>> Lettermen Returning (2): Rajion Neal Tauren Poole

So. Sr.

1L 3L

So.

2L

>> Lettermen Lost (1): David Oku

Senior Tauren Poole anchors the ground game for the Vols in 2011, returning for his final season after earning All-SEC Honorable Mention honors from the AP while rushing for 1,034 yards on 204 carries in 2010. The 5-foot-10, 210-pound Poole recorded six 100-yard games, tying Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton for the most in the conference last year, while averaging 5.1 yards per carry and collected 11 touchdowns. Poole, who will serve as the Vols’ only senior starter on offense, also caught 22 passes for 171 yards and one touchdown and started all 13 games at tailback. His rushing yardage total marked the 16th campaign in school history of more than 1,000 yards, and he ranked eighth in the SEC at 79.5 rushing yards per game. >>> continued on page 48


OUTLOOK JUSTIN HUNTER

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The lone returning team captain on the 2011 squad with the graduation of Nick Reveiz and Luke Stocker, Poole has played in 38 career games and owns 1,205 career rushing yards and led the team with 12 total touchdowns last season. Behind Poole will be 5-11, 205-pound sophomore Rajion Neal, who produced big plays as a runner and receiver in his freshman year with the Vols. Neal rushed for 197 yards as a freshman, but his explosiveness led to a 58-yard reception at Georgia that set up a Tennessee touchdown as well as a 40yard run in his first college game vs. UT Martin. Neal is currently listed as the Vols’ backup in the depth chart. Two incoming freshmen from the state of Florida, Marlin Lane, Jr. from Daytona Beach and Tom Smith from Apopka, could also see time at running back for the Vols. Lane rushed for 13.4 yards per carry and 601 yards in only five games as a senior, while Smith rushed for 1,253 yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior. Others listed at the tailback position include three redshirt freshmen: Dorian Cozart, Deanthoine Summerhill and Jaron Toney, and a redshirt sophomore in Toney Williams.

FULLBACK

>> Lettermen Returning (2): Ben Bartholomew Channing Fugate

Jr. So.

2L 1L

Sr.

3L

>> Lettermen Lost (1): Kevin Cooper

Blocking from the fullback position is critical to a strong running game, and the Vols received a boost down the stretch from 6-foot-1, 245-pound Channing Fugate last fall. As a true freshman, Fugate played in all 13 games, including starts in the last five games of the season. Fugate returns for his sophomore season and is listed as the starter at fullback, one of eight sophomores currently listed as an offensive starter. In addition to his contributions as a blocker, he caught two passes for 21 yards, including a 17-yard reception in the win over Kentucky. Redshirt junior Ben Bartholomew is listed as the backup to Fugate at fullback, although Bartholomew will also spend time at tight end. Redshirt freshman Austin Bolen is also on the roster at fullback. 48

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WIDE RECEIVER

>> Lettermen Returning (4): Cory Eichholtz Justin Hunter Da’Rick Rogers Zach Rogers

>> Lettermen Lost (2): Gerald Jones Denarius Moore

Jr. So. So. Jr.

1L 1L 1L 2L

Sr. Sr.

4L 4L

Few programs can lose two senior wide receivers and still have cause for optimism in the following season’s passing game, but Tennessee is in that position heading into 2011 thanks to the returning players at the position. The Vols lost Denarius Moore and Gerald Jones from last year’s squad – two starters, two seniors, and the two best-performing receivers. Moore totaled 981 yards and caught nine touchdowns, while Jones caught four touchdowns and collected 596 yards in establishing himself as a consistently reliable option in thirddown situations. Sophomores Justin Hunter and Da’Rick Rogers made an immediate impact as true freshmen in 2010 and are slated to start at the two receiver positions this fall. Hunter was a true vertical threat in the passing game, as he set a Tennessee freshman record with seven touchdown passes and led the squad with 25.9 yards per reception. Rogers was a versatile player for the Vols a year ago, catching 11 passes for 167 yards and also rushing 16 times for 117 yards. He scored two touchdowns last season, including a 45-yard strike to give Tennessee the lead in the second quarter against North Carolina. Junior Zach Rogers, sophomore Matt Milton and incoming freshman Vincent Dallas will all see action at receiver. Zach Rogers is a veteran with the Vols and had a solid season in 2010 with 14 catches for 207 yards, including a 72-yard touchdown vs. UAB that marked the longest scoring play for the Vols since the 2006 season. Milton appeared in four games in 2010, while Dallas is an early enrollee who impressed in spring practice. DeAnthony Arnett is another incoming freshman who will figure in the mix at receiver. As a senior, he caught 42 passes for 782 yards and eight touchdowns and was in the Class of 2011 Sporting News Top 100 at No. 24. Others on the roster include letterman in redshirt junior Cory Eichholtz, redshirt freshmen Jacob Carter and Dylan West, sophomore Tyler Drummer, and redshirt junior Cory Cates.


POSITION-BY-POSITION OUTLOOK TIGHT END

James Stone

Mychal Rivera

>> Lettermen Lost (1): Luke Stocker

Jr.

1L

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4L

>> Lettermen Lost (2): Cody Pope Jarrod Shaw

So. Jr. So. So. So. Jr.

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1L 3L

Last season, the Vols received 31 starts from freshmen on the offensive line, including 26 from true freshmen. As the year progressed and the linemen gained more experience, the Tennessee offensive line continued to improve, particularly as the right combinations were established and players settled into their roles. By season’s end, Poole had more than 1,000 yards rushing, and the linemen began what could be a long-lasting relationship with their fellow freshman at quarterback. This season, coming out of spring camp, it appears the Vols will rely on four sophomores and one junior to anchor the line. The lineup could be adjusted before the season opener depending on fall camp. Here’s a position-by-position outlook on the 2011 Tennessee offensive line:

DEFENSIVE LINE

>> Lettermen Returning (7): Joseph Ayres Willie Bohannon Malik Jackson Ben Martin Corey Miller Jacques Smith Marlon Walls

>> Lettermen Lost (6): Minor Bowens Montori Hughes Victor Thomas Rae Sykes Chris Walker Gerald Williams

So. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. So. So.

1L 2L 1L 3L 1L 1L 1L

Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

1L 2L 2L 1L 4L 3L

In a year when the current depth chart lists only one returning starter among the front seven, the good news is that that lone returning starter is a

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Zach Fulton Darin Gooch Ja’Wuan James JerQuari Schofield James Stone Dallas Thomas

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>> Lettermen Returning (6):

this fall had yet to record a start. The potential lineup of Thomas and James at tackle, Stone at center, Fulton at right guard, and either Jackson or Schofield at left guard, has a combined 44 starts among them. Junior Carson Anderson and redshirt freshman Jacob Gilliam will serve as backups, with redshirt freshman Marques Pair and redshirt sophomore Chase Phillips also on the roster. In addition to Miami, Fla., native Jackson, there are several true freshmen who could receive an opportunity on the offensive line, including Bristol native Mack Crowder, Kyler Kerbyson from Knoxville, Alan Posey from Athens, Ga., and Nashville’s Antonio Richardson.

THE VOLS

OFFENSIVE LINE

Center: James Stone settled into the position as the season progressed last year and heads the depth chart at the position heading into his sophomore campaign. Stone earned Freshman All-America honors by the Football Writers Association of America and The Sporting News. A native of Nashville, Stone started five games at center after starting three earlier in the season at left guard. Alex Bullard, a transfer from Notre Dame, figures in the mix at center as well as the other offensive line positions after an impressive spring effort that culminated with recognition as the Harvey Robinson Award recipient, awarded each spring to the offensive surprise of the spring. Guard: Sophomore Zach Fulton is listed as the starter at right guard after starting five games at the position in 2010 as a true freshman. The left guard slot features a battle between redshirt sophomore JerQuari Schofield and true freshman Marcus Jackson. Schofield started five games last season, while Jackson was an early enrollee who impressed during spring practice. Junior Darin Gooch saw action last season at center and is listed as the backup at right guard. Tackle: The Vols return two tackles who each started all 13 games a year ago, a sharp contrast from the situation entering 2010. Junior left tackle Dallas Thomas and sophomore right tackle Ja’Wuan James bookended the offensive line a year ago and played a major role in Tauren Poole’s six 100-yard games. In 2011, Thomas will protect the quarterback’s blind side with 26 games of playing experience, while James has started every game of his collegiate career and earned Freshman All-SEC honors in 2010. Entering 2010, the current projected starters for

STAFF

Replacing four-year letterman and Tampa Bay Buccaneers fourth-round pick Luke Stocker’s production and leadership is a key question for the Vols in 2011. Stocker caught 39 passes for 417 yards during his senior season. Coming out of spring practice, junior Mychal Rivera is listed as the starter, and the 6-foot-3, 254-pound Rivera finished 2010 with 11 receptions for 112 yards, including three catches for 29 yards in the win over Memphis. Redshirt junior Ben Bartholomew also will be a factor at the position after redshirting in 2010. A talented group of freshmen are on the horizon for the Vols, including early enrollee Brendan Downs, who participated in spring practice. Memphis native Cameron Clear, a 6-6, 265-pound target, will also contend for playing time. Redshirt freshman and Camden native Dakota Summers is on the roster at tight end.

standout in defensive lineman Malik Jackson, a USC transfer last season who earned All-SEC Second Team honors from the AP. Jackson finished with 48 tackles, including 11 for loss, in 12 starts in 2010, along with five sacks. He started the first four games at defensive line before subsequently recording 36 tackles (10 for loss) while starting the last eight games of the year at defensive tackle. Jackson has played in 27 games at the collegiate level and recorded a career-high eight tackles in the win at Memphis. Aside from Jackson, the rest of the defensive line is likely to be filled with players who have limited playing experience. Sophomore Daniel Hood, a converted offensive lineman, is currently slated as the starter at nose tackle. Hood made the switch in spring practice and performed well, earning the Andy Spiva Award for the top defensive surprise of the spring. On the interior of the defensive line, current backups include sophomore Corey Miller and redshirt sophomore Joseph Ayres. Miller played in all 13 games as a true freshman, including two starts, and finished with 13 tackles and one sack. Ayres appeared in 12 games last season, including a fourtackle performance at Memphis and a start at Georgia. Sophomore Jacques Smith is scheduled to start at one defensive end position, while redshirt junior Willie Bohannon and redshirt sophomore Marlon Walls are slated to compete for time at the other. Smith earned Freshman All-SEC honors in 2010 and recorded 24 tackles and two sacks while playing in all 13 games, including a career-high, five-tackle performance at LSU. Bohannon has played in 24 games over the last two seasons and recorded two sacks in 2010. Walls missed the 2010 campaign with an Achilles injury but played in seven games as a true freshman in 2009. Redshirt junior Steven Fowlkes is also listed on the depth chart after playing in four games a year ago. Tennessee’s 2011 recruiting class featured several defensive linemen, including Garden City CC transfer Maurice Couch, a redshirt sophomore with three years of eligibility remaining who will contend for playing time after earning Junior College AllAmerica honors in 2010. Other incoming freshman include (in alphabetical order): Allan Carson from Oxford, Ala., Curt Maggitt from West Palm Beach, Fla., and Gainesville, Fla. HS teammates Trevarris Saulsberry and Jordan Williams.

OUTLOOK

>> Lettermen Returning (1):


OUTLOOK LINEBACKER

>> Lettermen Returning (9): Raiques Crump Austin Johnson Greg King Herman Lathers Nigel Mitchell-Thornton John Propst Shane Reveiz Jake Storey Daryl Vereen

>> Lettermen Lost (3): Savion Frazier Nick Reveiz LaMarcus Thompson

Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr.

1L 3L 2L 2L 2L 1L 1L 2L 3L

Sr. Sr. Sr.

4L 4L 4L

In the season opener on Sept. 3 against Montana, the Vols will field three new starters at linebacker. Filling the void of losing the team’s biggest hitters isn’t simple, but that’s what the Vols face. Nick Reveiz was the emotional leader of the team and led the Vols with 108 tackles in 2010, 33 more than anyone else. Savion Frazier and LaMarcus Thompson are also no longer in UT uniform, and both provided the flanks for Reveiz in one of the Vols’ strongest units last season. Herman Lathers, a 6-foot, 220-pound junior, was originally slated as a starter at linebacker, but he suffered an off-season ankle injury that will likely sideline him for one or more games. Lathers finished second in 2010 with 75 tackles and will be a welcome addition to the front seven when he returns from injury. Seniors Austin Johnson and Daryl Vereen are listed as starters at the outside linebacker. Johnson is a veteran of 31 games and contributed a career-high 44 tackles a year ago after converting from fullback, including a nine-tackle effort in the win over UAB. Vereen has impressed with his dedication and effort during the offseason and has played in 28 games, including a start against Ole Miss and recording three tackles in the bowl game vs. North Carolina. Sophomore John Propst earned Freshman All-SEC honors and is the listed starter at middle linebacker. From Hoover, Ala., Propst played in 11 games and totaled 14 tackles, including a career-high six at Georgia. Juniors Greg King and Nigel Mitchell-Thornton and sophomore Raiques Crump are also listed on the depth chart at linebacker. King, who played in four games before season-ending knee surgery in 2010, recorded 24 tackles during his freshman season in 2009, including a pair of six-tackle performances. Crump, who played mostly on special teams as a freshman last year, had 13 tackles in 11 games, including eight on special teams. Mitchell-Thornton 50

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played in 10 games a year ago, recording five tackles on special teams. Seniors Shane Reveiz and Jake Storey will also contend for playing time at linebacker. Three incoming freshmen could also be in the mix at the position, including Christian Harris from Woodstock, Ga., A.J. Johnson from Gainesville, Ga., and Curt Maggitt from West Palm Beach, Fla.

DEFENSIVE BACK

>> Lettermen Returning (9): Anthony Anderson Brent Brewer Art Evans Eric Gordon Janzen Jackson Dontavis Sapp Marsalis Teague Prentiss Waggner Rod Wilks

>> Lettermen Lost (1): Tyler Wolf

Sr. So. Sr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr.

2L 1L 3L 1L 2L 1L 2L 2L 1L

Sr.

2L

The most experienced unit on the Tennessee defense, the returners in the secondary own a combined 81 starts among them, including 22 from Second Team Coaches’ All-SEC DB Janzen Jackson.

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He has made 14 consecutive starts and collected 65 tackles while picking off four passes a year ago, the second-highest total on the squad. The leader in the secondary, he made a career-high 11 tackles in the win over Kentucky in 2010 and had six or more tackles in six games last year. Sophomore Brent Brewer is listed as the starter at the strong safety position opposite Jackson. Brewer finished with 30 tackles in his first collegiate season following a four-year minor league baseball career, starting the last six games of the season. He played in all 13 games in 2010 and recorded a career-best eight tackles in the win over Ole Miss. Junior Prentiss Waggner will see considerable time in the secondary and ranked fifth on the team a year ago with 57 tackles. Waggner is listed as one of 42 players on the watch list for the Ronnie Lott IMPACT Award, given annually to the top defensive player in the nation. Last year, he had five interceptions and recovered three fumbles, and he earned Second-Team All-SEC honors from the AP. Waggner also led the team with five interceptions and returned three for scores, the highest total in the nation in 2010 and a Tennessee record. His five picks also tied for third in the SEC. At cornerback, junior Marsalis Teague is currently listed as the starter at one spot with a dual listing at the other position at the moment, including senior Anthony Anderson and true freshman Justin Coleman. A year ago, Teague was a converted receiver making a transition to the secondary. The transition went well, as Teague finished with 46 tackles last season and eight pass breakups in his first season in the secondary. Teague has played in 24 games for Tennessee, including 13 starts. Anderson had 26 tackles last year and an interception as a junior. A local product from Austin-East High School, he heads into his final year with the hometown Vols in the mix at right cornerback. Additionally, mid-term enrollee Justin Coleman adds to the Vols’ deepest position is the secondary and is bracketed as a starter at right cornerback after a solid performance in the spring. Currently listed in backup cornerback slots are sophomore Eric Gordon and senior Art Evans, both of whom are major playmakers and were contributors in 2010. Gordon recorded 43 tackles and two interceptions a year ago, including a return for a touchdown against Ole Miss. Evans started six games at cornerback in 2010 and has started 18 overall during his Tennessee career. The Vols added several defensive backs on National

Signing Day, and several will challenge for playing time sooner than later. From the junior college ranks, Izauea Lanier from East Mississippi CC and former USC player Byron Moore from Los Angeles Harbor CC were added in February as accomplished talents looking for an opportunity at Tennessee. Incoming freshmen in the secondary, those include Pat Martin from Greeneville, S.C., Brian Randolph from Kennesaw, Ga., and Memphis native Tino Thomas.

SPECIALISTS

>> Lettermen Returning (2): Michael Palardy Nick Guess

>> Lettermen Lost (2): Chad Cunningham Daniel Lincoln

PK/P So. DS Sr.

1L 1L

P PK

4L 4L

Sr. Sr.

The Vols lose a pair of longtime contributors in their kicking game, as kicker Daniel Lincoln (41 games) and punter Chad Cunningham (43 games) have graduated. A pair of promising youngsters in Michael Palardy and Matt Darr will take their place. Palardy inherits the placekicking duties full-time after starting six games in 2010 in place of injured senior Daniel Lincoln, who returned to kick late in the season. Palardy was 5-of-7 in field goal attempts and also handled kickoff duties for the majority of the season, a role he is slated to resume in 2011. Chip Rhome is listed as the backup at kicker and kickoff specialist. Darr is listed as the starter at punter after redshirting last fall. He was the nation’s top-ranked punting prospect as a signee in 2010 and originally signed with USC, but was granted his release and came to Tennessee prior to the season. In addition to his placekicking and kickoff duties, Palardy will serve as Darr’s backup at the punter position. On the return side, The Vols will be searching for the best success at punt returner as last year it was handled by several. This year, head coach Derek Dooley has senior Anthony Anderson listed as the man for the job to begin fall camp. On kickoff returns, sophomore Da’Rick Rogers is listed as the starter. He produced the Vols’ top return in 2010, returning the opening kickoff against Kentucky for 78 yards. Incoming freshman and Knoxville native Devrin Young has the potential to be a factor in the return game and recorded 7,433 all-purpose yards and 83 touchdowns during his prep career, including eight scored on returns.


OUTLOOK & DEPTH CHART OUTLOOK

Depth Chart

STAFF

Name Mychal Rivera Ben Bartholomew Brendan Downs Dallas Thomas Jacob Gilliam JerQuari Schofield Marcus Jackson James Stone Alex Bullard Zach Fulton Darin Gooch Ja’Wuan James Carson Anderson Justin Hunter Vincent Dallas Da’Rick Rogers Zach Rogers Tyler Bray Matt Simms Tauren Poole Rajion Neal Channing Fugate Ben Bartholomew

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Yr. Jr.-rs Jr.-rs Fr. Jr.-rs Fr.-rs So.-rs Fr. So. So-Tr. So. Jr. So. Jr.-rs So. Fr. So. Jr. So. Sr.-Tr. Sr. So. So. Jr.-rs

>> DEFENSE Pos. # LE 55 90 DT 97 80 NT 76 65 RE 86 or 58 SLB 9 50 MLB 51 42 WLB 40 48 LCB 10 24 or 25 SS 17 41 or 22 FS 15 23 RCB 36 or 27

50 90 46 43 70 18 56

Name Jacques Smith Steven Fowlkes Malik Jackson Corey Miller Daniel Hood Joseph Ayres Willie Bohannon Marlon Walls Daryl Vereen Raiques Crump John Propst Nigel Mitchell-Thornton Austin Johnson Greg King Marsalis Teague Eric Gordon Art Evans Brent Brewer Dontavis Sapp Rod Wilks Janzen Jackson Prentiss Waggner Anthony Anderson Justin Coleman

Raiques Crump Steven Fowlkes Channing Fugate Martaze Jackson Ja’Wuan James Izauea Lanier Curt Maggitt

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Michael Palardy

>> SPECIALISTS Pos. # P 5 1 PK 1 47 KOS 1 47 DS 59 50 H 47 5

Name Matt Darr Michael Palardy Michael Palardy Chip Rhome Michael Palardy Chip Rhome Nick Guess J.R. Carr Chip Rhome Matt Darr

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Pos. # TE 81 39 84 LT 71 67 LG 75 or 68 C 64 78 RG 72 73 RT 70 60 WR 11 6 WR 21 83 QB 8 12 TB 28 20 FB 46 39

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>> RETURNERS

Pos. # Name Ht. PR 36 Anthony Anderson 5-11 KR 21 Da’Rick Rogers 6-3

20 66 28 30 21 75 55

Rajion Neal Marques Pair Tauren Poole Shane Reveiz Da’Rick Rogers JerQuari Schofield Jacques Smith

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OUTLOOK Alphabetical Roster

Dallas Thomas

NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name Pos. 1 Michael Palardy PK/P 2 Naz Oliver DB 3 Zach Allen DB 3 Byron Moore DB 4 Marlin Lane, Jr. RB 5 Matt Darr P 5 Tyler Drummer DB 6 Vincent Dallas WR 7 Nash Nance QB 8 Tyler Bray QB 9 Daryl Vereen LB 9 Doak Raulston QB 10 Marsalis Teague DB 11 Justin Hunter WR 12 Matt Simms QB 13 D’Anthony Arnett WR 13 Nick Branum DB 14 Justin Worley QB 15 Janzen Jackson DB 17 Brent Brewer DB 18 Izauea Lanier DB 19 Tyler Coombes DB 19 Devrin Young TB 20 Rajion Neal TB 21 Da’Rick Rogers WR 22 Rod Wilks DB 23 Prentiss Waggner DB 24 Eric Gordon DB 24 Deanthonie Summerhill TB 25 Art Evans DB 26 Robert Yonce DB 26 Derrick Brodus PK 27 Justin Coleman DB 27 Jacob Carter WR 28 Tauren Poole RB

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No. Name Pos. 29 Tyler Page DB 29 Tom Smith RB 30 Shane Reveiz LB 30 Jaron Toney TB 31 Tino Thomas DB 33 Toney Williams TB 34 Herman Lathers LB 35 Robert Nelson LB 36 Anthony Anderson DB 37 Brian Randolph DB 38 C.J. Fleming DB 39 Ben Bartholomew FB/TE 39 Grant Jessen LB 40 Austin Johnson LB 40 Chris Cates WR 41 Dontavis Sapp DB 42 Nigel Mitchell-Thornton LB 43 Martaze Jackson DL 43 Dakota Summers TE 44 Maurice Couch DL 45 Austin Bolen FB 45 A.J. Johnson LB 46 Channing Fugate FB 47 Pat Martin DB 47 Chip Rhome PK/P 47 Gregory Grieco LB 48 Greg King LB 50 Raiques Crump LB 50 J.R. Carr DS 51 John Propst LB 52 Christian Harris LB 53 Jake Storey LB 54 Jordan Williams DL 55 Jacques Smith DL 56 Curt Maggitt LB/DL

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No. Name 57 Mack Crowder 58 Marlon Walls 59 Nick Guess 60 Carson Anderson 64 James Stone 65 Joseph Ayres 66 Marques Pair 67 Jacob Gilliam 67 Alan Posey 68 Marcus Jackson 69 Allan Carson 70 Ja’Wuan James 71 Dallas Thomas 72 Zach Fulton 73 Darin Gooch 74 Antonio Richardson 75 JerQuari Schofield 76 Daniel Hood 77 Kyler Kerbyson 78 Alex Bullard 80 Corey Miller 80 Dylan West 81 Mychal Rivera 82 Cory Eichholtz 83 Zach Rogers 84 Brendan Downs 85 Matt Milton 86 Willie Bohannon 87 Keensen Chambers 88 Cameron Clear 90 Steven Fowlkes 94 Gregory Clark 95 Arthur Jeffery 97 Malik Jackson 99 Ben Martin

Pos. OL DL DS OL OL DL OL OL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL DL OL OL DL WR TE WR WR TE WR DL DL TE DL DL DL DL DL

No. 3 36 60 65 13 39 86 45 13 8 17 26 78 50 69 27 40 87 94 88 27 19 44 57 50 6 5 84 5 82 25 38 90 46 72 67 73 24 47 59 52 76 11 15 97 68 43 70 95 39 45 40 77 48 4

Name Zack Allen Anthony Anderson Carson Anderson Joseph Ayres DeAnthony Arnett Ben Bartholomew Willie Bohannon Austin Bolen Nick Branum Tyler Bray Brent Brewer Derrick Brodus Alex Bullard J.R. Carr Allan Carson Jacob Carter Chris Cates Keensen Chambers Gregory Clark Cameron Clear Justin Coleman Tyler Coombes Maurice Couch Mack Crowder Raiques Crump Vincent Dallas Matt Darr Brendan Downs Tyler Drummer Cory Eichholtz Art Evans C.J. Fleming Steven Fowlkes Channing Fugate Zach Fulton Jacob Gilliam Darin Gooch Eric Gordon Gregory Grieco Nick Guess Christian Harris Daniel Hood Justin Hunter Janzen Jackson Malik Jackson Marcus Jackson Martaze Jackson Ja’Wuan James Arthur Jeffery Grant Jessen A.J. Johnson Austin Johnson Kyler Kerbyson Greg King Marlin Lane, Jr.

Pos. DB DB OL DL WR TE DL FB DB QB DB PK OL DS DL WR WR DL DL TE DB DB DL OL LB WR P TE WR WR DB DB DL FB OL OL OL DB LB DS LB DL WR DB DL OL DL OL DL LB LB LB OL LB TB

Ht. 5-9 5-11 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-2 5-11 5-11 6-6 6-1 5-11 6-2 5-10 6-2 6-0 5-10 6-5 6-2 6-6 5-10 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-5 6-1 5-8 5-11 5-10 6-5 6-1 6-5 6-4 6-2 5-9 5-10 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-4 6-0 6-5 6-2 6-2 6-6 6-3 5-11 6-3 6-2 6-5 6-2 6-0

Wt. 195 185 280 280 175 251 254 206 180 210 215 171 309 220 325 181 189 250 322 265 183 185 305 275 220 185 221 237 165 184 180 180 265 250 330 275 301 185 219 230 235 293 200 187 270 326 240 324 305 215 245 240 305 235 205

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Hometown (Previous School) Knoxville (Farragut) Knoxville (Austin-East) Florence, Ala. (Florence) Knoxville (Chattanooga McCallie) Saginaw, Mich. (Saginaw) Nashville (Montgomery Bell Academy) Mobile, Ala. (Blount) Knoxville (Farragut) Knoxville (Knoxville Catholic) Kingsburg, Calif. (Kingsburg) Tyrone, Ga. (Sandy Creek) Maryville (Alcoa) Franklin (Univ. of Notre Dame) Lomita, Calif. (South Torrance) Oxford, Ala. (Oxford) Nashville (Ensworth) Knoxville (Christian Academy of Knoxville) Greenville, S.C. (Univ. of Connecticut) Warner Robins, Ga. (Northside) Memphis, Tenn. (Central) Brunswick, Ga. (Brunswick) Lebanon (Wilson Central) Orlando, Fla. (Garden City [Kan.] CC) Bristol (Tennessee HS) Birmingham, Ala. (Minor) Ellenwood, Ga. (Cedar Grove) Bakersfield, Calif. (Frontier) Bristol (Tennessee HS) Powell (Univ. of the Cumberlands) Knoxville (Bearden) Lakeland, Fla. (Evangel Christian) Richmond, Va. (Highland Springs) College Park, Ga. (Banneker) Jackson, Ky. (Breathitt County) Homewood, Ill. (Homewood-Flossmoor) Knoxville (Farragut) Reno, Nev. (Butte [Calif.] JC) Nashville (Hillsboro) Knoxville (Farragut) Knoxville (Farragut) Woodstock, Ga. (Etowah) Knoxville (Knoxville Catholic) Virginia Beach, Va. (Ocean Lakes) Lake Charles, La. (Barbe) Northridge, Calif. (Univ. of Southern California) Vero Beach, Fla. (Vero Beach) Demopolis, Ala. (Demopolis) Suwanee, Ga. (North Gwinnett) Sarasota, Fla. (Booker) Cordova (St. George’s) Gainesville, Ga. (Gainesville) Hickory, N.C. (Hickory) Knoxville (Knoxville Catholic) Memphis (Melrose) Daytona Beach, Fla. (Mainland)


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Cl. So.-rs Jr.-rs Fr. Sr.-rs Fr. So. So. Jr. So.-rs Fr.-rs So. So.-rs So.-rs Fr. Fr.-rs Fr.-rs So. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. So.-tr Sr.-rs Sr.-tr Fr. Jr.-rs So. Jr. So. Fr. So.-rs Sr.-tr So. Fr. So. Sr.-rs Fr.-rs Fr.-rs Jr. Jr.-rs Fr. Fr.-rs Sr.-rs Jr.-rs So.-rs Fr.-rs Jr.-rs Fr. So.-rs Fr. Jr.-rs Fr.

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Hometown (Previous School) Gordo, Ala. (East Mississippi [Miss.] CC) Baton Rouge, La. (Scotlandville) West Palm Beach, Fla. (Dwyer) Cincinnati, Ohio (La Salle) Greenville, S.C. (J.L. Mann) Wellford, S.C. (Byrnes) Mascoutah, Ill. (Mascoutah) Stone Mountain, Ga. (Stephenson) Carson, Calif. (Los Angeles Harbor [Calif.] CC) Calhoun, Ga. (Calhoun) Fayetteville, Ga. (Sandy Creek) Stone Mountain, Ga. (Stone Mountain) Jersey City, N.J. (Saint Peter’s Prep) Valdosta, Ga. (Lowndes) Candler, N.C. (Asheville) Sumter, S.C. (Sumter) Coral Springs, Fla. (St. Thomas Aquinas) Toccoa, Ga. (Stephens County) Athens, Ga. (Clarke Central) Hoover, Ala. (Hoover) Kennesaw, Ga. (Kell) Fort Worth, Texas (Louisiana Tech Univ.) Farragut (Farragut) Christiana (Austin Peay State Univ.) Nashville (Pearl-Cohn) Valencia, Calif. (College of the Canyons) Calhoun (Calhoun) Nashville (David Lipscomb) Valdosta, Ga. (Valdosta) Gainesville, Fla. (Gainesville) Aiken, S.C. (South Aiken) Franklin Lakes, N.J. (El Camino [Calif.] CC) Ooltewah (Ooltewah) Apopka, Fla. (Apopka) Nashville (Maplewood) Titusville, Fla. (Astronaut) Tuscumbia, Ala. (Deshler) Camden (Central) Paris (Henry County) Baton Rouge, La. (Scotlandville) Memphis (Melrose) Alcoa (Alcoa) Charlotte, N.C. (North Mecklenburg) Clinton, La. (Clinton) Olive Branch, Miss. (Hargrave [Va.] Military Academy) Oneida (Oneida) Smyrna (Smyrna) Gainesville, Fla. (Gainesville) Alpharetta, Ga. (Milton) Rock Hill, S.C. (Northwestern) Wytheville, Va. (George Wythe) Knoxville (Bearden)

Derek Dooley Head Coach

Jim Chaney Offensive Coordinator Running Backs

Justin Wilcox Defensive Coordinator

Charlie Baggett Assistant Head Coach Wide Receivers

Hary Hiestand Offensive Line

Darin Hinshaw Quarterbacks

Terry Joseph Defensive Backs Recruiting Coordinator

Eric Russell Special Teams Coord. Tight Ends

Peter Sirmon Linebackers

Lance Thompson Defensive Line

Ron McKeefery Strength Coach

Chino Fontenette Grad. Assistant/Offense

Schirra Fields Grad. Assistant/Defense

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Wt. 190 220 215 265 205 265 210 235 205 208 210 210 177 180 193 310 176 215 330 225 190 200 225 197 325 254 215 180 219 280 333 210 255 205 308 215 199 232 185 305 200 180 215 185 281 181 214 240 220 200 192 165

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Pos. Ht. DB 6-1 LB 6-0 LB/DL 6-3 DL 6-4 DB 6-0 DL 6-3 WR 6-5 LB 6-1 DB 6-1 QB 6-3 TB 5-11 LB 5-11 DB 5-10 DB 6-0 DB 6-3 OL 6-5 PK/P 5-11 TB 5-10 OL 6-6 LB 6-0 DB 6-0 QB 6-1 LB 5-10 PK/P 6-2 OL 6-6 TE 6-3 WR 6-3 WR 6-0 DB 6-2 DL 6-5 OL 6-6 QB 6-3 DL 6-2 TB 5-11 OL 6-3 LB 5-10 TB 5-9 TE 6-3 DB 5-10 OL 6-5 DB 6-0 TB 5-10 LB 5-11 DB 6-2 DL 6-2 WR 6-1 DB 6-0 DL 6-5 TB 6-0 QB 6-4 DB 6-0 TB 5-8

THE VOLS

Name Izauea Lanier Herman Lathers Curt Maggitt Ben Martin Pat Martin Corey Miller Matt Milton Nigel Mitchell-Thornton Byron Moore Nash Nance Rajion Neal Robert Nelson Naz Oliver Geraldo Orta Tyler Page Marques Pair Michael Palardy Tauren Poole Alan Posey John Propst Brian Randolph Doak Raulston Shane Reveiz Chip Rhome Antonio Richardson Mychal Rivera Da’Rick Rogers Zach Rogers Dontavis Sapp Trevarris Saulsberry JerQuari Schofield Matt Simms Jacques Smith Tom Smith James Stone Jake Storey Deanthonie Summerhill Dakota Summers Marsalis Teague Dallas Thomas Tino Thomas Jaron Toney Daryl Vereen Prentiss Waggner Marlon Walls Dylan West Rod Wilks Jordan Williams Toney Williams Justin Worley Robert Yonce Devrin Young

STAFF

No. 18 34 56 99 47 80 85 42 3 7 20 35 2 26 29 66 1 28 67 51 37 9 30 47 74 81 21 83 41 96 75 12 55 29 64 53 24 43 10 71 31 30 9 23 58 80 22 54 33 14 26 19

OUTLOOK

Coaching Staff


OUTLOOK lettermen returning/lost >> LETTERMEN RETURNING (44) OFFENSE (17) TIGHT ENDS Mychal Rivera* TACKLES JaWuan James* Dallas Thomas** GUARDS Zach Fulton* JerQuari Schofield*

CENTERS Darin Gooch* James Stone* QUARTERBACKS Tyler Bray* Matt Simms* FULLBACKS Channing Fugate* +Ben Bartholomew**

WIDE RECEIVERS ++Cory Eichholtz* Justin Hunter* Da’Rick Rogers* Zach Rogers** TAILBACKS Rajion Neal* Tauren Poole***

DEFENSE (25) ENDS Willie Bohannon** Jacques Smith* ++Marlon Walls* #Ben Martin*** TACKLES Joseph Ayres* Malik Jackson* Corey Miller*

LINEBACKERS Raiques Crump* Austin Johnson*** ++Greg King* Herman Lathers** N. Mitchell-Thornton** John Propst* ++Shane Reveiz* Jake Storey** Daryl Vereen***

DEFENSIVE BACKS Anthony Anderson** Brent Brewer* Art Evans*** Eric Gordon* Janzen Jackson** Dontavis Sapp* Marsalis Teague** Prentiss Waggner** ++Rod Wilks*

Malik Jackson

STARTERS RETURNING/LOST STARTERS RETURNING: 13

STARTERS LOST: 11

LT Dallas Thomas (Jr., 6-5, 299) RG Zach Fulton (So., 6-5, 334) C James Stone (So., 6-3, 307) RT Ja’Wuan James (So., 6-6, 330) QB Tyler Bray (So., 6-6, 195) TB Tauren Poole (Sr., 5-10, 208) FB Channing Fugate (So., 6-1, 251)

TE Luke Stocker (Sr., 6-6, 253) RG Jarrod Shaw (Sr., 6-4, 331) WR Gerald Jones (Sr., 6-0, 195) WR Denarius Moore (Sr., 6-1, 194)

>> OFFENSE (7): SPECIALISTS (2) Michael Palardy (Placekicker/Punter)*

Nick Guess (Snapper)*

#Lettered in 2007, 08, 09 +Lettered in 2008, 09 ++Lettered in 2009

>> LETTERMEN LOST (19) OFFENSE (7)

FB Kevin Cooper*** WR Gerald Jones**** WR Denarius Moore**** TB David Oku** C Cody Pope* OG Jarrod Shaw*** TE Luke Stocker****

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DEFENSE (10)

DT Minor Bowens* (Ser.) LB Savion Frazier**** DT Montori Hughes** LB Nick Reveiz**** DT Rae Sykes* DT Victor Thomas** LB L.Thompson**** DE Chris Walker**** DE Gerald Williams*** DB Tyler Wolf**

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SPECIALISTS (2)

P Chad Cunningham**** PK Daniel Lincoln****

>> OFFENSE (4):

>> DEFENSE (6):

>> DEFENSE (5):

>> SPECIALISTS (0):

>> SPECIALISTS (2):

DT LB CB CB S S

Malik Jackson (Sr., 6-5, 262) Herman Lathers (Jr., 6-0, 219) Marsalis Teague (Jr., 5-10, 175) Prentiss Waggner (Jr., 6-2, 175) Brent Brewer (So., 6-1, 207) Janzen Jackson (Jr., 6-0, 180)

DE NT DE LB LB

Gerald Williams (Sr., 6-3, 250) Victor Thomas (Sr. 6-3, 293) Chris Walker (Sr., 6-3, 245) LaMarcus Thompson (Sr., 6-1, 228) Nick Reveiz (Sr. 5-10, 224)

PK Daniel Lincoln (Sr., 6-0, 210) P Chad Cunningham (Sr., 6-2, 210)


A LOOK AT THE ROSTER OUTLOOK

WHERE ON EARTH? The Vols represent 17 States GEOGRAPHY BY THE NUMBERS

34.9

States that current Vols on the roster call home.

Percentage of the team from the state of Tennessee.

6

States that serve as home for at least five Volunteers: Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and Tennessee.

>> State-by-State Breakdown

Alabama (8)

Birmingham – Raiques Crump Demopolis – Martaze Jackson Florence – Carson Anderson Gordo – Izauea Lanier Hoover – John Propst Mobile – Willie Bohannon Oxford – Allan Carson Tuscumbia – Deanthonie Summerhill

California (6)

Bakersfield – Matt Darr Carson – Byron Moore Kingsburg – Tyler Bray Lomita – J.R. Carr Northridge – Malik Jackson Valencia – Mychal Rivera

Florida (11)

Apopka – Tom Smith Coral Springs – Michael Palardy Daytona Beach – Marlin Lane, Jr. Gainesville – Trevarris Saulsberry, Jordan Williams Lakeland – Art Evans Orlando – Maurice Couch

Sarasota – Arthur Jeffery Titusville – Jake Storey Vero Beach – Marcus Jackson West Palm Beach – Curt Maggitt

Georgia (18)

Alpharetta – Toney Williams Athens – Alan Posey Brunswick – Justin Coleman Calhoun – Nash Nance, Da’Rick Rogers College Park – Steven Fowlkes Ellenwood – Vincent Dallas Fayetteville – Rajion Neal Gainesville – A.J. Johnson Kennesaw – Brian Randolph Stone Mountain – Nigel Mitchell-Thornton, Robert Nelson Suwanee – Ja’Wuan James Toccoa – Tauren Poole Tyrone – Brent Brewer Valdosta – Dontavis Sapp Warner Robins – Gregory Clark Woodstock – Christian Harris

Kentucky (1)

Jackson – Channing Fugate

Louisiana (4)

Baton Rouge – Herman Lathers, Dallas Thomas Clinton – Prentiss Waggner Lake Charles – Janzen Jackson

Illinois (2)

Homewood – Zach Fulton Mascoutah – Matt Milton

Michigan (1)

Saginaw – DeAnthony Arnett

Mississippi (1)

Olive Branch – Marlon Walls

Nevada (1)

Reno – Darin Gooch

New Jersey (2)

Franklin Lakes – Matt Simms Jersey City – Naz Oliver

North Carolina (3) Candler – Tyler Page Charlotte – Daryl Vereen Hickory – Austin Johnson

ohio (1)

Cincinnati – Ben Martin

South Carolina (6)

Aiken – JerQuari Schofield Greenville – Keensen Chambers, Pat Martin Rock Hill – Justin Worley Sumter – Marques Pair Wellford – Corey Miller

Tennessee (37)

Alcoa – Jaron Toney Bristol – Mack Crowder, Brendan Downs Camden – Dakota Summers Christiana – Chip Rhome Cordova – Grant Jessen Farragut – Shane Reveiz Franklin – Alex Bullard

No. State 4 Louisiana 3 North Carolina; Virginia 2 Illinois; New Jersey 1 Kentucky; Michigan; Mississippi; Nevada; Ohio; Texas

Knoxville – Zack Allen, Anthony Anderson, Joseph Ayres, Austin Bolen, Nick Branum, Chris Cates, Cory Eichholtz, Jacob Gilliam, Gregory Grieco, Nick Guess, Daniel Hood, Kyler Kerbyson, Devrin Young Lebanon – Tyler Coombes Maryville – Derrick Brodus Memphis – Cameron Clear, Greg King, Tino Thomas Nashville – Ben Bartholomew, Jacob Carter, Eric Gordon, Antonio Richardson, Zach Rogers, James Stone Oneida – Dylan West Ooltewah – Jacques Smith Paris – Marsalis Teague Powell – Tyler Drummer Smyrna – Rod Wilks

Texas (1)

Fort Worth – Doak Raulston

Virginia (3)

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No. State 37 Tennessee 18 Georgia 11 Florida 8 Alabama 6 California; South Carolina

2010 REVIEW

Home cities of at least two Vols: Knoxville (14); Nashville (6); Memphis (3); Baton Rouge, La. (2); Bristol (2); Calhoun, Ga. (2); Gainesville, Fla. (2); Greenville, S.C. (2); Stone Mountain, Ga. (2).

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OUTLOOK

Montana grizzlies

cincinnati bearcats

florida gators

buffalo bulls

georgia bulldogs

LSU tigers

Sept. 3 knoxville

Sept. 10 knoxville

Sept. 17 Gainesville, fla.

Oct. 1 knoxville

oct. 8 knoxville

oct. 15 knoxville

>>quick facts Name: University of Montana Location: Missoula, Mont. Founded/Enrollment: 1893/15,642 Colors: Copper, Silver, Gold and Maroon Stadium: Washington-Grizzly (25,217) Conference: Big Sky

>>quick facts Name: University of Cincinnati Location: Cincinnati, Ohio Founded/Enrollment: 1819/41,357 Colors: Red and Black Stadium: Nippert Stadium (35,000) Conference: BIG EAST

>>quick facts Name: University of Florida Location: Gainesville, Fla. Founded/Enrollment: 1853/52,271 Colors: Orange and Blue Stadium: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium (88,548) Conference: Southeastern (East)

>>quick facts Name: University of Buffalo Location: Buffalo, N.Y. Founded/Enrollment: 1846/28,054 Colors: Royal Blue and White Stadium: UB Stadium (29,013) Conference: Mid-American (East)

>>quick facts Name: University of Georgia Location: Athens, Ga. Founded/Enrollment: 1785/34,885 Colors: Red and Black Stadium: Sanford Stadium (92,746) Conference: Southeastern (East)

>>quick facts Name: Louisiana State University Location: Baton Rouge, La. Founded/Enrollment: 1860/28,771 Colors: Purple and Gold Stadium: Tiger Stadium (92,400) Conference: Southeastern (West)

>>at a glance Head Coach: Robin Pflugrad (2nd season) Career Record/at UM: 7-4/Same Series: First meeting At Knoxville: Same Last Meeting: N/A 2010 Overall Record: 7-4 2010 Conf. Record/Finish: 5-3/t-3rd 2010 Bowl/Final Rank: None Lettermen Ret./Lost: 45/14 Starters Ret./Lost: 16/8

>>at a glance Head Coach: Butch Jones (2nd season) Career Record/at UC: 31-21/4-8 Series: 4-1 UT At Knoxville: Same Last Meeting: W, 40-0, 9/26/1992 2010 Overall Record: 4-8 2010 Conf. Record/Finish: 2-5/7th 2010 Bowl/Final Rank: None Lettermen Ret./Lost: 51/14 Starters Ret./Lost: 18/7

>>at a glance Head Coach: Will Muschamp (1st season) Career Record/at UF: 0-0/Same Series: 21-19 UF At Gainesville: 10-5 UF Last Meeting: L, 17-31, 9/18/2010 2010 Overall Record: 8-5 2010 Conf. Record/Finish: 4-4/2nd East 2010 Bowl/Final Rank: Outback (W, 37-24, vs. Penn St.)/NR Lettermen Ret./Lost: 45/24 Starters Ret./Lost: 13/11

>>at a glance Head Coach: Jeff Quinn (2nd season) Career Record/at UB: 2-10/Same Series: First meeting At Knoxville: Same Last Meeting: N/A 2010 Overall Record: 2-10 2010 Conf. Record/Finish: 1-7/t-5th East 2010 Bowl/Final Rank: None Lettermen Ret./Lost: 50/19 Starters Ret./Lost: 12/9

>>at a glance Head Coach: Mark Richt (11th season) Career Record/at UGA: 96-34/Same Series: 21-17-2 UT At Knoxville: 11-8-1 UT Last Meeting: L, 14-41, 10/9/2010 2010 Overall Record: 6-7 2010 Conf. Record/Finish: 3-5/t-3rd East 2010 Bowl/Final Rank: Liberty (L, 6-10 vs. UCF)/NR Lettermen Ret./Lost: 46/25 Starters Ret./Lost: 15/9

>>at a glance Head Coach: Les Miles (11th season) Career Record/at LSU: 90-38/62-17 Series: 20-8-3 UT At Knoxville: 11-2-1 UT Last Meeting: L, 14-16, 10/2/2010 2010 Overall Record: 11-2 2010 Conf. Record/Finish: 6-2/t-2nd West 2010 Bowl/Final Rank: Cotton (W, 4124 vs. Texas A&M)/AP-8, Coaches-8 Lettermen Ret./Lost: 52/19 Starters Ret./Lost: 16/9

>>media info Media Contact: Dave Guffey Phone: (406) 243-5402 Email: guffeydb@mso.umt.edu Web Site: montanagrizzlies.com

>>media info Media Contact: Ryan Koslen Phone: (513) 497-3132 Email: Ryan.Koslen@uc.edu Web Site: gobearcats.com

>>media info Media Contact: Steve McClain Phone: (352) 375-4683 Email: stevem@gators.uaa.ufl.edu Web Site: gatorzone.com

>>media info Media Contact: Paul Vecchio Phone: (716) 645-6761 Email: pvecchio@buffalo.edu Web Site: buffalobulls.com

>>media info Media Contact: Claude Felton Phone: (706) 542-1621 Email: cfelton@sports.uga.edu Web Site: georgiadogs.com

>>media info Media Contact: Michael Bonnette Phone: (225) 578-8226 Email: mbonnet@lsu.edu Web Site: lsusports.net

>>2011 Schedule Sept. 3 at Tennessee Cal Poly Sept. 10 Eastern Washington Sept. 17 Sept. 24 at Sacramento State Oct. 1 Northern Colorado at Idaho State Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Portland State Oct. 22 at Northern Arizona Oct. 29 Weber State Nov. 5 Western Oregon at Montana State Nov. 19

>>2011 Schedule Sept. 1 Austin Peay Sept. 10 at Tennessee Akron Sept. 17 Sept. 22 NC State Oct. 1 at Miami (Ohio) Louisville Oct. 15 Oct. 22 at USF Nov. 5 at Pittsburgh Nov. 12 West Virginia Nov. 19 at Rutgers at Syracuse Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Connecticut

>>2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Florida Atlantic UAB Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Tennessee Sept. 24 at Kentucky Oct. 1 Alabama at LSU Oct. 8 Oct. 15 at Auburn Oct. 29 Georgia (Jacksonville, Fla.) Nov. 5 Vanderbilt Nov. 12 at South Carolina Furman Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Florida State

>>2011 Schedule Sept. 3 at Pittsburgh Stony Brook Sept. 10 at Ball State Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Connecticut Oct. 1 at Tennessee Ohio Oct. 8 Oct. 15 at Temple Oct. 22 Northern Illinois Oct. 29 at Miami (Ohio) Nov. 12 at Eastern Michigan Akron Nov. 19 Nov. 25 Bowling Green

>>2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Boise State (Atlanta) Sept. 10 South Carolina Sept. 17 Coastal Carolina Sept. 24 at Mississippi Oct. 1 Mississippi State Oct. 8 at Tennessee Oct. 15 at Vanderbilt Oct. 29 Florida (Jacksonville, Fla.) Nov. 5 New Mexico State Auburn Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Kentucky Nov. 26 at Georgia Tech

>>2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Oregon (Arlington, Texas) Northwestern State Sept. 10 Sept. 15 at Mississippi State at West Virginia Sept. 24 Kentucky Oct. 1 Florida Oct. 8 Oct. 15 at Tennessee Oct. 22 Auburn Nov. 5 at Alabama Western Kentucky Nov. 12 at Mississippi Nov. 19 Arkansas Nov. 25

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OPPONENT QUICK FACTS OUTLOOK STAFF THE VOLS

south carolina gamecocks

middle tennessee blue raiders

arkansas razorbacks

vanderbilt commodores

kentucky wildcats

oct. 22 tuscaloosa, ala.

oct. 29 knoxville

nov. 5 knoxville

nov. 12 fayetteville, ark.

nov. 19 knoxville

nov. 26 lexington, ky.

>>quick facts Name: University of Alabama Location: Tuscaloosa, Ala. Founded/Enrollment: 1831/30,232 Colors: Crimson and White Stadium: Bryant-Denny Stadium (101,821) Conference: Southeastern (West)

>>quick facts Name: University of South Carolina Location: Columbia, S.C. Founded/Enrollment: 1801/28,481 Colors: Garnet and Black Stadium: Williams-Brice Stadium (80,250) Conference: Southeastern (East)

>>quick facts Name: Middle Tennessee State University Location: Murfreesboro Founded/Enrollment: 1911/26,430 Colors: Royal Blue and White Stadium: Floyd Stadium (30,788) Conference: Sun Belt

>>quick facts Name: University of Arkansas Location: Fayetteville, Ark. Founded/Enrollment: 1871/19,849 Colors: Cardinal and White Stadium: Razorback Stadium (72,000) Conference: Southeastern (West)

>>quick facts Name: Vanderbilt University Location: Nashville Founded/Enrollment: 1873/12,714 Colors: Black and Gold Stadium: Vanderbilt Stadium (39,773) Conference: Southeastern (East)

>>quick facts Name: University of Kentucky Location: Lexington, Ky. Founded/Enrollment: 1865/27,000 Colors: Blue and White

>>at a glance Head Coach: Nick Saban (5th season) Career Record/at UA: 129-53-1/38-11 Series: 47-38-7 UA At Tuscaloosa: 5-4 UA Last Meeting: L, 10-41, 10/23/2010 2010 Overall Record: 10-3 2010 Conf. Record/Finish: 5-3/4th West 2010 Bowl/Final Rank: Capital One (W, 49-7 vs. Michigan St.)/AP-10, Coaches-11 Lettermen Ret./Lost: 53/13 Starters Ret./Lost: 18/7

>>at a glance Head Coach: Steve Spurrier (7th season) Career Record/at USC: 186-73-2/44-33 Series: 22-5-2 UT At Knoxville: 14-1 UT Last Meeting: L, 24-38, 10/30/2010 2010 Overall Record: 9-5 2010 Conf. Record/Finish: 5-3/1st East 2010 Bowl/Final Rank: Chick-fil-A (L, 17-26 vs. Florida St.)/AP-22, Coaches-22 Lettermen Ret./Lost: 48/20 Starters Ret./Lost: 13/11

>>at a glance Head Coach: Rick Stockstill (6th season) Career Record/at MTSU: 33-30/Same Series: 1-0 UT At Knoxville: Same Last Meeting: W, 26-3, 9/7/2002 2010 Overall Record: 6-7 2010 Conf. Record/Finish: 5-3/3rd 2010 Bowl/Final Rank: GoDaddy.com (L, 21-35 vs. Miami (Ohio)/NR Lettermen Ret./Lost: 50/17 Starters Ret./Lost: 10/12

>>at a glance Head Coach: Bobby Petrino (4th season) Career Record/at UA: 64-24/23-15 Series: 13-3-0 UT At Fayetteville: 2-2 Last Meeting: W, 34-13, 11/10/2007 2010 Overall Record: 10-3 2010 Conf. Record/Finish: 6-2/t-2nd West 2010 Bowl/Final Rank: Sugar (L, 26-31 vs. Ohio St.)/AP-12, Coaches-12 Lettermen Ret./Lost: 47/22 Starters Ret./Lost: 15/9

>>at a glance Head Coach: James Franklin (1st season) Career Record/at VU: 0-0/Same Series: 72-27-5 UT At Knoxville: 36-10-1 UT Last Meeting: W, 24-10, 11/20/2010 2010 Overall Record: 2-10 2010 Conf. Record/Finish: 1-7/6th East 2010 Bowl/Final Rank: None Lettermen Ret./Lost: 51/16 Starters Ret./Lost: 21/3

>>at a glance Head Coach: Joker Phillips (2nd season) Career Record/at UK: 6-7/Same Series: 74-23-9 UT At Lexington: 35-13-3 UT Last Meeting: W, 24-14, 11/27/2010 2010 Overall Record: 6-7 2010 Conf. Record/Finish: 2-6/5th East 2010 Bowl/Final Rank: Compass (L, 10-27 vs. Pittsburgh)/NR Lettermen Ret./Lost: 53/20 Starters Ret./Lost: 17/7

>>media info Media Contact: Jeff Purinton Phone: (205) 348-6084 Email: jpurinton@ia.ua.edu Web Site: rolltide.com

>>media info Media Contact: Steve Fink Phone: (803) 777-7987 Email: finksc@mailbox.sc.edu Web Site: gamecocksonline.com

>>media info Media Contact: Mark Owens Phone: (615) 898-5057 Email: owens@goblueraiders.com Web Site: goblueraiders.com

>>media info Media Contact: Zack Higbee Phone: (479) 575-5786 Email: zhigbee@uark.edu Web Site: ArkansasRazorbacks.com

>>media info Media Contact: Larry Leathers Phone: (615) 343-6437 Email: larry.leathers@vanderbilt.edu Web Site: vucommodores.com

>>media info Media Contact: Tony Neely Phone: (859) 257-3838 Email: tneely@uky.edu Web Site: ukathletics.com

>>2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Kent State at Penn State Sept. 10 Sept. 17 North Texas Arkansas Sept. 24 at Florida Oct. 1 Vanderbilt Oct. 8 Oct. 15 at Mississippi Oct. 22 Tennessee Nov. 5 LSU Nov. 12 at Mississippi State Georgia Southern Nov. 19 at Auburn Nov. 26

>>2011 Schedule Sept. 3 East Carolina at Georgia Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Navy Vanderbilt Sept. 24 Auburn Oct. 1 Kentucky Oct. 8 Oct. 15 at Mississippi State Oct. 29 at Tennessee Nov. 5 at Arkansas Florida Nov. 12 The Citadel Nov. 19 Clemson Nov. 26

>>2011 Schedule Sept. 3 at Purdue Georgia Tech Sept. 10 Sept. 24 at Troy Memphis Oct. 1 Western Kentucky Oct. 6 at Florida Atlantic Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Louisiana Nov. 5 at Tennessee Nov. 12 at Lousiana-Monroe Arkansas State Nov. 19 Florida International Nov. 26 at North Texas Dec. 3

>>2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Missouri State New Mexico Sept. 10 Troy Sept. 17 Sept. 24 at Alabama Oct. 1 at Texas A&M Auburn Oct. 8 Oct. 22 at Mississippi Oct. 29 at Vanderbilt Nov. 5 South Carolina Nov. 12 Tennessee Mississippi State Nov. 19 Nov. 25 at LSU

>>2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Elon Sept. 10 Connecticut Sept. 17 Mississippi at South Carolina Sept. 24 at Alabama Oct. 8 Georgia Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Army Oct. 29 Arkansas Nov. 5 at Florida Kentucky Nov. 12 at Tennessee Nov. 19 at Wake Forest Nov. 26

>>2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Western Ky. (Nashville) Central Michigan Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Louisville Sept. 24 Florida at LSU Oct. 1 at South Carolina Oct. 8 Oct. 22 Jacksonville State Oct. 29 Mississippi State Nov. 5 Mississippi at Vanderbilt Nov. 12 at Georgia Nov. 19 Tennessee Nov. 26

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alabama crimson tide

Stadium: Commonwealth Stadium (67,942)

Conference: Southeastern (East)

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A QUICK LOOK AT THE 2011 MATCHUPS >> Montana

 First all-time meeting.  Tennessee’s first all-time meeting against any member of the currently constructed Big Sky conference.  The Vols have won their last two season openers and are 84-24-6 (.763) all-time.  Tennessee has also won its past 16 home openers and is 90-18-5 (.819) all-time.  The Vols are 14-0 against teams currently not in a BCS conference.  Vols’ earliest season opener since 2008 (9/1 vs. UCLA) and earliest home opener since 2006 (9/2 vs. California).

>> Cincinnati

All-Time Series: 4-1-0 All-Time Results: L 0-35 1904 Knoxville 1919 Knoxville W 33-12 1941 Knoxville W 21-6 1942 Knoxville W 34-12 1992 Knoxville W 40-0  The Vols are 4-1 all-time vs. the Bearcats, including wins in their last four meetings. All five contests have been played in Knoxville.  First game for UT against a member of the currently constructed BIG EAST since a 35-14 win against Rutgers, Sept. 28, 2002.  All-time, the Vols are 15-4 (.789) against current BIG EAST members.  Cincinnati’s 18 returning starters are tied for the second-most that the Vols will face in 2011.  Cincinnati opens its season vs. Austin Peay on Sept. 1, giving the Bearcats nine days in between their Sept. 10 date with the Vols. That marks the longest layover that any of UT’s non-conference opponents will have before playing the Vols.

>> Florida

All-Time Series: 19-21-0 at Knoxville: 11-10 at Gainesville: 5-10 Neutral: 3-1 Biggest Win: 42 points (45-3; 1990 in Knoxville) Biggest Loss: 39 points (59-20; 2007 in Gainesville) Longest Winning Streak: 10 games (1916-53) Longest Losing Streak: 6 games (2005-Pres.) Current Streak: Florida 6 games Last 20 Results: 1991 Gainesville L 18-35 1992 Knoxville W 31-14 1993 Gainesville L 34-41 1994 Knoxville L 0-31 1995 Gainesville L 37-62 1996 Knoxville L 29-35 1997 Gainesville L 20-33 58

1998 Knoxville (OT) W 20-17 1999 Gainesville L 21-23 2000 Knoxville L 23-27 2001 Gainesville W 34-32 2002 Knoxville L 13-30 2003 Gainesville W 24-10 2004 Knoxville W 30-28 2005 Gainesville L 7-16 2006 Knoxville L 20-21 2007 Gainesville L 20-59 2008 Knoxville L 6-30 2009 Gainesville L 13-23 2010 Knoxville L 17-31  The Gators will open the season at home vs. Florida Atlantic and UAB before playing host to the Vols.  Florida has won the last six meetings to take a 21-19 series lead. The Vols last defeated the Gators, 30-28, at home in 2004 while also winning in Gainesville, 24-10, in 2003.  Florida’s 13 returning starters are tied for the lowest total of any SEC opponent that the Vols will face this season, while the Gators’ 45 returning lettermen are tied for the lowest figure overall of any team on UT’s schedule.  Will Muschamp enters his first season as Florida’s head coach. Tennessee is 4-3 against Florida when the Gators take the field with a first-year head coach.  Wide receiver Justin Hunter collected his first career touchdown against the Gators in 2010 (9/18), a 35-yarder.

>> Buffalo

 First all-time meeting.  The Bulls are UT’s second non-conference opponent to open October since 1995. The only other non-SEC team to begin UT’s October schedule in that period was Northern Illinois, also from the MidAmerican Conference, in 2008.  The Vols are 5-0 against current MAC teams alltime, including recent wins vs. Ohio in 2009 and Northern Illinois in 2008.  Buffalo’s 2-10 record in 2010 tied Vanderbilt for the worst of any 2011 UT opponent.  This game opens a three-game homestand, UT’s longest of the season.

>> Georgia

All-Time Series: 21-17-2 at Knoxville: 11-8-1 at Athens: 10-9-1 Biggest Win: 46 points (46-0; 1936 in Athens) Biggest Loss: 44 points (44-0; 1981 in Athens) Longest Winning Streak: 9 games (1989-99) Longest Losing Streak: 5 games (1909-24) Current Streak: Georgia 1 game

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Last 20 Results: 1989 Knoxville W 17-14 1992 Athens W 34-31 1993 Knoxville W 38-6 1994 Athens W 41-23 1995 Knoxville W 30-27 W 29-17 1996 Athens 1997 Knoxville W 38-13 1998 Athens W 22-3 1999 Knoxville W 37-20 2000 Athens L 10-21 L 24-26 2001 Knoxville 2002 Athens L 13-18 L 14-41 2003 Knoxville 2004 Athens W 19-14 2005 Knoxville L 14-27 2006 Athens W 51-33 2007 Knoxville W 35-14 L 14-26 2008 Athens 2009 Knoxville W 45-19 2010 Athens L 14-41  The Vols and Bulldogs have swapped victories since 2007, with the home team winning each time. UT hosts UGA this season and holds an 11-8-1 record against the Bulldogs in Knoxville.  UT will look to avenge its most lopsided road loss last season at Georgia (14-41).  Tennessee owns a 21-17-2 all-time mark against Georgia.  Four of the last five meetings have been decided by at least 18 points.  Georgia will play in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game against Boise State in Atlanta, Sept. 3.  UT’s 26-point victory against Georgia (45-19) is the Bulldogs’ largest loss in the past two seasons.  Mark Richt, in his 11th season at Georgia, is tied as the longest tenured coach at his respective school of any of UT’s opponents.

>> LSU

All-Time Series: 20-8-3 at Knoxville: 11-2-1 at Baton Rouge: 8-4-2 Bowl Game: 1-0 SEC Championship: 0-2 Biggest Win: 28 points (28-0, 1940 in Knoxville) Biggest Loss: 25 points (34-9, 1988 in Knoxville) Longest Winning Streak: 10 games (1934-59) Longest Losing Streak: 3 games (2006-2010) Current Streak: LSU 3 games Last 20 Results: 1953 Knoxville W 32-14 1959 Knoxville W 14-13 1964 Baton Rouge T 3-3 1967 Knoxville W 17-14 1972 Houston W 24-17 1974 Baton Rouge L 10-20

1975 Knoxville W 24-10 1982 Baton Rouge T 24-24 1983 Knoxville W 20-6 1988 Knoxville L 9-34 1989 Baton Rouge W 45-39 1992 Baton Rouge W 20-0 1993 Knoxville W 42-20 2000 Baton Rouge (OT) L 31-38 2001 Knoxville W 26-18 2001 Atlanta L 20-31 2005 Baton Rouge (OT) W 30-27 2006 Knoxville L 24-28 2007 Atlanta L 21-14 2010 Baton Rouge L 14-16  This mid-October meeting in Knoxville is likely to be one of the most highly-anticipated match-ups of the season for the Vols after last season’s heartbreaking 1614 loss at LSU. After the clock read 0:00 with the scoreboard in UT’s favor, the Vols were penalized for having too many men on the field during the final play. With one last shot, LSU’s Stevan Ridley plunged into the end zone with no time on the clock as the TIgers escaped with a two-point victory.  Despite last season’s loss, the Vols own a 20-8-3 record all-time against LSU, including a 11-2-1 mark in Knoxville.  LSU has won three consecutive meetings with UT, including a 28-24 triumph in Knoxville in 2006. Previously, the Tigers hadn’t won at Neyland Stadium since 1988.  Les Miles, in his 11th season at LSU, is tied as the longest tenured coach at his respective school of any of UT’s opponents.  LSU opens the season Sept. 3 against Oregon in the Cowboys Classic game at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.  The Tigers finished with the highest final 2010 poll rankings of any of UT’s 2011 opponents, placing eighth in both the Associated Press and Coaches’ polls.

>> Alabama

All-Time Series: 38-48-7 at Knoxville: 20-22-1 at Tuscaloosa: 4-5 at Birmingham: 14-21-6 Biggest Win: 27 points (41-14; 1969 and 1995, both in Birmingham) Biggest Loss: 51 points (51-0; 1906 in Birmingham) Longest Winning Streak: 7 games (1995-2001) Longest Losing Streak: 11 games (1971-81) Current Streak: Alabama 4 games Last 20 Results: 1991 Birmingham L 19-24 1992 Knoxville L 10-17 1993 Birmingham* T 17-17 1994 Knoxville L 13-17


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All-Time Series: 13-3-0 at Knoxville: 6-1 at Fayetteville: 2-2 at Little Rock: 3-0 Bowl Games: 2-0 Biggest Win: 43 points (63-20; 2000 in Knoxville) Biggest Loss: 17 points (31-14; 2006 in Fayetteville) Longest Winning Streak: 6 games (1993-98) Longest Losing Streak: 1 game Current Streak: Tennessee 1 game All-Time Results: 1907 Little Rock W 14-2 1971 Memphis W 14-13 1990 Dallas W 31-27 1992 Knoxville L 24-25 1993 Little Rock W 28-14

All-Time Series: 74-23-9 at Knoxville: 39-10-6 at Lexington: 35-13-3 Biggest Win: 52 points (52-0; 1994 in Knoxville) Biggest Loss: 56 points (56-0; 1893 in Knoxville) Longest Winning Streak: 26 games (1985-Pres.) Longest Losing Streak: 4 games (1909-12) Current Streak: Tennessee 26 games Last 20 Results: 1991 Lexington W 16-7 1992 Knoxville W 34-13 1993 Lexington W 48-0 1994 Knoxville W 52-0 1995 Lexington W 34-31 1996 Knoxville W 56-10 1997 Lexington W 59-31 1998 Knoxville W 59-21 1999 Lexington W 56-21 2000 Knoxville W 59-20 2001 Lexington W 38-35 2002 Knoxville W 24-0 2003 Lexington W 20-7 2004 Knoxville W 37-31 2005 Lexington W 27-8 2006 Knoxville W 17-12 2007 Lexington (4OT) W 59-7 2008 Knoxville W 28-10 2009 Lexington (OT) W 30-24 2010 Knoxville W 24-14  Tennessee upheld the longest active winning streak in a series between two major college teams with its 26th straight win over the Wildcats in 2010. The Vols’ 2414 victory made them bowl eligible.  Tennessee leads the all-time series 74-23-9 and holds a 35-13-3 advantage in Lexington. UK last defeated the Vols in Lexington in 1981.  Kentucky’s 53 returning lettermen are tied with Alabama for the most for any team on UT’s schedule.  Quarterback Tyler Bray tossed for a career-high 354 passing yards to lead the Vols against Kentucky last year.

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>> Arkansas

All-Time Series: 72-27-5 at Knoxville: 36-10-1 at Nashville: 36-17-4 Biggest Win: 65 points (65-0; 1994 in Nashville) Biggest Loss: 51 points (51-0; 1909 in Nashville) Longest Winning Streak: 22 games (1983-2004) Longest Losing Streak: 9 games (1901-13) Current Streak: Tennessee 5 games Last 20 Results: 1991 Knoxville W 45-0 1992 Nashville W 29-25 1993 Knoxville W 62-14 1994 Nashville W 65-0 1995 Knoxville W 12-7 1996 Nashville W 14-7 1997 Knoxville W 17-10 1998 Nashville W 41-0 1999 Knoxville W 38-10 2000 Nashville W 28-26 2001 Knoxville W 38-0 2002 Nashville W 24-0 2003 Knoxville W 48-0 2004 Nashville W 38-33 2005 Knoxville L 24-28 2006 Nashville W 39-10 2007 Knoxville W 25-24 2008 Nashville W 20-10 2009 Knoxville W 31-16 2010 Nashville W 24-10  With a 24-10 victory against the Commodores in 2010, the Vols stretched their all-time series lead to a 72-27-5 mark.  Tennessee has won five straight against Vanderbilt, but the Commorodes were the last in-state rival to defeat the Vols, doing so in a 28-24 win in Knoxville in

>> Kentucky

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All-Time Series: 1-0-0  The Vols and Blue Raiders have met just once, a 26-3 UT victory in 2002 in Knoxville. The Vols have won nine straight games against in-state opponents.  Tennessee is 6-0 against current members of the Sun Belt conference.  The Vols are 14-0 against teams currently not in a BCS conference.  MTSU is UT’s only non-conference opponent who played in a bowl game last season, participating in the GoDaddy.com Bowl, but falling 35-21 to Miami (Ohio).  The Blue Raiders return just 10 starters, the fewest of any Vols’ competitor. All-Time Results: 2002 Knoxville W 26-3

>> Vanderbilt

2005. Since then, UT has posted nine straight victories over fellow Tennessee teams.  Vanderbilt returns 21 of its 24 starters from 2010, the highest total for any UT opponent. The next-highest figure is 18 for both Alabama and Cincinnati.  Vanderbilt’s 2-10 record in 2010 tied Buffalo for the worst of any UT opponent.  Wide receiver Da’Rick Rogers set career highs of three receptions for 59 yards vs. Vanderbilt last season.

THE VOLS

All-Time Series: 22-5-2 at Knoxville: 14-1 at Columbia: 8-4-2 Biggest Win: 54 points (54-0; 1929 in Knoxville) Biggest Loss: 24 points (24-0; 1903 in Columbia) Longest Winning Streak: 12 games (1993-2004) Longest Losing Streak: 1 game (multiple times) Current Streak: South Carolina 1 game Last 20 Results: 1971 Knoxville W 35-6 1992 Columbia L 23-24 1993 Knoxville W 55-3 1994 Columbia W 31-22 1995 Knoxville W 56-21 1996 Columbia W 31-14 1997 Knoxville W 22-7 1998 Columbia W 49-14 1999 Knoxville W 30-7 2000 Columbia W 17-14 2001 Knoxville W 17-10 2002 Columbia W 18-10

>> Middle Tennessee

1994 Knoxville W 38-21 1995 Fayetteville W 49-31 1996 Knoxville W 55-14 1997 Little Rock W 30-22 1998 Knoxville W 28-24 1999 Fayetteville L 24-28 2000 Knoxville W 63-20 2001 Fayetteville W 13-3 2002 Knoxville (6OT) W 41-38 2006 Fayetteville L 14-31 2007 Knoxville W 34-13  Tennessee will travel to Fayetteville, Ark. for the first time since 2006, where the Vols are 2-2 against the Razorbacks. All-time, UT leads the series 13-3.  The Vols won the previous meeting, 34-13, in Knoxville, but haven’t won in Fayetteville since a 13-3 victory in 2001.  Arkansas is UT’s only opponent to have played in a BCS game in 2010. The Razorbacks lost to Ohio State, 3126, in the Sugar Bowl.  Arkansas is one of three UT opponents who notched double-digit wins (10) last season.

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>> South Carolina

2003 Knoxville (OT) W 23-20 2004 Columbia W 43-29 2005 Knoxville L 15-16 2006 Columbia W 31-24 2007 Knoxville W 27-24 2008 Columbia L 6-27 2009 Knoxville W 31-13 2010 Columbia L 24-38  The Vols and Gamecocks have traded wins since 2007, with the home team prevailing each time. UT hosts USC this season and holds a 14-1 record against the Gamecocks in Knoxville.  South Carolina’s lone win in Knoxville was a 16-15 victory in 2005. Overall, the Vols lead the all-time series 22-5-2.  USC head coach Steve Spurrier is the winningest coach on Tennessee’s schedule with 186 victories.  The Gamecocks have an open date the week prior to their trip to Knoxville (Oct. 22), giving them a 14-day break in between games, the longest any UT opponent has in 2011 prior to playing the Vols.  USC’s 13 returning starters are tied for the lowest total of any SEC opponent that the Vols will face this season.

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1995 Birmingham W 41-14 1996 Knoxville W 20-13 1997 Birmingham W 38-21 1998 Knoxville W 35-18 1999 Tuscaloosa W 21-7 2000 Knoxville W 20-10 2001 Tuscaloosa W 35-24 2002 Knoxville L 14-34 2003 Tuscaloosa (5OT) W 51-43 2004 Knoxville W 17-13 2005 Tuscaloosa L 3-6 2006 Knoxville W 16-13 2007 Tuscaloosa L 14-41 2008 Knoxville L 9-29 2009 Tuscaloosa L 10-12 2010 Knoxville L 10-41 * Game later forfeited to Tennessee as a result of NCAA sanctions.  Alabama has won four consecutive meetings and leads the all-time series 47-38-7, including a slight 5-4 edge in Tuscaloosa.  The Vols’ last victory in Tuscaloosa came in a fiveovertime effort, a 51-43 win in 2003.  Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium ranks as the fifthlargest collegiate football stadium in the country with a capacity of 101,821. Outside of Neyland Stadium, it’s the largest venue that Tennessee will play at in 2011.  The Tide’s 53 returning lettermen are tied for the most UT will face this season, while their 18 returning starters rank tied as the second most on UT’s schedule.  Tailback Tauren Poole became the first individual to rush for more than 100 yards against Alabama in 41 games and was the only one to accomplish the feat last season. Poole had 117 yards, including a career-long 59yard TD rush in the first quarter.


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HEAD COACH DEREK DOOLEY second season at tennessee >> The Facts

 Born: June 10, 1968 (Athens, Ga.)  Wife: Dr. Allison Jeffers Dooley  Children: John Taylor, Peyton and Julianna

 Education Clarke Central High School University of Virginia 1991 University of Georgia Law School 1994

It’s all in the details for Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley, who spent his first season at Rocky Top laying the foundation on which to support his long-term vision of success for Tennessee football. With his energetic personality, meticulous approach and belief in the dedication to both the character and on-field development of the student-athlete, Dooley, 43, was able to refocus, reshape and rebrand the Volunteer program in one short year. After being hired as Tennessee’s 22nd head football coach on January 15, 2010, Dooley had less than three weeks to assemble his staff and put the finishing touches on his first of two consecutive recruiting classes ranked in the top 12 nationally. The momentum generated during those early weeks continued to build throughout the 2010 season, as Dooley piloted the Vols to a bowl game, redesigned the now under construction $40-million, state-of-the-art football training facility, established a new academic accountability system and developed the Vol For Life (VFL) comprehensive player support and character education program. This increased commitment to excellence in all facets of the program provided the framework that helped the Vols exceed expectations on the field in Dooley’s first season at the helm. Despite serving as the third head coach of the Tennessee football team in a 15-month period and competing roughly 15-20 scholarship players below the established scholarship limit of 85, Dooley led his first Vols squad to four consecutive November wins, an appearance in the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl against North Carolina, and a 6-7 finish. The bright future on the horizon for UT football was exemplified by performances from the talented freshmen class. Tennessee played 26 freshmen in 2010, including 16 true freshmen, both the third-highest totals in major college football. A schoolrecord seven true freshmen started against Memphis. Many of the 2010 UT freshmen assumed significant roles and produced record-setting seasons. Quarterback Tyler Bray was 4-1 as a starter and set a Tennessee record for passing yards by a freshman with 1,537. He also set overall school records for passing touchdowns (five) and passing yards (308) in a single half (both at Memphis). Freshman wide receiver Justin Hunter set a Tennessee freshman record with seven receiving touchdowns and averaged a team-best 25.9 yards per catch this season. Additionally, the Vols received 31 starts by freshmen on the offensive line, in62

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Coaching Career Year School 1996 Georgia 1997 Southern Methodist 1998-99 Southern Methodist 2000-02 LSU 2003 LSU 2004 LSU 2005-06 Miami Dolphins 2007 Louisiana Tech 2008-09 Louisiana Tech 2010-11 Tennessee

Position Grad. Asst., Defensive Backs Wide Receivers Coach Wide Receivers/ Co-Recruiting Coordinator Recruiting Coordinator/Tight Ends Running Backs/Special Teams Assistant Head Coach/ Running Backs/Special Teams Tight Ends Coach Head Coach Head Coach/Athletic Director Head Coach

cluding right tackle Ja’Wuan James, who started all 13 games at right tackle. James Stone (eight starts), JerQuari Schofield (five starts) and Zach Fulton (five starts) also started multiple games on the offensive line in 2010. And while the future certainly seems promising, the 2010 team featured a big-play offense that produced 71 plays of 20plus yards, 19 of which were touchdowns, a significant increase from the 2009 totals of 61 plays of 20-plus yards, 10 of which went for touchdowns. The 2010 Vols additionally developed as the season progressed defensively as well, ranking eighth nationally in November by allowing only 13.0 points per game. Tennessee also was a plus-nine in turnover margin in November, the third-best total nationally. And despite having such a young roster, the disciplined nature of the 2010 Vols allowed them to rank third in the conference in fewest penalty yards per game for the entire season (41.5 yards per game). Determined to make immediate strides in changing the culture of the program, Dooley created the Vol for Life program. The four-year VFL curriculum focuses on the often-overlooked personal growth of the student-athlete, encompassing the following topics: character education, personal finance, life skills, career development, spiritual growth, community service, mental conditioning, personal branding, and navigating the social media landscape. The ultimate goal of the VFL program, in Dooley’s eyes, is to reshape the culture of the program into one that produces not only great players and teams, but even greater men. The program has not only helped to build the bond between team-


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Atlantic Coast Conference championship. In 1990, he was named first team Academic All-ACC and helped Virginia to a Sugar Bowl bid against Tennessee. During his playing career, Dooley caught 41 passes for 604 yards and three touchdowns. His level of play was such in the 1990 season that he was invited to and participated in the Senior Bowl. He graduated that year with a bachelor’s degree in government and foreign affairs, and then went on to earn his law degree from the University of Georgia in 1994. Before embarking on his coaching career, Dooley practiced law at a private law firm in Atlanta for two years. After a successful start to the legal profession, Dooley switched gears and returned to his love of football, beginning his coaching career in 1996 as a graduate assistant at Georgia under defensive coordinator Joe Kines. He then served from 1997-99 as wide receivers coach and co-recruiting coordinator at SMU, where Dooley helped the Mustangs to the school’s only winning season over a 20-year stretch. Dooley joined the staff at LSU under Nick Saban in 2000, serving as recruiting coordinator and tight ends coach from 2000-02 and then running backs coach and special teams coordinator from 2003-04.

While LSU’s recruiting coordinator, Dooley helped the Tigers land No. 1 classes in 2001 and 2003. The Tigers won SEC championships both of those seasons, claimed the BCS national championship in 2003, and Saban promoted Dooley to assistant head coach for the 2004 campaign. Dooley left with Saban to serve as tight ends coach for the Miami Dolphins from 2005-06. During his two years in the NFL, Dooley oversaw the continued development of tight end Randy McMichael, who ended his Dolphins career as the all-time leader in receptions by a tight end. Dooley is married to Dr. Allison Jeffers Dooley, an OB/GYN and Fort Worth, Texas, native. They have two sons, John Taylor (12) and Peyton (9) and a daughter, Julianna (7). Allison is active in fundraising and serves on the Board of Directors locally for the Susan G. Komen Foundation for breast cancer research. She also serves on the Board of Directors for Imagination Library. The Dooleys also host an annual fundraising event for Variety, an organization that provides financial support for numerous children’s charities.

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“I really admire and look up to him. Not only is he a great coach, but he is a great man. He comes from a background of tradition of winning, and he represents what you expect from in a coach. You can believe and fully trust him. He is a highcharacter man and a player’s coach.” >> Robert Royal Cleveland Browns tight end

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 Derek Dooley with his wife, Allison, and children (L to R) John Taylor, Julianna and Peyton.

“He’s the kind of coach that’s got a lot of energy, and he’s somebody that you can relate to on a personal level. He’s great at giving advice while being upbeat at the same time. There aren’t many coaches that will let you have fun while getting the job done at the same time. He has the ability to get that out of you.” >> Joseph Addai

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“Coach Dooley is such a bright person. He made me a better person on and off the field. He made me focus every day on every aspect of the game. As a coach, he makes you the best player you can possibly be. He’ll coach you like you’ve never been coached, and he’ll push you to your maximum potential. He is a phenomenal teacher.” >> Randy McMichael

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“Coach Dooley will get us going in the right direction. His way of doing things makes sense.” >> Peyton Manning

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mates, but also between the Tennessee football team and the Knoxville community. In addition to charitable work with groups such as Habitat for Humanity, the Vols have partnered with other local leaders and organizations, including spending a day with the Knoxville Police Department to learn about the challenges that face law enforcement. Dooley has led by example as well, speaking at numerous events throughout Knoxville and the entire state of Tennessee to help raise more than $750,000 for children and other causes in the local community. Before his arrival in Knoxville, Dooley served as the head coach at Louisiana Tech during the 200709 seasons and also doubled as the school’s athletic director for the last two years of his tenure in Ruston. As the head coach of the football team, Dooley’s tenure was highlighted by an 8-5 mark in 2008, including the school’s first postseason victory in 30 years at the Independence Bowl. Tech finished second in the WAC that season and played in a bowl game for only the third time since joining the major college ranks in 1989. For his efforts, the Louisiana Sports Writers’ Association named him 2008 Coach of the Year. The only athletics director serving as head football coach on the major college level at that time, he was able to organize efforts to negotiate a new team apparel agreement, contract a multimedia rights deal, rebrand the Louisiana Tech athletic logos, and significantly upgrade facilities, including finalizing plans and launching a campaign for a new football training center and the addition of both a state-ofthe-art HD video scoreboard and a new FieldTurf surface at Joe Aillet Stadium. Additionally, Dooley also restructured the athletic foundation by creating LTAC, Team Tech 100 and the new LA Tech Kids Club, all of which contributed to an increase of annual giving by more than 150 percent. Net corporate sponsorship revenue also increased by 123 percent during his first year as athletic director, and Dooley also oversaw a restructuring of the ticket operation and the implementation of an online ticketing system, the first in school history, all of which led to a 51 percent increase in ticket sales and a new record for football season tickets. The youngest son of Georgia legend Vince Dooley, who coached the Bulldogs for 25 seasons and claimed six league titles and the 1980 national championship, Dooley never accepted the predetermined path to success. He played his college football at Virginia, turning down scholarship offers elsewhere to walk on and later earn his own scholarship from Cavaliers head coach George Welsh. As a wide receiver, Dooley earned that scholarship after his second season and went on to help the Cavaliers to three bowl appearances and the 1989


STAFF Jim Chaney

Offensive Coordinator/ Running Backs

3rd Season at Tennessee >> The Facts

 Born: Jan. 12, 1962 (Holden, Mo.)  Wife: Lisa Chaney  Children: Elizabeth and Sara

 Education

Holden High School Central Missouri State University 1985

 College Football

Nose Guard, Central Missouri State, 1980-83

 Coaching Career

Cal State Fullerton 1985-87 Western Michigan 1988 Cal State Fullerton 1988-92 Wyoming 1993-96 Purdue 1997-2005 St. Louis Rams 2006-08 Tennessee 2009-present.

 Bowl Game Coaching History

1993 Copper, 1997 Alamo, 1998 Alamo, 2000 Outback, 2001 Rose, 2001 Sun, 2002 Sun, 2004 Capital One, 2004 Sun, 2009 Chick-fil-A, 2010 Music City.

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The start to Jim Chaney’s second season at Tennessee certainly offered a monumental assignment. UT’s offensive coordinator faced the task of replacing his quarterback, finding a starting tailback and overhauling nearly the entire offensive line. But Chaney once again pushed all the right buttons to produce what turned into a terrific rushing and passing combination that vaulted Tennessee into another bowl game. Chaney saw junior Tauren Poole pass the 1,000-yard rushing plateau during his first season as the starter, and then watched as true freshman Tyler Bray threw for a UT freshmanrecord 1,849 yards while leading the Vols to a 4-0 November. All this behind an offensive line that jelled down the stretch and offers a solid anchor for Tennessee’s surging fortunes. Chaney, 49, arrived in Knoxville in 2009 from the NFL ranks, having spent the three previous seasons as an assistant coach for the St. Louis Rams. The majority of Chaney’s coaching experience, however, comes from the collegiate ranks. His coaching and recruiting turns at Purdue, Wyoming and Cal State Fullerton made him the perfect fit for Tennessee. Chaney spent all three years in St. Louis coaching the offensive line before adding tight ends to his assignment sheet in 2008. During the 2007 campaign, Chaney helped coach an offensive line that led running back Steven Jackson to his third consecutive 1,000-yard season. Possessing one of college football’s best offensive minds, Chaney helped the Boilermakers lead the Big Ten in passing offense five times and total offense three. Purdue was ranked in the top 10 in the nation in total offense in six seasons, including 2000, when the Boilermakers ranked fourth. Chaney served as the offensive coordinator at Purdue from 1997-2005. Quarterback Drew Brees, a second-round draft pick by the San Diego Chargers in 2001, was the NCAA total offense champion in 2000, averaging 349.1 yards per game, and received the Maxwell Award as the nation’s outstanding player. Tim Stratton received the inaugural John Mackey Award as the nation’s best tight end in 2000. More importantly, the 2000 combination of Chaney and Brees under head coach Joe Tiller led Purdue to its first Big Ten championship and Rose Bowl berth in 33 years. From 1997-2001, Chaney served as recruiting coordinator and helped the Boilermakers sign some

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 Jim Chaney, now in his third year as the Vols’ offensive coordinator, is pictured above with his wife, Lisa, and their daughters, Elizabeth and Sara. of the country’s top high school talent. The 1998 class was ranked second in the Big Ten and 11th nationally. Each of Chaney’s last five classes was in the top 30 nationally. Before his Purdue tenure, Chaney was offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator at Wyoming in 1995 and 1996. He joined the Cowboys in 1993 as a graduate assistant, working with the tight ends and recruiting. Chaney broke into coaching at Cal State Fullerton in 1985. He served in many areas, including offensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator as well as coaching all offensive positions. Chaney had a stint as the offensive line coach at Western Michigan during the spring of 1988 before returning to Cal State Fullerton. A native of Holden, Mo., Chaney earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education from Central Missouri State University in 1985 after a career at nose guard. He earned All-Conference honors as a senior. Chaney and his wife, Lisa, who hails from Rock Springs, Wyo., are the parents of daughters Elizabeth and Sara.


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 Born: Nov. 12, 1976 (Eugene, Ore.)

 Education

Junction City (Ore.) High School University of Oregon 1999 Safety/Cornerback, University of Oregon, 1995-99

 Coaching Career

Boise State 2001-02 California 2003-05 Boise State 2006-09 Tennessee 2010-present.

 Bowl Game Coaching History

2002 Humanitarian, 2003 Insight, 2004 Holiday, 2005 Las Vegas, 2007 Fiesta, 2007 Hawaii, 2008 Poinsettia, 2010 Fiesta, 2010 Music City.

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mized the Cal defense’s swarm-to-the-ball philosophy, and the Bears went to three straight bowls and combined for a 26-12 record. In his two seasons as a graduate assistant at Boise State, Wilcox worked with the outside linebackers. He helped Boise State to an upset victory over No. 8 Fresno State in 2001 and a 12-1 record and No. 15 national ranking in 2002. The Junction City, Ore., native played collegiately at Oregon from 1995-99 and was a part of four teams that advanced to bowl games. He played in the 1997 Las Vegas, 1998 Aloha, and 1999 Sun bowls. He redshirted in 1995 when Oregon participated in the Cotton Bowl. His first three years were spent at safety before he moved to cornerback as a senior in 1999 and claimed All-Pac-10 second-team honors. Wilcox earned his bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Oregon in 1999. Wilcox is the son of Dave Wilcox, All-Pro linebacker for the San Francisco 49ers who was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000.

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Justin Wilcox saved his best defensive showings for last during his debut season in the Southeastern Conference. Wilcox blended a unit of defenders that hit its stride during Tennessee’s unbeaten November streak to a bowl game. The Vols’ defense registered more sacks, forced turnovers and took advantage with big-play scoring opportunities while limiting four straight foes to no more than 14 points. Wilcox came to Knoxville from Boise State, where for the previous four seasons he served as defensive coordinator and helped the Broncos blast their way into the elite of college football. In 2009, Boise State completed a perfect 14-0 season with a Fiesta Bowl victory over TCU. That victory lifted Boise State’s record to 49-4 in four seasons with Wilcox at the defensive helm under head coach Chris Petersen. Wilcox, 34, made his mark on the national defensive rankings in 2009, guiding the Broncos to a No. 14 statistical finish in both total defense and scoring defense and a No. 3 showing in turnover margin. Boise State bookended the season with two of its most impressive victories, clamping down on Pac-10 Conference champion Oregon 19-8 to start the year and then closing with the 17-10 triumph over previously undefeated TCU at the Fiesta Bowl. The Broncos of 2008 were nearly as tough, finishing 12-1 and winning their second Western Athletic Conference title in three seasons. Wilcox’s defense ranked third nationally in scoring, allowing just 12.6 points per game and holding eight of its 13 opponents to 10 points or fewer. Boise State led the WAC in total defense and scoring defense all four seasons under Wilcox. Wilcox coached six seasons overall in Boise, also working as a graduate assistant for the Broncos from 2001-02. Among his prized stalwarts were defensive end Ryan Winterswyk and defensive back Kyle Wilson, both of whom twice earned All-WAC first team nods. In both 2007 and 2006, the Broncos also led the WAC in rushing defense. Boise State was eighth nationally against the run during Wilcox’s debut season as defensive coordinator, and his overall defensive scheme was instrumental in helping that 2006 squad to a 13-0 record and the now-famous 43-42 overtime win over Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl. Before returning to Boise State as defensive coordinator, Wilcox spent three seasons (2003-05) at California as linebackers coach. Wilcox was credited with turning his linebackers into a unit that epito-

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STAFF Charlie Baggett

Assistant Head Coach/ Wide Receivers

2nd Season at Tennessee >> The Facts

 Born: Jan. 21, 1953 (Fayetteville, N.C.)  Wife: Lisa Baggett  Children: Camille

 Education

E.E. Smith Sr. High School Michigan State University 1976

 College Football

Quarterback, Michigan State, 1973-75

 Coaching Career

Bowling Green 1977-80 Minnesota 1981-82 Michigan State 1983-92 Houston Oilers 1993-94 Michigan State 1995-98 Green Bay Packers 1999 Minnesota Vikings 2000-04 Miami Dolphins 2005-06 Washington 2007-08 St. Louis Rams 2009 Tennessee 2010-present.

 Bowl Game Coaching History

1984 Cherry, 1985 Hall of Fame, 1988 Rose, 1989 Gator, 1989 Aloha, 1990 John Hancock, 1995 Independence, 1996 Sun, 1997 Aloha, 2010 Music City.

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Charlie Baggett blended a talented mixture of upperclassmen and newcomers to give the Vols an excellent receiving corps during his first year at UT. The NFL veteran, who has coached nine 1,000yard receivers in the pro ranks, saw seniors Gerald Jones and Denarius Moore lead Tennessee in 2010. Jones was tops in catches with 55 for 596 yards and four touchdowns, while Moore led the way with 981 receiving yards and nine TDs on 47 receptions. Moore also recorded two of the top five receiving performances in UT history, with his 228 yards at South Carolina ranking second and his 205 yards vs. Kentucky placing fifth all-time. Freshmen also thrived under Baggett’s leadership. Justin Hunter made his presence felt with a team-leading 25.9-yard receiving average, finishing with 16 catches for 415 yards. His seven receiving scores were second only to Moore and were a UT freshman record. Da’Rick Rogers caught 11 passes for 167 yards to go with 117 rushing yards and a 24.8-yard kickoff return average. Baggett, 58, who serves as Tennessee’s assistant head coach and wide receivers coach, brought 33 years of coaching experience to the Vols, including 11 seasons as an NFL assistant. Baggett spent 2009 with the St. Louis Rams and before that was at Washington, where he coached the Huskies’ wide receivers from 2007-08. Baggett was associate head coach/offense and wide receivers coach for the Miami Dolphins from 2005-06, coaching under Nick Saban and alongside UT head coach Dooley. Under Baggett, Dolphins wide receiver Chris Chambers had a Pro Bowl season in 2005, catching 82 passes for 1,118 yards and 11 touchdowns. Baggett was wide receivers coach for the Vikings from 2000-04, coaching Cris Carter and Randy Moss. In the first four seasons of Baggett’s tenure, Moss had 376 receptions for 5,649 yards and 49 touchdowns, all of which ranked in the top three in the NFL. Moss also broke the NFL record for most receiving TDs in a rookie season with 17, which still stands today. Carter caught 169 passes before retiring after the 2001 season. Baggett came to the Vikings following the 1999 season at Green Bay, where Packers receivers Antonio Freeman and Bill Schroeder each surpassed 1,000 yards and combined for 148 catches. Baggett was associate head coach/wide receivers coach at his alma mater, Michigan State University, from 1995-98, his second stint at the school, hav-

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 Charlie Baggett, in his second year at Tennessee as assistant head coach, is pictured with his wife, Lisa and daughter, Camille. A former quarterback, Baggett coached wide receivers for 11 NFL seasons. ing also served the Spartans from 1983-92 as wide receivers coach (1983-84, 1986-87, 1990-92) and as running backs coach (1985, 1988-89). In 14 seasons and two tenures at Michigan State, Baggett guided such future NFL players as Andre Rison, Mark Ingram, Plaxico Burress, Lorenzo White, Muhsin Muhammad, Daryl Turner, Derrick Mason, and Courtney Hawkins. Baggett made his NFL coaching debut with the Houston Oilers, tutoring receivers from 1993-94. In his first season with the team, Oilers receivers Haywood Jeffires and Webster Slaughter were named to the Pro Bowl. Baggett began his collegiate playing career at the University of North Carolina in 1971 before transferring to Michigan State, where he started at quarterback for three seasons (1973-75). Baggett was with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the CFL in 1976 before beginning his coaching career, overseeing wide receivers and running backs at Bowling Green in 1977. Baggett moved on to coach wide receivers at the University of Minnesota from 1981-82. A native of Fayetteville, N.C., Baggett and his wife, Lisa, have a daughter, Camille.


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 Born: Nov. 19, 1958 (Malvern, Pa.)  Wife: Terri Hiestand  Children: Michael, Matthew, Mark and Sarah

 Education

 College Football

Offensive Guard, Springfield and East Stroudsburg, 1980-83

 Coaching Career

East Stroudsburg 1982-85 Pennsylvania 1986 Southern California 1987 Toledo 1988 Cincinnati 1989-93 Missouri 1994-96 Illinois 1997-2004 Chicago Bears 2005-09 Tennessee 2010-present.

 Bowl Game Coaching History

1988 Rose, 1999 Micron PC, 2001 Sugar, 2006 Super, 2010 Music City.

the quarterback. The NFC-champion Bears of 2006 attempted 539 passes while permitting just 25 sacks, and the 2008 squad attempted 557 passes and absorbed just 29 sacks. Hiestand had the chance to coach three of NFLs all-time best at their positions, including center Olin Kreutz, guard Ruben Brown, and tackle Orlando Pace. During his Illinois days, Hiestand coached 12 AllBig Ten Conference selections on the offensive line.

 Harry Hiestand is pictured above with his wife, Terri, and children, Matthew, Mark and Sarah. Hiestand arrived at UT after five seasons coaching the offensive line for the Chicago Bears. Every starting offensive lineman in his first seven years with the Illini made it to an NFL camp. Hiestand joined Illinois in 1997 after spending three seasons at Missouri. Prior to his stint as offensive line coach with the Tigers, he coached the same position at Cincinnati for five seasons (1989-93) and also was run-game coordinator in 1992 and offensive coordinator in 1993. Hiestand coached tight ends and assisted with the offensive line at Toledo in 1988, was a graduate assistant at Southern California in 1987, and tight ends and assistant offensive line coach at Pennsylvania in 1986. He became a full-time assistant coach at East Stroudsburg in 1983, staying four years at the Division II school. That was after injuries ended his playing days, which had begun at Springfield College in Massachusetts before he transferred. Hiestand earned his bachelor’s degree in health and physical education from East Stroudsburg in 1983. Hiestand and his wife, Terri, have four children: Michael, Matthew (who works with the UT facilities group), Mark and Sarah.

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Radnor (Pa.) High School East Stroudsburg University of Pa. 1983

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Offensive Line

Harry Hiestand (pronounced HE-stand) faced the task a year ago of putting together his first offensive line at Tennessee from an inexperienced group. The Vols returned only one player with any starting experience at all, and that amounted to a total of three starts. Yet the former Super Bowl coach with the Chicago Bears molded Tennessee’s young but talented group up front and formed a unit that should be a foundation for growth over the next few seasons. Hiestand saw his two tackles, sophomore Dallas Thomas and true freshman Ja’Wuan James, start every game. Two more true freshmen, James Stone at center and Zach Fulton at guard, worked their way into the starting lineup under Hiestand’s guidance, with Stone earning multiple Freshman All-America honors and James receiving Freshman All-SEC recognition. Hiestand’s group collectively helped tailback Tauren Poole’s efforts in tying for the SEC lead with six 100-yard rushing games and registering just the 16th 1,000-yard rushing season in UT history with 1,034 yards. The Malvern, Pa., native came to UT after five seasons as offensive line coach with the Chicago Bears, where he helped the NFL franchise to its first Super Bowl appearance in 21 years. Before that, Hiestand was the offensive line coach for 16 consecutive seasons at three BCS universities, with the longest tenure being eight seasons as offensive line coach and assistant head coach at Illinois. The 52-year-old has been coaching offensive linemen and tight ends since 1982. In Chicago, Hiestand molded units that were known for their physical play in the run game and ability to protect

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STAFF Darin Hinshaw

Quarterbacks

2nd Season at Tennessee >> The Facts

 Born: June 6, 1972 (Punta Gorda, Fla.)  Wife: Pam Hinshaw  Children: Sydney, Hayley, Carley and Darin Jr.

 Education

Charlotte (Fla.) High School University of Central Florida 1993 Master’s, University of Central Florida 1996

 College Football

Quarterback, Central Florida, 1991-94

 Coaching Career

Central Florida 1999-2000 Middle Tennessee 2001-05 Georgia Southern 2006 Memphis 2007-09 Tennessee 2010-present.

 Bowl Game Coaching History

2007 New Orleans, 2008 St. Petersburg, 2010 Music City.

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Darin Hinshaw’s impact was immediate as Tennessee’s first-year quarterbacks coach. The former signalcaller helped two UT quarterbacks – both making their debuts in Knoxville – lead the Vols offense to a bowl game and a third-place finish in the SEC’s Eastern Division. Hinshaw’s quarterback duo of Matt Simms and Tyler Bray combined for 3,309 yards passing and 26 touchdowns in 2010. The true freshman Bray assumed the starter’s role in November and guided the team to a 4-0 finish to claim bowl eligibility. During those four starts, Bray threw for 1,234 yards and 12 TDs against just four interceptions, earning SEC Freshman of the Week three times. A Punta Gorda, Fla., native, Hinshaw was a recordsetting quarterback himself during his collegiate playing days and spent the last three seasons as wide receivers coach at Memphis on the staff of former Vol footballer Tommy West. Hinshaw, 38, joined the Memphis staff after serving one season as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Georgia Southern. In 2006, Georgia Southern ranked 27th nationally in total offense, averaging 359.9 yards per game. Prior to that, Hinshaw worked at Middle Tennessee for five seasons. He was the running backs coach his first two seasons before being elevated to co-offensive coordinator in February 2003. Under Hinshaw’s guidance, the MTSU offense consistently led the Sun Belt Conference and was among the nation’s statistical leaders. A highlight was in 2003, when the Blue Raiders offense was the highest scoring unit in the league at 27.7 points a contest. Hinshaw made his way to Middle Tennessee from Central Florida, his alma mater. Hinshaw spent 1999 as a graduate assistant before taking over the quarterback coaching duties in 2000. The Punta Gorda, Fla., native set numerous school records for the Knights, finishing as career leader in every major passing category, including yards (9,000) and TDs (82). During his time under center, UCF had a combined 28-16 record, including a 9-3 mark in 1993 that resulted in a berth in the Division I-AA playoffs. Hinshaw was named in 2004 to UCF’s 25th Anniversary Team. Following his playing days at UCF, Hinshaw began a career in pro football. After a brief stint with the Cleveland Browns, he spent two years with the Orlando Predators of the Arena Football League. A 1993 University of Central Florida graduate, Hinshaw earned his master’s in business administration from UCF in 1996. Hinshaw and his wife, Pam, have four children: daughters Sydney, Hayley and Carley; and son Darin Jr.

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 Darin Hinshaw is pictured above with his wife, Pam, and their children, Sydney, Hayley, Carley and Darin Jr. Prior to joining the Vols’ staff, Hinshaw spent three seasons coaching wide receivers across the state at Memphis.


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 Born: Nov. 20, 1973 (New Orleans)  Wife: Amanda Joseph  Children: Taylor and Lynleigh

 Education

HONORS & records VOLMANAC

Archbishop Shaw High School Northwestern State University 1996

 Terry Joseph is pictured on the left with his wife, Amanda, and their daughters, Taylor and Lynleigh. Joseph spent three seasons with Derek Dooley at Louisiana Tech before coming to Tennessee.

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Joseph also coordinated Tech’s recruiting, and the 2009 class ranked second in the league. Rivals.com tabbed Joseph as the No. 4 non-BCS recruiter. Joseph, 37, came to Tech after one graduate assistant season at LSU, where he worked under head coach Les Miles and defensive coordinator Bo Pelini. Before that, Joseph gathered knowledge of the Louisiana high school football circuit -- especially south Louisiana -- thanks to his three seasons each as an assistant coach at both Archbishop Shaw and Destrehan high schools in the New Orleans area. Joseph was at Archbishop Shaw from 1999 through 2002, and then at Destrehan through 2005. Joseph earned his bachelor’s degree from Northwestern State in 1996. He was the 1995 Southland Conference Baseball Player of the Year and went on to four minor league playing seasons in the Chicago Cubs and San Diego Padres systems. He is married to the former Amanda Gauthe of Destrehan, La., and they are the parents of daughters Taylor and Lynleigh.

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Defensive Backs/ Recruiting Coordinator

Terry Joseph’s defensive secondary unit helped the Vols finish among the nation’s top 20 with 18 interceptions in 2010. UT’s 18 picks also were fourth in the SEC while tying for 19th overall in major college football, and 10 of those 18 interceptions helped spark Tennessee’s 4-0 November run to a bowl game. Only safety Janzen Jackson started every game, while Joseph matched five other consistently improving defenders among the three remaining secondary positions. Prentiss Waggner joined Jackson to earn All-SEC second team honors, and Marsalis Teague, Eric Gordon and Brent Brewer were among the key figures in Tennessee’s defensive turnaround. Joseph’s mentorship also saw Waggner break the UT record for interceptions returned for touchdowns in a season with three in 2010. Joseph also serves as recruiting coordinator under Derek Dooley, and the New Orleans native held those same duties the previous three seasons on Dooley’s staff at Louisiana Tech. Joseph helped turn around a Bulldogs secondary unit that sliced its scoring defense average nearly in half by 2008. That’s the year Tech won its first bowl game in 30 years at the Independence Bowl. The Bulldogs finished second in the WAC and played in a bowl game for only the third time since 1989.

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Terry Joseph

 College Baseball

Outfielder, Northwestern State, 1993-95

 Coaching Career

Archbishop Shaw High School 1999-2002 Destrehan High School 2002-05 LSU 2006 Louisiana Tech 2007-09 Tennessee 2010-present

 Bowl Game Coaching History

2007 Sugar, 2008 Independence, 2010 Music City.

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STAFF Eric Russell

Special Teams Coordinator/ Tight Ends

2nd Season at Tennessee >> The Facts

 Born: Dec. 30, 1967 (Spokane, Wash.)  Wife: Shannon Russell  Children: Hayden and Hadleigh

 Education

St. Marie’s (Idaho) High School University of Idaho 1991

 College Football

Quarterback, Spokane Falls (Wash.) Community College, 1986-87

 Coaching Career

Idaho 1991 New Mexico 1993 North Texas 1994-2007 Louisiana Tech 2007-08 Texas Tech 2009 Tennessee 2010-present

Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley welcomed a familiar face when he named Eric Russell to his assistant coaching staff. Russell coached two seasons under Dooley at Louisiana Tech before moving to the Texas Tech staff. During his first season in Knoxville, Russell sparked improvement in UT’s special teams units. The combination of Daniel Lincoln and true freshman Michael Palardy made 15 of 18 field goals. Additionally, the kickoff return teams averaged 21.5 yards while allowing only 19.0 yards per return. The Vols also successfully pulled off two fake punts for first downs and a kickoff reverse that sent true freshman Da’Rick Rogers on a 78yard runback. In addition, his work with tight ends helped senior Luke Stocker finish third on UT with 39 catches. The 43-year-old Russell has a reputation as one of the top special teams coaches in the country and was special teams coordinator at Texas Tech in 2009. For his efforts, Russell was a nominee for the 2009 Frank Broyles Awards honoring the nation’s top assistant coaches. The Idaho native arrived in Lubbock after two highly successful seasons in the same position at Louisiana Tech under Dooley. In 2008, he helped make the Bulldogs the No. 1-ranked special teams unit in the entire nation in the accumulation of net punting, punt returns, kickoff return defense and kickoff returns. Tech scored five times on special teams in 2008, and during Russell’s two seasons the Bulldogs scored via the punt return, kickoff return, blocked field goal return and blocked punt return. Before that, Russell spent 13 seasons at North Texas, including five as the special teams coordinator. During his tenure at North Texas, Russell helped lead the program to four consecutive Sun Belt Conference titles and four consecutive appearances in the New Orleans Bowl from 2001-04. During his time as special teams coordinator, North

 Bowl Game Coaching History

2001 New Orleans, 2002 New Orleans, 2003 New Orleans, 2004 New Orleans, 2008 Independence, 2009 Alamo, 2010 Music City.

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Texas blocked 14 punts, including seven during the 2003 season. Prior to joining the North Texas staff in 1994, Russell served as a graduate assistant at New Mexico in 1993 and at Idaho in 1991. An all-state quarterback at St. Marie’s High School, Russell was named the Idaho Offensive Player of the Year as a senior before earning all-conference honors at Spokane (Wash.) Falls Community College in 1986-87. He earned his bachelor’s degree in public relations from Idaho in 1991. Russell is married to the former Shannon Cook of Tyler, Texas, and the couple has a son, Hayden, and a daughter, Hadleigh.

 Eric Russell is pictured above with his wife, Shannon, and their children, Hayden and Hadleigh. Russell was the special teams coach for Texas Tech in 2009.


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 Born: Feb. 18, 1977 (Wenatchee, Wash.)  Wife: Lindsay Sirmon  Children: Jackson, Presley, Savanna and Sadie

 College Football

Linebacker, Oregon, 1996-99 Central Washington 2008 Oregon 2009 Tennessee 2010-present

 Bowl Game Coaching History 2010 Rose, 2010 Music City.

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 Coaching Career

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Peter Sirmon became the newest member of the Tennessee staff when he was promoted during the winter to assistant coach in charge of linebackers. Sirmon, 34, spent last season at Tennessee as a graduate assistant coach for the defensive staff, spending most of his time with UT’s safeties. That proved to be an excellent match for the Vols, with Janzen Jackson earning a second-team All-SEC nod and Brent Brewer making great strides in his first season back from the professional baseball ranks. Sirmon says his recent playing experience definitely contributes to his coaching success. “I think anytime you have walked in the same shoes as the players, there’s a level of communication and understanding. You’re asking them to do things you know can be done and if things are difficult, you understand the problems they’re having. It’s easier to relate to them.” Sirmon brought a wealth of experience and knowledge to the Vols. The seven-year NFL veteran spent 2009 as a graduate assistant at Oregon, his alma mater. Oregon won the Pacific-10 Conference title that year and played in the Rose Bowl after compiling a 10-2 regular season mark. Sirmon’s coaching input helped the Ducks lead the Pacific-10 Conference in sacks that season with nearly three per game. Prior to a stint with the Ducks, Sirmon served as coach for the linebackers and kickoff coverage teams at Central Washington. It was his first coaching position since retiring from the NFL. The Wildcats compiled a 10-1 regular season record that year and advanced to the NCAA Division II football playoffs. Sirmon’s playing days saw the Wenatchee, Wash., native selected by the Tennessee Titans in the fourth round of the 2000 NFL Draft. He spent his entire seven-year career playing linebacker in Nashville. An All-Pac-10 performer, Sirmon was a four-year starter and letterwinner at Oregon from 1996-99. During his time in Eugene, Sirmon was a part of 30 Ducks wins. A teammate and roomate from his Oregon days was Justin Wilcox, Tennessee’s second-year defensive coordinator. “Justin and I have a really strong relationship,” Sirmon says. “I think we can both talk frankly with each other and understand that it’s work.” Sirmon and his wife, Lindsay, have four children: Jackson, 11; Presley, 9; Savanna, 8; and Sadie, 5.

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Peter Sirmon

 Peter Sirmon is pictured above with his wife, Lindsay, and their children, (L-R) Jackson, Savannah, Sienna and Austyn. Sirmon will coach linebackers after serving as a graduate assistant for the defensive staff last season.

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STAFF Lance Thompson

Defensive Line

3Rd Season at Tennessee >> The Facts

 Born: June 4, 1964 (Atlanta)  Children: Allie, Christina and Lane

 Education

Riverdale (Ga.) High School The Citadel 1987

 College Football

Defensive End, The Citadel, 1984-87

 Coaching Career

Georgia Tech 1988-89, 1990-91 (graduate asst.) Georgia Tech 1995-98 Alabama 1999-2000 Georgia Tech 2001 LSU 2002-03 Central Florida 2004-06 Alabama 2007-08 Tennessee 2009-present.

Lance Thompson arrived in Knoxville three years ago the owner of a championship pedigree. That mentality is building a foundation in the Tennessee defense and already paying dividends. Thompson coached the UT linebackers during his first two seasons in Knoxville, guiding Nick Reveiz to a team-high 108 tackles last year. Reveiz also was a finalist for the Burlsworth Trophy, presented to a former walkon having the biggest impact on his team. But now Thompson is returning to the defensive line, one of the many positions he had handled throughout his successful coaching tenure. Thompson, a Riverdale, Ga., native, helped mold national title-winners at Georgia Tech and LSU, and spent his two seasons before UT rejuvenating Alabama’s fortunes toward the SEC elite as outside linebackers coach and recruiting specialist. All told, Thompson has been a member of two SEC championship coaching staffs, two ACC championship staffs and one Conference USA divisional winner. Thompson, 47, owns two separate coaching stints alongside Nick Saban, having originally worked for Saban and alongside Derek Dooley at LSU for the 200203 seasons before rejoining Saban at Alabama in 2007. Thompson served LSU as the assistant head coach in charge of recruiting and tight ends during their national championship season in 2003. After his LSU tenure, Thompson spent three years as defensive coordinator at Central Florida. He previously served as Alabama’s defensive line coach in 19992000. Prior to his first two-year stint at Alabama, Thompson was a part of the Georgia Tech staff for 11 years. During his stay with the Yellow Jackets, Thompson was defensive line coach in 1998; defensive ends coach in 1996 and 1997 and tight ends coach in 1995. Thompson served as Georgia Tech’s recruiting coordinator from 1995-98 and then again in 2001. Prior to serving as an on-field coach for the Yellow Jackets, Thompson held the position of Director of Football Operations at

 Bowl Game Coaching History

1991 Florida Citrus, 1991 Aloha, 1997 Carquest, 2000 Orange, 2001 Seattle, 2003 Cotton, 2004 Sugar, 2005 Hawaii, 2007 Independence, 2009 Sugar, 2009 Chick-fil-A, 2010 Music City.

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Georgia Tech from 1992-94. Thompson got his start in coaching in 1988, serving as a graduate assistant for two years at Georgia Tech, followed by two more years as a volunteer assistant in 1990 and 1991. Thompson was a four-year letterman at The Citadel, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in education and mathematics in 1987. He is the father of three daughters: Allie, Christina and Lane.

 Lance Thompson is pictured with his daughters, Allie, Christina and Lane. Thompson will switch his responsibilities from linebackers to the defensive line in his third season at UT.


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 Born: July 20, 1976 (Upper Darby, Pa.)  Wife: Angela McKeefery  Children: James, Tyler, Ava and Maya

 Education

 College Football

Defensive back, Ottawa, 1994-97

 Coaching Career

Ottawa 1998 Kansas City Royals 1998 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1999 Berlin Thunder 2000 South Florida 2000-10 Tennessee 2011-present.

 Bowl Game History

2005 Meineke Car Care, 2006 PapaJohns.com, 2007 Sun, 2008 St. Petersburg, 2010 International, 2010 Meineke Car Care.

Graduate Assistant: Offense Chino Fontenette enters his second season with the UT coaching staff as offensive graduate assistant after two years as running backs coach at Louisiana Tech. Fontenette helped mold the 2008 Bulldogs ground game into the second-best unit in the WAC en route to the program’s signature win at the Independence Bowl. And Tech tailback Daniel Porter finished his Bulldogs career with a school-record 3,352 yards. Fontenette earned a double major from Tulane University in media arts and marketing in 2003 and was named to the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll. As a player, from 1999-2003, Fontenette saw action at running back, wide receiver and quarterback for an 8-5 squad that won the Hawaii Bowl in 2002. He also spent 2004-05 working as an ESPN production assistant, including assignments on the NFL Draft, Sunday Night Football, the Pro Bowl and the NBA Draft. He returned to coaching as a graduate assistant for Tulane under head coach Chris Scelfo in 2005.

Schirra Fields takes over this year as Tennessee’s defensive graduate assistant after spending two seasons at Louisiana Tech. Fields was a graduate assistant in 2010 and served as an intern for the Bulldogs strength and conditioning program the year before. Fields joined the Tech family after working at Tyler Junior College, coaching defensive backs. The Haynesville, La. native was a walk-on wide receiver at LSU from 2002-05, during which time the Tigers won the 2003 national championship. Derek Dooley was a member of that coaching staff. During his prep career, Fields played wide receiver and defensive back at Haynesville High School, helping the Tornados to the 2000 Class A title. He was named Louisiana’s Class A State Defensive Player of the Year by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association. He earned his bachelor’s in kinesiology from LSU in 2006, and is pursuing a master’s in sports psychology.

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North Kansas City High School Ottawa University 1997 Masters, University of South Florida, 2004

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Strength and Conditioning

Ron McKeefery joined Tennessee in January as football head strength and conditioning coach. The 2008 Under Armour Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year, McKeefery recently spent 11 seasons at South Florida, where he served as assistant athletics director for strength and conditioning and head strength and conditioning coach. McKeefery’s most recent role was as human performance coordinator for the U.S. Army Special Forces, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, in Fort Campbell, Ky. A key member of the South Florida coaching staff, McKeefery’s tenure with the Bulls coincided with that program’s rise from Div. I-AA to perennial Big East Conference contender. In addition to six consecutive bowl games and 19 NFL draft picks, the success of his strength and conditioning program is best exemplified by the fact that South Florida was 10-0 in overtime during his 11 seasons with the school. After spending one season as a coach at Ottawa (Kan.) University, his alma mater, McKeefery worked as an intern with the Kansas City Royals. In the two years before going to South Florida, he worked with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the 1999 season, a year in which the Bucs played in the NFC Championship Game. McKeefery then spent the 2000 season as the head strength and conditioning coach with the Berlin Thunder of NFL Europe. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with Distinction and Coach Practitioner under the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as well as a Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified under the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCA). He also served as the state NSCA Director for Florida (North) and is certified by both the NSCA and the CSCCA. The Missouri native owns a bachelor of arts in biology from Ottawa and a master of arts in adult education from South Florida. McKeefery earned all-conference honors in both football and track at Ottawa and was also a two-time Academic All-America. Ron is married to the former Angela Hamilton. They are the parents of four children: James, Tyler, Ava and Maya.

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STAFF David Blackburn

Senior Associate AD Administration >> The Facts

 Born: Sept. 19, 1965 (Loudon)  Wife: Andrea Blackburn  Children: Emma and Charlee

 Education

Loudon High School University of Tennessee 1989

Brad Pendergrass

Director of Football Operations >> The Facts

 Born: June 25, 1976 (Oak Ridge)

 Education

Huntingdon High School University of Tennessee 1998 Master’s, University of Tennessee 2001

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David Blackburn continues to display his value and versatility to the University of Tennessee and currently serves as Senior Associate Athletics Director for Administration. Blackburn is involved in other administrative duties as assigned by the athletic director. Blackburn, a 20-year veteran within the athletics department, has served in many capacities during his tenure, including assistant recruiting coordinator, director of recruiting compliance for all men’s teams, director of football operations, assistant athletic director for development and associate athletic director for football. Blackburn has direct oversight of the football department, serving as the football sport administrator. In addition, he has also served as the sport administrator for both track and field and swimming and diving. Blackburn’s duties call for working closely with director of football operations Brad Pendergrass in the oversight of all football-related operations. He has personnel oversight as well as responsibility for the coordination of preseason camp, in-season practice sessions, travel, bowl arrangements and the football budget. A Loudon native, Blackburn graduated from UT after serving two years as head football student manager and student assistant under head coach Johnny Majors. He joined UT Athletics in a full-time capacity in 1992 and has served in a number of roles, including

five years as an assistant athletics director for football administration under head coach Philip Fulmer. Blackburn is currently pursuing a master’s degree in sport management. Blackburn lives in Maryville with his wife, the former Andrea Radel of Albion, Mich, and their two daughters, Emma and Charlee.

Brad Pendergrass returned to Knoxville in 2010 as UT’s director of football operations on head coach Derek Dooley’s staff. Pendergrass’ primary role at Tennessee is to oversee the day-to-day administrative operation of the football program in the areas of budgetary management, team travel, pre-season training camp and bowl planning, as well as serving as head coach Derek Dooley’s liaison to all athletics department support units that assist the football team. Prior to his return to Rocky Top, Pendergrass held the same position for one season at Wisconsin after a five-year stint at Mississippi State. His first full-time position, however, was at Tennessee with his alma mater in football recruiting. Pendergrass, 35, made the move to Wisconsin in 2009 as the Badgers’ director of football operations and handled the team’s administrative operations, budget, team travel, and nonconference scheduling as well as other administrative duties under head coach Bret Bielema. At Mississippi State, he spent his first three years as assistant to the head coach for Sylvester Croom. Pendergrass was named coordinator of football operations in 2007, and then was promoted prior to the 2008

season to assistant AD for football operations. In that role, Pendergrass was part of athletics director Greg Byrne’s senior staff, while maintaining his responsibilities with the football program. Pendergrass spent 10 seasons with the Vols under former head coach Phillip Fulmer -- rising from student manager, to graduate assistant for the coaching staff, to graduate assistant in football operations and later to full-time recruiting assistant. During that 10-year period, the Vols enjoyed 10 consecutive bowl game appearances, highlighted by winning the 1998 national championship and back to back SEC championships in 1997 and 1998. A native of Huntingdon, Pendergrass received his bachelor’s degree in business/marketing from UT in 1998. He earned a master’s in human performance and sports studies in 2001.

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 Education

Sweetwater High School Troy University 1999 Master’s, Troy University 2001

Assistant AD Player Relations >> The Facts

 Born: Jan. 25, 1954 (Huntsville, Ala.)  Wife: Courtney Holloway  Children: Jasmine and Condredge III  Education Lee High School University of Tennessee 1991  College Football Quarterback, Tennessee, 1971-74

Condredge Holloway is approaching his 14th year on the Tennessee staff and continues to serve as a vital link between the current Vols football staff and its storied history. UT’s Assistant Athletics Director for Student-Athlete Relations and Letterman also is one of the most celebrated players in school history. Recently, Holloway’s amazing career was the subject of an ESPN documentary, “The Color Orange: The Condredge Holloway Story,” produced by Kenny Chesney. It recounted the life and playing days of the SEC’s first African-American starting quarterback. Holloway, 57, primarily serves as the department’s liaison with the Lettermen’s Club, assisting with reunions and other projects. Holloway also is the point person for numerous issues surrounding the conduct of a major college football program. Holloway has taken great pride in helping former Vols find their niche in the business world by assisting them with contacts and employment opportunities following graduation. Holloway remains associated in the minds of Tennessee fans with the razzle-dazzle offense he quarterbacked during his undergraduate days of the 1970s. Nicknamed “The Artful Dodger,” Holloway packed excitement into every play, whether it developed into a pass or a scramble. In his three seasons (1972-74) as a starter, Holloway directed the Vols to the 1972 Astro-Bluebonnet, 1973 Gator and 1974 Liberty bowls and an overall record of

25-9-2. He ended his career with the best interceptionto-attempt ratio in Tennessee history, throwing just 12 interceptions in 407 collegiate attempts. In addition to being the first black quarterback at Tennessee and in the Southeastern Conference, Holloway also was the first black baseball player in UT history. The outstanding prospect had been selected out of high school by the Montreal Expos with their first overall pick. Holloway opted instead for a two-sport collegiate career and went on to excel on the diamond. He garnered AllSEC and All-America honors as a shortstop in 1975 and finished with a .353 career average. Two years ago, Holloway -- still the owner of UT’s longest hitting streak at 27 games -- was selected to Tennessee’s All-Century Baseball Team, making him the only UT student-athlete named to all-century squads in both baseball and football. Holloway left Knoxville and played 13 seasons in the Canadian Football League, compiling impressive numbers for the Ottawa Rough Riders (1975-80), Toronto Argonauts (1981-86) and British Columbia Lions (1987). He threw for more than 25,000 yards and rushed for another 3,167 while scoring 155 touchdowns. He was league MVP in 1982. After his professional playing days ended, Holloway returned to UT and earned his degree. In addition to his recent induction in Alabama, Holloway is a member of the Canadian Football Hall

of those. She also lettered in basketball and softball. Ervin and her husband, Harry, who also hails from Sweetwater, reside in Maryville with their daughters Jasmine, 9 and Jada, 5 and nephew Jordan, 13.

of Fame, Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame and the UT Baseball Hall of Fame, among others. Holloway is married to the former Courtney Haralson of Meigs County and is the father of Jasmine and Condredge III.

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the Tigers to a combined 57-10 record and two trips to the NJCAA national tournament. During her days at Sweetwater High School, Ervin set 12 track and field school records and still owns nine

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 Husband: Harry Ervin  Children: Jasmine, Jada and Jordan

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STAFF

Assistant Director of Football Operations

Heather Ervin is approaching her tenth year overall on the University of Tennessee’s football staff and third as the only female in the Southeastern Conference to hold the title of Assistant Director for Football Operations. Aside from having the primary responsibility of managing the head football coach’s daily schedule, Ervin’s duties include assisting with all non-coaching aspects associated with football operations. This includes arranging summer employment opportunities for student-athletes and working closely with the Thornton Center in monitoring student-athletes’ class attendance. In addition, Ervin serves as chief liaison for all player family event functions, as well as managing the recently created website, www.volparents.com, exclusively for player’s families. Ervin is also substantially involved with official and unofficial on campus recruiting visits. On gamedays, Ervin can be found overseeing the Wolf-Kaplan Room pre-game. Post-game, Ervin is stationed at the Lauricella Center Lettermen’s Room for post-game functions. The Sweetwater native holds both a bachelor’s degree in health and human services and a master’s degree in sports and fitness management from Troy University, where she played basketball and later served as a graduate assistant basketball coach for two years. She earlier played two seasons at Hiwassee College in nearby Madisonville, Tennessee. While at Hiwassee, Ervin helped

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STAFF Kris Ann Hawkins

Director of On Campus Recruiting >> The Facts

 Children: Reagan and Haynes

Kris Ann Hawkins begins her second season on head coach Derek Dooley’s football staff as Director of On Campus Recruiting. The Morristown native initiates the plans for all oncampus activities for both official and unofficial visits, and oversees the daily operations of the recruiting office. After graduating with an English degree from UT in 2001, Hawkins began her career for her alma mater as a teacher and recruiter in the university’s Upward Bound programs. In 2003, she accepted the position of Assistant Director of Admissions at Middle Tennessee State University, coordinating the tour program, planning major campus recruiting events, serving as the liaison for the online degree program and recruiting for all of East Tennessee. In 2005 Hawkins had the opportunity to join UT’s Admissions office and continue her work with campus tours, event planning, and student recruiting. Kris Ann has a daughter, Reagan and a son, Haynes.

 Education

Morristown West High School University of Tennessee 2001

Andre Lott

Vol for Life Coordinator >> The Facts

 Born: May 31, 1979 (Memphis)  Wife: Jackie Lott  Children: Ella Grace, Ana Lou and Stephen Jace

 Education

Melrose High School University of Tennessee 2000 Master’s, Trevecca Nazarene University 2010

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Defensive Back, Tennessee, 1998-2001

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Head coach Derek Dooley took a giant step toward his reorganization of the Tennessee brand when he named former Vols defensive back Andre Lott to the position of Vol for Life (VFL) Coordinator in June 2010. The newly-created VFL is a comprehensive program for UT’s football student-athletes that centers on four areas of personal growth: character education, life skills, career development and spiritual growth. A former captain and four-year letterman from 1997-2001, Lott returned to Knoxville from West Tennessee where he was an assistant football coach, head track and field coach and Success Coordinator in the Hardin County school system. As Success Coordinator, Lott taught kids of all age groups real life skills, dealing in the Savannah community with such issues as broken families, drug use, bullying and teen pregnancy. Lott was team captain in 2001 and served as a twoyear member of the squad’s Unity Council -- a liaison group between the football team and coaching staff under Lott’s head coach, Phillip Fulmer. The All-SEC defensive back was drafted in the fifth round by the Washington Redskins and played five seasons in the NFL. Lott, 32, hails from Memphis and is married to a Savannah native, the former Jackie Givens, who will be working in Knoxville as a nurse practitioner at East Tennessee Children’s Hospital. The couple has three children, Ella Grace , Ana Lou and Stephen Jace.

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FOOTBALL OPERATIONS Adam Dicus

Steven Rubio

RoGER woods

OUTLOOK

Scott Altizer

STAFF

Team Chaplain

Scott Altizer returned to football last fall after two years with UT’s event management staff. He previously spent 16 seasons as Tennessee’s coordinator of football operations. Altizer serves as liaison to the univesity’s admissions and Thornton Center offices. He oversees the walk-on program and organizes and directs special events like the coaching clinic and summer camps. The Morristown native graduated from Furman University in 1993, where he played baseball and had a brief professional career. He his wife, the former Sandy Apple of Nashville, are the parents of daughters Samantha and Sarah.

Adam Dicus arrived in Knoxville after serving as assistant to Derek Dooley during his time as athletics director and head coach at Louisiana Tech. Dicus’ duties at UT include research, special projects and consultation to the head coach on external relations and communication strategies. He also works with NFL scouts during their visits to Knoxville. He got his start as an assistant to the director of football operations at SMU under head coach Phil Bennett. After majoring in economics at SMU, Dicus spent four years working in Dallas for a hedge fund before returning to the business of football administration.

Steven Rubio is UT’s Director of Player Personnel. Rubio, 26, came to the Vols just before the 2009 season as a recruiting intern. Since his promotion, he now oversees all recruiting board material. Rubio handles the initial evaluation of high school and junior college prospects. The Fort Lauderdale, Fla., native came to UT from his alma mater, the University of Central Florida, where he graduated with a sports administration degree in 2007. Rubio worked in various roles on the Knights football staff for six years, spending the last 12 months as UCF’s director of player personnel. Before that, he spent five months as the team’s defensive graduate assistant. After graduating with a sports administration degree in 2007, Rubio was named the recruiting and operations graduate assistant. Other assignments during his undergraduate days included three years as student manager and one as student intern under the offensive coordinator. Rubio’s initial taste of the coaching world came as a volunteer assistant at his high school, St. Thomas Aquinas, from the summer of 2002 to the summer of 2003.

Chaplain Roger C. Woods III, a native of Lithonia, Ga., utilizes his visionary leadership and excellent administrative ability to Encourage, Enrich, and Empower youth and young adults. Chaplain Woods brings with him twenty plus years of experience working with youth ministries and programs. He is presently the Chaplain at the University of Tennessee with The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA). In addition, Chaplain Woods has also participated in several community initiatives including: Co-Chairman of the Pillar of the Community Awards Committee, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., Board of Directors for the Intercollegiate Fine Arts Society, Inc., and Juvenile Advocate for Dekalb County for the Winning Circle Inc. His leadership brings to the kingdom, a wealth of competence and exemplary service. Chaplain Woods has also served and ministered with the following ministers and/or artists: Israel Houghton, Charles and Taylor, B.B. and C.C. Winans, Tyler Perry in his first stage play; “I Know I’ve Been Changed”, Shun Pace Rhodes, Ann Nesby, Byron Cage; Donnie McClurkin, and Danny Buggs, former All-Pro NFL Receiver. Chaplain Woods is happily married to Tia M. Woods and they have three children, Derrick Ezekiel (not pictured), Faith Alexandria and Christian Alexander.

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STAFF Roger Frazier

Max parrott

allen sitzler

Joe Harrington

Equipment Manager

Assistant Equipment Manager

Assistant Equipment Manager

Sports Technology Coordinator

Equipment Manager Roger Frazier is responsible for all football equipment issue and maintenance, in addition to handling the purchasing and inventory control of all football game and practice gear. He also serves as president of the SEC Equipment Managers Association and assists in new product development with adidas. Currently in his 29th year as a full-time staffer with the Volunteers football program, the UT graduate began his career in 1978 as student manager before being named equipment manager in spring 1983. The equipment room was renamed the Roger Frazier and Max Parrott Football Equipment Room, given in their honor by Gordon, Melissa and Hannah Summerfield, in January 2003. Frazier graduated from Bradley Central High School in Cleveland and played football. He and his wife, Donna, have two children, Brandon and Barrett.

Max Parrott marks his 26th season this year as assistant equipment manager under the direction of Roger Frazier. Parrott began his association with the Volunteers football program as a student assistant in 1980 before coming back in 1985 to take on the equipment room duty on a full-time basis. He was promoted to his current position in 1987. The equipment room was renamed the Roger Frazier and Max Parrott Football Equipment Room, given in their honor by Gordon, Melissa and Hannah Summerfield, in January 2003. Parrott graduated from Soddy-Daisy High School and received his UT bachelor’s degree in Arts and Sciences in 1984. He is married to the former Paige Davis of Lenoir City, and they enjoy boating on Norris Lake along with camping and snow skiing.

Allen Sitzler joined Roger Frazier’s staff as full-time assistant equipment manager in September 2007. The Cleveland native’s responsibility includes managing the daily operation of the equipment room, from practice to scheduling, supervision of the student managers as well as ordering and maintaining the team’s Adidas gear and football equipment. Sitzler, 35, graduated from Cleveland High School and then Cleveland State Community College, playing baseball and basketball at both stops, before arriving at UT. He earned his undergraduate degree in communications, with a minor in sport management, and then completed his master’s in sport administration. During those years, Sitzler served as a student manager from 1996-2000, including the last two years as head student manager, before climbing aboard Frazier’s staff in a part-time role.

Joe Harrington enters his 21st season at Tennessee as the Vols’ sports technology coordinator. Although his emphasis is on football, Harrington trains the staff working with all UT men’s and women’s sports teams. His primary responsibilities include compiling and editing game and practice tapes for coaching analysis, cataloging game tapes and producing “cut-ups.” He also manages all equipment and design of the Vols’ video department, including the team’s state-of-the-art XOS Technologies editing system. A Camillus, N.Y., native, Harrington graduated from UT in 1990 with a communications degree. The College Sports Video Association has named him SEC Video Coordinator of the Year three times (1997, 1998 and 2003). Harrington and his wife, the former Tammy Mulling, have three children: Connor, Abigail and Hayden Jane. Tammy recently was appointed Blount County Circuit Court Judge by Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, becoming the first woman to serve as a judge in the Blount County judicial system.

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Nutritionist

Kim Milligan Administrative Assistant

Angela Schwinge

Recruiting Administrative Assistant

Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach

Tommy Barnes joined Ron McKeefery’s strength and conditioning staff in April 2011. The 30-year-old brings with him a wealth of experience. Before arriving on The Hill, Barnes was the head strength and conditioning coach at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Fla. Previously, Barnes spent three seasons as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at UAB. A walk-on turned scholarship player, Barnes played college football at Jacksonville State. As a U.S. Army reservist, Barnes’ college football career was cut short following the events of Sept. 11, 2001, when he was called into active duty. He spent seven years serving stateside and also in Afghanistan and Iraq. Following his service, he returned to Jacksonville State to complete his degree. In 2007, he began working in Jacksonville State’s strength and conditioning program. At JSU, he completed work on his master’s degree via distance program from California University of Pennsylvania. Barnes has received certification as a strength and conditioning coach from multiple national accreditation programs. He is also certified with USA Weightlifting as a competitive Olympic weightlifter and is also certified with USA Track and Field. Barnes is married to the former Love Henderson. The couple has two children, Jaiden and Joseph.

Ben Larson joined Tennessee’s full-time strength and conditioning staff in 2011, after serving the previous year as the strength and conditioning intern. Larson has been on Derek Dooley’s staff since arriving at Louisiana Tech in 2007 as a graduate assistant. Before joining up with Dooley, Larson was the assistant director of sports performance at Northwestern State in Natchitoches, La. He also worked for new Tennessee strength and conditioning coach Ron McKeefery as an intern at South Florida. Before his stint with McKeefery, Larson was coaching high school football at Langley (Va.) High School. The Mercersberg, Pa., native played college football at Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pa. Larson played linebacker for the Crusaders, earning his bachelor’s degree in 2005.

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Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach

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tommy barnes

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Allison Maurer is one of only 21 fulltime sports nutritionists at the NCAA Division I level. She is responsible for all nutrition education with the Vols and Lady Vols athletes. and conducts grocer y-shopping tours for studentathletes, weight-gain and weight-loss programs and performance nutrition. She handles meal planning for football and assists with meal planning for baseball, women’s basketball, women’s swimming and rowing. Allison works closely with Team ENHANCE and Team EXCEL on any nutritional/substance control issues. She conducts body composition testing for UT teams and educates athletes on improvingbody composition. Maurer also teaches an undergraduate nutrition class, “Sports Nutrition for Athletes,” while handling the budgeting, ordering and distribution of NCAAcompliant nutritional supplements for all UT sports. The Holland, Mich., native began her work with the Vols and Lady Vols in October 2007 after three years at Colorado. Her responsibilities there were as sports

nutritionist for all programs and assistant strength and conditioning coach for football, tennis, golf and cheerleading. Maurer earned her undergraduate degree in nutrition and dietetics from Olivet Nazarene University in 2002. She completed her master’s in nutrition and her dietetic internship from Georgia State University in 2003. She and her husband, Dan, of Addison, Ill., are the parents of Manny and Emilio.

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allison maurer


STAFF Jason McVeigh

Associate Athletics Director/ Director of Sports Medicine Jason McVeigh enters his sixth season as Director of Sports Medicine at Tennessee, and his 13th overall with the UT athletics department. McVeigh has been a member of the UT Sports Medicine staff since 1999, when he joined the Vols as the Director of Rehabilitation. He gained his Athletic Trainer Certification in 2000, and was named Head Athletic Trainer in 2006. Under McVeigh’s supervision, the UT Sports Medicine department has added several key features to assist in the care of UT student-athletes. These include addition of a Team Physician’s Clinic, an on-site X-ray unit, baseline echocardiograms and concussion testing for all student-athletes, a revised substance abuse testing policy, an expanded state-of-the-art physical therapy clinic,

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as well as development of Team EXCEL, a multi-disciplined program aimed at addressing the complex behavioral health needs of the UT student-athlete. McVeigh graduated Summa Cum Laude from UT in 1996 with a B.S. degree in Biology and a minor in Biochemistry. He then went on to receive his Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Duke University in 1999. He is a member of both the American Physical Therapy Association and the National Athletic Trainers Association. He currently serves as the chair of the Editorial Review Group in Athletic Training for Doody Enterprises Inc., as well as being a member of the Client Advisory Board for Aegis Sciences Corp. He became board certified as a Sports Certified Specialist in physical therapy in 2011. McVeigh has spoken at several local and national sports medicine conferences on topics related to both physical therapy and athletic training. A native of Buffalo, N.Y., McVeigh graduated from Jonesborough’s David Crockett High in 1992. He is married to the former Jennifer Bruorton of Marietta, Ga., and they are the parents of twins, Caitlin and Carson, 4; and Kennedy, 1.

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logan merritt

Associate Athletic Trainer, Football

Associate Athletic Trainer, Football

Robb Duncanson is entering his sixth season as UT’s Associate Athletic Trainer for football. Duncanson works closely with Jason McVeigh to coordinate dayto-day medical care and medical operations. Duncanson also oversees the graduate assistant athletic trainers for football and tennis. In addition to being a Certified Athletic Trainer, he is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. The 33-year-old is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association College/University Committee, the Chair of the Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association College/University Committee, and the East Regional Representative to the Executive Board of the Tennessee Athletic Trainers’ Association. Duncanson came to the Vols in 2006 after four years in the same position at the University of South Florida. Prior to his tenure at USF, Duncanson served as co-head athletic trainer with the Louisville Fire of the Arena2 Football League, was a seasonal assistant athletic trainer for the New York Jets in 2001 and a summer intern for the New York Giants in 1997. A 1999 sports science graduate of Elmira College, Duncanson earned his master’s degree in sports administration at the University of Louisville in 2001. He was named “2005 Athletic Trainer of the Year” and received the “2004 President’s Backbone Award” by the Athletic Trainers’ Association of Florida. A Middletown, N.Y., native, Duncanson is married to the former Carrie Clark, an Athletic Trainer with the Lady Vols and UT letterwinner. The Duncansons have a daughter, Avery, and a son, Cade.

Logan Merritt returned to Knoxville in the spring of 2011 to join the Vols as an associate athletic trainer for football with the men’s sports medicine department at Tennessee, marking his fourth season overall working with UT athletics. In addition to his role with the football team, Merritt also oversees the graduate assistants for men’s track and field and football, while coordinating the volunteer student athletic training program. In between his UT stops, Merritt served as an assistant athletic trainer for both the University of Louisville (2009-10) and University of Miami (2007-08) football programs. He previously worked for the UT Sports Medicine staff as an intern and graduate assistant athletic trainer for the football program from 2005-07. Merritt also previously worked as a season-long intern athletic trainer with the NFL’s Houston Texans in 200405. A native of Elkins, W.Va., Merritt graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in athletic training from West Virginia University in May 2004. Merritt went on to graduate from the University of Tennessee with a Master’s of Science in sport studies with a concentration in sport management in May 2007. Merritt is currently a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), the Southeastern Athletic Trainers Association (SEATA) and the Tennessee Athletic Trainers Society (TATS). Logan resides in Knoxville, with his wife, the former Catherine Scholfield, and their dog, Oskie.


SPORTS MEDICINE Dr. Chris Klenck

Tennessee Physicians and Additional Staff

OUTLOOK

john dean

STAFF

Jeff Wood

Dr. Greg Mathien

Associate. Athletic Trainer, Baseball

Senior Orthopedic Surgeon

Dr. Russell Betcher

Dr. Matt Rappe

Dr. Michael Petty

Senior Assoc. Athletic Trainer, Basketball

Orthopedic Surgeon

Orthopedic Surgeon

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Dr. Chris Klenck enters his sixth season as the head team physician on the UT Sports Medicine staff. Klenck, 40, came to Knoxville in November 2006 following a primary care sports medicine fellowship at Indiana University Medical Center. He had served the Indianapolis hospital since June 2001 in the positions of Internal Medicine/Pediatrics intern, resident and chief resident. During fellowship training, Klenck was an assistant team physician for the Indianapolis Colts preseason training camps and assisted at Purdue University, his alma mater. He worked the NFL Scouting Combines in Indianapolis, has NCAA championships experience and served as a team physician in the Indiana high school ranks. Additionally, he has earned board certifications in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics and Primary Care Sports Medicine. An Evansville, Ind., native, Klenck earned his doctor of pharmacy degree from Purdue before completing his doctor of medicine degree at Indiana University School of Medicine. He is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics, American College of Physicians, American Medical Society for Sports Medicine and American College of Sports Medicine. Klenck is married to the former Laura Botto of Dayton, Ohio. They are the parents of three children: Jacob, Ben and Ella.

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John Dean, MPT, SCS, ATC, is beginning his sixth year as the Director of Rehabilitation with the UT Sports Medicine staff. Dean is a board-certified clinical specialist in sports physical therapy and provides rehabilitation services for UT student athletes. Prior to coming to Tennessee, he worked for the Athletic Association at the University of Florida where he was responsible for treating injuries to the football team. He was also an instructor in the Applied Physiology and Kinesiology Department, teaching a course in rehabilitation. He previously was an athletic trainer at Southern California, working with the football and baseball programs, including the Trojans’ 2003 national champion football team. A native of American Fork, Utah, Dean graduated Magna Cum Laude from San Diego State University in 2000 with a degree in kinesiology. He completed his Master’s degree in physical therapy at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Dean is an experienced clinician and educator who is active in the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and the American Physical Therapy Association and has been an invited speaker at numerous regional and national conferences. He and his wife, Kris, live in Knoxville with their daughters, Addison and Tyler.

Head Team Physician

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OUTLOOK STAFF THE VOLS

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Zack Allen

Junior (RS) | Sq. Defensive Back 5-9 | 195 | Knoxville | Exercise Science CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Squad member. HIGH SCHOOL • Farragut Started three years at wide receiver and safety... Earned All-State, All-Region and All-KIL honors as a senior...Set school record with eight interceptions during senior season...Helped team to 30-9 record as a starter...Also played baseball and helped team to state championships in 2006 and 2008...Coach at Farragut: Eddie Courtney.

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les...Returned first career INT 17 yards while matching a career high with five tackles and recording a pass breakup vs. Mississippi…Originally made career-high five tackles against UAB in week four… First PBU of the season came at Memphis to force a Tigers punt…Also contributed three tackles… Notched four tackles in season opener versus UT Martin…Registered three tackles in Music City Bowl vs. North Carolina...Handled punt return duties vs. Vanderbilt and returned two for one yard. 2009 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 12/1 Saw action in all but the Auburn game, earning first career starting spot at cornerback against Vanderbilt...Finished season with nine tackles, including four against Memphis...Also forced one fumble versus Tigers. 2008 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 2/0 Made appearances against UAB and Mississippi State...Also started at defensive back in junior varsity win over Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy, contributing one tackle. 2007 – Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL • Austin-East PrepStar All-Southeast Region...Nominated for Wendy’s Heisman Award...Knoxville News Sentinel All-PrepXtra as wide receiver and defensive back...48 catches as senior for 1,010 yards and 14 touchdowns...On defense, recorded 67 tackles, two fumble recoveries and six interceptions...Threeyear offensive and defensive starter...Freshman and sophomore teams both finished 13-1 and advanced to third playoff round...Point guard in basketball... Coach at Austin-East: Kwayu Graham.

CAREER HIGHS Tackles Passes Defended

5 (2x, last vs. Mississippi, 11/13/10) 2 (2x, last vs. Mississippi, 11/13/10)

Game-by-Game Statistics

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS 2009 Western Ky. 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 UCLA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Florida 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ohio 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Georgia at Alabama 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 South Carolina 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Memphis 4 0 4 0 0 1 0 2 0 at Mississippi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Vanderbilt 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 at Kentucky 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Va. Tech (bowl) 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2009 Totals 7 2 9 0 0 1 0 3 0 SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2010 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS UT Martin 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oregon 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Florida 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 UAB at LSU 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Georgia 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Alabama 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 at South Carolina 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Memphis 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 Mississippi 4 1 5 0 0 0 0 2 1/17 at Vanderbilt 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kentucky 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2010 Totals 17 9 26 0 0 0 0 3 1/17

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that helped prevent any sacks against UT Martin and Memphis…Also played in all four quarters against Oregon, Florida and in the fourth quarter against Mississippi. 2009 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 2/0 Saw action on offensive line against Western Kentucky and Memphis. 2008 – Redshirted. SUPERLATIVES •2008 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll HIGH SCHOOL • Florence Honored as 6A All-State first-team by Alabama Sports Writers Association...PrepStar All-Region... Earned starting role on offensive line for AlabamaMississippi All-Star Classic...All-Area and All-Region first team as senior...Named All-Area and All-Region as junior in 2006...Earned North Alabama Elite 11 honors heading into senior season...Three-year starter...Averaged better than 90 percent grade over senior season...Coach at Florence: Joe Hollis. SCHOLARSHIP: William & Lynn Weigel Endowment

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Carson Anderson

Scholarship: Bob & Holly McManus Athletic Scholarship

Sophomore (RS) | 1L defensive lineman

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SENior (RS) | 2L Defensive Back 5-11 | 185 | Knoxville | Africana Studies CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 27/1 2010 • Junior • Games/Starts: 13/0 Played in 13 games…Saw action in all but one quarter…Led team with 13 special teams tackles… Ranked 13th on the Vols with a career-high 26 tack84

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2008 2 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 -2009 12 7 2 9 0/0 0/0 1 0 3 0 4-Mem 2010 13 17 9 26 0/0 0/0 0 0 3 1/17 5-2x Totals 27 24 11 35 0/0 0/0 1 0 6 1/17 5-2x

 Punt Returns YEAR 2010

NET AVG AVG HIGH G RET YDS RET GM TD LONG YDS 13 3 12 4.0 0.9 0 11-UNC 11-UNC

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6-3 | 280 | Knoxville | Finance

Junior (RS) | Sq. OFFENSIVE lineman 6-1 | 280| Florence, Ala. | Marketing & Logistics CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 7/0 2010 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 5/0 Played in five games…Part of an offensive line unit

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 12/1 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 12/1 Played in 12 games, including his first career start at Georgia…Totaled 13 tackles in first season seeing action for UT…Registered a career-best four tackles at Memphis, all in the fourth quarter, including a tackle-for-loss to set the Tigers back two yards... Recorded three stops against Kentucky, including first career sack in the fourth quarter to set the


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ben bartholomew

2009 – Redshirted.

CAREER STATS  Defense

CAREER HIGHS Tackles

4 vs. Memphis, 11/6/10

Game-by-Game Statistics

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2010 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS UT Martin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oregon - - - - - - - - 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Florida UAB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at LSU 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Georgia 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Alabama 0 2 2 0 0.5/2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at South Carolina at Memphis 2 2 4 0 1/2 0 0 0 0 Mississippi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Vanderbilt 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kentucky 2 1 3 1/8 1/8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 2010 Totals 6 7 13 1/8 2.5/12 0 0 0 0

6-2 | 251 | Nashville | Marketing/International Business CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 7/0 2010 – Redshirted.

SCHOLARSHIP: Willis Tucker Memorial Athletic Scholarship Endowment

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WIllie bohannon

2009 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 5/0 Third-generation Volunteer saw action in five games...Played in 11 quarters at fullback spot...Also was on second unit for kickoff returns. 2008 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 2/0 Saw varsity action against UAB and Mississippi State...Also scored two touchdowns in junior varsity win over Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy...Caught 5-yard TD pass from B.J. Coleman and also ran for 15-yard score in 37-21 victory...Finished with 15 rushing yards and 14 receiving yards. SUPERLATIVES •2009 Academic All-SEC •2008 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll TRACK & FIELD Scored for Vols in shot put at both the 2010 SEC indoor and outdoor championships...Finished seventh at SEC Indoors with throw of 53-2¾, then was sixth at SEC Outdoor Championships in Knoxville with outdoor season-best of 53-3¾...Best mark of 2010 was 53-11¾ indoors at the Virginia Tech Hokie Invitational. HIGH SCHOOL • Montgomery Bell Academy Division II-3A All-State first team by Tennessee Sports Writers Association as senior in 2007...Division II Mr. Football Back...Member of Tennessean’s All-Midstate team...No. 12 prospect on Knoxville News Sentinel Top 25...PrepStar All-Region...Rushed

Junior (RS) | 2L DEFENSIVE lineman

2009 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 13/1 Made immediate impact as freshman, seeing action in every game...Recorded one sack against UCLA that forced Bruins punt...Earned first collegiate start against South Carolina and recorded three tackles... Also recorded tackle for loss against Gamecocks on key third-down play to stop USC drive...Matched career-high tackle total against Memphis...Finished season with 14 tackles. 2008 – Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL • Blount Set his high school record for sacks in one season with 18 as sophomore...Twice named Honorable Mention All-State by Alabama Sports Writers Association...PrepStar All-Region...Started at linebacker in Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic in 2007... Named All-Region first team in 2006 and 2007, and All-Region second team in 2005...As senior, totaled 73 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, nine sacks and two forced fumbles in 11 games...Tallied 57 tackles with 15 sacks as junior in 2006...As sophomore, totaled 70 tackles and 18 sacks...Recorded five sacks as freshman...Played basketball as junior and member of track and field team as sophomore...Defensive team captain as senior...Defensive player of the year as senior and sophomore...Coach at Blount: Ben Harris. SCHOLARSHIP: Michael & Rebecca Evans Athletic Scholarship

6-2 | 254 | Mobile, Ala. | Psychology CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 24/1 2011 • Junior Shared UT’s 2011 Fourth Quarter Off-Season Award, presented to players who consistently compete with the intangible values that provide the foundation of the UT Football Program: attitude, discipline, toughness, effort and team. 2010 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 11/0 Tallied nine tackles in 11 games…First sack of 2010 came on a third down at Georgia to force the Bulldogs to punt…Set a season high and matched a career best with three tackles…Lone takedown at Vanderbilt was a fourth-quarter sack, setting the Commodores back five yards…Set Mississippi back four yards with lone tackle (TFL) in the fourth quarter…Notched one tackle in six different games...

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2009 13 7 7 14 1/7 2/12 1 1/0 0 0/0 3-2x 2010 11 5 4 9 2/12 3.5/17 0 0/0 0 0/0 3-UGA Totals 24 12 11 23 3/19 5.5/29 1 1/0 0 0/0 3-3x

CAREER HIGHS Tackles

3 (3x, last vs. Georgia, 10/9/10)

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2010 12 6 7 13 1/8 2.5/12 0 0/0 0 0/0 4-Mem

Junior (RS) | 2L Tight end

Shared UT’s 2010 John Stucky Off-Season Award, presented to the players who demonstrate the best physical and mental conditioning during the offseason program.

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HIGH SCHOOL • Chattanooga McCallie Played junior and senior years at Chattanooga’s McCallie School...Defensive end on team that advanced to 2008 Div. II-AA state quarterfinals...Also played basketball, soccer and threw discus for track and field squad...Played as defender on soccer team that advanced to Div. II-AA state semifinals both years...Began playing varsity football as eighth-grader at Knoxville Webb and played three seasons...Spent time at defensive end, tackle and as punter on special teams...Webb won 2006 Div. II-AA state championship his sophomore year and was runner-up in 2005 ...Also basketball team member... Coach at Chattanooga McCallie: Rick Whitt.

for career high 162 yards in 2007 season opener against Antioch...Lead blocker for pair of 1,000-yard rushers and carried ball 57 times for 406 yards as senior...Also caught 13 passes for 145 yards and two touchdowns...As senior, had more than 100 tackles...Tallied 19 tackles for loss, six sacks and three forced fumbles as junior in 2006...Helped MBA to record 13 wins on way to undefeated Division II-2A state championship...Three-year starter at middle line-backer, two-year starter at fullback...Also participated in wrestling and track and field...Won 2007 state shot put championship with throw of 51 feet, 2 inches...Won 2007 state wrestling championship in 215-pound division...Coach at Montgomery Bell Academy: Daniel McGugin.

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Wildcats back eight yards and help UT force a threeand-out…First career TFL came versus Alabama in a two-tackle effort…Also recorded a tackle in four other games.


THE VOLS Game-by-Game Statistics

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2009 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS Western Ky. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UCLA 1 1 2 1/7 1/7 1 0 0 0 at Florida 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ohio 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Auburn Georgia 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Alabama 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 South Carolina 3 0 3 0 1/5 0 0 0 0 Memphis 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Mississippi 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Vanderbilt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Kentucky 0 1 1 0 0 0 1/0 0 0 Va. Tech (bowl) 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2009 Totals 7 7 14 1/7 2/12 1 1/0 0 0 SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2010 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS 0 1 1 0 0.5/1 0 0 0 0 UT Martin Oregon 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Florida UAB 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 at LSU - - - - - - - - at Georgia 2 1 3 1/7 1/7 0 0 0 0 Alabama 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 - - - - - - - - at South Carolina at Memphis 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mississippi 1 0 1 0 1/4 0 0 0 0 at Vanderbilt 1 0 1 1/5 1/5 0 0 0 0 Kentucky 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 2010 Totals 5 4 9 2/12 3.5/17 0 0 0 0

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Austin Bolen

Freshman (RS) | Sq. fullback 5-11 | 206 | Knoxville | Arts & Sciences CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 HIGH SCHOOL • Farragut Started two years at fullback and one year at linebacker...Earned All-Region honors as a senior... Helped team to 11-2 record in both junior and senior seasons, including a regional championship in 2008...Ranked as the number three long snapper in 86

the nation at the 2007 Ray Guy Kicking Camp...Also played basketball, earning All-District honors as a senior...Coach at Farragut: Eddie Courtney.

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Tyler bray

Nick branum

Sophomore | 1L quarterback Sophomore (RS) | Sq. defensive back 5-11 | 180 | Knoxville | Political Science CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 2/0 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 2/0 Played on special teams in the fourth quarter against Mississippi and in the second quarter against Vanderbilt. 2009 – Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL • Knoxville Catholic Named All-Knoxville Interscholastic League and second team News Sentinel All-PrepXtra...Competed in both Toyota East-West and Tennessee-Kentucky all-star games, contributing interception against Kentucky...Played only his senior season at Knoxville Catholic after sitting out one season as transfer and missing his junior year because of injury...Played cornerback, wide receiver and running back...Made most of his one season by helping Irish to perfect 15-0 season and Class 3A state championship...In title game, caught 55-yard TD pass and made key interception in 28-18 win over Memphis Mitchell... Finished year with 35 tackles, nine pass breakups and three interceptions...Added 14 catches for 343 yards and six TDs, along with single touchdowns by rushing and kickoff return...Also qualified for state track and field meet in 100M and long jump but could not compete because of injury...His father, Carson Branum, walked on and played for Vols football squad in early 1980s...Coach at Knoxville Catholic: Mark Pemberton.

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6-6 | 210 | Kingsburg, Calif. | Psychology CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 9/5 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 9/5 Played in nine games at quarterback and started the final five…Went 4-1 as a starter, including wins in all four November games…Finished regular season 125-of-224 for 1,849 passing yards and 18 touchdowns, all UT freshman records…Also threw 10 interceptions...Owns the longest active streak in the SEC of consecutive games with a touchdown pass with six...Among freshman Division I quarterbacks, ranked third in QB rating (142.73), tied for fourth in TDs, sixth in passing yards per game (205.4) and 10th in total yards...Earned SEC Freshman of the Week accolades for three of his four regular-season starting performances to become one of just seven players to garner three or more SEC Player of the Week honors in 2010…First Vol to earn three individual SEC weekly awards in one season...Two of those SEC weekly honors came in his first two career starts, making him one of just six SEC football student-athletes to be honored in consecutive weeks in 2010…One of just two quarterbacks in the SEC to claim four 300-yard passing performances this season…First UT QB to compile four 300-yard games in a season since Peyton Manning in 1997 (nine times)...In SEC games, Bray ranked sixth in passing average (198 ypg) and pass efficiency (138.2)…Led 27 scoring drives, the average time of possession being 2:10...14 of those drives took less than two minutes (12 of which were TD drives), while 14 took five plays or less...As a starter, helped team score in 16 of 19 red zone trips (.842 success-rate)...11 of those finished in the end zone...Notched a careerhigh 354 yards passing against Kentucky while tossing two touchdowns and two interceptions… Eighth-highest total in the SEC in a single game in

2010…Became the first UT quarterback to throw multiple TDs in six consecutive games since Manning did so seven times (1/1-10/18/97)…Completed 27-of-45 (both career highs) for 308 yards, four TDs and three INTs in Music City Bowl vs. North Carolina...Four TDs tied the UT bowl game record, while attempt and completion numbers both ranked second...First UT quarterback to complete passes to nine different WRs in a single game since Erik Ainge (vs. Wisconsin, Outback Bowl, 1/1/2008)...In his first career start at Memphis, he completed 19-of-33 for 325 yards and a career-high five touchdowns in two-and-1/2 quarters…Compiled 308 yards and all five of his TD throws in the first half alone vs. the Tigers, setting UT football records for passing yards and TDs in a single half…Five-TD performance was one of just two in the SEC in 2010 while 325 yards ranked 14th in the league…Connected on a careerbest eight consecutive passes in the first quarter… In first SEC start versus Mississippi, completed 18-of34 for 323 yards and three TDs, becoming the first UT quarterback ever to throw for 300-plus yards in first two starts and the first in consecutive games overall since Casey Clausen (2001)…80-yard strike to Justin Hunter on Vols’ first offensive play was UT’s longest of 2010 and longest from scrimmage since 2006…265 first-half yards ranked ninth all-time for passing yards in a half and made him second UT QB to produce two top 10 performances for most passing yards in one half (Peyton Manning, 4)… In his first SEC start on the road at Vanderbilt, Bray completed 16-of-27 for 232 yards, two touchdowns and a pair of INTs…Between his first throw at South Carolina, an INT returned for a score, and his next INT (at Vanderbilt) that ended a streak of 96 consecutive attempts without a pick, Bray went 58-of-96 for 980 yards and 12 TDs (QB rating: 187.42)…Led Vols on four scoring drives, including a 3-for-3 success rate inside the red zone at Vanderbilt…Took over at quarterback in the second half at South Carolina…After first throw was an INT returned for a TD, Bray finished 9-of-15 for 159 yards and a pair of touchdowns…First career TD was a 30-yard strike to Denarius Moore…Longest throw of 62 yards to Moore set up his second TD from 17 yards out on the next play…At Georgia, connected on first four pass attempts and finished 8-for-12 for 81 yards… Led a 77-yard drive before the Vols stalled at the UGA 3-yard line…Connected on 5-of-14 passes for 39 yards vs. Alabama…Saw first action in UT’s season opener against UT Martin, completing 3-of-6 passes for 24 yards and an INT.


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 Passing YEAR G

2010

ATT- CMP

INT/ PASS AVG. QB TD PCT YDS GM RATE

HI PASS YDS

9 224-125 10/18 55.8 1,849 205.4 142.73 354-UK

CAREER HIGHS

Completions Attempts Yards Touchdowns Longest Completion

27 vs. North Carolina, 12/30/10 45 vs. North Carolina, 12/30/10 354 vs. Kentucky, 11/27/10 5 vs. Memphis, 11/6/10 80 vs. Mississippi, 11/13/10

Game-by-Game Statistics

 Passing

2010 COMP ATT INT PCT. YDS TD LONG UT Martin 3 6 1 50.0 24 0 9 Oregon - - - - - - Florida - - - - - - UAB - - - - - - at LSU - - - - - - at Georgia 8 12 0 75.0 81 0 22 Alabama 5 14 1 35.7 39 0 16 at South Carolina 9 15 1 60.0 159 2 62 at Memphis 19 33 0 57.6 325 5 42 Mississippi 18 34 0 52.9 323 3 80 at Vanderbilt 16 27 2 59.3 232 2 34 Kentucky 20 38 2 52.6 354 2 49 N. Carolina (bowl) 27 45 3 60.0 312 4 45 2010 Totals 125 224 10 55.8 1,849 18 80

batted .497 with 7 home runs, 30 RBI and 12 stolen bases...Coach at Sandy Creek: Chip Walker.

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derrick brodus

MISCELLANEOUS Played professional baseball in Milwaukee Brewers organization for four years (2006-10), most recently for Huntsville in Class AA Southern League…Originally signed to play football at Florida State in 2006 before opting for baseball…Selected by Brewers in second round (60th overall) of 2006 MLB Draft. SCHOLARSHIP: Hartman Family Endowment

CAREER STATS

Sophomore | 1L defensive back 6-1 | 215 | Tyrone, Ga. | Hotel, Restaurant & Tourism Management CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 13/6 2011 • Sophomore Shared UT’s 2011 Big Lick Off-Season Award, presented to players who consistently play with the most physical toughness. 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 13/6 Started the last six games at safety and played in all 13 contests, primarily serving on special teams during the first half of the season…One of just four Vols to see the field in every quarter in 2010 and one of seven true freshmen to play in every game for UT…12th on the team and fifth among members of the secondary with 30 tackles…Led UT in tackles in just his third career start vs. Mississippi with a career-best eight…In regular season finale vs. Kentucky, contributed four tackles, including first career tackle for loss, first career fumble recovery and a pass breakup…TFL set up a third-down sack in the second quarter, while fumble recovery came on the next drive…Saw first significant playing time against Alabama, totaling six tackles…Added a QB hurry to force UA into a long third down, eventually resulting in a missed field goal…Notched first career start at South Carolina and compiled four tackles and first career pass breakup…PBU forced a third-and-long for the Gamecocks…Registered three tackles vs. North Carolina in the Music City Bowl and PBU helped hold UNC to a field goal after starting a second quarter drive on the UT 10-yard line. HIGH SCHOOL • Sandy Creek Ranked as three-star prospect by both Rivals.com and Scout.com in 2006…As baseball senior at Sandy Creek,

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2010 13 20 10 30 0/0 1/1 0 1/0 3 0/0 8-Miss

CAREER HIGHS Tackles

8 vs. Mississippi, 11/13/10

Game-by-Game Statistics

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2010 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS UT Martin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oregon 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Florida UAB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at LSU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Georgia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Alabama 2 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 at South Carolina at Memphis 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mississippi 5 3 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Vanderbilt 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 4 0 1/1 0 1/0 1 0 Kentucky N. Carolina (bowl) 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 2010 Totals 20 10 30 0 1/1 0 1/0 3 0

freshman (RS) | Sq. Placekicker/punter 5-11 | 171 | Maryville | Arts & Sciences CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 HIGH SCHOOL • Alcoa Started two years at placekicker...Helped team to two state championships...Also participated in soccer all four years, earning All-State honors in the final two...Coach at Alcoa: Gary Rankin.

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brent brewer

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HIGH SCHOOL • Kingsburg Practiced with Vols during mid-December before the Chick-fil-A Bowl...Enrolled at UT in January 2010 and participated in spring drills...Member of PrepStar Top 150 Dream Team...Valley League Offensive Player of the Year as senior and league Most Valuable Player...Led Kingsburg to perfect 13-0 season and Valley championship while completing 185of-302 passes (61.2 percent) for 3,321 yards and 41 TDs...Added 171 yards on ground...As junior in 2008, threw for 2,411 yards and 26 touchdowns...As sophomore, completed 99 passes for 1,784 yards... Named junior and sophomore of the year for Valley League in 2008 and 2007...During freshman campaign of 2006, threw for 1,100 yards...Also standout on basketball court while averaging nearly 20 points and nine rebounds as junior...Competed in baseball for Kingsburg...Coach at Kingsburg: John Sweeney.

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SUPERLATIVES •2010 SEC Freshman of the Week (11/6, 11/13, 11/27)

Alex Bullard

Sophomore (RS) | Tr. offensive lineman 6-2 | 309 | Franklin | Business Management CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 3/0 2011 • Sophomore Earned the 2011 Harvey Robinson Off-Season Award, which honors the offensive surprise of the spring. NOTRE DAME 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 3/0 Moved from guard to tackle in the spring to compete for a starting position...Made career debut 87


THE VOLS against Michigan State on special teams...Also saw action against Boston College and Western Michigan. 2009 – Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL • Brentwood Academy Selected to Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Super Southern 100...The Knoxville News Sentinel rated him second in its top 10 in Tennessee...Named to Division II All-State Team by Tennessee Sports Writers Association following senior season...Named First Team All Mid-State as junior and senior by The Tennessean...Recorded 52 pancake blocks as a junior...Led high school team to Division II Class AAA State Championship game as a senior in 2008...Helped high school team capture 2007 Division II Class AAA state title game as a junior with an 11-1 overall record...Blocked for two running backs who combined for 1,736 yards in 2007... Coach at Brentwood Academy: Ralph Potter. MISCELLANEOUS Late father, Louis, was an offensive lineman with the Seattle Seahawks (1978-80) and at Jackson State.

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j.r. carr

position...Helped South Torrance to league championship during sophomore season...Coach at South Torrance: Josh Waybright.

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jacob carter

freshman (RS) | Sq. wide receiver

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Gregory clark

keensen chambers

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Redshirted.

HIGH SCHOOL • Ensworth Started three years at wide receiver and safety... Earned All-Region honors as a senior...Also participated in basketball and soccer...Coach at Ensworth: Ricky Bowers.

Chris Cates

6-5 | 250 | Greenville, S.C. | Communications

HIGH SCHOOL • Northside Named Northside High School’s Best Defensive Lineman...Recorded 34 solo tackles, 21 assists and nine tackles for lost yardage...Defensive unit held five opponents under 200 total yards...Helped Northside High School to 13-2 record in 2009 and berth in Georgia’s Class AAAAA state championship game...Senior team captain...Three-year starter... Coach at Northside: Conrad Nix.

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Redshirted due to transfer rules.

SCHOLARSHIP: Gary Mathews Athletic Scholarship Endowment Fund

sophomore (RS) | Sq. defensive lineman

CONNECTICUT 2009 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 0/0 Enrolled at UConn in January 2009 but decided to transfer.

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Squad member.

junior (RS) | Sq. wide receiver 5-10 | 189 | Knoxville | Finance CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 • Sophomore – Squad member.

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CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Redshirted.

5-10 | 220 | Lomita, Calif. | Communications

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SUPERLATIVES •2010 Academic All-SEC

6-0 | 181 | Nashville | Arts & Sciences

Sophomore (RS) | Sq. deep snapper

HIGH SCHOOL • South Torrance Spent time at Chris Sailer Kicking School under long-snapping tutelage of Chris Rubio...Began snapping on varsity team during freshman campaign and snapped all four seasons...Added duties at linebacker and became three-time All-League selection at that

2008 – Redshirted.

following his senior year for community involvement…Named to The National Society of High School Scholars...Coach at Worcester Academy: David Dykeman...Coach at Southside: Fe Cowan.

HIGH SCHOOL • Christian Academy of Knoxville Offensive Region 2-2A MVP as senior quarterback and team captain for 8-4 squad that advanced to playoffs...Threw for more than 2,400 yards and 27 touchdowns that year...Varsity team member all four years in three sports...Also played basketball and baseball...Twice named All-District in baseball, once as catcher and also as athlete when he played several positions...Coach at Christian Academy of Knoxville: Rusty Bradley.

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2009 – Redshirted.

2009 • Freshman – Squad member.

HIGH SCHOOL • Worcester Academy • Southside Played as a senior at Worcester Academy in Worcester, Mass.…Was a New England Prep School Athletic Conference All-Star in 2008…At Southside High School, was an all-county pick in 2007 and two-time all-region pick…Played basketball as team won Class AA State Championship in 2007…Named to all-tournament team…Was awarded a Pepsi-Greenville County Schools Golf Tournament Scholarship


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freshman (RS) | Sq. Defensive back CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Redshirted.

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raiques crump

SCHOLARSHIP: Jabbour Family Scholarship

CAREER STATS  Defense

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2010 11 11 2 13 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0 0/0 6-Mem

CAREER HIGHS Tackles

6 vs. Memphis, 11/6/10

Game-by-Game Statistics

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sophomore | 1L linebacker 6-1 | 220 | Birmingham, Ala. | Arts & Sciences CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 11/0 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 11/0 Collected 13 tackles in first year as a Vol, in which he saw playing time in 11 games…Fifth on team with eight tackles on special teams…Posted a career-best six tackles (five solos) at Memphis as UT’s second-leading tackler, including a stop on fourth down that forced a turnover-on-downs and a thirddown tackle that led to a Tigers’ punt…Registered

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2010 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS UT Martin - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Oregon Florida 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UAB 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 at LSU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Georgia 2 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Alabama at South Carolina 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Memphis 5 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mississippi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Vanderbilt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kentucky 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2010 Totals 11 2 13 0 0 1 0 0 0

matt darr

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tyler drummer

freshman (RS) | Sq. punter

sophomore (RS) | Sq. wide receiver

6-1 | 221 | Bakersfield, Calif. | Agriculture Economics

6-1 | 165 | Powell | Arts & Sciences

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Redshirted. TRACK & FIELD Participated in the shot put and discus...Best indoor mark in the shot put was a 53-3 heave at the SEC Championships...Top discus mark in outdoor competition was 143-5 at the UCSD Triton Invitational. HIGH SCHOOL • Frontier Played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl... Named to MaxPreps All-America first team...Rated as nation’s No. 1 punting prospect by punting expert Chris Sailer...Orginally signed with USC, but transferred to UT after being granted his release... bAveraged 42.9 yards per punt as senior with career long of 71...Added 96 tackles from linebacker position, including team-high 79 solo...Handled placekicking duties, with 35 of 60 kickoffs resulting in touchbacks...Made 34 PATs and 11 field goals in senior season...As junior, averaged 46.3 yards per punt with 93 tackles...Helped team to 11-2 record as senior...Also excelled in shot put and discus, and led Frontier High to team state championship in 2009...Two-time defending state champion in shot put, with career-best throw of 63-9.75 in 2010 state event...Also won state discus title as junior with toss of 192-0...For combined efforts in football and track, named finalist for MaxPreps National Athlete of the Year...Coach at Frontier: Rich Cornford. SCHOLARSHIPS: First Family Men’s Athletic Endowment Sendele Family Endowment Scholarship

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 HIGH SCHOOL • Powell Started two years at wide receiver...Earned AllRegion and All-District honors as a senior...Also played basketball for four years...Coach at Powell: Matt Lowe.

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cory eichholtz

junior (RS) | 1L wide receiver 5-8 | 184 | Knoxville| Logistics CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 8/0 2010 • Sophomore – Squad member. 2009 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 8/0 Totaled three tackles on special teams during season...Played in last eight games, beginning with Georgia...Participated in 21 quarters as lead gunner on kickoff coverage team...Had three tackles – two solo and one unassisted. 89

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HIGH SCHOOL • Wilson Central Started three years at wide receiver and cornerback...Earned All-Region honors as a senior...Coach at Wilson Central: Traye Aric.

HIGH SCHOOL • Minor Named to Birmingham News All-West Metro and AllState teams as defensive lineman...Finished senior year with 108 tackles (75 solo), including 28 for lost yardage and eight sacks...Also forced five fumbles and blocked two punts...Forced key fumble during win over then fourth-ranked Jess Lanier High that led to touchdown...As a junior in 2008, totaled 82 tackles, 18 tackles-for-loss and nine sacks...Helped Minor High School to second round of 2009 Class 6A playoffs...Led team as starter to 25-10 record over three prep seasons... Earned track and field All-Metro honors in javelin as freshman and in 100M hurdles as sophomore...Eagle Scout...Coach at Minor: Randy Cook.

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three tackles at Georgia…Also forced a fumble on the Bulldogs’ kickoff return that followed UT’s first score but the Vols were unable to recover…Recorded a pair of tackles vs. North Carolina in the Music City Bowl...Saw first career action vs. Florida and notched first two career tackles against UAB a week later.

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THE VOLS 2008 – Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL • Bearden Earned All-Region as senior...His 2007 team finished 12-2 and advanced to Class 6A state semifinals before losing 17-14 to eventual champion Smyrna and current teammate Rod Wilks...Led Region 1 in both receptions (44) and yards (600) and scored four touchdowns...At safety, added 28 tackles with two interceptions and eight pass breakups...Lettered three seasons and was two-year, two-way starter in addition to kick return duties...Ran three years on track and field squad, specializing in 100M, 200M, relays and long jump...Coach at Bearden: Brad Taylor.

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art evans

in nine different games, including Chick-fil-A Bowl against Virginia Tech. 2008 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 10/0 Appeared in season’s final 10 games...Made first UT showing against Florida in third game and saw action in every game rest of season...Did not record a tackle but was part of defensive secondary unit that finished fourth in NCAA in passing defense. 2007 – Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL • Evangel Christian Enrolled at UT in January 2007 and participated in spring drills...First Team Class 1B All-State wide receiver by Florida High School Athletic Association... Caught 62 passes for 1,329 yards (21.9-yard average) and 15 touchdowns as junior in 2005...Led team to championship game as senior...Four-year letterman in football and lettered three years each in basketball and track and field...Played small forward and both guard positions for hoops team, while specializing in 100M and 200M events in track...Best times were 10.3 in the 100M and 21.5 for the 200M...Coach at Evangel Christian: Dedrick Dodge.

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2010 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS UT Martin 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oregon 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 Florida 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 UAB - - - - - - - - at LSU 3 5 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Georgia 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 Alabama 3 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 at South Carolina - - - - - - - - at Memphis - - - - - - - - Mississippi - - - - - - - - at Vanderbilt - - - - - - - - Kentucky - - - - - - - - N. Carolina (bowl) - - - - - - - - 12 21 0 0 1 0 1 0 2010 Totals 9

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c.j. fleming

SCHOLARSHIP: M. Stephen & Chris M. Brandon Endowment Fund

Senior (RS) | Sq. defensive back

CAREER STATS

Senior (RS) | 3L defensive back 5-11 | 180 | Lakeland, Fla.| Africana Studies CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 29/18 2010 • Junior • Games/Starts: 7/6 Played in seven games, including six starts, before missing rest of season due to violation of team rules…Notched a career-high eight tackles at LSU... Recorded five tackles vs. Alabama, his best total at home in 2010...Totaled three tackles at Georgia and collected lone pass defended of season...Forced fumble on Oregon’s opening kickoff return and posted a pair of tackles...Also registered two takedowns vs. Florida. 2009 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 12/12 Steady performer for Vols, recording 39 tackles and contributing three pass breakups...Season-high five tackles against both Ohio and Auburn...Pass deflections came against Georgia, South Carolina and Memphis...Forced one fumble versus Georgia...Only missed start was regular season finale at Kentucky because of injury...Compiled at least four tackles 90

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2008 10 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0/0 -2009 12 24 15 39 0/0 1/1 1 0 3 0/0 5-2x 2010 7 9 12 21 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 1 0/0 8-LSU Totals 29 33 27 60 0/0 1/1 2 0 4 0/0 8-LSU

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8 vs. LSU, 10/2/10 1 (4x, last at Georgia, 10/9/10)

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2009 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS Western Ky. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 UCLA at Florida 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ohio 3 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 Auburn 2 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 Georgia 4 0 4 0 1/1 1 0 1 0 at Alabama 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 South Carolina 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 Memphis 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 at Mississippi 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Vanderbilt 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Va. Tech (bowl) 3 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2009 Totals 24 15 39 0 1/1 1 0 3 0

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5-10 | 180 | Richmond,Va.| Criminal Justice CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 6/0 2010 • Junior • Games/Starts: 2/0 Played against both Memphis and Mississippi. 2009 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 4/0 Played against Western Kentucky, Memphis and Vanderbilt during regular season...Contributed collegiate-high three tackles against Memphis...Also played in first half against Virginia Tech in Chick-fil-A Bowl. 2008 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 0/0 Squad member...Started in secondary and finished with two tackles in Tennessee’s 37-21 junior varsity win over Hargrave (Va.) Military. 2007 – Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL • Highland Springs PrepStar All-Southeast Region...Twice named AllState second team by Associated Press and Virginia High School Coaches Association...Also 2005 and

2006 All-Metro by Richmond Times-Dispatch, as well as All-District and All-Region...Had six interceptions in game against Varina, returning one of those for 87-yard TD...Also had 26 tackles and seven additional pass-breakups in that same contest...Blocked three kicks senior season...As junior, tallied 39 tackles, seven interceptions, 12 pass breakups, three forced fumbles and three blocked kicks...Three-year letterman starter...Also lettered three years in track and field...Coach at Highland Springs: Scott Burton. SCHOLARSHIP: AFG Industries Endowment Fund

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Junior (RS) | Sq. defensive Lineman 6-5 | 265 | College Park, Ga.| Sociology CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 7/0 2010 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 4/0 Recorded lone tackle in season opener against UT Martin…Also appeared against Oregon, Mississippi and Vanderbilt on the defensive line. 2009 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 3/0 Played in three quarters against Western Kentucky, finishing with shared tackle for loss...Also had appearances against Memphis and Mississippi...Best tackle performance was two stops against Memphis. 2008 – Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL • Banneker Class 4A All-State, All-Region and All-County in 2007...All-Area as wide receiver and defensive end... PrepStar All-Region...Caught 24 passes for 400 yards and six TDs that year while adding 53 tackles and 13½ sacks...Totaled 49 tackles and six sacks in just five games as junior in 2006 (missed 5 games with elbow injury)...Played basketball as freshman and


PLAYER PROFILES sophomore...Coach at Banneker: Benny Crane.

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channing fugate

SCHOLARSHIP: Jerome G. Taylor Memorial Athletic Scholarship

CAREER STATS  Receiving YEAR 2010

NET AVG AVG HIGH G REC YDS REC GM TD LONG YDS 13 2 21 10.5 1.8 0 17-UK 17-UK

CAREER HIGHS Receptions Receiving Yards

1 (2x, last vs. Kentucky, 11/27/10) 17 vs. Kentucky, 11/27/10

sophomore | 1L fullback 6-1 | 250 | Jackson, Ky. | Business Management

2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 13/5 Played in every game, including five starts at fullback…Helped lead the way for Tauren Poole to rush for 1,034 yards, including six 100-yard games, which tied for the SEC lead…One of seven true freshmen to play in every game for UT…In first career start vs. South Carolina, Fugate hauled in a 4-yard reception on Tyler Bray’s first career scoring drive…Posted a 17-yard catch, his longest of the season, on UT’s final scoring drive vs. Kentucky…Also returned a kickoff eight yards vs. UAB. HIGH SCHOOL • Breathitt County Practiced with Vols during mid-December in preparation for Chick-fil-A Bowl, then enrolled at UT in January and participated in spring drills...Rated as No. 3 overall prospect in Kentucky by Rivals.com... Selected to PrepStar Magazine’s All-Region team... Finished senior season with 1,332 rushing yards and 17 touchdowns...Highlight of 2009 was rushing for 141 yards and four touchdowns to go with one receiving TD against Powell County...Rushed for 3,052 yards and 36 touchdowns as junior while sparking Breathitt County to Class AAA state runner-up fin-

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HIGH SCHOOL • Homewood-Flossmoor Rated as No 11 prospect in Illinois and No. 14 overall offensive guard by Rivals.com...Ranked as the No. 14 overall offensive guard by Scout.com...Selected to PrepStar Magazine’s All-Region team...Named All-Conference as a senior in 2009...Coach at Homewood-Flossmoor High School: Kenny Smith. MISCELLANEOUS Younger brother of current Washington Redskins lineman Xavier Fulton. SCHOLARSHIP: Keenan Athletic Scholarship Fund

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jacob gilliam

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 12/5 2011 • Sophomore Shared UT’s 2011 Big Lick Off-Season Award, pre-

junior | 1L offensive lineman 6-2 | 301 | Reno, Nev. | Materials Science & Engineering CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 10/6 2010 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 10/6 Played in 10 of 13 games, including six consecutive starts at center…First career start came vs. Florida… Helped Tauren Poole rush for six 100-yard games, which tied for the SEC lead…Part of an offensive line that allowed zero sacks at Memphis.

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HIGH SCHOOL • Robert McQueen As a senior, sparked Lancers to perfect 14-0 season... Year was capped with 13-12 victory in Class 4A state championship game...Squad was 13-2 and state runner-up in junior year...Also wrestled in high school, winning California Class 4A Northern Region title in 215-pound division...Coach at Robert McQueen: Ken Dalton.

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Redshirted.

SCHOLARSHIP: Gene McEver Athletic Scholarship Endowment

Freshman (RS) | Sq. offensive lineman

6-5 | 330 | Homewood, Ill. | Communications

darin gooch

BUTTE [Calif.] JUNIOR COLLEGE 2009 • Freshman Started all 11 games at center and helped Butte to 8-3 record in 2009 that included Premier West Bank Bowl win over Sierra College...Coach at Butte Junior College: Jeff Jordan

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HIGH SCHOOL • Farragut Started two years at left tackle...Earned All-Region honors as a junior and All-District and All-KIL accolades as a senior...Selected to play in the Tennessee91

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CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 13/5 2011 • Sophomore Shared UT’s 2011 John Stucky Hard Knox Award, presented to the players who demonstrate the best physical and mental conditioning during the offseason program.

2010 REC YDS TD UT Martin 0 0 0 Oregon 0 0 0 Florida 0 0 0 UAB 0 0 0 at LSU 0 0 0 at Georgia 0 0 0 Alabama 0 0 0 at South Carolina 1 4 0 at Memphis 0 0 0 Mississippi 0 0 0 at Vanderbilt 0 0 0 Kentucky 1 17 0 0 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 0 2010 Totals 2 21 0

2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 12/5 Played at right guard in 12 games, including three consecutive starts beginning with the Alabama game, before missing the Mississippi contest with an ankle injury…Returned to the starting lineup against Kentucky as Tyler Bray was sacked just twice…Helped UT’s offense total a season-high 537 yards vs. UT Martin…Part of an offensive line that allowed zero sacks at Memphis and held Vanderbilt to just one…Helped Tauren Poole for tie the SEC lead with six 100-yard rushing games.

Kentucky Border Bowl as a senior...Helped team to a 21-5 record over final two years...Coach at Farragut: Eddie Courtney.

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sented to players who consistently play with the most physical toughness.

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SCHOLARSHIP: Armstrong Relocation Athletic Scholarship Fund

ish...During sophomore season, rushed for 1,727 yards and 30 touchdowns...Added 45 catches that year for 625 yards and five scores...Coach at Breathitt County: Mike Holcomb.


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eric gordon

Sophomore (RS) | 1L defensive back 5-9 | 185 | Nashville | Sociology CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 13/6 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 13/6 Played in every game, including six starts…One of eight freshmen to play in every game for UT…Led UT freshmen with 47 tackles and ranked seventh on the team overall…Finished sixth on the team with seven special teams tackles…One of four Vols with multiple interceptions (two)…First career start came in season opener vs. UT Martin…Recorded first career tackle and was part of a secondary that held the Skyhawks to a UT opponent season-low 86 passing yards…Contributed a career-best six tackles at South Carolina in just his third career start… Matched his career high with six more stops the next week at Memphis while adding his first career INT on the Tigers’ third possession…Before leaving with a head injury vs. Mississippi, he notched his second INT of 2010 and returned it 46 yards for a touchdown to give UT a 21-0 lead…Totaled five tackles vs. Florida, including his first career tackle for loss…Provided four takedowns against UAB, LSU and UNC (Music City Bowl)…Added first career pass breakup at UAB…Also had TFL at LSU…Handled punt return duties for five games…Registered UT’s season-high punt return of 21 yards against LSU… Tallied five tackles vs. Alabama and notched three stops on three separate occasions...Shared Tennessee’s 2010 Big Lick Award in the spring, presented to players who consistently perform with the most physical toughness.

and member of Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Super Southern 100...Three-time All-Metro, All Region 5-4A and All-State...Named to The Tennessean’s Dream Team as both junior and senior, and included as one of Knoxville News-Sentinel’s Top 20 Prospects in Tennessee following 2008 season...Finalist for Tennessee’s Mr. Football Award as senior...2008 All-Midstate...Offensive MVP at BlueCross Bowl after leading Hillsboro to Class 4A state championship in 2008...Selected to play in Toyota East-West All-Star Game for Tennessee...Rushed for 510 yards and nine touchdowns while catching 43 passes for 716 yards and nine touchdowns as senior...Also posted 34 tackles and five interceptions...Led star-studded secondary as junior, with 77 tackles and six interceptions (one returned for a TD)...At receiver, added 41 catches that year for 816 yards and 10 TDs...Coach at Hillsboro: Scott Blade. SCHOLARSHIP: Cullom Family Athletic Scholar Endowment

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2010 13 32 15 47 0/0 1.5/3 0 0/0 3 2/46 6-2x

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gregory grieco

2009 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 1/0 Made his collegiate varsity debut against Western Kentucky...Earned Academic All-SEC honors. 2008 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 0/0 Appeared in junior varsity win over Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy. 2007 – Redshirted. SUPERLATIVES •2009 & 2010 Academic All-SEC

freshman (RS) | Sq. linebacker 5-10 | 219 | Knoxville | Exercise Science CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL • Farragut Started three years at defensive end...Earned AllRegion honors in final two years...Also earned All-District, All-PrepXtra and All-KIL accolades as a senior...Also wrestled and earned a pair of regional championships...Coach at Farragut: Eddie Courtney.

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nick guess

HIGH SCHOOL • Farragut Graduated from high school with high honors and enrolled at UT in January 2007... Ranked by Ray Guy’s ProKicker.com as nation’s No. 3 long snapper for high school graduating class of 2007...Team’s long snapper in 48 consecutive varsity games... Named All-Region in 2006 after playing fullback, tight end, defensive end and offensive tackle...Finished with three touchdown receptions...Three-year starter at tight end and two-time captain...Team advanced to Class 5A quarterfinals as junior and senior...Coach at Farragut: Eddie Courtney. SCHOLARSHIP: Susan Rayborn Athletic Scholarship Endowment

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daniel hood

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS 2010 UT Martin 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oregon 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Florida 4 1 5 0 1/3 0 0 0 0 UAB 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 4 0 0.5/0 0 0 0 0 at LSU at Georgia 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Alabama 4 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 at South Carolina 6 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Memphis 6 0 6 0 0 0 0 1 1/0 1/46 Mississippi 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 at Vanderbilt 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kentucky 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2010 Totals 32 15 47 0 1.5/3 0 0 3 2/46

2009 – Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL • Hillsboro Earned No. 2 spot in Rivals.com Tennessee Preseason Top 25...Named SuperPrep All-American 92

6 (2x), last vs. Memphis, 11/6/10 46 vs. Mississippi, 11/13/10

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senior (RS) | 1L deep snapper

sophomore (RS) | Sq. defensive lineman

6-3 | 230 | Knoxville | Marketing/International Business

6-4 | 293 | Knoxville | Entrepreneurship Management

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 14/0 2010 • Junior • Games/Starts: 13/0 Played in all 13 games for UT, serving as the primary deep snapper for the Vols’ punting unit…Saw action in every quarter but one…Posted a tackle on special teams in back-to-back weeks against UAB and LSU.

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 6/0 2011 • Sophomore Earned the 2011 Harvey Robinson Off-Season Award, which honors the defensive surprise of the spring.


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2009 – Redshirted. SUPERLATIVES •2010 Academic All-SEC •2009 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll

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justin hunter

sophomore | 1L wide receiver 6-4 | 200 | Virginia Beach, Va. | Sport Management CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 13/2 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 13/2 One of seven true freshmen to play in every game for Tennessee, including a pair of starts…First career start came vs. Alabama…Caught 16 passes for 415 yards and seven touchdowns, breaking UT

TRACK & FIELD First-team USTFCCCA Indoor All-American in the long jump after finishing eighth at the NCAA Indoor Championships with a leap of 25 4 ½...Scored for UT at the SEC Indoor Championships with a long jump mark of 25-4 to place fifth and was seventh in the outdoor meet at 25-7 ½...Named to SEC Indoor AllFreshman Team as the highest finishing rookie in the long jump at the league championships…Set UT freshman indoor record in the long jump at 26-1 ½ in second collegiate meet…That mark ranks No. 3 alltime indoors at UT...Earned SEC Indoor Track & Field Male Freshman of the Week honors twice (Jan. 18 & Feb. 8)...Also competed in the triple jump and high jump, placing 10th in the latter at the SEC Outdoor meet. SUPERLATIVES •2010 Coaches All-SEC Freshman Team

SCHOLARSHIP: General Bob Neyland Endowment

CAREER STATS  Receiving YEAR 2010

NET AVG AVG HIGH G REC YDS REC GM TD LONG YDS 13 16 415 25.9 31.9 7 80-Miss 114-Miss

CAREER HIGHS Receptions Receiving Yards Touchdowns Long

4 vs. Georgia, 10/9/10 114 vs. Mississippi, 11/13/10 2 vs. Mississippi, 11/13/10 80 vs. Mississippi, 11/13/10

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2010 REC YDS TD UT Martin 0 0 0 Oregon 1 31 0 3 60 1 Florida UAB 1 -2 0 at LSU 1 37 0 at Georgia 4 110 1 Alabama 0 0 0 at South Carolina 0 0 0 at Memphis 1 42 1 Mississippi 3 114 2 at Vanderbilt 1 15 1 Kentucky 0 0 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 1 8 1 2010 Totals 16 415 7

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janzen jackson

junior | 2L defensive Back 6-0 | 187 | Lake Charles, La.| Arts & Sciences CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 23/22 2010 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 13/13 Earned Coaches’ All-SEC Second Team honors… Only Volunteer to be named to either Coaches’ All-SEC squad…One of 10 Vols to start every game in 2010 and owns the highest streak of consecutive starts heading into 2011 with 15…Five interceptions tied for the team lead (Prentiss Waggner) and tied for third in the SEC…Most by a UT defender since 2008 (Eric Berry with seven)...UT’s leader in INT return yards with 114, ranking third in the SEC…Led team with 11 passes defended, a figure that was good for sixth in the conference (0.85 per game)…Led UT secondary with 69 tackles, which ranked third on the team…Tied for 19th in tackles (6.6) in SEC games and 29th overall (5.3) in the league…Delivered four stops and two passes defended, including an INT on third down in the UT end zone vs. North Carolina in the Music City Bowl...Posted a career-best 11 tackles, including a tackle for loss, vs. Kentucky, which tied for the game lead…Added a pass breakup that forced a three-and-out on third down in the fourth quarter after UT went up 24-14…Made a couple of timely plays at the UT 1-yard line at Vanderbilt to match a career high with two passes defended…The first was his fourth INT that was returned a career-long 43 yards, and the second was a key pass breakup to save a possible Commodores’ touchdown…Added three tackles, including a tackle for loss, at VU…Second on the team in tackles vs. Florida with his secondhighest total of 2010 with nine, which included his first TFL of the season…UT’s second-leading tackler vs. Alabama with eight…Notched six tackles at South Carolina…Hauled in his first INT of 93

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SCHOLARSHIP: David & Martha Fine Athletic Scholarship Endowment

HIGH SCHOOL • Ocean Lakes Virginia High School Coaches AAA All-State...Earned spot on Rivals100 list as the No. 75 overall prospect in the nation by Rivals.com...Also rated as the No. 3 prospect in Virginia and No. 8 overall wide receiver by Rivals.com...Rated as the No. 11 wide receiver by Scout.com...Participated in the Under Armour AllAmerica Game...Tallied 46 receptions for 714 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior in 2009...As a junior in 2008, caught 34 passes for 545 yards and 13 TDs...Won long jump at junior portion of 2010 USA Outdoor Championships with leap of 25-10 3/4 and qualified for IAAF World Junior Championships... Track & Field News rates him nation’s No. 3 long jumper (25-3¾), No. 7 high jumper (7-2) and No. 14 triple jumper (49-5)...Won Virginia Class AAA state championship in the high jump and long jump as a junior...Place second in state triple jump, ninth in 300M hurdles and ran a leg on Ocean Lakes’ thirdplace 4x100 M relay team...Also competed on the basketball team at Ocean Lakes...Coach at Ocean Lakes: Chris Scott.

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HIGH SCHOOL • Knoxville Catholic Named Tennessee Mr. Football for Class 3A while helping Knoxville Catholic to 2008 state championship... All-Region and All-State as junior and senior...Played in Tennessee’s Toyota East-West All-Star Game after senior season that included Class 3A state championship for Knoxville Catholic...Caught 12 passes that year for 245 yards and four touchdowns from tight end position...Also posted 62 tackles, including 7½ sacks... Coach at Knoxville Catholic: Mark Pemberton.

freshman record for receiving TDs and ranked tied for first among all NCAA FBS freshmen receivers… Four of TDs were from 30 yards or longer...Led team with 25.9 yards per catch…Nine catches went for 20 or more yards...Despite not having a catch in four games, ranked fourth on the team in receiving yards (415) and second on the Vols with seven TD receptions…Tied for eighth in the SEC with two 100-yard receiving performances…Led UT in receiving yards in three games and receptions on one occasion… Seventh TD was lone reception in Music City Bowl vs. North Carolina to put the Vols ahead 20-17 in the fourth quarter...In second career start, hauled in three receptions for a career-high 114 receiving yards to complement his first multi-TD game (two) vs. Mississippi, including a career-long catch of 80 yards on the Vols’ first offensive play…80-yard TD was UT’s longest play from scrimmage since 2006 vs. Vanderbilt and tied for the 10th longest pass in UT history…Totaled a career-high four receptions at Georgia and led UT with 110 yards, including a 38-yard TD...Became UT’s first freshman to have 100 receiving yards in a game since 2004 (Robert Meachem vs. UK)…Snatched first career TD catch vs. Florida, a 35-yarder on fourth-and-six in the fourth quarter that helped cut the Vols’ deficit to seven…Finished with three receptions and a teambest 60 yards against the Gators…First career catch came vs. Oregon, a 31-yard strike to set up the Vols at the Ducks’ 1-yard line…Lone receptions vs. Memphis and Vanderbilt were good for first-quarter TDs, a 42-yarder vs. the Tigers and a 15-yard connection against the Commodores…Hauled in a 37-yard reception on third-and-three of UT’s go-ahead scoring drive in the fourth quarter at LSU.

OUTLOOK STAFF THE VOLS

2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 6/0 Saw action in six games for Tennessee, including all four wins in November and the Music City Bowl vs. UNC…Part of an offensive line that allowed zero sacks at Memphis and just one at Vanderbilt…Played in all four quarters vs. Mississippi, in which the Vols amassed 441 yards of offense, a UT season-high against an SEC opponent.


THE VOLS the season at LSU, one of three for UT…Also totaled seven tackles against the Tigers…Collected lone sack of the season at Georgia in a six-tackle effort to set the Bulldogs back 11 yards on third down…Contributed INTs against Memphis and Mississippi…Also took a pitch from Da’Rick Rogers on a kickoff return 47 yards vs. the Rebels… Came up with a key pass breakup against Oregon on a first quarter third-and-9 to limit the Ducks to a field goal, while adding five stops… Supplied a trio of three-tackle performances and a pair of two-tackle outings…Also handled punt return duties against Memphis and Mississippi. 2009 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 10/9 True freshman worked his way into starting spot at free safety in just his second collegiate game...Contributed season-high seven tackles against South Carolina to earn SEC Freshman of the Week honors... Also forced one fumble against Gamecocks and added two pass breakups as UT scored 24 points off four takeaways...Finished campaign with 37 tackles to rank second among freshman Vols...Delivered sack in regular season finale against Kentucky that forced Wildcats punt. SUPERLATIVES •2010 Coaches’ All-SEC Second Team •2009 SEC Freshman of the Week (Nov. 2) HIGH SCHOOL • Barbe Selected SuperPrep and USA Today All-America... Rated No. 2 cornerback in 2009 class and No. 2 overall prospect in Louisiana by Rivals.com...Selected to play in U.S. Army All-American Bowl and Under Armour All-American Game...Named to Mobile Press-Register Super Southeast 120 and Orlando Sentinel’s All-Southern Team...Class 5A All-State by Louisiana Sports Writers Association as senior and junior...Made 94 tackles and picked off five passes as senior...Five interceptions, 93 tackles and blocked seven kicks as junior...Returned two punts for TDs in one game, setting school and district record as senior...Also standout hurdler in track and field...Coach at Barbe: Jimmy Shaver.

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YEAR G UT AT TT 2009 10 26 11 37 2010 13 40 29 69 Totals 23 66 40 106

malik jackson

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 1/11 1/11 1 1/8 4 1/29 7-SC 1/11 4/19 0 0/0 11 5/114 11-UK 2/22 5/30 1 1/8 15 6/143 11-UK

CAREER HIGHS

Tackles 11 vs. Kentucky, 11/27/10 Passes Defended 2 (4x, last vs. North Carolina, 12/30/10) INT Return Yardage 43 at Vanderbilt, 11/20/10

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS 2009 Western Ky. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UCLA 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Florida 5 1 6 0 0 0 0 1 0 Ohio 3 1 4 0 0 0 1/8 0 0 3 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 Auburn Georgia 3 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Alabama 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 South Carolina 7 0 7 0 0 1 0 2 0 at Kentucky 2 0 2 1/11 1/11 0 0 0 0 1/29 Va. Tech (bowl) 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 2009 Totals 26 11 37 1/11 1/11 1 1/8 4 1/29 SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2010 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 UT Martin Oregon 4 1 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 Florida 3 6 9 0 1/4 0 0 0 0 UAB 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 at LSU 2 5 7 0 0 0 0 2 1/14 at Georgia 4 2 6 1/11 1/11 0 0 0 0 Alabama 3 5 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 at South Carolina 3 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Memphis 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1/35 Mississippi 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 1/22 at Vanderbilt 3 0 3 0 1/2 0 0 2 1/43 Kentucky 8 3 11 0 1/2 0 0 1 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 2 1/0 2010 Totals 40 29 69 1/11 4/19 0 0 11 5/114

SCHOLARSHIP: Ken Smith Auto Parts Endowment

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Senior | 1L defensive lineman 6-5 | 270 | Northridge, Calif. | Sociology CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 34/12 2011 • Senior Shared UT’s 2011 Fourth Quarter Off-Season Award, presented to players who consistently compete with the intangible values that provide the foundation of the UT Football Program: attitude, discipline, toughness, effort and team. 2010 • Junior • Games/Starts: 13/12 Led team with 11 tackles for loss and ranked second with five sacks while playing in every game in 2010…Started 12 games, the last eight at defensive tackle…Also started four games at defensive end…After making the switch to DT at Georgia, he totaled 36 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, five sacks, three quarterback hurries, four passes defended and an interception…11 TFLs ranked tied for 11th in the SEC, while his five sacks ranked as the 15thmost in the conference…Tied for second on the Vols with five QB hurries…Led defensive line and ranked sixth on the squad with 48 tackles…Tallied at least six tackles in four of the final seven contests…Notched a sack in four consecutive games (USC-VU)…Three of five QB hurries came on third down while four of five passes defended occurred on third or fourth down…Led the Vols at Memphis with a career-best eight tackles and returned first career interception 44 yards…Also recorded a UT season-high three TFL for 15 yards, including a career-high two sacks…Recorded six-tackle performances against Kentucky, South Carolina and Alabama…Tipped a pass to force a three-and-out against UK in the fourth quarter after the Vols took a 10-point lead…Registered first sack as a Vol vs. South Carolina…Made a pair of key third-down plays in the second quarter vs.

the Crimson Tide…QB hurry forced an incomplete pass and led to a missed field goal while a pass breakup forced Alabama to settle for a three-point try…Posted four tackles at Vanderbilt, including a sack and two-and-1/2 TFL, while third quarter-QB hurry forced VU to punt…Forced and recovered a fumble on third down while LSU was in field-goal range and added three tackles... Transferred from USC. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 2009 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 13/0 Appearing in all 13 games, he had 18 tackles, including 3.5 sacks, plus one forced fumble and two deflections...Had a pair of tackles at Ohio State, three stops (with a sack) against Washington State, two tackles (0.5 sack) at California, and one sack with a deflection against Oregon State...Recorded two tackles (with a sack), a forced fumble and a deflection at Arizona State...Registered three tackles versus UCLA and Boston College. 2008 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 8/0 Appeared in eight games (all but Oregon State, Arizona, California, UCLA and Penn State) and had four tackles, including two sacks for minus-eight yards, plus a deflection and forced a fumble... Had two tackles (with a sack) and a forced fumble (which USC recovered and it led to a TD) at Virginia. SUPERLATIVES •2010 Associated Press All-SEC Second Team HIGH SCHOOL • Birmingham 2007 honors as a senior included Super Prep AllFarwest, Prep Star All-West, Long Beach PressTelegram Best in the West Best of the Rest, Cal-Hi Sports All-State first team, All-L.A. City Co-Defensive MVP (with his twin, Marquis), Los Angeles Times All-Star, Los Angeles Daily News All-Area Co-Defensive MVP (with his twin, Marquis) and All-West Valley League Co-Defensive MVP (with his twin, Marquis) as a senior defensive lineman at Birmingham High in Van Nuys (Calif.)...Notched 103 tackles, 14.5 sacks, one interception and one fumble recovery in 2007...As a junior in 2006, he made All-L.A. City first team and Daily News All-Area second team while posting 10.5 sacks... Helped Birmingham win the 2006 L.A. City title... Coach at Birmingham: Ed Croson. SCHOLARSHIP: Mack Dove Athletic Scholarship


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CAREER STATS SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2008* 8 4 0 4 2/8 2/8 1 0/0 1 0/0 2-Vir 2009* 13 11 7 18 3.5/22 3.5/22 1 0/0 3 0/0 3-3x 2010 13 29 19 48 5/28 11/42 1 1/0 5 1/44 8-Mem Totals 34 44 26 70 10.5/58 16.5/72 3 1/0 9 1/44 8-Mem *Played at USC

CAREER HIGHS Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss

8 vs. Memphis, 11/6/10 2 vs. Memphis, 11/6/10 3 vs. Memphis, 11/6/10

Game-by-Game Statistics

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2010 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS UT Martin 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oregon 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Florida 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 UAB 2 1 3 0 1/3 0 0 0 0 at LSU 1 2 3 0 0 1 1/0 0 0 at Georgia 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Alabama 1 5 6 0 0.5/0 0 0 1 0 at South Carolina 5 1 6 1/2 2/5 0 0 0 0 at Memphis 7 1 8 2/13 3/15 0 0 1 1/44 Mississippi 3 0 3 1/7 1/7 0 0 0 0 at Vanderbilt 3 1 4 1/6 2.5/11 0 0 0 0 Kentucky 3 3 6 0 1/1 0 0 1 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2010 Totals 29 19 48 5/28 11/42 1 1/0 5 1/44

sophomore | 1L offensive lineman

sophomore (RS) | Sq. defensive lineman

6-2 | 240 | Demopolis, Ala. | Arts & Sciences

6-6 | 324 | Suwanee, Ga. | Sport Management

6-3 | 305 | Sarasota, Fla. | Sociology

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Redshirted.

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 13/13 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 13/13 Earned Coaches’ All-SEC Freshman Team honors... One of 10 Vols to start in every game and one of just four to see action in every single quarter in 2010, all at the right tackle position…Also one of seven true freshmen to play in every game this season…Part of the only offensive line to start three freshmen in a game in FBS this season, which took place against both Memphis and Kentucky…One of a schoolrecord seven true freshmen to start at Memphis… Helped Tauren Poole tie the SEC lead with six 100yard rushing performances.

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 4/0 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 4/0 Played in four games for Tennessee…Saw limited action in first career game against UT Martin… Also played against Alabama…Registered first two career tackles vs. Kentucky to help the Vols to their 26th consecutive win over the Wildcats...Registered a tackle vs. North Carolina in the Music City Bowl.

HIGH SCHOOL • Demopolis Rated as the No. 131 defensive end prospect by Scout.com...Named honorable mention all-state as a senior in 2009...Honored as a West Alabama 5A All-Star as a senior...Also All-County...Named Defensive Lineman MVP at U.S. Army All-America Junior Combine in 2008...Combined for 26 quarterback sacks and 22 quarterback hurries over his last two seasons...As a senior, 26 of his 38 total tackles went for lost yardage...11 of those were sacks and he also forced three fumbles...Amassed 54 tackles, 17 sacks and eight tackles for loss as a junior in 2008...Helped Demopolis to 12-3 record in 2009 and Alabama Class 5A state championship...Coach at Demopolis: Tom Causey. SCHOLARSHIP: M.J. O’Brien Athletic Scholarship

SUPERLATIVES •2010 Coaches All-SEC Freshman Team HIGH SCHOOL • North Gwinnett Enrolled at UT in January and participated in spring drills in 2010...Class AAAAA All-State by Georgia Sportswriters...Rivals.com All-America team...Rated as No. 6 prospect in Georgia and No. 8 offensive tackle in nation by Rivals.com...Prep-Star Top 150 Dream Team...Selected to play in Under Armour All-America Game...Named to Atlanta JournalConstitution Top-50 list as No. 18 overall player in Georgia...Helped lead North Gwinnett to 13-1 mark as senior...Team earned Region 7-5A championship and advanced to state quarterfinals...Junior season also led to berth in state quarterfinals behind 10-3 finish...Sophomore campaign of 2007 saw North Gwinnett advance to state championship game with 13-2 record...Coach at North Gwinnett: Bob Sphire.

2009 – Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL • Booker Second Team Class 3A All-State by Florida Sports Writers Association as junior...Reebok Florida Phenom by Florida Football Magazine prior to 2008 season...Named to Florida Postseason Top 100 by Miami Herald...Did not play his senior season due to ACL/MCL injury...Registered 74 tackles, 28 tackles for loss, 11 sacks, four forced fumbles and five blocked kicks in his final season of high school action as junior...Booker High captured district championship that season...Coach at Booker: Fred Gilmore. Scholarship: Hoyal Fields Johnson Athletic Scholarship

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2009 (USC) UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS San Jose State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Ohio State 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Washington St. 3 0 3 1/5 1/5 0 0 0 0 at California 1 1 2 0.5/3 0.5/3 0 0 0 0 at Notre Dame 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oregon State 1 0 1 1/8 1/8 0 0 1 0 at Oregon 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Arizona State 2 0 2 1/6 1/6 1 0 1 0 Stanford 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UCLA 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Arizona Boston Col. (bowl) 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2009 Totals 11 7 18 3.5/22 3.5/22 1 0/0 3 0/0

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2008 (USC) UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS at Virginia 2 0 2 1/5 1/5 1 0 0 0 Ohio State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Oregon State - - - - - - - - Oregon 1 0 1 1/3 1/3 0 0 0 0 Arizona State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Wash. St. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Arizona - - - - - - - - Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 California - - - - - - - - at Stanford 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Notre Dame 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 - - - - - - - - at UCLA Penn State (bowl) - - - - - - - - 2008 Totals 4 0 4 2/8 2/8 1 0/0 1 0/0


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austin johnson

game’s second play versus South Carolina...Added one rush for two yards, and one tackle on special teams. 2008 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 6/0 Made collegiate debut against UAB...Appeared in five of last six games...Contributed on special teams and fullback responsibilities...Named to VolScholar Honor Roll. SUPERLATIVES •2009 & 2010 Academic All-SEC •2008 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll

Junior (RS) | Sq. linebacker

senior | 3L linebacker

5-11 | 215 | Cordova | Marketing & Logistics

6-2 | 240 | Hickory, N.C. | Communications

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 • Sophomore – Squad member.

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 31/0 2011 • Senior Shared UT’s 2011 John Stucky Hard Knox Award, presented to the players who demonstrate the best physical and mental conditioning during the offseason program.

2009 – Redshirted. 2008 • Freshman – Squad member...Appeared in Tennessee’s 37-21 junior varsity win over Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy. HIGH SCHOOL • St. George’s Named Tennessee’s 2007 Mr. Football (back) for Div. II-Class A...Two-time All-State by Tennessee Sports Writers Association, and named 2007 All-State by Tennessee Football Coaches Association...Twice named Best of Preps by Commercial Appeal...Paced St. George’s to perfect 12-0 season in 2007 and Div. II-A state championship win over SBEC...Rushed that season for 25 touchdowns and more than 1,000 yards...Tops in Memphis metro area as junior in 2006 with 26 touchdowns while rushing for more than 1,000 yards...Led St. George’s to 9-2 record and berth in Div. II-A state title game...Shooting guard in basketball, helping team to state runner-up finish as junior...Also played centerfield and catcher in baseball...Coach at St. George’s: Ken Netherland.

2010 • Junior • Games/Starts: 13/0 Switched to linebacker after spending first two seasons as a fullback…One of four Vols to see action in every single quarter in 2010…Fourth among UT linebackers with 44 tackles and 11th on the team… Tied for second on the Vols with nine special teams tackles…Also tied for fourth on the squad with a pair of takeaways (1 INT, 1 FR)…Compiled 3.5 tackles for loss…Finished in the top three for UT in tackles five times, including a career-best nine vs. UAB, second-most on the Vols…Posted six tackles vs. Georgia and Alabama and five stops vs. UT Martin and Mississippi…Also had first career interception vs. UT Martin and teamed with Greg King to record UT’s lone safety of the season against the Skyhawks…Ripped football out of the hands of Florida’s Jeff Demps to give UT the ball back at midfield in the fourth quarter as the Vols trailed by 14…Lone forced fumble and fumble recovery led to a touchdown...Contributed a pair of tackles vs. Memphis, Vanderbilt and North Carolina...Earned UT’s Andy Spiva Award as the team’s defensive surprise player of 2010 spring practice period. 2009 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 12/0 Played fullback first two seasons...Helped lead the way for Montario Hardesty to rush for more than 1,300 yards...Also caught six passes for 68 yards... Included was 38-yard touchdown reception on

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HIGH SCHOOL • Hickory Enrolled at UT in January 2008 and participated in spring drills...All-State in 2006 and 2007...Three-time All-Conference linebacker, including final two seasons as conference Defensive Player of the Year... Team MVP junior year...2007 Shrine Bowl participant and captain of North Carolina squad against South Carolina all-stars...2007 Carolina Panthers Community Captain for success on the field, in the classroom and throughout the community...Started three years at linebacker and two at fullback...Finished with 580 career tackles...Had 160 tackles as sophomore, 211 as junior and 210 senior year...As senior, rushed 108 times for 692 yards and 18 touchdowns and had 35 receptions for 470 yards...Also excelled in baseball... National Honor Society and Beta Club member... Coach at Hickory: John Worley. SCHOLARSHIP: Shuler Family Athletic Scholarship Endowment

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2008 6 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 -2009 12 1 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 1-SC 2010 13 22 22 44 0/0 3.5/12 1 1/0 1 1/0 9-UAB Totals 31 23 22 45 0/0 3.5/12 1 1/0 1 1/0 9-UAB

CAREER HIGHS Tackles Tackles For Loss

9 vs. UAB, 9/25/10 1.5 vs. UT Martin, 9/4/10

Game-by-Game Statistics

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2010 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS UT Martin 3 2 5 0 1.5/6 0 0 1 1/0 Oregon 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 Florida 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 UAB 3 6 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 at LSU 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Georgia 2 4 6 0 1/1 0 0 0 0 Alabama 2 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 0

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS at South Carolina 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Memphis 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mississippi 4 1 5 0 1/5 0 0 0 0 at Vanderbilt 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kentucky 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 3.5/12 0 0 1 1/0 2010 Totals 21 23 44 0

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junior | 1L linebacker 6-2 | 235 | Memphis | Sociology CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 13/2 2010 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 4/0 Saw action in four games before season-ending knee surgery following the Georgia game…Compiled a seasonbest four tackles against Oregon…Teamed with Austin Johnson to record UT’s lone safety in 2010 vs. UT Martin on the way to a three-tackle performance…Lone tackle at Georgia came on third down to force Georgia to punt on its final possession. 2009 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 9/2 Saw action in nine games, making two starts, at demanding middle linebacker spot before missing final two contests because of injury...Finished season with 24 tackles...Grabbed interception against South Carolina that gave Vols possession near midfield...Tennessee scored on ensuing drive...Game highs of six tackles against both Ohio and Vanderbilt...Had 1½ tackles for loss. HIGH SCHOOL • Melrose Class 4A Tennessee Sports Writers All-State Team... Named No. 9 overall prospect in Tennessee by Knoxville News-Sentinel prior to 2008 season...Posted 130 tackles with four sacks and four forced fumbles as senior...Notched 70 tackles, 10 sacks and four forced fumbles as junior...Coach at Melrose: Hubbard Alexander.


PLAYER PROFILES

CAREER STATS  Defense

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2009 9 14 10 24 0/0 1.5/1 0 0 3 1/8 6-2x 2010 4 1 7 8 0/0 0.5/1 0 0 0 0/0 4-Ore Totals 13 15 17 32 0/0 2/2 0 0 3 1/8 6-2x

CAREER HIGHS Tackles Tackles For Loss

6 (2x), last vs. Vanderbilt, 11/21/09 1 at Florida, 9/19/09

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herman lathers

2009 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 13/5 Claimed starting role at middle linebacker for season’s final five games and turned in Freshman AllSEC performance (Coaches and Sporting News)... Replaced injured Savion Frazier after Frazier had taken over for injured Nick Reveiz...Made most of his opportunity by compiling 43 of his season’s 52 tackles in those five starts...Finished fifth on team in tackles with 52...Turned in standout late-season performances against Vanderbilt and in Chick-fil-A Bowl against Virginia Tech, registering 12 tackles in each contest...Also contributed 1½ tackles for loss against Hokies...Added seven-tackle performance at Mississippi and six-tackle effort at Kentucky. 2008 – Redshirted. SUPERLATIVES •2009 Coaches & SN All-SEC Freshman Team •2009 & 2010 Academic All-SEC •2008 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll

junior (RS) | 2L linebacker 6-0 | 220 | Baton Rouge, La. | Sport Management

HIGH SCHOOL • Scotlandville Named All-State, All-Metro and All-District 5-5A as senior in 2007...Most Valuable Interior Player in U.S. Army Red Stick Bowl Game following senior season...Baton Rouge Advocate Second Dozen...PrepStar All-Region...Tallied 114 tackles with 18 tack-

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Scholarship: Sam J. McAllester Athletic Endowment

CAREER STATS  Defense

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS 2009 13 28 24 52 0/0 2.5/9 0 0 0 0/0 2010 12 44 31 75 2.5/16 4.5/17 0 0 1 0/0 Totals 25 72 55 127 2.5/16 7/26 0 0 1 0/0

HIGH TKLE 12-2x 10-2x 12-2x

CAREER HIGHS

Tackles 12 (2x, last vs. Virginia Tech, 12/31/09) Tackles For Loss 2 at South Carolina, 10/30/10 Sacks 1 (2x, last at South Carolina, 10/30/10

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2009 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS Western Ky. 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 UCLA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Florida Ohio 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Auburn 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Georgia 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Alabama 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 South Carolina 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Memphis 3 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Mississippi 2 5 7 0 1/5 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 Vanderbilt 9 3 at Kentucky 2 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 Va. Tech (bowl) 8 4 12 0 1.5/4 0 0 0 0 24 52 0 2.5/9 0 0 0 0 2009 Totals 28 SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS 2010 UT Martin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oregon Florida 2 5 7 0 0.5/0 0 0 0 0 UAB - - - - - - - - 4 6 10 0.5/2 1/2 0 0 0 0 at LSU at Georgia 4 3 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 5 1/7 1/7 0 0 0 0 Alabama at South Carolina 6 1 7 1/7 2/8 0 0 0 0 at Memphis 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mississippi 3 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Vanderbilt 8 2 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kentucky 7 1 8 0 0 0 0 1 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 3 4 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 2010 Totals 44 31 75 2.5/16 4.5/17 0 0 1 0

senior (RS) | 3L defensive lineman 6-4 | 265 | Cincinnati, Ohio | Communications CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 33/11 2010 Redshirted and missed season after tearing an Achilles tendon in August...Suffered same injury to opposite leg in February 2011. 2009 • Junior • Games/Starts: 13/11 Hard work paid off for prototype defensive end, leading to 38 tackles and big-play ability...Finished second among the Vols in both sacks (3½) and forced fumbles (2)...3½ sacks set opponents back 32 yards...Started season’s final 11 games...Best tackle day was career-high seven at Mississippi... Ended season with four tackles in Chick-fil-A Bowl against Virginia Tech...Forced fumbles came against Memphis and Kentucky...Play against Memphis led to Vols TD four plays later...Solo sacks came against Western Kentucky, Florida and Memphis for combined 29 yards in losses...Sack against Gators was for Vols season best 14-yard loss...Added half-sack at Ole Miss...Three pass deflections tied for fourth on team. 2008 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 12/0 Speed rusher finished fourth on team with six quarterback hurries...Appeared in every game as backup on defensive line...Recorded 18 tackles -- highest total among all reserve defensive linemen...Recorded first career sack at Auburn...Had career-high three tackles in consecutive weeks against Alabama and South Carolina...Forced fumble against Mississippi State. 2007 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 8/0 Bounced back from minor preseason injury that delayed playing debut until mid-September...Ap97

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS 2010 UT Martin 1 2 3 0 0.5/1 0 0 0 0 Oregon 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 Florida 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UAB - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - at LSU at Georgia 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 (Season-ending knee surgery) 2010 Totals 1 7 8 0 0.5/1 0 0 0 0

les-for-loss and five sacks during senior year...Also had two interceptions...As junior at Istrouma High School, had 96 tackles and 14 sacks...Played two years at Istrouma in Baton Rouge before finishing at Scotlandville...Coach at Scotlandville: Richard Oliver.

2010 REVIEW

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2009 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS Western Ky. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Florida 1 0 1 0 1/1 0 0 0 0 4 2 6 0 0 0 0 1 0 Ohio Auburn 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Alabama 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 South Carolina 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1/8 Memphis 2 2 4 0 0.5/0 0 0 0 0 at Mississippi 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 Vanderbilt 5 1 6 0 0 0 0 1 0 2009 Totals 14 10 24 0 1.5/1 0 0 3 1/8

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 25/17 2010 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 12/12 Started in all 12 games he played in, missing only the UAB game with an ankle injury…Among the Vols, ranked second in tackles with 75, fourth in sacks with 2.5 and sixth in tackles for loss with 4.5 (all are career highs)…Added three quarterback hurries…14th in SEC contests with an average of 7.5 tackles per and tied for 19th overall in the league with 6.2 takedowns per game…Led UT three times in tackles, including a season-best 10-tackle performance vs. Vanderbilt…Also added 10 tackles at LSU…Teamed with Gerald Williams for first career sack on LSU’s final drive, also adding a TFL…Tallied a career-high two TFLs at South Carolina, including a sack towards the end of the third quarter to force a three-and-out…Other TFL came on third-and-13 to force a field goal attempt…Posted first career pass breakup vs. Kentucky while adding eight tackles… In a five-tackle outing vs. Alabama, Lathers notched UT’s only sack to force a third-and-long and was credited with a QB hurry on third down to hold the Tide to a field goal…Notched seven tackles vs. Florida, Georgia and North Carolina, leading UT against the Bulldogs…Registered six stops against both Oregon and Mississippi.

OUTLOOK STAFF THE VOLS

SCHOLARSHIP: Charlie & Mai Coffey Scholarship Endowment Fund


THE VOLS peared in all but three of season’s final 11 regular season games...Contributed two tackles each against Arkansas State, Georgia and Louisiana-Lafayette. SUPERLATIVES •2009 SEC Good Works Team HIGH SCHOOL • La Salle Parade All-America as 2006 linebacker...State’s No. 1 overall prospect by Rivals.com and Scout.com...Gatorade Player of the Year in Ohio...All-League Player of the Year as senior...First-team All-State as a senior and second-team All-State as junior...Two-time All-Region, All-League and All-City...Co-Defensive Lineman of the Year as a junior...Totaled 112 tackles with 14 tackles-for-loss and eight sacks as senior linebacker...Against Elder in 2006, earned 20 tackles and two sacks...As junior, tallied 71 tackles with 15 tackles-for-loss, 14 sacks, three forced fumbles and 15 quarterback hurries while playing mostly defensive end...Three-year starter on defense...Two-year starter on basketball team...Coach at La Salle: Tom Grippa. SCHOLARSHIPS: Charlene O. Bartholomew Endowment Fund; Paul W. (Buddy) Enoch, Jr. Endowment Scholarship Fund

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2008 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS at UCLA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UAB 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Florida 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Auburn 2 0 2 1/3 1/3 0 0 0 0 Northern Ill. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Georgia 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mississippi St. 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 Alabama 2 1 3 0 1/6 0 0 0 0 at S. Carolina 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wyoming 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Vanderbilt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kentucky 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2008 Totals 13 5 18 1/3 2/9 1 0 0 0 SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2009 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS Western Ky. 1 0 1 1/7 1/7 0 0 1 0 UCLA 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1/14 1/14 0 0 1 0 at Florida Ohio 3 1 4 0 1/1 0 0 0 0 Auburn 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Georgia 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Alabama 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 South Carolina Memphis 1 2 3 1/8 1/8 1 0 0 0 at Mississippi 4 3 7 0.5/3 0.5/3 0 0 0 0 Vanderbilt 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Kentucky 3 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 Va. Tech (bowl) 2009 Totals 20 18 38 3.5/32 4.5/33 2 0 3 0

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2010 13 6 7 13 1/6 2/8 0 0 0 0/0 3-Miss

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2007 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS at Florida 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Arkansas State 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Georgia 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Alabama 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 La.-Lafayette 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Arkansas 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Kentucky 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 LSU (SEC) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2007 Totals 2 5 7 0 0 0 0 0 0

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CAREER HIGHS Tackles

3 vs. Mississippi, 11/13/10

Game-by-Game Statistics

7 at Mississippi, 11/14/09 1 (6x vs. Memphis, 11/7/09)

Game-by-Game Statistics

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SCHOLARSHIP: John Dail Ogle Athletic Endowment Fund

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2007 8 2 5 7 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0/0 2-3x 2008 12 13 5 18 1/3 2/9 1 0 0 0/0 3-2x 2009 13 20 18 38 3.5/32 4.5/33 2 0 3 0/0 7-Miss Totals 33 35 28 63 4.5/35 6.5/42 3 0 3 0/0 7-Miss

Tackles Tackles For Loss

HIGH SCHOOL • Byrnes Enrolled at UT in January and participated in spring drills...Ranked as No. 3 weakside defensive end in nation and No. 2 overall prospect in South Carolina by Rivals.com...Ranked as No. 10 overall defensive end by Scout.com...Member of PrepStar Top 150 Dream Team...Selected to play in U.S. Army All-American Bowl...Named Class 4A All-State first-team and participated in Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas as senior...Named USA Today Pre-Season All-America as senior...Received All-Area, All-Region and second-team All-State honors as junior...During senior season, totaled 146 tackles and 18 sacks... Added 119 tackles, 19 tackles-for-loss, 34 quarterback hurries and eight sacks as junior...Registered 109 tackles and four sacks as sophomore...Finished four-year career with 388 total tackles and 38 sacks... Helped lead Byrnes to state championships during his sophomore and junior seasons with combined overall record of 29-1...Team advanced to state runner-up finish his senior season and 13-2 record... Also played basketball during freshman and sophomore seasons...Coach at Byrnes: Chris Miller.

CAREER STATS

Career Stats

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CAREER HIGHS

a pair of stops vs. LSU and Alabama and compiled four one-tackle performances.

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sophomore | 1L defensive lineman 6-3 | 265 | Wellford, S.C. | Sport Management CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 13/2 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 13/2 Played in all 13 games, including two starts…One of seven UT true freshmen to play in every game this season…Finished freshman season with 13 tackles, two of those for loss, and a sack…Started first career game at defensive tackle vs. Oregon and posted a pair of tackles…Notched a career-high three tackles and his first career sack vs. Mississippi…Recorded

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS 2010 UT Martin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oregon Florida 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UAB 1 0 1 0 1/2 0 0 0 0 at LSU 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Georgia 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Alabama 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 at South Carolina 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Memphis 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mississippi 2 1 3 1/6 1/6 0 0 0 0 at Vanderbilt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kentucky 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2010 Totals 6 7 13 1/6 2/8 0 0 0 0

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sophomore | Sq. wide receiver 6-5 | 210 | Mascoutah, Ill. | Journalism & Electronic Media CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 4/0 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 4/0 Saw action in four games, including his first career game at LSU. HIGH SCHOOL • Mascoutah Practiced with Vols during mid-December lead in to Chick-fil-A Bowl, then enrolled at UT in January and participated in spring drills...No. 6 prospect in Illinois by Rivals, and No. 20 wide receiver in nation by Scout.com...PrepStar Magazine All-Region... Shared Small-School Football Player of the Year honors from Belleville (Ill.) News-Democrat...Rushed for 1,309 yards and 20 TDs as senior, while catching 14 passes for 232 yards...In addition to receiving duties, also took direct snaps in “wildcat” position... On first play at that position, rushed 76 yards for TD against Waterloo...Finished Waterloo game with 267 rushing yards and three touchdowns on just 10 carries, scoring on runs of 76, 67 and 36...Also rushed for 240 yards and three touchdowns against Triad and 226 yards and three TDs against Civic Memorial...In playoff loss to Rochester, rolled up 182 yards rushing with three TDs, including 67-yard run and 97-yard kickoff return...Caught 40 passes as junior for 797 yards and nine touchdowns...Coach at Mascoutah: Scott Battas. SCHOLARSHIP: Jim & Natalie Haslam Athletic Scholarship


PLAYER PROFILES nigel mitchell-thornton

Scholarship: Condredge Holloway Athletic Endowment

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nash nance

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2009 8 5 4 9 0/0 1/3 0 0 0 0/0 5-Ohio 2010 10 2 3 5 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0/0 1-4x Totals 18 7 7 14 0/0 1/3 0 0 0 0/0 5-Ohio

CAREER HIGHS Tackles

5 vs. Ohio, 9/26/09

Game-by-Game Statistics

junior | 2L linebacker

2009 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 8/0 Finished freshman season with nine tackles, including one for lost yardage...Tackle for loss came against Western Kentucky and helped force Hilltoppers punt...Game-high five tackles against Ohio. SUPERLATIVES •2010 Academic All-SEC HIGH SCHOOL • Stephenson Enrolled at UT in January 2009 and participated in spring drills...Selected to Georgia 150 by Atlanta Journal Constitution...Selected to play in GACA North-South All-Star Game...Selected 2008 Region 5-2A Defensive Player of Year...Earned All-Region and All-DeKalb County honors three times...Named to All-State second team in 2007...Posted 119 total tackles, 10 TFL and two sacks as senior...Also picked off three passes and returned two for touchdowns... Notched 102 total tackles, 12 TFL and six sacks as junior while forcing four fumbles...Led team to region crown his senior season...Named to Stephenson’s Honor Roll all four years...Coach at Stephenson: Ronald Gartrell.

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2010 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS UT Martin - - - - - - - - Oregon - - - - - - - - Florida - - - - - - - 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 UAB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at LSU at Georgia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Alabama at South Carolina 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Memphis 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mississippi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Vanderbilt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kentucky N. Carolina (bowl) 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2010 Totals 2 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 0

freshman (RS) | Sq. quarterback

sophomore | 1L tailback

6-3 | 208 | Calhoun, Ga. | Finance

5-11 | 210 | Fayetteville, Ga. | Arts & Sciences

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Redshirted.

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 10/0 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 10/0 Played in 10 games as a freshman for Tennessee… Rushed 46 times for 197 yards and caught seven passes for 100 yards…Provided a balanced weapon for the UT offense, averaging 4.3 yards per carry and 14.3 yards per reception…Recorded UT’s secondhighest rushing total in four games…Saw first action in season opener vs. UT Martin, setting career bests with nine rushes for 79 yards and a long of 40 yards…Hauled in first three career receptions at Georgia for 70 yards, including UT’s longest play of the game, a 58-yard wheel route that advanced the Vols to the Georgia 2-yard line and set up one of UT’s two touchdowns three plays later…Also returned first career kick 15 yards against the Bulldogs…Tied career high with nine rushing attempts in Music City Bowl vs. North Carolina, which went for 28 yards...Also hauled in a seven-yard reception... Ran six times for 36 yards, caught a pair of passes for 29 yards and returned two kickoffs for 38 yards vs. Alabama…26-yard reception in the third quarter was UT’s longest passing play vs. the Tide…Finished with 16 yards on six rushes at South Carolina.

HIGH SCHOOL • Calhoun Class AA All-State quarterback by Georgia Sportswriters...Named All-Area by both Chattanooga Times-Free Press and Rome News Tribune...As a senior in 2009, completed 203 of 297 passes for 3,017 yards and 29 touchdowns against only eight interceptions...Also carried 78 times for an additional 359 yards, a 4.3-yard average...As junior at Darlington High School, threw for 700 yards and rushed for another 600...High school teammate of UT wide receiver Da’Rick Rogers at both Calhoun and Darlington high schools...Helped Calhoun to 14-1 finish in 2009 and berth in Class AA state championship game...Competed three years in basketball and two in track and field (400M)...Placed fifth individually in 2009 Class AA state golf championship...National Honor Society member and Fellowship of Christian Athletes huddle leader...Coach at Calhoun: Hal Lamb. Scholarship: Jack Clark Athletic Scholarship Endowment

HIGH SCHOOL • Sandy Creek Associated Press All-State and Class AAAA Offensive Player of the Year...Ranked as the No. 9 Tailback in the nation and No. 151 overall prospect on the Rivals250 list by Rivals.com...Also rated as the No. 11 prospect in Georgia...Named the No. 31 running back by Scout.com...Atlanta Journal-Constitution Top 50... Georgia Sportswriters Class AAAA State Offensive Player of the Year...All-Region 5-AAAA by the coaches...Ran for 166 yards and one touchdown in 2009 state title game win over Clarke Central...Helped lead 99

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CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 18/0 2010 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 10/0 Played in a career-high 10 games for Tennessee and saw extensive action on special teams…All five tackles came on special teams, tied for seventh on the team…First action of 2010 came against UAB and he delivered with his first tackle of the season… Had tackles in four of the last six games.

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2009 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS Western Ky. 2 0 2 0 1/3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UCLA at Florida 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ohio 2 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 Auburn - - - - - - - - Georgia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Alabama - - - - - - - - South Carolina - - - - - - - - Memphis 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Vanderbilt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Kentucky - - - - - - - - Va. Tech (bowl) 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2009 Totals 5 4 9 0 1/3 0 0 0 0

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6-1 | 235 | Stone Mountain, Ga. | Entrepreneurship Management

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THE VOLS Sandy Creek to Class AAAA state championship in 2009 over Clarke Central...Coach at Sandy Creek: Chip Walker.

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robert nelson

Scholarship: Lee/Sprouse Family Athletic Scholarship Endowment

YEAR 2010

NET AVG AVG HIGH G ATT YDS ATT GM TD LONG YDS 10 46 197 4.3 19.7 0 40-UTM 79-UTM

NET AVG AVG HIGH G REC YDS REC GM TD LONG YDS 10 7 100 14.3 10.0 0 58-UGA 70-UGA

CAREER HIGHS

Rush Attempts 9 (2x, last vs. North Carolina, 12/30/10) Rushing Yards 79 vs. UT Martin, 9/4/10 3 vs. Georgia, 10/9/10 Receptions Receiving Yards 70 vs. Georgia, 10/9/10

Game-by-Game Statistics

 Rushing & Receiving

2010 ATT YDS TD REC YDS TD UT Martin 9 79 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 Oregon Florida - - - - - UAB 4 20 0 0 0 0 at LSU 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Georgia 2 3 0 3 70 0 6 36 0 2 29 0 Alabama at South Carolina 6 16 0 1 -6 0 at Memphis 4 14 0 0 0 0 Mississippi 4 -1 0 0 0 0 at Vanderbilt - - - - - Kentucky - - - - - N. Carolina (bowl) 9 28 0 1 7 0 2010 Totals 46 197 0 7 100 0

marques pair

HIGH SCHOOL • St. Peter’s Prep School Named No. 9 overall recruit in Northeast by SuperPrep Magazine...First Team All-County and third team All-State as senior...Hudson County Player of the Year by The Star-Ledger as junior after rushing for 1,407 yards and 23 touchdowns that season... Also standout in track and field...Coach at St. Peter’s: Rich Hansen.

 Receiving YEAR 2010

66

2009 – Redshirted.

CAREER STATS  Rushing

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 • Freshman – Had surgery in May to repair torn ACL and missed entire season.

sophomore (RS) | Sq. linebacker 5-11 | 210 | Stone Mountain, Ga. | Anthropology

Scholarship: Plateau Athletic Scholarship Fund

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tyler page

2009 – Redshirted.

Scholarship: Robinson & Holcomb Family Athletic Scholarship Endowment Fund

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naz oliver

6-5 | 310 | Sumter, S.C. | Communications CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Redshirted.

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Squad member.

HIGH SCHOOL • Stone Mountain Twice named to Atlanta Journal-Constitution AllState team...Amassed 383 stops and 24 sacks for his high school career...Accumulated 151 tackles during senior campaign...Posted 176 tackles, 25 tackles for loss and 18 sacks as junior...Also member of Stone Mountain’s basketball team...Coach at Stone Mountain: Charles Reeves.

freshman (RS) | Sq. offensive lineman

freshman (RS) | Sq. defensive back 6-3 | 193 | Candler, N.C. | Arts & Sciences CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Redshirted.

HIGH SCHOOL • Sumter Named the No. 16 prospect in South Carolina and No. 49 offensive tackle by Rivals.com...Rated as the No. 80 offensive tackle by Scout.com...Selected to PrepStar Magazine’s All-Region team...Participated in South Carolina’s North-South All-Star Game... Helped Sumter to 2009 Region VI-4A championship and 10-3 record...Sumter finished as Class 4A state runner-up in 2008...Competes as a center on basketball team...Coach at Sumter: Paul Sorrells. Scholarship: Lewis N. Houston Athletic Scholarship Endowment

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michael palardy

HIGH SCHOOL • Asheville Started all four years at quarterback...Threw for 10,138 yards and 120 touchdowns...Also rushed for 2,935 yards and 55 TDs...Best statistical season came as a senior, in which he amassed 3,247 passing yards and 32 TDs, while leading Asheville to a 10-1 record and the NACA Division I Championship...Also helped team to 10-1 record as a junior...Coach at Asheville: Todd Page.

sophomore (RS) | Sq. defensive back 5-10 | 177 | Jersey City, N.J. | Communications 100

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PLAYER PROFILES

YEAR G FG FGA PCT PAT PTS 0-29 30-39 40-49 50+ LONG 2010 11 5 7 71.4 13-14 28 1-1 4-4 0-1 0-1 39-USC

 Punting

YEAR G NO YDS AVG TB FC I20 50+ BK LONG 2010 11 4 157 39.2 0 1 0 1 0 51-LSU

CAREER HIGHS

Field Goals Made 3 vs. Memphis, 11/6/10 Field Goals Attempted 3 vs. Memphis, 11/6/10 Longest Conversion 39 vs. South Carolina, 10/30/10 Longest Attempt 52 vs. Alabama, 10/23/10 3 vs. Kentucky, 11/27/10 Punts Punting Average 51.0 vs. LSU, 10/2/10 Long 51 vs. LSU, 10/2/10

Game-by-Game Statistics

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2010 UT Martin Oregon Florida UAB at LSU at Georgia Alabama at South Carolina at Memphis Mississippi at Vanderbilt Kentucky N. Carolina (bowl) Totals

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FG-FGA SEQUENCE -- --- --- --- -0-1 45 -- -1-2 (33), 52 1-1 (39) 3-3 (24), (32), (33) -- --- --- --- -5-7 Long-39 USC

2010 NO YDS AVG TB FC I20 50+ LONG UT Martin - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Oregon Florida - - - - - - - UAB - - - - - - - 1 51 51.0 0 0 0 1 51 at LSU at Georgia - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Alabama at South Carolina - - - - - - - at Memphis - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi at Vanderbilt - - - - - - - 3 106 35.3 0 1 0 0 46 Kentucky N. Carolina (bowl) - - - - - - - 2010 Totals 4 157 39.2 0 1 0 1 51

senior | 3L tailback 5-10 | 215 | Toccoa, Ga. | Sport Management CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 38/13 2011 • Senior Shared UT’s 2011 Fourth Quarter Off-Season Award, presented to players who consistently compete with the intangible values that provide the foundation of the UT Football Program: attitude, discipline, toughness, effort and team. 2010 • Junior • Games/Starts: 13/13 Earned AP All-SEC honorable mention accolades... Started all 13 games at tailback…In first full season as the main rusher for the Vols, Poole rushed for 1,034 yards and 11 touchdowns on 204 carries and caught 22 passes for 171 yards and one TD…Recorded six 100-yard games, tied for the SEC lead… Second UT running back in the last decade to notch six 100-yard rushing games in the same season... Rushed for the 16th 1,000-yard season all-time at UT…15th UT running back to log a 1,000-yard rushing season...1,034 yards ranks as the 14th-most in an individual season in UT history...Ranked eighth in the SEC with 79.5 rushing yards per game…Led team with 12 total touchdowns and 72 points...16 plays of 20-plus yards ranked second on the team… In just his second career start, rushed for a careerhigh 162 yards vs. Oregon, including a 140-yard, first-half effort that ranks as the seventh most by a UT running back in an opening half all-time…111 of those yards came in the first quarter alone…Totaled four rushes more than 15 yards and a long of 39…Became the first individual to rush for over 100 yards against Alabama in 41 games with 117 rushing yards against the Tide, including a career-long 59-yard TD run to help put UT ahead 7-0…In first career start, rushed for 110 yards and two TDs on 17 carries in three quarters vs. UT Martin…First career

TD came on a 24-yard breakaway to give the Vols a 20-0 lead vs. the Skyhawks...Posted 101 yards rushing, a career-high 50 receiving yards and two total TDs at Memphis…Used a personal-best reception of 41 yards to set up first career TD catch vs. the Tigers…Tallied 107 yards on just 12 carries (8.9 ypc) and reached the end zone multiple times for the third game…TD runs went for 36 and 35 yards… Carried the ball a career-high 24 times at LSU for 109 yards and added a one-yard rushing TD...Caught a career-high four passes for 16 yards while rushing 11 times for 40 yards in Music City Bowl vs. North Carolina…Totaled at least three receptions four times in 2010 (UO, UF, USC, UNC)…Registered 99 rushing yards at Vanderbilt…Notched 59 yards on the ground vs. Kentucky and found the end zone for UT’s go-ahead TD to give the Vols the lead for good, 21-14…Marked fourth consecutive game with a TD…Plunged into the end zone on third-and-goal from two yards out at Georgia for UT’s lone secondhalf score…Left early with a thigh injury vs. UAB. 2009 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 13/0 Though time on offense was limited, found ways to contribute via special teams...Still managed 86 rushing yards on 12 carries...Had 62 of those yards on five attempts in opener, both season bests... Season-long carry of 34 yards came against Western Kentucky...Carried three times for 15 yards in Chickfil-A Bowl against Virginia Tech. 2008 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 12/0 Saw majority of action on special teams and as backup tailback...Recorded four special teams tackles...Rushed nine times for 43 yards against UAB... Had season-highs in attempts (11) and yards (44) against Wyoming...Also caught his first collegiate pass in that game against the Cowboys. SUPERLATIVES •2010 Associated Press All-SEC Honorable Mention •2009 & 2010 Academic All-SEC •2008 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll HIGH SCHOOL • Stephens County Enrolled at UT in January 2008 and participated in spring drills...Twice named player of the year by various media outlets, including Anderson (S.C.) Independent-Mail in 2007...Set school career rushing (5,519) and touchdown (79) records during four-year career...Rushed for 5,413 of those recordsetting yards during final three varsity seasons... Finished with 2,138 rushing yards during senior campaign, 1,925 yards as junior and 1,350 rushing yards sophomore season...Helped Stephens 101

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HIGH SCHOOL • St. Thomas Aquinas Rated as the No. 2 overall, No. 3 most versatile and No. 5 most accurate kicker by Rivals.com...Ranked as the No. 1 overall kicker by Scout.com...EA Sports All-America first team...Participated in the 2010 U.S. Army All-American Game...Honored as FSWA first-team all-state as a senior in 2009 and FSWA third-team all-state as a junior in 2008...Earned 2009 All-State honors by SunStateFootball.com...Named All-County as a senior and junior...Left-footer averaged better than 47.0 yards per punt as senior and all but five of his 43 kickoffs went for touchbacks... Added seven field goals in 2009...As a junior, was 76-of-78 on extra points and 98-percent of kickoffs were touchbacks...Helped lead St. Thomas Aquinas to 5A state championship in 2008...Coach at St. Thomas Aquinas: George Smith.

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OUTLOOK STAFF THE VOLS

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 11/6 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 11/6 Started in six games and played in 11 overall, serving in multiple capacities for the Tennessee special teams unit…Handled kickoff duties for UT for most of the season and started five games, in addition to two starts at punter…Also served as UT’s field goal kicker while Daniel Lincoln was unable to play with a leg injury for five games from the LSU through Memphis games…Tied for third in UT annals for season field goal percentage (.714) with a minimum five made (5-of-7)…Started at both positions at LSU and punted for the first time, a seasonlong 51-yarder…Also missed first career field goal, a 45-yard attempt, but scored his first points as a Vol with two PATs…Converted first field goal at UT vs. Alabama, a 33-yarder that cut the Vols’ deficit to three heading into halftime, and added a PAT…Connected on career highs of three field goals and five PATs at Memphis…Three field goals were a season best for the Vols…Nailed a career-long 39-yard FG to give the Vols a 3-0 lead at South Carolina…Filled in on punting duties vs. Kentucky for the injured Chad Cunningham and executed UT’s second fake punt of 2010, rushing 16 yards for a first down… Although UT didn’t score on that drive, the Vols forced a three-and-out on UK’s next series after the defense had more time to recover…Also punted a season-high three times for an average of 39.2 yards per punt…First action came vs. Oregon with his first career kickoff.


THE VOLS County to three consecutive region titles...His high school coach, Travis Noland, previously was former Vols quarterback Jonathan Crompton’s high school coach in Waynesville, N.C....Member of Academic All-State team...Coach at Stephens County: Travis Noland. Scholarship: Jack Brewer Athletic Scholarship Endowment

CAREER STATS  Rushing YEAR 2008 2009 2010 Totals

NET AVG AVG HIGH G ATT YDS ATT GM TD LONG YDS 12 22 86 3.9 7.2 0 19-UAB 44-Wyo 13 10 85 8.5 6.5 0 34-WKy 62-WKy 13 204 1,034 5.1 79.5 11 59-Ala 162-Ore 38 236 1,205 5.1 31.7 11 59-Ala 162-Ore

YEAR 2008 2009 2010 Totals

NET AVG AVG HIGH G REC YDS REC GM TD LONG YDS 12 1 -1 -- -- 0 -- -13 1 9 9.0 0.7 0 9-Van 9-Van 13 22 171 7.8 13.2 1 41-Mem 50-Mem 38 24 179 7.5 4.7 1 41-Mem 50-Mem

 Receiving

ATT YDS TD at Mississippi 0 0 0 0 0 0 Vanderbilt at Kentucky 0 0 0 15 0 Va. Tech (bowl) 3 2009 Totals 10 85 0

REC YDS TD 0 0 0 1 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 9 0

ATT YDS TD 2010 UT Martin 17 110 2 23 162 1 Oregon 10 23 0 Florida UAB 6 23 0 24 109 1 at LSU at Georgia 15 51 1 14 117 1 Alabama 0 at South Carolina 16 33 at Memphis 16 101 1 12 107 2 Mississippi at Vanderbilt 23 99 1 17 59 1 Kentucky 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 11 40 2010 Totals 204 1,034 11

REC YDS TD 0 0 0 3 17 0 3 38 0 0 0 0 1 -2 0 2 14 0 1 8 0 3 21 0 2 50 1 1 -2 0 1 11 0 1 0 0 4 16 0 22 171 1

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CAREER STATS  Defense

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2010 11 5 9 14 0/0 1/1 0 0/0 0 0/0 6-UGA

CAREER HIGHS Tackles Tackles for loss

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Rushing Attempts 24 vs. LSU, 10/2/10 Rushing Yards 162 vs. Oregon, 9/11/10 2 (2x, last vs. Mississippi, 11/13/10) Rushing TDs Receptions 4 vs. North Carolina (bowl), 12/30/10 50 vs. Memphis, 11/6/10 Receiving Yards Total TDs 2 (3x, last vs. Mississippi, 11/13/10) All-Purpose Yards 179 vs. Oregon, 9/11/10

Game-by-Game Statistics

 Rushing & Receiving

2008 ATT YDS TD at UCLA 0 0 0 UAB 9 43 0 Florida 0 0 0 at Auburn 0 0 0 Northern Illinois 0 0 0 at Georgia 0 0 0 Mississippi State 2 -1 0 Alabama 0 0 0 at South Carolina 0 0 0 Wyoming 11 44 0 at Vanderbilt 0 0 0 Kentucky 0 0 0 2008 Totals 22 86 0

REC YDS TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0

2009 ATT YDS TD Western Ky. 5 62 0 UCLA 0 0 0 at Florida 0 0 0 Ohio 0 0 0 Auburn 0 0 0 Georgia 2 8 0 at Alabama 0 0 0 South Carolina 0 0 0 Memphis 0 0 0

REC YDS TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

sophomore | 1L linebacker 6-0 | 225 | Hoover, Ala. | Engineering CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 11/0 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 11/0 Earned Coaches’ All-SEC Freshman Team honors... Played in 11 games and totaled 14 tackles in first season as a Vol…Posted a career-best six tackles at Georgia, including his lone tackle for loss of the season…Recorded first two career tackles vs. UT Martin in the Vols’ season opener…Also registered a pair of tackles in win over Mississippi…Tallied a pair of one-tackle performances vs. Oregon and Memphis.

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doak raulston

Scholarship: M. Lee Mitchell Athletic Scholarship Endowment

6 at Georgia, 10/9/10 1 at Georgia, 10/9/10

Game-by-Game Statistics

CAREER HIGHS

102

pect in Alabama by Rivals.com...Ranked as the No. 39 overall inside linebacker by Scout.com...Participated in the 2009 Alabama/Mississippi All-Star Classic...Totaled over 160 tackles and six sacks as a senior in 2009...Tallied 174 tackles, 19 tackles-for-loss, six sacks and one interception as a junior in 2008... Finished career with 490 tackles, 31 tackles-forloss, over 15 sacks, and 17 quarterback pressures... Helped lead Hoover to the 6A Alabama State Championship in 2009...Coach at Hoover: Josh Niblett.

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2010 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS UT Martin 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oregon Florida 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UAB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at LSU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Georgia 1 5 6 0 1/1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Alabama - - - - - - - - at South Carolina at Memphis 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mississippi 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Vanderbilt - - - - - - - - Kentucky 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 2010 Totals 5 9 14 0 1/1 0 0 0 0

sophomore (RS) | Sq. quarterback 6-1 | 200 | Fort Worth,Texas | Communications CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Redshirted as a transfer from Louisiana Tech. HIGH SCHOOL • All Saints Episcopal Started two years at quarterback...Rated as a 3-star prospect and the 39th best pro style quarterback by Rivals.com...Earned First Team All-State honors as a senior and Second Team accolades as a junior... Led team to a state championship as a senior and an 18-3 record as a starter...Set school record with 4,676 passing yards...Completed 172-of-271 pass attempts for 3,026 yards and 28 touchdowns as a senior...Also rushed for 840 yards and eight TDs...As a junior, completed 82-of-142 for 1,650 yards and 19 TDs, while rushing for 345 yards and four TDs...Also played baseball for three years...Coach at All Saints Episcopal: Aaron Beck.

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SUPERLATIVES •2010 Coaches Freshman All-SEC Team HIGH SCHOOL • Hoover Alabama Sportswriters Class 6A All-State...Rated as the No. 25 overall inside linebacker and No. 35 pros-

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PLAYER PROFILES

2009 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 12/0 Steady performer who appeared in all but one game... Began as special teams performer but moved into reserve linebacking role by late season...Compiled seven tackles on season with five coming on special teams... Hard hit against Memphis player on kickoff return forced fumble that Vols recovered...Result was touchdown six plays later.

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2009 12 4 3 7 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0 0/0 4-Mem 2010 5 1 1 2 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 2-UTM Totals 17 5 4 9 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0 0/0 4-Mem

CAREER HIGHS Tackles

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 Receiving YEAR 2010

NET AVG AVG HIGH G REC YDS REC GM TD LONG YDS 13 11 112 10.2 8.6 0 26-Miss 35-Miss

CAREER HIGHS

JUNIOR (RS) | 1L tight end 6-3 | 254 | Valencia, Calif. | Communications

6-2 | 197 | Christiana | Wildlife & Fisheries CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 10/0 2010 • Junior – Squad member. 2009 • Sophomore – Squad member. 2008 – Redshirted as transfer from Austin Peay. AUSTIN PEAY 2007 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 10/0 Accepted full scholarship offer and handled kickoff duties for Governors during true freshman season. HIGH SCHOOL • Blackmon All-Region Specialist MVP...Inaugural recipient in 2006 of Harold “Cotton” Clark Spirit Award, presented by Middle Tennessee Chapter of National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame to Mid-State student who exemplifies highest qualities of sportsmanship...Award named for that chapter’s longtime executive secretary...Handed all kicking responsibilities for three varsity seasons...Longest field goal was 48 yards as sophomore...Played soccer three seasons...Sophomore soccer team advanced to Class AAA state semifinals...Coach at Blackmon: Bobby Wells.

3 vs. Memphis, 11/6/10 35 vs. Mississippi, 11/13/10

Game-by-Game Statistics

 Receiving

2010 REC YDS TD UT Martin 1 7 0 0 0 0 Oregon Florida 0 0 0 UAB 2 6 0 at LSU 0 0 0 at Georgia 1 4 0 1 16 0 Alabama at South Carolina 0 0 0 at Memphis 3 29 0 Mississippi 2 35 0 at Vanderbilt 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kentucky N. Carolina (bowl) 1 15 0 2010 Totals 11 112 0

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senior (RS) | Sq. placekicker/PUNTER

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 13/0 2010 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 13/0 Hauled in 11 receptions for 112 yards…Caught a critical 26-yard pass on third-and-13 to keep UT’s fourth touchdown drive vs. Mississippi alive…Catch was a career long and helped him finish with a personal-best 35 receiving yards…Snatched a careerbest three receptions for 29 yards at Memphis… First career reception was for seven yards in the opener against UT Martin…On the receiving end of a 16-yard pass vs. Alabama…Posted a pair of receptions good for six yards vs. UAB...Hauled in a 15-yard reception against North Carolina in the Music City Bowl.

Receptions Receiving Yards

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CAREER STATS

chip rhome

2007 – Redshirted.

MISCELLANEOUS His father, Fuad, is a Vols legend who played 11 seasons in the NFL...Brother, Nick, was UT’s leading tackler in 2010 (108) and played four years for the Vols.

record, as well as a fourth-place finish in the final state rankings and a second consecutive City Championship Sectional title...Coach at Birmingham Senior: Osorio Arnold. Scholarship: George Sampson Family Athletic Scholarship

4 vs. Memphis, 11/7/09

2008 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 0/0 Appeared as reserve in Tennessee’s junior varsity win over Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy.

HIGH SCHOOL • Farragut Earned 2006 All-State honors from Tennessee Sports Writers Association after registering more than 150 tackles from linebacker position...Played in Tennessee-Kentucky All-Star Game in Lexington, Ky....Compiled 120 tackles as junior...Helped Farragut to state quarterfinals both of those seasons...Served as football and wrestling captain...Finished fourth in state in 215-pound wrestling weight class...Also region champion as 189-pound sophomore...Coach at Farragut: Eddie Courtney.

MYCHAL RIVERA

da’rick rogers

COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS 2009 • Freshman Hauled in 32 receptions for 316 yards in 11 games for the Canyons...Both figures ranked second on the team...Coach at College of the Canyons: Garett Tujague. OREGON 2008 Originally signed with the Ducks but redshirted and transferred to College of the Canyons in 2009. HIGH SCHOOL • Birmingham Senior Ranked as the No. 39 overall tight end and No. 94 overall prospect in California as a high school senior in 2007 by Rivals.com...Caught 35 passes for 330 yards and three touchdowns in 2009...As a high school senior, had 21 receptions for 210 yards... Caught passes in seven of eight games played, scoring three touchdowns...Helped Birmingham High School to 2007 West Valley League title with a 13-1

OUTLOOK STAFF THE VOLS

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 17/0 2010 • Junior • Games/Starts: 5/0 Saw action in five games for Tennessee…Posted both of his tackles in the Vols’ season opener vs. UT Martin, one on special teams...Also saw playing time against UAB, Memphis, Mississippi and Vanderbilt.

sophomore | 1L wide receiver 6-3 | 215 | Calhoun, Ga. | Sociology CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 13/0 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 13/0 Versatile threat ranked fourth among the Vols with 103


THE VOLS 582 all-purpose yards as one of seven true freshmen to play in every game for Tennessee this season… Rushed 16 times for 117 yards and caught 11 passes for 167 yards and two touchdowns…Returned 12 kickoffs for 298 yards (24.8 per return)…Took over as UT’s primary kick returner at Memphis…Used a career-high five rushing attempts at South Carolina to become the first UT receiver to lead the team in rushing with a personal-best 49 yards since Gerald Jones achieved it vs. Kentucky in 2007…Hauled in a career-long 45-yard TD reception vs. North Carolina in the Music City Bowl and returned three kickoffs for 65 yards…Advanced the opening kickoff vs. Kentucky 78 yards, UT’s longest kick return since 2007 and tied for the 14th-longest in school history…Totaled 114 kickoff return yards vs. the Wildcats for the Vols’ best effort in that category this season…First career touchdown catch was a 22-yarder in the second quarter at Memphis, marking Tyler Bray’s fourth scoring throw of the half…UT’s second-leading wideout at Vanderbilt with career highs of three receptions for 59 yards, including a 27-yarder that helped the Vols advance their lead to 14-0 seven plays later…First reception as a Vol went for nine yards in the season opener vs. UT Martin…Registered first career carry vs. Oregon on UT’s first play of its second possession, a 21-yard reverse that helped set up the Vols’ second field goal…23-yard reception vs. Alabama led to a field goal right before halftime to cut the Vols’ deficit to three...Logged two receptions for 16 yards vs. UAB…Picked up 17 yards on an endaround vs. Mississippi and finished with 28 yards rushing. HIGH SCHOOL • Calhoun Ranked as a five-star prospect by Scout.com as a high school senior in 2007...Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s All-Classifications Player of the Year and Super 11 selection...Class AA Offensive Player of the Year by Georgia Sportswriters...Played in the 2010 Under Armour All-America Game...Named as the top athlete in the Under Armour All-America Game by Rivals.com... Named to 2010 Parade All-America Team...In five career playoff games, compiled 707 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns...Set a Georgia state record with 1,641 receiving yards as a senior in 2009...Also caught 84 passes for 22 touchdowns as a senior...As a junior in 2008, tallied 66 receptions for 1,300 yards and 11 touchdowns...High school teammate of UT signee Nash Nance at both Calhoun and Darlington high schools...Helped Calhoun to 14-1 finish in 2009 and berth in Class AA state championship game...Coach at Calhoun: Hal Lamb.

 Receiving YEAR 2010

 Rushing YEAR 2010

zach rogers

NET AVG AVG HIGH G REC YDS REC GM TD LONG YDS 13 11 167 15.2 12.8 2 45-UNC 59-VU

NET AVG AVG HIGH G ATT YDS ATT GM TD LONG YDS 13 16 117 7.3 9.0 0 21-Ore 49-USC

 Kickoff Returns YEAR 2009

NET AVG AVG HIGH G RET YDS RET GM TD LONG YDS 13 12 298 24.8 22.9 0 78-UK 114-UK

CAREER HIGHS

Receptions 3 vs. Vanderbilt, 11/20/10 Receiving Yards 59 vs. Vanderbilt, 11/20/10 Rushing Attempts 5 vs. South Carolina, 10/30/10 Rushing Yards 49 vs. South Carolina, 10/30/10 Kickoff Returns 3 (2x, last vs. Kentucky, 11/27/10) Kickoff Return Yards 114 vs. Kentucky, 11/27/10

Game-by-Game Statistics

 Receiving & Rushing

2010 REC YDS TD UT Martin 1 9 0 0 0 0 Oregon Florida 0 0 0 UAB 2 16 0 at LSU 0 0 0 at Georgia 1 -3 0 2 19 0 Alabama at South Carolina 0 0 0 at Memphis 1 22 1 Mississippi 0 0 0 3 59 0 at Vanderbilt Kentucky 0 0 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 1 45 1 2010 Totals 11 167 2

 Kickoff Returns 2010 RET YDS TD UT Martin 0 0 0 Oregon 0 0 0 Florida 0 0 0 UAB 0 0 0 at LSU 0 0 0 at Georgia 0 0 0 Alabama 0 0 0 at South Carolina 2 30 0 at Memphis 3 66 0 Mississippi 0 0 0 at Vanderbilt 1 23 0 Kentucky 3 114 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 3 65 0 2010 Totals 12 298 0

Scholarship: Phillip Fulmer Award for Excellence Scholarship 104

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ATT YDS TD 0 0 0 1 21 0 0 0 0 1 -8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 5 49 0 1 1 0 2 28 0 0 0 0 3 30 0 2 -7 0 16 117 0

junior | 2L wide receiver

ball Coaches and Tennessee Sports Writers associations...Region 5-3A Player of the Year...Earned Middle Tennessee’s National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete Award as senior...Caught 14 passes for 369 yards and six touchdowns while rushing 59 times for 671 yards and nine touchdowns during senior season...Selected first-team All-Region as junior while helping David Lipscomb High to Class 3A state championship...Caught 29 passes that year for 688 yards and eight touchdowns to go with 44 rushes for 465 yards and five touchdowns...Set school track and field records in six events...Coach at David Lipscomb: Glenn McAdams. SCHOLARSHIPS: Horne Athletic Scholarship; Ragland Family Business Administration Athletic Endowment

6-0 | 180 | Nashville | Logistics & Marketing CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 24/4 2010 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 12/4 Played in 12 games and lone absence was due to an injury at Vanderbilt…Started four games and totaled 14 receptions for 207 yards and one touchdown…Led the Vols twice in receiving yards…72yard reception vs. UAB resulted in his first career touchdown and was UT’s second-longest play in 2010…Finished with a career-high 78 receiving yards to lead UT vs. the Blazers…Matched a careerhigh four receptions with four in his first two career starts vs. Oregon and Florida…His 45 receiving yards against Oregon was a team-high…Totaled 53 yards vs. Florida, his second-best total of the year… Added single-catch performances in three straight games (Georgia-South Carolina)…Also took one of three rushing attempts a season-long nine yards at South Carolina...Hauled in five-yard reception vs. North Carolina in the Music City Bowl. 2009 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 12/0 Saw action in 12 games with three catches for 19 yards...Season-long reception of 11 yards came in his Vols debut versus Western Kentucky...Also quality member of special teams unit. SUPERLATIVES •2010 Academic All-SEC HIGH SCHOOL • David Lipscomb Rated as No. 9 overall prospect in Tennessee by Rivals.com...Named to Knoxville News-Sentinel’s Top 20 Prospects in Tennessee list following 2008 season...2008 Mr. Football Back in Class 3A classification...Played in Toyota East-West All-Star Game...Twice named All-State by Tennessee Foot-

CAREER STATS  Receiving YEAR 2009 2010 Totals

NET G REC YDS 12 3 19 12 14 207 24 17 226

CAREER HIGHS Receptions Receiving Yards Rushing Yards

AVG AVG HIGH REC GM TD LONG YDS 6.3 1.6 0 11-WKy 11-WKy 14.8 17.2 1 72-UAB 78-UAB 13.3 9.4 1 72-UAB 78-UAB

4 vs. Florida, 9/18/10 78 vs. UAB, 9/25/10 9 at South Carolina, 10/30/10

Game-by-Game Statistics

 Receiving

2009 REC YDS TD Western Ky. 1 11 0 1 6 0 UCLA at Florida - - Ohio 0 0 0 Auburn 0 0 0 Georgia 0 0 0 at Alabama 0 0 0 South Carolina 1 2 0 Memphis 0 0 0 at Mississippi 0 0 0 Vanderbilt 0 0 0 at Kentucky 0 0 0 Virginia Tech (bowl) 0 0 0 3 19 0 2009 Totals

 Receiving & Rushing 2010 UT Martin Oregon Florida UAB at LSU at Georgia Alabama

REC YDS TD 1 7 0 3 45 0 4 53 0 2 78 1 1 5 0 1 8 0 1 6 0

ATT YDS TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


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dontavis sapp

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matt simms

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2010 11 1 4 5 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 1-5x

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percent) passes for 2,204 yards with 17 TDs against 12 interceptions...Helped El Camino to fourth consecutive league title. LOUISVILLE 2008 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 2/0 Completed 4 of 10 passes against Pittsburgh for 39 yards with an interception...Also participated briefly against Middle Tennessee.

jerquari schofield

2007 – Redshirted.

senior (RS) | 1L quarterback

sophomore | 1L defensive back 6-2 | 219 | Valdosta, Ga. | Arts & Sciences

HIGH SCHOOL • Valdosta Earned All-Region 1-5A First Team honors as a senior in 2009...Honored as Region 1-5A Second Team as a junior in 2008...Awarded Golden Cat Award at Valdosta for leadership on and off the field...As a senior, totaled 56 tackles and two interceptions...As a junior, caught 19 passes for 259 yards and two touchdowns...Team finished 8-4 in 2009 and advanced to playoffs...Also a standout on the basketball court for Valdosta...Helped lead basketball team to a Region 1-5A Championship and 28-2 record as a junior... Given Coach’s Award after junior season for leadership and contributions on the hardwood...Coach at Valdosta: Rick Tomberlin. Scholarship: Maddox Foundation Scholarship

6-6 | 333 | Aiken, S.C. | Arts & Sciences CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 7/5 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 7/5 Started in five games at left guard and played in seven as a freshman…Started the first three games at left guard before a foot injury vs. Florida forced him to miss the next four…Returned at South Carolina and regained his starting role vs. Mississippi… Part of an offensive line that allowed zero sacks vs. Memphis…Helped open holes for the Vols to rush for a combined 514 yards in their first two games, including a 332-yard effort in the season opener vs. the Skyhawks…Helped Tauren Poole rush for six 100-yard games, which is tied for the SEC lead. 2009 – Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL • South Aiken Rated No. 11 overall prospect in South Carolina by Rivals.com...Selected to Sweet 16 Dream Team by Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle...Selected to play in Shrine Bowl for South Carolina...Named All-Area by Augusta Chronicle and Aiken Standard...Graded out at 91 percent as senior and 72 percent as junior...Posted 31 tackles in two seasons of limited play on defense...Coach at South Aiken: Robert Wrightenberry. Scholarship: Toby McKenzie Athletic Scholarship

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 13/8 2011 • Senior Shared UT’s 2011 John Stucky Hard Knox Award, presented to the players who demonstrate the best physical and mental conditioning during the offseason program. 2010 • Junior • Games/Starts: 11/8 Played in 11 games and started the first eight at quarterback…Completed 113 of 195 passes for 1,460 yards, eight touchdowns and five interceptions in 2010…Connected on 19 of 31 throws for 259 yards and a pair of TDs vs. Florida, setting career-best marks in completions and yards…First TD throw against the Gators was a 49yard pass to Denarius Moore, while second score was a 35-yarder to Justin Hunter on fourth-and-6 in the fourth quarter…First career TD was a 42-yard strike to Moore in a 181-yard season opening effort vs. UT Martin…Tossed a career-high three TDs vs. UAB, including the gamewinner on UT’s first play of double overtime…Careerlong throw of 72 yards went for his second score of the day…Also threw 34 times against the Blazers, a personalhigh…Finished 10-of-13 (.769) against South Carolina, including a 12-yard TD…Completion percentage was a career best…Perfect on his first six pass attempts, which went for 119 yards…Completed 9-of-13 for 179 yards in three quarters at Georgia and eluded the Bulldogs’ pass rush on third-and-12 in the second period to throw a 38yard TD to Hunter.

MISCELLANEOUS Son of former NFL quarterback Phil Simms, who spent 14 seasons with the New York Giants (197993), and led the franchise to a pair of Super Bowl victories...Brother, Chris, has spent eight seasons in the NFL and is currently with the Tennessee Titans. Scholarship: Dr. John Range Athletic Scholarship

CAREER STATS  Passing

ATT- INT/ YEAR G CMP TD PCT

PASS AVG. QB YDS GM RATE

HI PASS YDS

2008* 2 10-4 1/0 40.0 39 18.0 70.76 39-Pitt 2010 11 195-113 5/8 57.9 1,460 162.2 129.25 259-Fla Totals 13 205-117 6/8 57.1 1,499 149.9 125.52 259-Fla *Played at Louisville.

CAREER HIGHS

Completions Attempts Yards Touchdowns Longest Completion

19 (2x, last vs. UAB, 9/25/10) 34 vs. UAB, 9/25/10 259 vs. Florida, 9/18/10 3 vs. UAB, 9/25/10 72 vs. UAB, 9/25/10

EL CAMINO [Calif.] COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2009 • Sophomore Enrolled at UT in January and participated in spring drills...Appeared in 10 games for El Camino (Calif.) Community College, completing 159-of-269 (59.1 105

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CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 11/0 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 11/0 Played in the final 11 games for Tennessee, primarily serving on special teams…Four of his five tackles in 2010 came on special teams, tied for 11th most on the team…Notched his first career tackle in his first game on the field vs. Florida…Also collected singletackle performances in four other games, including in three of UT’s final four regular season contests.

sophomore (RS) | 1L offensive lineman

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6-3 | 210 | Franklin Lakes, N.J. | Political Science

HIGH SCHOOL • Don Bosco Prepatory Ranked eighth-best player in New Jersey...Selected to PrepStar Magazine’s All-Region team...Participated in U.S. Army All-American Bowl, completing 4-of-7 passes for 30 yards...First team All-State by Associated Press as junior...During three-year career, passed for more than 6,000 yards and 60 touchdowns...Threw for more than 2,000 yards and 20 touchdowns as senior in leading Don Bosco to state title and perfect 12-0 record...Threw for 118 yards and TD in state championship win over St. Peter’s... Passed for 2,744 yards and 30 touchdowns during junior season. leading Don Bosco to state title game...Coach at Don Bosco Prepatory: Greg Toal.

OUTLOOK STAFF THE VOLS

REC YDS TD ATT YDS TD at South Carolina 0 0 0 1 9 0 at Memphis 0 0 0 1 1 0 Mississippi 0 0 0 1 4 0 at Vanderbilt - - - - - Kentucky 0 0 0 0 0 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 1 5 0 0 0 0 2010 Totals 14 207 1 3 14 0


THE VOLS Game-by-Game Statistics

 Passing

2010 COMP ATT INT PCT. YDS TD LONG UT Martin 14 24 0 58.3 181 1 42 Oregon 15 29 1 51.7 151 0 31 Florida 19 31 2 61.3 259 2 49 19 34 0 55.9 245 3 72 UAB at LSU 12 23 0 52.2 121 0 37 at Georgia 9 13 1 69.2 179 1 58 Alabama 12 22 1 54.5 117 0 26 at South Carolina 10 13 0 76.9 153 1 64 3 5 0 60.0 54 0 34 at Memphis Mississippi 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 at Vanderbilt - - - - - - Kentucky - - - - - - N. Carolina (bowl) - - - - - - 195 5 57.9 1,460 8 72 2010 Totals 113

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jacques smith

sophomore | 1L defensive lineman

ing a TFL vs. the Bulldogs…Tallied a sack for the second consecutive week vs. Mississippi, finishing with two takedowns…Posted a personal-best two QB hurries vs. UAB... Shared UT’s 2010 Big Lick Award presented to players in the spring who consistently perform with the most physical toughness.

2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 13/0 Earned Coaches’ All-SEC Freshman Team honors... One of seven true freshmen to play in every game for Tennessee…Ranked fourth among UT’s defensive linemen with 24 tackles…Registered a tackle for loss on five separate occasions…Five TFLs ranked fifth on the team...Recorded a career-high five stops at LSU…Collected two career firsts at Memphis with a sack and a forced fumble…Notched four tackles vs. UT Martin in first career action during the season opener…Tackle for loss of three yards vs. the Skyhawks on third down helped force a missed field goal in the fourth quarter as UT maintained its lone shutout of the season…Totaled a pair of three-tackle performances vs. Georgia and Kentucky, includ106

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james stone

SUPERLATIVES •2010 Coaches Freshman All-SEC Team HIGH SCHOOL • Ooltewah Enrolled at UT in January and participated in spring drills...Chattanooga Times Free Press 2009 Best of Preps City Defensive Player of the Year...Knoxville News Sentinel’s No. 1 prospect in Tennessee...Rivals. com All-America team, No. 1 prospect in Tennessee and No. 6 weakside defensive end in nation...No. 8 defensive end in nation by Scout.com...PrepStar Top 150 Dream Team...Participated in 2010 U.S. Army All-America Bowl...First-team All-State and Class AAA lineman of the year in Tennessee as senior and junior...Named to USA Today All-USA first team... Two-time All-Region and Region 2 Defensive Player of the Year...Contributed 79 tackles, 21 tackles-forloss, 9½ sacks, four forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries as senior...Tallied 80 tackles, 28 tacklesfor-loss and 13 sacks as junior...Coach at Ooltewah: Benny Monroe. SCHOLARSHIPS: Michael & Christy Coffey Athletic Scholarship Endowment; Templeton Athletic Scholarship Endowment

6-2 | 255 | Ooltewah | Marketing CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 13/0 2011 • Sophomore Shared UT’s 2011 Big Lick Off-Season Award, presented to players who consistently play with the most physical toughness.

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS Kentucky 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2010 Totals 15 9 24 2/7 5/18 1 0 0 0

CAREER STATS  Defense

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2010 13 15 9 24 2/7 5/18 1 0/0 0 0/0 5-LSU

CAREER HIGHS

Tackles Quarterback Hurries

5 vs. LSU, 10/2/10 2 vs. UAB, 9/25/10

Game-by-Game Statistics

 Defense

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2010 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS UT Martin 4 0 4 0 1/3 0 0 0 0 Oregon 1 0 1 0 1/4 0 0 0 0 Florida 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 UAB 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 at LSU 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Georgia 2 1 3 0 1/4 0 0 0 0 Alabama 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 at South Carolina 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Memphis 1 0 1 1/5 1/5 1 0 0 0 Mississippi 1 1 2 1/2 1/2 0 0 0 0 at Vanderbilt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Competed in the 2010 Under Armour All-America Game...As a junior, amassed 52 tackles, 12 tacklesfor-loss, eight sacks and three fumble recoveries primarily at defensive tackle...Recipient of the prestigious William Hume Award as Metro Nashville’s Top High School Scholar-Athlete...Coach at Maplewood: Ralph Thompson. Scholarship: Robert E. White Athletic Scholarship Endowment

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jake storey

sophomore | 1L offensive lineman 6-3 | 308 | Nashville | Business CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 12/8 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 12/8 Selected to the Sporting News’ and Football Writers Association of America’s Freshman All-America teams...Also honored as a Rivals.com Second Team All-America selection...Saw action in 12 games and started eight as a true freshman, including five starts at center and three at left guard…Bounced around on the offensive line before settling in and starting the final five games at center…In November, UT only allowed six sacks, including zero at Memphis… Assisted in Tauren Poole’s efforts to tie for the lead the SEC with six 100-yard rushing game…Aided UT’s season-high 537 yards of offense vs. UT Martin...Part of an offensive line that was the only one in NCAA FBS to start three true freshmen in a game this season.

senior (RS) | 2L linebacker 5-10 | 215 | Titusville, Fla. | Hotel, Restaurant & Tourism Management CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 19/0 2010 • Junior • Games/Starts: 10/0 Saw action in a career-high 10 games…Posted a tackle on special teams in consecutive weeks against both Memphis and Mississippi for two on the season. 2009 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 9/0 Found home on special teams and played in final nine regular season games, making three tackles.

SUPERLATIVES •2010 FWAA Freshman All-American •2010 Sporting News Freshman All-American •2010 Rivals.com Second Team Freshman All-American

2008 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 0/0 Squad member. Contributed five tackles and one pass breakup in Tennessee’s 37-21 junior varsity win over Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy.

HIGH SCHOOL • Maplewood Tennessee AA Lineman of the Year...Tennessee Sports Writers All-State first team...Tennessee Class 2A Mr. Football Lineman...All-Mid-State and member of the Tennessean’s Dandy Dozen...Ranked as the No. 4 prospect in Tennessee and the No. 7 offensive guard in the nation by Rivals.com...Rated as the No. 32 offensive tackle in the nation by Scout.com...

2007 – Redshirted. SUPERLATIVES •2008 & 2010 Academic All-SEC HIGH SCHOOL • Astronaut Twice named all-conference in his four varsity seasons…Played safety as sophomore, linebacker as


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dakota summers

Scholarship: Sarah Booth Reid Men’s Athletic Endowed Scholarship

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deanthonie summerhill

freshman (RS) | Sq. tight end CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Redshirted.

5-9 | 199 | Tuscumbia, Ala. | Arts & Sciences CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL • Deshler Started three years at running back and cornerback...Earned First Team All-State honors as a senior (RB) and Second Team accolades as a junior... Also participated in track and field and was a threetime state champion in the 4x100 relay...Coach at Deshler: John Mothshed.

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marsalis teague

junior | 2L defensive back 5-10 | 185 | Paris | Sport Management CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 24/13 2010 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 11/8 Played in 11 games and started eight at cornerback after playing his freshman season at wide receiver… Fourth among the UT secondary and eighth overall

HIGH SCHOOL • Henry County Rated No. 4 prospect in Tennessee by Rivals.com... Named to Mobile Press Register’s Super Southeast 120, Orlando Sentinel’s All Southern Team and Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100... Selected SuperPrep All-America...Named to Knoxville News-Sentinel’s Top 20 Prospects in Tennessee list following 2008 season...Class 4A Tennessee Mr. Football Back and Gatorade Tennessee Football Player of the Year in 2008...MVP of Toyota All-Star Classic...Named All-Midstate as junior...Rushed for 1,270 yards and 18 touchdowns while passing for 1,055 yards with 15 scores as senior...Finished his junior season with 1,616 yards passing for 17 touchdowns, and 1,530 yards rushing for 16 TDs...Coach at Henry County: Joe Gaddis. Scholarship: Charlotte Greene Athletic Scholarship

 Defense

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2009 13 1 1 2 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 1-2x 2010 11 29 17 46 0/0 0.5/1 0 0/0 8 0/0 11-UK Totals 24 30 18 48 0/0 0.5/1 0 0/0 8 0/0 11-UK

CAREER HIGHS Tackles Passes Defended

11 vs. Kentucky, 11/27/10 3 vs. UAB, 9/25/10

Game-by-Game Statistics

 Defense

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2010 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 UT Martin Oregon 3 3 6 0 0 0 0 1 0 Florida 2 3 5 0 0.5/1 0 0 0 0 UAB 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 at LSU 3 5 8 0 0 0 0 1 0 at Georgia 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Alabama 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 at South Carolina - - - - - - - - at Memphis - - - - - - - - Mississippi 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 at Vanderbilt 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kentucky 9 2 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2010 Totals 29 17 46 0 0.5/1 0 0 8 0

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dallas thomas

junior (RS) | 2L offensive lineman 6-5 | 305 | Baton Rouge, La. | Criminal Justice CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 26/13 2011 • Senior Shared UT’s 2011 Fourth Quarter Off-Season Award, presented to players who consistently compete with the intangible values that provide the foundation of the UT Football Program: attitude, discipline, toughness, effort and team.

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freshman (RS) | Sq. tailback

HIGH SCHOOL • Central Started three years at tight end...Also played linebacker and defensive end...Two-time All-District honoree...Earned Academic All-District Honors as a sophomore and junior...Named the Offensive Line District MVP as a senior...Starter in the East/West AllStar Game in 2009...Also played basketball for four years...Coach at Camden Central: Kevin Wood.

2009 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 13/5 Freshman playmaker had six catches for 86 yards and TD in season opener versus Western Kentucky... Started first four games of collegiate career in place of injured Gerald Jones...Second scoring catch of year came against Georgia on 5-yard reception... Added two catches for 27 yards against Memphis... Finished season with 13 catches for 147 yards.

CAREER STATS

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6-3 | 232 | Camden | Arts & Sciences

with 46 tackles…Led team with eight passes broken up and was third overall in passes defended… Tied for 12th in the SEC with 0.73 passes defended per game…Compiled nine tackles by halftime vs. Kentucky and finished with a career high of 11 to tie for the team lead…Collected four tackles and a career-high three PDs vs. UAB, including a critical pass breakup to prevent a touchdown in the second overtime…Deflected a key pass on third down vs. Alabama at UT’s 1-yard line, while adding a trio of stops…Credited with a key PBU vs. UT Martin on a first quarter fourth down to force a turnover on downs…Pass breakup vs. LSU forced third-and-long and led to an INT, while registering eight tackles against the Tigers…Collected six tackles vs. Oregon and five the following week vs. Florida…Lone tackle for loss assist came against the Gators...Added a pair of tackles vs. Mississippi and North Carolina (Music City Bowl).

OUTLOOK STAFF THE VOLS

junior…Twice qualified for state wrestling tournament…Competed in heavyweight class as junior and was 215-pounder as senior…Won region heavyweight title as junior…All-Conference as senior…2006 Brevard County Male Student-Athlete of the Year... Coach at Astronaut: Randy Hallock.


THE VOLS 2010 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 13/13 One of three offensive linemen and 10 Vols to start all 13 games this season while holding down the left tackle position…Has played in 26 games total during his first two seasons…Assisted in Tauren Poole’s efforts to tie for the lead the SEC with six 100-yard rushing games…Part of an offensive line that allowed just six sacks in November, including zero at Memphis…Aided UT’s season-high 537 yards of offense vs. UT Martin... Earned Harvey Robinson Award as Tennessee’s offensive surprise player of the 2010 spring practice period. 2009 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 13/0 Made most of his opportunity on special teams to appear in all 13 games...Worked exclusively with field-goal and extra-point units. HIGH SCHOOL • Scotlandville First team Class 4A All-State as senior...All-District as junior and senior...First team all-state as junior...The Shreveport Times No. 12-ranked prospect in Louisiana...Louisiana All Super Dozen Team as a senior... Played in U.S. Army Red Stick Bowl in Baton Rouge, La., following senior season...Did not allow any sacks during his junior and senior high school seasons... Offensive line grades were 98 percent as senior and 92 percent as junior...Coach at Scotlandville: Richard Oliver. Scholarship: Mr. & Mrs. S. Norris Endowment

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jaron toney

freshman (RS) | Sq. tailback 5-10 | 180 | Alcoa | Arts & Sciences CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Redshirted.

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HIGH SCHOOL • Alcoa Started two years at running back and defensive back...Named All-State three years in a row...2009 honors included Gatorade state player of the year, Class AA Mr. Football finalist & PrepXtra Offensive Player of the Year...As a senior, rushed for a state-record 50 touchdowns along with 2,358 yards...Helped team win four state championships...Advanced to state championship in track & field as a junior and senior in the decathalon, 4x100 & 4x200 relays...Coach at Alcoa: Gary Rankin.

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daryl vereen

senior (RS) | 3L linebacker 5-11 | 215 | Charlotte, N.C. | Psychology CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 28/1 2011 • Senior Shared UT’s 2011 John Stucky Hard Knox Award, presented to the players who demonstrate the best physical and mental conditioning during the offseason program. 2010 • Junior • Games/Starts: 11/1 Saw action in 11 games for Tennessee, including his first career start vs. Mississippi in a three-tackle outing…Compiled a season-high 18 tackles, including a career-best four at Vanderbilt…One of three Vols to record a pair of quarterback hurries in the same game, achieving the mark against Oregon…One of QB hurries came on thirdand-7 on the Ducks’ initial second-half to force a punt... Notched three tackles vs. Oregon...Also contributed a trio of tackles vs. North Carolina in the Music City Bowl, including first career tackle for loss to set the Tar Heels back five yards. 2009 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 10/0 Saw action mostly on special teams...Primary role came on punt returns...Lone tackle came vs. UCLA.

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2008 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 7/0 Earned 2008 Freshman All-SEC selection by league coaches for his work in secondary and on special teams....Finished season with three tackles, all on special teams...Had stops against Mississippi State, Alabama and Kentucky. 2007 – Redshirted. SUPERLATIVES •2008 Coaches All-SEC Freshman Team HIGH SCHOOL • North Mecklenberg PrepStar All-Atlantic Region...CBSsportsline.com AllRegion first-team...All-Charlotte second-team by Charlotte Observer...Three-time All-Conference and twice named All-County...All-Area Offensive Player of the Year in 2006...Gridiron Great Award for 2005 and 2006 by WSOC-TV...Finished senior season with Mecklenburg County season rushing record 2,603 yards to go with 31 touchdowns...Despite missing four games to injury as junior, rushed for 1,201 yards and 16 touchdowns with 6.4-yard average...Four-year letterman and three-year starter...Team captain as junior and senior...Also starter on 2005 state basketball championship team and 2006 state runner-up...Fouryear basketball letterman and two-year starter...Averaged more than 16 points per game at small forward position...Named All-County in track and field as junior and regional finalist in 100M dash as sophomore... Top-times in track included 10.4 in 100M and 21.30 in 200M...Honor Roll in 2005 and 2006...Served as page in North Carolina House of Representatives in 2005... Coach at North Mecklenburg: Glenn Padgett. Scholarship: E. H. (Buddy) Avery Scholarship Endowment Fund

CAREER STATS  Defense

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2008 7 0 3 3 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 1-3x 2009 10 1 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 1-UCLA 2010 11 10 8 18 1/5 1/5 0 0/0 0 0/0 4-VU Totals 28 11 11 22 1/5 1/5 0 0 0 0/0 4-VU

CAREER HIGHS

Tackles Quarterback Hurries

4 vs. Vanderbilt, 11/20/10 2 vs. Oregon, 9/11/10

Game-by-Game Statistics

 Defense

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2010 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS UT Martin 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oregon 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Florida UAB 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 at LSU - - - - - - - - at Georgia - - - - - - - - Alabama 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at South Carolina 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Memphis 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mississippi 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Vanderbilt 3 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kentucky 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 N. Carolina (bowl) 1 2 3 1/5 1/5 0 0 0 0 2010 Totals 10 8 18 1/5 1/5 0 0 0 0

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prentiss waggner

junior (rs) | 2L defensive back 6-2 | 185 | Clinton, La. | Psychology CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 26/15 2011 • Junior Named to the Lott IMPACT Trophy Award Watch List, an honor that recognizes the best defensive player in the country. 2010 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 13/13 Second Team AP All-SEC performer…Also named to Phil Steele All-SEC Third Team...Earned Scout.com Second Team All-America honors…One of 10 Vols to start in all 13 games for Tennessee…Broke the UT season record for interceptions returned for touchdowns, taking an NCAA FBS-leading three to the end zone…Tied for seventh in NCAA FBS and tied for first in the SEC with three recovered fumbles…Tied for team lead with five INTs (Janzen Jackson), which also ranked tied for third in the SEC…Five INTs were the most by a UT defender since 2008 (Eric Berry with seven), while eight total takeaways were the most by a Vol since 1999 (Deon Grant, 9 INTs)…Second on


PLAYER PROFILES

SUPERLATIVES •2010 Associated Press All-SEC Second Team •2010 Phil Steele All-SEC Third Team •2010 Scout.com Second Team All-American HIGH SCHOOL • Clinton Louisiana Football Coaches Association All-State wide receiver and defensive back as senior...Defensive MVP as senior in 2007...Finalist for Warrick Dunn Award presented to most outstanding player in Baton Rouge area...PrepStar All-Region...Named Class 2A All-State, Louisiana Class 2A MVP, All-Metro and All-District as junior in 2006...Earned outstanding defensive player award for 2006 by Louisiana Sports Writers Association...All-District as sophomore in 2005...Finished with 45 tackles and nine interceptions, while adding 873 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns in 2007...Caught 31 balls for 795 yards and 13 touchdowns, with 70 tackles, 16 interceptions and 14 pass break-ups on defense in 2006...

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school record with 11 sacks to go along with 127 tackles, five forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries...As a junior in 2006 at Wooddale High School in Memphis, finished with 92 total tackles and 13 sacks on defense... On offense, totaled 15 catches with five touchdowns at tight end...Three-year starter at defensive end and linebacker...Named team captain as a senior...Participated on the basketball team as a junior and sophomore...Competed in track as a junior, participating in the 400m, 4x200m and 4x400m...Coach at Hargrave Military Academy: Robert Prunty...Coach at Olive Branch: Scott Samsel. Scholarship: Flickinger Family Athletic Endowment

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CAREER STATS  Defense

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ HIGH YEAR G UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS TKLE 2009 13 4 2 6 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 5-Miss 2010 13 38 19 57 0/0 2/8 0 3/45 9 5/73 8-LSU Totals 26 42 21 63 0/0 2/8 0 3/45 9 5/73 8-LSU

CAREER HIGHS Tackles Passes Defended INT Return Yards

8 at LSU, 10/2/10 2 (2x, last vs. Kentucky, 11/27/10 54 vs. UT Martin, 9/4/10

Game-by-Game Statistics

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SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2009 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS Western Ky. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UCLA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Florida 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ohio 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Auburn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Georgia at Alabama 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 South Carolina 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Memphis 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Mississippi 4 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 Vanderbilt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Kentucky 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Va. Tech (bowl) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2009 Totals 4 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ 2010 UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS UT Martin 4 2 6 0 0 0 0 2 1/54 Oregon 3 4 7 0 1/3 0 1/0 1 0 Florida 4 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 UAB 3 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 1/9 at LSU 3 5 8 0 0 0 0 1 0 at Georgia 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Alabama 2 1 3 0 0.5/2 0 0 0 0 at South Carolina 5 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0

sophomore (rs) | 1L defensive lineman 6-2 | 281 | Olive Branch, Miss. | Sociology CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 7/0 2010 – Redshirted due to Achilles injury. 2009 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 7/0 Missed most of fall camp but still saw action at defensive tackle spot in seven games, including Chickfil-A Bowl against Virginia Tech...Bluff City-area product made first two tackles of collegiate career against Memphis. HIGH SCHOOL • Olive Branch Ranked No. 5 among prep school prospects by Rivals.com...Originally signed with Tennessee in February 2008, but played 2008 season at Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy...During game against Tennessee JVs at Neyland Stadium, led defensive front with five tackles including shared TFL...Region Defensive MVP as senior at Olive Branch High in 2007...Selected Shelby-Metro’s No. 2 Most Wanted Prospect by Memphis Commercial Appeal...Named Liberty Bowl Best of Preps...2007 Player of the Year by Memphis Touchdown Club...Named First Team All-State and All-Region as senior...Also earned Region 1-5A Defensive MVP Honors...Named Team Mississippi captain in Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic...As a senior in 2007 at Olive Branch High School, set a

freshman (rs) | Sq. wide receiver 6-1 | 181 | Oneida | Arts & Sciences CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL • Oneida Earned TSWA and Coaches Association All-State honors as a senior...Three-time 4A All-District selection...Named the District Defensive Back of the Year...Earned All-Tri County team honors as a senior...Selected as a scholar-athlete by the National Football Foundation...As a senior, posted 35 tackles, 10 pass breakups and six interceptions, returning one for a touchdown...Offensively, caught 12 passes for 344 yards and three TDs...Coach at Oneida: John Brewster.

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2008 – Redshirted.

SKS/ TFL/ FR/ INT/ UT AT TT YDS YDS FF YDS PD YDS at Memphis 1 0 1 0 0 0 2/45 0 0 Mississippi 4 2 6 0 0 0 0 1 1/10 at Vanderbilt 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1/0 Kentucky 4 1 5 0 0.5/3 0 0 2 1/0 N. Carolina (bowl) 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2010 Totals 38 19 57 0 2/8 0 2/45 9 5/73

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2009 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 13/2 Started at free safety versus Memphis and Mississippi and appeared in every game...Contributed five of his six tackles at Ole Miss...Added one tackle against Memphis.

In 2005, caught 23 passes for 458 yards and five touchdowns, while adding one interception and five pass breakups...As freshman in 2004, brought in 18 passes for 328 yards and two touch-downs... Four-year starter in football...Holds school records with 26 career interceptions and 16 season interceptions (2006)...Three-year starter at guard in basketball...Led team in assists, averaging more than 10 per game...Led basketball team in assists as junior, averaging 11 per game...Earned second-team AllDistrict honors in basketball as junior...Three-year letterman in track and field...Qualified for state championships in 200m (4th place), 4x200m (4th) and 4x400m (4th) as junior...Personal best time of 22.0 in 200m....Coach at Clinton: Robert Signater.

OUTLOOK STAFF THE VOLS

the Vols with nine passes defended and ranked second among the UT secondary with 57 tackles, which placed fifth overall for UT…Had seven games with at least five tackles…Against Memphis, became the first Vol to recover two fumbles in the same game since 1999…Returned one fumble for 37 yards, UT’s longest fumble return of the season…Returned first career INT a career-high 54 yards for his first TD vs. UT Martin and led the Vols with six tackles…Took his second INT nine yards for his second TD of the season right before halftime vs. UAB to give UT a 23-7 lead, while contributing four tackles…Made it three-for-three, returning his third INT for a score against Mississippi on the Rebels’ second play of the second half…Also tied for second on the team with six stops…Shut down a second quarter Vanderbilt drive on its first play with his second INT in as many weeks…Collected fifth INT vs. Kentucky midway through the fourth quarter and added five tackles… Recovered first career fumble on Oregon’s first kickoff return…Added seven tackles against the Ducks and a pass breakup…Tallied a career-best nine tackles at LSU and added a key pass breakup in the UT end zone, forcing the Tigers to settle for a field goal early in the fourth quarter…Contributed five tackles at South Carolina.


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sophomore (rs) | Sq. tailback

junior (rs) | Sq. defensive back

6-0 | 214 | Smyrna | Sociology

6-0 | 220 | Alpharetta, Ga. | Communications

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 17/0 2010 • Sophomore • Games/Starts: 4/0 Participated in four games for Tennessee and totaled two tackles on special teams at Vanderbilt…Also saw action against Kentucky, Mississippi and North Carolina (Music City Bowl).

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 3/0 2010 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 3/0 Saw action in three games…Best performance came in the season opener vs. UT Martin when he carried three times for eight yards…Given the ball twice and ran for three yards on the ground at Memphis…Also played at LSU.

6-0 | 192 | Wytheville, Va. Logistics & International Business

2009 • Freshman • Games/Starts: 13/0 Saw action in all 13 games...Had one catch from wide receiver position for 33-yard gain against Memphis...Adaptable to both offensive and defensive sides of ball. 2008 – Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL • Smyrna First team All-State as a senior and junior...Mr. Football Back of the Year Class 5A in 2007...Named All-Midstate Football Player of the Year by the Tennessean... PrepStar All-Region...Member All-Region as a junior and senior...BlueCross Bowl Defensive MVP in 2007 state championship game...No. 2 prospect on Knoxville News-Sentinel’s Top 25...As senior in 2007, caught 77 passes for 1,170 yards and 20 touchdowns...Also had punt and kickoff return for touchdown...Had 62 tackles and six interceptions as cornerback...77 receptions was Smyrna high school season record... Most career touchdowns in Smyrna history ...Fouryear starter...Team captain and Team MVP of Smyrna High...Coach at Smyrna: Phillip Shadowens.

2009 – Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL • Milton Enrolled at UT in January 2009 and participated in spring drills...Rated No. 4 among fullbacks in 2009 class by Scout.com...Invited to Under Armour AllAmerica Game following 2008 season ...Named to Georgia 150 and Super Southern 100 by Atlanta Journal Constitution...Selected Georgia Class 5A Player of the Year in 2008 while leading Milton HS to state playoffs for first time in nine season...Named Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State and AllFulton County as senior...Rushed for 1,945 yards and scored 26 touchdowns as senior...Ran for 785 yards and seven touchdowns as junior while grabbing 22 catches for 240 yards...Scored seven touchdowns in Milton’s 2008 season-opening win...Enrolled at Tennessee in January...Coach at Milton: Scott Walker. Scholarship: Brenda Lawson Athletic Scholarship

Scholarship: Nashvol Twins Athletic Scholarship Endowment

tyler bray, qb Maxwell Award Watch List

CAREER GAMES/STARTS: 0/0 2010 – Squad member. HIGH SCHOOL • George Wythe Started two years at wide receiver and defensive back...Notched Second Team Coaches All-State accolades during senior season...Earned First Team AllDistrict and All-Region honors as a senior...Named to the First Team All-Southwest Virginia “Timesland” squad...Also played basketball, baseball and soccer... Was a captain of the basketball team and helped George Wythe to a state championship as a senior... Coach at George Wythe: Donnie Pruitt. tauren poole, tb Maxwell Award Watch List

2011 vols on award WATCH LISTs Quarterback Tyler Bray (top right) and tailback Tauren Poole (middle right) were named to the Maxwell Award Watch List. The Maxwell Award is given annually to college football’s most outstanding player. Peyton Manning won the award in 1997 as the only Vol to do so since it was first given out in 1937. Defensive back Prentiss Waggner (bottom right) was selected as one of 42 preseason candidates for the 2011 Lott IMPACT Trophy Award and the Chuck Bednarik Award Watch Lists, both of which honor the top collegiate defensive player. prentiss waggner, DB Chuck Bednarik Award Watch List Lott IMPACT Trophy Award Watch List

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PLAYER PROFILES & 2011 SIGNEES

•The Vols welcome players from seven states, including seven from

>> ENROLLEd in january both Tennessee and Georgia. Name Justin Coleman Mack Crowder Vincent Dallas Brendan Downs Marcus Jackson Justin Worley

Position DB OL WR TE OL QB

Height 5-10 6-2 5-11 6-5 6-2 6-4

Weight 183 275 185 237 326 200

Hometown (High School/Previous School) Brunswick, Ga. (Brunswick HS) Bristol (Tennessee HS) Ellenwood, Ga. (Cedar Grove HS) Bristol (Tennessee HS) Vero Beach, Fla. (Vero Beach HS) Rock Hill, S.C. (Northwestern HS)

• Six members of this year’s class enrolled at UT in January and participated in spring drills. •Two members of this year’s class -- Brian Randolph of Marietta, Ga., and Justin Worley of Rock Hill, S.C. -- were named to the Parade 2011 All-America Team. Tennessee has signed 75 Parade All-America players since the team was first published in 1963.

>> national letter of intent signees Height 6-0 6-2 6-6 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-5 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-6 6-0 6-6 6-5 5-11 6-0 6-5 5-8

Weight 175 325 265 305 235 245 305 205 190 215 205 205 180 330 190 325 280 205 200 240 165

Hometown (High School/Previous School) Saginaw, Mich. (Saginaw HS) Oxford, Ala. (Oxford HS) Memphis (Central HS) Orlando, Fla. (Garden City Community College) Woodstock, Ga. (Etowah HS) Gainesville, Ga. (Gainesville HS) Knoxville (Knoxville Catholic HS) Daytona Beach, Fla. (Mainland HS) Gordo, Ala. (East Mississippi Community College) West Palm Beach, Fla. (Dwyer HS) Greenville, S.C. (J.L. Mann HS) Carson, Calif. (Los Angeles Harbor Community College) Valdosta, Ga. (Lowndes HS) Athens, Ga. (Clarke Central HS) Kennesaw, Ga. (Kell HS) Nashville (Pearl-Cohn HS) Gainesville, Fla. (Gainesville HS) Apopka, Fla. (Apopka HS) Memphis (Melrose HS) Gainesville, Fla. (Gainesville HS) Knoxville (Bearden HS)

•Six members of this year’s UT class were included in the ESPNU 150. •Worley and Randolph also were honored by Gatorade. Worley was chosen 2010 Gatorade National Player of the year, the first prep athlete in any sport from South Carolina to win the award, while Randolph was Gatorade’s Georgia Football Player of the Year. •Knoxville Bearden’s Devrin Young was an ESPN RISE All-America thirdteam member, joining first-team recipient Worley. •Antonio Richardson was rated the No. 1 prospect in Tennessee by Rivals and the Knoxville News Sentinel, while Cameron Clear was tabbed the top-rated recruit in the state by 247Sports.com. •DeAnthony Arnett hails from Saginaw, Mich., the same hometown as former Vols defensive back and five-time NFL Pro Bowler Terry McDaniel. •Alan Posey attended the same high school, Clarke Central in Athens, Ga., as head coach Derek Dooley.

2011 early enrollees

>> JUSTIN COLEMAN

>> MACK CROWDER

>> VINCENT DALLAS

>> BRENDAN DOWNS

>> MARCUS JACKSON

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HONORS & records VOLMANAC

Position WR DL TE DL LB LB OL TB DB LB/DL DB DB DB OL DB OL DL TB DB DL TB

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Name DeAnthony Arnett Allan Carson Cameron Clear Maurice Couch Christian Harris A.J. Johnson Kyler Kerbyson Marlin Lane, Jr. Izauea Lanier Curt Maggitt Pat Martin Byron Moore Geraldo Orta Alan Posey Brian Randolph Antonio Richardson Trevarris Saulsberry Tom Smith Tino Thomas Jordan Williams Devrin Young

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2011 newcomer notes

2011 newcomers


THE VOLS DeAnthony Arnett

cameron clear

at Brunswick: Victor Floyd.

Fr., Wide Receiver, 6-0, 175 Saginaw, Mich. (Saginaw HS)

Fr., Tight End, 6-6, 265 Memphis, Tenn. (Central HS)

SCHOLARSHIP: Dura-Line Corporation Athletic Endowment

HONORS Selected to U.S. Army All-America Bowl...ESPNU 150 Team...Rivals100 Team...Earned Division 1-2 All-State honors as a senior and junior.

HONORS Selected to Offense-Defense All-American Bowl... Rivals250 Squad...Named to Memphis Commercial Appeal All-District 16-AAA First Team...Earned MaxPreps First Team All-District honors...Named to Mobile Press-Register’s Southeast 120 and ranked 89th.

So. (RS), Defensive Lineman, 6-2, 305 Orlando, Fla. (Garden City C.C.)

STATS As a senior, led Saginaw Valley League with 42 receptions for 782 yards and eight touchdowns while adding six more TDs rushing and returning kicks... Finished season with more than 1,200 all-purpose yards...In junior season, registered 41 receptions for 876 yards and 10 TDs...Overall, racked up more than 1,100 all-purpose yards and 15 total TDs...Defensively, collected 46 tackles, three interceptions and 26 pass breakups. MISCELLANEOUS Named to the Class of 2011 Sporting News Top 100 (No. 24 overall/No. 2 wide receiver)...Three-year starter for the Trojans...Also lettered in basketball and track and field…Full Name: DeAnthony Maurice Arnett…Coach at Saginaw: Gary Lee. SCHOLARSHIP: Bob & Judy Buchanan Family Athletics Scholarship

allan carson Fr., Defensive Lineman, 6-2, 325 Oxford, Ala. (Oxford HS) HONORS Named to Team Alabama by the Alabama High School Athletic Directors and Coaches Association... Competed in the 24th annual Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic...Named First Team 6A All-State by the Alabama Sports Writers Association. STATS As a senior, finished with more than 75 tackles, 36 tackles for loss, 20 quarterback pressures and 12 sacks...Tallied more than 60 tackles, 28 tackles for loss, 12 quarterback hurries and nine sacks as a junior in 2009...Recorded 52 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, eight QB pressures and five sacks as a sophomore in 2008. MISCELLANEOUS Full Name: Allan Jamal Carson...Coach at Oxford: John Grass. 112

STATS As a senior, hauled in 18 receptions for 250 yards and and six TDs while playing tight end...Also contributed 60 tackles and eight sacks on defense... Caught 26 passes for 412 yards and a pair of TDs in 2009 as a junior...Defensively, notched 62 tackles and 11 sacks. MISCELLANEOUS Named to the Class of 2011 Sporting News Top 100 (No. 89 overall/No. 10 defensive lineman)...Also played basketball for Central...Full name: Cameron Michael Clear...Coach at Centrall: Rod Gaston. SCHOLARSHIP: David Keith Athletic Endowment

justin coleman Fr., Defensive Back, 5-10, 183 Brunswick, Ga. (Brunswick HS) HONORS Named to the Rivals250 Team by Rivals.com…Twotime Class AAAA All-State and All-Region 2-AAAA honoree...Selected to GACA North/South All-Star Game. STATS In senior season, compiled 92 tackles and five interceptions (one returned for touchdown) defensively... On offense, tallied 860 yards rushing with 17 TDs to go with 520 receiving yards and four scores...As a junior in 2009, totaled 83 tackles, six INTs and six pass breakups…Also returned a kickoff for touchdown as a junior … Tallied 71 tackles, four pass breakups, three sacks and two interceptions as a sophomore in 2008. MISCELLANEOUS Enrolled at UT in January and participated in spring workouts...Helped team to undefeated district season in 2010…As a junior, finished second in Class 4-A at the state championships in the 300-meter hurdles (38.8) and fifth in the 110-meter hurdles (14.6)…Full Name: Justin Jamal Coleman…Coach

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HONORS Named Junior College All-America and All-Conference after lone season at Garden City...First Team AllState, All-Orange County and All-Metro selection in 2008 as a senior at Orlando Edgewater HS. STATS Posted 45 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, three sacks and one forced fumble at Garden City in 2010...Collected 110 tackles and 13 sacks as a senior at Orlando Edgewater in 2008. MISCELLANEOUS Redshirted in 2009 and has three years of eligibility...Full name: Maurice Tyrone Couch...Coach at Garden City Community College: Jeff Tatum...Coach at Orlando Edgewater: Bill Gierke. SCHOLARSHIP: Lambert Athletic Scholarship

mack crowder Fr., Offensive Lineman, 6-2, 275 Bristol, Tenn. (Tennessee HS) HONORS Earned All-State, All-Northeast Tennessee, AllConference and All-Region honors as a senior in 2010…Also named to the PrepStar Dream Team as a senior…As a junior in 2009, named All-Northeast Tennessee, All-Conference and All-Region…Earned recognition with a selection to the East-West AllStar Team in the state of Tennessee…Rated the No. 6 overall prospect in Tennessee by the Knoxville News-Sentinel. STATS Helped team rush for 180 yards per game as a senior... Recorded 57 pancake blocks as a senior...Registered 42 pancake blocks during junior campaign in 2009. MISCELLANEOUS Enrolled at UT in January and participated in spring workouts...Two brothers also play or played football at the collegiate level...Michael was an offensive

lineman at Princeton while Matt is currently a defensive end at Cornell…2010 team captain and part of 2009 conference championship…Active member of FCA and Beta Club…2010 Homecoming King at Tennessee High School…Full Name: Mackenzie James Crowder…Coach at Tennessee: Greg Stubbs. SCHOLARSHIP: Dr. Robert Overholt Athletic Scholarship

vincent dallas Fr., Wide Receiver, 5-11, 185 Ellenwood, Ga. (Cedar Grove HS) HONORS Named All-State as both a senior in 2010 and junior in 2009…Member of the All-County and All-Region teams as a senior...Selected to GACA North/South All-Star Game. STATS As a senior in 2010, hauled in 52 receptions for 949 yards and seven touchdowns...Also returned a kickoff 70 yards for a TD...Defensively, collected 28 tackles, two tackles for loss, two interceptions and 12 pass breakups...Caught 37 passes for more than 800 yards as a junior…Also as a junior, compiled 49 tackles, six tackles for loss, 22 pass breakups and five INTs on defense. MISCELLANEOUS Enrolled at UT in January and participated in spring workouts...Also a standout track and field athlete … As a sophomore in 2009, was a member of the fourthfastest 4x400 meter relay squad in the nation, that also set the DeKalb County record…Full Name: Vincent Demetrius Dallas…Coach at Cedar Grove: Raymond Bonner. SCHOLARSHIP: Forrest L. Preston Athletic Scholarship

brendan downs Fr., Tight End, 6-5, 237 Bristol, Tenn. (Tennessee HS) HONORS Earned All-Region honors as both a senior in 2010 and junior in 2009…Named All-Conference as a senior. STATS As a senior, had team-high 34 receptions for 470 yards and two touchdowns...As a junior, tallied eight receptions for 204 yards.


2011 SIGNEES

SCHOLARSHIP: Dr. and Mrs. Steve Morton Endowment

christian harris Fr., Linebacker, 6-2, 235 Woodstock, Ga. (Etowah HS)

MISCELLANEOUS Helped Etowah to the Region 5 championship and an 8-1 regular-season record...Full name: Christian Thomas Harris...Coach at Etowah: Bill Stewart. SCHOLARSHIP: Brady & Horne Athletic Endowment

a.j. johnson Fr., Linebacker, 6-3, 245 Gainesville, Ga. (Gainesville HS) HONORS Georgia’s Class AAA Defensive Player of the Year... Named First Team Class AAA All-State following three consecutive seasons (2008-10)...Member of Under Armour All-America Team...Named to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super 11 team as a senior in 2010...Selected to ESPNU 150 and Rivals250 teams...The Gainesville Times 2010 Football Player of the Year...Named to Mobile Press-Register’s Southeast 120 and ranked 77th. STATS Posted 173 tackles, 29 tackles for loss, eight forced fumbles, seven pass breakups, six sacks and two interceptions in senior year...As a junior, tallied 131 tackles, 14 tackles for loss, eight sacks, six pass breakups, four forced fumbles and an INT...As a sophomore in 2008, tallied 160 tackles, nine tackles for loss and four sacks. MISCELLANEOUS Helped lead team to state championship game as a junior...Also helped team to three straight region titles...Gainesville went 24-3 over final two seasons... Full Name: Alexander James Johnson...Coach at Gainesville: Bruce Miller. SCHOLARSHIP: John R. & Charlotte H. Israel Athletic Scholarship

marcus jackson

kyler kerbyson

Fr., Offensive Lineman, 6-2, 326 Vero Beach, Fla. (Vero Beach HS)

Fr., Offensive Lineman, 6-5, 305 Knoxville, Tenn. (Knoxville Catholic HS)

HONORS Member of Under Armour All-America Team…ESPNU 150 Team…Named First Team All-State as a senior in 2010...Earned All-Area and All-District honors as both a senior in 2010 and junior in 2009...NLS Offensive Player of the Year...Selected as Max Emfinger All-America.

HONORS Named Tennessee Mr. Football AAA Lineman of the Year in 2010...Earned TSWA All-State honors...Garnered Knoxville News-Sentinel PrepXtra All-Knoxville Football League defensive player of the year and first team honors...Old Spice Player of the Year...Member of The Tennessean’s Dream Team...Selected to Toyota East vs. West All-Star Classic...Named to Mobile Press-Register’s

izauea lanier

STATS As a senior, allowed zero sacks in 252 pass attempts and graded out at 92 percent...Also contributed 52 pancake blocks and helped offense average 29 points per game in 2010...Led defense with 86 tackles and posted 27 tackles-for-loss, five sacks and three forced fumbles...Collected 47 pancake blocks as a junior.

So. (RS), Defensive Back, 6-1, 190 Gordo, Ala. (East Mississippi C.C.)

MISCELLANEOUS Full name: Kyler Kerbyson...Coach at Knoxville Catholic: Scott Meadows. SCHOLARSHIP: James P. Purdy Athletic Scholarship

marlin lane, JR. Fr., Running Back, 6-0, 205 Daytona Beach, Fla. (Mainland HS) HONORS Participated in the Team USA vs. The World game for the U.S. Under-19 national football team...Played in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl...ESPNU 150 Team...Earned Third Team All-State (Class 6A) accolades as a junior...Named to Mobile Press-Register’s Southeast 120 and ranked 54th. STATS Coming off ACL surgery and played in five games as a senior, yet rushed for 601 yards and six touchdowns on 45 carries (13.4 yards per carry)…Recorded 683 yards of total offense as he also caught six passes for 82 yards and a TD…Carried the ball 112 times for 1,110 yards (9.9 yards per carry) and 12 TDs as a junior in 2009, while finishing with more than 1,500 yards of total offense...Also returned three punts for TDs...As a sophomore, ran 69 times for 758 yards and 12 TDs, while catching six passes for 123 yards and a score. MISCELLANEOUS Named to the Class of 2011 Sporting News Top 100 (No. 63 overall/No. 11 running back)...Full name: Marlin Arnett Lane Jr....Coach at Mainland: John Maronto. SCHOLARSHIP: Schaefer Family Athletic Scholarship Endowment

HONORS Earned junior college All-America, All-Conference and All-Region honors at East Mississippi in 2009... As a high school senior in 2008, rated as a 3-star prospect by Rivals.com, as well as the 54th best athlete in the nation and 19th best prospect in Alabama…Also as a senior, named West Alabama All-Star and Player of the Year in Class 3A by The Tuscaloosa News…Alabama Sports Writers Association Honorable Mention All-State...Tabbed as a West Alabama All-Star in 2008. STATS As a freshman at East Mississippi, totaled 66 tackles, nine pass breakups and four interceptions (returned for 104 yards)...Posted 12 tackles, two pass breakups, an interception and returned a kickoff for touchdown in the 2009 Mississippi Bowl...In high school, tallied 68 tackles, 22 pass breakups, five tackles for loss and seven interceptions as a senior... Offensively, compiled 871 yards rushing and 870 yards receiving…As a junior in 2007, registered 38 tackles, four tackles for loss, 19 pass breakups and five interceptions ...On offense, caught 25 passes for 687 yards and eight touchdowns while adding one punt and one kickoff return for touchdown. MISCELLANEOUS Redshirted in 2010 and has three years of eligibility...Full Name: Izauea Lanier...Coach at East Mississippi Community College: Buddy Stephens...Coach at Gordo: David McKinney. SCHOLARSHIP: Anonymous

curt maggitt Fr., Linebacker/Defensive Lineman, 6-3, 215 West Palm Beach, Fla. (Dwyer HS) HONORS ESPNU 150 Team...Rivals250 Team...Selected to MaxPreps.com 2010 U.S. Air Force All-America squad... Earned First Team All-America honors via MaxPreps. com for senior year...Named the Sun Sentinel’s 2010 Palm Beach County Defensive Player of the Year...Also garnered Defensive Player of the Year and All-Area honors from the Palm Beach Post...As a junior, earned First Team All-State honors in Class 4A...Named First 113

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STATS Recorded a team-high 127 tackles, 22 tackles for loss, eight pass breakups, four forced fumbles, four sacks and a pair of interceptions as a senior...During junior season in 2009, compiled 108 tackles, 19 tackles for loss, 12 pass breakups, three sacks, two forced fumbles and an INT.

SCHOLARSHIP: Fred R. Lawson Athletic Scholarship

Southeast 120 and ranked 110th.

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HONORS Named to Georgia’s 2010 Class AAAAA All-State team...Selected Second Team All-State by the Associated Press as a senior...Named Cherokee Tribune Defensive Player of the Year...2010 GACA North/ South All-Star...Named to UGASports.com’s Second Team...2010 Cherokee Gridiron Player of the Year.

MISCELLANEOUS Enrolled at UT in January and participated in spring workouts...Four-year starter...Full Name: Marcus Jamaal Jackson…Coach at Vero Beach: Gary Coggin.

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MISCELLANEOUS Enrolled at UT in January and participated in spring workouts...2010 Team Captain and part of 2009 Conference Championship…Set Viking football power clean record…Also a standout track and field and basketball athlete, earning All-Conference honors in both as a junior…Averaged 6.1 points and 4.5 rebounds per game as a junior for the basketball team…Full Name: Clyde Brendan Downs…Coach at Tennessee: Greg Stubbs.


THE VOLS Team All-County by Sun Sentinel...Selected to First Team All-Area by Palm Beach Post...Named to the 2010 Press-Register Southeast 120 and ranked 70th. STATS Recorded 65 solo tackles, nine tackles for loss, 28 quarterback pressures, 17 sacks and two forced fumbles as a senior in 2010...Offensively, posted 12 receptions for 109 yards and a pair of touchdowns... As a junior, notched 38 tackles, 14 quarterback pressures, six tackles for loss, 11 sacks and three forced fumbles...Totaled eight receptions for 62 yards and a score on offense. MISCELLANEOUS Part of a defense that held opponents to less than a touchdown a game on a team that went 12-2 his senior year...Brother, Roosevelt, plays defensive end at Iowa State...Full name: Curtis Maggitt...Coach at Dwyer: Jack Daniels. SCHOLARSHIP: David Mason Booth, Jr. Endowed Men’s Athletic Scholarship

pat martin Fr., Defensive Back, 6-0, 205 Greenville, S.C. (J.L. Mann HS) HONORS 2010 Shrine Bowl participant...Earned SCVarsity. com First Team All-State honors in 2010...Named All-Region and All-County in 2010...Named First Team All-State, All-Area and All-Region as a junior in 2009...Named to Mobile Press-Register’s Southeast 120 and ranked 115th. STATS As a senior, notched 70 tackles, two interceptions and returned a forced fumble for a touchdown...Offensively, totaled more than 500 yards rushing ans six TDs, while catching 20 passes for 232 yards and four TDs... Compiled 112 tackles, 12 pass breakups, four forced fumbles and two INTs as a junior in 2009...Returned one of those INTs for a touchdown...Collected 400 yards rushing and three TDs. MISCELLANEOUS Full name: Pat Sanchez Martin...Coach at J.L. Mann: Mickey Crocker. SCHOLARSHIP: George & Nancy Killebrew Endowment

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byron moore So. (RS), Defensive Back, 6-1, 205 Carson, Calif. (Los Angeles Harbor C.C.) HONORS Named Defensive Player of the Year in the Central Division-Western Conference of the Southern California Football Association...2008 honors as a senior include Super Prep All-American, Prep Star All-American, ESPNU 150, Prep Star Dream Team, Sporting News Top 100, Super Prep All-Farwest, Prep Star All-West, Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West First Team, Orange County Register Fab 15 First Team, Tacoma News Tribune Western 100, Cal-Hi Sports All-State first team, Golden State Preps All-Southern California First Team, All-L.A. City First Team, Los Angeles Times All-Star First Team, South Bay Daily Breeze All-South Bay First Team and All-Marine League Offensive MVP. STATS At Los Angeles Harbor Community College, totaled 42 tackles and nine interceptions, two of which were returned for touchdowns...As a senior at Narbonne High School, compiled 83 tackles, four INTs (two TDs), three fumble recoveries (one TD) and a pair of forced fumbles...Offensively, tallied 61 receptions for 963 yards and eight scores...Also notched 820 return yards along with four TDs. MISCELLANEOUS Graduated from high school and signed with USC, where he redshirted as a freshman...Was teammate of current UT defensive tackle Malik Jackson at USC... Has three years of eligibility...Competed in track and field in high school...As a senior in 2009, was rated as the No. 98 overall prospect nationally, No. 6 overall safety and No. 11 player in the state of California by Rivals...Full name: Byron Terrell Moore...Coach at Los Angeles Harbor: Brett Peabody...Coach at Narbonne: Manual Douglas. SCHOLARSHIP: Alton E. Blakley, Jr. Athletic Scholarship

geraldo orta Fr., Defensive Back, 6-0, 180 Valdosta, Ga. (Lowndes HS) *Planning on delayed enrollment. HONORS Honored as Class 1-AAAAA All-Region by the coaches. STATS As a senior, tallied 80 tackles, three tackles for loss,

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12 pass breakups, one interception, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery...Recorded 85 tackles, four tackles for loss, 16 pass breakups and six INTs as a junior in 2009. MISCELLANEOUS Helped team to a 10-3 record as a senior and led Vikings to the Region Championship...Full name: Geraldo Orlando Orta...Coach at Lowndes: Randy McPherson.

alan posey Fr., Offensive Lineman, 6-6, 330 Athens, Ga. (Clarke Central HS) HONORS Selected to NUC All-World Gridiron Classic...Class AAAA First Team All-State selection as a junior and senior...Earned All-Region 8 Class AAAA honors... Named Athens Banner-Herald First Team All-Area... Number 21 on Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Fab 50. STATS Part of an offensive line that allowed just one sack during senior season, while contributing 50 pancake blocks individually...As a junior in 2009, helped team allow just two sacks...Also recorded 45 pancake blocks. MISCELLANEOUS Helped team to Class AAAA state championship game as a junior but fell to Sandy Creek HS, which was led by current UT tailback Rajion Neal...Clarke Central went undefeated during senior regular season...Helped Clarke Central to 32-6 record in three letterman years...Also wrestled and threw shot put... Full name: Alan Michael Posey...Coach at Clarke Central: Leroy Ryals. SCHOLARSHIP: Roy & Patsy Johnston Athletic Scholarship

brian randolph Fr., Defensive Back, 6-0, 190 Kennesaw, Ga. (Kell HS) HONORS 2010 Gatorade Player of the Year in Georgia...Georgia 4A Defensive Player of the Year by both AP and Coaches...Parade All-America honors...Three-time All-State honoree...Named to the Georgia Super 11 by the Atlanta Journal Constitution...Earned 2010 Rivalshigh.com All-America Team honors...2010 Atlanta Sports Council Athlete of the Year...Named Mari-

etta Daily Journal’s Defensive Player of the Year... Selected to the GACA North/South All-Star Game. STATS As a senior, totaled 162 tackles (98 solo), nine pass breakups, four interceptions and two fumble recoveries...Also ran for 1,068 yards and 16 touchdowns, while catching 17 passes for 414 yards and a pair of scores...Additionally, returned seven kickoffs for 191 yards and a TD...In junior campaign, tallied 125 tackles, eight tackles for loss, 18 pass breakups, three INTs and a pair of sacks...Offensively, topped 1,300 yards rushing while scoring 12 TDs...Compiled 198 tackles and three INTs as a sophomore in 2008. MISCELLANEOUS Helped Longhorns to 12-1 record as a senior, while leading Kell to Georgia’s Class 4A Elite Eight...Full name: Brian Anthony Randolph...Coach at Kell: Derek Cook. SCHOLARSHIP: Wade & Virginia Travis Athletic Scholarship Endowment

antonio richardson Fr., Offensive Lineman, 6-6, 325 Nashville, Tenn. (Pearl-Cohn HS) HONORS Selected to U.S. Army All-American Bowl...ESPNU 150 Team...Rivals100 Squad...Earned Division 2-AA All-State First Team honors...Named to The Tennessean’s All-Mid State team...Played for the 2011 U.S. Under-19 National Team in the Team USA vs. The World game...Named to Mobile Press-Register’s Southeast 120 and ranked 25th. STATS Part of an offensive line that allowed zero sacks during junior campaign...Added 60 pancake blocks. MISCELLANEOUS Named to the Class of 2011 Sporting News Top 100 (No. 49 overall/No. 7 offensive lineman)...Full Name: Antonio James Richardson. SCHOLARSHIP: Ayres Athletic Endowment

trevarris saulsberry Fr., Defensive Lineman, 6-5, 280 Gainesville, Fla. (Gainesville HS) HONORS Two-time All-Area selection as a junior and senior... Named Second Team All-State and First Team All-Area


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STATS As a senior in 2010, tallied 68 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, eight quarterback pressures and 4 1/2 sacks (fourth best in District 5 4A)...Offensively, tallied 12 receptions for more than 120 yards, while adding three touchdown receptions...Notched 55 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, four sacks and 12 QB hurries as a junior in 2009...Also registered five receptions for 62 yards and a TD.

SCHOLARSHIP: Ted W. Cook Jr. Endowment

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HONORS As a senior in 2010, honored as First Team All-County and All-Central Florida by the Orlando Sentinel… Named the No. 4 downhill runner by Rivals.com… As a junior in 2009, selected as Third Team Class 6A All-State and First Team All-Central Florida by the Orlando Sentinel.

HONORS Named to the MIAA Class 5A-6A Team by the Memphis Commercial Appeal...Also earned All-District 16-AAA honors via the Commercial Appeal...Notched FoxMemphis Preseason All-Mid South Team honors. STATS Recorded 97 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, four interceptions (one returned for TD), 22 pass breakups and one sack during senior campaign...Also ran for 900 yards and eight touchdowns, while collecting 280 receiving yards and a pair of scores...Gained 800 rushing yards and 110 receiving yards as a junior in 2009 to go with 11 touchdowns...Also returned a pair of kickoffs for TDs...Defensively, totaled 48 tackles, 15 interceptions and five pass breakups. MISCELLANEOUS Brother is Miami’s (Fla.) fifth all-time leading rusher, Graig Cooper...Also a standout track and field athlete at Melrose...Full name: Harold Tino Thomas Jr.... Coach at Melrose: Robert Ferrante. SCHOLARSHIP: Anonymous

jordan williams Fr., Defensive Lineman, 6-5, 240 Gainesville, Fla. (Gainesville HS)

STATS As a senior, averaged 7.2 yards-per-carry for 1,253 yards and 17 touchdowns…Also caught 22 passes for 108 yards and a pair of TDs...Notched more than 300 yards on kickoff returns and a pair of scores...As a junior, ran for 1,651 yards and 24 touchdowns...Also tallied five catches for 62 yards and a TD...Averaged 15 yards per kickoff return, while adding a TD during junior season...As a sophomore in 2008, registered 102 carries for 811 yards and nine touchdowns…Also caught 10 passes for more than 200 yards and three touchdowns.

HONORS Named to the Gainesville Sun’s Super 11 team...Selected to the Gainesville Sun’s 2010 Class 5A-AA First Team.

MISCELLANEOUS Full name: Thomas Franklin Smith...Coach at Apopka: Rick Darlington.

MISCELLANEOUS Helped team to 11-2 record as a senior...High school teammate of fellow UT signee Trevarris Saulsberry... Father, Keith, played on Florida’s defensive line in the mid-1980s...Sister, Janine, played volleyball at Florida...Full name: Jordan Cornell Williams...Coach at Gainesville: Ryan Smith.

SCHOLARSHIP: Moore Athletic Scholarship Endowment

STATS Finished third in District 5 A-AA with six sacks as a senior...Totaled 72 tackles, eight tackles for loss and 10 quarterback pressures in 2010...Also tallied three receptions for 33 yards and a touchdown...Registered more than 80 tackles, 14 tackles for loss, five sacks, 12 QB hurries and five pass breakups during junior campaign in 2009.

justin worley Fr., Quarterback, 6-4, 200 Rock Hill, S.C. (Northwestern HS) HONORS As a senior in 2010, earned Gatorade National Player of the Year accolades, becoming the first ever player from South Carolina to earn the honor in any sport…Finalist for the Gatorade Male High School Athlete of the Year award…Earned Parade All-America honors...Garnered ESPN RISE First Team All-America accolades...Earned South Carolina Player of the Year honors…Named to RivalsHigh 2010 All-America Team and selected as RivalsHigh Offensive Player of the Year...SCPrepNation. com Player of the Year…Named All-State as a senior and junior in 2009…Honored as the National Sophomore of the Year in 2008 by MaxPreps. STATS Finished career with 13,385 passing yards and 157 touchdowns…As a senior, threw for 5,315 yards and a state-record 64 touchdowns, while also rushing for six TDs…Completed 429-of-590 passes (.727) in final year…Finished 26-of-42 for 263 yards and five TDs in 2010 State Championship victory…Compiled 4,366 passing yards and 42 TDs as a junior…Threw for 3,641 yards and 50 TDs in sophomore campaign. MISCELLANEOUS Enrolled at UT in January and participated in spring workouts...Helped team win Class AAAA Division II State Championship as a senior in 2010 against Greenwood to cap a 15-0 record…Led team to state championship game in 2008 against South Pointe... Named to the Class of 2011 Sporting News Top 100 (No. 85 overall/No. 7 quarterback)...Also a standout in basketball and baseball at Northwestern…Full Name: Justin Scott Worley…Coach at Northwestern: Jimmy Wallace. SCHOLARSHIP: Inman Family Men’s Athletic Endowment Scholarship

devrin young Fr., Tailback, 5-8, 165 Knoxville, Tenn. (Bearden HS) HONORS Named Class AAA Tennessee Mr. Football Back of the Year...Garnered All-State honors in 2008, 2009 and 2010...Earned ESPN RISE Third Team All-America accolades...2010 District 4-AAA Player of the Year... Knoxville News Sentinel PrepXtra Offensive Player of the Year in 2010...2009 District 4-AAA Offensive Back of the Year...2009 Knoxville Interscholastic League (KIL) Offensive Player of the Year...Earned First Team PrepXtra honors in 2009...2008 MaxPreps Second Team Sophomore All-America...2008 TFCA and TSWA All-State...2008 PrepXtra Sophomore of the Year and First Team All-KIL...Also earned First Team All-Region honors on offense and defense as a sophomore...2008 All-KIL Offense by News Sentinel. STATS Totaled 7,433 all-purpose yards and 83 touchdowns in decorated prep career, while intercepting three passes and compiling 54 tackles on defense...Averaged 7.7 yards per carry throughout career...In senior campaign, rushed for 2,271 yards and 32 TDs on 228 carries, while catching 13 passes for 201 yards and four TDs...As a junior in 2009, rushed for 1,455 yards with 19 touchdowns in 10 games…Also hauled in 19 receptions for 189 yards and a score...Ran for 1,366 yards and 17 touchdowns while also catching eight passes for 168 yards and two touchdowns as a sophomore in 2008...Factored in special teams, returning 31 punts for 518 yards and two TDs and returning 30 kickoffs for 1,173 yards and six TDs in three years. MISCELLANEOUS 2010 Football Captain at Bearden...Finished second in the 100-meter dash at the 2010 Class AAA Tennessee state track and field meet...Full name: Devrin Dominique Young...Coach at Bearden: Brad Taylor. SCHOLARSHIP: Flynn Family Athletic Scholarship Endowment

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Fr., Running Back, 5-11, 205 Apopka, Fla. (Apopka HS)

Fr., Defensive Back, 6-0, 200 Memphis, Tenn. (Melrose HS)

SCHOLARSHIP: Rinker Materials Company Athletic Scholarship Fund

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MISCELLANEOUS Helped team to 11-2 record as a senior...High school teammate of fellow UT signee Jordan Williams... Full name: Trevarris Rashaad Saulsberry...Coach at Gainesville: Ryan Smith.

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by the Gainesville Sun as a junior in 2009...Member of the 2010 Gainesville Sun’s Super 11...Selected to the Gainesville Sun’s 2010 Class 5A-AA First Team defense.


2010 Review 117 Year in Review /// 119 Game Reviews /// 132 Season Statistics photo >> Patrick Murphy-Racey (pmrphoto.com)

Vols Earn Music City Bowl Trip Thanks to November Sweep Young Roster Quickly Gains Experience by Season’s End By Josh Pate /// UTSports.com

Derek Dooley heard the mumblings. His players did, too. Halfway through the 2010 football season and his University of Tennessee Volunteers sitting with a 2-6 record, the men wearing orange heard their critics talk of how this could be the worst Tennessee football team in years … perhaps ever. There were the difficult times against highly touted opponents Oregon and Florida, and a nailbiting, two-overtime victory to beat UAB. Then there was the winless October, which began with a heartbreaking loss at LSU and ended in three conference thumpings. Dooley and his players heard the doubters. And they answered. “Sitting there at 2-6 and people talking about us being the worst football team in Tennessee history, and nobody in this organization flinched,” Tennessee’s first-year head coach said. “I’m real proud of them for that.” Dooley had reason to be proud. After a September and October in which the Vols faced five opponents ranked inside the top 20, UT turned things around and won four consecutive games to close out the regular season with a 6-6 (3-5 SEC) record to become bowl eligible for the second season in a row and 49th time in school history. Tennessee lost a heartbreaker to North Carolina

in the Music City Bowl, but the season was an improbable turnaround nonetheless. “We never got affected by the results,” Dooley said. “Everybody in the organization improved over the course of the season, and that’s all you can ask for.” Perhaps nobody improved more than freshman quarterback Tyler Bray. He came off the bench against South Carolina and, despite throwing an interception on his first pass, provided a spark in the Tennessee offense with a pair of touchdowns. He had some help as senior wide receiver Denarius Moore exploded for a career-high 228 yards receiving and brought the Vols to a fourth quarter tie with the Gamecocks. But things fell apart when South Carolina superstar Alshon Jeffrey caught a 70-yard touchdown pass to break the tie and help the Gamecocks pull away for the 38-24 victory over the Vols. It was Tennessee’s sixth loss of the season. At that moment, it was gut-check time. Nobody outside the locker room was talking about a bowl game; they were talking about long-term stability. Inside the locker room, however, the talk was about fixing what was broken – and fixing it immediately. “Any other team, period, could just hang their heads and quit after going 2-6 and losing for 40 days straight,” said senior receiver Gerald Jones. “This young team didn’t, which is very exciting to see and great for the future. We kept fighting and turned this season around and got ourselves a bowl game to go to.” That’s thanks to an explosive November. A week after the South Carolina loss, Bray earned his first start at Memphis and responded with 325 yards and five touchdowns in a 50-14 romp over the Tigers. Then the Vols dominated Ole Miss for a surprising 52-14 Homecoming victory at Neyland Stadium, UT’s first conference win of the season. A hard-fought 2410 win at Vanderbilt left it all hanging on a streak that pre-dates anybody on the roster. >>> continued on page 118


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Tennessee’s bowl game chances and getting its record to .500 sat on extending a 25-game winning streak over Kentucky. Again, Bray stepped up with a 354yard, two touchdown day. But the seniors shined most. Nick Reveiz recovered a critical Kentucky fumble that shifted the momentum in Tennessee’s favor. The Wildcats were leading 7-0 and ready to claw once again from the 1-yard line. UK’s Derrick Locke fumbled the football into the checkerboard, and Reveiz pounced on it. Thwarting a potential 14-0 deficit, the Vols rallied back quickly. Bray used four passes to hit Jones for the game-tying touchdown. On the next drive, Bray hit Moore on a 49-yard pass and then connected with him again for a 12-yard touchdown and the lead. Moore finished with 205 yards receiving – mostly on deep passes from Bray – to record his second 200-yard game of the year and become the only UT player to boast that accomplishment. When the horn blew, the Vols won 24-14, kept the streak alive at 26 games, and did the improbable considering the start to the season by securing a bowl bid. For this group to lead the rebound the way it did and head to Tennessee’s second consecutive bowl game is evidence of the group’s character. However, by no means was the path as simple as it seems. Perhaps no step along the way was more painful than the afternoon in Baton Rouge. UT began celebrating what appeared to be an upset victory over No. 12 LSU as the Tigers saw a bad snap end with zeroes showing on the game clock and the Vols leading 14-10. Players ran onto the field, coaches headed toward each other to shake hands, and television began showing the final score. But officials ruled that Tennessee had too many players on the field, and LSU was awarded another play from the 1-yard line. That’s when Stevan Ridley pushed into the end zone with no time left to win the game for LSU 16-14. If that wasn’t enough, UT suffered back-to-back losses to chief rivals Georgia (41-14) and Alabama (4110), both heralded for matching Dooley with his past through family and mentors. The South Carolina loss capped the winless October and left the Vols at 2-6. Yet there was no white flag. In fact, it was just the opposite. The locker room mentality strengthened. Players understood the challenge they faced, and they answered the bell. “It’s hard to describe how proud I am of this football team,” Dooley said. “All the stuff that’s happened to these guys, these were the few that stuck with it and loved Tennessee. They didn’t care what happened. They believed in Tennessee. They got rewarded for sticking to it.” 118

2010 Schedule and Results Date

Opponent

Site TV Time

Sept. 4

UT Martin Skyhawks

Knoxville PPV 6:00 ET W, 50-0 Att.: 99,123

Sept. 11

# 7/8 Oregon Ducks

Knoxville ESPN2 7:00 ET L, 13-48 Poole has career day with 162 rushing Att.: 102,035 yards, but Ducks score 45 unanswered

Sept. 18

#10/7 Florida Gators

L, 17-31 Knoxville CBS 3:30 ET Att.: 102,455

Vols cut lead to 24-17 in fourth quarter, but UF extends series win streak to six

Sept. 25

UAB Blazers

Knoxville SEC Netwk 12:21 ET W, 32-29 (2 ot) Att.: 95,183

25-yard TD pass in 2nd overtime lifts Vols; UT 9-2 all-time in OT (5-0 at Neyland)

Oct. 2

at #12/10 LSU Tigers

Baton Rouge, La. CBS 2:30 CT L, 14-16 Att.: 92,932

LSU scores to win on final play of game, Vols defense forces 4 turnovers on road.

Oct. 9

at Georgia Bulldogs

Athens, Ga. SEC Netwk 12:21 ET L, 14-41 Att.: 92,746

Three turnovers contribute to 27-7 deficit at half; only 4th UT loss in last 10 at UGA.

Oct. 23

#7 Alabama Crimson Tide

Knoxville ESPN 7:00 ET L, 10-41 Att.: 102,455

Vols scored first, trailed 13-10 at half; Tide pulled away with 21-point third qtr.

Oct. 30

at #17 South Carolina Columbia, S.C. SEC Netwk 12:21 ET L, 24-38 Gamecocks Att.: 79,336

Vols tie score at 24 in 4th quarter; lose for only 2nd time in Columbia since ‘96.

Nov. 6

at Memphis Tigers

Memphis CBS Coll. 7:00 CT W, 50-14 Att.: 39,742

Vols led 40-7 at half behind Bray’s 5 TD’s; defeat Memphis for 7th consecutive time.

Nov. 13

MISSISSIPPI (HC) Rebels

Knoxville CBS Noon ET W, 52-14 Att.: 96,044

UT takes 31-14 lead at half; Vols produce five turnovers and 441 yards total offense.

Nov. 20

at Vanderbilt Commodores

Nashville CSS 6:30 CT W, 24-10 Att.: 37,017

14th consecutive win for UT in Nashville; Poole TD run seals win with 1:29 left.

Nov. 27

KENTUCKY Wildcats

Knoxville SEC Netwk 12:21 ET W, 24-14 Att.: 101,170

Vols win 26th consecutive game against UK; become bowl eligible with victory.

Dec. 30

NORTH CAROLINA Tar Heels

Nashville ESPN 5:30 ET L, 27-30 (2 ot) Att.: 69,143

Vols lose in double overtime after outcome reversed again on final play.

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Series/Result Note First season-opening shutout in 17 years; Poole and Moore each score 2 TDs


SEASON REVIEW/GAME RECAPS

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0 0 0 0 -- 0 13 7 23 7 -- 50

PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Simms 24 14 0 181 1 42 Bray 6 3 1 24 0 9 Totals 30 17 1 205 1 42

RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg 4 14 0 6 Taylor Thompson 3 38 0 30 Everett 2 21 0 13 Hamrick 1 7 0 7 McNeil 1 6 0 6 Totals 11 86 0 30

RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg 6 86 0 37 Jones Moore 4 66 1 42 Stocker 2 17 0 9 Cooper 2 13 0 9 D.Rogers 1 9 0 9 Rivera 1 7 0 7 Z.Rogers 1 7 0 7 Totals 17 205 1 42

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg 17 112 2 110 2 24 Poole Neal 9 83 4 79 0 40 Oku 6 77 0 77 1 44 Moore 1 58 0 58 1 58 T.Williams 3 9 1 8 0 8 Simms 3 7 0 7 0 3 1 0 1 -1 0 0 Bray Team 3 0 6 -6 0 0 Totals 43 346 14 332 4 58

>> SCORING SUMMARY

1st UT Lincoln 21 field goal. UT Oku 44 run (Lincoln kick). UT Lincoln 35 field goal. 2nd UT Poole 24 run (Lincoln kick). 3rd UT Moore 58 run (Lincoln kick). UT Moore 42 pass from Simms (Lincoln kick). UT Poole 14 run (Lincoln kick). UT Team safety (McNeil tackled in end zone). 4th UT Waggner 54 interception return (Lincoln kick).

>> TEAM STATS

UT UTM First Downs 23 3 Rushes-Yards 43-332 29-56 Passing Yards 205 86 Passes (A-C-I) 30-17-1 26-11-2 Total Offensive Plays 73 55 Total Offense 537 142 2-1 3-0 Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards 5-25 11-83 Punts-Average 4-40.8 10-41.7 Time of Possession 33:21 26:39 2 of 17 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 15 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 2 0 of 1 Sacks By-Yards 1-4 1-1

to the defensive side of the ball. “The last time I played linebacker in a real game would be my senior year in high school,” Johnson said. “It felt good to be back out there and playing linebacker. Before the game I was really going over my playbook trying to get all the stuff down I needed. Once I got out there it just kind of came to be and I was able to play fast.” Matt Simms completed 14 of 24 passes for 181 yards and the touchdown to Moore in his first Vols start. 119

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PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg 22 9 2 66 0 30 Carr Ju.McNair 4 2 0 20 0 13 Totals 26 11 2 86 0 30

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Ju.McNair 6 34 0 34 0 22 1 16 0 16 0 16 Taylor Ja.McNair 13 20 13 7 0 5 Shiver 1 5 0 5 0 5 Blanks 1 3 0 3 0 3 Carr 2 2 4 -2 0 2 0 1 Barksdale 3 1 3 -2 McNeil 2 0 5 -5 0 0 Totals 29 81 25 56 0 22

• Derek Dooley became the 18th of 22 UT head coaches to win his inaugural game. • Ten Vols started for the first time -- six on offense and four on defense. • Tennessee’s defense limited UT Martin to just three first downs, including one in the first half. • Ja’Wuan James, who started at right tackle, was one of 12 true freshmen to see action for the Vols. • UT finished the game with 332 yards rushing and 205 passing. • Redshirt freshman Joseph Ayres saw action at defensive tackle. Ayres is the great-great-grandson of Brown Ayres, who served as UT’s 12th president from 1904-19 and for whom Ayres Hall is named.

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THE VOLS

>> UT MARTIN

Tauren Poole had touchdown runs of 24 yards and 14 yards as Tennessee beat UT Martin 50-0 for Derek Dooley’s first victory as the Volunteers’ coach. It was Tennessee’s first shutout since a 48-0 win over Vanderbilt in 2003 and first time facing an FCS opponent since a win over The Citadel in 1983. Poole had been waiting for his chance to shine and he delivered, darting through holes, running around coverage and picking up 110 yards on 17 carries before sitting out the fourth quarter. “The backs ran well; the line blocked well,” Dooley said. “They were packing them in and trying to stop the run, but we did a nice job up front. The runners ran hard and I think we just wore them down a bit.” David Oku had his share of carries too and found some large holes for a 44-yard touchdown run with 5:00 left in the first quarter to give the Vols a 10-0 lead in the season opener for both teams. Denarius Moore ran 58 yards for a touchdown and caught a 42-yard scoring pass from Matt Simms. Moore finished with 66 yards on four catches, and Gerald Jones had 86 yards on six catches before injuring his left hand. Tennessee scored nearly every way it could. Austin Johnson and Greg King tackled D.J. McNeil in the end zone for a safety. Prentiss Waggner intercepted Derek Carr and ran 54 yards for a touchdown. Daniel Lincoln kicked field goals of 21 and 35 yards. “I was real proud of how we came out in the third quarter too,” Dooley said. “We weren’t relaxed or complacent. Overall, it was a good, solid win.” UT Martin’s young, inexperienced offense couldn’t find any rhythm. The Skyhawks neither completed a pass nor picked up a first down in the first quarter but were flagged for delay of game four times. By the end of the game, they had 142 yards on offense compared to Tennessee’s 537. The Vols shut out an opponent for the first time since Nov. 22, 2003, then they blanked Vanderbilt at home, 48-0. “The defense was aggressive,” Dooley said. “We tackled well, and those are the basics you worry about in the first game.” Carr finished 9-for-22 for 66 yards and threw two interceptions. The Skyhawks were penalized 11 times for 83 yards. In addition to his shared tackle for the safety, linebacker Johnson also intercepted a pass in his return

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Sept. 4 | Knoxville | Neyland Stadium | 6 p.m. | 99,123

Vols pitch first shutout since 2003, blank cross-state Skyhawks in opener

OUTLOOK

Game 1


REVIEW

Vols’ fast start, rain delay can’t keep Ducks from flying to easy triumph Tennessee’s early success and a first-quarter weather delay couldn’t keep No. 7 Oregon from a big victory over the Vols. LaMichael James ran for 134 yards, including a 72-yard touchdown to open the second half, and the Ducks scored 45 consecutive points to beat Tennessee 48-13. The Vols were on the board first with a pair of Daniel Lincoln field goals before a thunderstorm roared through Knoxville, halting the game for 70 minutes. The delay didn’t seem to affect UT as the Big Orange defense held Oregon to a field goal and then scored the game’s first touchdown, a 1-yard plunge by Tauren Poole that made it 13-3. “I was proud of how we came out and competed early in the game,” UT head coach Derek Dooley said. “We screwed up the last three minutes of the half in all phases. So we go in halftime tied, which was fine. But we didn’t have a good look in our eye at halftime.” James had only 27 yards at the break after being targeted by the Volunteers’ defense for the entire first half. But he broke several tackles on the 72-yard touchdown run that vaulted Oregon into the lead for good. The Vols then seemed to fall apart. “You would have thought we were down 40,” Dooley said. “We hit some bad adversity in the third quarter and we didn’t handle it well.” The Vols were penalized for having an ineligible receiver on one play and a false start on another. A pass by Matt Simms intended for Zach Rogers was cleanly picked off by Cliff Harris, who returned it 76-yards for another score to give Oregon a 27-13 lead with 6:27 left in the third quarter. Simms, who completed 15 of 29 for 151 yards, struggled to connect with his receivers. Poole and backup David Oku couldn’t get their footing. Kenjon Barner, who scored five TDs filling in for James as the Ducks’ No. 1 tailback in a 72-0 win against New Mexico in Week 1, took a punt back 80 yards for a touchdown that made it 41-13 with 11:39 left. The Ducks struggled to find a first-half answer for Poole, who had 111 yards rushing in the first quarter. He finished with 162 yards on 23 carries. “He was great and we needed him to be,” Dooley said. “He ran hard. We caught them in some pretty good looks and they made adjustments.” Oregon quarterback Darron Thomas completed 17 of 32 for 202 yards and two touchdowns. The 120

THE WRAPUP • Tennessee’s top four tacklers in the game all recorded career highs: Nick Reveiz (10), Chris Walker (8), Gerald Williams (7) and Prentiss Waggner (7). • Sophomore Marsalis Teague made his first defensive start at cornerback. Teague started five games at wide receiver in 2009. • The last time Tennessee was involved in a weather delay was at Arkansas in 2001, a game the Vols won 13-3. • The 35-point margin was Tennessee’s worst loss in Neyland Stadium history, topping the 33-0 defeat to VMI on Nov. 17, 1923.

Game 2

#7/8 Oregon Tennessee

3 10 14 21 -- 48 6 7 0 0 -- 13

Sept. 11 | Knoxville | Neyland Stadium | 7 p.m. | 102,035

>> SCORING SUMMARY

1st UT Lincoln 48 field goal. UT Lincoln 35 field goal. ORE Beard 37 field goal. 2nd UT Poole 1 run (Lincoln kick). ORE Beard 42 field goal. ORE Paulson 27 pass from Thomas (Beard kick). 3rd ORE James 72 run (Beard kick). ORE Harris 76 interception return (Beard kick). 4th ORE Tuinei 29 pass from Thomas (Beard kick). ORE Barner 80 punt return (Beard kick). ORE Alston 2 run (Beard kick).

>> TEAM STATS

UT ORE First Downs 14 26 Rushes-Yards 36-182 44-245 151 202 Passing Yards Passes (A-C-I) 29-15-1 32-17-0 Total Offensive Plays 65 76 Total Offense 333 447 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1 7-60 6-38 Penalties-Yards Punts-Average 8-41.4 4-41.8 31:13 28:47 Time of Possession Third-Down Conversions 2 of 15 5 of 12 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 1 of 1 Sacks By-Yards 1-10 2-13

Ducks picked up 447 yards of offense compared to the Vols’ 333 yards, despite holding the ball three fewer minutes than Tennessee. The officials halted play with 8:53 remaining in the first quarter after Lincoln’s second field goal when lightning was spotted in the area. The teams spent an hour in their locker rooms as heavy rain and lightning hovered over Neyland Stadium, and many of the capacity crowd of 102,035 fans huddled under overhangs and crowded the concourses.

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>> OREGON

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg James 16 142 8 134 1 72 Alston 9 43 3 40 1 8 Thomas 7 44 10 34 0 17 Barner 7 26 0 26 0 7 Costa 1 11 0 11 0 11 Hawkins 2 4 0 4 0 2 Team 2 0 4 -4 0 0 Totals 44 270 25 245 2 72 PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Thomas 32 17 0 202 2 29 RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg 5 50 0 17 Maehl Paulson 4 61 1 27 Tuinei 3 45 1 29 Barner 2 11 0 7 Davis 2 6 0 6 Williams 1 29 0 29 Totals 17 202 2 29

>> Tennessee

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Poole 23 164 2 162 1 39 D.Rogers 1 21 0 21 0 21 Oku 7 12 4 8 0 3 Neal 2 2 0 2 0 1 Simms 3 2 13 -11 0 2 Totals 36 201 19 182 1 39 PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Simms 29 15 1 151 0 31 RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Moore 4 37 0 17 Z.Rogers 3 45 0 31 Poole 3 17 0 14 Cooper 2 14 0 11 Hunter 1 31 0 31 Oku 1 5 0 5 Stocker 1 2 0 2 Totals 15 151 0 31


GAME RECAPS

#10/7 Florida Tennessee

0 7 17 7 -- 31 3 0 7 7 -- 17

RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Thompson 4 55 0 24 Demps 3 34 0 16 2 26 0 14 Moore Hines 2 15 0 13 Reed 1 22 0 22 Clark 1 8 0 8 Hammond 1 7 1 7 Totals 14 167 1 24

PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Simms 31 19 2 259 2 49 RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Stocker 5 41 0 19 Z.Rogers 4 53 0 33 Hunter 3 60 1 35 Poole 3 38 0 31 Cooper 2 12 0 7 Moore 1 49 1 49 Oku 1 6 0 6 Totals 19 259 2 49

>> SCORING SUMMARY

1st UT Lincoln 49 field goal. 2nd FLA Gillislee 2 run (Sturgis kick). 3rd FLA Sturgis 44 field goal. UT Moore 49 pass from Simms (Lincoln kick). FLA Hammond 7 pass from Brantley (Sturgis kick). FLA Gillislee 5 run (Sturgis kick). 4th UT Hunter 35 pass from Simms (Lincoln kick). FLA Burton 2 run (Sturgis kick).

>> TEAM STATS

UT FLA First Downs 11 18 23-29 49-150 Rushes-Yards Passing Yards 259 167 Passes (A-C-I) 31-19-2 23-14-0 Total Offensive Plays 54 72 Total Offense 288 317 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 4-2 Penalties-Yards 9-54 5-25 Punts-Average 5-44.4 3-43.7 Time of Possession 23:14 36:46 Third-Down Conversions 2 of 13 8 of 14 1 of 2 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 2 Sacks By-Yards 1-8 6-34

by Tauren Poole. Poole, who entered the game leading the SEC in rushing, was held to 27 yards. UT scored first for the first time against Florida since 2001 when Daniel Lincoln kicked a first-quarter 49-yard field goal, tying his career high. But the Vols had their own struggles. After recovering a fumbled punt return by Janoris Jenkins at the Florida 21, the Vols drove 18 yards but missed a chance to score when Jonathan Bostic picked off a pass by Simms in the end zone. 121

HONORS & records VOLMANAC

PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Brantley 23 14 0 167 1 24

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Oku 5 24 0 24 0 11 Poole 10 27 4 23 0 12 Simms 8 16 34 -18 0 12 Totals 23 67 38 29 0 12

• Linebacker Nick Reveiz (14) and safety Janzen Jackson (9) both turned in career highs in tackles. Reveiz also recovered a fumbled punt by the Gators. • True freshman James Stone replaced the injured JerQuari Schofield on the offensive line during the second half. Stone joined Ja’Wuan James as the Vols’ second true freshman on the offensive front. • Tight end Luke Stocker matched his career high with five catches, finishing with 41 receiving yards. • Florida’s six consecutive wins are the most in the series since the Vols won the first 10 contests from 1916-53. • Justin Hunter, another Vols true freshman, led UT with 60 receiving yards on three catches. Included was his first career touchdown, a 35-yard pass from Matt Simms that closed Tennessee to within 24-17 early in the fourth.

2010 REVIEW

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Demps 26 94 21 73 0 18 1 36 0 36 0 36 Hines Gillislee 8 27 0 27 2 11 Moody 5 20 0 20 0 9 Brantley 4 19 10 9 0 12 Burton 2 4 0 4 1 2 Team 3 0 19 -19 0 0 Totals 49 200 50 150 3 36

>> Tennessee

THE WRAPUP

THE VOLS

>> FLORIDA

Tennessee had its chance against a second consecutive top 10 foe, down seven points midway through the fourth quarter. But Florida used a nine-play drive capped by a 2-yard touchdown run from Trey Burton to seal a 31-17 victory at Neyland Stadium. Tennessee tied the game at 10 with a 49-yard touchdown pass from Matt Simms to Denarius Moore with 8:59 in the third quarter. Simms completed 19 of 31 for two touchdowns. Florida stalled on the next drive until Gators coach Urban Meyer called for a fake punt on fourthand-6. Omarius Hines ran 36 yards to keep the drive alive, and John Brantley eventually connected with Frankie Hammond on a 7-yard touchdown pass. “It was a big play; it was a good call by them,” UT head coach Derek Dooley said. “Looking back, we should have been in safe punt. We were trying to make something happen a little bit. They made a good play and got us on that.” Jeremy Brown picked off a pass by Simms on third-and-6 at the Tennessee 40, which set up Gillislee’s second touchdown that gave the Gators a 2410 lead just before the end of the third quarter. The Vols, who were hosting a second AP top 10 team in as many weeks, had found themselves in a similar situation a week earlier against Oregon and unraveled. They seemed on the verge of a meltdown again when Simms appeared to be sacked in the end zone for a safety, but an official review ruled him down on the 1. Tennessee punted but got the ball back when Dooley challenged a run by Jeff Demps, insisting the Florida track star had fumbled. The officials agreed, and the Vols answered with a 35-yard touchdown pass from Simms to true freshman Justin Hunter on fourth-and-6 to cut Florida’s lead to 2417 with a 11:24 left. Dooley, who was facing the Gators for the first time as a head coach, said that’s the kind of reaction he expects from a team that hasn’t done much to prove it can fight back from adversity. “We should do that. I’m proud of them for that, but we should do that every game,” Dooley said. “All that does is give you a chance, and it proved out.” It also didn’t last very long. Florida responded with Trey Burton’s 2-yard touchdown run that iced the Vols, who allowed two more big sacks on Simms and turned the ball over with a fumble

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Sept. 18 | Knoxville | Neyland Stadium | 3:30 p.m. | 102,455

Turnovers stifle second-half rally, Vols can’t reverse Gators’ streak

OUTLOOK

Game 3


REVIEW

Simms-to-Moore toss lifts Vols past Blazers in double-overtime thriller Tennessee made its last chance at victory count, and the Vols escaped with a 32-29 win over UAB in double overtime at Neyland Stadium. Matt Simms threw the game-winner, a 25-yard touchdown to Denarius Moore on UT’s first play of the second overtime. The score was a sudden end to a seesaw affair that saw the Blazers rally from a 16-point halftime deficit. “He (Moore) was my first read on the play, came off the play action, the safety flat-footed there for a split second and that was all the time I needed to make my decision,” Simms said. “I just tried to put it in a place where he could go up and get it and jump over the corner, and that is exactly what he did.” The Volunteers held a 23-7 lead at halftime thanks mainly to Moore’s first touchdown, a 13-yard reception, and Zach Rogers’ 72-yard catch and run. Both of those plays came in the first quarter and were followed by a Daniel Lincoln 47-yard field goal and Prentiss Waggner’s second interception return for touchdown of 2010, this one from 9 yards just before the break. But the Blazers staged their comeback as David Isabelle found Frantrell Forrest on a 27-yard touchdown strike in the third quarter, and ran for 6 yards for another score in the fourth. After each touchdown, Bryan Ellis hit Jeffery Anderson on a pair of two-point conversions. Daniel Lincoln kicked a 40-yard field goal for Tennessee to open the first overtime, and UAB’s Josh Zahn, who missed field goals from 41, 35, 49, 30 and 54 in regulation, connected on a 35-yard field goal to answer. Ellis hit Pat Shed on a 14-yard pass to pick up a first down in the second overtime but his 7-yard pass to Patrick Hearn came up 4 yards short of the end zone, and Zahn scored on a 21-yard field goal to put UAB up 29-26 before the Vols’ final touchdown. The Blazers dominated the game in nearly every category. They picked up 544 yards compared to the Vols’ 287 yards, had eight more first downs and converted seven more third down attempts. Tennessee’s defense couldn’t stop UAB, who used Isabelle, the backup quarterback, to chip away yards with his runs and Ellis, the starter, to convert thirdand-long situations. Ellis completed 29 of 55 for 373 yards, a touchdown and an interception. Isabelle ran 16 times for 73 yards and completed 4 of 5 for 56 yards and a touchdown. 122

THE WRAPUP • Tennessee improved to 9-2 in overtime, including a 5-0 mark at Neyland Stadium. • Matt Simms’ 72-yard touchdown pass to Zach Rogers was Tennessee’s longest scoring pass play since Erik Ainge connected with Robert Meachem for an 84-yard TD at Memphis in 2006. • Tennessee started the game 0-for-10 on third down conversions until David Oku’s 1-yard run midway through the fourth quarter. The Vols finished the contest 2-of-15 on third down. • The Vols finished 2-2 at home in September.

Game 4

UAB Tennessee

7 0 8 8 3 3 -- 29 14 9 0 0 3 6 -- 32

Sept. 25 | Knoxville | Neyland Stadium | 12:21 p.m. | 95,183

>> SCORING SUMMARY

1st UT Moore 13 pass from Simms (Lincoln kick). UAB Jones 52 pass from Ellis (Zahn kick). UT Z.Rogers 72 pass from Simms (Lincoln kick). 2nd UT Lincoln 47 field goal. UT Waggner 9 interception return (Kick block). 3rd UAB Forrest 27 pass from Isabelle (Anderson pass from Ellis). 4th UAB Isabelle 6 run (Anderson pass from Ellis). OT1 UT Lincoln 40 field goal. UAB Zahn 35 field goal. OT2 UAB Zahn 21 field goal. UT Moore 25 pass from Simms.

>> TEAM STATS

UT UAB First Downs 15 23 27-42 32-115 Rushes-Yards Passing Yards 245 429 Passes (A-C-I) 34-19-0 60-33-1 Total Offensive Plays 61 92 Total Offense 287 544 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-0 Penalties-Yards 4-20 7-55 Punts-Average 9-42.1 4-45.5 Time of Possession 23:53 36:07 Third-Down Conversions 2 of 15 9 of 23 2 of 2 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 Sacks By-Yards 0-0 5-39

Still, the Vols seemed to be in control in the first half. The Vols went for it on fourth-and-1 at the UAB 15 on its first drive and got two yards on a quarterback sneak by Simms, who threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Moore on the next play. UAB had just tied the game at 7 when Simms answered with the 72-yarder to Rogers on the next play. It was Tennessee’s longest play since an 87-yard touchdown run by LaMarcus Coker against Vanderbilt in 2006.

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>> UAB

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Isabelle 16 73 10 63 1 18 Shed 6 42 1 41 0 15 Borne 3 13 0 13 0 5 Franklin 1 7 0 7 0 7 Forrest 1 6 0 6 0 6 Ellis 1 2 0 2 0 2 Brooks 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 11 -11 0 0 Jones Team 1 0 6 -6 0 0 Totals 32 143 28 115 1 18 PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Ellis 55 29 1 373 1 52 Isabelle 5 4 0 56 1 27 Totals 60 33 1 429 2 52 RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Forrest 7 109 1 42 Shed 7 58 0 14 Hearn 4 38 0 17 Anderson 3 53 0 34 Borne 3 48 0 28 Franklin 3 37 0 14 Jones 2 58 1 52 Williams 2 28 0 24 Ellis 1 1 0 1 Brooks 1 -1 0 0 Totals 33 429 2 52

>> Tennessee

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Oku 8 35 2 33 0 12 6 25 2 23 0 11 Poole Neal 4 20 0 20 0 11 D.Rogers 1 0 8 -8 0 0 Simms 8 13 39 -26 0 7 Totals 27 93 51 42 0 12 PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Simms 34 19 0 245 3 72 RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg 5 68 2 25 Moore Stocker 4 56 0 17 Oku 3 23 0 9 Z.Rogers 2 78 1 72 D.Rogers 2 16 0 13 Rivera 2 6 0 3 Hunter 1 -2 0 0 Totals 19 245 3 72


GAME RECAPS

Tennessee #12/10 LSU

7 0 0 7 -- 14 7 0 0 9 -- 16

RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Jones 5 46 0 26 Moore 2 19 0 13 Stocker 2 16 0 13 Hunter 1 37 0 37 Z.Rogers 1 5 0 5 Poole 1 -2 0 0 Totals 12 121 0 37

PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Lee 23 16 1 185 0 47 Jefferson 10 3 2 30 0 17 Totals 33 19 3 215 0 47 RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg D.Peterson 5 45 0 16 Randle 4 69 0 47 Toliver 3 52 0 21 Shepard 3 26 0 12 Ridley 2 7 0 8 Ware 1 16 0 16 Murphy 1 0 0 0 Totals 19 215 0 47

>> SCORING SUMMARY

1st LSU Jefferson 83 run (Jasper kick). UT Poole 1 run (Palardy kick). 4th LSU Jasper 31 field goal. UT Simms 3 run (Palardy kick). LSU Ridley 1 run.

>> TEAM STATS

UT LSU First Downs 12 20 Rushes-Yards 37-96 36-219 Passing Yards 121 215 23-12-0 33-19-3 Passes (A-C-I) Total Offensive Plays 60 69 Total Offense 217 434 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-1 3-10 9-54 Penalties-Yards 5-48.2 3-48.0 Punts-Average Time of Possession 30:07 29:53 Third-Down Conversions 7 of 15 7 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 2 1 of 1 Sacks By-Yards 2-17 5-41

jury to lead the Vols with five receptions for 46 yards while helping UT convert a season-high seven third downs. LSU sacked Simms five times for 41 yards in losses that added to the Tigers’ total offensive margin of 434 to 217. Lake Charles, La., native Janzen Jackson was outstanding in his return to the Bayou State. The sophomore snagged his second career interception, returning it 14 yards, to go with seven tackles. 123

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PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Simms 23 12 0 121 0 37

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Ridley 22 124 1 123 1 59 Jefferson 5 100 0 100 1 83 Shepard 2 12 0 12 0 9 Ford 2 6 0 6 0 6 Murphy 2 5 12 -7 0 5 Lee 3 2 17 -15 0 2 Totals 36 249 30 219 2 83

• Tennessee was 3-of-5 on third-down conversion attempts in the first quarter after converting just two third-downs in each of the last two games. The Vols finished 7-of-15 for the afternoon. • Luke Stocker started his 30th consecutive game. • Matt Simms scored his first major college touchdown, a 3-yard run that gave Tennessee the lead 1410 early in the fourth quarter. • UT allowed two opposing ball-carriers to rush for 100 yards for the first time since UT’s 1990 Cotton Bowl win over Arkansas. • The Vols defense compiled 25 tackles by players from Louisiana -- Herman Lathers (10), Prentiss Waggner (8) and Janzen Jackson (7). Bayou State natives Dallas Thomas and Jarrod Shaw started on the offensive line. • The Vols did not score first for the first time in 2010. • For the first time all season (including overtime against UAB), Tennessee won the coin toss.

2010 REVIEW

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Poole 24 110 1 109 1 20 Moore 2 16 0 16 0 16 Oku 1 3 0 3 0 3 Simms 10 9 41 -32 1 4 Totals 37 138 42 96 2 20

>> LSU

THE WRAPUP

THE VOLS

>> Tennessee

BATON ROUGE, La. -- LSU scored on the game’s very first play and again on the very last play -- after Tennessee was penalized for too many men on the field. Those scores were enough to allow the Tigers to escape with a 16-14 decision that was beyond heartbreaking to the UT faithful. The Tigers remained unbeaten after a Volunteers penalty for too many players on the field rescued LSU from what appeared to be a botched final play. LSU was confused on third-and-goal from the 1 and allowed the clock to run nearly to zero before a mishandled shotgun snap seemingly ended the game and sent Tennessee players streaming onto the field in jubilation. The celebration was cut short when officials ruled the Vols had 13 defensive players on the field when the ball was snapped. Stevan Ridley then bulled into the end zone from less than a yard out for the wild finish. “I don’t know if I have ever had a loss like that,” UT head coach Derek Dooley said. “They changed personnel and ran a bunch of guys on the field. It was a lot of chaos. “Things happened fast and guys didn’t run off the field. The ball was snapped pretty quickly, and so we lose the game. I have never hurt like this before.” Jordan Jefferson had an 83-yard TD run on LSU’s first offensive play, but UT’s defense limited the Tigers after that, forcing four turnovers including three interceptions. Tennessee played without a turnover for the second game in a row. “Our guys fought and fought,” Dooley said. “We played great on special teams, we got turnovers and every time things went bad we kept sticking with it. It was a great football game.” Tennessee was in the game the whole way despite playing in its first road contest of the season. Tauren Poole’s 1-yard dive over the pile helped the Vols to a 7-7 tie at halftime. Matt Simms’ 3-yard touchdown run put the Vols in the lead with 11:34 left in the fourth quarter. The first interception of LaMarcus Thompson’s career in the Vols’ end zone put Tennessee in position to bury the Tigers in a hole with another score, but the Tigers’ defense got a critical stop on fourth-and-1 at the LSU 31. Poole topped 100 yards for the third time in 2010 with a 109-yard performance. Gerald Jones returned from a three-game absence after nursing a hand in-

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Oct. 2 | Baton Rouge, La. | Tiger Stadium | 2:30 p.m. | 92,932

Vols win, then lose, after late penalty nullifies all-out effort against Tigers

OUTLOOK

Game 5


REVIEW

Bulldogs bite Vols early & often in 41-14 decision at Athens ATHENS, Ga. -- Aaron Murray ran for two touchdowns and threw for two more scores as Georgia snapped a four-game losing streak and defeated Tennessee 41-14 in a tough homecoming for Volunteers coach Derek Dooley. UT made this one easy on the Bulldogs, turning it over three times, giving up four sacks and falling behind 17-0 in the first quarter. “We ran into a motivated team today,” Dooley said of Georgia, which entered the game with a 1-4 record. “We got affected on the road and couldn’t keep our composure. We are not going to win with those types of turnovers.” Murray was 17 of 25 for 266 yards passing and ran seven times for 41 yards. A.J. Green had six catches for 96 yards and a touchdown. Georgia scored first when Murray raced nearly untouched for a 35-yard touchdown. Then it was time for Tennessee to start making mistakes. Matt Simms lofted a pass that was deflected and picked off by Bacarri Rambo, who managed to get one foot down just before he flew through the bench area and actually leaped over the famous hedge that surrounds the field. The first of the turnovers led to Blair Walsh’s 42yard field goal. On the ensuing kickoff, Eric Gordon had the ball knocked loose and Derek Owens recovered at the Tennessee 41. Murray struck right away, hooking up with Green on a 33-yard pass. After King was thrown for a loss, Murray hooked up with Rantavious Wooten on a 9-yard touchdown to give the Bulldogs a 17-point cushion. “That’s what we expected Georgia to be like at the beginning of the season,” Dooley said. “But I was disappointed in how we competed.” Tennessee’s only bright spot in the first half came after Simms appeared to headed for yet another sack, but managed to slip away from two defenders and loft a 38-yard touchdown pass to Justin Hunter. But any hope of the Vols rallying was snuffed out when Green hauled in a 22-yard touchdown pass down the middle that made it 24-7. Walsh added a 20-yard field goal for a 27-7 halftime lead. Just about everything went Georgia’s way. On the opening possession of the second half, Murray spun away from a would-be tackler in the backfield, took off running again to his left and managed to stick the ball 124

THE WRAPUP • Justin Hunter became the first Vols receiver with 100 yards in a game since Robert Meachem had 145 against Kentucky in 2004. • Matt Simms’ streak of pass attempts without an interception was snapped at 72. • Rajion Neal’s first career catch was a 58-yarder from Simms that led to Tauren Poole’s third-quarter TD. Neal finished with two catches for 70 yards. • True freshman quarterback Tyler Bray saw his first meaningful action, entering the game in the fourth quarter and completing 8 of 12 passes for 81 yards. • Georgia controlled the clock for 34:33 to UT’s 25:27. • Chad Cunningham contributed a season-long punt of 55 yards in the second quarter.

Game 6

Tennessee Georgia

0 7 7 0 -- 14 17 10 14 0 -- 41

Oct. 9 | Athens, Ga. | Sanford Stadium | 12:21 p.m. | 92,746

>> SCORING SUMMARY

1st GA Murray 35 run (Walsh kick). GA Walsh 42 field goal. GA Wooten 9 pass from Murray (Walsh kick). 2nd UT Hunter 38 pass from Simms (Palardy kick). GA Green 22 pass from Murray (Walsh kick). GA Walsh 20 field goal. 3rd GA Murray 5 run (Walsh kick). UT Poole 2 run (Palardy kick). GA Chapas 1 run (Walsh kick).

>> TEAM STATS

UT GA First Downs 12 20 26-9 36-136 Rushes-Yards Passing Yards 260 266 Passes (A-C-I) 25-17-1 25-17-0 Total Offensive Plays 51 61 Total Offense 269 402 Fumbles-Lost 3-2 1-0 Penalties-Yards 5-38 5-50 Punts-Average 5-44.0 4-43.5 Time of Possession 25:27 34:33 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 13 4 of 10 0 of 0 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 Sacks By-Yards 2-18 4-27

over the goal line just before stepping out of bounds. Hunter finished with four catches for 110 yards and the touchdown to highlight Tennessee offensive effort. He had receptions of 28 and 25 yards in addition to the touchdown play. Herman Lathers was UT’s defensive tackle leader with seven, while Janzen Jackson and Willie Bohannon added sacks. Limited by four Georgia sacks, Tennessee finished the game with just 9 rushing yards on 26 attempts.

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>> Tennessee

>> GEORGIA

PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Simms 13 9 1 179 1 58 Bray 12 8 0 81 0 22 Totals 25 17 1 260 1 58

PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Murray 25 17 0 266 2 33

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Poole 15 53 2 51 1 13 Neal 2 3 0 3 0 2 0 0 Moore 1 0 0 0 Jones 1 0 1 -1 0 0 Simms 6 6 27 -21 0 5 Team 1 0 23 -23 0 0 Totals 26 62 53 9 1 13

RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Hunter 4 110 1 38 Neal 3 70 0 58 Stocker 2 36 0 22 Moore 2 18 0 11 Poole 2 14 0 9 Z.Rogers 1 8 0 8 Rivera 1 4 0 4 Jones 1 3 0 3 D.Rogers 1 -3 0 0 Totals 17 260 1 58

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg King 13 66 8 58 0 16 Murray 7 59 18 41 2 35 12 34 1 33 0 13 Ealey Munzenmaier 2 4 0 4 0 2 Chapas 1 1 0 1 1 1 Team 1 0 1 -1 0 0 Totals 36 164 28 136 3 35

RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Green 6 96 1 33 King 3 48 0 20 White 2 41 0 30 Charles 2 35 0 25 Ealey 2 20 0 12 Durham 1 17 0 17 Wooten 1 9 1 9 Totals 17 266 2 33


GAME RECAPS

#7 Alabama Tennessee

3 10 21 7 -- 41 7 3 0 0 -- 10

PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Simms 22 12 1 117 0 26 Bray 14 5 1 39 0 16 Totals 36 17 2 156 0 26

RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Jones 12 221 0 47 Maze 4 73 0 36 Hanks 3 10 0 9 Dial 1 11 0 11 Richardson 1 5 1 5 Williams 1 4 0 4 Alexander 1 3 0 3 Ingram 1 -1 0 0 Totals 24 326 1 47

RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Jones 7 52 0 15 Stocker 3 26 0 10 Neal 2 29 0 26 D.Rogers 2 19 0 23 Rivera 1 16 0 16 Poole 1 8 0 8 Z.Rogers 1 6 0 6 Totals 17 156 0 26

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Poole 14 122 5 117 1 59 Neal 6 36 0 36 0 22 Simms 3 9 1 8 0 9 D.Rogers 1 3 0 3 0 3 Moore 1 2 0 2 0 2 Jones 2 3 5 -2 0 3 Bray 3 9 14 -5 0 9 Totals 30 184 25 159 1 59

>> SCORING SUMMARY

1st UT Poole 59 run (Palardy kick). ALA Shelley 36 field goal. 2nd ALA McElroy 1 run (Shelley kick). ALA Shelley 42 field goal. UT Palardy 33 field goal. 3rd ALA Ingram 1 run (Shelley kick). ALA Richardson 65 run (Shelley kick). ALA Ingram 1 run (Shelley kick). 4th ALA Richardson 5 pass from McCarron (Foster kick).

>> TEAM STATS

UT ALA First Downs 19 24 Rushes-Yards 30-159 34-210 Passing Yards 156 326 Passes (A-C-I) 36-17-2 35-24-0 Total Offensive Plays 66 69 Total Offense 315 536 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 5-48 5-52 Punts-Average 6-48.2 2-47.0 Time of Possession 28:00 32:00 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 15 7 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 0 of 1 Sacks By-Yards 1-7 2-14

the Vols’ 17-13 win in 2004. Tauren Poole found a gaping hole in the line and ran 59 yards to the end zone with 8:44 left in the first quarter. Poole finished with 117 yards on the ground, becoming the first player to rush for more than 100 yards against Alabama since Mississippi’s BenJarvus Green-Ellis ran for 131 on Oct. 13, 2007. Jones set an Alabama game record with 221 yards on 12 catches for the Crimson Tide, which got its fourth straight win over Tennessee for the first time since 1992. 125

HONORS & records VOLMANAC

PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg McElroy 32 21 0 264 0 42 McCarron 3 3 0 62 1 47 Totals 35 24 0 326 1 47

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Richardson 12 119 0 119 1 65 Ingram 14 88 0 88 2 42 Goode 2 4 0 4 0 2 McCarron 1 4 0 4 0 4 Fowler 2 4 1 3 0 4 McElroy 2 1 7 -6 1 1 Team 1 0 2 -2 0 0 Totals 34 220 10 210 4 65

• Justin Hunter made his first career start at wide receiver, becoming the fifth true freshman and fourth position player to start for the Vols this season. • Tauren Poole broke loose for a 59-yard touchdown in the first quarter that was the longest rush of his career. • Freshman placekicker Michael Palardy scored his first career field goal on a 33-yarder to end the first half. • Chad Cunningham averaged a season-best 48.2 yards per punt on six kicks. • Nick Reveiz finished with 11 tackles to lead the Vols for the fifth time in seven games. • The Vols were shut out in the second half for the third time this season.

2010 REVIEW

>> Tennessee

THE WRAPUP

THE VOLS

>> ALABAMA

Trent Richardson’s 65-yard touchdown run and 5-yard touchdown reception were part of 28 unanswered second-half points as No. 7 Alabama beat Tennessee 41-10 at Neyland Stadium. The Vols seemed ready for another close game against the Crimson Tide, this time under first-year coach Derek Dooley, who was facing former boss Nick Saban. Dooley was part of Saban’s coaching staff for seven seasons at LSU and the Miami Dolphins. Alabama, which had won 21 consecutive over unranked opponents, came out of halftime with only a 13-10 lead after a sluggish first half. But the Tide wasted no time in the third quarter, getting three straight first downs on its opening drive before Mark Ingram pushed the ball 1 yard for the touchdown for a 20-10 lead. The Vols attempted to pressure the Crimson Tide’s running game by blitzing and pressuring quarterback Greg McElroy, but the effort wore down a team plagued by a lack of depth. McElroy completed 21 of 32 for 264 yards, mostly to receiver Julio Jones. “We watched the film and the film says they throw it,” Dooley said. “They threw for 326. We struggled to stop it.” Richardson and Ingram had just 91 yards rushing at halftime, but added 96 yards on the ground in the third quarter, including Richardson’s touchdown and a pair of 1-yard scoring runs by Ingram. Richardson finished with 119 yards on 12 carries, and Ingram had 88 yards on 14 runs. “We fought them pretty hard for 30 minutes and were scrapping and fighting,” Dooley said. “The third quarter, obviously, was the difference.” For their part, the Volunteers had a few shots to keep the game competitive in the second half. Matt Simms led a long drive that eventually stalled at the Alabama 35 after three straight run plays, and Michael Palardy missed a 52-yard field goal attempt that could have cut the Crimson Tide’s lead to a touchdown. Simms drove the Vols the length of the field when they got the ball back after Richardson’s touchdown, but Robert Lester stepped in front of a would-be touchdown pass to Gerald Jones and took the ball to the Vols 20. Simms finished 12 for 22 for 117 yards and an interception, but no touchdowns. “I think Matt did some really good things,” Dooley said. “He just had a couple of bad decisions.” Tennessee got the first score for the first time since

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Oct. 23 | Knoxville | Neyland Stadium | 7 p.m. | 102,455

Vols close at intermission, then undone by Tide’s second-half surge

OUTLOOK

Game 7


REVIEW

Vols rally from 14-point deficit before Gamecocks strike twice in 4th COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Alshon Jeffery hauled in a 70yard touchdown catch to help South Carolina escape a Tennessee comeback and remain in control of the SEC East. Jeffery caught a routine pass over the middle with the game tied at 24, moved toward the right sideline and outran several Vol defenders to give the Gamecocks the lead in an eventual 38-24 victory. “The worst that should have come from that play was a first down for 12 yards, but that’s what great players do,” UT head coach Derek Dooley said. “That’s what impact, game-changing players do. If you look at the fourth quarter, who took over? Nos. 1 and 21, and that’s what great players do.” Jeffery, who wears the No. 1 jersey, was joined by freshman tailback Marcus Lattimore, who wears No. 21, as the offensive stars for the Gamecocks. Jeffery finished with 3 catches for 87 yards and his winning TD reception, while Lattimore rushed 29 times for a career-high 184 yards and another score. The Vols had rallied from a 14-point deficit on a pair of touchdown passes from backup quarterback Tyler Bray to tie the game at 24-24. To spark the comeback, Tennessee pulled off its first successful fake punt since 2004 when Chad Cunningham ran for 25 yards on fourth-and-10. On the next play, Bray connected with Denarius Moore on a 30yard scoring pass to pull within a touchdown. Bray and Moore were at it again on Tennessee’s next series. The two combined for a 64-yard reception to the Gamecocks 2 and, after a personal foul penalty pushed the Vols back, Bray hit Gerald Jones for a 17-yard touchdown to tie it up at 24-all. Bray, playing in his first meaningful action, told his teammates not to hang their heads. “I came back in the second half and said, ‘Hey guys, lets go’ and started throwing it to the playmakers,” said Bray, who also threw an interception that defensive end Devin Taylor returned 24 yards for a touchdown. Moore was Tennessee’s offensive star, finishing the game with 228 receiving yards on just six receptions. The senior’s previous game high was 86 at the 2008 Outback Bowl against Wisconsin. The teams were tied 10-10 at halftime when UT turned the ball over twice early in the third quarter. South Carolina capitalized both times with easy touchdowns to take its 24-10 advantage. “It is impossible to have a worse start in the third 126

THE WRAPUP • Herman Lathers and LaMarcus Thompson tied for UT’s tackle honors with seven apiece. Lathers added a sack, another tackle for loss and a QB hurry. • Nick Reveiz intercepted the first pass of his career to thwart a South Carolina scoring chance on the game’s opening drive. • Four of Gerald Jones’ six receptions converted third downs and kept Tennessee drives alive. • Quarterback Matt Simms opened the game 6-of-6 for 119 yards. • Denarius Moore’s 228 receiving yards were second in the UT history books to Kelley Washington’s 256 against LSU in 2001.

Game 8

Tennessee 3 7 7 7 -- 24 #17 South Carolina 0 10 14 14 -- 38 Oct. 30 | Columbia, S.C. | Williams-Brice Stadium | 12:21 p.m. | 79,336

>> SCORING SUMMARY

1st UT Palardy 39 field goal. 2nd SC Lanning 40 field goal. SC Lattimore 1 run (Lanning kick). UT Stocker 12 pass from Simms (Palardy kick). 3rd SC Garcia 1 run (Lanning kick). SC Taylor 24 interception return (Lanning kick). UT Moore 30 pass from Bray (Palardy kick). 4th UT Jones 17 pass from Bray (Palardy kick). SC Jeffery 70 pass from Garcia (Lanning kick). SC Garcia 1 run (Lanning kick).

>> TEAM STATS

UT SC 21 20 First Downs Rushes-Yards 37-92 43-212 312 223 Passing Yards Passes (A-C-I) 28-19-1 22-13-1 Total Offensive Plays 65 65 Total Offense 404 435 Fumbles-Lost 3-3 2-0 7-57 6-49 Penalties-Yards Punts-Average 2-48.5 3-40.0 31:32 28:28 Time of Possession Third-Down Conversions 7 of 14 7 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 3 0 of 0 Sacks By-Yards 2-9 6-41

quarter,” Dooley said. “But to the team’s credit, they showed a little resolve and tied the score. “At the end of the day, mistakes were the difference. You’re not going to beat a team that is going to the Georgia Dome when you spit it up four times and give up six sacks.” Wide receiver Da’Rick Rogers led the Tennessee rushing attack with 49 yards on five carries around end. Bray finished 9-of-15 for 159 yards and the two scores in relief of Matt Simms.

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>> Tennessee

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg D.Rogers 5 50 1 49 0 19 Poole 16 40 7 33 0 9 Cunningham 1 25 0 25 0 25 Neal 6 16 0 16 0 9 Z.Rogers 1 9 0 9 0 9 Simms 4 1 16 -15 0 1 Bray 3 0 24 -24 0 0 Team 1 0 1 -1 0 0 Totals 26 62 53 9 1 13 PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Bray 15 9 1 159 2 62 Simms 13 10 0 153 1 64 Totals 28 19 1 312 3 64 RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Moore 6 228 1 64 Jones 6 49 1 17 Poole 3 21 0 11 Stocker 2 16 1 12 Fugate 1 4 0 4 Neal 1 -6 0 0 Totals 19 312 3 64

>> SOUTH CAROLINA

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Lattimore 29 187 3 184 1 40 Garcia 10 35 17 18 2 13 Maddox 2 9 0 9 0 8 Shaw 1 2 0 2 0 2 Team 1 0 1 -1 0 0 Totals 43 233 21 212 3 40 PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Garcia 22 13 1 223 1 70 RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Jeffery 3 87 1 70 Moore 3 41 0 20 DiMarco 2 37 0 26 Gurley 2 33 0 22 Lattimore 2 26 0 17 Sanders 1 -1 0 0 Totals 13 223 1 70


GAME RECAPS

Tennessee Memphis

13 27 10 0 -- 50 7 0 0 7 -- 14

RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Moore 6 103 1 34 Jones 5 66 1 26 Stocker 3 56 0 32 Rivera 3 29 0 11 Poole 2 50 1 41 Hunter 1 42 1 42 D.Rogers 1 22 1 22 Oku 1 11 0 11 Totals 22 379 5 42

PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Williams 27 18 2 221 2 38 Smith 5 2 1 23 0 17 Totals 32 20 3 244 2 38 RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg 5 76 2 38 Rucker Longstreet 3 40 0 29 Ray 3 34 0 25 Foster 3 29 0 17 McKenzie 2 37 0 22 Rehrer 2 13 0 7 B.Johnson 1 10 0 10 C.Johnson 1 5 0 5 Totals 20 244 2 38

>> SCORING SUMMARY

1st MEM Rucker 4 pass from Williams (Henriques kick). UT Poole 9 pass from Bray (kick failed). UT Hunter 42 pass from Bray (Palardy kick). 2nd UT Palardy 24 field goal. UT Moore 14 pass from Bray (Palardy kick). UT D.Rogers 22 pass from Bray (Palardy kick). UT Jones 9 pass from Bray (Palardy kick). UT Palardy 32 field goal. 3rd UT Poole 21 run (Palardy kick). UT Palardy 33 field goal. 4th MEM Rucker 38 pass from Williams (Henriques kick).

>> TEAM STATS

UT MEM First Downs 22 17 Rushes-Yards 32-130 31-64 Passing Yards 379 244 Passes (A-C-I) 38-22-0 32-20-3 Total Offensive Plays 70 63 Total Offense 509 308 1-1 3-2 Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards 5-29 4-31 Punts-Average 2-34.5 5-45.8 Time of Possession 29:11 30:49 Third-Down Conversions 9 of 15 4 of 12 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 0 of 2 5-31 0-0 Sacks By-Yards

placed Bray and was 3 of 5 for 54 yards. In addition to Poole’s 21-yard scoring run, Palardy added his third field goal of the night from 33 yards out in the second half. Defensive tackle Malik Jackson led Tennessee’s defensive effort with a team-high and career best eight tackles, including two sacks and another for lost yardage. The junior also intercepted his first career pass and returned it 44 yards to set up Poole’s rushing TD. 127

HONORS & records VOLMANAC

PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Bray 33 19 0 325 5 42 Simms 5 3 0 54 0 34 Totals 38 22 0 379 5 42

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Ray 14 60 0 60 0 20 Longstreet 8 32 6 26 0 14 Foster 1 5 0 5 0 5 0 2 Smith 2 2 5 -3 Williams 6 2 26 -24 0 2 Totals 31 101 37 64 0 20

• Tennessee forced five turnovers for the first time in a game since a 63-20 win over Arkansas in 2000. • Bray’s five first-half touchdowns are believed to be a UT record for scoring tosses in the opening 30 minutes. • Denarius Moore (103) and Tauren Poole (101) became the 43rd WR/TB duo in UT history to top 100 yards in the same game. • Tyler Bray set a UT record for a half with 308 yards passing in the first half. • Governor-elect Bill Haslam tossed the coin prior to kickoff.

2010 REVIEW

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Poole 16 104 3 101 1 27 Neal 4 16 2 14 0 9 Oku 6 13 1 12 0 4 0 4 Williams 2 4 1 3 Z.Rogers 1 1 0 1 0 1 D.Rogers 1 1 0 1 0 1 Team 2 0 2 -2 0 0 Totals 32 139 9 130 1 27

>> memphis

THE WRAPUP

THE VOLS

>> Tennessee

MEMPHIS -- Freshman quarterback Tyler Bray, starting his first game for Tennessee, threw for 325 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Volunteers to a 50-14 victory over Memphis. The victory snapped a four-game October losing streak for Tennessee, which was never threatened after the first quarter. Bray, who took over the helm one week earlier in relief of junior Matt Simms, picked apart the young Memphis secondary from the start. “It was obviously a great first half by the team,” UT head coach Derek Dooley said. “We outmatched them, and we did what we should do. It’s been awhile since we got a win, so it was a nicer scene in the locker room.” Tauren Poole rushed for 101 yards, and scored twice -- once on a 21-yard run and another on a 9-yard pass from Bray. The Vols would end the night with 510 yards of offense, including 379 through the air. Memphis actually scored first, but Tennessee’s 50 consecutive points matched UT’s largest scoring output of the season. Ryan Williams connected on 18 of 27 passes for 221 yards for the Tigers. The bulk of Bray’s statistics came in the first half as he completed 17 of 28 passes for 308 yards and all five of his touchdown passes. That helped the Vols carry a 40-7 lead into halftime. “He played well, obviously,” Dooley said. “But we outmatched them on the perimeter. Let’s not get too excited is what I’m saying. He did what he should have done -- throw and catch.” Tennessee already had 398 yards of offense at the break. Bray was spreading out the scoring passes, hitting Poole and Justin Hunter (42 yards) for touchdowns in the first quarter. The second quarter scoring passes were to Denarius More (14 yards), Da’Rick Rogers (22 yards) and Gerald Jones (9 yards). Michael Palardy added field goals of 24 and 32 yards for Tennessee, which scored on every possession. except its first, in the half. For his efforts, Bray was named the SEC’s Freshman of the Week. The Vols held the Tigers to 117 yards of offense, including only 8 yards rushing in the opening 30 minutes. Memphis finished the game with 308 yards of total offense. Midway through the third quarter, Simms re-

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Nov. 6 | Memphis | Liberty Bowl Stadium | 7 p.m. | 39,742

Vols turn calendar, turn to Bray in offensive showcase against Tigers

OUTLOOK

Game 9


REVIEW

Resurgent Vols overwhelm Rebels with two pick-sixes, scoring onslaught Tyler Bray threw three touchdown passes, two of them to Justin Hunter, and Tennessee returned two pass interceptions for touchdowns to capture its first Southeastern Conference win of the season with a 52-14 victory over Mississippi. It also was Derek Dooley’s first SEC win as Tennessee’s coach and first streak of two wins. The Vols have never gone a season without an SEC victory and have won at least three conference games every season since 1977. Tauren Poole added a pair of late touchdown runs as UT snapped a six-game losing streak against SEC West opponents. “It was just a phenomenal effort by our players,” Dooley said. “We were focused. We had our best week of practice and it just showed.” On Tennessee’s first play from scrimmage, Bray attempted a pass to Gerald Jones that was tipped by Mississippi’s Jonathan Cornell right into the hands of Justin Hunter. Hunter had 80 yards of green space and took it all the way to the end zone. The Vols were in control the whole game, thanks to Bray’s passing. Tennessee had only seven yards on the ground in the first half but countered it with 265 yards by air. By the end of the game, Tennessee had outgained Ole Miss 441 yards to 295 on offense. Bray finished 18-of-34 with 323 yards. In two games as the starter, Bray has completed 37-of-67 for 648 yards and eight touchdowns without turning the ball over. Hunter had 114 yards on three catches and Poole had 107 yards on 12 carries. Ole Miss couldn’t get its offense going with Masoli being pressured by the Vols’ defensive line all day. The Rebels entered having given up only seven sacks in eight games, but UT took Masoli down twice and sacked backup Nathan Stanley once. Tennessee took a 21-0 lead with 2:33 left in the first quarter when Eric Gordon picked off a pass by Masoli at the Rebels 46 and ran it back for a touchdown. Prentiss Waggner returned another Masoli interception for a score, his third touchdown on an interception return this season, setting a UT record. “It’s a big honor,” Waggner said. “I really didn’t know about the record until you guys told me. I think it’s all because of the grace of God that I got that interception and got it into the end zone.” 128

THE WRAPUP • Tennessee 52 points were the most scored by the Vols in a regulation SEC game since 2003. • The Bray-to-Hunter TD was Tennessee’s first touchdown on the opening play from scrimmage since Erik Ainge connected with Arian Foster to begin the 2007 contest at Kentucky. • The interception returns for touchdowns by Eric Gordon and Prentiss Waggner were the third and fourth for UT this season. • Returning from a five-game injury absence, Daniel Lincoln kicked a 43-yard field goal that was his eighth consecutive made field goal to begin the season, tying his own school record.

Game 10

Mississippi Tennessee

0 14 0 0 -- 14 21 10 14 7 -- 52

Nov. 13 | Knoxville | Neyland Stadium | Noon | 96,044

>> SCORING SUMMARY

1st UT Hunter 80 pass from Bray (Lincoln kick). UT Moore 17 pass from Bray (Lincoln kick). UT Gordon 46 interception return (Lincoln kick). 2nd MISS Bolden 17 run (Rose kick). UT Hunter 22 pass from Bray (Lincoln kick). MISS Bolden 2 run (Rose kick). UT Lincoln 43 field goal. 3rd UT Waggner 10 interception return (Lincoln kick). UT Poole 36 run (Lincoln kick). 4th UT Poole 35 run (Lincoln kick).

>> TEAM STATS

UT MISS First Downs 20 14 Rushes-Yards 28-118 39-196 Passing Yards 323 99 Passes (A-C-I) 35-18-0 24-10-4 Total Offensive Plays 63 63 Total Offense 441 295 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 2-1 Penalties-Yards 6-45 6-72 Punts-Average 8-37.1 8-48.1 Time of Possession 30:33 29:27 Third-Down Conversions 7 of 16 2 of 12 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 0 of 1 Sacks By-Yards 3-15 3-18

Masoli finished 7-of-18 for 80 yards, with three interceptions and no touchdowns. And the quarterback known for his scrambling abilities had even less success on the ground, with 22 yards rushing. Mississippi entered the game with a ground game that ranked second in the SEC and 13th in the nation, and the Rebels tailbacks did their best to make up for Masoli’s struggles. Brandon Bolden ran for 113 yards and scored on touchdown runs of 17 yards and 2 yards for the Rebels’ only scores.

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>> MISSISSIPPI

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Bolden 12 113 0 113 2 29 Davis 11 45 5 40 0 8 Scott 5 31 0 31 0 25 Masoli 7 31 9 22 0 17 Thomas 2 7 0 7 0 4 Stanley 2 0 17 -17 0 0 Totals 39 227 31 196 2 29 PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Masoli 18 7 3 80 0 26 Stanley 6 3 1 19 0 18 Totals 24 10 4 99 0 26 RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Harris 3 43 0 26 Neat 1 22 0 22 Summers 1 18 0 18 Herman 1 8 0 8 Contartesi 1 6 0 6 Logan 1 4 0 4 Epperson 1 3 0 3 Bolden 1 -5 0 0 Totals 10 99 0 26

>> Tennessee

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Poole 12 113 6 107 2 36 D.Rogers 2 28 0 28 0 17 Z.Rogers 1 4 0 4 0 4 Oku 3 3 2 1 0 3 Neal 4 4 5 -1 0 3 Bray 4 2 18 -16 0 2 Team 2 0 5 -5 0 0 Totals 28 154 36 118 2 36 PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Bray 34 18 0 323 3 80 Simms 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 18 0 323 3 80 RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Moore 4 88 1 38 Jones 4 48 0 22 Stocker 4 40 0 24 Hunter 3 114 2 80 Rivera 2 35 0 26 Poole 1 -2 0 0 Totals 18 323 3 80


GAME RECAPS

Tennessee Vanderbilt

7 7 0 10 -- 24 0 3 0 7 -- 10

RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Jones 6 80 0 23 D.Rogers 3 59 0 27 Moore 2 31 1 20 Oku 1 34 0 34 Hunter 1 15 1 15 Poole 1 11 0 11 Cooper 1 4 0 4 Stocker 1 -2 0 0 Totals 16 232 2 34

PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Funk 14 9 1 146 1 43 Smith 27 11 1 76 0 14 Totals 41 20 2 222 1 43 RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Matthews 5 62 1 16 Herndon 4 31 0 14 Barden 3 58 0 43 Tate 3 11 0 12 Wimberly 2 34 0 28 Cole 1 21 0 21 Krause 1 8 0 8 Umoh 1 -3 0 0 Totals 20 222 1 43

>> SCORING SUMMARY

1st UT Hunter 15 pass from Bray (Lincoln kick). 2nd UT Moore 20 pass from Bray (Lincoln kick). VAN Fowler 31 field goal. 4th UT Lincoln 28 field goal. VAN Matthews 16 pass from Funk (Fowler kick). UT Poole 28 run (Lincoln kick).

>> TEAM STATS

UT VAN First Downs 19 23 34-128 36-111 Rushes-Yards Passing Yards 232 222 Passes (A-C-I) 27-16-2 41-20-2 Total Offensive Plays 61 77 Total Offense 360 333 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-0 Penalties-Yards 9-75 6-35 Punts-Average 5-37.2 6-45.2 Time of Possession 30:16 29:44 Third-Down Conversions 7 of 15 8 of 18 1 of 1 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 Sacks By-Yards 3-12 1-8

and were 20-of-41, continuing a season-long trend of completing less than 50 percent of their passes. Starter Larry Smith was pulled late in the game for Funk after completing just 11-of-27 passes for 76 yards. Herman Lathers was Tennessee’s tackle leader for the third time this season, finishing with 10, while Nick Reveiz added nine. Prentiss Waggner and Janzen Jackson each notched their fourth inteceptions of the year, with Jackson’s halting a Vanderbilt drive at the goal line. 129

HONORS & records VOLMANAC

PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Bray 27 16 2 232 2 34

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Reeves 17 64 4 60 0 11 Smith 11 39 17 22 0 11 Funk 2 15 0 15 0 13 Tate 3 15 0 15 0 7 Krause 1 0 0 0 0 0 Samuels 2 1 2 -1 0 1 Totals 36 134 23 111 0 13

• Tennessee held the lead after the first quarter for the ninth time in 11 games this season. The only other results were a 7-7 tie at LSU and a 17-0 deficit at Georgia. • The Vols recorded multiple interceptions in a third consecutive game for the first time since 2007. • Daniel Lincoln connected on his ninth consecutive field goal to start the season, breaking his own record of eight set in 2007. • Tyler Bray’s streak of 96 consecutive passes without an interception was snapped in the second quarter. • Freshman Da’Rick Rogers registered career bests with three receptions for 59 yards, including a career-long catch of 27 yards. • Gerald Williams’ blocked field goal was Tennessee’s first since Dan Williams turned the trick in the second overtime of the Vols’ memorable 2007 win at Kentucky. • Tauren Poole missed by one his seventh 100-yard game.

2010 REVIEW

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Poole 23 107 8 99 1 28 Jones 2 19 0 19 0 12 Oku 6 17 1 16 0 5 Moore 1 1 0 1 0 1 Bray 2 1 8 -7 0 1 Totals 34 145 17 128 1 28

>> VANDERBILT

THE WRAPUP

THE VOLS

>> Tennessee

NASHVILLE -- Tauren Poole rushed for 99 yards and the game-clinching touchdown, and Tennessee kept its bowl hopes alive with a 24-10 win over Vanderbilt. The Commodores threatened with a late touchdown, but Tennessee sent Vanderbilt to its sixth straight loss when Poole took advantage of a failed onside kick to rip off a 28-yard touchdown run with 1:11 remaining. “I knew it’d be tough,” UT head coach Derek Dooley said. “We had opportunities to put the game away and didn’t capitalize. Tyler [Bray] struggled with decision-making and you have to give Vanderbilt a lot of credit for that.” Tennessee won its third consecutive game for the first time since 2007. Bray threw for 232 yards but struggled with two interceptions, his first real adversity since taking over as starter three weeks ago. That didn’t stop the Volunteers from beating the Commodores for the fifth straight time and 27th of 28 in the series. “With all of the mistakes, we still held them to 10 points and found a way to win,” Dooley said. “That’s all that matters.” As expected in a game featuring the SEC East’s two one-win teams, neither squad was particularly sharp. Bray got off to a fast start, completing nine of his first 10 passes to give the Vols a 14-0 lead midway through the second quarter. He threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Justin Hunter in the first quarter and a 20-yard scoring pass to Denarius Moore midway in the second. But Bray killed Tennessee’s next two drives with interceptions, and then had trouble connecting with his receivers the rest of the way, finishing 16-of-27. “Second half, they made a great adjustment and had a lot of movement with their defensive line and linebackers,” said Gerald Jones, who caught six passes for 80 yards. “It made it hard for our offensive linemen, but our defense stepped up for us.” While the offense struggled to find consistency, the defense took advantage of several Vanderbilt miscues. UT defensive tackle Gerald Williams was in on several big plays. The senior had eight tackles, including a sack, and also blocked a Commodores field goal try. For his efforts, the SEC named Williams its Defensive Lineman of the Week. Vanderbilt quarterbacks threw two interceptions

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Nov. 20 | Nashville | Vanderbilt Stadium | 6:30 p.m. | 37,017

Vols struggle but clip Commodores behind defensive effort, late TD run

OUTLOOK

Game 11


REVIEW

Vols extend streak to 26 over Wildcats, earn bowl trip after flawless month Tyler Bray threw for 354 yards and two touchdowns as Tennessee extended its winning streak over Kentucky to 26 straight games to become bowl eligible with a 24-14 victory at Neyland Stadium. After losing four games in October, the Vols were perfect in their four November games. They also upheld the longest active streak in a series between two major college teams, one that’s survived 10 coaches on the two squads and is older than any player on either side’s roster. “It’s hard to describe how proud I am of this football team,” UT head coach Derek Dooley said. “Sitting there at 2-6 and people are talking about us being the worst football team in Tennessee history, and nobody in this organization flinched. I’m real proud of that.” Denarius Moore caught one of Bray’s touchdown passes and had 205 yards receiving to become the only Vols receiver in history to have more than 200 yards receiving in two games in either a season or career. Moore had 228 yards in an Oct. 30 loss to South Carolina. “It’s a blessing,” Moore said. “It’s an honor to have this feeling right now.” Kentucky tied the game at 14 with 10:10 left in the third quarter when Mike Hartline hit Tyler Robinson on a 2-yard touchdown pass on fourth-and-1. The Wildcats got the ball back on the next drive when Bray threw one of his two interceptions in the game to Mychal Bailey in the Kentucky end zone. They couldn’t capitalize, and Tennessee drove 73 yards and got a 2-yard touchdown run by Tauren Poole on its ensuing drive to take the lead. Daniel Lincoln kicked a 36-yard field goal with 9:19 in the fourth quarter to pad the margin. Hartline struggled to connect with his receivers late but finished 31-of-44 for 272 yards, the touchdown and an interception. Randall Cobb had 13 catches for 116 yards but did not score a touchdown for the first game all season. Derrick Locke ran 24 times for 97 yards, but only eight of those yards came after halftime. Kentucky appeared poised to take a 14-point lead late in the first quarter after putting together a 16-play, 78-yard drive. But Locke fumbled at the Vols 1 and Tennessee’s Nick Reveiz recovered in the end zone. “That ball just squirted out right in front of me,” Reveiz said. “All I know is that when I saw that ball, I was getting it. No one else was getting it.” 130

THE WRAPUP • Kentucky native Luke Stocker kept his streak alive as the only Vol with a reception in every game this season. Stocker finished with 5 catches for 55 yards. • Michael Palardy rushed 16 yards with Tennessee’s second successful fake punt this year. • Marsalis Teague and Janzen Jackson both set career bests for tackles to lead the Vols with 11 apiece. • Tyler Bray completed 20 of 38 passes for 354 yards -- all career highs -- and was named SEC Freshman of the Week for the third time in November. • Denarius Moore made all seven of his catches for 205 yards and a TD in the second and third quarters. • The Vols finished the regular season with 17 interceptions, tied for second best in the SEC and tied for ninth nationally. • Tennessee averaged 99,781 fans for seven home games at Neyland Stadium.

Game 12

Kentucky Tennessee

7 0 7 0 -- 14 0 14 7 3 -- 24

Nov. 27 | Knoxville | Neyland Stadium | 12:21 p.m. | 101,170

>> SCORING SUMMARY

1st KY Locke 17 run (McIntosh kick). 2nd UT Jones 11 pass from Bray (Lincoln kick). UT Moore 12 pass from Bray (Lincoln kick). 3rd KY Robinson 2 pass from Hartline (McIntosh kick). UT Poole 2 run (Lincoln kick). 4th UT Lincoln 36 field goal.

>> TEAM STATS

UT KY First Downs 23 26 26-76 36-118 Rushes-Yards Passing Yards 354 272 Passes (A-C-I) 38-20-2 46-31-1 Total Offensive Plays 64 82 Total Offense 430 390 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-2 Penalties-Yards 3-37 6-39 Punts-Average 3-35.3 5-37.2 Time of Possession 26:44 33:16 Third-Down Conversions 4 of 12 7 of 16 2 of 2 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 Sacks By-Yards 2-19 2-20

After Reveiz’ recovery, Bray completed four passes, including a 44-yard pass to Moore and an 11yard touchdown toss to Gerald Jones to tie the game at 7 with 13:53 in the second quarter. Kentucky only picked up one first down on the next drive before it was forced to punt. Tennessee had only two plays on the next drive, a 49-yard pass from Bray to Moore and a 12-yard touchdown toss between the pair to give the Vols a 14-7 lead with 10:50 in the second quarter.

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>> KENTUCKY

>> Tennessee

PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Hartline 44 31 1 272 1 37 Cobb 2 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 46 31 1 272 1 37

PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Bray 38 20 2 354 2 49

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg 24 100 3 97 1 17 Locke Cobb 5 25 0 25 0 11 Sanders 3 6 1 5 0 3 Hartline 4 10 19 -9 0 8 Totals 36 141 23 118 1 17

RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Cobb 13 116 0 19 Matthews 6 85 0 37 Sanders 4 27 0 9 Robinson 4 25 1 14 Locke 2 6 0 5 King 1 9 0 9 Kendrick 1 4 0 4 Totals 31 272 1 37

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg 17 67 8 59 1 13 Poole D.Rogers 3 30 0 30 0 12 Palardy 1 16 0 16 0 16 Moore 1 5 0 5 0 5 Bray 2 0 20 -20 0 0 Team 2 0 14 -14 0 0 Totals 26 118 42 76 1 16

RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Moore 7 205 1 49 Jones 6 77 1 21 Stocker 5 55 0 21 Fugate 1 17 0 17 Poole 1 0 0 0 Totals 20 354 2 49


GAME RECAPS

N.Carolina Tennessee

7 10 0 3 7 3 -- 30 7 7 0 6 7 0 -- 27

PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Bray 45 27 3 312 4 45

RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Taylor 9 85 0 18 Jones 5 51 0 16 Draughn 3 6 0 5 Wilson 2 17 0 9 Adams 2 8 0 4 Highsmith 1 39 1 39 Harrelson 1 28 0 28 Totals 23 234 1 39

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Poole 11 41 1 40 0 8 Neal 9 31 3 28 0 16 Jones 1 0 3 -3 0 0 Rogers 2 0 7 -7 0 0 Bray 5 3 33 -30 0 0 Team 1 0 1 -1 0 0 Totals 29 75 48 27 0 16

RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg Jones 9 89 1 29 Stocker 5 58 1 20 Moore 4 69 0 21 Poole 4 16 0 7 Rogers 1 45 1 45 Rivera 1 15 0 15 Hunter 1 8 1 8 Neal 1 7 0 7 Rogers 1 5 0 5 Totals 27 312 4 45

>> SCORING SUMMARY

1st NC Draughn 58 run (Barth kick). UT Jones 29 pass from Bray (Lincoln kick). 2nd NC Barth 28 field goal. UT Rogers 45 pass from Bray (Lincoln kick). NC Highsmith 39 pass from Yates (Barth kick). 4th UT Hunter 8 pass from Bray (kick blocked). NC Barth 39 field goal. OT1 NC Yates 1 run (Barth kick). UT Stocker 20 pass from Bray (Lincoln kick). OT2 NC Barth 23 field goal.

>> TEAM STATS

UT NC First Downs 20 21 27-29 29-151 Rushes-Yards Passing Yards 312 234 Passes (A-C-I) 45-27-3 40-23-1 Total Offensive Plays 74 69 Total Offense 339 385 Fumbles-Lost 3-0 1-1 Penalties-Yards 8-75 12-80 Punts-Average 8-43.5 7-40.9 Time of Possession 31:49 28:11 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 16 5 of 15 0 of 0 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 Sacks By-Yards 3-29 4-33

showed North Carolina had “more than 11” players on the field for a 5-yard penalty. But they said Yates had spiked the ball with 1 second remaining. Bray finished with 312 yards passing and four touchdowns, the last coming in the first overtime when he found Luke Stocker with a 25-yarder. Gerald Jones ended his UT career with a careerhigh nine catches for 89 yards and UT’s first score of the game. Fellow senior Denarius Moore added four receptions for 68 yards. 131

HONORS & records VOLMANAC

PASSING Att Comp Int Yds TD Lg Yates 39 23 1 234 1 39 Team 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 40 23 1 234 1 39

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg Draughn 23 160 0 160 1 58 Harrelson 1 12 0 12 0 12 Boyd 1 7 0 7 0 7 Yates 4 1 29 -28 1 1 Totals 29 180 29 151 2 58

•The game’s attendance of 69,143 was a Music City Bowl record. •Tyler Bray’s 45 pass attempts were the second most in Tennessee bowl history (Casey Clausen 55, 2004). •Tauren Poole rushed for 40 yards to finish the season as UT’s 16th 1,000-yard rusher (1,034). •Linebacker Nick Reveiz led all tacklers with 14, and led all Tennessee players with 108 for the season. •Luke Stocker caught five passes for 58 yards and a touchdown. Stocker was the only Vol with at least one catch in all 13 games this year. •Sophomore Janzen Jackson intercepted his fifth pass of the season, tying him for team honors with Prentiss Waggner.

2010 REVIEW

>> Tennessee

THE WRAPUP

THE VOLS

>> NORTH CAROLINA

NASHVILLE -- Casey Barth kicked a 23-yard field goal in the second overtime to send North Carolina past Tennessee 30-27 in a Music City Bowl that will be remembered much more for the crazy finish of regulation than how it eventually ended. The finish to regulation, with what looked like a win turning into a double-overtime loss, was eerily similar to Tennessee’s loss at LSU nearly three months earlier. Both times, a do-over of the game’s final play turned the decision. Barth kicked a 39-yard field goal after officials reviewed what had been the final play of the game and decided to penalize the Tar Heels for having “more than 11 men” on the field. The officiating crew also announced T.J. Yates had spiked the ball with 1 second left. That allowed Barth to run out and kick the field goal that tied it at 20. Tennessee was stunned at the sudden switch that cost the Vols an apparent bowl victory to cap Derek Dooley’s first season. Tyler Bray threw a 25-yard TD in the first overtime, but he was picked off to end the Vols’ last chance in the second OT. The Vols lost to LSU on Oct. 2 when they got caught having too many defenders, giving the Tigers another chance to pull out a 16-14 win. “It was chaos again,” Dooley said. This will hurt much more. Tennessee had the home-field advantage with LP Field painted orange from top to bottom, and the Vols’ fans had been celebrating ever since Bray’s 8-yard TD pass to Justin Hunter put them up 20-17 with 5:16 left. But Donte Paige-Moss blocked Daniel Lincoln’s extra point, and that provided the edge North Carolina needed to force overtime. Tennessee had a chance to clinch the victory when the Vols got the ball back with 1:36 left, but punted it back to North Carolina with 31 seconds remaining to set up the bizarre finish. Everyone was on the field after the clock appeared to run out when North Carolina got caught -- and flagged -- with too many men on the field. A handful of Tar Heels were running toward the sideline when T.J. Yates snapped the ball with the holder behind him as if preparing for a field-goal attempt. The Vols started celebrating with the Tar Heels dejected. Officials suddenly announced that the end was under review. They announced the replay

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Dec. 30 | Nashville | LP Field | 5:30 p.m. | 69,143

Music City turns to heartbreak after Vols’ win reversed for second time

OUTLOOK

Music City Bowl


REVIEW

Overall: 6-7 Team Statistics

UT OPP Scoring 351 326 Points Per Game 27.0 25.1 First Downs 231 255 Rushing 77 104 Passing 131 134 Penalty 23 17 Rushing Yardage 1,420 1,983 Yards gained rushing 1,863 2,343 Yards lost rushing 443 360 Rushing Attempts 408 474 Average Per Rush 3.5 4.2 Average Per Game 109.2 152.5 TDs Rushing 14 23 Passing Yardage 3,309 2,985 Att-Comp-Int 419-238-15 439-252-18 Average Per Attempt 7.9 6.8 Average Per Completion 13.9 11.8 Average Per Game 254.5 229.6 TDs Passing 26 14 TOTAL OFFENSE 4,729 4,968 Total Plays 827 913 Average Per Play 5.7 5.4 Average Per Game 363.8 382.2 Kick Returns: No.-Yards 53-1,141 61-1,158 Average Per Return 21.5 19.0 Punt Returns: No.-Yards 18-73 26-220 Average Per Return 4.1 8.5 Int Returns: No.-Yards 18-294 15-197 Average Per Return 16.3 13.1 Fumbles-Lost 19-9 23-10 Penalties-Yards 76-573 88-663 Average Per Game 44.1 51.0 70-2,948 64-2,786 Punts-Yards Average Per Punt 42.1 43.5 Net punt average 36.4 40.2 Time of Possession/Game 28:52 31:08 3rd-Down Conversions 69/189 75/191 3rd-Down Pct 37% 39% 4th-Down Conversions 7/17 8/15 4th-Down Pct 41% 53% Sacks By-Yards 26-179 41-289 Misc. Yards (Blocked FG Ret.)  24 0 Touchdowns Scored 44 40 Field Goals-Attempts 15-18 15-27 PAT-Attempts 40-43 37-37 OnSide Kicks 0-0 0-1 Attendance 698,465 341,773 Games/Avg Per Game 7/99,781 5/68,355 Neutral Site Games - 1/69,143

>> Score by Quarters

1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Tennessee 101 105 75 54 16 351 Opponents 58 74 95 83 16 326

>> Tennessee Giveaway/Takeaway Giveaway Takeaway Game Fum Int Tot Fum Int Tot TOTAL 9 15 24 10 18 28

>> Inside the Red Zone Game TOTAL

132

Tennessee 30-40 (20 TDs, 10 FGs)

Dif. +4

Opponent 38-48 (25 TDs, 13 FGs)

SEC: 3-5

Home: 4-3

Away: 2-3

Neutral: 0-1 >> Total Offense

2010 SCHEDULE & RESULTS Date Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Dec. 30

Opponent (rank) TV UT Martin VideoSeat PPV Oregon (7/8) ESPN2 Florida* (10/7) CBS UAB SEC Network at LSU* (12/10) CBS at Georgia* SEC Network Alabama* (7/7) ESPN S. Carolina* (17/17) SEC Network at Memphis CBS College Mississippi* (HC) CBS at Vanderbilt* CSS Kentucky* SEC Network North Carolina# ESPN

Site Time/Result Attend. Knoxville W 50-0 99,123 Knoxville L 13-48 102,035 Knoxville L 17-31 102,455 Knoxville W 32-29 (2 ot) 95,183 Baton Rouge L 14-16 92,932 Athens L 14-41 92,746 Knoxville L 10-41 102,455 Columbia L 24-38 79,336 Memphis W 50-14 39,742 Knoxville W 52-14 96,044 Nashville W 24-10 37,017 Knoxville W 24-14 101,170 Nashville L 27-30 (2 ot) 69,143

Highlights Vols rush for 332 yards Poole career-high 162 yds Reveiz 14 tackles Vols 9-2 all-time in OT LSU scores on last play Hunter 4 for 110 yards, TD Poole rushes for 117 Moore 228 receiving yards Bray shines in debut Gordon, Waggner INT TDs Williams 8 tkles, fg block Vols 26th straight over UK NC ties game on final play

Rankings listed (AP/USA Today). *-SEC Game. HC-Homecoming. #-Franklin American Mortgage Co. Music City Bowl.

INDIVIDUAL Statistics >> Rushing

Name Tauren Poole Rajion Neal David Oku Da’Rick Rogers Denarius Moore Chad Cunningham Michael Palardy Zach Rogers Gerald Jones Toney Williams Tyler Bray Matt Simms Team Totals Opponent

>> Passing

Name Tyler Bray Matt Simms Totals Opponents

>> Receiving

Name Gerald Jones Denarius Moore Luke Stocker Tauren Poole Justin Hunter Zach Rogers Da’Rick Rogers Mychal Rivera Rajion Neal David Oku Kevin Cooper Channing Fugate Totals Opponents

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GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G 13 204 1,085 51 1,034 5.1 11 59 79.5 10 46 211 14 197 4.3 0 40 19.7 13 42 184 10 174 4.1 1 44 13.4 13 16 133 16 117 7.3 0 21 9.0 13 7 82 0 82 11.7 1 58 6.3 13 1 25 0 25 25.0 0 25 1.9 11 1 16 0 16 16.0 0 16 1.5 12 3 14 0 14 4.7 0 9 1.2 10 6 22 9 13 2.2 0 12 1.3 3 5 13 2 11 2.2 0 8 3.7 9 20 15 118 -103 -- 0 9 -11 45 63 171 -108 -- 1 12 --- 12 0 52 -52 -- 0 0 -13 408 1,863 443 1,420 3.5 14 59 109.2 13 474 2,343 360 1,983 4.2 23 83 152.5

GP Effic Att-Comp-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G 9 142.73 224-125-10 55.8 1,849 18 80 205.4 11 129.25 195-113-5 57.9 1,460 8 72 132.7 13 136.46 419-238-15 56.8 3,309 26 80 254.5 13 116.84 439-252-18 57.4 2,985 14 70 229.6

GP Rec Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G 10 55 596 10.8 4 37 59.6 13 47 981 20.9 9 64 75.5 13 39 417 10.7 2 32 32.1 13 22 171 7.8 1 41 13.2 13 16 415 25.9 7 80 31.9 12 14 207 14.8 1 72 17.2 13 11 167 15.2 2 45 12.8 13 11 112 10.2 0 26 8.6 10 7 100 14.3 0 58 10.0 13 7 79 11.3 0 34 6.1 12 7 43 6.1 0 11 3.6 13 2 21 10.5 0 17 1.6 13 238 3,309 13.9 26 80 254.5 13 252 2,985 11.8 14 70 229.6

Name Tyler Bray Matt Simms Tauren Poole Rajion Neal David Oku Da’Rick Rogers Denarius Moore Chad Cunningham Michael Palardy Zach Rogers Gerald Jones Toney Williams Team Totals Opponents

GP Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G 9 244 -103 1,849 1,746 194.0 11 240 -108 1,460 1,352 122.9 13 204 1,034 0 1,034 79.5 10 46 197 0 197 19.7 13 42 174 0 174 13.4 13 16 117 0 117 9.0 13 7 82 0 82 6.3 13 1 25 0 25 1.9 11 1 16 0 16 1.5 12 3 14 0 14 1.2 10 6 13 0 13 1.3 3 5 11 0 11 3.7 -- 12 -52 0 -52 -13 827 1,420 3,309 4,729 363.8 13 913 1,983 2,985 4,968 382.2

>> Punt Returns Name Eric Gordon Janzen Jackson Anthony Anderson Justin Hunter Gerald Jones Totals Opponents

Ret Yds Avg TD Long 6 39 6.5 0 21 5 14 2.8 0 17 3 12 4.0 0 11 2 16 8.0 0 12 2 -8 -- 0 -18 73 4.1 0 21 26 220 8.5 1 80

>> Kickoff Returns Name David Oku Eric Gordon Da’Rick Rogers Denarius Moore Rajion Neal Janzen Jackson Channing Fugate Mychal Rivera Totals Opponents

Ret Yds Avg TD Long 16 312 19.5 0 26 14 324 23.1 0 34 12 298 24.8 0 78 5 84 16.8 0 20 3 53 17.7 0 29 1 55 55.0 0 55 1 8 8.0 0 8 1 7 7.0 0 7 53 1,141 21.5 0 78 61 1,158 19.0 0 43

>> Fumble Returns Name Prentiss Waggner Totals Opponents

Ret Yds Avg TD Long 2 45 22.5 0 37 2 45 22.5 0 37 1 5 5.0 0 5

>> Punting

Name Att Yds Avg Lg TB FC I20 50+ Blkd Chad Cunningham 66 2,791 42.3 56 9 16 17 11 0 39.2 51 0 1 0 1 0 Michael Palardy 4 157 Totals 70 2,948 42.1 56 9 17 17 12 0 Opponents 64 2,786 43.5 58 7 15 23 14 0

>> Interceptions

Name Int Yds Avg TD Long Janzen Jackson 5 114 22.8 0 43 Prentiss Waggner 5 73 14.6 3 54 Eric Gordon 2 46 23.0 1 0 Nick Reveiz 2 0 0.0 0 0 Malik Jackson 1 44 44.0 0 44 Anthony Anderson 1 17 17.0 0 17 Austin Johnson 1 0 0.0 0 0 LaMarcus Thompson 1 0 0.0 0 0 Totals 18 294 16.3 4 54 Opponents 15 197 13.1 2 76


2010 TOTAL SEASON STATISTICS >> Field Goals

>> Special Teams Tackles

>> Field Goal Sequence (By Player)

>> Scoring

>> Kickoffs

GP Rush Rec PR KR IR Tot Avg/G 13 1,034 171 0 0 0 1,205 92.7 13 82 981 0 84 0 1,147 88.2 10 13 596 -8 0 0 601 60.1 13 117 167 0 298 0 582 44.8 13 174 79 0 312 0 565 43.5 13 0 415 16 0 0 431 33.2 13 0 417 0 0 0 417 32.1 13 0 0 39 324 46 409 31.5 10 197 100 0 53 0 350 35.0 12 14 207 0 0 0 221 18.4 13 0 0 14 55 114 183 14.1 13 0 112 0 7 0 119 9.2 13 0 0 0 0 73 73 5.6 13 0 0 0 0 44 44 3.4 12 0 43 0 0 0 43 3.6 13 0 0 12 0 17 29 2.2 13 0 21 0 8 0 29 2.2 13 25 0 0 0 0 25 1.9 11 16 0 0 0 0 16 1.5 3 11 0 0 0 0 11 3.7 9 -103 0 0 0 0 -103 -11 -108 0 0 0 0 -108 --- -52 0 0 0 0 -52 -13 1,420 3,309 73 1,141 294 6,237 479.8 13 1,983 2,985 220 1,158 197 6,543 503.3

No. TB RET OB FC Michael Palardy 45 0 40 3 2 23 1 21 1 0 Chad Cunningham Totals 68 1 61 4 2 Opponents 61 7 53 1 0

Name GP T AT TT TFL Sack Int PBU PD QBH FF FR Blk Nick Reveiz, LB 13 51 57 108 6-27 . 2-0 2 4 5 . 2-0 . Herman Lathers, LB 12 44 31 75 4.5-17 2.5-16 . 1 1 3 . . . Janzen Jackson, DB 13 40 29 69 4-19 1-11 5-114 6 11 1 . . . LaMarc. Thompson, LB 13 36 24 60 3.5-11 . 1-0 4 5 2 . . . Prentiss Waggner, DB 13 38 19 57 2-8 . 5-73 4 9 . . 3-45 . Malik Jackson, DT 13 29 19 48 11-42 5-28 1-44 4 5 5 1 1-0 . Eric Gordon, DB 13 32 15 47 1.5-3 . 2-46 1 3 . . . . Marsalis Teague, DB 11 29 17 46 0.5-1 . . 8 8 . . . . Gerald Williams, DE 13 28 17 45 8.5-50 5.5-45 . 1 1 4 1 1-0 1 Chris Walker, DE 13 24 21 45 6-30 3-24 . 1 1 6 1 . . Austin Johnson, LB 13 22 22 44 3.5-12 . 1-0 . 1 . 1 1-0 . Brent Brewer, DB 13 20 10 30 1-1 . . 3 3 1 . 1-0 . Anthony Anderson, DB 13 17 9 26 . . 1-17 2 3 . . . . Jacques Smith, DE 13 15 9 24 5-18 2-7 . . . 4 1 . . Art Evans, DB 7 9 12 21 . . . 1 1 . 1 . . Victor Thomas, DT 13 8 12 20 2-16 1-13 . 1 1 3 . . . Daryl Vereen, LB 11 10 8 18 1-5 1-5 . . . 2 . . . Tyler Wolf, DB 13 9 8 17 1-1 . . 2 2 . . . . Montori Hughes, DT 12 7 10 17 3.5-9 1-4 . 2 2 5 1 . . Savion Frazier, LB 10 9 5 14 3.5-11 . . . . . . . . John Propst, LB 11 5 9 14 1-1 . . . . . . . . Raiques Crump, LB 11 11 2 13 . . . . . . 1 . . Corey Miller, DL 13 6 7 13 2-8 1-6 . . . . . . . Joseph Ayres, DT 12 6 7 13 2.5-12 1-8 . . . . . . . Willie Bohannon, DE 11 5 4 9 3.5-17 2-12 . . . . . . . Greg King, LB 4 1 7 8 0.5-1 . . . . . . . . N.Mitch.-Thornton, LB 10 2 3 5 . . . . . . . . . Dontavis Sapp, DB 11 1 4 5 . . . . . . . . . Arthur Jeffery, DT 4 1 2 3 . . . . . . . . . Rae Sykes, DT 8 0 3 3 0.5-0 . . . . 3 . . . Rod Wilks, DB 4 2 0 2 . . . . . . . . . Jake Storey, LB 10 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . Shane Reveiz, LB 5 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . Steven Fowlkes, DE 4 0 1 1 . . . . . . . . .

SEC/NCAA Statistics >> Team Rankings Offensive Scoring Offense Total Offense Rushing Offense Passing Offense Passing Efficiency 1st Downs 3rd-Down Conversions Sacks Allowed

Stat SEC NCAA 27.0 11 58 363.8 9 75 109.2 12 105 254.5 4 30 136.46 8 41 17.8 10 92 36.5 10 88 3.15 12 115

Defensive Scoring Defense Total Defense Rushing Defense Passing Defense Passing Efficiency Defense Sacks by Special Teams/Misc. Net Punting Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Interceptions (Total) Penalty Yards Turnover Margin t-tie

Stat SEC NCAA 25.1 9 56 382.2 10 69 152.5 8 60 229.6 8 81 116.84 4 30 2.00 7t 61t Stat SEC NCAA 36.4 9 62 4.1 11 109 21.4 7 66 18 4 19t 44.1 5 30 +0.31 6 36

Miscellaneous Tackles

Chad Cunningham 13 3 2 5 . . . . . . . . . Luke Stocker 13 2 2 4 . . . . . . . 1-0 . Denarius Moore 13 3 0 3 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . Ja’Wuan James 13 2 0 2 Zach Rogers 12 2 0 2 . . . . . . . . . Nick Guess 13 0 2 2 . . . . . . . . . Da’Rick Rogers 13 1 0 1 . . . . . . . . . Michael Palardy 11 0 1 1 . . . . . . . . . Totals 13 532 412 944 78-320 26-179 18-294 43 61 44 9 10-45 1 Opponents 13 468 358 826 98-420 41-289 15-197 52 67 33 13 9-5 2 *Quarterback hurries is not an official NCAA statistic.

>> Individual Rankings

Category Name Stat SEC NCAA Rushing/Game Poole 82.8 5 46 Rushing-Game Poole 79.5 8 52 Passing Efficiency Simms 129.25 8 56 Receptions-Game Jones 5.5 4 39 Moore 3.6 10 -Rec Yds-Game Moore 75.5 4 36 Jones 59.6 10 90 Intercept-Game Jackson 0.38 4t 22t Waggner 0.38 4t 22t Punting-Avg. Cunningham 42.3 7 40 Tackles-Game N.Reveiz 8.3 5t 66t t-tie

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HONORS & records VOLMANAC

Name Tauren Poole Denarius Moore Gerald Jones Da’Rick Rogers David Oku Justin Hunter Luke Stocker Eric Gordon Rajion Neal Zach Rogers Janzen Jackson Mychal Rivera Prentiss Waggner Malik Jackson Kevin Cooper Anthony Anderson Channing Fugate Chad Cunningham Michael Palardy Toney Williams Tyler Bray Matt Simms Team Totals Opponents

Defensive Statistical Leaders

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>> All Purpose

NICK REVEIZ

THE VOLS

PAT PAT PAT PAT Name TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Pts Tauren Poole 12 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 72 Denarius Moore 10 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 60 Daniel Lincoln 0 10-11 27-29 0 0 0 0 0 57 Justin Hunter 7 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 42 Michael Palardy 0 5-7 13-14 0 0 0 0 0 28 Gerald Jones 4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 24 Prentiss Waggner 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 18 Da’Rick Rogers 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 12 Luke Stocker 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 12 Eric Gordon 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 6 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 6 David Oku Zach Rogers 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 6 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 6 Matt Simms Team 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 2 Totals 44 15-18 40-43 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 351 Opponents 40 15-27 37-37 0-0 2 2-2 0 0 326

STAFF

Lincoln -- (21) (35) (48) (35) (49) (47) (40) (43) (28) 28 (36). Palardy-- 45 (33) 52 (39) (24) (32) (33). Numbers in parentheses indicate field goal was made. b--Blocked.

Player T AT TT Anthony Anderson 7 6 13 LaMarcus Thompson 7 2 9 Austin Johnson 5 4 9 Tyler Wolf 5 4 9 Raiques Crump 6 2 8 Eric Gordon 6 1 7 Chad Cunningham 3 2 5 Nick Reveiz 3 2 5 Janzen Jackson 2 3 5 Nigel Mitchell-Thornton 2 3 5 Herman Lathers 2 2 4 Luke Stocker 2 2 4 Dontavis Sapp 0 4 4 Brent Brewer 2 1 3 Chris Walker 0 3 3 Rod Wilks 2 0 2 Nick Guess 0 2 2 Savion Frazier 1 0 1 Greg King 1 0 1 Shane Reveiz 1 0 1 Zach Rogers 1 0 1 Prentiss Waggner 1 0 1 Michael Palardy 0 1 1 Daryl Vereen 0 1 1

OUTLOOK

Name FGM-FGA Pct. 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Lg Blk Daniel Lincoln 10-11 90.9 0-0 2-3 3-3 5-5 0-0 49 0 Michael Palardy 5-7 71.4 0-0 1-1 4-4 0-1 0-1 39 0


REVIEW

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSIVE & SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS Rushing (Att-Yds-TD)

Bray

Jones Moore Neal

Oku Poole

D.Rogers Z. Rogers

Passing

Simms T.Williams

Tyler Bray Att Com Int Pct Yds TD Long UT MARTIN 6 3 1 50.0 24 0 9 12 8 0 75.0 81 0 22 at Georgia 14 5 1 35.7 39 0 16 ALABAMA at S. Carolina 15 9 1 60.0 159 2 62 at Memphis 33 19 0 57.6 325 5 42 MISSISSIPPI 34 18 0 52.9 323 3 80 at Vanderbilt 27 16 2 59.3 232 2 34 KENTUCKY 38 20 2 52.6 354 2 49 45 27 3 60.0 312 4 45 N.Carolina (bowl) Totals 224 125 10 55.8 1,849 18 80

UT MARTIN 1-(-1)-0 0-0-0 1-58-1 9-79-0 6-77-1 17-110-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-7-0 3-8-0 OREGON DNP DNP 0-0-0 2-2-0 7-8-0 23-162-1 1-21-0 0-0-0 3-(-11)-0 DNP FLORIDA DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 5-24-0 10-23-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 8-(-18)-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 4-20-0 8-33-0 6-23-0 1-(-8)-0 0-0-0 8-(-26)-0 DNP UAB at LSU DNP 0-0-0 2-16-0 0-0-0 1-3-0 24-109-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 10-(-32)-1 0-0-0 at Georgia 0-0-0 1-(-1)-0 1-0-0 2-3-0 0-0-0 15-51-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 6-(-21)-0 DNP ALABAMA 3-(-5)-0 2-(-2)-0 1-2-0 6-36-0 0-0-0 14-117-1 1-3-0 0-0-0 3-8-0 DNP at S. Carolina 3-(-24)-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 6-16-0 0-0-0 16-33-0 5-49-0 1-9-0 4-(-15)-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-14-0 6-12-0 16-101-1 1-1-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 2-3-0 at Memphis MISSISSIPPI 4-(-16)-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-(-1)-0 3-1-0 12-107-2 2-28-0 1-4-0 0-0-0 DNP at Vanderbilt 2-(-7)-0 2-19-0 1-1-0 DNP 6-16-0 23-99-1 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP KENTUCKY 2-(-20)-0 0-0-0 1-5-0 DNP 0-0-0 17-59-1 3-30-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP North Carolina (bowl) 5-(-30)-0 1-(-3)-0 0-0-0 9-28-0 0-0-0 11-40-0 2-(-7)-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP Totals 20-(-103)-0 6-13-0 7-82-1 46-197-0 42-174-1 204-1,034-11 16-117-0 3-14-0 45-(-108)-1 5-11-0

Receiving (No-Yds-TD)

Cooper Fugate Hunter

Jones Moore Neal

Oku Poole Rivera D.Rogers Z.Rogers Stocker

UT MARTIN 2-13-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 6-86-0 4-66-1 0-0-0 1-5-0 0-0-0 1-7-0 1-9-0 1-7-0 2-17-0 2-14-0 0-0-0 1-31-0 DNP 4-37-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-17-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-45-0 1-2-0 OREGON 2-12-0 0-0-0 3-60-1 DNP 1-49-1 DNP 1-6-0 3-38-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-53-0 5-41-0 FLORIDA UAB 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-(-2)-0 DNP 5-68-2 0-0-0 3-23-0 0-0-0 2-6-0 2-16-0 2-78-1 4-56-0 at LSU 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-37-0 5-46-0 2-19-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-(-2)-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-5-0 2-16-0 at Georgia 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-110-1 1-3-0 2-18-0 3-70-0 0-0-0 2-14-0 1-4-0 1-(-3)-0 1-8-0 2-36-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 7-52-0 0-0-0 2-29-0 0-0-0 1-8-0 1-16-0 2-19-0 1-6-0 3-26-0 ALABAMA DNP 1-4-0 0-0-0 6-49-1 6-228-1 1-(-6)-0 0-0-0 3-21 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-16-1 at S. Carolina at Memphis 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-42-1 5-66-1 6-103-1 0-0-0 1-11-0 2-50-1 3-29-0 1-22-1 0-0-0 3-56-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-114-2 4-48-0 4-88-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-(-2)-0 2-35-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-40-0 MISSISSIPPI at Vanderbilt 1-4-0 0-0-0 1-15-1 6-80-0 2-31-1 DNP 1-34-0 1-11-0 0-0-0 3-59-0 DNP 1-(-2)-0 0-0-0 1-17-0 0-0-0 6-77-1 7-205-1 DNP 0-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-55-0 KENTUCKY North Carolina (bowl) 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-8-1 9-89-1 4-69-0 1-7-0 0-0-0 4-16-0 1-15-0 1-45-1 1-5-0 5-58-1 Totals 7-43-0 2-21-0 16-415-7 55-596-4 47-981-9 7-100-0 7-79-0 22-171-1 11-112-0 11-167-2 14-207-1 39-417-2

Kickoff Returns

(No-Yds-Avg) Gordon Jackson Moore Neal

Oku D.Rogers

UT MARTIN 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 1-12-12.0 0-0-0.0 OREGON 1-21-21.0 0-0-0.0 2-35-17.5 0-0-0.0 5-101-20.2 0-0-0.0 FLORIDA 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 2-30-15.0 DNP 4-84-21.0 0-0-0.0 UAB 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 3-56-18.7 0-0-0.0 at LSU 2-60-30.0 0-0-0.0 1-19-19.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 at Georgia 4-95-23.8 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 1-15-15.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 ALABAMA 4-87-21.8 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 2-38-19.0 1-19-19.0 0-0-0.0 at S. Carolina 3-61-20.3 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 1-20-20.0 2-30-15.0 at Memphis 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 3-66-22.0 MISSISSIPPI 0-0-0.0 1-55-55.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 at Vanderbilt 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 DNP 0-0-0.0 1-23-23.0 KENTUCKY 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 DNP 0-0-0.0 3-114-38.0 N.Carolina (bowl) 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 1-20-20.0 3-65-21.7 Totals 14-324-23.1 1-55-55.0 5-84-16.8 3-53-17.7 16-312-19.5 12-298-24.8

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Punt Returns

(No-Yds-Avg) Anderson Gordon

Hunter J.Jackson

Jones

UT MARTIN 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 2-(-8)-(--) OREGON 0-0-0.0 1-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 DNP 0-0-0.0 1-2-2.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 DNP FLORIDA UAB 0-0-0.0 1-14-14.0 2-16-8.0 0-0-0.0 DNP at LSU 0-0-0.0 1-21-21.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 at Georgia 0-0-0.0 1-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 ALABAMA 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 at S. Carolina 0-0-0.0 1-2-2.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 at Memphis 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 2-26-13.0 0-0-0.0 MISSISSIPPI 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 3-(-12)-(--) 0-0-0.0 at Vanderbilt 2-1-0.5 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 KENTUCKY 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 N.Carolina (bowl) 1-11-11.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 Totals 3-12-4.0 6-39-6.5 2-16-8.0 5-14-2.8 2-(-8)-(-4)

Matt Simms Att Com Int Pct Yds TD Long UT MARTIN 24 14 0 58.3 181 1 42 OREGON 29 15 1 51.7 151 0 31 31 19 2 61.3 259 2 49 FLORIDA UAB 34 19 0 55.9 245 3 72 23 12 0 52.2 121 0 37 at LSU at Georgia 13 9 1 69.2 179 1 58 22 12 1 54.5 117 0 26 ALABAMA at S. Carolina 13 10 0 76.9 153 1 64 5 3 0 60.0 54 0 34 at Memphis MISSISSIPPI 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 KENTUCKY Totals 195 113 5 57.9 1,460 8 72

Field Goals

(FG-FGA) Lincoln Palardy Seq. (Made)-Miss UT MARTIN 2-2 DNP (21) (35) 2-2 - (48) (35) OREGON FLORIDA 1-1 DNP (49) 2-2 - (47) (40) UAB at LSU DNP 0-1 45 at Georgia DNP ALABAMA DNP 1-2 (33) 52 at S. Carolina DNP 1-1 (39) at Memphis DNP 3-3 (24) (32) (33) MISSISSIPPI 1-1 - (43) at Vanderbilt 1-1 - (28) KENTUCKY 1-2 - 28 (36) N.Carolina (bowl) - Totals 10-11 5-7

Punting

(No-Yds-Avg) Cunningham Palardy UT MARTIN 4-163-40.8 DNP OREGON 8-331-41.4 FLORIDA 5-222-44.4 DNP UAB 9-379-42.1 at LSU 4-190-47.5 1-51-51.0 5-220-44.0 at Georgia ALABAMA 6-289-48.2 at S. Carolina 2-97-48.5 at Memphis 2-69-34.5 MISSISSIPPI 8-297-37.1 at Vanderbilt 5-186-37.2 - 3-106-35.3 KENTUCKY N.Carolina (bowl) 8-348-43.5 Totals 66-2,791-42.3 4-157-39.2


2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS

Defensive Line

(ST-AT-TT) Ayres Bohannon

Fowlkes

Hughes M.Jackson

Jeffery Miller

Smith

Sykes V.Thomas

Walker G.Williams

Crump

Frazier Johnson

King Lathers Mitc-Thrntn Propst N.Reveiz S.Reveiz

Storey Thompson

Vereen

Secondary

(ST-AT-TT) Anderson Brewer Evans Gordon J.Jackson

Sapp Teague Waggner

Wilks

Wolf

UT MARTIN 2-2-4 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1 3-0-3 DNP 1-0-1 4-2-6 DNP 3-2-5 OREGON 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 1-0-1 4-1-5 DNP 3-3-6 3-4-7 DNP 0-1-1 FLORIDA 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-2 4-1-5 3-6-9 1-0-1 2-3-5 4-2-6 DNP 0-0-0 UAB 5-0-5 0-0-0 DNP 1-3-4 1-1-2 0-0-0 4-0-4 3-1-4 DNP 2-0-2 0-1-1 0-0-0 3-5-8 1-3-4 2-5-7 0-1-1 3-5-8 3-5-8 DNP 0-0-0 at LSU at Georgia 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-2-3 2-1-3 4-2-6 0-0-0 1-2-3 1-1-2 DNP 1-2-3 ALABAMA 0-1-1 2-4-6 3-2-5 4-1-5 3-5-8 0-0-0 2-1-3 2-1-3 DNP 0-0-0 at South Carolina 0-0-0 2-2-4 0-0-0 6-0-6 3-3-6 0-0-0 DNP 5-0-5 DNP 0-1-1 at Memphis 2-1-3 2-0-2 DNP 6-0-6 2-0-2 0-1-1 DNP 1-0-1 DNP 2-2-4 MISSISSIPPI 4-1-5 5-3-8 DNP 0-2-2 2-1-3 0-1-1 2-0-2 4-2-6 0-0-0 1-0-1 at Vanderbilt 1-0-1 3-0-3 DNP 3-0-3 3-0-3 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 2-0-2 0-0-0 KENTUCKY 0-2-2 3-1-4 DNP 2-1-3 8-3-11 0-1-1 9-2-11 4-1-5 0-0-0 0-0-0 N.Carolina (bowl) 3-0-3 3-0-3 DNP 1-3-4 2-2-4 0-0-0 1-1-2 3-0-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 Totals 17-9-26 20-10-30 9-12-21 32-15-47 40-29-69 1-4-5 29-17-46 38-19-57 2-0-2 9-8-17

>> Sacks: 26

G.Williams 5.5 -- (ORE 1, FLA 1, LSU 0.5, VAN 1, NC 2) M.Jackson 5 -- (SC 1, MEM 2, MISS 1, VAN 1) Walker 3 -- (MEM 2, KY 1) Lathers 2.5 -- (LSU 0.5, ALA 1, USC 1) Smith 2 -- (MEM 1, MISS 1) Bohannon 2 -- (GA 1, VAN 1) Ayres 1 -- (KY 1) Hughes 1 -- (UTM 1) J.Jackson 1 -- (GA 1) Miller 1 -- (MISS 1) V.Thomas 1 -- (LSU 1) Vereen 1 -- (NC 1)

>> Interceptions: 18

J.Jackson 5 -- (LSU 1, MEM 1, MISS 1, VAN 1, NC 1) Waggner 5 -- (UTM 1, UAB 1, MISS 1, VAN 1, KY 1) N.Reveiz 2 -- (LSU 1, USC 1) Gordon 2 -- (MEM 1, MISS 1) Anderson 1 -- (MISS 1) Johnson 1 -- (UTM 1) Thompson 1 -- (LSU 1) M.Jackson 1 -- (MEM 1)

>> Fumbles Forced: 9 Crump 1 -- (GA 1) Evans 1 -- (ORE 1) Hughes 1 -- (MEM 1) M.Jackson 1 -- (LSU 1) Johnson 1 -- (FLA 1) Moore 1 -- (NC 1) Smith 1 -- (MEM 1) Walker 1 -- (MISS 1) Williams 1 -- (KY 1)

>> Fumbles Recovered: 10

>> Passes Broken Up: 43

Waggner 3 -- (ORE 1, MEM 2) N.Reveiz 2 -- (FLA 1, KY 1) Brewer 1 -- (KY 1) M.Jackson 1 -- (LSU 1) Johnson 1 -- (FLA 1) Stocker 1 -- (NC 1) G. Williams 1 -- (MISS 1)

Teague 8 -- (UTM 1, ORE 1, UAB 3, LSU 1, ALA 1, MISS 1) J.Jackson 6 -- (ORE 1, UAB 1, LSU 1, VAN 1, KY 1, NC 1) M.Jackson 4 -- (FLA 1, ALA 1, KY 1, NC 1) Thompson 4 -- (FLA 1, ALA 1, SC 1, NC 1) Waggner 4 -- (UTM 1, ORE 1, LSU 1, KY 1) Brewer 3 -- (SC 1, KY 1, NC 1) A.Anderson 2 -- (MEM 1, MISS 1) Hughes 2 -- (UTM 1, FLA 1) N.Reveiz 2 -- (NC 2) Wolf 2 -- (UTM 2) Evans 1 -- (GA 1) Gordon 1 -- (UAB 1) Lathers 1 -- (KY 1) V.Thomas 1 -- (UTM 1) Walker 1 -- (ORE 1) G.Williams 1 -- (SC 1)

>> QB Hurries: 44

Walker 6 -- (UTM 1, UAB 1, LSU 2, ALA 1, MISS 1) Hughes 5 -- (ORE 2, FLA 1, UAB 1, LSU 1) M.Jackson 5 -- (UTM 1, ORE 1, ALA 1, MEM 1, VAN 1) N.Reveiz 5 -- (UTM 1, UAB 1, ALA 1, VAN 1, NC 1) J.Smith 4 -- (UAB 2, SC 1, VAN 1) G.Williams 4 -- (UAB 1, ALA 1, SC 1, VAN 1) Lathers 3 -- (ALA 1, SC 1, MISS 1) Sykes 3 -- (FLA 1, UAB 1, MEM 1) V.Thomas 3 -- (SC 2, NC 1) Thompson 2 -- (ORE 1, NC 1) Vereen 2 -- (ORE 2) Brewer 1 -- (ALA 1) J.Jackson 1 -- (LSU 1)

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UT MARTIN DNP 0-0-0 3-2-5 1-2-3 0-0-0 DNP 2-2-4 0-1-1 1-1-2 DNP 5-0-5 0-2-2 OREGON DNP 1-2-3 1-3-4 0-4-4 4-2-6 DNP 0-1-1 3-7-10 DNP DNP 1-2-3 2-1-3 FLORIDA 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 2-5-7 DNP 0-0-0 5-9-14 DNP DNP 3-0-3 0-0-0 2-0-2 6-1-7 3-6-9 DNP DNP 0-1-1 0-0-0 8-6-14 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-4-8 1-1-2 UAB at LSU 0-0-0 DNP 0-1-1 DNP 4-6-10 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-9-11 DNP 0-0-0 3-6-9 DNP at Georgia 2-1-3 DNP 2-4-6 0-1-1 4-3-7 0-0-0 1-5-6 0-4-4 DNP 0-0-0 1-2-3 DNP ALABAMA 0-0-0 0-2-2 2-4-6 DNP 2-3-5 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-7-11 DNP 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 at South Carolina 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 DNP 6-1-7 0-1-1 DNP 3-1-4 DNP 0-0-0 4-3-7 0-0-0 at Memphis 5-1-6 1-0-1 1-1-2 DNP 1-1-2 1-0-1 1-0-1 3-1-4 0-0-0 0-1-1 3-1-4 1-0-1 MISSISSIPPI 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-1-5 DNP 3-3-6 0-0-0 1-1-2 2-2-4 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-1-2 2-1-3 at Vanderbilt 0-0-0 DNP 2-0-2 DNP 8-2-10 0-0-0 0-0-0 6-3-9 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-1-5 3-1-4 KENTUCKY 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 7-1-8 0-1-1 0-0-0 4-4-8 DNP 0-0-0 2-2-4 0-0-0 N.Carolina (bowl) 2-0-2 0-0-0 2-0-2 DNP 3-4-7 1-0-1 0-0-0 11-3-14 DNP 0-0-0 4-1-5 1-2-3 Totals 11-2-13 9-5-14 22-22-44 1-7-8 44-31-75 2-3-5 5-9-14 51-57-108 1-1-2 1-1-2 36-24-60 10-8-18

M.Jackson 11 -- (UAB 1, ALA 0.5, SC 2, MEM 3, MISS 1, VAN 2.5, KY 1) G.Williams 8.5 -- (UTM 1, ORE 1, FLA 1.5, LSU 0.5, MISS 1, VAN 1.5, NC 2) N.Reveiz 6 -- (ORE 1, FLA 0.5, UAB 2, LSU 0.5, ALA 1, VAN 1) Walker 6 -- (UAB 1, LSU 0.5, GA 0.5, MEM 2, VAN 1, KY 1) Smith 5 -- (UTM 1, ORE 1, GA 1, MEM 1, MISS 1) Lathers 4.5 -- (FLA 0.5, LSU 1, ALA 1, SC 2) J.Jackson 4 -- (FLA 1, GA 1, VAN 1, KY 1) Bohannon 3.5 -- (UTM 0.5, GA 1, MISS 1, VAN 1) Frazier 3.5 -- (UAB 3, ALA 0.5) Hughes 3.5 -- (UTM 2.5, MEM 1) Johnson 3.5 -- (UTM 1.5, GA 1, MISS 1) Thompson 3.5 -- (UTM 1, FLA 2, UAB 0.5) Ayres 2.5 -- (ALA 0.5, MEM 1, KY 1) Miller 2 -- (UAB 1, MISS 1) V.Thomas 2 -- (LSU 1, GA 0.5, KY 0.5) Waggner 2 -- (ORE 1, ALA 0.5, KY 0.5) Gordon 1.5 -- (FLA 1, LSU 0.5) Brewer 1 -- (KY 1) Propst 1 -- (GA 1) Vereen 1 -- (NC 1) Wolf 1 -- (UTM 1) King 0.5 -- (UTM 0.5) Sykes 0.5 -- (UAB 0.5) Teague 0.5 -- (FLA 0.5)

2010 REVIEW

(ST-AT-TT)

>> Tackles for Loss: 78

THE VOLS

Linebackers

DEFENSIVE LEADERBOARD

STAFF

UT MARTIN 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 3-1-4 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-0-4 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-1-1 1-1-2 OREGON DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-2-3 1-1-2 DNP 0-2-2 1-0-1 DNP 0-1-1 4-4-8 3-4-7 FLORIDA 0-1-1 0-0-0 DNP 0-2-2 2-1-3 DNP 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-3-4 4-4-8 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-1-1 DNP 0-2-2 2-1-3 DNP 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-2-2 0-0-0 4-1-5 3-2-5 UAB at LSU 0-1-1 DNP DNP 0-2-2 1-2-3 DNP 1-1-2 0-5-5 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-2-2 1-2-3 at Georgia 1-0-1 2-1-3 DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 DNP 0-1-1 2-1-3 0-1-0 1-3-4 0-4-4 0-1-1 ALABAMA 0-2-2 1-0-1 DNP 1-0-1 1-5-6 0-0-0 1-1-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-2-3 at South Carolina 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 5-1-6 DNP 0-1-1 2-0-2 DNP 2-0-2 2-0-2 4-0-4 at Memphis 2-2-4 0-1-1 DNP 1-1-2 7-1-8 DNP 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-1-3 1-0-1 MISSISSIPPI 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-0-3 DNP 2-1-3 1-1-2 0-0-0 1-1-2 2-1-3 1-0-1 at Vanderbilt 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-1-4 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 3-0-3 6-2-8 KENTUCKY 2-1-3 0-0-0 DNP DNP 3-3-6 1-1-2 0-0-0 1-2-3 DNP 0-3-3 2-2-4 3-1-4 N.Carolina (bowl) 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 1-0-1 1-1-2 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 1-1-2 3-1-4 Totals 6-7-13 5-4-9 0-1-1 7-10-17 29-19-48 1-2-3 6-7-13 15-9-24 0-3-3 8-12-20 24-21-45 28-17-45

OUTLOOK

INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE STATISTICS


REVIEW Team Totals Game-by-Game

starter totals

1st Rushing Passing Total Offense Punts Fumbles Penalties KO Ret. Punt Ret. Int. Ret. 3rd-Dn Time of Score Downs (No-Yds-TD) (C-A-I-Yds-TD) (Ply-Yds-TD) No-Avg No-Lost No-Yds No-Yds No-Yds No-Yds Convs. Poss. TENNESSEE 50 UT Martin 0 TENNESSEE 13 Oregon 48 TENNESSEE 17 Florida 31 TENNESSEE 32 UAB 29 TENNESSEE 14 at LSU 16 TENNESSEE 14 at Georgia 41 TENNESSEE 14 Alabama 41 TENNESSEE 24 at S. Carolina 38 TENNESSEE 50 at Memphis 14 TENNESSEE 52 Mississippi 14 TENNESSEE 24 at Vanderbilt 10 TENNESSEE 24 Kentucky 14 TENNESSEE 27 N.Carolina (bowl) 30

23 3 14 26 11 18 15 23 12 20 12 20 19 24 21 20 22 17 20 14 19 23 23 26 20 21

43-332-4 29-56-0 36-182-1 44-245-2 23-29-0 49-150-3 27-42-0 32-115-1 37-96-2 36-219-2 26-9-1 36-136-3 30-159-1 34-210-4 37-92-0 43-212-3 32-130-1 31-64-0 28-118-2 39-196-2 34-128-1 36-111-0 26-76-1 36-118-1 29-27-0 29-151-2

17-30-1-205-1 11-26-2-86-0 15-29-1-151-0 17-32-0-202-2 19-31-2-259-2 14-23-0-167-1 19-34-0-245-3 33-60-1-429-2 12-23-0-121-0 19-33-3-215-0 17-25-1-260-1 17-25-0-266-2 17-36-2-156-0 24-35-0-326-1 19-28-1-312-3 13-22-1-223-1 22-38-0-379-5 20-32-3-244-2 18-35-0-323-3 10-24-4-99-0 16-27-2-232-2 20-41-2-222-1 20-38-2-354-2 31-46-1-272-1 45-27-3-312-4 40-23-1-234-1

73-537 55-142 65-333 76-447 54-288 72-317 61-287 92-544 60-217 69-434 51-269 61-402 66-315 69-536 65-404 65-435 70-509 63-308 63-441 63-295 61-360 77-333 64-430 82-390 74-339 69-385

4-40.8 10-41.7 8-41.4 4-41.8 5-44.4 3-43.7 9-42.1 4-45.5 5-48.2 3-48.0 5-44.0 4-43.5 6-48.2 2-47.0 2-48.5 3-40.0 2-34.5 5-45.8 8-37.1 8-48.1 5-37.2 6-45.2 3-35.3 5-37.2 8-43.5 7-40.9

2-1 3-0 0-0 1-1 1-1 4-2 0-0 1-0 1-0 2-1 3-2 0-0 1-0 0-0 3-3 2-0 1-1 3-2 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 2-2 3-0 1-1

5-25 11-83 7-60 6-38 9-54 5-25 4-20 7-55 3-10 9-54 5-38 5-50 5-48 5-52 7-57 6-49 5-29 4-31 6-45 6-72 9-75 6-35 3-37 6-39 8-75 12-80

2-19 9-100 8-157 4-107 6-114 2-70 4-64 5-80 3-79 3-64 5-110 2-47 7-144 2-48 6-111 4-85 3-66 8-115 1-47 8-148 1-23 5-103 3-114 5-105 4-85 4-86

2-(-8) 1-0 1-0 2-84 1-2 2-6 3-30 3-38 1-21 3-30 1-0 3-18 0-0 1-(-4) 1-2 1-2 2-26 0-0 3-(-12) 6-22 2-1 1-12 0-0 1-4 1-11 2-8

2-54 1-6 0-0 1-76 0-0 2-4 1-9 0-0 3-14 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 2-20 1-0 1-24 3-79 0-0 4-95 0-0 2-43 2-13 1-0 2-0 1-0 3-54

5 of 15 2 of 17 2 of 15 5 of 12 2 of 13 8 of 14 2 of 15 9 of 23 7 of 15 7 of 16 6 of 13 4 of 10 5 of 15 7 of 13 7 of 14 7 of 13 9 of 15 4 of 12 7 of 16 2 of 12 7 of 15 8 of 18 4 of 12 7 of 16 6 of 16 5 of 15

33:21 26:39 31:13 28:47 23:14 36:46 23:53 36:07 30:07 29:53 25:27 34:33 28:00 32:00 31:32 28:28 29:11 30:49 30:33 29:27 30:16 29:44 26:44 33:16 31:49 28:11

Game-by-Game Starters >> OFFENSE

TE LT LG C RG RT WR WR QB TB FB PK

UT MARTIN OREGON FLORIDA UAB at LSU at Georgia ALABAMA at South Carolina at Memphis MISSISSIPPI at Vanderbilt KENTUCKY North Carolina (bowl)

Stocker Stocker Stocker Stocker Stocker Stocker Stocker Stocker Stocker Stocker Stocker Stocker Stocker

D.Thomas Schofield Pope D.Thomas Schofield Pope D.Thomas Schofield Gooch D.Thomas Stone Gooch D.Thomas Stone Gooch D.Thomas Stone Gooch D.Thomas J.Shaw Gooch D.Thomas J.Shaw Gooch D.Thomas J.Shaw Stone D.Thomas Schofield Stone D.Thomas Schofield Stone D.Thomas J.Shaw Stone D.Thomas J.Shaw Stone

J.Shaw J.Shaw J.Shaw J.Shaw J.Shaw J.Shaw Fulton Fulton Fulton J.Shaw J.Shaw Fulton Fulton

J.James J.James J.James J.James J.James J.James J.James J.James J.James J.James J.James J.James J.James

Jones Z.Rogers Z.Rogers Z.Rogers Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones

Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore

Simms Simms Simms Simms Simms Simms Simms Simms Bray Bray Bray Bray Bray

Poole Poole Poole Poole Poole Poole Poole Poole Poole Poole Poole Poole Poole

Cooper Lincoln Cooper Lincoln Cooper Lincoln Cooper Lincoln Z.Rogers (WR) Palardy Cooper Palardy Hunter (WR) Palardy Fugate Palardy Fugate Palardy Hunter (WR) Lincoln Fugate Lincoln Fugate Lincoln Fugate Lincoln

>> Defense

LE DT NT RE SLB MLB WLB LCB RCB SS FS P

UT MARTIN OREGON FLORIDA UAB at LSU at Georgia ALABAMA at South Carolina at Memphis MISSISSIPPI at Vanderbilt KENTUCKY North Carolina (bowl)

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M.Jackson V.Thomas Hughes Walker M.Jackson Miller Hughes Walker M.Jackson V.Thomas Hughes Walker G.Williams V.Thomas Hughes Walker M.Jackson V.Thomas Hughes Walker G.Williams M.Jackson Ayres Walker G.Williams M.Jackson V.Thomas Walker G.Williams M.Jackson V.Thomas Walker Miller M.Jackson V.Thomas Walker G.Williams M.Jackson V.Thomas Walker G.Williams M.Jackson V.Thomas Walker G.Williams M.Jackson V.Thomas Walker G.Williams M.Jackson V.Thomas Walker

Thompson N.Reveiz Thompson N.Reveiz Thompson N.Reveiz Thompson N.Reveiz Thompson N.Reveiz Thompson N.Reveiz Thompson N.Reveiz Thompson N.Reveiz Thompson N.Reveiz Vereen N.Reveiz Thompson N.Reveiz Thompson N.Reveiz Thompson N.Reveiz

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Lathers Lathers Lathers Frazier Lathers Lathers Lathers Lathers Lathers Lathers Lathers Lathers Lathers

Evans Evans Evans Gordon Evans Evans Evans Gordon Gordon Gordon Gordon Teague Teague

Gordon Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Waggner Waggner Waggner Waggner Waggner Waggner

Waggner Waggner Waggner Waggner Waggner Waggner Waggner Brewer Brewer Brewer Brewer Brewer Brewer

J.Jackson J.Jackson J.Jackson J.Jackson J.Jackson J.Jackson J.Jackson J.Jackson J.Jackson J.Jackson J.Jackson J.Jackson J.Jackson

Cunningham Cunningham Cunningham Cunningham Palardy Cunningham Cunningham Cunningham Cunningham Cunningham Cunningham Palardy Cunningham

>> Offense

Tyler Bray, QB Kevin Cooper, FB Channing Fugate, FB Zach Fulton, OG Darin Gooch, C Justin Hunter, WR Ja’Wuan James, OT Gerald Jones, WR Denarius Moore, WR Tauren Poole, TB Cody Pope, C Zach Rogers, WR JerQuari Schofield, OG Jarrod Shaw, OT Matt Simms, QB Luke Stocker, TE James Stone, OG Dallas Thomas, OT Totals

>> Defense

‘07 ‘08 ‘09 ‘10 Tot Strk . . . 5 5 . 10 9 5 24 . . . 5 5 . . . 5 5 . . . 6 6 . . . 2 2 . . . 13 13 . 7 8 10 25 . . 7 13 20 . . . 13 13 . . . 2 2 . . . 4 4 . . . 5 5 . . 3 13 16 . . . 8 8 . 12 13 13 38 . . . 8 8 . . . 13 13 - 29 40 143 212

5 3 2 13 9 15 13 13 38 5 13 -

‘07 ‘08 ‘09 ‘10 Tot Strk

Anthony Anderson, DB Joseph Ayres, DT Willie Bohannon, DE Brent Brewer, DB Art Evans, DB Savion Frazier, LB Eric Gordon, DB Montori Hughes, DT Janzen Jackson, DB Malik Jackson, DL Greg King, LB Herman Lathers, LB Ben Martin, DE Corey Miller, DL Nick Reveiz, LB Marsalis Teague, DB Victor Thomas, DT LaMarcus Thompson, LB Prentiss Waggner, DB Chris Walker, DE Gerald Williams, DL Daryl Vereen, LB Totals

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . - . . . . 1

1 - 1 . 1 1 1 - 1 . 6 6 12 6 18 4 1 5 . 6 6 . 5 5 9 13 22 . 12 12 2 - 2 5 12 17 11 - 11 . 2 2 4 13 18 *5 8 13 . 11 11 11 12 23 2 13 15 12 13 25 2 8 10 . 1 1 81 143 225

*Teague’s five starts in 2009 were at wide receiver.

6 15 9 9 13 2 7 3 13 18 4 -

>> Special Teams

Chad Cunningham, P Daniel Lincoln, PK Michael Palardy, P/PK Totals

‘07 ‘08 ‘09 ‘10 Tot Strk

1 5 13 11 30 1 14 10 9 8 41 4 . . . 6 6 15 15 22 25 77 -


2010 STATISTICS

Tennessee Highs and Lows

Individual Passing Yards, half: 308, Tyler Bray vs. Memphis 2010 Previous Record: 305, Jonathan Crompton vs. Memphis 2009 Touchdown passes, bowl game: 4 (tie), Tyler Bray vs. North Carolina 2010 (Music City Bowl) Tied With: 4, Peyton Manning vs. Northwestern 1997 (Florida Citrus Bowl) Individual Receiving Yards per catch (min. 5): 38.0 (6 for 228), Denarius Moore vs. South Carolina 2010 Previous Record: 36.4 [5 for 182], Robert Meachem vs. California 2006 Team Interceptions TDs by interception returns: 2 (tie) vs. Mississippi 2010 Tied with: vs. Florida 1970, vs. Penn State 1971, vs. South Carolina 1971, vs. Hawaii 1972.

>> Tennessee’s Long Plays

>> Opponent’s Long Plays

*-Touchdown.

*-Touchdown.

Rushing Passing Field Goal Punt Punt Return Kickoff Return Interception Return Fumble Return

59 80 49 56 21 78 54 37

Tauren Poole vs. LSU Tauren Poole vs. Ore Tauren Poole twice Tyler Bray vs. NC Tyler Bray vs. NC Tyler Bray vs. NC Tyler Bray vs. Ky Tyler Bray vs. Mem Tyler Bray vs. NC Tyler Bray vs. Ky Gerald Jones vs. NC D.Moore vs. SC D.Moore vs. UAB; Justin Hunter vs. Miss M.Palardy vs. Mem Six times M.Palardy vs. Mem D.Lincoln vs. Miss Cunningham vs UAB Cunningham vs SC J.Jackson vs. Miss J.Jackson vs. Mem David Oku vs. Ore Da’Rick Rogers vs. Ky Nick Reveiz 3 times Nick Reveiz vs. NC S.Frazier vs. UAB M.Jackson vs. Mem Chris Walker vs. Mem M.Jackson vs. Mem 17 times P.Waggner vs. UTM

T.Poole vs. Ala* Bray-Hunter vs. Miss* D.Lincoln vs. Fla. Cunningham vs. Ala Eric Gordon vs. LSU Da’Rick Rogers vs. Ky P.Waggner vs. UTM* P.Waggner vs. Mem

Rushing Attempts 29 184 Net Rushing Yards Rushing TDs 2 Pass Attempts 55 Pass Completions 31 Had Intercepted 3 Pass Yards 373 Pass TDs 2 Total Offense Plays 56 Total Offense Yards 375 Receptions 13 Receiving Yards 221 Receiving TDs 2 Points Scored 12 Touchdowns 2 Field Goals 2 PATs 6 Punts 10 Punt Average (min. 3) 48.4 Punt Returns 4 Punt Return Yards 84 6 Kickoff Returns Kickoff Return Yards 107 12 Total Tackles Solo Tackles 10 TFL 4 2 Sacks Interceptions 1 Interception Return Yds 76

Rushing Passing Field Goal Punt Punt Return Kickoff Return Interception Return Fumble Return

83 70 44 58 80 43 76 5

Marcus Lattimore, SC Marcus Lattimore, SC Five times Bryan Ellis, UAB Mike Hartline, Ky Jeremiah Masoli, Miss Bryan Ellis, UAB Three times Bryan Ellis, UAB Bryan Ellis, UAB Randall Cobb, Ky Julio Jones, Alabama Marcus Rucker, Mem Eight times Seven times Four times Rob Beard, Oregon Joe Hook, UT Martin Tyler Campbell, Miss M.Summer, Miss Kenjon Barner, Ore D.A. Griffin, Memphis Kenjon Barner, Ore Akeem Dent, Ga. Quan Sturdivant, N.C. Mitch Huelsing, Mem Antonio Allen, SC Three times 15 times Cliff Harris, Oregon

J.Jefferson, LSU* Garcia-Jeffery, SC* Caleb Sturgis, Florida Tyler Campbell, Miss Kenjon Barner, Ore* Jeff Demps, Florida Kenjon Barner, Ore* Devin Taylor, SC*

>> Season (Individual from 1937)

Individual Receiving TD receptions, freshman: 7, Justin Hunter 2010 Previous Record: 5, Joey Kent 1993; Kelley Washington 2001 Individual Interceptions TDs by interception returns: 3, Prentiss Waggner 2010 Previous Record: 2, Bud Sherrod 1949; Jim Cartwright 1959; Jackie Walker 1970, 1971; Preston Warren 1988

>> Career (Individual from 1937)

Games (position player): 52, Luke Stocker 2007-10; Denarius Moore 2007-10. Previous Record: 51, Wes Brown 2006-09; Rico McCoy 2006-09; Jonathan Hefney 2004-07

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>> Game (Individual from 1944; Team from 1946)

>> The Best by an Opponent...

Rushing Attempts 24 162 Net Rushing Yards Rushing TDs 2 Pass Attempts 45 Pass Completions 27 Had Intercepted 3 Pass Yards 354 Pass TDs 5 Total Offense Plays 50 Total Offense Yards 334 Receptions 9 Receiving Yards 228 Receiving TDs 2 Points Scored 14 Touchdowns 2 Field Goals (Made) 3 PATs (Made) 7 Punts 9 Punt Average (min. 3) 48.5 Punt Returns 3 Punt Return Yards 23 Kickoff Returns 5 Kickoff Return Yards 114 Total Tackles 14 Solo Tackles 11 TFL 3 Sacks 2 Interceptions 1 Interception Return Yds. 54

2010 REVIEW

Records Set or Tied During the 2010 Season

>> The Best by a Vol...

THE VOLS

Category Stat Opponent Points Scored 48 Oregon Low 0 UT Martin First Downs 26 Oregon, Kentucky Low 3 UT Martin Rushing Attempts 49 Florida Low 29 UT Martin, North Carolina Rushing Yards 245 Oregon Low 56 UT Martin Rushing TDs 4 Alabama Low 0 UT Martin, Memphis Passes Attempted 60 UAB Low 23 Florida Passes Completed 33 UAB Low 10 Mississippi Had Intercepted 4 Mississippi Low 0 Oregon, Georgia, Alabama Passing Yards 429 UAB Low 86 UT Martin Passing TDs 2 Ore, UAB, Ga, Memphis Low 0 UT Martin, LSU, Mississippi Total Offensive Plays 92 UAB Low 55 UT Martin Total Offensive Yards 544 UAB Low 142 UT Martin Fumbles 4 Florida Low 0 Alabama Fumbles Lost 2 Fla, Memphis, Kentucky Low 0 UT Martin, UAB, Ga, Ala Penalties 12 North Carolina Low 5 Florida, Georgia, Alabama Penalty Yards 83 UT Martin Low 25 Florida QB Sacks by 6 Florida, South Carolina Low 0 Memphis

INDIVIDUAL SUPERLATIVES

STAFF

Category Stat Opponent Points Scored 52 Mississippi Low 10 Alabama First Downs 23 UT Martin, Kentucky Low 11 Florida Rushing Attempts 43 UT Martin Low 23 Florida Rushing Yards 332 UT Martin Low 9 Georgia Rushing TDs 4 UT Martin Low 0 Florida, UAB, SC, NC Passes Attempted 45 North Carolina Low 23 LSU Passes Completed 27 North Carolina Low 12 LSU Had Intercepted 3 North Carolina Low 0 UAB, LSU, Memphis, Miss Passing Yards 379 Memphis Low 121 LSU Passing TDs 5 Memphis Low 0 Oregon, LSU, Alabama Total Offensive Plays 74 North Carolina Low 51 Georgia Total Offensive Yards 537 UT Martin Low 217 LSU Fumbles 3 Georgia, SC, NC Low 0 Oregon, UAB Fumbles Lost 3 South Carolina Low 0 Seven times Penalties 9 Florida, Vanderbilt Low 3 LSU, Kentucky Penalty Yards 75 Vanderbilt, North Carolina Low 10 LSU QB Sacks by 5 Memphis Low 0 UAB

Opponent Highs and Lows

OUTLOOK

Team Superlatives


Honors & records 140 UT’s All-Americans /// 148 All-SEC Recipients & SEC Awards /// 150 Freshman Honors /// 151 National Awards /// 152 Halls of Fame /// 153 Academic Awards /// 156 UT Individual Records /// 162 Team Records /// 166 Year-by-Year Results /// 168 Record vs. Opponents /// 169 All-Time Results photo >> Patrick Murphy-Racey (pmrphoto.com)

2010 Honors & Awards >> Freshman All-America

James Stone, C The Sporting News FWAA Rivals.com (2nd)

>> All-SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE Janzen Jackson, DB Malik Jackson, DT Denarius Moore, WR Tauren Poole, TB Luke Stocker, TE Prentiss Waggner, DB

Coaches (2nd) Phil Steele (3rd) Associated Press (2nd) Phil Steele (2nd) Associated Press (Honorable Mention) Phil Steele (3rd) Phil Steele (2nd) Associated Press (2nd) Phil Steele (3rd)

>> Freshman All-Southeastern Conference Justin Hunter, WR Coaches Ja’Wuan James, OL Coaches John Propst, LB Coaches Jacques Smith, DL Coaches

>> Additional Honors Tyler Bray, QB Daniel Lincoln, PK Nick Reveiz, LB Luke Stocker, TE Gerald Williams, DE

SEC Freshman of the Week (Nov. 6 vs. Memphis) SEC Freshman of the Week (Nov. 13 vs. Mississippi) SEC Freshman of the Week (Nov. 27 vs. Kentucky) SEC Community Service Team Burlsworth Trophy (Finalist) Mackey Award (Semifinalist) SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week (Nov. 20 vs. Vandy)

>> ACADEMIC ALL-SEC Chris Cates finance Chad Cunningham gr. sport studies Sam Edgmon sport management Channing Fugate kinesiology Nick Guess mkt/int’l business Daniel Hood math education Austin Johnson comm. studies Herman Lathers sport management Ben Lehning sport management Daniel Lincoln gr. pub. admin.

T.J. Marrs logistics Nigel Mitchell-Thornton mgmt. Tauren Poole sport management Nick Reveiz graduate sport studies Zach Rogers finance Jarrod Shaw gr. ag. leadership Mandela Shaw accounting Jake Storey hotel, rest. management Tyler Wills environ. soil sciences Tyler Wolf gr. sport psychology


HONORS

list of greats: TENNESSEE’S ALL-AMERICANS 1920s

Year Name 1929 Gene McEver

1930s Year 1930 1931 1933 1938 1939

Name Bobby Dodd Herman Hickman Beattie Feathers Bowden Wyatt George Cafego Bob Suffridge George Cafego Ed Molinski Bob Suffridge Abe Shires

Pos. HB

Award Organizations UP, NEA, NANA, NCAA

Pos. QB G HB End HB G HB G G T

Award Organizations NEA, Rice Rice NANA, Rice, INS, NEA, AAB, Lib, NCAA AAB, INS, Rice, NCAA NEA, Lib UP UP, INS, TSN, NWM, NCAA AP, NEA, Rice, AAB, Lib, NCAA UP, INS, TSN, NWM INS

1940s

Year Name Pos. 1940 Bob Suffridge G Bob Foxx HB Ed Molinski G 1944 Bob Dobelstein G 1946 Dick Huffman T 1950 Ted Daffer G Bud Sherrod End

Award Organizations AP, UP, INS, Rice, NEA, TSN, Lib, AAB, NWM, NCAA INS TSN NY SUN AP, Rice, AAB, FWAA, Coaches, NCAA AFCA NEA

1950s

Year Name Pos. Award Organizations HB AP, UP, NEA, INS, CP, FWAA, TSN, AFCA, 1951 Hank Lauricella AAB, NY NEWS, NCAA Ted Daffer G INS, NEA, NY News Bill Pearman T AP, NEA, FWAA, NY News 1952 John Michels G AP, UP, TSN, NEA, FWAA, AAB, NY News, NCAA Doug Atkins T INS, AAB, NY NEWS 1954 Darris McCord T FWAA HB AP, UP, INS, FEA, FWAA, AFCA, TSN, NY 1956 Johnny Majors News, NCAA Kyle (Buddy) Cruze End FWAA 1957 Bill Johnson G NEA, FWAA

1960s

Year Name Pos. 1963 Steve DeLong G 1964 Steve DeLong G 1965 Frank Emanuel LB 1966 Paul Naumoff LB Austin Denney End Ron Widby P Bob Johnson C 1967 Bob Johnson C Albert Dorsey Back Richmond Flowers WB 1968 Charles Rosenfelder G Steve Kiner LB Jim Weatherford Back 1969 Steve Kiner LB Chip Kell G Jack Reynolds LB

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Award Organizations FWAA, FbN AP, NEA, FWAA, NY NEWS, TSN, FbN, Time AP, NEA, FWAA, TSN, FbN, Time, NCAA AP, UPI, FWAA, COACHES, FbN, NCAA NEA TSN FbN AP, UPI, NEA, FWAA, Coaches, Camp, Time, TSN, NY News, NCAA UPI, NY News, FbN FbN AP, UPI, CP, FWAA, Coaches, NEA, NY News, Camp, NCAA AP, CP, FWAA, FbN, NCAA Coaches AP, UPI, NEA, CP, FWAA, Coaches, FbN, NY News, TSN, Camp, Time, NCAA AP, UPI, CP, FWAA, Coaches, FbN, NY News, Camp, NCAA FbN

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1970s

Year Name Pos. G 1970 Chip Kell Jackie Walker LB 1971 Bobby Majors Back Jackie Walker LB Back 1972 Conrad Graham Ricky Townsend PK Jamie Rotella LB 1973 Eddie Brown Back Ricky Townsend PK WR 1975 Larry Seivers 1976 Larry Seivers WR Back 1979 Roland James

1980s

Year Name Pos. WR 1982 Willie Gault Jimmy Colquitt P 1983 Reggie White DT Jimmy Colquitt P G 1984 Bill Mayo 1985 Tim McGee WR Chris White DB 1987 Harry Galbreath G 1988 Keith DeLong LB G 1989 Eric Still

1990s

Year Name Pos. OT 1990 Antone Davis Dale Carter DB/KR 1991 Dale Carter DB Carl Pickens WR PK 1993 John Becksvoort 1997 Leonard Little DE Peyton Manning QB 1998 Al Wilson LB 1999 Cosey Coleman OG Deon Grant DB Raynoch Thompson LB

2000s Year 2000 2001 2003 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009

Name John Henderson John Henderson Travis Stephens Dustin Colquitt Kevin Burnett Jesse Mahelona Michael Munoz Robert Meachem Arron Sears Daniel Lincoln Eric Berry Eric Berry

Pos. DT DT RB P LB DT OT  WR OT PK DB DB

Award Organizations AP, UPI, NEA, CP, FWAA, COACHES, FbN, CAMP, NCAA NEA, FbN AP, UPI, FWAA, TSN, FbN, CP, Coaches, Camp, NEA, NCAA UPI, FWAA, Camp, CP, FbN UPI, FbN FWAA FbN, Coaches, UPI FbN FWAA FbN, AP, FWAA, NCAA AP, UPI, NEA, Coaches, TSN, Camp, NCAA UPI, Coaches, TSN, FWAA, NEA,Camp, FbN, FbN,NCAA Award Organizations NEA, FWAA Gannett AP, UPI, TSN, CAMP, Gannett, FWAA, FbN, Coaches, NCAA Camp UPI, CAMP, FbN, NCAA AP, Coaches, NEA, Gannett, Scripps, NCAA Scripps TSN AP, TSN, Gannett AP, CAMP, FWAA, Coaches, TSN, UPI, Scripps, NCAA Award Organizations AP, UPI, Camp, Coaches, FWAA, Scripps, FbN, TSN, NCAA TSN AP, UPI, FWAA, Camp, Scripps, FbN, Gannett, NCAA Coaches, FbN, Scripps, Gannett FWAA, Scripps Camp AP, Camp, Scripps, FWAA, AFCA, FbN, NCAA AP, FWAA, AFCA, NCAA AP, Camp, FWAA, FbN, Coaches, NCAA Camp, FbN, TSN, Coaches, NCAA AP, Coaches Award Organizations AP, FWAA, TSN, FbN, NCAA AP, FWAA, Coaches, Camp, TSN, FbN, NCAA AP, FWAA AP, FWAA, Camp, TSN, NCAA Coaches TSN AP, Coaches, NCAA FWAA, TSN Camp, Coaches FWAA Camp, AFCA, AP, FWAA, TSN, NCAA Camp, AP, FWAA, TSN, NCAA

guide to the list The roster (left) consists only of those players who were first-team selections on one or more of the All-America teams selected for the national audience and received nationwide circulation. Not included are numerous players who may have received mentions on second or third teams and others who were selected by newspapers or agencies with circulations not primarily national. The legend below lists those teams recognized by the NCAA that were national media or organizations: AAB — All America Board (1924-55); AP — Associated Press (1925-Present); Camp — Walter Camp Football Foundation (1967-Present); CP — Central Press (1963-70); Coaches — American Football Coaches Assn. (1945-Present); FbN — Football News (1963-2001); FWAA — Football Writers Assn. of America (1913-Present); Gannett — Gannett News Service; INS — International News Service (1913-57); Lib— Liberty Magazine (1924-41); NWM — Newsweek Magazine (1937-42); NANA — North American Newspaper Alliance (1927-37); NEA — Newspaper Enterprise Assn. (1924-73); NY News — New York Daily News; TSN — The Sporting News (1934-Present); Rice — Grantland Rice (1925-47); Time — Time Magazine; UP — United Press (1925-58); UPI — United Press International (1958-95); Scripps — Scripps Howard Newspapers; NCAA — NCAA Consensus (1889-Present).

a look at ut’s 72 all-americans...

Gene McEver

Bobby Dodd

Gene McEver was “the best player I ever coached ... the best I ever saw,” said Gen. Robert R. Neyland. That explains his role as a scoring machine during the 1929 season. In the final game of the regular season, he broke the goal line for five touchdowns and scored three extra points against South Carolina. The outburst helped him lead the nation in scoring with a school-record 130 points as the Vols’ halfback. It was also the season in which McEver became the first Tennessee football player to reach All-America status, garnering a unanimous decision.

Bobby Dodd was the centerpiece of the “Hack and Mack” backfield that featured Buddy Hackman and Gene McEver, expanding the quarterback role like never before. It was his senior year in which “The Dodger” showed his versatility in a 13-0 win against Vanderbilt. Dodd finished with 14 punts for a 42-yard average, had nine carries for 39 yards, was 7-of-12 passing for 159 yards and two touchdowns and intercepted two passes. On the afternoon, Dodd gained 212 all-purpose yards, collecting all but 14 of Tennessee’s team total of 226. The Vols finished 9-1, and Dodd’s dominance on the gridiron earned him 1930 All-America honors.

1929 /// Halfback Hometown: Bristol, Va.

1930 /// Quarterback Hometown: Kingsport


ALL-AMERICANS OUTLOOK STAFF

Bob Suffridge

Abe Shires

Bob Dobelstein

Herman Hickman made people notice him, and it paid off. As a guard in the Vols’ trenches, it was his dominating performance during the 1931 Charity Bowl where Hickman caught the eye of the national press. In the early stages against New York University, the Violets had the ball on Tennessee’s 5-yard line preparing to score. But on four consecutive plays, Hickman single-handedly pushed NYU back 18 yards to the 23. The performance forced sportswriters into adjusting their All-America teams, adding Hickman’s name.

In 1938, Bowden Wyatt captained the Gen. Robert R. Neyland-led troops to an 11-0 season while playing right end on a loaded Volunteers team that included Hall of Fame names such as Molinski, Suffridge and Cafego in the days of the two-way player. The Vols had six shutouts on the season. The final shutout capped the year with Wyatt manning the defensive line and kicking a field goal in Tennessee’s 17-0 Orange Bowl victory over Oklahoma, the Vols’ first official bowl game. That 1938 season, Tennessee outscored its opponents 283-16 with Wyatt on the defensive line.

Bob Suffridge is the Vols’ only three-time All-American, earning the honors from 193840. UT collected a perfect 30-0 record during his career. His sophomore year, the speedy Suffridge anchored a dominant line that paved the way to an 11-0 finish. The 1939 season saw Suffridge help lead Tennessee to another undefeated regular season, one in which the Vols’ defense did not allow a single point. Suffridge’s blocking and tackling helped pave the way for a third consecutive undefeated regular season and a third consecutive SEC title his senior year.

Tackle Abe Shires earned his share of glory as a member of the best lines ever at Tennessee. Shires earned All-America status his junior year of 1939 by paving the road for the legendary backfield of Bob Foxx, Leonard Coffman, George Cafego and Sam Bartholomew. Shires was part of the unprecedented and unparalleled three-year stretch in which the Vols went undefeated in three consecutive regular seasons. His blocking and tackling helped Tennessee to outscore its opponents 837-75 and be crowned SEC champions 1938, 1939 and 1940.

Manning the offensive and defensive lines after World War II was Bob Dobelstein at right guard, earning All-America honors as a junior in 1944. It was also the year he served as captain of the team, the only junior to do so until the 2003 season. Dobelstein helped lead the Vols to a 7-1-1 record in 1944, completing an unbeaten regular season before losing to Southern California in the Rose Bowl. Tennessee went 8-1 the following year to set the table for an SEC title run the year after Dobelstein departed.

Beattie Feathers

George Cafego

Ed Molinski

Bob Foxx

Dick Huffman

Many consider Beattie Feathers to rank among the greatest to ever grace the field at Tennessee. And rightfully so, considering the mark he left on the Vols’ program. In 1933, Feathers sealed his place in Tennessee history, being named the Southeastern Conference MVP. He was an All-American in 1933, capping his glorious backfield career on The Hill in which the Vols had two undefeated seasons and went 25-3-2 overall. It propelled him to professional greatness in which he became the first NFL player to rush for more than 1,000 yards in a single season, averaging a record 9.9 yards per carry.

Renowned for his blocking and running skills, George “Bad News” Cafego also played safety and quarterback. On special teams, he returned kicks and punts while also handling the punting duties. In his career, Cafego rushed for 1,589 yards and threw for 550 yards. The Vols got their first major bowl win, 17-0 over Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl, with Cafego in the backfield. The 1938 team finished 11-0 and Cafego was SEC Player of the Year. The 1939 squad shut out all of its opponents during the regular season before losing to Southern California in the Rose Bowl with Cafego sidelined by injury.

During the days of the two-way player, Ed Molinski set the standard for linemen. The 1939 team is the one that perhaps is remembered best. The Molinski-led defensive line set records galore for holding teams at bay, including the fewest yards allowed (1,023), lowest average per play allowed (2.2 yards) and lowest average per game allowed (103.3 yards). That team also did not allow a single point, a modern NCAA record. Molinski was named All-America in 1939 and 1940. Tennessee teams were a combined 31-2 with Molinski in the trenches, and the Vols finished first or tied for first in the SEC each year.

Bob Foxx manned the backfield during Robert R. Neyland’s second stint as coach of the Vols and earned All-America status his senior year of 1940. Foxx earned three letters at Tennessee and was part of three consecutive SEC championship teams from 1938-40. Tennessee was crowned national champion in 1938 and 1940. Throughout Foxx’s three-year career, he led the rushing attack that allowed the Vols to go unbeaten and untied in each regular season. The 1938 season was the year in which Tennessee held its opponents scoreless during the regular season. Foxx was voted Knoxville’s greatest athlete of the first halfcentury by the Knoxville Journal readers.

Dick Huffman played right tackle on the 1942 Vols before returning to Tennessee in 1946 for a position at left tackle. He was All-America after the four-year break from football. With Huffman on the line, the Vols made a full return to prominence in the South, winning the 1946 SEC championship behind a 9-2 record. Huffman and the defensive line held five opponents to seven points or less, collecting two shutouts in the closing years of the two-way player. Huffman was one of only two players to earn All-America honors in six seasons following World War II.

1938, 1939 /// Halfback Hometown: Scarbro, W.Va.

1938, 1939, 1940 /// Guard Hometown: Knoxville

1939, 1940 /// Guard Hometown: Massillon, Ohio

1939 /// Tackle Hometown: Alderson, W.Va.

1940 /// Halfback Hometown: Knoxville

1944 /// Guard Hometown: Bridgeport, Conn.

HONORS & records VOLMANAC

1933 /// Halfback Hometown: Bristol, Va.

1938 /// End Hometown: Kingston

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Bowden Wyatt

1931 /// Guard Hometown: Johnson City

THE VOLS

Herman Hickman

1946 /// Tackle Hometown: Charleston, W.Va.

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HONORS

Ted Daffer

Hank Lauricella

John Michels

Darris McCord

Kyle “Buddy” Cruze

Guard Ted Daffer locked down the middle of the defensive line during a dominant time for Tennessee football. He was the only two-time All-America from the 1950 or 1951 squads. He helped Tennessee to an 11-1 record and a national championship from one poll in 1950, losing only the second game of the season to Mississippi State. Daffer returned the following season to help the squad become consensus national champions in 1951, going undefeated in the regular season before losing in the Sugar Bowl.

Hank Lauricella was “Mr. Everything” during one of the most prominent stretches in UT football history. In the 1951 Cotton Bowl against Texas, Lauricella set up Tennessee’s first score with a 75-yard run – perhaps the most memorable run in school history. The next season he was named All-SEC and AllAmerica, averaging a school-record 7.9 yards per carry in leading the Vols to a 10-0 regular season. Lauricella finished second in Heisman Trophy voting and Tennessee was named national champion prior to its Sugar Bowl appearance.

John Michels was the “best blocking guard in the United States,” Gen. Robert R. Neyland once said. Michels guided the 1951 Vols to their first consensus national championship. Tennessee rushed for 3,068 yards, scored 40 touchdowns on the ground and rushed for 306.8 yards per game – all school records. He was an All-SEC selection in 1951 and received both all-conference and All-America accolades in 1952. During Michels’ senior season, he was awarded the Jacobs Trophy given to the SEC’s best blocker. He is one of the 13 Vols to win the award all-time.

Darris McCord captained the 1954 squad that went 4-6 under second-year coach Harvey Robinson. The tackle played on both the offensive and defensive lines after Robinson switched back to the old two-way player system. Robinson looked for leadership from McCord, and found it in a steady blocker on the offensive end and a brute tackler in contrast. His hard work and grit earned him All-America status from the Football Writers Association of America in 1954 before embarking on a professional career.

Kyle “Buddy” Cruze re-established the wide receiver at Tennessee as coach Bowden Wyatt reconstructed the Vols’ program with a 10-1 season – undefeated in the regular season – and an SEC title. Cruze was just the second receiver to reach double figures in receptions in Tennessee history when he caught 12 balls his junior year for 232 yards and a 19.3-yard average. In 1956, he became the first Tennessee receiver to catch 20 passes and the first to top 300 yards, finishing with 357 to receive All-America status.

Bud Sherrod

Bill Pearman

Doug Atkins

Johnny Majors

Bill Johnson

Bud Sherrod was an All-America defensive end on the 1950 Vols’ squad that went 11-1 and earned a national title from one poll. Many believed it was an even better squad than the 1951 consensus national champions. The quick Sherrod made for an extreme terror on the defensive line in contrast to his approximate 6-foot, 185-pound size. The twotime All-SEC selection helped the Vols shut down the Texas offense and hold on to a 20-14 win in the 1951 Cotton Bowl to cap the season. It was Tennessee’s first bowl win in eight years.

Bill Pearman was one of three All-America selections from Tennessee’s 1951 consensus national championship season. The two-year starter’s position at right defensive tackle helped the Vols hold their opponents to 116 points on the season. Tennessee’s defense pitched five shutouts in 10 games during the undefeated regular season and helped the Vols hold a No. 1 ranking for six weeks of the year heading into the Sugar Bowl. Tennessee was a combined 33-9-1 with Pearman in uniform, 28 of those wins coming in the final three years of his career.

Doug Atkins is considered by many to be the greatest defensive lineman in football history. Atkins was named All-SEC his last two years with the Vols, in addition to being named AllAmerica in 1952. The Vols went 29-3-1 and were crowned national champions in 1951 with Atkins on defense. After wreaking havoc at Tennessee, Atkins went on to play professionally with Cleveland, Chicago and New Orleans, spending 12 seasons with the Bears. He is the only Tennessee player to ever be voted into both the College Football Hall of Fame (inducted 1985) and the Professional Football Hall of Fame (inducted 1982).

Johnny Majors was awarded his second SEC Player of the Year honor in 1956. His domination on the gridiron as the UT shotcaller was unparalleled in the South, earning him unanimous All-America selections. The national attention Majors received resulted in his finishing second on the Heisman Trophy ballot. He collected 1,622 yards on the ground and threw for 1,135 yards, scoring 16 touchdowns in all during his career. With his leg, he booted 83 punts for a 39.1-yard average. He also returned 36 punts for 438 yards and ran back 15 kickoffs for 344 yards.

Bill Johnson helped usher in the Bowden Wyatt coaching era with three consecutive winning seasons and an SEC championship. After a 6-3-1 season, Johnson was Wyatt’s starting guard in 1956 and 1957. The lineman pushed Tennessee to the national spotlight his junior season as the Vols finished with an undefeated regular season and won the SEC as the nation’s second-ranked team. But the next year, Johnson earned national notoriety himself when he was given AllAmerica status. On the defensive side, Johnson helped hold Tennessee opponents to 109 pass attempts for just 501 yards on the season, both school records.

1950, 1951 /// Guard Hometown: Norfolk, Va.

1950 /// End Hometown: Knoxville

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1951 /// Halfback Hometown: Harahan, La.

1951 /// Tackle Hometown: Charlotte, N.C.

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1952 /// Guard Hometown: Philadelphia, Pa.

1952 /// End Hometown: Humbolt

1954 /// Tackle Hometown: Franklin

1956 /// Tailback Hometown: Huntland

1956 /// Wide Receiver Hometown: Knoxville

1957 /// Guard Hometown: Sparta


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Ron Widby

Albert Dorsey

Charles Rosenfelder

Steve DeLong made a name for himself through his toughness on the line. His junior year at Tennessee, he received All-SEC and AllAmerica honors. The 1964 season, however, was DeLong’s best. He repeated as All-SEC and All-America his senior year as captain of the team and his work in the trenches led to winning the Outland Trophy as the nation’s most outstanding interior lineman.

Paul Naumoff earned All-America honors his senior year of 1966 after moving from defensive end to linebacker under coach Doug Dickey. He entered the season as a favorite for national notoriety on the line, but volunteered to change positions after linebacker Tom Fisher’s sudden death earlier in the year. Helping the Vols to consecutive eight-win seasons, Naumoff is best remembered for tackling Syracuse’s Larry Csonka in the 1966 Gator Bowl to keep the superstar from scoring and preserving Tennessee’s 18-12 win.

Ron Widby wasn’t just a punter for the Vols’ gridiron squad. He also lettered in football, basketball, baseball and golf. But football was where he earned All-America status his senior year of 1966. Widby punted merely 38 times his senior year for 2,104 yards. His average of 43.8 yards secured his spot as the NCAA statistical champion. He punted 142 times in his three-year career for 6,002 yards. He averaged 42.3 yards per kick for his career.

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 as the second-ranked team in the nation. That was the same year Dorsey was named an All-American 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 seventh, while Alabama was sixth. Dorsey picked off three passes that afternoon in leading the Vols to a 24-13 win.

Charles Rosenfelder was a regular with the Vols’ offensive front and started all three years on the varsity squad. As a freshman in 1965, Rosenfelder made the All-SEC freshman team and carried his successes as a blocker to the varsity level. He earned a consensus All-America selection his senior year of 1968 by becoming the backbone of an offensive line that had lost four starters from the previous season. His line leadership resulted in tailback Richard Pickens rushing for 736 yards in 1968, the most for a Tennessee back since Hank Lauricella in 1951.

Frank Emanuel

Austin Denney

Bob Johnson

Richmond Flowers

Steve Kiner

Continuing the tradition of stout linebackers, Frank Emanuel fulfilled the role valiantly for two years under coach Doug Dickey, earning All-America status his senior year of 1965. Emanuel started his junior and senior seasons, Dickey’s first two years commanding the Vols in which he eliminated the two-way player. That’s when Emanuel flourished as the Vols went 8-1-2 and beat Tulsa in the Bluebonnet Bowl. Tennessee’s defense allowed only 98 points that season. The Vols haven’t held their opponents to fewer points in a season since. In eight of the 11 games, Emanuel and the Vols held their opponent to a touchdown or less.

Austin Denney set the standard for today’s Tennessee tight end with his versatility, speed and fight. But he wasn’t always a tight end. Denney moved from fullback to the line his junior year partly because of his 6-foot-2, 227-pound body. He established the position as another offensive threat for the Vols. By the end of his senior year in 1966, the co-captain was All-SEC and All-American after catching 21 passes for 264 yards. His seven touchdowns were even more impressive as the big man led the team in scoring. Denney caught nine scores in his career to set a new school record at the time.

Center Bob Johnson left UT as one of the most decorated athletes in school history. Doug Dickey’s first recruit struggled making snaps his sophomore year after moving over from the tackle position, but rebounded to garner All-America status in 1966. As captain of the 1967 Vols, Johnson lived up to his preseason hype by earning his second All-SEC and All-America nods with unanimous votes. Johnson was awarded the Jacobs Trophy, given to the SEC’s best blocker, and the Birmingham Touchdown Club named him the SEC’s Most Outstanding Lineman. In addition, Johnson finished sixth in the Heisman voting as a center.

The versatile Richmond Flowers was one of the most exciting athletes to come to Tennessee, and left with the same title. He garnered All-America honors his junior season of 1967 as wingback for the Vols. He only carried the ball 10 times for 24 yards, but led Tennessee with 41 receptions for 585 yards and four touchdowns before returning as tailback as a senior. His junior year was also his best at returning kicks with 173 total yards. Flowers finished with a career average of 21.6 yards on kickoff returns. A stellar track star, Flowers won one NCAA title and six SEC championships.

Steve Kiner’s outstanding play at linebacker fits the tradition Tennessee holds for the position. And while playing for the Volunteers, Kiner developed a tradition of his own – domination on the field. His junior and senior seasons, Kiner took the nation by storm. He was named All-SEC and All-America in 1968 and 1969, making him Doug Dickey’s first player to twice earn consensus recognition. Kiner was SEC Defensive Player of the Year thanks in part to Tennessee’s 41-14 victory over Alabama in 1969. The linebacker had five sacks, 11 tackles with five assists, four quarterback hurries, an interception and a forced fumble.

1966 /// Tight End Hometown: Nashville

1966 /// Punter Hometown: Knoxville

1966, 1967 /// Center Hometown: Cleveland

1967 /// Defensive Back Hometown: Tampa, Fla.

1967 /// Wingback Hometown: Montgomery, Ala.

1968 /// Guard Hometown: Humbolt

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1965 /// Linebacker Hometown: Newport News, Va.

1966 /// Linebacker Hometown: Columbus, Ohio

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Paul Naumoff

1963, 1964 /// Guard Hometown: Norfolk, Va.

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Steve DeLong

1968, 1969 /// Linebacker Hometown: Tampa, Fla.

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Jim Weatherford

Jack Reynolds

Bobby Majors

Ricky Townsend

Eddie Brown

It was the year between Doug Dickey’s two SEC championships and the first season played on Neyland Stadium’s artificial turf that Jim Weatherford earned All-America honors. Weatherford was one of the six Vols on the 1968 squad who would be named AllAmericans during their careers. A defensive back, Weatherford helped the Tennessee defense post two shutouts and hold three other opponents to just a touchdown as the Vols went 8-2-1 on the year. The twoyear starter was part of the initial stages of Tennessee’s dominant defensive era.

When Jack Reynolds made the move from fullback to linebacker his sophomore year, he became an instant success for the Vols. That success was proven his senior year of 1969 when, he received All-SEC and All-America honors. “Hacksaw,” as he was known during his tenure on The Hill, combined with fellow linebacker Steve Kiner to sow the seeds of the infamous 1970 defense that picked off 36 passes. But Reynolds’ final year was a special one too, with the defense collecting 30 interceptions.

Bobby Majors could do everything in a football uniform. Majors returned punts all three years of his varsity career, setting school records for career punt returns with 117 and career punt return yardage with 1,163. He also returned kickoffs his All-American year with a 30.1-yard average, the third highest in the program’s history. Majors completed his special teams threat by punting for the Vols in 1970 and 1971. But the defensive backfield was where Majors flourished. His set the school record with 10 interceptions in 1970.

Ricky Townsend’s foot propelled him to AllAmerica status his sophomore and junior seasons after he became the Vols’ first barefoot placekicker. “Coach (Bill) Batttle happened to be watching and he said I was kicking better barefooted, so I’ve done it that way ever since,” Townsend once said. Townsend, a former quarterback and linebacker turned kicker, kicked 33 field goals and 72 extra points in his career for a total of 171 points. His 60 points in 1973 led the Vols in scoring. He also handled kickoff duties, booting long bombs consistently during his tenure.

Eddie Brown earned All-America status in 1973 thanks to his awareness as a defensive back and his illusive punt return ability. Brown collected five picks his last year at Tennessee for 105 return yards to lead the team. The captain was a machine against Kansas. Brown intercepted a pass and returned it 74 yards before being brought down, had his teeth knocked out while blocking a field goal, had consistently long punt returns and played a vital role in stopping a two-point conversion to preserve the Tennessee victory.

Chip Kell

Jackie Walker

Conrad Graham

Jamie Rotella

Larry Seivers

Chip Kell set the standard for blocking guards at Tennessee by becoming a two-time All-American, a two-time Jacobs Trophy winner for being the SEC’s best blocker and a three-time All-SEC member. Kell manned the line that allowed Curt Watson to pace the Vols three straight years, including an 807-yard season in the 1969 SEC title year. In 1970, Kell helped block for the Vols to run for 2,365 yards, the most since 1951. Kell’s protection allowed the Vols to pass for 1,996 yards, the most in school history at that time. The Vols had eight 100-yard rushing games during Kell’s junior and senior seasons.

Jackie Walker refined the role of linebacker at Tennessee, turning it into a hard-hitting, yet sleek, position with his small body and skillful tactics. Walker was a two-time All-American for the Vols his junior and senior years. In 1970, UT’s daunting defense collected 36 interceptions for a seemingly untouchable school record. Walker led the Vols with 82 tackles and 42 assists. He finished his career with 11 interceptions, more than anyone who wasn’t a defensive back during his time. He returned those picks for 281 yards and five touchdowns. The 281 yards ranked fourth at the time on Tennessee’s all-time chart behind three defensive backs – all his teammates.

Conrad Graham was a three-year starter in Tennessee’s secondary during a time which the Vols boasted one of the best pass-coverage defenses in history. Three of the defensive backfield members earned All-America status, including Graham his senior year of 1972. Graham left Tennessee third on the career pass interceptions list with 15. He collected 293 return yards in his three years and scored three touchdowns off turnovers. Graham led the Vols his junior and senior years in interceptions. His All-America year of 1972 saw him pick off seven passes, ranking him fifth on the season pass interceptions list when his career was over.

Jamie Rotella became the sixth Tennessee linebacker to earn All-America status in seven years his senior year of 1972 despite his name missing on preseason predictions. Nobody predicted the greatness of his tackling ability. After making 112 tackles as a sophomore and 111 as a junior, Rotella dominated on the defensive side his senior year and collected 190 total tackles at linebacker. His 413 career tackles were good enough to destroy the school record, although it has since been broken. However, Rotella earned his total in just three years of varsity play. He topped the single-season Tennessee list of tackle assists with 90 in 1972.

Larry Seivers became one of Tennessee’s first consistent receiving threats and finished as the best of his era after leading the Vols in pass-catching yardage all three of his years on the varsity squad. Seivers totaled 347 yards as a sophomore, but exploded in 1975 for 840 yards on 41 receptions. It was the first time any Tennessee receiver topped the 800-yard mark in a season, earning him All-America honors. The following year, Seivers caught 51 passes for 737 yards and was again named All-America.

1968 /// Defensive Back Hometown: Dalton, Ga.

1969, 1970 /// Guard Hometown: Decatur, Ga.

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1969 /// Linebacker Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio

1970, 1971 /// Linebacker Hometown: Knoxville

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1971 /// Defensive Back Hometown: Sewanee

1972 /// Defensive Back Hometown: Winston-Salem, N.C.

1972, 1973 /// Placekicker Hometown: Dalton, Ga.

1972 /// Linebacker Hometown: Verona, N.J.

1973 /// Defensive Back Hometown: Guild

1975, 1976 /// Wide Receiver Hometown: Clinton


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Roland James

Jimmy Colquitt

1982, 1983 /// Punter Hometown: Knoxville

Bill Mayo

1984 /// Guard Hometown: Dalton, Ga.

Chris White

1985 /// Defensive Back Hometown: Cleveland

Keith DeLong

1988 /// Linebacker Hometown: Lawrence, Kan.

Bill Mayo’s consistency is what kept him on the field, but his play put him with the All-Americas. A four-year starter for the Vols, he was the only returning starter entering the 1984 season. Despite battling injuries all year, he opened holes for Johnny Jones to run 1,290 yards on the season. Mayo’s name was secure on All-SEC and All-America lists. Mayo finished his career with more starts than any Tennessee player, starting 46 of his 47 games. The record has since been broken, but Mayo remains Tennessee’s Mr. Consistency.

Chris White had one opportunity and made the most of it. As a fifth-year senior in 1985, White made his first career start in the season opener against UCLA as an injury replacement. Three interceptions later, White had secured his place as the Vols’ starter the rest of the season. He had nine interceptions on the season to lead the NCAA. White ended with 62 tackles and three fumble recoveries. His place in the Tennessee secondary that Cinderella season earned him All-America honors as the Vols went on to become SEC champions and defeat Miami in the Sugar Bowl for a 9-1-2 finish.

According to his coach, Johnny Majors, “they don’t come any finer as a college performer than Keith DeLong.” DeLong proved as much his senior year, his second consecutive season of leading the Vols in tackles – he had 159 as a senior and 125 as a junior. Despite the Vols finishing 5-6 in 1988, DeLong earned All-America status and was a finalist for the Butkus Award given annually to the nation’s best collegiate linebacker.

Willie Gault

Reggie White

Tim McGee

Harry Galbreath

Eric Still

Willie Gault was in a class of his own, and his performances spoke for themselves. The speedy receiver earned All-America honors his senior year after hauling in 50 receptions for 668 yards. Gault, also a prolific hurdler and sprinter, finished his career with the Vols holding 12 school records in football and three in track and field. Half of his football records were SEC records as well. He had more total yards in kickoff returns (1,854) than in receiving (1,482) and returned five kickoffs for touchdowns in his career.

In his four years with the Vols, Reggie White collected a school-record 32 sacks in establishing himself as the most prolific pass rusher in Tennessee history. The 1983 team captain drew little publicity until the sixth game of his senior year. By then, his domination was evident. He collected 100 tackles on the season, 72 of them unassisted, and set the school-record with 15 sacks for the year. White’s senior campaign earned him AllSEC and consensus All-America honors.

Tim McGee earned All-America honors his senior year with the Vols by becoming Tennessee’s greatest pass catcher. He caught 50 balls for 947 yards and seven touchdowns while leading the Vols to the 1985 SEC title. McGee finished his career with 123 catches for 2,042 yards and 15 touchdowns, all Tennessee records at the time. He was the Vols’ leading receiver his final two seasons on The Hill, setting a single-season record for receptions with 54 his junior year, a record that has since been broken.

Harry Galbreath was the most dominating and aggressive run blocker Johnny Majors ever coached, according to Tennessee’s former mentor. Perhaps that’s what earned him All-America status his senior year of 1987. In his final year with the Vols, Galbreath won the Jacobs Trophy given to the SEC’s best blocker. He laid the road for Reggie Cobb’s freshman campaign of 1,197 yards on 237 attempts. Galbreath appeared in every game of his four-year stint, including three years as a starter.

Eric Still was a bulldozer on the offensive line for the Vols and helped push the pile for Tennessee to set a school record at the time for total yards per game with an average of 408.5 in 1989. The Vols rushed for 2,701 yards behind the Still’s blocking, the most since the national championship season of 1951. Still was awarded the Jacobs Trophy for the SEC’s top blocker and played in two all-star games. In the classroom, he made Academic All-SEC all four years.

1982 /// Wide Receiver Hometown: Griffin, Ga.

1983 /// Defensive Tackle Hometown: Chattanooga

1985 /// Wide Receiver Hometown: Cleveland, Ohio

1987 /// Guard Hometown: Clarksville

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Jimmy Colquitt’s name is written all across Tennessee’s punting record books. And with that came consecutive All-America nods his sophomore and junior seasons. Colquitt concluded his career holding marks in career average at 43.9 yards, singlegame punting average at 53 yards and season average at 46.9. He surpassed his uncle and former Vols punter Craig Colquitt in each category. Colquitt achieved the whopping average his sophomore year when he was ranked second in the nation in average. Colquitt never averaged below 42 yards per kick.

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Roland James was an All-America his senior year at Tennessee, concluding a special career for the intelligent and tough defensive back who played with a broken nose his sophomore year and broken thumb as a junior. James spread the wealth during his career rather than exploding in one single season. His freshman year, he totaled 131 total tackles. As a junior, James had seven picks, including a 90-yard touchdown return against Mississippi that ranked third on Tennessee’s longest return list at the time. His senior year cumulated with the AllAmerica nod and his second consecutive AllSEC choice.

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1979 /// Defensive Back Hometown: Jamestown, Ohio

1989 /// Guard Hometown: Germantown

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Antone Davis

Carl Pickens

Leonard Little

Al Wilson

Deon Grant

Manning the outside of a highly touted offensive line, Antone Davis was rewarded for his time in the trenches, receiving All-America status his senior year. He was also given the Jacob’s Trophy as the SEC’s top blocker in 1990. Davis helped create the holes for tailback Tony Thompson in 1990, allowing Thompson to rush 248 yards against Mississippi State and 236 against Vanderbilt. Thompson went on to gain 1,261 yards on the season thanks to Davis and the line.

Carl Pickens was a staple in the Vols’ offense during his three years and earned national recognition his junior year with an All-America nod in 1991. Pickens caught 49 balls for 817 yards his junior year for an average of 17.9 yards per catch. His 79.73 receiving yards per game led the SEC. Quarterback Andy Kelly hooked up with Pickens for an 87-yard touchdown against Auburn for what was the longest pass play in school history at the time. His numbers the previous year, however, were even better when he had 53 catches for 917 yards. He led the Vols both seasons in receptions and yards.

A middle linebacker and defensive end, Leonard Little earned a reputation for his hard hits and quarterback sacks. Little earned All-America status his senior year of 1997 and was named the Associated Press’ Co-Defensive Player of the Year in the SEC. He had a team-leading 87 tackles and collected 8.5 quarterback sacks in leading the Vols to the 1997 SEC championship. He finished ranked second to Reggie White on the all-time sack list with 28, which included 11 his sophomore year. Little had 10 multi-sack games in his three-year career. He also placed second on the career list of quarterback pressures with 42.

Al Wilson just might have been one of the greatest linebackers in Tennessee history, and his leadership was even more special, acting like a quarterback for the defense. It was unparalleled on The Hill, and it carried over into a season that was much the same. He was the Vols’ only All-America selection from the 1998 undefeated national championship team. The captain ranked third on the team that year with 77 tackles despite missing the three games to injury, the first since he was a freshman. His highlight was a 12-tackle performance against Florida in which he set a school record with three caused fumbles.

Deon Grant tied for the NCAA lead in 1999 with nine interceptions for 167 return yards, propelling him to All-America status his junior year. Grant finished the year with 69 tackles and eight pass breakups. He also had two picks in three different games. Grant left Tennessee after his junior year to go to the NFL, but left his mark as one of the Vols’ all-time great defensive backs. His nine picks in 1999 tied him for second on the single-season interception chart, and he stood fifth on the career list with 14.

Dale Carter

John Becksvoort

Peyton Manning

Cosey Coleman

Raynoch Thompson

Dale Carter came to Tennessee to be a playmaker, and he did just that. In two seasons with the Vols, Carter earned All-America status each year and garnered national recognition as a sticky defensive back and an explosive kick return man. It was his kick-return capabilities that sealed his All-America status in 1990. He led the nation with 507 yards on 17 returns for an average of 29.82 yards per return. He also returned 29 punts for 381 yards, a 13.1-yard average.

John Becksvoort was automatic for Tennessee as a four-year starter, earning AllAmerica status his junior year and setting records with his unique kicking style. It was his junior year of 1993 when Becksvoort hit 59-of-59 extra-point attempts to set Southeastern Conference and Tennessee records. He also led the league in scoring with 95 points. Becksvoort wrapped up his career as one of Tennessee’s most accurate kickers. He was a perfect 161-of-161 on extra-point attempts, setting an NCAA record.

Peyton Manning’s legend will never die. He finished his illustrious career holding 42 NCAA, SEC and Tennessee records. He won the Maxwell Award as the nation’s most outstanding player, the Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award, the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award and Player of the Year honors his senior season, securing his All-America status in 1997. The quarterback became the fourth in NCAA history to pass for 11,000 yards and threw for more than 300 yards in 18 games.

Cosey Coleman earned All-America status his junior year after starting 30 consecutive games at right guard in a three-year span. His 6-foot-5, 315-pound frame helped pave the way for tailbacks Jamal Lewis and Travis Henry in 1999 as the two rushed for 816 and 790 yards, respectively. During Coleman’s career on the line, Tennessee rushed for more than 200 yards 11 times and had a 100-yard rusher 19 times when he started at guard. He was part of an SEC title in 1997 and both conference and national championships in 1998.

Raynoch Thompson dominated the defensive side during his time at Tennessee and earned All-America honors his senior year, one year following the 1998 national championship. Thompson followed his 10 tackles for loss in 1998 by leading the Vols with 87 tackles in 1999 while also totaling seven tackles for loss and three interceptions. He was one of four finalists for the Butkus Award and played in the Delchamps Senior Bowl. The stout tackler started in every game he played on The Hill, totaling 36 in his career.

1990 /// Tackle Hometown: Fort Valley, Ga.

1990, 1991 /// Defensive Back Hometown: Oxford, Ga.

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1991 /// Wide Receiver Hometown: Murphy, N.C.

1993 /// Placekicker Hometown: Chattanooga

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1997 /// Defensive End Hometown: Asheville, N.C.

1997 /// Quarterback Hometown: New Orleans, La.

1998 /// Linebacker Hometown: Jackson

1999 /// Tackle Hometown: Clarkston, Ga.

1999 /// Defensive Back Hometown: Augusta, Ga.

1999 /// Linebacker Hometown: New Orleans, La.


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Jesse Mahelona

Robert Meachem

Daniel Lincoln

John Henderson earned back-to-back AllAmerica honors his junior and senior seasons by exploding off the defensive line. His junior year – the year Tennessee set a school record for fewest rushing yards allowed with 817 – he won the Outland Trophy, was a Bronko Nagurski Trophy finalist and received SEC Defensive Player of the Year honors. His 12 sacks ranked third on Tennessee’s singleseason list. He also caused four fumbles and recovered three. He was an Outland finalist and a Lombardi Award semifinalist in 2001 despite a lingering ankle injury.

Continuing a family tradition of punting for the Vols, Dustin Colquitt became the third member of his family to do so. Colquitt earned an All-America selection in 2003 and was a Ray Guy Award finalist for the second consecutive year. He twice earned SEC Special Teams Player of the Week accolades. Colquitt’s 45.9-yard average ranked first in the SEC and fourth nationally, partly due to booming 18 punts for 50 yards or more. Accuracy was another trait, as Colquitt strategically placed 19 punts inside opponents’ 20-yard line, nine of which were inside the 10 and five inside the 5.

Junior college transfer Jesse Mahelona burst onto the Tennessee football scene in a big way in 2004 being named All-America by The Sporting News. Showing an uncanny ability to disrupt opponent offenses, Mahelona had 18.5 tackles for loss to finish sixth on UT’s season TFL chart. He is second on Tennessee ball-carrier loss charts with 13.5. Mahelona recorded multiple sacks in six games in 2004 and had five in an impressive outing against Notre Dame Nov. 6. He was a second team All-SEC selection as named by Associated Press and the league coaches.

Robert Meachem made the most of his one season as a Tennessee starter, setting a school record for receiving yards in a season and earning All-America honors from three different publications. He caught 71 passes for 1,298 yards in 2006 and finished the season leading the SEC in receiving yards per game with 99.8. He is only one of six Volunteers to top the 2,000-yard mark in his career. He ranked fourth all-time in receiving yardage (2,140), fifth in receptions (125) and fifth in receiving touchdowns (17) when he left Rocky Top for the NFL in 2006.

Daniel Lincoln wasted little time in making his mark on Tennessee football. He earned All-America honors from the Football Writers Association of America in 2007, his freshman season on Rocky Top. During the 2007 campaign, the Ocala, Fla., native made 21-of-28 field goal attempts and scored 112 points, which was a school record for points in a season for a kicker and the third-most points in a season overall. His 21 field goals made and 112 points were also school freshman records.

Travis Stephens

Kevin Burnett

Michael Munoz

Arron Sears

Eric Berry

Travis Stephens rose to the occasion his 2001 senior year at Tennessee, becoming the Vols’ first All-America tailback since Johnny Majors. Stephens blasted for 1,464 yards his final year on The Hill. It was the most yards any back had gained in a single season at Tennessee. He also set the record for season attempts with 291 and tied the single-game record with 41 attempts against Arkansas. Stephens topped the 200-yard mark twice and collected more than 100 yards in five other games.

The inspirational leader of the 2005 SBC Cotton Bowl championship squad, Kevin Burnett made his final season as a Vol his best. He was elected team co-captain for the second consecutive year and was named a firstteam All-American and All-SEC selection. He ranked second on the team with 120 tackles and third in the SEC with 9.2 tackles per game. He had a fast start to the 2004 season with eight tackles and a fumble recovery in the win over UNLV. He was named SEC Defensive Player of the Week honors after he set a new career-high with 16 tackles in a 30-28 win over Florida. He led the Vols with six tackles against Texas A&M in the 2005 SBC Cotton Bowl.

Michael Munoz became one of Tennessee’s most decorated Vols in his four seasons on Rocky Top. He earned consensus All-America honors in 2004 after posting 55 intimidation blocks in just nine games played due to injury. He started 46 games in his career and was twice elected a team captain. In 2003, he and teammate Kevin Burnett were named the first junior captains in 59 years. Off the field, he was a 2004 National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete and earned the Draddy Trophy as the nation’s top scholar-athlete. He was also a three-time SEC Academic Honor Roll selection.

One of the most versatile linemen in Tennessee history, Arron Sears started a total of 37 games in his career at four different positions on the offensive line. Named an All-American by four different publications in 2006, he was also elected team co-captain and named All-SEC for the secondconsecutive year. He posted 71 knockdown blocks during the season and was named SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week after the Marshall game. Sears’ versatility shined in the 2005 season, when he started at least one game at three different positions on the offensive line and played significant snaps at every spot but center. He was the only Vol named first-team All-SEC.

It didn’t take Eric Berry long to put his name among the all-time Tennessee greats, earning consensus All-America honors in both his sophomore and junior seasons. Berry tied for the national lead in interceptions with seven and set school and SEC records for interception return yards in a season (265, set in 2008) and in a career (494). He finished third on the team with 72 tackles and posted 8.5 tackles for loss and three sacks as well in his sophomore campaign. In 2009, Berry added the Jim Thorpe Award to his resume and was a finalist for the Nagurski and Lott trophies. He was National Defensive Player of the Week twice and was second on the team with 87 tackles.

2004 /// Linebacker Hometown: Carson, Calif.

2004 /// Defensive Tackle Hometown: Kailua-Kona, Hawaii

2004 /// Offensive Tackle Hometown: Mason, Ohio

2006 /// Wide Receiver Hometown: Tulsa, Okla.

2006 /// Offensive Tackle Hometown: Russellville, Ala.

2007 /// Placekicker Hometown: Ocala, Fla.

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2001 /// Tailback Hometown: Clarksville

2003 /// Punter Hometown: Knoxville

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Dustin Colquitt

2000, 2001 /// Defensive Tackle Hometown: Nashville

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John Henderson

2008, 2009 /// Defensive Back Hometown: Fairburn, Ga.

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Name Beattie Feathers Sheriff Maples Murray Warmath Phil Dickens George Cafego Bob Suffridge Bowden Wyatt George Cafego Bob Foxx Ed Molinski James Rike Abe Shires Bob Foxx Abe Shires Bob Suffridge Don Edmiston Al Hust Bob Dobelstein Buster Stephens Bob Dobelstein Dick Huffman Norman Meseroll Bud Sherrod Ted Daffer Hank Lauricella Bud Sherrod Doug Atkins Ted Daffer Hank Lauricella John Michels Bill Pearman Bert Rechichar Doug Atkins Mack Franklin Francis Holohan Andy Kozar John Michels Bob Fisher Darris McCord Tom Tracy Johnny Majors Buddy Cruze John Gordy Johnny Majors Bobby Gordon Bill Johnson Joe Schaffer Mike Lucci Steve DeLong Steve DeLong Frank Emanuel Bobby Frazier Austin Denney Bob Johnson Johnny Mills Paul Naumoff John Boynton Albert Dorsey Bob Johnson Charles Rosenfelder

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Pos. Back C G Back Back G End Back Back G C T Back T G T End G Back G T T End G Back End T G Back G T Back End End G Back G T T Back Back End T Back Back G T C G G LB End TE C WR LB T DB C G

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1968 Ken DeLong Chip Kell Steve Kiner Richard Pickens Charles Rosenfelder Jim Weatherford 1969 Ken DeLong Chip Kell Steve Kiner Jack Reynolds Curt Watson Frank Yanossy 1970 Mike Bevans Chip Kell Bobby Majors Tim Priest Jackie Walker Curt Watson 1971 George Hunt Ray Nettles Bobby Majors Jackie Walker Curt Watson 1972 Bill Emendorfer Conrad Graham Jamie Rotella Ricky Townsend John Wagster 1973 Eddie Brown Condredge Holloway 1974 Neil Clabo Mickey Marvin Stanley Morgan 1975 Mickey Marvin Mike Mauck Ron McCartney Larry Seivers Andy Spiva 1976 Craig Colquitt Mickey Marvin Stanley Morgan Larry Seivers Andy Spiva 1977 Craig Colquitt Robert Shaw 1978 Roland James Robert Shaw 1979 Reggie Harper Roland James Craig Puki Jimmy Streater 1980 Tim Irwin Jim Noonan Lee North 1981 Lee North 1982 Willie Gault Fuad Reveiz 1983 Johnnie Jones Bill Mayo Glenn Streno Reggie White

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TE UPI C AP LB AP, UPI FB AP G AP, UPI DB UPI TE UPI G AP, UPI LB AP, UPI LB AP FB AP, UPI DT UPI C AP G AP, UPI DB AP, UPI DB UPI LB AP, UPI FB AP, UPI PK AP LB AP DB AP, UPI LB UPI FB UPI G AP, UPI DB AP, UPI LB AP, UPI PK AP DT AP DB AP, UPI QB AP, UPI P AP G UPI RB UPI G UPI DB AP DE UPI WR AP, UPI LB AP P AP G UPI WR UPI WR AP, UPI LB AP, UPI P AP C UPI DB AP, UPI C AP TE AP DB AP, UPI LB UPI QB UPI T AP, UPI MG AP, UPI C UPI C AP, UPI WR AP, UPI PK AP, UPI RB AP, UPI G UPI C UPI DT AP, UPI

three-time all-sec

>> Chip Kell Center/Guard 1968, 69, 70 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992

Johnnie Jones Bill Mayo Tony Robinson Dale Jones Tim McGee Carlos Reveiz Chris White Bruce Wilkerson Dale Jones Bruce Wilkerson Harry Galbreath Mark Hovanic Terry McDaniel Keith DeLong Eric Still Antone Davis Kent Elmore Marion Hobby Eric Still Chuck Webb Dale Carter Joey Chapman Antone Davis Charles McRae Carl Pickens Tony Thompson Dale Carter Darryl Hardy Jeremy Lincoln Chris Mims Tom Myslinski Carl Pickens Chuck Smith Todd Kelly Mike Stowell

>> Curt Watson Fullback 1969, 70, 71 RB G QB LB WR PK DB T LB T G DT DB LB G G P DE G RB DB P T T WR RB DB LB DB DE G WR DE DE G

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>> Mickey Marvin Guard 1974, 75, 76 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

John Becksvoort Cory Fleming Heath Shuler Jeff Smith Kevin Mays Jeff Hall DeRon Jenkins Joey Kent Jason Layman Peyton Manning Bubba Miller Jeff Smith Terry Fair Jeff Hall Joey Kent Leonard Little Jonathan Brown Terry Fair Leonard Little Peyton Manning Marcus Nash Trey Teague Al Wilson Cosey Coleman Jeff Hall Raynoch Thompson Darwin Walker Al Wilson Cosey Coleman Shaun Ellis Dwayne Goodrich Deon Grant Tee Martin Raynoch Thompson Darwin Walker

>> Jeff Hall Placekicker 1995, 96, 98 PK WR QB G G PK DB WR OT QB OG C KR PK WR DE DE DB DE QB WR C LB G PK LB DT LB OG DE DB DB QB LB DT

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ALL-SEC & SEC AWARDS

50

>> Vols who have earned multiple All-SEC First Team selections, four of which who have been recognized three times.

7

>> Most All-SEC selections in one season, which has happened four times: 1991, 95, 97 & 99.

1976-77 /// Football

Larry Seivers

Each year since 1933 the coaches of the Southeastern Conference select the most valuable player in a poll. Note: Formerly conducted by The Nashville Banner from 1933 to 1997. Currently the award is presented by the SEC office.

The Southeastern Conference Coach of the Year awards have been chosen by three organizations since 1935. The Nashville Banner award was chosen by the league coaches from 1935-97 and is currently presented by the SEC office. United Press International chose a coach of the year from 196090. The Associated Press has chosen a league coach of the year since 1946.

Todd Helton

1994-95 /// Baseball/Football

1933 1938 1939 1955 1956 1983 1993 1997 2008

Beattie Feathers (Back) George Cafego (Back) Bob Foxx (Back) Johnny Majors (Back) Johnny Majors (Back) Reggie White (Defensive Tackle) Heath Shuler (Quarterback) Peyton Manning (Quarterback) Eric Berry (Defensive Back)

1936 1938 1944 1950 1951 1956 1965 1967 1985 1998

Robert R. Neyland (Coaches) Robert R. Neyland (Coaches) John Barnhill (Coaches) Robert R. Neyland (Coaches) Robert R. Neyland (AP) Bowden Wyatt (AP, Coaches) Doug Dickey (Coaches) Doug Dickey (AP, UPI & Coaches) Johnny Majors (AP, UPI & Coaches) Phillip Fulmer (AP, Coaches)

1959 1960 1965 1967 1969 1970 1987 1989 1990 2006

Jim Cartwright (Blocking Back) Jim Cartwright (Blocking Back) Hal Wantland (Wingback) Bob Johnson (Center) Chip Kell (Guard) Chip Kell (Guard) Harry Galbreath (Guard) Eric Still (Guard) Antone Davis (Tackle) Arron Sears (Tackle)

jacobs blocking trophy Since 1935 this award has been given annually by the family of Dr. W.P. Jacobs of Clinton, S.C., to the outstanding blocker in the Southeastern Conference based on a poll of the coaches. 1938 1939 1944 1945 1951 1952 1956 1957

1997-98 /// Football

>> Tennessee’s individual All-SEC First Team selections, who have been honored a total of 347 times.

sec COACH OF THE YEAR

Sam Bartholomew (Blocking Back) Sam Bartholomew (Blocking Back) Billy Bevis (Blocking Back) Billy Bevis (Blocking Back) Jimmy Hahn (Blocking Back) John Michels (Guard) Stockton Adkins (Blocking Back) Stockton Adkins (Blocking Back)

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SEC PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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SEC ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

THE VOLS

Award Org. AP, Coaches AP, Coaches AP AP, Coaches Coaches AP, Coaches Coaches Coaches AP, Coaches AP, Coaches Coaches Coaches AP AP, Coaches AP, Coaches Coaches Coaches AP, Coaches AP AP AP, Coaches AP, Coaches AP AP, Coaches AP, Coaches AP, Coaches Coaches AP, Coaches AP, Coaches Coaches AP, Coaches AP, Coaches AP

all-southern honors Conference awards given from 19001932. Tennessee was one of the founding members of the Southeastern Conference in 1932. From 1921-1932, the Vols were a member of the Southern Conference. Year Name 1900 Bill Newman 1902 Nash Buckingham Joey Beane 1907 Walker Leach N.W. Dougherty

Pos. Back Back End Back Guard

1907 1908 1913 1914 1915 1916 1919

Roscoe Word Walker Leach N.W. Dougherty Mush Kerr Alonzo Carroll Farmer Kelly Mush Kerr Russ Lindsay Graham Vowell Graham Vowell Morris Vowell W. O. Lowe Lloyd Wolfe W.O. Lowe

Tackle Back Guard Guard End Tackle Guard Back End End Tackle Guard End Tackle

1920 1921 1922 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928

Buck Hatcher Graham Vowell Roe Campbell Tarzan Holt Roe Campbell Roy Striegel Rufe Clayton Roe Campbell J.G. Lowe John Barnhill John Barnhill Dick Dodson Dave McArthur Gene McEver

Tackle End Back End Back Guard Back Back End Guard Guard Back Tackle Back

1929 1930 1931 1932

Gene McEver Bobby Dodd Paul Hug Fritz Brandt Bobby Dodd Harry Thayer Buddy Hackman Herman Hickman Ray Saunders Gene McEver Beattie Feathers Van Rayburn

STAFF

Pos. DT TB DE PK LB DT DB DE TB OG DB DB OT TE P C DB LB DT OL OT P DT WR OT PK DB LB OG DE DB DB DT

OUTLOOK

Year Name 2000 John Henderson Travis Henry Will Overstreet Alex Walls Eric Westmoreland 2001 John Henderson Andre Lott Will Overstreet Travis Stephens Fred Weary 2002 Rashad Baker Julian Battle Will Ofenheusle Jason Witten 2003 Dustin Colquitt Scott Wells 2004 Jason Allen Kevin Burnett Jesse Mahelona Michael Munoz 2005 Arron Sears 2006 Britton Colquitt Turk McBride Robert Meachem Arron Sears James Wilhoit 2007 Jonathan Hefney Jerod Mayo Anthony Parker 2008 Robert Ayers Eric Berry 2009 Eric Berry Dan Williams

Peyton Manning

>> All-SEC Continued

Back Back End End Back Guard Back Guard Tackle Back Back End

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STANDOUT FRESHMEN

Vols who earned national & conference honors their rookie years

SEC All-Freshman TEAM

1986-Present /// First team selections only Bold indicates SEC Freshman of the Year selection Knoxville News Sentinel 1986-2004; Coaches 1999-Present; Sporting News 2005-2009 Year Name Pos. Award Org. 1986 Terrence Cleveland Wide Receiver Milton Gordon Linebacker Thomas Woods Return Specialist 1987 Kelly Days Defensive Back Alvin Harper Wide Receiver Charles McRae Defensive Line Robbin Perry Offensive Line 1988 Shazzon Bradley Defensive Line Earnest Fields Linebacker John Fisher Offensive Line Chip McCallum Placekicker Defensive Back 1989 Carl Pickens Chuck Webb Running Back 1990 Joey Chapman Punter 1991 John Becksvoort Placekicker James Stewart Running Back Aaron Hayden Running Back 1992 Jeff Smith Offensive Line Bubba Miller Offensive Line Jason Parker Defensive Back Shawn Summers Return Specialist 1993 Raymond Austin Defensive Back Leland Taylor Defensive Line 1994 Terry Fair Defensive Back Peyton Manning Quarterback Robert Poole Offensive Line 1995 Ron Green Defensive Line Jeff Hall Placekicker 1996 Billy Ratliff Defensive Tackle

1997 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Spencer Riley Offensive Guard Cosey Coleman Offensive Tackle Jamal Lewis Running Back Albert Haynesworth Def. Tackle Leonard Scott Kick Returner Rashad Baker Defensive Back Casey Clausen Quarterback Michael Munoz Offensive Tackle Scott Wells Center Dustin Colquitt Punter Kelley Washington Wide Receiver Parys Haralson Defensive End Corey Campbell Defensive Back Arron Sears Offensive Tackle Antwan Stewart Defensive Back Jayson Swain Wide Reciever James Wilhoit Place Kicker Erik Ainge Quarterback Roshaun Fellows Defensive Back Jonathan Hefney Defensive Back Arian Foster Running Back Ramon Foster Offensive Guard Demetrice Morley Defensive Back LaMarcus Coker Running Back Rico McCoy Linebacker Josh McNeil Offensive Line Eric Berry Defensive Back Daniel Lincoln Placekicker Denarius Moore Wide Reciever Daryl Vereen Linebacker Aaron Douglas Offensive Tackle Herman Lathers Linebacker Justin Hunter Wide Receiver Ja’Wuan James Offensive Tackle John Propst Linebacker Jacques Smith Defensive End

Freshman all-americaNs

Eric Berry (2007-09) followed up his Freshman All-America honors in 2007 at defensive back by earning NCAA consensus All-America awards in 2008 and 2009.

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Jamal Lewis

Peyton Manning

Running Back /// 1997

Quarterback /// 1994

First team unless otherwise noted

Year Name Pos. Award Org. 1977 Reggie Harper Tight End TSN 1978 Lee North Center FbN (2nd) 1981 Ricky Holt Defensive Line FbN 1983 Dale Jones Linebacker FbN 1985 Bryan Kimbro Linebacker FbN Keith Davis Tailback FbN (2nd) 1986 Milton Gordon Linebacker FbN Terence Cleveland Wide Receiver FbN (2nd) Marion Hobby Defensive Tackle FbN (2nd) 1987 Reggie Cobb Tailback FbN Antone Davis Tailback FbN Charles McRae Tailback FbN 1991 Aaron Hayden Tailback FbN 1993 Raymond Austin Defensive Back FbN 1997 Jamal Lewis Tailback TSN 1999 Albert Haynesworth Defensive Tackle TSN Leonard Scott Wide Receiver TSN

2000 2001 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009 2010

Rashad Baker Casey Clausen Michael Munoz Scott Wells Kelley Washington James Wilhoit Roshaun Fellows Erik Ainge Jonathan Hefney Britton Colquitt Arian Foster Demetrice Morley Josh McNeil LaMarcus Coker Rico McCoy Eric Berry Daniel Lincoln Aaron Douglas James Stone

Defensive Back Quarterback Offensive Tackle Center Wide Receiver Placekicker Defensive Back Quarterback Defensive Back Punter Tailback Defensive Back Defensive Back Tailback Linebacker Defensive Back Placekicker Offensive Tackle Center

TSN TSN Rivals, TSN (2nd) TSN (3rd) FWAA, TSN FWAA/Scripps, TSN (2nd) FWAA/Scripps, TSN, Rivals TSN (2nd), Rivals (2nd) TSN (2nd), Rivals (2nd) CFN.com (3rd) Rivals (2nd) Rivals (2nd) Rivals, CFN.com (2nd) Rivals (2nd) CFN.com (3rd) FWAA, TSN, Rivals, CFN.com Rivals (2nd) TSN, Steele, CFN.com (2nd) FWAA, TSN, Rivals (2nd)


FRESHMAN HONORS & ADDITIONAL AWARDS

>> AFCA Asst. Coach of the Year

>> Doak Walker Running Back Award

Presented to the nation’s best collegiate running back by the SMU Athletic Forum. First selection was in 1990. 2001 Travis Stephens (Finalist)

>> Fred Biletnikoff Receiver Award

>> Burlsworth Trophy

>> Heisman Trophy

Presented to a collegiate player who began his career as a walk-on and shows outstanding performance on the field. 2010 Nick Reveiz (Finalist)

>> Butkus Award

Presented to the nation’s top linebacker by the Downtown Athletic Club of Orlando, Fla. First selection was in 1985. 1988 Keith DeLong (Finalist) 1998 Al Wilson (Semifinalist) 1999 Raynoch Thompson (Finalist) 2000­ Eric Westmoreland (Semifinalist) 2004 Kevin Burnett (Semifinalist)

>> Chuck Bednarik Award

Presented to the nation’s top college defensive player in honor of Chuck Bednarik, College and Pro Football Hall of Famer. Award presented by the Maxwell Football Club of Philadelphia. The award was first given in 1995. 2004 Kevin Burnett (Semifinalist) 2008 Eric Berry (Semifinalist)

The Heisman Trophy was established in 1935 by the Downtown Athletic Club in New York to honor the nation’s most outstanding college football player. Four Tennessee players have finished runner-up in the national balloting: Hank Lauricella (1951), Johnny Majors (1956), Heath Shuler (1993) and Peyton Manning (1997). UT’s top finishers in the Heisman Trophy race: 1938 George Cafego—Tailback (7th) 1939 George Cafego—Tailback (4th) 1940 Bob Suffridge—Guard (6th) 1951 Hank Lauricella—Tailback (2nd) 1956 Johnny Majors—Tailback (2nd) 1964 Steve DeLong—Middle Guard (8th) 1967 Dewey Warren—Quarterback (8th) 1967 Bob Johnson—Center (6th) 1969 Steve Kiner—Linebacker (9th) 1973 Condredge Holloway—Quarterback (14th) 1976 Larry Seivers—Wide Receiver (12th) 1993 Heath Shuler—Quarterback (2nd) 1995 Peyton Manning—Quarterback (6th) 1996 Peyton Manning—Quarterback (8th) 1997 Peyton Manning—Quarterback (2nd)

>> Jim Thorpe Award

Presented annually to the nation’s best defensive back by the Jim Thorpe Association, Oklahoma City, Okla. First selection was in 1986. 1991 Dale Carter (Finalist) 1999 Deon Grant (Finalist)

1999 2000 2004 2008 2009

Dwayne Goodrich (Semifinalist) Andre Lott (Semifinalist) Jason Allen (Semifinalist) Eric Berry (Finalist) Eric Berry

>> John Mackey Tight End Award

Presented by the Nassau County Sports Commission to the nation’s most outstanding tight end. The award was first presented in 2000. 2002 Jason Witten (Semifinalist) 2010 Luke Stocker (Semifinalist)

>> John Unitas Golden Arm Award

Since 1987, awarded annually to the nation’s top senior quarterback by the John Unitas Golden Arm Educational Foundation of Louisville, Ky. 1997 Peyton Manning

>> Lombardi Award

Presented to the Nation’s Lineman of the Year by the Rotary Club of Houston. First selection was made in 1970. 1970 Chip Kell (Finalist) 1983 Reggie White (Finalist) 2001 John Henderson (Semifinalist) 2005 Jesse Mahelona (Semifinalist)

>> Lou Groza Place Kicker Award

Presented since 1992 to the nation’s top collegiate placekicker. Sponsored by the Palm Beach County Sports Authority in conjunction with the Orange Bowl Committee. The award is named after NFL Hall of Famer Lou Groza. 1995 Jeff Hall (Semifinalist) 2000 Alex Walls (Finalist) 2006 James Wilhoit (Semifinalist) 2007 Daniel Lincoln (Semifinalist)

>> Manning Award

Presented since 2004 to the nation’s top Division 1 FBS quarterback adjudged by the Sugar Bowl Committee to be the best in the United States. The award is named in honor of Archie Manning and his sons Peyton and Eli, each an All-America selection during their college career. 2006 Erik Ainge (Semifinalist)

>> National Coach of the Year

Awarded annually by the American Football Coaches Association, the Football Writers Association of America, Maxwell Football Club and The Sporting News. 1956 Bowden Wyatt (AFCA) 1998 Phillip Fulmer (AFCA, FWAA, Maxwell, TSN)

>> Outland Trophy

Awarded to the nation’s outstanding interior lineman (Center, Guard, Tackle) as selected by the Football Writers Association of America. The first selection was made in 1946. 1964 Steve DeLong 2000 John Henderson 2001 John Henderson (Finalist)

>> Randy Moss Return Man Award

Presented since 2006 to the nation’s top return specialist at the Division I level. The award is voted on by NCAA Sports Information Directors. 2006 Jonathan Hefney (Semifinalist)

>> Ray Guy Punting Award

Presented since 2000 by the Greater Augusta Sports Council honoring the nation’s outstanding collegiate punter. 2000 David Leaverton (Semifinalist) 2002 Dustin Colquitt (Finalist) 2003 Dustin Colquitt (Finalist) 2004 Dustin Colquitt (Semifinalist)

>> Ronnie Lott Trophy

Named for Ronnie Lott, a two time All-American for USC and College Football Hall of Fame Inductee, awarded annually to college football’s Defensive IMPACT Player of the Year. The award was established in 2004. 2007 Jonathan Hefney (Semifinalist) 2009 Eric Berry (Finalist)

>> Sullivan Award

Named for James E. Sullivan, the founder of the Amateur Athletic Union, awarded annually to the nation’s top amateur athlete. The award is based on qualities of leadership, character, sportsmanship and the ideas of amateurism. The award was established in 1930. 1998 Peyton Manning—Quarterback

>> Maxwell Award

Presented to the nation’s top college football player by the Maxwell Football Club of Philadelphia. The award was first given in 1937. 1997 Peyton Manning—Quarterback 151

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Presented annually by the Little Rock, Ark., Major Sports Association to the nation’s top college football assistant coach. The award was first given in 1996. 1998 David Cutcliffe (Off. Coordinator/QBs)

Honoring the outstanding collegiate wide receiver presented since 1994 by the Football Writers Association of America. 1996 Joey Kent (Semifinalist) 2001 Kelley Washington (Semifinalist) 2006 Robert Meachem (Semifinalist)

>> Broyles Award

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Presented to the defensive player of the year as selected by the Football Writers Association of America in conjuction with the Charlotte Touchdown Club. The first selection was made in 1993. 1998 Al Wilson (Finalist) 2000 John Henderson (Finalist) 2009 Eric Berry (Finalist)

Awarded annually to the nation’s top quarterback by the Davey O’Brien Foundation of Fort Worth, Texas, since 1977. Three finalists are chosen for the award each year. 1993 Heath Shuler (Finalist) 1995 Peyton Manning (Finalist) 1997 Peyton Manning 2006 Erik Ainge (Semifinalist)

THE VOLS

>> Bronko Nagurski Trophy

>> Davey O’Brien Award

STAFF

Presented to the assistant coach who excels in community service, commitment to the student-athlete, on-field coaching success and AFCA professional organization involvement. The award has been presented since 1997: 2006 John Chavis

OUTLOOK

POSITIONAL & COACHING AWARDS


HONORS

halls of fame & national honors Professional Halls of Fame Pro Football Hall of Fame

Canadian Football Hall of Fame

Vol Members: Doug Atkins, DE (Elected 1982) Reggie White, DT (Elected 2006)

Vol Members: Dick Huffman, DT (Elected 1987) Condredge Holloway, QB (Elected 1999) Ray Nettles, LB (Elected 2005)

Located in Canton, Ohio

college football foundation & hall of fame

Located in Hamilton, Ontario

National & regional Awards NCAA Silver Anniv. Award

Selected by NCAA honoring men who have led distinguished professional careers after illustrious college athletic careers 25 years ago. 1950-52 Andy Kozar, FB (1977) 1965-67 Bob Johnson, C (Selected 1993) 1971-74 John Trembley, Freestyle (Selected 2000)

Silver Anniv. All-America

Selected by Sports Illustrated honoring successful men who played college football 25 years ago. 1933-35 C.C. Humphreys, End (Selected 1960) 1938-40 Ed Cifers, End (Selected 1965)

All-Time Teams

All-Time All-America (FWAA)

Selected by the Football Writers Association of America for the centennial year of college football in 1969. Modern Era (1920-68) 1938-40 Bob Suffridge, Guard

Southeast Area All-Time Team (FWAA)

Selected by the Football Writers Association of America for the centennial year of college football. Early Era (1869-1919) 1906-09 Nathan Dougherty, Guard Modern Era (1920-69) 1938-40 Bob Suffridge, Guard 1929-31 Herman Hickman, Guard

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Touchdown Club of Atlanta

Originated in 1938 with the selection of the Southeast Player of the Year. Players: 1940 Bob Suffridge (Guard) 1956 Johnny Majors (Tailback) 1981 Lee North (Center) 1983 Reggie White (Def. Tackle) 1984 Bill Mayo (Offensive Guard) 1986 Dale Jones (Linebacker) 1991 Dale Carter (Defensive Back) 1997 Peyton Manning (Quarterback) 1998 Al Wilson (Linebacker) 1999 Deon Grant (Defensive Back) 2006 Arron Sears (Offensive Tackle) 2008 Eric Berry (Defensive Back) 2009 Eric Berry (Defensive Back) Coach: 1998 Phillip Fulmer

Gene McEver HB (1928-29, 31) Bristol, Va. Elected 1954

Beattie Feathers HB (1931-33) Bristol, Va. Elected 1955

Robert R. Neyland Coach (1926-52) Greenville, Texas Elected 1956

Herman Hickman G (1929-31) Johnson City Elected 1959

Bobby Dodd QB (1928-30) Kingsport Elected 1959 (Player) 1993 (Coach)

Bob Suffridge

Nathan Dougherty G (1906-09) Scott County, Va. Elected 1967

George Cafego TB (1937-39) Scarbro, W. Va. Elected 1969

Bowden Wyatt End (1936-38) Kingston Elected 1972 (Player) 1997 (Coach)

Hank Lauricella TB (1949-51) Harahan, La. Elected 1981

Doug Atkins End (1950-52) Humboldt Elected 1985

Johnny Majors

Bob Johnson C (1965-67) Cleveland Elected 1989

Ed Molinkski G (1938-40) Massillon, Ohio Elected 1990

Steve Delong G (1962-64) Norfolk, Va. Elected 1993

John Michels OG (1950-52) Philadelphia Elected 1996

Steve Kiner LB (1967-69) Tampa, Fla. Elected 1999

Reggie White

G (1938-40) Knoxville Elected 1961

TB (1954-56) Huntland Elected 1987

All-Time SEC Team (1933-82)

The All-Time SEC team for the first 50 years (1933-82) was selected by the SEC Skywriters in 1982. 1938-40 Bob Suffridge, Guard 1950-52 Doug Atkins, Tackle 1967-69 Jack Reynolds, Linebacker

Quarter Century All-SEC Team (1950-74) Selected by a poll of sports writers for the Birmingham Quarterback Club. Selections were made in December 1975. Player of the Quarter Century 1950-52 Doug Atkins, Tackle Other Team Members 1954-56 Johnny Majors, Back 1949-51 Ted Daffer, Guard 1965-67 Bob Johnson, Center 1969-71 George Hunt, Placekicker

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Doug Dickey Coach (1964-69) Vermillion, S.D. Elected 2003 (Coach)

Frank Emanuel LB (1963-65) Newport News, Va. Elected 2004

Chip Kell OG (1968-70) Decatur, Ga. Elected 2006

Joe Steffy Elected 1987 Editor’s Note: Tennessee is proud to lay partial claim to another Hall of Fame inductee. Steffy, who gained fame on some of the legendary Army teams of the 1940s, lettered as a freshman at Tennessee in 1944 before his transfer to West Point. Steffy, who came to UT from Chattanooga, passed away in May 2011.

DT (1980-83) Chattanooga Elected 2002


HALLS OF FAME & ACADEMIC AWARDS

>> Capital One Academic All-Americans

The Nasdaq presents the nation’s top scholar-athlete $5,000 in scholarship money for the school’s general scholarship fund. 1997 Peyton Manning, Quarterback, Speech Communication

The National Association of College Directors of Athletics began its postgraduate awards program in 1989-90. The award consists of a $5,000 scholarship for post-graduate studies at the institution of the honoree’s choice. Funding for the awards program is through the NACDA Foundation. 1990 Charles McRae (Football) 1998 Peyton Manning (Football)

HONORS & records VOLMANAC

>> NASDAQ Scholar-Athlete Award

>> NACDA Preseason Games Post-Graduate Scholar-Athlete Award

The NCAA annually awards 174 post-graduate scholarships to student-athletes who excel academically and athletically and who are in their last year of intercollegiate athletic competition. In addition to the 35 football honorees, the NCAA awards grants to 32 basketball players (16 each for men and women) and 107 student-athletes participating in sports other than football and basketball in which the NCAA conducts championships. 1971 Football—Don Dembo, Guard, Pre-Medicine 1971 Football—Tim Priest, Defensive Back, Pre-Medicine 1973 Baseball—Bobby Tucker, Outfielder, Business Administration 1977 Football—Mike Mauck, Defensive Back, Pre-Dental 1980 Football—Tim Irwin, Tackle, Pre-Law 1983 Track—Steve Poe, Decathlon, Liberal Arts 1988 Swimming—Mark Jechura, Freestyle, Aerospace Engineering 1993 Basketball—Lang Wiseman, Guard, Finance 1997 Football—Peyton Manning, Quarterback, Speech Communication 1999 Swimming—Adam Engle, Freestyle, Electrical Engineering 2001 Swimming—Zane DeWitz, Butterfly, Psychology 2001 Track—Joe Dickson, Steeplechase, Psychology 2003 Swimming—Greg Simpson, Freestyle, Marketing 2006 Swimming­—Tyler Gustafson, Freestyle, Logistics and Transportation 2011 Tennis—John-Patrick Smith, Economics ­ 2011 Swimming—Geoff Sanders, Freestyle, Chemical Engineering

>> The NCAA Top VIII Scholar Athlete Awards

The NCAA Today’s Top VIII, selected by the NCAA Honors Committee, recognizes distinguished student-athletes from the preceding calendar year for athletics, academic achievement, character and leadership. 1997 Peyton Manning, Quarterback, Speech Communication

>> Woody Hayes National Scholar Athlete

The Woody Hayes National Scholar Athlete Awards are presented by the University and Northwest Sertoma Club of Columbus, Ohio. Six winners are selected each year, two men and women from each of the three divisions of the NCAA. 2005 Michael Munoz, Offensive Tackle

>> American Honda Scholar-Athlete Program

The Honda Scholar-Athlete program recognizes nine NCAA Division I college football players for their outstanding performance on the field and in the classroom. American Honda donates $3,000 to the general scholarship fund of each player’s school on their behalf. Also, Honda names a ScholarAthlete of the Year and a $10,000 donation is made to the university’s general scholarship fund. 1996 Peyton Manning, Quarterback 1997 Peyton Manning, Quarterback (National Scholar-Athlete of the Year)

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Each year the SEC, in conjunction with the Alltel Corporation, provides the league’s male and female H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete Award winners with a $10,000 post-graduate scholarhip. The award recipients are chosen by a committee of Faculty Athletics Representatives from the 12 SEC institutions. The award is named for former SEC Commissioner H. Boyd McWhorter. 1985-86 John Young (Football) 1992-93 Lang Wiseman (Basketball)

Bob Johnson was named to the Academic All-America® All-Time Team announced July 1, 1997, at the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) convention in New Orleans by NBC sportscaster Dick Enberg. Johnson, a two-time All-America center for the Vols (1966-67), was also named Academic All-America in 1967. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1989 and was captain of the Vols’ 1967 SEC Championship team.

>> NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship Awards

THE VOLS

>> McWhorter Scholar-Athletes of the Year

the all-time academic

STAFF

College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) selects the Academic All-America teams. To be nominated, the student-athlete must be a starter or important reserve with at least a 3.20 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) for his career. No athlete is eligible until he has reached sophomore athletic and academic standing at his current institution. CoSIDA chooses All-District and both first and second team All-America teams. Selections below are first team unless otherwise noted. 1956 Charles Rader, Tackle, Chemistry, A 1957 Bill Johnson, Guard, Bus. Admin., B+ 1965 Mack Gentry, Tackle, Bus. Admin., B+ 1967 Bob Johnson, Center, Ind. Engr., B+ 1970 Tim Priest, Defensive Back, Pre. Law, B+ 1980 Tim Irwin, Tackle, Pre. Law, B+ 1982 Mike Terry, Defensive End, Bus. Admin., A+ 1989 Eric Still, Offensive Guard, Transportation, B+, All-America (2nd); All-District IV 1996 Jeff Hall, Place Kicker, Marketing, 3.31, All-District IV Peyton Manning, Quarterback, Speech, 3.51, All-America (2nd); All-District IV 1997 Peyton Manning, Quarterback, Sports Mgmt., 3.50 GPA All-America; All-District IV 2000 David Leaverton, Punter, Marketing, 3.53, All-District IV 2001 Will Bartholomew, Fullback, Finance, 3.53, All-District IV Will Overstreet, Defensive End, Finance, 3.46, All-America (2nd); All-District IV 2002 Michael Munoz, Offensive Tackle, Political Science, 3.61, All-District IV (2nd) 2005 Rob Smith, Offensive Guard, Sociology, Criminal Justice, 3.44 All-District IV (2nd) 2006 Erik Ainge, Quarterback, Political Science, 3.43 All-District IV (2nd) James Wilhoit, Placekicker, Sport Studies (M.S.), 3.80 All-District IV, All-America (2nd) 2007 Daniel Lincoln, Placekicker, Business Admin., 3.49 All-District IV Austin Rogers, Wide Reciever, Finance, 3.28 All-District IV 2009 Daniel Lincoln, Placekicker, Enterprise Management, 3.31 All-District (2nd) Cody Sullins, Center, Communication Studies, 4.00 All-District (2nd)

OUTLOOK

ACADEMIC HONORS

Tim Irwin (1978-80)

Former Vol was elected Judge of the Juvenile Court for Knox County in 2006. He was in NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship Award winner in 1980. 153


HONORS

ACADEMIC HONORS & scholarships >> The National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete

The National Football Foundation recognizes student-athletes each year by its awards committee to receive a post-graduate fellowship from the Foundation. Each scholar-athlete chosen will receive an $18,000 base scholarship for post-graduate study. The top scholar-athlete will receive the prestigious Draddy Award. 1959 Neyle Sollee, Fullback, Engineering 1967 Bob Johnson, Center, Engineering 1970 Don Denbo, Guard, Pre-Medicine 1976 Mike Mauck, Defensive Back, Pre-Dental 1997 Peyton Manning, Quarterback, Speech Comm. (Draddy Award) 2004 Michael Munoz, Offensive Tackle, Public Admin. (Draddy Award)

>> William V. Campbell Scholar-Athlete

The National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame honors student athletes weekly with $10,000 donated in their names to the university’s general scholarship fund. From the weekly winners the NFF chooses four finalists as top scholar athletes and each will receive an additional $25,000. One of the finalists will be presented the William V. Campbell award as the nation’s top scholar athlete as chosen by the NFF Awards Committee. 1995 Scott Galyon, Linebacker, Marketing/Education 1997 Peyton Manning, Quarterback, Speech Comm. (Draddy Award) 1999 Benson Scott, Holder, College Scholars 2004 Michael Munoz, Offensive Tackle, Public Admin. (Draddy Award)

>> AFCA Academic Achievement Awards

The American Football Coaches Association Awards have been presented annually by the Touchdown Club of Memphis to schools with a graduation rate of over 70 percent of its football team. The College Football Association presented the award from 1981-97. Tennessee won this award in 1989, 1991, 1993, 1998 and 1999.

>> AFCA Good Works Team

The American Football Coaches Association Good Works Teams honors those who show exceptional dedication to community service and to the betterment of communities in which they live. The College Football Association presented the awards from 1992-96. 1995 1996 1997 1998

Munoz received the 2004 Vincent dePaul Draddy Trophy, presented to the top scholarship athlete by the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame. Munoz was the sixth Vol to earn a NFF scholarship and joined Peyton Manning as the only Draddy winners. 154

tennessee football >>> 2011 MEDIA GUIDE

2000 2003 2006 2007

David Leaverton, P Kevin Burnett, LB James Wilhoit, PK Jerod Mayo, LB

>> Herman Hickman Scholarship

Established by UT alumni and friends in 1958 following the death of Herman Hickman, Tennessee All-America and Hall of Fame member. Hickman, who played at Tennessee from 1929-31, served as assistant coach at Wake Forest, NC State and Army before becoming head coach at Yale. This graduate scholarship is awarded to varsity athletes in the field of their choice. The recipient currently receives a minimum of $1,000 per semester. 1963-64 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1979-80 1980-81

Michael Munoz (2000-04)

Bubba Miller, C/G Peyton Manning, QB Peyton Manning, QB Jeff Hall, PK

Wayne Coleman—Football Norbert Ackermann—Football Norbert Ackermann—Football John Burpo—Baseball Roger Neiswender—Track Lee Ruch—Tennis Gary Cooper—Baseball Vic Dingus—Football Jeff Gabel—Track Jeff Gabel—Track Steve Wold—Football Don McLeary—Football David Wamer—Track Tim Priest—Football Phillip Fulmer—Football Robert Van Malder—Tennis Rick Bowers—Track Hal Bibee—Baseball David Allen—Football David Allen—Football Bill Emendorfer—Football David Allen—Football Bill Emendorfer—Football Walter Vredeveld—Swimming Scott Genther—Track Chip Linebarier—Football Chip Linebarier—Football Brent Watson—Football

1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1986-87 1989-90 1990-91 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Chip Linebarier—Football Chip Linebarier—Football Mike Adler—Baseball Bob Weldon—Swimming David Moon—Football Adam Epstein—Football Adam Epstein—Football Eric Riffer—Football Eric Riffer—Football Tony Thompson—Football Scott Fontis—Swimming Scott Fontis—Swimming Scott Fontis—Swimming Ricky Busquets—Swimming Tony Cosey—Track Russell Johnson—Track John Finlayson—Football Gabi Chereches—Swimming Gabi Chereches—Swimming Will Overstreet—Football Will Curtiss—Baseball Jake Finlayson—Football Chris Robinson—Golf C.J. Fayton—Football Jarod Parrish—Football Jarod Parrish—Football

MANNING SCHOLARS Phoebe Fogelman and Tyrel Prentiss received the 14th annual Peyton Manning Scholarship at a presentation in June. They are pictured with Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek and Peyton Manning.

>> Peyton Manning Scholarship

The University of Tennessee honors former Vol quarterback Peyton Manning each year by presenting a scholarship to a first-year student who will participate in UT’s Honors program. The scholarship is funded from gifts to the University garnered from Manning’s academic awards, the UT Athletic Department’s corporate matching grants program and other private gifts. Manning’s four-year career at UT (1994-97) produced a number of awards that generated $165,000 in scholarship funds. Among the awards were the Burger King-Vincent dePaul Draddy National Scholar Athlete of the Year, the Davey O’Brien Foundation Award and the American Honda Scholar-Athlete of the Year. The Manning Scholarship covers the costs of full tuition for a male or female student. The award is granted to a first-year student on the basis of academic achievement, leadership and community service. 1998-99 Jay Stephen Burns (Bulls Gap) 1999-2000 Rebekah Ann Capps (Nashville) 2000-01 Hampton Andrew Holcomb Jr. (Memphis) 2001-02 Kimberly Anne Campbell (Union City) 2002-03 Rachel Lauren Mathews (Knoxville) 2003-04 Bradford Andrew Russell (Charlotte, N.C.) 2004-05 Michael Austen Clapp (Greensboro, N.C.) 2005-06 Jessica Nicole Jarrell (Mosheim) 2006-07 Nora Sue Hutchison (Maynardville) 2007-08 Kara Leann Seat (Nashville) 2008-09 Elizabeth Joyce Tiller (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) 2009-10 Joseph Hunter Tipton (Maryville) 2010-11 Marianela D’Aprile (Martin) 2011-12 Phoebe Fogelman (Oak Ridge); Tyrel Prentiss (Knoxville)


ACADEMIC AWARDS

A

2010 honor roll (19)

Stockton Adkins, FB, Agriculture, 1957 Erik Ainge, QB, Political Science, 2005, 06, 07 Mikki Allen, DB, Exercise Science, 1997, 98 Murray Armstrong, E, Pre-Medicine, 1958

Tennessee has had 151 athletes named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll in the last six seasons. In three of those six years, Tennessee led the league in scholar athletes.

D

Jed Dance, LB, General Business, 1986 Stephen Darville, C, Sport Man., 2005, 06, 07, 08 Charles Davis, DB, Political Science, 1986 Kelly Days, DB, Business, 1987 Keith DeLong, LB, Business, 1987 Don Denbo, G, Pre-Medicine, 1969, 1970 Dylan Dickey, QB, Finance, 2005, 06, 07 Vic Dingus, E, Chemical Engineering, 1967, 69 Bill Duff, DT, Criminal Justice, 1994 Guillaume Dumont, OG, Biochemistry, 2002, 03 Alan Duncan, PK, Agriculture, 1979, 1980

E

Doug Edgar, WR, Mecanical Engineering, 2005, 06 Shaun Ellis, DE, Undecided, 1997 Kent Elmore, P, Finance, 1989 Justin Emert, OG, Political Science, 1996, 97, 98 Lee England, WR, Biology, 1988, 89 Adam Epstein, PK, Classics/Pre-Law, 1988 Jason Epstein, PK, Political Science, 1992

F

Dale Fair, RB, Engineering, 1974 Kris Fant, WR, Economics, 2006 Jeff Farrington, QB, Theatre, 2005 C.J. Fayton, WR, Sport Management, 2003, 05 Jake Finlayson, TE, Civil Engineering, 2004, 05

*denotes student was enrolled in a graduate-level program.

John Finlayson, TE, Econ. & Bus. 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Armandos Fisher, LB, Pre-Vet-Medicine, 1991 Jeremy Fitzgerald, RB, Agricul. Educ., 1997 Maurice Fitzgerald, DB, Business, 1998 Brent Freeman, DB, Journalism & Electronic Media, 2006,07, 08 Sammy Frogg, P, Business Admin., 1998, 99, 2000 Charles Fulton, HB, Business Admin., 1965, 67 Derrick Furlow, DB, Sport Management, 2009 Ryan Fusco, PK, Finance, 2004

G

Greg Gaines, DB, Marketing, 1978 Omar Gaither, LB, Sport Management, 2005 Scott Galyon, LB, Business Marketing, 1993, 94, 95 Richie Gandy, OT, Sport Management 2002, 04 Mack Gentry, T, Business Admin., 1965 Adam Gillem, OL, Exercise Science, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Jason Grant, DE, Finance, 1997 Ben Greene, DB, Legal Studies, 2005 Bill Grimes, WR, Sport Management, 2006 Wayne Grubb, G, Education, 1960 Nick Guess, DS, Marketing, 2009 Matt Gurdak, WR, Sport Management, 2002

H

Troy Hale, WR, University Studies, 1985, 86 Jeff Hall, PK, Marketing, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Parys Haralson, DE, Sociology, Criminal Justice, 2005 Bo Hardegree, QB, Exercise Science, 2004, 05, 06 Kyle Haren, LB, Business, 1991 Kip Hartman, WR, Exercise Science, 2000, 03 John Henderson, H, Sport Management, 2002, 03, 04 Chris Hightower, PK, Sport Management, 2000 Ryan Hill, FB, Biological Sciences, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Chris Hogue, PK, Sport Management, 1996, 97

Mark Holland, C, Human Performance, 1993 Josh Houston, WR, Logistics & Trans., 1998, 99, 2000 Chip Howard, W, Business Administration, 1972 Bill Hurst, P, Business Administration, 1997 Tom Hutton, P, Marketing, 1992, 93, 94

I

Mark Ingram, C, Sport Management, 1995, 96 Tim Irwin, T, Pre-Law, 1979, 80 Dusty Ishii, DB, Public Relations, 2001, 02, 03

J

Andre James, LB, Arts & Sciences, 1998 Mike Jester, OG, Liberal Arts, 1979 Austin Johnson, FB, Comm. Studies, 2008, 09 Bill Johnson, T, Business Administration, 1957 Bob Johnson, C, Industrial Engineering, 1966, 67 Inquoris Johnson, DB, Sports Psychology (M.S.), 2008 Eli Jones, PK, Biochemistry, 1999, 2000, 01 Stanley Jones, DB, Electrical Engr., 1986

K

Ryan Karl, LB, Exercise Science, 2005 Charles Karlosky, LB, Management, 2009 Andy Kerr, PK, Animal Science, 2001, 02, 03 Taka Koyano, K, Enterprise Management, 2008

L

Brad Lampley, OG, Broadcasting, 1995, 96, 97 Eric Lane, RB, Public Administration, 1996 Herman Lathers, LB, Sport Management, 2009 Jason Layman, OT, Psychology, 1994 David Leaverton, P, Marketing, 1997, 98, 99, 2000 Roderick Lewis, DB, Psychology, 1990 David Ligon, OG, Finance, 2005 Daniel Lincoln, PK, Business, 2007, 08, 09 Chip Linebarier, DB, Liberal Arts, 1977

N

Ralph Nelson, OT, Public Relations, 1993 Tony Nelson, DB, Social Work, 1986 Philip Newman, PK, Sport Management, 2002, 03

O

Will Ofenheusle, OG, Business, 2001 Antoine Ott-Terrell, WR, Biology, 2006 Will Overstreet, DE, Finance, 1999, 2000, 01

P

Jarod Parrish, DB, Exercise Science, 2006, 07 Pete Panuska, RB, Food Administration, 1986 Greg Phillips, T, Engineering, 1974 Scott Pfeffier, TE, Psychology, 1995 Josh Plemons, QB, Exercise Science, 1998, 99, 2000 Matt Poe, DB, Criminal Justice, 1994 Tauren Poole, TB, Sport Management, 2008, 09 Cody Pope, OG, Political Science, 2008 Jason Price, H, Marketing, 1995, 96 Peerless Price, WR, Business, 1996, 97 Tim Priest, HB, Liberal Arts, 1968, 70, 71

R

Charles Rader, T, Chemistry, 1954, 55, 56 Josh Ray, WR, Finance, 2007 Seth Reagan, P, Finance, 2000, 01, 02 Chris Regan, WR, Sport Management, 2007 Jason Respert, C, Sport Management, 2004 Nick Reveiz, LB, Enterprise Management, 2007, 08, 09 Ray Robinson, C, Industrial Engineering, 1988 Austin Rogers, WR, Finance, 2006, 07, 08, 09 Jamie Rotella, LB, Business Admn., 1972 David Rudder, QB, Pre-Dentistry, 1978

S

T

Richard Templeton, P, Finance, 1995 Mike Terry, DE, Business Admin., 1981, 82 Brent Thomas, DS, Sport Management, 2000 Brett Thomason, FB, Enterprise Management, 2008 Robert Todd, OT, Sociology, 1990, 91, 92 Josh Tucker, OG, Mechanical Engineering, 1997, 98, 99

U

Mark Upton, OT, Mechanical Engineering, 1993, 94, 95

V

Burney Veazey, QB, Economics, 1998, 99, 2000 Ian Vinson, DB, Language & World Bus./Spanish, 2003, 04, 05 Todd Vinson, TB, Arts & Sciences, 2003, 06

W

Sam Wantland, OG, History, 2003, 04, 05 Preston Warren, DB, Political Science, 1988 Brent Watson, T, Liberal Arts, 1976, 77 Ben Weisensel, OL, Business, 2006 Kevin Wendleboe, PK, Sport Management, 1990, 91 Chris West, DT, Animal Sci., Human Dev., 1996 Lance Wheaton, QB, Exercise Physiology, 1994 Steve White, DE, Psychology, 1995 James Wilhoit, PK, Speech Comm., 2003, 04, 05, 06 Robert Williams, FB, Political Science, 2004, 05 Tyler Williams, OG, Broadcasting, 2002, 03, 04 Jason Witten, TE, Sport Management, 2002 Tyler Wolf, DB, Logistics & Transportation, 2007, 08, 09 Casey Woods, WR, Psychology, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Brian Word, LB, Speech Comm., 2001, 02 Justin Wright, TB, Sport Management, 2008

XYZ

Paul Yatkowski, DT, Exercise Physiology, 1993 Kelly Ziegler, LB, Exercise Physiology, 1987

Randy Sanders, QB, Liberal Arts, 1985, 86, 87, 88

155

HONORS & records VOLMANAC

Bram Cannon, H, Arts & Sciences, 2006 Bo Campbell, RB, Business Marketing, 1995 Eric Campbell, DB, Exercise Science, 1998, 99, 2000 Josh Campbell, C, Wildlife, 1996, 1997, 98 Marcus Carr, TE, Exercise Science, 1997, 98, 99 Jon Catanzano, DB, Retail & Consumer Sci., 2004, 05 Peter Chang, DB, Marketing, 2003, 04, 05 Rick Clausen, QB, Recreation & Leisure Studies, 2005 B.J. Coleman, QB, Communication Studies, 2008 Jim Bob Cooter, QB, Sport Man., 2003, 04, 05, 06 Brad Cottam, TE, Sport Man., 2005, 07 Jeff Cottam, TE, Enterprise Man., 2006, 07, 08, 09 Geoff Courtney, WR, Sport Management, 2007 Morgan Cox, DS, Finance, 2006, 07, 08, 09 Jonathan Crompton, QB, Communications, 2007, 09 Andrew Crossley, DB, Biochemistry, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Chad Cunningham, P/PK, Sport Management, 2009

GPA Major 3.01 Finance 3.55 Sport Studies* 3.21 Sport Management 3.13 Logistics and Transportation 3.35 Management 3.08 Communication Studies 3.25 Sport Management 3.24 Sport Management 3.31 Public Administration* 3.06 Logistics and Transportation 3.05 Management 3.21 Sport Management 3.50 Sport Studies* 3.37 Management 3.56 Agriculture & Natural Resources Leadership* 3.01 Accounting 3.02 Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management 3.24 Environmental and Soil Sciences 3.70 Sport Studies*

2010 REVIEW

C

Yr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr.

Casey Mabry, DT, Broadcasting, 1999 Peyton Manning, QB, Sports Admin., 1995, 96, 97 Tyler Maples, WR, Exercise Science, 2008 T.J. Marrs, DS, Logistics: Operations, 2008 Bill Martin, DS, Agricultural Economics, 2004, 05 Craig Martin, C, Education, 1991 Joey Mathews, QB, Sociology, 1999, 2000, 01 Devin Mathis, PK, Spanish and World Business, 2008 Bruce Mattox, G, Business Administration, 1961, 62 Mike Mauck, DB, Education, 1975 Cameron Mayo, C, Sport Management, 2005, 06 Jerod Mayo, Sport Management, 2007 Kevin Mays, OG, Marketing Education, 1994 Johnny McAdams, DT, Education, 1984 Brett McBrayer, TE, Industrial Engineering, 1988 Jacques McClendon, OL, Economics, 2007, 08, 09 Tyler McCurry, DT, Arts & Sciences, 2004 Terry McDaniel, CB, Human Services, 1987 Charles McRae, OT, History, 1990 Adam Miles, DS, Journalism, 2004 Cleon Mitchell, RB, Business, 1992 David Moon, T, Finance, 1984 Steve Mugleston, LB, Public Relations, 2003 Michael Munoz, OT, Public Admin., 2002, 03, 04 Adam Myers-White, LB, Exercise Man., 2006, 07, 08 Tom Myslinski, G, Zoology/Pre-Med., 1988, 91

THE VOLS

Name Chris Cates Chad Cunningham Sam Edgmon Nick Guess Daniel Hood Austin Johnson Herman Lathers Ben Lehning Daniel Lincoln T.J. Marrs Nigel Mitchell-Thornton Tauren Poole Nick Reveiz Zach Rogers Jarrod Shaw Mandela Shaw Jake Storey Tyler Wills Tyler Wolf

Grey Barker, RB, Biology, 1994, 1995 Brett Barnes, LB, Communication Studies, 2008 Ben Bartholomew, TE, Marketing, 2009 Will Bartholomew, RB, Finance, 1998, 99, 2000, 01 John Becksvoort, PK, Liberal Arts, 1992 David Bennett, DB, Psychology, 1992 Chris Benson, WR, Industrial Engineer.,1988, 89 Bradley Blaylock, P, Sport Management, 2001 Shane Bonham, DT, Exercise Physiology, 1993 Eddie Brown, HB, Agriculture, 1973 Jake Brown,DS, Sport Management, 2007, 08 Jonathan Brown, DE, Liberal Arts, 1997 Wes Brown, DE, Communications, 2007, 09 Kevin Burnett, LB, Sport Man., 2002, 03, 04

M

David Sands, RB, Physics,1996 Craig Sanford, P, Sport Management, 1997 John Sartelle, TE, Organismal Biology, 1994 Benson Scott, H, College Scholars Program, 1996, 97, 98, 99 Brad Sharp, FB, Political Science, 2003 Kevin Shipley, TE, Journalism & Electronic Media, 2005 Heath Shuler, QB, Marketing, 1993 Nilo Silvan, WR, Liberal Arts, 1993 Daniel Slutsky, P, Exercise Science, 2008 Heath Smargiasso, DB, Biology, 1994, 95 Jeff Smith, OG, Sociology, 1993 Rob Smith, OG, Sociology, Crim. Justice, 2003, 04, 05 Thomas Stallworth, LB, Sport Mgmt., 2001 Bobby Starks, WR, Business, 1998 Eric Still, OG, General Business, 1986, 87, 88, 89 Jacob Storey, LB, Enterprise Management, 2008 Owen Sullenger, WR, Psychology, 1996 Cody Sullins, OG, Finance, 2006, 07, 08, 09 Cory Sullins, OL, Finance, 2006, 07, 08, 09

STAFF

B

Charles Longmire, WR, Physical Education, 1990 Logan Love, DB, Sport Management, 2007

OUTLOOK

SEC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL


RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS: gAME, SEASON & CAREER total offense

8. 4,472 Heath Shuler 9. 4,171 Jonathan Crompton 10. 4,068 Condredge Holloway

Plays

>> Game

1. 70 Peyton Manning vs. Florida 2. 67 Casey Clausen vs. Clemson* 3. 66 A.J. Suggs at LSU Andy Kelly vs. Notre Dame 5. 65 Andy Kelly at Florida 6. 62 Bubba Wyche at Auburn 7. 59 Andy Kelly vs. Colorado* 8. 56 Peyton Manning at Florida 9. 55 Casey Clausen vs. Florida Peyton Manning vs. So. Miss. Peyton Manning at UCLA *Neutral Site

1996 2003 2000 1990 1991 1968 1990 1997 2002 1997 1997

>> season 1.

535 Erik Ainge

1994-97

total yards >> Game

1. 508 Peyton Manning at Kentucky 1997 2. 475 Peyton Manning vs. Florida 1996 3. 417 Tony Robinson vs. UCLA 1985 4. 416 Peyton Manning vs. Northwestern* 1996 5. 409 Peyton Manning vs. So. Miss. 1997 6. 407 Andy Kelly vs. Notre Dame 1990 7. 389 Tony Robinson vs. Florida 1984 8. 386 Casey Clausen vs. Clemson* 2003 Andy Kelly at Florida 1991 10. 383 Andy Kelly vs. Auburn 1991 *Bowl Game

>> season 1. 3,789 2. 3,490 3. 3,156 4. 2,960 5. 2,933 6. 2,923 7. 2,887 8. 2,819 9. 2,748 10. 2,634

Peyton Manning Erik Ainge Peyton Manning Peyton Manning Casey Clausen Casey Clausen Erik Ainge Andy Kelly Jonathan Crompton Tee Martin

>> career

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

11,020 Peyton Manning 9,577 Casey Clausen 8,473 Erik Ainge 6,427 Andy Kelly 5,900 Jeff Francis 5,206 Tee Martin 4,807 Jimmy Streater

156

Miscellaneous >> game

Yards per Play (Min. 10 Plays) 17.5 George Canale vs. Chattanooga 1962 (10 rushes for 175 yards)

>> season

Yards per Play (Min. 100 Plays) 7.6 Hank Lauricella (162/1,233)

1951

Yards per Play (Min. 400 Plays) 7.48 Peyton Manning (422/3,156)

1996

Yards per Play (Min. 500 Plays) 7.20 Peyton Manning (526/3,789)

1997

2007

>> career 1. 1,534 Peyton Manning

1991-93 2006-09 1972-74

1997 2007 1996 1995 2001 2003 2006 1991 2009 1999

1994-97 2000-03 2004-07 1988-91 1985-88 1996-99 1976-79

>> career

Yards per Play (Min. 600 Plays) 7.18 Peyton Manning 1994-97 (1,534/11,020)

rushing

attempts >> Game 1. 41 3. 40 4. 39 6. 38 7. 37 8. 36 9. 35

Travis Stephens at Arkansas 2001 Johnnie Jones at Rutgers 1983 Arian Foster vs. Vanderbilt 2005 Montario Hardesty at Kentucky 2009 Jay Graham vs. Vanderbilt 1995 James Stewart vs. Mississippi 1991 Travis Henry vs. Florida 2000 Jamal Lewis vs. Vanderbilt 1997 Chuck Webb vs. Mississippi 1989 Hubert Simpson at Kentucky 1979

>> season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

291 282 272 253 245 237 232 229 219 209

Travis Stephens Montario Hardesty Jay Graham Travis Henry Arian Foster Reggie Cobb Jamal Lewis Johnnie Jones Tony Thompson Chuck Webb

>> career

1. 650 Arian Foster 2. 560 Montario Hardesty

tennessee football >>> 2011 MEDIA GUIDE

2001 2009 1995 2000 2007 1987 1997 1984 1990 1989

2005-08 2005-09

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

556 540 531 529 517 501 488 487

Travis Henry Jay Graham James Stewart Curt Watson Johnnie Jones Cedric Houston Travis Stephens Jamal Lewis

1997-2000 1993-96 1991-94 1969-71 1981-84 2001-04 1997-2001 1997-99

yards

>> Game

1. 294 Chuck Webb vs. Mississippi 1989 2. 250 Chuck Webb vs. Arkansas* 1989 3. 248 Tony Thompson at Mississippi St. 1990 Johnnie Jones vs. Vanderbilt 1983 5. 236 Tony Thompson at Vanderbilt 1990 6. 234 Johnnie Jones at Rutgers 1983 7. 232 Jamal Lewis vs. Georgia 1997 8. 226 Travis Stephens at Florida 2001 9. 225 Reggie Cobb vs. Auburn 1989 10. 223 Arian Foster vs. Vanderbilt 2005 *Bowl Game

>> season

1. 1,464 2. 1,438 3. 1,364 4. 1,345 5. 1,314 6. 1,290 7. 1,261 8. 1,236 9. 1,197 10. 1,193

Travis Stephens Jay Graham Jamal Lewis Montario Hardesty Travis Henry Johnnie Jones Tony Thompson Chuck Webb Reggie Cobb Arian Foster

>> career

1. 3,078 2. 2,964 3. 2,890 4. 2,852 5. 2,677 6. 2,634 7. 2,609 8. 2,391 9. 2,364 10. 2,360

Travis Henry Arian Foster James Stewart Johnnie Jones Jamal Lewis Cedric Houston Jay Graham Montario Hardesty Curt Watson Reggie Cobb

2001 1995 1997 2009 2000 1984 1990 1989 1987 2007

1997-2000 2005-08 1991-94 1981-84 1997-99 2001-04 1993-96 2005-09 1969-71 1987-89

touchdowns >> Game 1. 4 6. 3

James Stewart at Georgia 1994 Tony Thompson at Vanderbilt 1990 Hubert Simpson vs. Notre Dame 1979 Harold Payne vs. Wash. & Lee 1951 Bob Lund vs. Vanderbilt 1945 Several Last: M. Hardesty at Kentucky 2009

>> season

1. 18 2. 17 3. 16 4. 14 6. 13 9. 12

Gene McEver Reggie Cobb Tony Thompson William Howard Harold Payne Montario Hardesty Haskel Stanback Beattie Feathers Arian Foster Jay Graham Chuck Webb Jimmy Wade Beattie Feathers

>> career

1. 37 2. 35 3. 28 4. 27 6. 26 9. 25

Gene McEver James Stewart Stanley Morgan Andy Kozar Beattie Feathers Montario Hardesty Travis Henry Reggie Cobb Jay Graham Jimmy Streater

1929 1987 1990 1986 1951 2009 1972 1933 2007 1995 1989 1953 1932

1928-31 1991-94 1973-76 1950-52 1931-33 2005-09 1997-2000 1987-89 1993-96 1976-79

longest rushes

1. 99 Kelsey Finch at Florida 1977 2. 91 Dick Dodson vs. Transylvania 1927 3. 89 LaMarcus Coker vs. Marshall 2006 4. 87 LaMarcus Coker at Vanderbilt 2006 Dick Dorsey vs. Virginia Tech 1933 6. 82* Steve Wold vs. Vanderbilt 1969 7. 81 Travis Henry vs. Kansas State** 2000 Hank Lauricella vs. Tenn. Tech 1950 9. 80 Gerald Riggs Jr. vs. Auburn (SEC) 2004 Travis Stephens vs. Kentucky 2000 Tony Thompson at Mississippi St. 1990 Jimmy Streater vs. California 1977 Stanley Morgan at Kentucky 1975 Johnny Majors at Mississippi St. 1954 *Non-scoring play **Bowl Game

100-yard games >> season

1. 11 2. 7 6. 6

Jay Graham Travis Stephens Travis Henry Jamal Lewis Chuck Webb Tauren Poole Charlie Garner James Stewart Johnnie Jones Johnnie Jones

1995 2001 2000 1997 1989 2010 1993 1991 1984 1983

>> career

1. 15 2. 14 3. 13 5. 10 9. 9 10. 8

Travis Henry Jay Graham Jamal Lewis Johnnie Jones Cedric Houston Charlie Garner James Stewart Reggie Cobb Arian Foster Gerald Riggs Jr. Travis Stephens Chuck Webb Curt Watson

1997-2000 1993-96 1997-99 1981-84 2001-04 1992-93 1991-94 1987-89 2005-08 2002-05 1997-2001 1989-90 1969-71

Consecutive 100-yard games >> season 1. 9 2. 6 3. 5

Jay Graham Johnnie Jones Arian Foster Chuck Webb

1995 1984 2005 1989

ALL-PURPOSE Yards >> Game

1. 294 Chuck Webb vs. Mississippi 1989 (294 rush) 2. 273 Willie Gault at Auburn 1982 (5 rush, 174 rec, 23 KOR, 23 PR) 3. 268 Arian Foster vs. Vanderbilt 2005 (223 rush, 45 rec) Willie Gault vs. Vanderbilt 1981 (217 rec, 51 PR) 5. 264 Stanley Morgan at Hawaii 1975 (201 rush, 63 PR) 6. 256 Kelley Washington vs. LSU 2001 (256 rec) 7. 253 Tony Thompson at Mississippi St. 1990 (248 rush, 5 rec) 8. 250 Chuck Webb vs. Arkansas* 1989 (250 rush) 9. 248 Johnnie Jones vs. Vanderbilt 1983 (248 rush) 10. 247 Jamal Lewis vs. Georgia 1997 (232 rush, 15 rec) *Bowl Game

>> season

1. 1,721 2. 1,650 3. 1,647 4. 1,639 5. 1,633

Reggie Cobb (1,197 rush, 198 rec, 326 KOR) Arian Foster (1,193 rush, 340 rec, 117 KOR) Montario Hardesty (1,345 rush, 302 rec) Jamal Lewis (1,364 rush, 275 rec) Travis Stephens (1,464 rush, 169 rec)

1987 2007 2009 1997 2001


TENNESSEE INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Jay Graham 1995 (1,438 rush, 160 rec) Stanley Morgan 1974 (723 rush, 234 rec, 375 KOR, 255 PR) Willie Gault 1981 (16 rush, 479 rec, 606 KOR, 381 PR) Charlie Garner 1993 (1,161 rush, 81 rec, 139 KOR) Travis Henry 2000 (1,314 rush, 65 rec)

>> career

Yards per Attempt (Min. 8 atts.) 18.2 LaMarcus Coker vs. Marshall (8/146) Consecutive Attempts 16 William Howard at Mississippi

2006

1996-99

passing

attempts >> Game

1. 65 Peyton Manning vs. Florida 2. 60 Andy Kelly vs. Notre Dame 3. 59 A.J. Suggs at LSU (OT) 4. 56 Andy Kelly at Florida 5. 55 Casey Clausen vs. Clemson* Andy Kelly vs. Colorado* 7. 53 Peyton Manning vs. So. Miss. 8. 51 Peyton Manning at Florida 9. 47 Erik Ainge at California Casey Clausen at Auburn *Neutral Site

1996 1990 2000 1991 2003 1990 1997 1997 2007 2003

>> season 1. 519 2. 477 3. 412 4. 384 5. 380 7. 361 8. 354 9. 348 10. 314

Erik Ainge Peyton Manning Casey Clausen Jonathan Crompton Peyton Manning Peyton Manning Andy Kelly Casey Clausen Erik Ainge Jeff Francis

2007 1997 2003 2009 1996 1995 1991 2001 2006 1988

>> career 1986

>> season

Yards per Attempt (Min. 65 atts.) 7.9 Hank Lauricella (111/881) 1951 Consecutive Games with Rushing TD 7 Most recent: Arian Foster (10 TDs) 2007 Three Times Consecutive 100-yard Games 9 Most recent: Arian Foster (10 TDs) 2007 Three Times Touchdowns by Quarterback 11 Heath Shuler

Touchdowns by Quarterback 16 Tee Martin

1992

1. 1,381 2. 1,270 3. 1,210 4. 846 5. 768 6. 629 7. 588 8. 568 9. 513 10. 498

Peyton Manning Casey Clausen Erik Ainge Andy Kelly Jeff Francis Jonathan Crompton Tee Martin Alan Cockrell Heath Shuler Bobby Scott

1994-97 2000-03 2004-07 1988-91 1985-88 2006-09 1996-99 1981-83 1991-93 1968-70

completions >> Game 1. 37 3. 35

A.J. Suggs at LSU (OT) Peyton Manning vs. Florida Peyton Manning vs. So. Miss. Peyton Manning at Arkansas Andy Kelly vs. Notre Dame

2000 1996 1997 1995 1990

Erik Ainge Peyton Manning Peyton Manning Peyton Manning Erik Ainge Casey Clausen Andy Kelly Casey Clausen Jonathan Crompton Casey Clausen

>> career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

863 775 733 514 476 348 326 317 316 258

Peyton Manning Casey Clausen Erik Ainge Andy Kelly Jeff Francis Jonathan Crompton Tee Martin Alan Cockrell Heath Shuler Dewey Warren

2007 1997 1995 1996 2006 2003 1991 2001 2009 2002

1994-97 2000-03 2004-07 1988-91 1985-88 2006-09 1996-99 1981-83 1991-93 1965-67

Tee Martin vs. Alabama/at USC Erik Ainge vs. Air Force Jeff Francis vs. Indiana* Casey Clausen vs. Kentucky Peyton Manning at Kentucky Heath Shuler vs. Louisville

1998 2006 1987 2000 1997 1993

yards

>> Game

1. 523 Peyton Manning at Kentucky 1997 2. 492 Peyton Manning vs. Florida 1996 3. 408 Peyton Manning vs. Northwestern* 1996 4. 399 Peyton Manning vs. So. Miss. 1997 Andy Kelly vs. Notre Dame 1990 6. 397 Erik Ainge at Kentucky (OT) 2007 7. 393 Casey Clausen vs. Michigan* 2001 8. 392 Andy Kelly at Florida 1991 1985 9. 387 Tony Robinson vs. UCLA 10. 385 Bobby Scott vs. Florida 1970 Peyton Manning at Georgia 1996 *Bowl Game

>> season

1. 2. 3. 4.

3,819 3,522 3,287 2,989

Peyton Manning Erik Ainge Peyton Manning Erik Ainge

1. 11,201 Peyton Manning 2. 9,707 Casey Clausen 3. 8,700 Erik Ainge 4. 6,397 Andy Kelly 5. 5,867 Jeff Francis 6. 4,592 Tee Martin 7. 4,187 Jonathan Crompton 8. 4,088 Heath Shuler 9. 3,823 Alan Cockrell 10. 3,433 Jimmy Streater

2001 2003 1995 2009 1991 1993

1994-97 2000-03 2004-07 1988-91 1985-88 1996-99 2006-09 1991-93 1981-83 1976-79

touchdowns

consecutive completions 1. 24 2. 15 3. 13 5. 12 6. 11

Casey Clausen Casey Clausen Peyton Manning Jonathan Crompton Andy Kelly Heath Shuler

>> career

>> season 1. 325 2. 287 3. 244 4. 243 5. 233 7. 228 8. 227 9. 224 10. 194

5. 2,969 6. 2,968 7. 2,954 8. 2,800 9. 2,759 10. 2,353

1997 2007 1996 2006

>> Game

1. 7 2. 5

Erik Ainge at Kentucky (OT) 2007 Tyler Bray at Memphis 2010 Jonathan Crompton vs. Memphis 2009 Jonathan Crompton vs. WKU 2009 Casey Clausen vs. Mississippi St. 2003 Casey Clausen vs. Memphis 2001 Casey Clausen vs. Arkansas 2000 Peyton Manning at Kentucky 1997 Peyton Manning vs. Texas Tech 1997 Heath Shuler at Florida 1993 Andy Kelly vs. Kentucky 1990

>> season

1. 36 2. 31 3. 27 5. 25 6. 22 8. 20 9. 19

Peyton Manning Erik Ainge Jonathan Crompton Casey Clausen Heath Shuler Casey Clausen Peyton Manning Peyton Manning Erik Ainge Tee Martin

>> career

1. 89 2. 75 3. 72 4. 36 7. 32 9. 31 10. 27

Peyton Manning Casey Clausen Erik Ainge Jonathan Crompton Heath Shuler Andy Kelly Tee Martin Bobby Scott Jeff Francis Dewey Warren

1997 2007 2009 2003 1993 2001 1995 1996 2006 1998

1994-97 2000-03 2004-07 2006-09 1991-93 1988-91 1996-99 1968-70 1985-88 1965-67

longest pass plays 1. 90

Casey Clausen to Mark Jones 2003 vs. Georgia

2. 87 Andy Kelly to Carl Pickens 1991 vs. Auburn 3. 85 Alan Cockrell to Clyde Duncan 1983 vs. Vanderbilt Jimmy Streater to Anthony Hancock 1979 vs. Vanderbilt 5. 84 Erik Ainge to Robert Meachem 2006 at Memphis Andy Kelly to Anthony Morgan 1989 vs. Arkansas* *Bowl Game

consecutive games throwing td pass 1. 18 2. 13 3. 12 4. 11 6. 10

Heath Shuler 10/17/1992-1/1/94 Tony Robinson 9/29/1984-10/12/85 Casey Clausen 11/3/2001-10/5/02 Erik Ainge 9/5/2004-9/15/05 Peyton Manning 1/1-11/23/1996 Andy Kelly 11/10/1990-10/12/91

consecutive attempts without an int 1. 143 2. 142 3. 136 4. 132 5. 118 6. 106

Casey Clausen Jonathan Crompton Erik Ainge Peyton Manning Erik Ainge Nick Stephens Daryl Dickey

2003 2009 2006 1995 2007 2008 1985

most yards in a half

1. 308 Tyler Bray at Memphis 2010 2. 305 Jonathan Crompton vs. Memphis 2009 3. 285 Peyton Manning vs. Northwestern* 1996 3. 282 Bobby Scott vs. Florida 1970 5. 278 Peyton Manning at Kentucky 1997 Jeff Francis at Alabama 1987 * Bowl game

wins by a starting qb 1. 39 2. 34 3. 27 4. 24 5. 23 6. 22 7. 20 9. 19

Peyton Manning Casey Clausen Erik Ainge Andy Kelly Condredge Holloway Tee Martin Jeff Francis Bobby Scott Heath Shuler Dewey Warren

1994-97 2000-03 2004-07 1988-91 1972-74 1996-99 1985-88 1968-70 1991-93 1965-67

Miscellaneous >> game

Interceptions 4 Erik Ainge vs. Auburn Peyton Manning vs. Florida Jeff Francis at Alabama Bobby Scott at Auburn

2004 1996 1987 1970

157

HONORS & records VOLMANAC

Miscellaneous >> game

Consecutive Games with Rushing TD 8 Jimmy Wade (11 TDs) 10/24/53-9/25/54

1991 1990 2007 2003 1997 1996

2010 REVIEW

Stanley Morgan 1973-76 (1,952 rush, 1,075 rec, 883 KOR, 732 PR) Willie Gault 1979-82 (40 rush, 1,482 rec, 1,854 KOR, 659 PR) Arian Foster 2005-08 (2,964 rush, 742 rec, 174 KOR) James Stewart 1991-94 (2,890 rush, 463 rec) Travis Henry 1997-2000 (3,078 rush, 98 rec) Jamal Lewis 1997-99 (2,677 rush, 484 rec) Johnnie Jones 1981-84 (2,852 rush, 220 rec) Reggie Cobb 1987-89 (2,360 rush, 360 rec, 326 KOR) Cedric Houston 2001-04 (2,634 rush, 369 rec) Peerless Price 1995-98 (127 rush, 2,289 rec, 480 KOR, 4 PR)

Yards per Attempt (Min. 250 atts.) 6.67 Charlie Garner (313/2,089) 1992-93

6. 33 Andy Kelly at Florida Andy Kelly vs. Colorado* 8. 32 Erik Ainge at California 9. 31 Casey Clausen vs. Clemson* Peyton Manning vs. Georgia Peyton Manning at Georgia *Neutral Site

THE VOLS

1. 4,642 2. 4,035 3. 3,880 4. 3,353 5. 3,176 6. 3,161 7. 3,072 8. 3,046 9. 3,003 10. 2,900

>> career

OUTLOOK STAFF

6. 1,598 7. 1,587 8. 1,482 9. 1,381 10. 1,379


RECORDS Completion Percentage (Min. 10 atts.) 95.8 Tee Martin at South Carolina 1998 (23 of 24)

>> season

Interceptions 16 Jimmy Streater

1979

Consecutive Attempts Without INT 143 Casey Clausen 2003 Completion Percentage (Min. 100 atts.) 64.9 Daryl Dickey (85/131) 1985 Completion Percentage (Min. 200 atts.) 64.6 Heath Shuler (184/285) 1993 Completion Percentage (Min. 300 atts.) 67.0 Erik Ainge (233/348) 2006 Completion Percentage (Min. 400 atts.) 62.6 Erik Ainge (325/519) 2007

>> career

Interceptions 38 Andy Kelly

1988-91

Consecutive Games Throwing TD Pass 18 Heath Shuler 10/17/92-1/1/1994 Completion Percentage (Min. 100 atts.) 63.0 Daryl Dickey (102/162) 1981-85 Completion Percentage (Min. 400 atts.) 62.5 Peyton Manning (863/1,381) 1994-97

receiving catches >> Game

1. 13 Joey Kent at Arkansas 1995 Carl Pickens vs. Notre Dame 1990 3. 12 David Martin at LSU 2000 Alvin Harper vs. Wash. State 1988 5. 11 Kelley Washington vs. LSU 2001 Jeremaine Copeland vs. So. Miss. 1997 Thomas Woods vs. Kentucky 1988 Anthony Hancock vs. Wisconsin* 1981 Larry Seivers vs. Clemson 1976 Gary Kreis at Kentucky 1969 Johnny Mills at Auburn 1966 *Bowl Game

>> season 1. 2. 3. 4.

76 73 71 69

158

Marcus Nash Lucas Taylor Robert Meachem Joey Kent

5. 68 6. 64 7. 62 8. 61 9. 58

Joey Kent Kelley Washington Cedrick Wilson Peerless Price Jeremaine Copeland Thomas Woods

>> career

1. 183 2. 177 3. 159 4. 147 5. 142 6. 126 7. 125 8. 124 9. 123 10. 117

Joey Kent Marcus Nash Cedrick Wilson Peerless Price Gerald Jones Jayson Swain Robert Meachem Thomas Woods Tim McGee Larry Seivers

1996 2001 2000 1998 1997 1988

1993-96 1994-97 1997-2000 1995-98 2007-10 2003-06 2004-06 1986-89 1982-85 1973-76

yards

>> Game

1. 256 Kelley Washington vs. LSU 2001 2. 228 Denarius Moore at South Carolina 2010 3. 225 Johnny Mills vs. Kentucky 1966 4. 217 Willie Gault vs. Vanderbilt 1981 5. 205 Denarius Moore vs. Kentucky 2010 6. 201 Carl Pickens vs. Kentucky 1990 Stanley Morgan vs. TCU 1976 8. 199 Peerless Price vs. FSU* 1998 9. 197 Kelley Washington vs. Rutgers 2002 10. 196 Anthony Hancock vs. Wisconsin* 1981 *Bowl Game

>> season

1. 1,298 2. 1,170 3. 1,080 4. 1,055 5. 1,010 6. 1,000 7. 981 8. 947 9. 920 10. 917

Robert Meachem Marcus Nash Joey Kent Joey Kent Kelley Washington Lucas Taylor Denarius Moore Tim McGee Peerless Price Carl Pickens

>> career

1. 2,814 2. 2,447 3. 2,298 4. 2,140 5. 2,137 6. 2,042 7. 2,004 8. 1,924 9. 1,875 10. 1,826

Joey Kent Marcus Nash Peerless Price Robert Meachem Cedrick Wilson Tim McGee Denarius Moore Larry Seivers Carl Pickens Anthony Hancock

1977 2007 2006 1995

tennessee football >>> 2011 MEDIA GUIDE

2006 1997 1996 1995 2001 2007 2010 1985 1998 1990

1993-96 1994-97 1995-98 2004-06 1997-2000 1982-85 2007-10 1973-76 1989-91 1978-81

touchdowns >> Game 1. 3

Chris Hannon vs. Mississippi St. Donte’ Stallworth at Kentucky Donte’ Stallworth vs. Memphis Cedrick Wilson vs. Arkansas Marcus Nash at Kentucky Billy Williams at Florida Carl Pickens vs. Kentucky Jim Powell at Mississippi

>> season 1. 13 2. 12 3. 11 5. 10 7. 9 10. 8

Marcus Nash Cedrick Wilson Robert Meachem Cory Fleming Donte’ Stallworth Peerless Price Denarius Moore Jermaine Copeland Joey Kent Alvin Harper Cotton Letner

>> career

1. 25 2. 24 3. 20 4. 19 5. 18 7. 17 8. 16 9. 15 10. 14

Joey Kent Cedrick Wilson Marcus Nash Peerless Price Denarius Moore Cory Fleming Robert Meachem Alvin Harper Tim McGee Bret Smith

2003 2001 2001 2000 1997 1993 1990 1946

1. 7 3. 6 5. 5 6. 4

Marcus Nash Joey Kent Robert Meachem Joey Kent Tim McGee Lucas Taylor Donte’ Stallworth Peerless Price Carl Pickens Larry Seivers

>> career

1. 15 2. 11 3. 8 5. 7 7. 6

Joey Kent Marcus Nash Peerless Price Tim McGee Robert Meachem Larry Seivers Kelley Washington Donte’ Stallworth Cedrick Wilson Carl Pickens

>> season

Consecutive Games with TD Reception 6 Joey Kent (8 TDs) 1995 Cory Fleming (9 TDs) 1993 Receptions By Tight End 41 Chris Brown

1997 2000 2006 1993 2001 1998 2010 1997 1995 1990 1959

1993-96 1997-2000 1994-97 1995-98 2007-10 1990-93 2004-06 1987-90 1982-85 2003-06

100-yard games >> season

Miscellaneous

1997 1996 2006 1995 1985 2007 2001 1998 1990 1975

1993-96 1994-97 1995-98 1982-85 2004-06 1973-76 2001-02 1999-2001 1997-2000 1989-91

2007

Yards by TIght End 493 Jason Witten

2002

Touchdowns by TIght End 7 Austin Denney

1966

>> career

Receptions By Tight End 98 Reggie Harper

1977-80

Yards by TIght End 1,141 Reggie Harper

1977-80

Touchdowns by TIght End 9 Ken DeLong Austin Denney

1967-69 1965-66

most points >> Game

Gene McEver vs. So. Carolina 1929 (5 TD) Jamal Lewis at Kentucky 1997 (4 TD) James Stewart at Georgia 1994 (4 TD) Tony Thompson at Vanderbilt 1990 (4 TD) Hubert Simpson vs. Notre Dame 1979 (4 TD) Herky Payne vs. Wash. & Lee 1951 (4 TD) Bob Lund vs. Vanderbilt 1945 (4 TD) Alex Walls vs. Wyoming 2002 (4 FG, 5 PAT) Fuad Reveiz vs. Memphis St. 1982 (5 FG, 2 PAT) Alan Duncan vs. Kentucky 1978 (5 FG, 2 PAT)

>> season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

>> career

1. 371 2. 325 3. 317 4. 314 5. 292 6. 287 7. 276 8. 236 9. 234 10. 203

Jeff Hall (61 FG, 188 PAT) 1995-98 James WIlhoit (59 FG, 148 PAT) 2003-06 John Becksvoort (52 FG, 161 PAT) 1991-94 Fuad Reveiz (71 FG, 101 PAT) 1981-84 Alex Walls (53 FG, 133 PAT) 1997-2002 Daniel Lincoln (51 FG, 134 PAT) 2007-10 Gene McEver (44 TD, 12 PAT) 1928-31 Stanley Morgan (39 TD, 1 PAT) 1973-76 James Stewart (39 TD) 1991-94 George Hunt (32 FG, 107 PAT) 1969-71

Miscellaneous >> season

scoring 1. 30 2. 24 8. 17

7. 101 Fuad Reveiz (27 FG, 20 PAT) 1982 8. 96 James WIlhoit (18 FG, 42 PAT) 2006 Tony Thompson (16 TD) 1990 10. 95 Jeff Hall (16 FG, 47 PAT) 1997 Jeff Hall (16 FG, 47 PAT) 1995 * John Becksvoort (12 FG, 59 PAT) 1993 *SEC Scoring Champion +NCAA Scoring Champion

130+ Gene McEver (21 TD, 4 PAT) 1929 120* Reggie Cobb (20 TD) 1987 115 Daniel Lincoln (21 FG, 52 PAT) 2007 107 Greg Burke (19 FG, 50 PAT) 1990 104* Jeff Hall (19 FG, 47 PAT) 1998 102* Carlos Reveiz (24 FG, 30 PAT) 1985

Touchdowns 21+ Gene McEver +NCAA Champion

1929

Two-Point Conversions Attempted 3 Condredge Holloway 1974 Condredge Holloway 1973 Hal Wantland 1964 Two-Point Conversions Made Alvin Harper 2 Thomas Woods Kenny Jones Mike Gayles Tommy West Larry Seivers Condredge Holloway Bobby Morton

1987 1987 1982 1975 1974 1974 1973 1962

>> career

Touchdowns 44 Gene McEver

1928-31

Consecutive Games with TD 11 Travis Stephens 11/4/00-11/3/01 (12 rush, 1 rec) Two-Point Conversions Attempted 8 Condredge Holloway 1972-74 Two-Point Conversions Made 3 Condredge Holloway 1972-74 Bobby Morton 1960-63


TENNESSEE INDIVIDUAL RECORDS field goal percentage

>> Game

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

field goals Attempted 1.

6

Alan Duncan vs. Kentucky

>> season

Fuad Reveiz Daniel Lincoln Greg Burke Carlos Reveiz Fuad Reveiz Jeff Hall James Wilhoit Jeff Hall Fuad Reveiz James Wilhoit

>> career 95 89 82 75 74 68 61 49 47 45

Fuad Reveiz Jeff Hall James Wilhoit John Becksvoort Daniel Lincoln Alex Walls Ricky Townsend George Hunt Carlos Reveiz Alan Duncan

1981-84 1995-98 2003-06 1991-94 2007-10 1999-2002 1972-74 1969-71 1984-86 1978-80

>> Game 1. 5

Alex Walls vs. Florida Fuad Reveiz vs. Kentucky Fuad Reveiz vs. Memphis St. Alan Duncan vs. Kentucky

>> season 1. 27 2. 24 3. 21 4. 20 5. 19 7. 18 9. 17

Fuad Reveiz Carlos Reveiz Daniel Lincoln Fuad Reveiz Jeff Hall Greg Burke James Wilhoit Alex Walls James Wilhoit Fuad Reveiz

>> career 1. 71 2. 61 3. 59 4. 53 5. 52 6. 51 7. 34 8. 33 9. 32

Fuad Reveiz Jeff Hall James Wilhoit Alex Walls John Becksvoort Daniel Lincoln Carlos Reveiz Ricky Townsend Greg Burke George Hunt

2000 1982 1982 1978

1982 1985 2007 1984 1998 1990 2006 2000 2003 1983

1981-84 1995-98 2003-06 1999-2002 1991-94 2007-10 1984-86 1972-74 1989-90 1969-71

1993 2010 2000 1982 1984 1989 1985 2006 1971 1998

2007

>> career

Point-After-Touchdowns Attempted 194 Jeff Hall 1995-98

Alex Walls (53-68) 1999-2002 Fuad Reveiz (71-95) 1981-84 Greg Burke (32-44) 1989-90 Carlos Reveiz (34-47) 1984-86 James Wilhoit (59-82) 2003-06 John Becksvoort (52-75) 1991-94 Daniel Lincoln (51-74) 2007-10 Alan Duncan (31-45) 1978-80 Jeff Hall (61-89) 1995-98 George Hunt (32-49) 1969-71

longest field goals

1. 60 2. 57 3. 55 6. 54 8. 53

Field Goals Made by Freshman 21 Daniel Lincoln

Field Goals Percentage by Freshman (Min. 5 Made) .727 Alex Walls 1999

>> career (min. 25 made) 1. .779 2. .747 3. .727 4. .723 5. .720 6. .693 7. .689 9. .685 10. .653

1984

Fuad Reveiz at Georgia Tech 1982 Jimmy Gaylor at Kentucky 1977 Carlos Reveiz vs. Georgia Tech 1985 Fuad Reveiz vs. Kentucky 1982 Alan Duncan at Georgia Tech 1980 Fuad Reveiz vs. Memphis St. 1982 Karl Kremser vs. Alabama 1968 Jeff Hall vs. Oklahoma St. 1995 John Becksvoort vs. Arkansas 1992 Carlos Reveiz vs. Texas-El Paso 1986 Alan Duncan vs. Duke 1978

Point-After-Touchdowns Made 188 Jeff Hall 1995-98 Percentage PATs Made (Min. 100 atts.) 100.0 John Becksvoort (161/161) 1991-94 Consecutive PATs Made 161 John Becksvoort

punting

most punts >> Game 1. 14 2. 13 3. 12 4. 11

>> season

Craig Colquitt vs. Kentucky Herman Weaver vs. Georgia Hal Littleford vs. North Carolina Jimmy Colquitt at Kentucky Neil Clabo at Auburn Neil Clabo vs. Auburn

1976 1968 1948 1983 1974 1973

>> season 1.

Miscellaneous

1991-94

79

Craig Colquitt

1975

>> career 1.

240 Dustin Colquitt

2001-04

punting average

Point-After-Touchdowns Made 59 John Becksvoort

1. 53.0 Jimmy Colquitt vs. Auburn 1983 Jimmy Colquitt at LSU 1982 3. 52.3 Chris Hogue vs. Nebraska* 1997 4. 52.0 Craig Colquitt vs. Oregon St. 1977 5. 51.7 Dustin Colquitt vs. So. Carolina 2003 6. 51.6 Tom Hutton vs. UCLA 1991 7. 51.0 Jimmy Colquitt vs. Georgia Tech 1981 *Bowl Game

1993

Percentage PATs Made (Min. 35 atts.) 100.0 John Becksvoort (59/59) 1993 Greg Burke (50/50) 1990 James Wilhoit (41/41) 2003 John Becksvoort (39/39) 1994 Alex Walls (39/39) 2001 Alex Walls (39/39) 2000 Greg Burke (36/36) 1989 John Becksvoort (35/35) 1992

>> Game (min. 5 punts)

>> season (min. 40 punts) 1. 2. 3. 4.

46.9 45.3 45.0 44.9

Jimmy Colquitt (46/2,156) Dustin Colquitt (68/3,081) Craig Colquitt (66/2,969) Britton Colquitt (46/2,066)

>> career

1. 43.9 Jimmy Colquitt (201/8,816) 1981-84 2. 42.569 Britton Colquitt (209/8,897) 2005-08 3. 42.566 Dustin Colquitt (240/10,216) 2001-04 4. 42.5 Craig Colquitt (204/8,662) 1975-77 5. 42.3 Ron Widby (142/6,002) 1964-66 6. 42.2 Kent Elmore (86/3,631) 1986-88 7. 41.7 Neil Clabo (179/7,468) 1972-74 8. 40.7 Tom Hutton (180/7,329) 1991-94 9. 40.63 David Leaverton (180/7,313) 1997-2000 10. 40.59 Bob Garmon (133/5,398) 1984-87

longest punts

1. 100* A.H. Douglas vs. Clemson 1902 2. 81 Kent Elmore vs. Vanderbilt 1988 3. 79 Johnny Butler at Alabama 1940 Ed Palmer at Alabama 1934 5. 78 Chris Hogue vs. Nebraska** 1997 Neil Clabo at Kentucky 1973 7. 76 Hank Lauricella at Alabama 1951 Beattie Feathers vs. Florida 1933 9. 75 Hank Lauricella vs. Mississippi 1950 10. 74 Joey Chapman vs. Pacific 1990 Bill Majors at Auburn 1958 Bobby Gordon at Vanderbilt 1956 *Field was 110 yards long **Bowl Game

Miscellaneous >> season

Yards 3,183 Craig Colquitt

1982 2003 1977 2006

1975

>> career

Yards 10,216 Dustin Colquitt

Point-After-Touchdowns Attempted 59 John Becksvoort 1993

1988 1981 1966 2002 1973 2008

2001-04

punt returns most returns >> Game 1. 7

Dennis Rogan at So. Carolina Eric Parker vs. Syracuse Eric Parker vs. Vanderbilt Terry Fair vs. Auburn (SEC) Terry Fair at Vanderbilt Eddie Brown vs. Wake Forest Bobby Majors at So. Carolina Bobby Majors at Georgia

2008 2001 1999 1997 1996 1972 1970 1969

Jerry Smith at Auburn

1964

>> season 1. 42 3. 38 4. 37 5. 36 6. 35 7. 31 9. 30

Eddie Brown Bobby Majors Bobby Majors Bobby Majors Hal Littleford Eric Parker Willie Gault Eddie Brown Shawn Summers

>> career

1. 117 2. 103 3. 84 4. 79 5. 78 6. 74 9. 67 10. 60

Bobby Majors Eric Parker Shawn Summers Hal Littleford Willie Gault Stanley Morgan Eddie Brown Jerry Smith Jonathan Hefney Thomas Woods

1972 1971 1970 1969 1948 2000 1981 1973 1992

1969-71 1998-2001 1992-95 1947-49 1979-82 1973-76 1971-73 1964-66 2004-07 1986-89

return yards >> Game 1.

157 Terry Fair vs. Auburn (SEC)

>> season

1. 457 2. 448 3. 437 4. 429 5. 400 6. 387 7. 381 9. 375 10. 359

Bobby Majors Hal Littleford Bobby Majors Eddie Brown Terry Fair Eric Parker Dale Carter Willie Gault Stanley Morgan Eddie Brown

>> career

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,163 Bobby Majors 942 Shawn Summers 920 Eric Parker 883 George Cafego 880 Hal Littleford 852 Stanley Morgan 808 Bert Rechichar 788 Eddie Brown 745 Terry Fair 659 Willie Gault

1997

1969 1948 1971 1972 1996 1999 1990 1981 1974 1973

1969-71 1992-95 1998-2001 1937-39 1947-49 1973-76 1949-51 1971-73 1994-97 1979-82

return average

>> season (min. 10 returns)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

25.9+ Bill Blackstock 20.4+ Walter Slater 18.1 Nilo Silvan 17.6 George Canale 17.5 Bert Rechichar 15.1 Mark Jones

1951 1941 1994 1960 1950 2003

159

HONORS & records VOLMANAC

field goals made

John Becksvoort (12-13) Daniel Lincoln (10-11) Alex Walls (18-20) Fuad Reveiz (27-31) Fuad Reveiz (20-23) Greg Burke (13-15) Carlos Reveiz (24-28) James Wilhoit (18-22) George Hunt (12-15) Jeff Hall (19-24)

5. 44.3 Kent Elmore (41/1,818) 6. 43.8 Jimmy Colquitt (58/2,543) 7. 43.8+ Ron Widby (48/2,104) 8. 43.6 Dustin Colquitt (65/2,833) Neil Clabo (56/2,439) 10. 43.4 Britton Colquitt (42/1,821) + NCAA statistical champion

2010 REVIEW

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1982 2007 1990 1985 1983 1995 2003 1998 1984 2006

.923 .909 .900 .871 .870 .867 .857 .818 .800 .792

Consecutive Field Goals Made 18 Fuad Reveiz

THE VOLS

1. 31 2. 29 4. 28 5. 26 6. 25 7. 24 9. 23 10. 22

1978

>> season (min. 10 made)

OUTLOOK STAFF

kicking


RECORDS + NCAA statistical champion

>> career (min. 30 returns) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

14.7 14.1 13.2 12.4 12.2

Burt Rechichar Terry Fair Bobby Brengle George Canale Johnny Majors

1949-51 1994-97 1952-54 1960-62 1954-56

4. 49 5. 44 7. 41 8. 37 10. 35

David Oku Dennis Rogan Dale Carter Gary Moore Stanley Morgan Anthony Morgan Carl Pickens

2009-10 2007-09 1990-91 1977-79 1973-76 1988-90 1989-91

return yards

touchdowns

>> Game

>> Game

1.

1. 1 Several

207 LaMarcus Coker at Florida

2007

>> SEASON

>> season 1. 2

Terry Fair Stanley Morgan Eddie Brown Bobby Majors Bobby Majors

1996 1975 1973 1971 1969

>> career 1.

4

Bobby Majors

1969-71

longest returns 1. 100 2. 95 3. 90 4. 89 5. 86 8. 85

Burt Rechichar vs. Wash. & Lee 1950 Jimmy Elmore vs. Carson-Newman 1926 Harold Payne vs. Duke 1949 Roland James vs. Vanderbilt 1979 Terry Fair vs. Arkansas 1996 Terry Fair vs. UCLA 1996 Bill Bone vs. Emory & Henry 1924 Eddie Brown vs. Georgia 1973 George Canale vs. North Carolina 1960 Buist Warren at Mississippi Alan Duncan vs. Duke 1978

KICKOFF returns >> Game 7

Willie Gault at Southern Cal

>> season 1. 33 2. 28 4. 27 7. 26 9. 25 10. 24

David Oku Dennis Rogan Willie Gault Dale Carter Ronald Davis Leonard Scott Carl Pickens Corey Larkins Leonard Scott Willie Gault Anthony Miller Anthony Morgan

1. 2. 3.

Willie Gault Leonard Scott Corey Larkins

>> career 78 77 63

160

863 698 662 636 623 611 606 594 580 579

David Oku Dennis Rogan Willie Gault Leonard Scott Dale Carter Corey Larkins Willie Gault Carl Pickens Anthony Morgan Ronald Davis

>> CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,854 Willie Gault 1,788 Leonard Scott 1,307 Corey Larkins 1,175 David Oku 1,133 Dennis Rogan 1,130 Dale Carter 996 Gary Moore 862 Anthony Morgan 777 Carl Pickens 763 Stanley Morgan

2009 2008 1980 2000 1991 2002 1981 1989 1988 1992

1979-82 1999-2002 2001-04 2009-10 2007-09 1990-91 1977-79 1988-90 1989-91 1973-76

return average

1981

2009 2008 1981 1991 1992 2000 1989 2002 2001 1980 1986 1988

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1990 1983 2007 1993 1998

28.2 25.8 25.7 24.7 24.3 24.1

Mallon Faircloth Dennis Rogan Dale Carter LaMarcus Coker Gary Moore Billy Williams

1961-63 2007-09 1990-91 2006-07 1977-79 1993-94

touchdowns >> Game

1. 1 Several

>> season 1.

1979-82 1999-2002 2001-04

29.82 Dale Carter 29.80 Randall Morris 29.5 Dennis Rogan 28.4 Billy Williams 27.8 Peerless Price

>> career (min. 20 returns) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

3

Willie Gault

>> career 1.

4

Willie Gault

tennessee football >>> 2011 MEDIA GUIDE

1. 100 Leonard Scott vs. Georgia 1999 Peerless Price vs. Alabama 1998 Pete Panuska vs. Maryland* 1984 Willie Gault vs. Pittsburgh 1980 5. 98 Gene McEver at Alabama 1928 Henry Krouse at North Carolina 1934 Gary Moore vs. Auburn 1979 8. 96 Willie Gault at LSU 1982 9. 94 Buddy Hackman vs. Wash. & Lee 1928 Mallon Faircloth vs. Chattanooga 1963 Willie Gault at Vanderbilt 1980 *Bowl Game

total kick returns most returns >> Game 1.

10

Willie Gault at Memphis St.

1981

>> season 1.

59

Willie Gault

1981

>> career

>> season (min. 10 returns)

most returns 1.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

longest returns

1980 1979-82

1.

156 Willie Gault

1979-82

return yards >> Game 1.

210 Dale Carter vs. Kentucky

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

987 888 863 765 764 760 694 682 655 640

>> season

Willie Gault (381 PR, 606 KR) Dale Carter (381 PR, 507 KR) David Oku (863 KR) Willie Gault (103 PR, 662 KR) Dale Carter (141 PR, 623 KR) Dennis Rogan (62 PR, 698 KR) Willie Gault (145 PR, 549 KR) Bobby Majors (437 PR, 245 KR) Corey Larkins (44 PR, 611 KR) Carl Pickens (46 PR, 594 KR)

>> career

1. 2,513 2. 1,788 3. 1,652 4. 1,615 5. 1,530 6. 1,308 8. 1,307 9. 1,274

1990

Willie Gault (659 PR, 1,854 KR) Leonard Scott (1,788 KR) Dale Carter (522 PR, 1,130 KR) Stanley Morgan (852 PR, 763 KR) Bobby Majors (1,163 PR, 367 KR) Dennis Rogan (227 PR, 1,081 KR) Shawn Summers (942 PR, 366 KR) Corey Larkins (1,307 KR) George Cafego (883 PR, 391 KR)

1981 1990 2009 1980 1991 2008 1982 1971 2002 1989

1979-82 1999-2002 1990-91 1973-76 1969-71 2007-09 1992-95 2001-04 1937-39

10. 1,190 Hal Littleford (880 PR, 310 KR)

1947-49

>> career

defensive totals total tackles >> Game 1. 28 25 5. 24 8. 23 9. 22

Tom Fisher at Auburn Greg Jones vs. Vanderbilt Greg Jones vs. Alabama Andy Spiva vs. Vanderbilt Kelly Ziegler at Boston College Lemont Holt Jeffers vs. Auburn Andy Spiva vs. Kentucky Keith DeLong vs. Alabama Andy Spiva vs. Florida Ray Nettles at Alabama

Andy Spiva Jamie Rotella Steve Poole Ray Nettles Carl Zander Andy Spiva Tom Fisher Russ Williams Andy Spiva Keith DeLong

>> career

1. 547 2. 413 3. 407 4. 377 5. 358 6. 355 7. 353 8. 350 10. 349

Andy Spiva Jamie Rotella Earnest Fields Greg Jones Craig Puki Jim Noonan Kelly Ziegler Rico McCoy Dale Jones Steve Poole

1964 1977 1976 1975 1987 1981 1976 1988 1976 1971

1976 1972 1974 1971 1984 1975 1964 1975 1974 1988

1973-76 1970-72 1987-91 1974-77 1975-79 1976-80 1983-87 2006-09 1983-86 1973-75

Solo tackles >> Game 1. 21 2. 19 4. 18 5. 17 7. 16

Tom Fisher at Auburn Keith DeLong vs. Alabama Greg Jones vs. Vanderbilt Darryl Hardy at Alabama Kelly Ziegler at Boston College Greg Jones vs. Alabama Lemont Holt Jeffers at Alabama

>> season

1. 134 2. 118 3. 117 4. 111 6. 110 7. 108

Andy Spiva Tom Fisher Keith DeLong Russ Williams Steve Poole Greg Jones Andy Spiva Ray Nettles

1. 354 2. 269 3. 258 4. 254 5. 241 6. 239 7. 233 9. 232 10. 227

Andy Spiva Jamie Rotella Earnest Fields Kelly Ziegler Jim Noonan Craig Puki Keith DeLong Dale Jones Jamie Rotella Jonathan Hefney Darryl Hardy

1964 1988 1977 1989 1987 1976 1981

1976 1964 1988 1975 1974 1976 1974 1971

1973 1977 1973-76 1970-72 1987-91 1983-87 1976-80 1975-79 1985-88 1983-86 1970-72 2004-07 1988-91

Assisted tackles >> Game

>> season

1. 194 2. 190 3. 182 4. 174 5. 167 6. 165 8. 163 10. 159

9. 105 Art Reynolds 10. 104 Jim Noonan

1. 13 5. 12

Lavoisier Fisher at Auburn Alvin Toles vs. Mississippi Carl Zander vs. Pittsburgh Danny Jenkins vs. California Mike Cofer at Georgia

>> season

1. 90 2. 76 3. 71 4. 70 5. 67 6. 66 7. 65

Jamie Rotella Carl Johnson Steve Poole Bobby Majors David Campbell Ray Nettles John Wagster Carl Zander Andy Spiva

>> career

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

193 181 163 149 147 138 131 126 121 120

Andy Spiva Jamie Rotella Rico McCoy Earnest Fields Carl Zander John Wagster Steve Poole Russ Williams Ronnie McCartney Lemont Holt Jeffers

1984 1983 1983 1977 1981

1972 1972 1974 1971 1973 1971 1971 1984 1975 1973-76 1970-72 2006-09 1987-91 1981-84 1970-72 1973-75 1974-77 1973-75 1978-81

total tackles for loss >> season 1. 25 2. 24 3. 21 5. 19.5 6. 18.5

Leonard Little (11 sacks, 14 TFL) Reggie White (15 sacks, 9 TFL) John Henderson (12 sacks, 9 TFL) Todd Kelly (11 sacks, 10 TFL) Shaun Ellis (8.5 sacks, 11 TFL) Jesse Mahelona (5 sacks, 13.5 TFL)

1995 1983 2000 1992 1999 2004


TENNESSEE INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Anthony Sessions (9.5 sacks, 8 TFL) Steve White (9 sacks, 7 TFL) James Wilson (7.5 sacks, 8 TFL)

2000 1995 1993

>> career

Leonard Little 1995-97 (28 sacks, 25 TFL) Reggie White 1980-83 (32 sacks, 19 TFL) Eric Westmoreland 1996, 98-2000 (6 sacks, 34 TFL) Dale Jones 1983-86 (15.5 sacks, 24 TFL) John Henderson 1998-2001 (20.5 sacks, 18 TFL) Todd Kelly 1989-92 (22.5 sacks, 14 TFL)

>> Game

Reggie White Jonathan Brown John Henderson Leonard Little Todd Kelly Ronnie McCartney

>> career 1. 32 2. 28 3. 25 4. 22.5 5. 21 6. 20.5 8. 20

Reggie White Leonard Little Jonathan Brown Todd Kelly Parys Haralson John Henderson James Wilson Steve White

>> career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

49 44 42 38 33 32 31

Will Overstreet Parys Haralson Leonard Little Corey Terry Darwin Walker Shaun Ellis Albert Haynesworth

2004 1995 2001 1995 2002 2000 1995

1998-2001 2002-05 1995-97 1996-98 1997-99 1997-99 1999-2001

1983 2006 2003 2000 1999 1999 1999 1998 1996 1996 1992 1991 1985 1976 1974

1983 1997 2000 1995 1992 1975

>> Game 1. 3

1. 10 Bobby Majors 2. 9 Deon Grant Chris White+ Tim Priest Bill Young J.W. Sherrill 7. 7 Eric Berry Roland James Conrad Graham Tim Priest Mike Jones Bert Rechichar +NCAA Statistical Champion

>> career 1980-83 1995-97 1994-97 1989-92 2002-05 1998-2001 1989-93 1992-95

1. 18 2. 16 3. 15 5. 14 7. 13 10. 12

Tim Priest Mike Jones Conrad Graham Bill Young Eric Berry Deon Grant DeRon Jenkins Charles Davis Bobby Majors Dwayne Goodrich Terry Fair

>> career

1. 494+ Eric Berry 2. 305 Tim Priest Mike Jones 4. 293 Conrad Graham 5. 281 Jackie Walker 6. 246 Deon Grant 7. 244 Eddie Brown 8. 236 Bobby Majors +SEC Record

2008 2007 1970 1970 1985

>> Game 1999 1988 1985 1970 1968 1967 1949 1948

1970 1999 1985 1970 1968 1949 2008 1978 1972 1969 1967 1950

1968-70 1967-69 1970-72 1966-69 2007-09 1997-99 1992-95 1983-86 1969-71 1996-99 1994-97

1. 1 Several

>> season 1. 3 2. 2

Prentiss Waggner Preston Warren Jackie Walker Jackie Walker Jim Cartwright Bud Sherrod

2010 1988 1971 1970 1959 1949

>> career 1.

5

Jackie Walker

1969-71

longest INT Returns 1. 100 Ray Martin vs. Louisville 2. 99 Morris Vowell at Sewanee 3. 96 Eric Berry at Florida Art Reynolds at Memphis St. 5. 90 Shaun Ellis at Auburn Roland James vs. Mississippi 7. 84 Roger Urbano vs. Maryland 8. 83 Danny Jeffries vs. South Carolina 9. 79 Charles Vaughan vs. Vanderbilt 10. 78 Jabari Greer vs. Kansas State* *Bowl Game

1953 1916 2007 1972 1998 1978 1956 1971 1933 2000

forced fumbles >> Game

1. 3 2. 2

1. 7 2. 5

Andy Spiva Rico McCoy Corey Terry Al Wilson Dale Jones Danny Spradlin Steve Davis

>> career 2007-09 1968-70 1967-69 1970-72 1969-71 1997-99 1971-73 1969-71

int Touchdown Returns

Deon Grant vs. Auburn Preston Warren vs. Boston Col. Chris White vs. UCLA Tim Priest vs. Alabama Bill Young at Rice Albert Dorsey at Alabama J.W. Sherrill at Kentucky Bob Lund vs. North Carolina

>> season

1. 265+ Eric Berry 2. 222 Eric Berry 3. 177 Bobby Majors 4. 174 Tim Priest 5. 168 Chris White +SEC Record

>> season

Al Wilson vs. Florida DeAngelo Willingham vs. So. Carolina Parys Haralson at Kentucky Brandon Johnson vs. UNLV Billy Ratliff at Alabama Leonard Little at Mississippi Armandos Fisher vs. So. Carolina Darrin Miller at Alabama Charles Benton vs. Memphis St. Carlton Peoples vs. Duke

1998 2007 2005 2004 1997 1996 1993 1985 1984 1982

1. 14 2. 11 3. 10

Andy Spiva Dale Jones Shon Walker Jim Noonan Russ Williams

1975 2009 1998 1998 1985 1980 1979

1973-76 1983-86 1988-91 1976-80 1974-77

recovered fumbles >> game 1. 2

Eric Westmoreland vs. Wyoming 1999 Raynoch Thompson at Florida 1998 John Emery vs. South Carolina 1993 Jason Parker vs. Georgia 1993 Jason Parker vs. Kentucky 1992 Reggie McKenzie vs. Memphis St. 1984 Greg Gaines vs. Virginia 1980 Greg Jones at Memphis St. 1976 Eddy Powers at Mississippi 1975 Randy Verner vs. Utah 1975 Nick Carmichael at Kentucky 1973 Jackie Walker at Kentucky 1971

>> season 1. 5 2. 4

Greg Gaines Dwayne Goodrich Scott Galyon DeRon Jenkins Jeremy Lincoln Earnest Fields Brian Ingram Danny Jenkins Conrad Graham

>> career 1. 8 3. 7 4. 6

Scott Galyon Conrad Graham Greg Jones Dwayne Goodrich Leonard Little Jason Parker Earnest Fields Jeremy Lincoln Bill Bates Chris Wampler Brian Ingram Greg Gaines

1980 1996 1994 1993 1990 1990 1979 1977 1970

1992-95 1970-72 1974-77 1996-99 1995-97 1992-96 1987-91 1987-90 1979-82 1979-82 1977-81 1978-80

longest fumble return for td

1. 107* John Caldwell at Sewanee 2. 96 Darrin Miller vs. Iowa** 3. 87 Carl Johnson at Kentucky 4. 81 Julian Battle at Notre Dame 5. 76 Conrad Graham vs. Penn State 6. 75 Clarence McCollum vs. UNC *Field was 110 yards long. **Kickoff Classic V

1905 1987 1981 2001 1971 1908

passes defended (since 1976) >> season 1. 17 3. 15 5. 14 8. 13

Jonathan Wade (13 PBU, 4 INT) 2006 Deon Grant (8 PBU, 9 INT) 1999 Gibril Wilson (12 PBU, 3 INT) 2003 Jabari Greer (14 PBU, 1 INT) 2002 Roshaun Fellows (11 PBU, 3 INT) 2004 Rashad Baker (10 PBU, 4 INT) 2001 Terry Fair (9 PBU, 5 INT) 1997 Eric Berry (6 PBU, 7 INT) 2008 Jason Allen (11 PBU, 2 INT) 2003 Jabari Greer (12 PBU, 1 INT) 2001

>> career 1. 35 2. 34 4. 32 6. 31 7. 30 8. 28 9. 25 10. 24

Jabari Greer (33 PBU, 2 INT) Dwayne Goodrich (22 PBU, 12 INT) Preston Warren (26 PBU, 8 INT) Jonathan Hefney (22 PBU, 10 INT) Rashad Baker (21 PBU, 11 INT) Eric Berry (17 PBU, 14 INT) Terry Fair (19 PBU, 11 INT) Deon Grant (14 PBU, 14 INT) Jonathan Wade (19 PBU, 6 INT) Andre Lott (22 PBU, 2 INT)

2000-03 1996-99 1987-90 2004-07 2000-03 2007-09 1994-97 1997-99 2002-06 1998-2001

161

HONORS & records VOLMANAC

1. 15 2. 13.5 3. 12 4. 11 6. 10

Parys Haralson Steve White Albert Haynesworth Leonard Little Omari Hand Will Overstreet Shane Burton

interceptions

1. 4 Reggie White vs. Citadel* 2. 3 Jerod Mayo vs. California Kevin Simon vs. Marshall Eric Westmoreland vs. Kentucky John Henderson at Kentucky Shaun Ellis vs. Wyoming Darwin Walker vs. Wyoming Corey Terry at Syracuse Leonard Little at South Carolina Leonard Little at Mississippi Shane Bonham vs. Arkansas Chuck Smith at Louisville Mark Hovanic at Florida Dennis Wolfe vs. TCU David Page vs. Clemson *Neutral SIte

>> season

1. 21 3. 20 4. 18 5. 17

>> season

2010 REVIEW

SACKS

>> season

int Return yardage

THE VOLS

1. 53 2. 51 3. 40 4. 39.5 5. 38.5 6. 36.5

quarterback pressures (From 1995)

OUTLOOK STAFF

7. 17.5 8. 16 9. 15.5


RECORDS

team offensive RECORDS: gAME (from 1944) & SEASON (from 1937) total offense

scoring

kickoff returns

Plays—95, vs. Mississippi State 1991 Yards—695, at Kentucky 1997 Yards per Play—10.9, vs. Kentucky (54/590), 2000

Points—70, vs. La.-Monroe 2000 Points, Quarter—35, vs. Arkansas 2000 Points, Half—49, vs. La.-Monroe 2000 Points by Kicking— 17 vs. Wyoming 2002 (4-4 FG, 5-5 PAT); vs. Memphis St. 1982 (5-5 FG, 2-2 PAT); vs. Kentucky 1978 (5-6 FG, 2-2 PAT) Touchdowns—10 vs. La.-Monroe 2000; vs. Tennessee Tech 1951 Point-After-Touchdowns Made—10, vs. La.-Monroe 2000 Two-Point Conversions Made—2 at LSU 2000; at UCLA 1994; at Alabama 1987; vs. Alabama 1982; vs. Clemson 1974 Field Goals Made—5 vs. Florida 2000; vs. Kentucky 1982; vs. Memphis State 1982; Kentucky 1978

Returns—9, at Florida 2007; at Alabama 1987 Yards—260, at Florida 2007 (9 returns)

game

season

Plays—993 in 2007 Yards —5,794 in 1997 Yards per Play—6.9 in 1993 Yards per Game—482.8 in 1997

rushing game

Attempts—75, vs. Kentucky 1980 Yards—513, vs. Washington & Lee 1951 Yards per Attempt—10.7, vs. Tenn. Tech (44/469), 1951 Touchdowns—8, vs. Washington & Lee 1951

season

Attempts—593 in 1976 Yards—3,068 in 1951 Yards per Attempt—5.9 in 1993 Touchdowns—40 in 1951 Yards per Game—306.8 in 1951

passing game

Attempts—65, vs. Florida 1996 Completions—37, vs. Florida 1996; at LSU 2000 Consecutive Completions—*23, at So. Carolina 1998 Interceptions—5, vs. Duke 1949; vs. Auburn 2004 Completion Percentage (Min. 10 atts.) *96.0, at South Carolina 1998 (24 of 25); (Min. 40 atts.) 77.5, vs. Georgia 1997 (31 of 40) Yards—545, at Kentucky 1997 Touchdowns—7, at Kentucky 2007

season

Attempts—534 in 2007 Completions—333 in 2007 Consecutive Completions—*24 in 1998 Interceptions—20 in 1979 Fewest Interceptions—4 in 1992 and 1995 Completion Percentage—65.0 in 1993 (208 of 320) Yards—3,981 in 1997 Touchdowns—37 in 1997 Yards per Game—331.8 in 1997

162

game (from 1937)

game

season

Returns—60 in 2007 Yards—1,462 in 2007

Miscellaneous >> Game

Points—471 in 1993 Points per Game—42.8 in 1993 (471 in 11 games) Touchdowns—62 in 1993 Field Goals Made—27 in 1982 Point-After-Touchdowns Made—59 in 1993 Consecutive Point-After-Touchdowns Made 168 from Sept. 28, 1991, to Sept. 16, 1995) Two-Point Conversions Attempted—8 in 1974 Two-Point Conversions Made—5 in 1974

First Downs—35, vs. Georgia 1997 First Downs, Rushing—24, vs. Wofford 1952 First Downs, Passing—21 vs. Southern Mississippi 1997; vs. Florida 1996 Time of Possession—42:11, vs. Kentucky 1980 Penalties—15, at Florida 1999 Penalty Yards—155, at Miss. St. 1954 (12 penalties) Fewest Penalties—0, vs. LSU 2007; at Miss. St. 1990 Fewest Penalty Yards—0, vs. LSU 2007 at Miss. St. 1990 Fumbles—8 vs. Florida 2002; at Kentucky 1981; at Mississippi 1977; at Mississippi 1975; vs. Santa Barbara 1971; vs. Chattanooga 1949; at Alabama 1949 Fumbles Lost—6 vs. Santa Barbara 1971; at Alabama 1963

punting

>> season

season

game

Punts—14 vs. Kentucky 1976; vs. Georgia 1968; vs. Alabama 1944 Yards—627, vs. Georgia 1968 Average (Min. 5)—53.0 (all 5 for 265 yards) vs. Auburn 1983 ; at LSU 1982; at Vanderbilt 1956

season

Punts—139 in 1937 Punts per Game—*13.9 in 1937 (139 in 10 games) Average—45.1 in 1982

punt returns game

Returns—10, vs. Tennessee Tech 1947 Yards—192, vs. Chattanooga 1951

season

Returns—68 in 1939 and 1940 Yards—974 in 1940

tennessee football >>> 2011 MEDIA GUIDE

First Downs—300 in 1997 First Downs, Rushing—150 in 1987 First Downs, Passing—177 in 1997 Penalties—95 in 2002 Penalty Yards—884 in 2003 Fumbles—50 in 1977 Fumbles Lost—31 in 1971 Fewest Fumbles—13 in 1990 and 2004 Fewest Fumbles Lost—3 in 1990

individual career games played Games Played—52 Denarius Moore 2007-10; Luke Stocker 2007-10 Dustin Colquitt 2001-04 Games Played (Position Player)—52 Denarius Moore 2007-10; Luke Stocker 2007-10 Games Started—51, Dustin Colquitt 2001-04 Games Started (Position Player)—50 Jonathan Hefney 2004-07 (51 games played) Consecutive Games Started—50 Jonathan Hefney, 2004-07; Jeff Hall 1995-98 Wins as Starting Quarterback—39 Peyton Manning 1994-97 (45 games)

largest margin overcome to win game

25 — UT vs. Vanderbilt, Nov. 28, 1987 (trailed 28-3 in 2nd qtr., won 38-36) 24 — UT at Notre Dame, Nov. 9, 1991 (trailed 31-7 in 2nd qtr., won 35-34) 21 — UT at Kentucky, Nov. 17, 2001 (trailed 21-0 in 2nd qtr., won 38-35) 21 — UT at LSU, Sept. 26, 2005 (trailed 21-0 in 3rd qtr., won 30-27 ot) 18 — UT vs. Arkansas, Nov. 14, 1998 (trailed 21-3 in 2nd qtr., won 28-24)

second half

21 — UT at LSU, Sept. 26, 2005 (trailed 21-0 in 3rd qtr., won 30-27 ot) 17 — UT at Notre Dame, Nov. 9, 1991 (trailed 31-14 in 3rd qtr., won 35-34) 16 — UT vs. Virginia, Jan. 1, 1991, Sugar Bowl (trailed 16-0 in 3rd qtr., won 23-22) 15 — UT at Kentucky, Nov. 18, 1995 (trailed 24-9 in 3rd qtr., won 34-31)

fourth quarter

17 — UT at LSU, Sept. 26, 2005 (trailed 24-7, won 30-27 ot) 15 — UT vs. Vanderbilt, Nov. 17, 2007 (trailed 24-9, won 25-24) 14 — UT vs. Alabama, Oct. 20, 1984 (trailed 27-13, won 28-27) *14 — UT vs. Colorado, Aug. 26, 1990, Pigskin Classic (trailed 31-17, tied 31-31)

largest lead relinquished in loss game

21 — UT vs. Maryland, Dec. 22, 1984, Sun Bowl (led 21-0 in 3rd qtr., lost 28-27) *19 — UT at Auburn, Sept. 29, 1990 (led 19-0 in 2nd qtr., tied 26-26) *16 — Tennessee vs. UCLA, Sept. 14, 1985 (led 26-10 in 4th qtr., tied 26-26) 16 — UT at Florida, Sept. 16, 1995 (led 30-14 in 2nd qtr., lost 62-37) 15 — UT vs. Georgia, Sept. 6, 1980 (led 15-0 in 3rd qtr., lost 16-15)

second half

21 — UT vs. Maryland, Dec. 22, 1984, Sun Bowl (led 21-0 in 3rd qtr., lost 28-27) *17 — UT at Auburn, Sept. 29, 1990 (led 26-9 in 4th qtr., tied 26-26) *16 — UT vs. UCLA, Sept. 14, 1985 (led 26-10 in 4th qtr., tied 26-26) 15 — UT vs. Georgia, Sept. 6, 1980 (led 15-0 in 3rd qtr., lost 16-15)

fourth quarter

*17 — UT at Auburn, Sept. 29, 1990 (led 26-9, tied 26-26) *16 — UT vs. UCLA, Sept. 14, 1985 (led 26-10, tied 26-26) 14 — UT vs. Army, Oct. 11, 1986 (led 21-7, lost 25-21) * Tie game.


TENNESSEE TEAM RECORDS

rushing game

season

pass defense Fewest Attempts Allowed—*0 vs. Georgia Tech 1977 Fewest Completions Allowed—0 vs. Georgia Tech 1977 (0 atts.); at Vanderbilt 1952 (6 atts.); at Mississippi State 1950 (1 att.) Lowest Comp. Percentage Allowed (Min. 10 atts.)—15.4 vs. Chattanooga 1947 (2 of 13) Fewest Yards Allowed—Minus-3 vs. Kentucky 1946 (1 comp.)

season

Fewest Attempts Allowed—109 in 1937 Fewest Completions Allowed—44 in 1937 Lowest Comp. Percentage Allowed—37.9 in 1952 Fewest Yards Allowed—392 in 1939 Fewest Touchdowns Allowed—0 in 1939 Lowest Yards per Game Allowed—39.2 in 1939 Most Sacks—50 in 2000 Most Passes Broken Up—72 in 2001 Most Quarterback Pressures—108 in 1998

total defense game

Fewest Plays Allowed—33 at Vanderbilt 1946 Fewest Yards Allowed—13 at Vanderbilt 1952 Fewest Yards per Play Allowed—0.3 at Vanderbilt 1952 (43 for 13 yards)

game

Interceptions—8 vs. Alabama 1970 Yards—214 vs. South Carolina 1971 (5 int.) Touchdowns—2 vs. Hawaii 1972; vs. Penn State 1971; vs. South Carolina 1971; vs. Florida 1970

season

Interceptions—36 in 1970 Yards—*782 in 1971 Average per Return—*31.3 in 1971 (25 for 782) Touchdowns—*7 in 1971

punting game

Punts Forced—15 at Duke 1946 Lowest Average (Min. 5)—24.8 vs. Chattanooga 1946 (8 for 198 yards) Punts Blocked—2 vs. La.-Monroe 2000; vs. Kentucky 1986

season

Punts Forced—123 in 1940 Lowest Average—32.9 in 1940 & 1961 Most Punts Blocked—6 in 1940 & 1949

punt returns season

Lowest Average Allowed—3.67 in 2004

kick returns season

Lowest Average Allowed—13.6 in 1950

miscellaneous game

Defensive Extra Point—97-yard return at Mississippi 1990 (Floyd Miley) Fewest First Downs Allowed—2 vs. Wofford 1952; at Vanderbilt 1946; vs. Kentucky 1946 Fumbles Forced—9 vs. Mississippi State 1955; vs. Kentucky 1950 Fumbles Recovered—8 vs. Kentucky 1950 Field Goals Blocked—2 at Alabama 2003; at Notre Dame 1991 Punt Blocked—2 vs. La.-Monroe 2000; vs. Kentucky 1986 Sacks—13 vs. Wyoming 1999

29-1950 25-1954 24-1979, 1952 23- 1980, 1955, 1951 22-1985, 1953 21- 1990, 1971, 1970, 1956 19- 1998, 1969, 1968, 1949, 1948 18- 1977, 1974, 1961 17- 1982, 1975, 1962, 1959 16- 1994, 1993, 1960, 1958 15- 1996, 1991, 1972, 1963 14- 2009, 2000, 1976 13- 2002, 1992, 1966, 1964, 1947 12- 2004, 1987, 1984, 1981, 1973, 1957, 1946 11- 2005, 1997, 1967, 1965 10- 2010, 2001, 1988 9- 2007 8- 1989 7- 2003, 1999, 1995 6- 1978 5- 1983 4- 2006, 1986 3- 2008 forced fumbles

29- 1979 27- 1980 24- 1975 23- 1998 22- 1997, 1976, 1971 20- 1994 19- 1990 18- 2009, 1985 17- 2005 16- 1995, 1992, 1977 15- 2004, 1982, 1981, 1972 14- 1996, 1993, 1991, 1974 13- 2002, 1970 12- 2000 11- 2007, 2003, 2001, 1999, 1989, 1987, 1984 10- 1973 9-2010

season

8- 1988, 1978 6- 2008, 1986 3- 1983 interceptions

36- 1970 30- 1969 28- 1967 26- 1949 25- 1971 24- 1990 23- 1968, 1950 22- 1985 21- 1999, 1972 20- 1951 19- 966, 1965, 1946 18- 2010, 1993, 1979 17- 2008, 1975 16- 2007, 2006, 2004, 1998, 1995, 1982, 1976, 1962, 1954, 1953 15- 2003, 1989, 1973 14- 1996, 1987, 1981, 1978, 1956, 1955 13- 1997, 1991, 1986, 1960, 1959 12- 2002, 2001, 1980, 1963, 1961, 1948 11- 1992, 1988, 1984, 1974, 1947 10- 2009, 1977 9- 2005, 2000, 1994, 1983, 1964, 1952 7- 1958 6- 1957 pass breakups

72- 2001 66- 2003, 2002 64- 2000 60- 1998, 1987 57- 2005, 1999 56- 1997 55- 1990 53- 1989 51- 1995 50- 2007

Fewest First Downs Allowed—55 in 1945 (7 games) Fewest First Downs per Game Allowed—6.0 in 1939 (60 in 10 games) Opponent Penalties—92 in 2004 Opponent Penalty Yards—759 in 1988 Opponent Fumbles—48 in 1940; 1953 Fumbles Forced—29 (1979) Fumbles Recovered—28 in 1950 Punts Blocked—6 1940 & 1949 Turnovers Forced—*57 in 1970 (36 int., 21 fumbles) Turnover margin—Plus-1.916 in 1990 (Plus-23 in 12 games)

46- 1993 45- 2009, 2004 44- 1996 43- 2010 42- 2006 37- 1994 36- 2008 35- 1985 33- 1991 32- 1988 29- 1977 25- 1978 22- 1992 21- 1984 20- 1986 19- 1983 16- 1979, 1976 11- 1982 9- 1981 6- 1980 tackles for loss

(Sacks not included) 83- 1996 74- 1998 71- 2006 69- 1976 68- 1999 64- 2003, 2000 59- 2004 58- 1995 57- 1993 56- 2008 55- 1997 54- 2005, 1992 52- 2010, 2007, 1994 51- 2002, 2990 50- 2009, 2001 48- 1991 46- 1975 45- 1983 41- 1970 39- 1989, 1971 36- 1980 35- 1982 33- 1981 31- 1973, 1972

29- 1988 27- 1974 25- 1987 23- 1984 22- 1986 21- 1985 quarterback sacks

50- 2000 47- 1997 42- 1999, 1995 40- 1992 39- 1991 38- 1993, 1970 34- 2001 33- 2005, 2004 31- 1998 30- 1996, 1994, 1990, 1983 29- 2002 28- 2003 26- 2010, 1979, 1973 25- 1987, 1985, 1971 24- 2007, 1989 23- 2008, 1974 22- 1981 21- 2009, 1986, 1978 18- 1972 17- 2006, 1977 16- 1982, 1980, 1975 14- 1988, 1984, 1976

HONORS & records VOLMANAC

game

interceptions

fumble recoveries

2010 REVIEW

Fewest Attempts Allowed—231 in 1945 (7 games); 338 in 2000 (11 games) Fewest Yards Allowed—385 in 1945 Fewest Touchdowns Allowed—0 in 1939 Lowest Yards per Attempt Allowed—1.7 in 1945 Lowest Yards per Game Allowed—55.0 in 1945

Fewest Plays Allowed—368 in 1945 Fewest Yards Allowed—1,023 in 1939 Fewest Yards per Play Allowed—2.2 in 1939 Fewest Yards per Game Allowed—102.3 in 1939

THE VOLS

Fewest Attempts Allowed—14 at Georgia 1994 Fewest Yards Allowed—Minus-15 vs. Auburn 1997; Minus13 vs. Florida 1998; Minus-9 vs. Wofford 1952; Minus-8 at Citadel 1983; Minus-6 vs. Tennessee Tech 1947; Minus-1 at Memphis State 1992 Fewest Yards per Attempt Allowed—Minus-0.71 vs. Auburn 1997 (21 for minus-15); Minus-0.43 vs. Florida 1998 (30 for minus-13); Minus-0.38 vs. Wofford 1952 (24 for minus-9); Minus-0.30 at Citadel 1983 (27 for minus-8); Minus-0.24 vs. Tennessee Tech 1947 (25 for minus-6); Minus-0.04 at Memphis State 1992 (28 for minus-1); Minus-0.03 at Vanderbilt 1996 (30 for minus-1)

season

OUTLOOK STAFF

team defensive RECORDS: gAME (from 1946) & SEASON (from 1937)

qB pressures

108- 1998 98- 1997 84- 2000, 1995 80- 2004, 2001 79- 1999 76- 1996 63- 2005 62- 2003 57- 2006 53- 2002 49- 2008 44- 2010 37- 2009 33- 2007

Tackles for Loss—114 in 2000 (64 TFLs, 50 sacks) Tackles for Loss (Excluding Sacks)—83 in 1996 Sacks—50 in 2000 Passes Broken Up—72 in 2001 Quarterback Pressures—108 in 1998

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Tennessee offense: year-by-year 1st Total Total Rush Rush Rush Pass Pass Pass Pass Punt Punt KO Year G Downs Off. Points Att. Yds. TD Cmp. Att. Yds. Pct. TD Int. Punts Avg. Ret. Yds. Ret. Yds. 1950 11 148 3,289 335 -- 2,710 31 39 106 579 36.8 11 10 70 35.9 561 -1951 10 159 3,685 373 533 3,068 40 41 96 617 42.7 11 9 52 34.6 800 320 1952 10 153 2,809 259 544 2,318 25 33 85 491 38.8 11 6 68 35.2 505 253 1953 11 139 2,812 240 472 2,202 27 34 83 610 41.0 7 10 67 32.6 470 506 1954 10 104 2,308 105 452 2,035 11 25 86 273 29.1 3 16 65 37.4 408 415 1955 10 134 2,622 188 458 1,941 18 46 96 681 47.9 9 8 59 38.9 368 446 1956 10 151 3,093 286 454 2,273 30 54 100 820 54.0 7 6 64 40.5 266 322 1957 10 119 2,044 161 478 1,664 18 32 74 380 43.2 2 9 67 39.3 383 478 1958 10 77 1,340 77 384 854 7 46 87 486 52.9 3 5 94 37.3 166 544 1959 10 101 1,640 112 420 1,168 9 40 77 472 51.9 3 8 85 37.8 414 466 1960 10 106 2,248 209 398 1,806 17 36 85 442 42.4 7 8 63 40.3 444 554 1961 10 128 2,452 221 436 1,832 15 42 84 620 50.0 10 4 53 35.3 284 608 1962 10 129 2,490 179 407 1,687 14 52 133 804 39.1 8 9 58 41.8 294 564 1963 10 138 2,807 168 449 1,987 15 52 149 820 34.9 7 10 58 34.7 374 570 1964 10 85 1,520 80 377 839 6 53 115 681 46.1 2 8 77 39.8 256 463 1965 10 137 2,548 193 447 1,535 16 73 141 1,013 51.8 7 9 63 37.8 277 332 1966 10 183 3,245 222 429 1,431 10 143 247 1,814 52.0 19 8 49 43.4 229 352 1967 10 196 3,654 259 508 1,933 20 129 222 1,712 58.6 12 10 54 38.5 262 455 1968 10 191 3,400 248 506 1,539 15 160 294 1,861 54.0 18 9 74 40.4 481 455 1969 10 185 3,523 315 517 2,023 22 106 223 1,500 47.5 13 11 53 41.2 457 455 1970 11 237 4,361 336 563 2,365 22 142 318 1,996 44.6 18 18 61 36.3 295 444 1971 11 168 3,102 256 564 2,151 19 71 179 951 39.6 3 16 69 38.0 437 441 1972 11 189 3,444 273 536 2,146 21 105 187 1,298 56.2 9 10 61 38.4 448 351 1973 11 192 3,704 272 510 2,142 17 111 200 1,562 55.5 14 7 56 43.6 359 661 1974 11 182 3,628 204 574 2,260 18 93 171 1,368 54.4 6 6 64 43.1 375 640 1975 11 197 3,889 253 570 2,203 21 102 211 1,686 48.3 12 13 79 40.3 337 463 1976 11 208 3,655 237 593 2,388 28 83 166 1,267 50.0 4 8 60 41.5 193 444 1977 11 179 3,220 229 527 1,998 21 96 196 1,222 48.2 6 9 66 44.7 60 751 1978 11 203 3,951 251 540 2,281 22 123 233 1,670 52.8 7 14 60 38.4 238 678 1979 11 215 3,985 289 563 2,388 25 104 210 1,597 49.5 10 20 52 40.5 295 590 1980 11 187 3,229 256 527 1,888 21 101 196 1,341 51.5 9 14 58 40.1 146 729 1981 11 179 3,240 216 501 1,779 16 116 228 1,461 50.9 11 12 69 42.6 411 664 1982 11 189 3,626 259 437 1,577 12 178 303 2,049 58.7 12 15 58 45.1 150 712 11 200 4,125 252 514 2,319 14 134 256 1,806 52.3 14 11 58 42.0 330 547 1983 1984 11 240 4,418 300 482 2,261 19 173 283 2,157 61.1 14 10 42 41.8 286 469 1985 11 207 4,233 290 464 1,654 11 190 297 2,579 64.0 19 11 60 37.5 186 395 1986 11 217 4,067 272 470 1,823 21 170 266 2,244 63.9 11 7 48 41.8 372 784 1987 12 261 4,871 395 573 2,652 36 166 285 2,219 58.2 12 14 38 40.2 281 938 1988 11 218 3,815 212 453 1,480 11 206 340 2,335 60.6 13 11 53 42.2 207 892 1989 11 239 4,493 315 582 2,701 27 125 210 1,792 59.5 9 10 50 39.1 172 838 1990 12 242 4,933 442 507 2,468 33 193 339 2,465 56.9 16 17 50 41.4 455 1,023 1991 11 266 5,145 335 512 2,332 20 231 366 2,813 63.1 16 15 38 39.6 247 757 1992 11 206 4,272 309 527 2,352 25 148 259 1,947 57.1 11 4 65 41.0 410 674 1993 11 258 5,286 471 442 2,621 27 208 320 2,665 65.0 31 9 42 39.2 453 661 1994 11 242 4,560 318 537 2,543 25 164 271 2,017 60.5 15 11 45 39.4 455 783 1995 11 280 5,003 411 442 1,972 26 250 391 3,031 63.9 22 4 43 35.1 324 752 1996 11 247 4,780 389 396 1,384 24 255 399 3,396 63.9 20 12 49 40.0 520 697 1997 12 300 5,794 411 398 1,813 13 296 492 3,981 60.2 37 12 50 38.9 388 656 1998 12 234 4,786 408 517 2,536 27 157 275 2,250 57.1 27 7 57 38.6 208 779 1999 11 219 4,468 348 459 2,104 30 168 313 2,364 53.7 12 10 57 42.6 405 662 2000 11 223 4,105 359 439 1,790 20 212 354 2,315 59.9 21 11 61 40.4 452 926 2001 12 228 4,829 355 453 1,849 19 230 360 2,980 63.9 22 9 55 38.9 394 722 2002 13 243 4,592 296 517 1,957 19 218 356 2,635 61.2 14 7 68 42.4 435 855 2003 13 243 4,834 365 463 1,800 16 238 422 3,034 56.4 27 15 71 44.8 531 558 2004 13 276 5,193 278 320 2,418 21 210 376 2,775 55.9 27 15 59 40.5 200 511 2005 11 196 3,589 205 399 1,411 10 186 356 2,178 52.2 11 13 59 41.2 226 732 2006 13 249 4,842 362 382 1,404 17 265 415 3,438 63.9 24 11 47 44.7 239 594 2007 14 293 5,621 455 459 1,946 19 333 534 3,675 62.4 33 12 65 41.6 302 1,462 2008 12 172 3,225 208 409 1,475 14 153 309 1,750 49.5 8 9 69 40.9 212 1,037 2009 13 272 4,985 381 477 2,043 19 233 401 2,942 58.1 28 14 56 41.3 112 1,369 2010 13 231 4,729 351 408 1,420 14 238 419 3,309 56.8 26 15 70 42.1 73 1,141

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Pass Pass Pass Pass Punt Punt KO Cmp. Att. Yds. Pct. TD Int. Punt Avg. Ret. Yds. Ret. Yds. 70 168 749 41.0 3 23 83 38.2 190 -90 191 1,163 47.1 4 16 90 36.0 144 -44 116 531 37.9 3 10 92 34.7 197 995 59 148 594 39.9 2 16 65 34.6 294 771 60 132 901 45.5 11 13 59 35.2 314 593 54 128 722 42.2 3 14 55 35.3 190 590 69 164 798 42.1 1 14 66 35.7 315 902 49 109 501 45.0 3 6 73 35.2 415 541 57 129 778 44.2 3 8 75 34.2 364 426 56 119 668 47.1 4 13 70 36.9 517 464 58 130 538 44.6 2 14 66 34.3 355 836 87 184 1,176 47.2 6 14 51 32.9 260 792 115 232 1,421 49.6 9 16 54 36.3 356 731 116 215 1,175 50.3 8 12 66 38.2 235 603 89 169 1,030 52.7 3 9 68 38.5 277 505 112 239 1,286 46.2 2 17 68 39.5 207 668 76 186 946 40.5 3 16 68 39.7 252 609 135 291 1,460 46.4 4 26 59 40.2 158 722 139 347 1,644 40.0 7 23 80 40.7 218 720 152 288 1,880 50.3 11 30 63 38.6 182 919 174 358 1,963 48.6 4 36 77 37.4 46 1,074 133 287 1,412 47.0 7 23 87 37.2 202 857 85 213 904 39.9 4 21 79 38.4 261 710 115 226 1,489 50.9 8 15 67 39.6 273 746 106 193 1,355 54.9 8 11 69 37.4 231 740 106 213 1,262 49.2 4 17 68 37.6 245 957 87 178 1,327 48.2 5 16 52 39.1 239 596 78 179 1,067 43.1 6 10 61 38.6 144 546 103 213 1,432 48.4 7 14 72 39.2 181 531 98 204 1,366 48.0 6 18 51 39.3 78 620 110 215 1,496 51.1 4 12 67 38.0 122 718 133 261 1,933 49.8 12 14 63 39.3 106 390 166 304 2,339 54.6 10 16 55 40.2 178 634 178 323 1,838 55.1 5 9 82 41.1 186 436 133 251 1,748 53.0 11 11 51 43.8 98 836 156 299 1,650 52.2 8 22 62 40.3 192 976 99 203 1,248 48.8 7 13 51 40.9 269 1,140 180 368 2,246 48.9 12 14 56 39.4 181 762 184 308 2,415 59.7 16 11 54 39.7 227 600 231 402 2,685 57.5 12 15 53 37.4 87 963 163 336 1,737 48.5 12 24 72 38.9 359 1,204 119 244 1,627 48.8 10 13 63 42.0 138 837 137 250 1,913 54.8 12 11 73 41.6 335 939 167 347 2,105 48.1 7 18 67 38.9 77 1,222 174 309 2,040 56.3 8 9 63 40.6 125 824 210 375 2,283 56.0 17 16 63 38.8 97 1,159 134 285 1,434 47.0 12 14 82 42.0 142 1,069 229 418 2,898 54.8 11 13 74 39.1 235 1,059 213 406 2,509 52.5 12 16 68 40.6 283 969 188 344 2,364 54.7 15 21 74 39.4 159 966 196 366 2,422 53.6 17 9 76 37.9 176 926 210 394 2,619 53.3 17 12 68 42.4 211 1,077 170 349 2,031 48.7 9 12 71 42.3 294 803 230 414 2,419 55.6 10 15 84 38.1 420 807 254 418 3,073 60.8 19 16 71 41.4 88 767 218 364 2,373 59.9 9 9 62 40.4 332 449 190 331 2,351 57.4 16 16 56 40.6 254 657 291 491 3,341 59.3 25 16 67 40.9 236 1,629 186 332 1,925 56.0 8 17 64 41.3 251 820 220 393 2,200 56.0 5 10 61 43.3 267 1,450 252 439 2,985 57.4 14 18 64 43.5 220 1,158

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Rush Rush Rush Att. Yds TD -- 1,611 7 430 1,077 9 462 1,136 6 543 2,311 20 498 2,017 11 452 1,493 10 487 1,628 10 465 1,346 8 482 1,717 13 476 1,771 12 477 1,640 7 454 1,595 12 413 1,427 7 410 1,182 6 441 1,143 10 453 1,170 9 400 1,153 5 402 1,072 10 371 933 6 466 1,324 11 428 972 6 496 1,300 6 525 1,635 6 566 2,118 21 587 2,503 15 654 2,545 19 601 2,451 17 626 2,564 22 545 2,190 18 600 2,609 21 537 1,875 17 553 2,367 19 537 2,234 14 433 1,231 8 526 2,256 19 430 1,730 8 546 2,553 22 490 1,759 12 439 1,921 20 368 1,180 8 522 2,054 9 435 1,527 14 460 1,516 8 433 1,290 8 429 1,627 12 392 1,243 12 423 1,168 4 382 1,119 11 420 1,127 5 364 986 3 338 817 7 384 1,024 8 491 1,672 12 490 1,798 16 451 1,560 15 356 906 8 469 1,907 12 454 2,305 15 444 1,237 6 459 1,944 20 474 1,983 23

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Total Total Off. Points 2,360 71 2,240 88 1,667 63 2,905 153 2,918 164 2,215 92 2,426 75 1,847 75 2,495 122 2,439 118 2,178 79 2,771 149 2,848 134 2,357 121 2,173 121 2,456 92 2,099 87 2,532 115 2,577 110 3,204 165 2,935 103 2,712 108 2,539 83 3,607 219 3,858 178 3,807 193 3,778 162 3,631 229 3,622 209 3,975 208 3,371 189 4,300 244 4,573 211 3,069 142 4,004 248 3,880 133 3,801 235 4,005 224 4,336 286 3,865 190 3,791 198 3,154 221 3,429 173 3,395 144 3,667 185 3,526 214 2,602 157 4,017 244 3,636 173 2,289 163 3,239 212 3,643 234 3,703 227 4,217 239 4,633 295 3,280 205 4,258 254 5,646 382 3,162 201 4,144 289 4,968 326

THE VOLS

1st Year G Downs 1950 11 144 1951 10 131 1952 10 94 1953 11 174 1954 10 157 1955 10 122 1956 10 134 1957 10 100 1958 10 131 1959 10 136 1960 10 129 1961 10 153 1962 10 146 1963 10 135 1964 10 129 1965 10 148 1966 10 124 1967 10 154 1968 10 148 1969 10 178 1970 11 168 1971 11 155 1972 11 142 1973 11 196 1974 11 205 1975 11 195 1976 11 211 1977 11 203 1978 11 183 1979 11 223 1980 11 183 1981 11 221 1982 11 244 168 1983 11 1984 11 207 1985 11 194 1986 11 197 1987 12 214 1988 11 216 1989 11 210 1990 12 201 1991 11 166 1992 11 186 1993 11 186 1994 11 193 1995 11 198 1996 11 145 1997 12 208 1998 12 203 1999 11 178 2000 11 212 2001 12 202 2002 13 210 2003 13 243 2004 13 255 2005 11 183 2006 13 231 2007 14 300 2008 12 195 2009 13 230 2010 13 255

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tennessee vs. opponents (2011 opponents in bold)

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First Last Game Game

Air Force 1970 Akron 1989 Alabama 1901 UAB 1998 American Univ. 1905 Arkansas 1907 Army 1923 Asheville Athletes 1893 Athens 1913 Auburn 1900 Baylor 1956 Boston College 1940 Bristol A.C. 1897 California 1977 UC Santa Barbara 1971 Camp Benning 1922 Carson-Newman 1903 Central University 1896 Centre 1905 Chattanooga A.C. 1892 Cincinnati 1904 The Citadel 1938 Clemson 1901 Colorado 1990 Colorado State 1975 Cumberland (Ky.) 1896 Cumberland (Tenn.) 1915 Dartmouth 1921 Davidson 1913 Dayton 1941 1 - Duke 1893 East Carolina 1995 Emory & Henry 1920 Florida 1916

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2006  2  0  0  1989  1  0  0  2010 38 48  7  2010  4  0  0  1906  2  0  1  2007 13  3  0  1986  5  2  1  1893  1  0  0  1913  1  0  0  2009 21 27  3  1956  0  1  0  1992  8  2  0  1897  1  0  0  2007  2  2  0  1971   1   0 0  1922  1  0  0  1931 12  0  0  1896  1  0  0  1935 10  3  2  1896  2  0  0  1992  4  1  0  1983  3  0  0  2003 11  6  2  1990  0  0  1  1989  4  0  0  1897  2  0  0  1915  1  0  0  1921  0  1  0  1913  1  0  0  1955  4  0  0  2003 14 13   2  1995  1  0  0  1925 5   0   0  2010 19 21  0 

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First Last Game Game

Florida State 1958 Fordham 1934 Fresno State 2003 Furman 1941 George Wash. 1933 Georgetown (Ky.) 1900 Georgia 1899 Georgia Tech 1902 Hawaii 1972 Houston 1953 Howard 1910 Indiana 1987 Iowa 1982 Iowa State 1982 Kansas 1973 Kansas State 2000 2 - Kentucky 1893 King 1897 Louisiana-Lafeyette 1992 Louisiana-Monroe 2000 LSU 1925 Louisiana Tech 1993 Louisville 1914 Marshall 2003 Maryland 1951 Maryville 1892 5 - Memphis 1968 Mercer 1912 Miami (Fla.) 1985 2001 Michigan Middle Tennessee 2002 Minnesota 1986 1902 Mississippi 4 - Mississippi St. 1907

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1998  1  1  0  1942  1  1  0  2003 1 0 0 1942  2  0  0  1933  1  0  0  1923  3  0  0  2010 21 17  2  1987 24 17   2  1975  2  0  0  1998  2  1  0  1941  2  0  0  1987  1  0  0  1987  1  1  0  1982  1  0  0  1974  2  0  0  2000  0  1  0  2010 74 23   9  1914  7 0  0  2007  2 0  0 2000  1 0  0  2010 20 8   3  2004   2 0   0  1993   5 0   0  2006 2 0 0 2002  5  3  0  1936 25  1  1  2010 22  1  0  1940  2  1  0  2003  2  1  0 2001 1 0 0  2002 1 0 0 1986  1  0  0 2010 44 19  1  2008 28 15   1 

Tennessee beat Alabama seven-consecutive times from 1995-2001. No other school has ever bested the Tide in seven straight meetings. The Vols kicked off this tear with a 41-14 victory over Alabama at Legion Field in Birmingham. Peyton Manning scored on a naked bootleg to give the Vols a 21-0 advantage at the end of the first quarter. 166

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Mooney School 1910 Nashville 1901 Nebraska 1997 UNLV 1996 New Mexico 1983 New York Univ. 1931 North Carolina 1893 N.C. State 1911 North Texas State 1975 2008 Northern Illinois Northwestern 1996 Notre Dame 1978 Ohio 2009 Ohio State 1995 Oklahoma 1938 Oklahoma State 1995 Oregon 2010 1977 Oregon State Pacific 1990 Penn State 1971 Pittsburgh 1980 Purdue 1979 Rhodes 1911 Rice 1946 Richmond 1963 Rutgers 1979 Sewanee 1891 South Carolina 1903 Southern California 1939 Southern Meth. 1970 Southern Miss. 1950 Syracuse 1966 Tampa 1960 Temple 1944

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1911  2  0  0  1904  2  1  1  1999  0  2  0  2004   2 0   0  1986   2 0   0  1931   1 0   0  2010 20 11   1  1939  1 1  0  1975   0 1   0 2008 1 0 0 1996  1 0  0  2005  4 4  0  2009 1 0 0 1995  1  0  0  1967  1  1  0  1995  1  0  0  2010 0 1 0 1978  1  0  1  1990  1  0  0  2006   2 3   0  1983  0  2  0  1979  0  1  0  1940  3  0  0  1968  2  1  0  1963  1  0  0  2002  3  1  0  1939 12 10  0  2010 22  5  2  1981  0  4  0  1970  1  0 0 2007  5  0  0  2001  3  0  0  1967  2  0  0  1990  2  0  0 

Derrick Tinsley scored a second-quarter touchdown to help the Vols to a 10-6 win at Miami (Fla.) in 2003, the Hurricanes’ first home loss in more than four years.

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Opponents

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3 - UT-Chattanooga UT Martin Tenn. Med. School Tenn. Military Inst. Tenn. School Deaf Tenn.Tech Texas Texas A&M Texas Christian UTEP Texas Tech 2 - Transylvania Tulane Tulsa Tusculum UCLA Utah Vanderbilt Villanova Virginia Virginia Military Virginia Tech Wake Forest Washington & Lee Washington State Western Kentucky Wichita State William & Mary Wisconsin Wofford Wyoming

1899 2010 1911 1907 1905 1947 1950 1957 1973 1986 1973 1899 1923 1942 1915 1965 1975 1892 1945 1927 1923 1896 1892 1899 1980 2009 1981 1945 1981 1952 1999

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1969 37   2   2  2010 1 0 0 1912  1  0  1  1907  1  0  0  1905  1  0  0  1951  5  0  0  1968  1  2  0  2004  2  0  0  1976  2  0  0  1990  2  0  0  1997  1  1  0 1927  4  1  0 1967  4  1  0  1974  5  0  0  1919  3  0  0  2009  7  6  2  1984  3  0  0  2010 72 27  5  1945  1  0  0  1990  3  1  0  1923  0  1  0  2009  5  3  0  1985  6  3  0  1951  5  0  0  1994  4  1  0 2009 1 0 0  1981  1  0  0  1945  1  0  0  2007  2  0  0  1952  1   0   0 2008 2 1 0

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789 340 53

Footnote 1—The present-day Duke was known as Trinity College from 1859-1924. Footnote 2—The present-day Kentucky was known as Kentucky A&M from 1878-1907 and Kentucky State from 1908-1916. Kentucky should not be confused with Transylvania, which was known as Kentucky University from 1878-1909. Tennessee had games with Kentucky University in 1899 and 1901. Footnote 3—The present-day UT-Chattanooga was known from 1889-1906 as Grant and from 19071969 as Chattanooga. Tennessee had games with Grant in 1900, 1904 and 1905, and played numerous games with Chattanooga between 1908-66. Tennessee played UT-Chattanooga in 1969. Footnote 4—The present-day Mississippi State was known until 1932 as Mississippi A&M. Tennessee played A&M several times before 1932, with the first game being played in 1907. Footnote 5—The present-day Memphis was known as Memphis State from 1912-93.


YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year Record Coach 1891 0-1-0 None 1892 2-5-0 None 1893 2-4-0 None *Tennessee did not field a team from 1894-95.

Captain H.K. Denlinger Charles Moore H.A. Ijams

Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (1896-1920)

Southern Conference (1921-32) Year 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932

Record Coach Captain 6-2-1 M.B. Banks Hal Blair 8-2-0 M.B. Banks Roy Striegel 5-4-1 M.B. Banks Tarzan Holt 3-5-0 M.B. Banks J.G. Lowe 5-2-1 M.B. Banks J.G. Lowe 8-1-0 Gen. Robert R. Neyland Billy Harkness 8-0-1 Gen. Robert R. Neyland John Barnhill 9-0-1 Gen. Robert R. Neyland Roy Witt 9-0-1 Gen. Robert R. Neyland Howard Johnson 9-1-0 Gen. Robert R. Neyland Harry Thayer 9-0-1 Gen. Robert R. Neyland Eugene Mayer 9-0-1 Gen. Robert R. Neyland Malcolm Aitken

Bold indicates Southern Conference Champions

all-time coaching records Coach Student coached J.A. Pierce George Kelley H.F. Fisher S.D. Crawford J.D. DePree George Levene Andrew A. (Alex) Stone Z.G. Clevenger John R. Bender M.B. Banks Robert. R. Neyland W.H. Britton John Barnhill Harvey Robinson Bowden Wyatt Jim McDonald Doug Dickey Bill Battle Johnny Majors Phillip Fulmer Lane Kiffin Derek Dooley

Years 1891-93, 1896-97 1899-1900 1901 1902-03 1904 1905-06 1907-09 1910 1911-15 1916-1920 1921-25 1926-34, 36-40, 46-52 1935 1941-45 1953-54 1955-62 1963 1964-69 1970-76 1977-92 1992-2008 2009 2010-Pres. 114 years

Record Pct. 12-11-0 .522 9-4-1 .654 3-3-2 .500 10-7-0 .588 3-5-1 .389 4-11-3 .305 15-10-3 .589 3-5-1 .389 26-15-2 .628 18-5-4 .741 27-15-3 .633 173-31-12 .829 4-5-0 .444 32-5-2 .846 10-10-1 .500 49-29-4 .622 5-5-0 .500 46-15-4 .738 59-22-2 .723 116-62-8 .645 152-52-0 .745 7-6-0 .538 6-7-0 .462 789-340-53 .690

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Bold indicates SIAA Champions

Year Overall Conference Finish Coach Captain (s) 1968 8-2-1 4-1-1 2nd Doug Dickey Dick Williams 1969 9-2-0 5-1-0 1st Doug Dickey Bill Young 1970 11-1-0 4-1-0 2nd Bill Battle Tim Priest 1971 10-2-0 4-2-0 T-4th Bill Battle Jackie Walker 1972 10-2-0 4-2-0 4th Bill Battle Jamie Rotella 1973 8-4-0 3-3-0 4th Bill Battle Eddie Brown 1974 7-3-2 2-3-1 T-7th Bill Battle Condredge Holloway, Jim Watts 1975 7-5-0 3-3-0 5th Bill Battle Ron McCartney 1976 6-5-0 2-4-0 8th Bill Battle Larry Seivers, Andy Spiva 1977 4-7-0 1-5-0 8th Johnny Majors Pert Jenkins, Greg Jones, Brent Watson 1978 5-5-1 3-3-0 T-4th Johnny Majors Robert Shaw, Dennis Wolfe 1979 7-5-0 3-3-0 T-5th Johnny Majors Robert James, Craig Puki, Jimmy Streater 1980 5-6-0 3-3-0 6th Johnny Majors Jim Noonan 1981 8-4-0 3-3-0 T-4th Johnny Majors James Berry, L. Holt Jeffers, Lee North 1982 6-5-1 3-2-1 5th Johnny Majors Mike L. Cofer 1983 9-3-0 4-2-0 T-3rd Johnny Majors Reggie White 1984 7-4-1 3-3-0 T-5th Johnny Majors Johnnie Jones, Carl Zander 1985 9-1-2 5-1-0 1st Johnny Majors Tim McGee, Tommy Sims, Chris White 1986 7-5-0 3-3-0 6th Johnny Majors Joey Clinkscales, Dale Jones, Bruce Wilkerson 1987 10-2-1 4-1-1 3rd Johnny Majors Harry Galbreath, Kelly Ziegler 1988 5-6-0 3-4-0 T-6th Johnny Majors Keith DeLong, Nate Middlebrooks 1989 11-1-0 6-1-0 T-1st Johnny Majors Eric Still 1990 9-2-2 5-1-1 1st Johnny Majors Tony Thompson 1991 9-3-0 5-2-0 3rd Johnny Majors Earnest Fields, John Fisher

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Record Coach Captain 4-0-0 None Strang Nicklin 4-1-0 None James A. Baird No team -- Spanish American War 6-2-0 J.A. Pierce William L. Terry 3-2-1 J.A. Pierce Bill Newman 3-3-2 George Kelley C.E. Holopeter 6-2-0 H.F. Fisher Nash Buckingham 4-5-0 H.F. Fisher T.B. Green 3-5-1 S.D. Crawford Roscoe Word 3-5-1 J.D. DePree Roscoe Word 1-6-2 J.D. DePree Roscoe Word/E.D. Proctor 7-2-1 George Levene Roscoe Word 7-2-0 George Levene Walker Leach 1-6-2 George Levene Nathan Dougherty 3-5-1 Alex Stone W.C. Johnson 3-4-2 Z.G. Clevenger H.C. Branch 4-4-0 Z.G. Clevenger C.H. Fonde 6-3-0 Z.G. Clevenger Sam Hayley 9-0-0 Z.G. Clevenger Farmer Kelly 4-4-0 Z.G. Clevenger E.A. McLean 8-0-0 John R. Bender J.G. Vowell No team-- World War I No team-- World War I 3-3-3 John R. Bender W.D. Lowe 7-2-0 John R. Bender Buck Hatcher

Year Overall Conference Finish Coach Captain 1933 7-3-0 5-2-0 4th Gen. Robert R. Neyland Talmadge Maples 1934 8-2-0 5-1-0 3rd Gen. Robert R. Neyland Raplh Hatley 1935 4-5-0 2-3-0 T-9th W.H. Britton Toby Palmer 3-1-2 4th Gen. Robert R. Neyland DeWitt Weaver 1936 6-2-2 4-3-0 7th Gen. Robert R. Neyland Joe Black Hayes 1937 6-3-1 1st Gen. Robert R. Neyland Bowden Wyatt 1938 11-0-0 7-0-0 T-1st Gen. Robert R. Neyland Sam Bartholomew 1939 10-1-1 6-0-0 1st Gen. Robert R. Neyland Norbert Ackerman 1940 10-1-0 5-0-0 3-1-0 2nd John Barnhill Ray Graves 1941 8-2-0 4-1-0 T-2nd John Barnhill Al Hust 1942 9-1-1 1943 No team-- World War II 5-0-1 2nd John Barnhill Bob Dobelstein 1944 7-1-1 3-1-0 2nd John Barnhill Billy Bevis 1945 8-1-1 5-0-0 1st Gen. Robert R. Neyland Walter Slater 1946 9-2-0 2-3-0 T-9th Gen. Robert R. Neyland Denver Crawford 1947 5-5-0 2-3-1 8th Gen. Robert R. Neyland Jim Powell 1948 4-4-2 1949 7-2-1 4-1-1 3rd Gen. Robert R. Neyland Ralph Chancey/ Hal Littleford 4-1-0 2nd Gen. Robert R. Neyland Jack Stroud 1950 11-1-0 T-1st Gen. Robert R. Neyland Bert Rechichar 1951 10-1-0 5-0-0 5-0-1 2nd Gen. Robert R. Neyland Jim Haslam 1952 8-2-1 1953 6-4-1 3-2-1 7th Harvey Robinson Mack Franklin 1-5-0 T-11th Harvey Robinson Darris McCord 1954 4-6-0 3-2-1 4th Bowden Wyatt Jim Beutel 1955 6-3-1 1st Bowden Wyatt John Gordy 1956 10-1-0 6-0-0 4-3-0 5th Bowden Wyatt Bill Anderson, Bill Johnson 1957 8-3-0 4-3-0 5th Bowden Wyatt Bobby Urbano 1958 4-6-0 3-4-1 8th Bowden Wyatt Joe Schaffer 1959 5-4-1 3-2-2 T-5th Bowden Wyatt Mike LaSorsa 1960 6-2-2 4-3-0 T-4th Bowden Wyatt Mike Lucci 1961 6-4-0 2-6-0 10th Bowden Wyatt Pat Augustine 1962 4-6-0 3-5-0 8th Jim McDonald Buddy Fisher 1963 5-5-0 1-5-1 10th Doug Dickey Steve DeLong 1964 4-5-1 3-1-2 T-3rd Doug Dickey Hal Wantland, Paul Naumoff 1965 8-1-2 4-2-0 5th Doug Dickey Austen Denny 1966 8-3-0 6-0-0 1st Doug Dickey Bob Johnson 1967 9-2-0

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Year 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920

Southeastern Conference (1933-91)

OUTLOOK STAFF

Pre-Conference Years (1891-95)


RECORDS

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Southeastern Conference Divisional Play (1992-Present)

Year Overall Conf. Finish SEC Championship Coach Captains 1992 9-3-0 5-3-0 3rd-East Johnny Majors/Phillip Fulmer Todd Kelly, J.J. McCleskey 1993 10-2-0 7-1-0 T-1st-East Phillip Fulmer Craig Faulkner, Cory Fleming, Horace Morris, James Wilson 1994 8-4-0 5-3-0 2nd-East Phillip Fulmer Kevin Mays, Ben Talley 1995 11-1-0 7-1-0 2nd-East Phillip Fulmer Scott Gaylon, Jason Layman, Bubba Miller 1996* 10-2 7-1 2nd-East Phillip Fulmer Raymond Austin, Jay Graham 1997 11-2 7-1 1st/1st-East W, 30-29 vs. Auburn Phillip Fulmer Leonard Little, Peyton Manning 1998 13-0 8-0 1st/1st-East W, 24-14 vs. Miss. St. Phillip Fulmer Shawn Bryson, Jeff Hall, Mercedes Hamilton, Al Wilson 1999 9-3 6-2 2nd-East Phillip Fulmer Chad Clifton, Dwayne Goodrich, Tee Martin, Billy Ratliff, Spencer Riley, Darwin Walker 5-3 T-2nd-East Phillip Fulmer David Leaverton, Eric Westmoreland, 2000 8-4 Cedrick Wilson 2001 11-2 7-1 2nd/1st-East L, 21-30 vs. LSU Phillip Fulmer Will Bartholomew, John Henderson, Andrew Lott, Will Overstreet, Fred Weary 2002 8-5 5-3 3rd-East Phillip Fulmer Omari Hand, Eddie Moore, Will Ofenheusle 2003 10-3 6-2 T-1st-East Phillip Fulmer Casey Clausen, Kevin Burnett, Michael Munoz, Rashad Baker, Scott Wells, Constantin Ritzmann 2004 10-3 7-1 2nd/1st-East L, 28-38 vs. Auburn Phillip Fulmer Michael Munoz, Parys Haralson, Jason Respert, Tony Brown, Kevin Burnett, Jason Allen 2005 5-6 3-5 T-4th-East Phillip Fulmer Jason Allen, Rick Clausen, Cody Douglas, Parys Haralson, Jesse Mahelona, Rob Smith 2006 9-4 5-3 2nd-East Phillip Fulmer Justin Harrell, Turk McBride, Marvin Mitchell, Jayson Swain, Arron Sears 2007 10-4 6-2 2nd/1st-East L, 14-21 vs. LSU Phillip Fulmer Game Captains 2008 5-7 3-5 5th-East Phillip Fulmer Robert Ayers, Eric Berry, Ramon Foster, Montario Hardesty, Lucas Taylor, Ellix Wilson 2009 7-6 4-4 T-2nd-East Lane Kiffin Eric Berry, Jonathan Crompton, Montario Hardesty, Nick Reveiz 2010 6-7 3-5 T-3rd East Derek Dooley Tauren Poole, Nick Reveiz, Luke Stocker All-time record: 789-340-53 SEC Record: 318-167-19 *In 1996 the NCAA established an overtime period, eliminating the tie as a possible outcome. Bold indicates SEC Championship

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general robert reese neyland

The history and tradition of Tennessee football began under the tutelage of Gen. Robert Reese Neyland, a member of the College Football Hall of Fame. Neyland came to Tennessee as an ROTC instructor and backfield coach in 1925 and was named head football coach in 1926. From that date, Tennessee was in the college football business to stay. Neyland’s 1939 Vol team was the last to shut out each of its regular season opponents. Over the course of his career, 112 of his 216 opponents failed to score against his Tennessee teams. Tennessee still holds an NCAA record for holding opponents scoreless 71 consecutive quarters. Neyland’s teams won Southern Conference Championships in 1927 and 1932, piling up undefeated streaks of 33 and 28 games along the way, and SEC Championships in 1938, 1939, 1940, 1946 and 1951. In addition Neylandcoached teams won four national championships. The Vols were consensus national champions in 1951, won the Dunkel, Litkenhous, Boand, Houlgate and Poling National Championships in 1938, the Dunkel and Williamson crowns in 1940 and the DeVold and Dunkel crowns in 1950. It was Gene McEver who kicked off the Neyland era with his 98-yard return of the open-

ing kickoff in the 1928 Alabama game, a game the underdog Vols won 15-13. Each of his succeeding eras would be highlighted by similar big plays: Johnny Butler’s 56-yard run against Alabama in 1939 and Lauricella’s 75-yard run against Texas in the 1951 Cotton Bowl. Neyland’s 21-year record at Tennessee was 173 wins, 31 losses and 12 ties. Neyland, who came to Tennessee as an Army captain and left as a brigadier general, brought one of the most efficient single-wing offenses in the country to go with an unyielding defense. He was brought to the head coaching position by Dean Nathan Dougherty with a simple injunction: “Do something about the series with Vanderbilt.” After Neyland’s death in 1962, the University established the Robert R. Neyland Scholarship, academic scholarships awarded to non-athletes, many of whom are National Merit Scholars. The endowment for these scholarships now exceeds $1.5 million and 124 students have been the beneficiary of the awards. The thoroughfare behind the stadium’s South end, once called the river road, is now named Neyland Drive. More recently, the Vol football complex on campus was named for Neyland and Knoxville businessman B. Ray Thompson.


YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS & ALL-TIME RESULTS 1891

Date Nov. 21

Opponent Sewanee

1892

Opponent Maryville Vanderbilt Sewanee Sewanee Chattanooga A.C. Vanderbilt Wake Forest

2-5

Site Result Score Maryville W 25-0 Nashville L 4-22 Sewanee L 0-54 Knoxville L 0-10 Chattanooga W 16-6 Knoxville L 0-12 Knoxville L 6-10

1893 Opponent Kentucky A&M Wake Forest 1 Trinity North Carolina Maryville Asheville Ath.

2-4

Site Result Score Knoxville L 0-56 Winston-Salem L 0-64 Durham L 0-70 Chapel Hill L 0-60 Knoxville W 32-0 Knoxville W 12-6

44-256

In October 1894, the Athletic Association resolved to drop varsity football and look forward to baseball in the spring. After the humiliating 1893 season (two wins and four imposing defeats), only two athletes willing to admit they had played on the 1893 team returned to campus in 1894. To complicate matters further, the practice field, located just west of the main entrance to the Hill, was being graded and improved. Soon after this decision, W.B. Stokely, a UT senior who transferred from Wake Forest, persuaded a group of students to form a team. Stokely, who was elected captain, gave encouragement and direction to the other players. Even though the institution chose not to be represented officially on the gridiron, Stokely and his unofficial team kept football interest alive during this period when almost certainly it otherwise would have been allowed to lapse completely. These unofficial games, referred to as “The Lost Years” are not included in NCAA statistics or in official University of Tennessee won-lost records.

Date Oct. 19 Nov. 2 Nov. 4 Nov. 14 Nov. 28 Nov. 30

Site Result Score Knoxville T 0-0 Knoxville T 8-8 Knoxville W 12-4 Jefferson City W 18-0

Opponent Site Knoxville YMCA Knoxville Maryville Knoxville Bingham School Asheville Fort McPherson Atlanta Saint Alban’s Bristol Tenn. Medical Unit Knoxville

Result Score W 4-0 T 6-6 W 12-0 L 0-28 L 0-38 W 40-0

southern intercollegiate athletic association (1896-1920) 1896

Date Oct. 22 Oct. 24 Nov. 14 Nov. 26

4-0

Opponent Site Result Score Williamsburg Inst. Knoxville W 10-6 Chattanooga A.C. Chattanooga W 4-0 Virginia Tech Knoxville W 6-4 Central University Knoxville W 30-0

1897

Date Oct. 15 Oct. 23 Nov. 8 Nov. 25 Nov. 26

Opponent Site King Knoxville Williamsburg Inst. Knoxville North Carolina Knoxville Virginia Tech Roanoke Bristol A.C. Bristol

50-10 4-1

Result Score W 28-0 W 6-0 L 0-16 W 18-0 W 12-0

1901

Date Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 28

Coaching record: 9-4-1.

1899

Date Oct. 11 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 Dec. 25

6-2

Opponent Site Result Score King Knoxville W 11-5 Virginia Tech Knoxville L 0-5 Sewanee Sewanee L 0-51 2 Kentucky A&M Knoxville W 12-0 Georgia Knoxville W 5-0 Washington & Lee Knoxville W 11-0 2 Kentucky Univ. Knoxville W 41-0 3 Grant Chattanooga W 6-0

86-61

Opponent King Clemson Nashville Kentucky Univ. Vanderbilt Georgetown Kentucky A&M Alabama

3-3-2

Site Result Score Knoxville W 8-0 Knoxville T 6-6 Nashville L 5-16 Knoxville L 0-6 Nashville L 0-22 Knoxville W 12-0 Knoxville W 5-0 Birmingham T 6-6

1904

Coaching record: 3-5-1.

1904

Date Oct. 1 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 16 Nov. 19 Nov. 24

A graduate of Michigan, Depree served two seasons as coach. He was the only coach of the 1905 team. In 1906, Roscoe Word, a three-time captain, assisted him.

6-2

Site Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Nashville Memphis Atlanta Knoxville

Result Score W 12-0 W 34-0 L 5-12 W 6-0 W 10-0 W 11-10 W 10-6 L 0-11

Date Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 29 Oct. 31 Nov. 7

Opponent Maryville Carson-Newman Vanderbilt South Carolina Nashville Georgia

Site Knoxville Knoxville Nashville Columbia Nashville Knoxville

Result Score W 17-0 W 38-0 L 0-40 L 0-24 W 10-0 L 0-5

1903

Coaching record: 4-11-3.

1905

Opponent King Maryville Vanderbilt Sewanee Nashville Mississippi Georgia Tech Clemson

45-77

1905-06

1902-03

Date Oct. 11 Oct. 21 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 7 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 27

3-5-1

Site Result Score Knoxville W 17-0 Knoxville T 0-0 Atlanta L 0-2 Knoxville L 0-12 Nashville L 0-22 Knoxville L 0-6 Knoxville L 0-35 Chattanooga W 23-0 Birmingham W 5-0

J.D. Depree

The second Princeton man, Fisher followed Kelley and compiled a 6-2 record in 1902 and coached the first Vol team to defeat Sewanee, a feat which showed great improvement in Tennessee football.

1902

Opponent Maryville Nashville Georgia Tech Sewanee Vanderbilt Clemson Cincinnati Grant Alabama

H.F. Fisher

Coaching record: 10-7-0.

76-110

The fourth Vol coach and one of only six coaches in UT history to serve for only one season. His 1904 unit was the first team to defeat Alabama.

42-56

Site Result Score Knoxville L 0-17 Knoxville W 11-0 Birmingham L 0-24

s.d. crawford

1901

Coaching record: 3-3-2.

Opponent Sewanee Georgia Tech Alabama

67-51

He was the first of two former Princeton players to become head coach. Although his coaching assignment only lasted one year, he brought an excellent background to the job and was considered an outstanding man in coaching the fundamentals.

J.A. Pierce 1899-1900

Date Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 26

George Kelley

64-16 1898 • no team, Spanish-American War

After UT went five seasons without a coach, Pierce, a graduate of LaFayette, became the first full-time coach to be hired by the Athletic Association. His record in two seasons set the tone for winning football at Tennessee.

3-2-1

Site Result Score Knoxville W 22-0 Nashville T 0-0 Knoxville L 5-22 Birmingham L 0-23 Knoxville W 28-0 Knoxville W 12-6

Date Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 18 Nov. 30 Dec. 3

3-5-1

Opponent Site Result Score Tenn. School Deaf Knoxville W 16-6 American Univ. Knoxville W 104-0 Clemson Clemson T 5-5 Vanderbilt Knoxville L 0-45 Sewanee Sewanee L 6-11 Georgia Tech Atlanta L 0-45 Centre Knoxville W 31-5 Alabama Birmingham L 0-29 Grant Chattanooga L 0-5

162-151

88-39 4-5

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1894 & 1895: No Official team

1895

Opponent Maryville Knoxville A.C. Knoxville YMCA Carson Newman

Opponent King Vanderbilt North Carolina Auburn Grant Georgetown

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1900

Date Oct. 10 Oct. 22 Nov. 1 Nov. 10 Nov. 27 Dec. 1

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Date Oct. 15 Oct. 21 Oct. 24 Nov. 2 Nov. 12 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

0-1

Site Result Score Chattanooga L 0-24

1894

OUTLOOK STAFF

pre-conference years


RECORDS 1906

Date Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 25 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 19 Nov. 21 Nov. 29

Opponent American Univ. Maryville Centre American Univ. Sewanee Kentucky A&M Clemson Georgia Alabama

15-127

George Levene 1907-09

The former Pennsylvania player became the first coach to win seven games in a season; putting seven-victory campaigns back-toback in 1907 and 1908. However, the 1909 team recorded a dismal record and his winning percentage suffered.

Coaching record: 15-10-3.

1907

Date Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 18 Nov. 28

1908

Date Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 26

Opponent North Carolina Maryville Kentucky State Georgia Georgia Tech Vanderbilt Clemson Chattanooga Alabama

169-17 7-2

Site Result Score Knoxville W 12-0 Knoxville W 39-5 Knoxville W 7-0 Knoxville W 10-0 Atlanta W 6-5 Nashville L 9-16 Knoxville W 6-5 Knoxville W 35-6 Birmingham L 0-4

124-41

1909

1-6-2

Opponent Centre North Carolina Kentucky State Georgia Georgia Tech Vanderbilt Alabama Chattanooga Transylvania

Site Result Score Knoxville T 0-0 Knoxville L 0-3 Lexington L 0-17 Knoxville L 0-3 Knoxville L 0-29 Nashville L 0-51 Knoxville L 0-10 Chattanooga T 0-0 Knoxville W 11-0

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Stone was the seventh coach in 11 years of Tennessee football. His regime marked the end of the short-term coaching assignments for several years to come.

Coaching record: 3-5-1.

1910

Date Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Oct. 31 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Opponent Centre Mooney School Vanderbilt Georgia Howard Mississippi A&M Kentucky State Maryville Chattanooga

7-2-1

Date Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 25

1910

3-5-1

Site Result Score Knoxville L 2-17 Knoxville W 7-0 Nashville L 0-18 Athens L 5-35 Birmingham W 17-0 Starkville L 0-48 Knoxville L 0-10 Knoxville W 13-0 Knoxville T 6-6

Opponent Site Result Score Tenn. Military Inst. Knoxville W 30-0 Georgia Athens W 15-0 Georgia Tech Atlanta L 4-6 Clemson Clemson W 4-0 Maryville Knoxville W 34-0 3 Chattanooga Knoxville W 57-0 Kentucky A&M Knoxville T 0-0 4 Mississippi A&M Memphis W 11-4 Arkansas Little Rock W 14-2 Alabama Birmingham L 0-5

andrew a. stone

1-6-2

Site Result Score Knoxville W 10-0 Knoxville L 0-11 Knoxville L 0-6 Harriman T 5-5 Knoxville L 0-17 Lexington L 0-21 Clemson L 0-16 Athens T 0-0 Birmingham L 0-51

50-134

z.g. clevenger 1911-15

The former Indiana player coached the 1914 team to the SIAA title and the first defeat of Vanderbilt in UT history, a feat only one other coach accomplished until Neyland. His use of the straight T formation produced a fine record. He returned to Indiana in 1923 and remained until retirement.

Coaching record: 26-15-2.

1911

Date Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Nov. 30

Opponent Site Mooney School Knoxville Georgia Tech Atlanta Maryville Knoxville North Carolina State Raleigh Centre Knoxville Virginia Tech Blacksburg Southwestern Knoxville Tenn. Med.School Memphis Kentucky State Lexington

1912

3-4-2

Result Score W 27-0 L 0-24 W 22-5 L 0-16 T 0-0 L 11-36 W 22-0 T 0-0 L 0-12

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Opponent Carson-Newman Athens Maryville Sewanee Davidson Chattanooga Vanderbilt Alabama Kentucky State

6-3

Site Result Score Knoxville W 58-0 Knoxville W 95-0 Knoxville W 75-0 Chattanooga L 6-17 Knoxville W 9-0 Knoxville W 21-0 Nashville L 6-7 Tuscaloosa L 0-6 Lexington W 13-7

283-37

1914 SIAA CHAMPIONS

Date Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 26

Opponent Carson-Newman King Clemson Louisville Alabama Chattanooga Vanderbilt Sewanee Kentucky State

9-0

Site Result Score Knoxville W 89-0 Knoxville W 55-3 Knoxville W 27-0 Louisville W 66-0 Knoxville W 17-7 Knoxville W 67-0 Nashville W 16-14 Chattanooga W 14-7 Knoxville W 23-6

1915

Date Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 13 Nov. 25

Opponent Carson-Newman Tusculum Clemson Centre Cumberland Vanderbilt Mississippi A&M Kentucky State

Site Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Nashville Knoxville Lexington

374-37 4-4

Result Score W 101-0 W 21-0 L 0-3 W 80-0 W 101-0 L 0-35 L 0-14 L 0-6

303-58

john r. bender 1916-20

A Nebraska player in 1905, he came to Tennessee from Kansas State and installed the short punt formation. His tour of coaching was interrupted by the war in 1917-18. However, he regrouped the 1920 unit to post a 7-2 mark.

82-93

Coaching record: 18-5-4.

4-4

Date Opponent Site Result Score Oct. 5 King Knoxville W 101-0 Oct. 12 Maryville Knoxville W 38-0 Oct. 19 Tenn. Med. School Memphis W 62-0 Oct. 26 Sewanee Chattanooga L 6-33 Nov. 2 Centre Knoxville W 67-0 Nov. 9 Mercer Macon L 14-27 Nov. 16 Kentucky State Knoxville L 6-13 Nov. 28 Alabama Birmingham L 0-7 294-80

11-113

1913

Date Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 14 Nov. 27

1916

8-0-1

168-19

Date Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 30

Opponent Tusculum Maryville Clemson South Carolina Florida Chattanooga Vanderbilt (HC) Sewanee Kentucky State

Site Result Score Knoxville W 33-0 Knoxville W 32-6 Clemson W 14-0 Knoxville W 26-0 Tampa W 24-0 Chattanooga W 12-7 Knoxville W 10-6 Chattanooga W 17-0 Knoxville T 0-0

1917 & 1917: No team world war I The University of Tennessee Athletic Council, chaired by Professor Nathan W. Dougherty, officially suspended varsity football during the World War I years of 1917 and 1918 because the majority of the players were called into military service. In addition, Coach John R. Bender was enlisted as an instructor at Camp John Sevier in Greenville, S.C. During this period without varsity football, two unofficial teams were formed from Army recruits and students. One team represented a training unit called the Fighting Mechanics and another the Student Army Training Corps (SATC).

1917

Date Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 16

1918

Date Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 28

Opponent Site Result Score 11th U.S. Infantry Knoxville L 6-21 Batt. B Va. Field Art. Chattanooga L 0-35 Camp Gordon Atlanta L 0-38 Opponent Site Sewanee Knoxville Vanderbilt Nashville Maryville Knoxville Milligan Knoxville Tenn. Military Inst. Knoxville

Result Score L 0-68 L 0-76 W 9-7 W 32-0 W 46-0

1919

3-3-3

1920

7-2

Date Opponent Site Result Score Sept. 27 Tusculum Knoxville W 29-6 Oct. 3 Maryville Knoxville W 32-2 Oct. 11 Vanderbilt Nashville T 3-3 L 0-6 Oct. 18 Mississippi A&M Knoxville Oct. 25 Clemson Clemson L 0-14 Nov. 1 North Carolina (HC) Knoxville T 0-0 Nov. 8 South Carolina Columbia T 6-6 Nov. 15 Cincinnati Knoxville W 33-12 Lexington L 0-13 Nov. 27 Kentucky 103-62 Date Opponent Site Result Score W 45-0 Sept. 25 Emory & Henry Knoxville Oct. 2 Maryville Knoxville W 47-0 Oct. 9 Vanderbilt Knoxville L 0-20 Oct. 16 Chattanooga Chattanooga W 35-0 Oct. 23 Clemson Knoxville W 26-0 Oct. 30 Mississippi A&M Starkville L 7-13 Nov. 6 Transylvania Knoxville W 49-0 Nov. 13 Sewanee Chattanooga W 20-0 Nov. 25 Kentucky Knoxville W 14-7 243-40


ALL-TIME RESULTS 1923

M.B. Banks 1921-25

With Banks came the beginning of the Southern Conference. A former Syracuse player who coached at Duke before joining the Vols, he installed a variety of offenses but preferred the winged-T. He became ill in 1925 and gave up the Vol reins to take the Central High School job.

1921

6-2-1

Site West Point Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Memphis Knoxville Nashville Knoxville Knoxville Lexington

5-4-1

Result Score L 0-41 T 14-14 W 13-6 L 0-17 W 7-3 W 13-2 L 7-51 L 0-33 W 10-0 W 18-0

82-167

1924

Date Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 24 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 27

Opponent Emory & Henry Maryville Carson-Newman Mississippi A&M Georgia Centre Tulane Kentucky

3-5

Site Result Score Knoxville W 27-0 Knoxville W 28-10 Knoxville W 13-0 Memphis L 2-7 Athens L 0-33 Knoxville L 0-32 New Orleans L 7-26 Knoxville L 6-27

83-135

1925

5-2-1

Opponent Emory & Henry Maryville Vanderbilt Louisiana State Georgia Centre Miss. A&M (HC) Kentucky

Site Knoxville Knoxville Nashville Knoxville Knoxville Danville Knoxville Lexington

Result Score W 51-0 W 13-0 L 7-34 T 0-0 W 12-7 W 12-0 W 14-9 L 20-23

129-73

R.R. Neyland 1926-34

With Captain Neyland came one of the most efficient single wing offenses in the nation. In his first period as Vol head coach he won the Southern Conference championships in 1927 and 1932 and had undefeated strings of 33 and 28 games, along with 14 consecutive victories.

Shields-Watkins Field, circa 1921. Tennessee debuted at its current home in a 27-0 win over Emory & Henry. A year later, the Vols first donned the Orange and White against the Wasps in the 1922 season opener.

1922

8-2

Date Opponent Site Result Score Sept. 23 *Emory & Henry Knoxville W 50-0 Sept. 30 Carson-Newman Knoxville W 32-7 Oct. 7 Maryville Knoxville W 21-0 W 15-0 Oct. 14 Camp Benning Columbus Athens L 3-7 Oct. 21 Georgia Oct. 28 Mississippi Knoxville W 49-0 Nov. 4 Vanderbilt Knoxville L 6-14 Nov. 11 Mississippi A&M Memphis W 31-3 Nov. 18 Sewanee Chattanooga W 18-7 Nov. 30 Kentucky Knoxville W 14-7 *First game Vols wore Orange jerseys 239-45

Coaching record: 76-7-5.

1926

Date Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 15 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 25

Opponent Carson-Newman North Carolina Louisiana State Maryville Centre Mississippi A&M Sewanee (HC) Vanderbilt Kentucky

8-1

Site Result Score Knoxville W 13-0 Knoxville W 34-0 Baton Rouge W 14-7 Knoxville W 6-0 Knoxville W 30-7 Starkville W 33-0 Knoxville W 12-0 Nashville L 3-20 Knoxville W 6-0

Date Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 24

Opponent Carson-Newman North Carolina Maryville Mississippi Transylvania Virginia Sewanee Vanderbilt (HC) Kentucky

Site Knoxville Chapel Hill Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Lexington

1928

Date Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 29 Dec. 8

Opponent Maryville Centre Mississippi Alabama Wash. & Lee (HC) Carson-Newman Sewanee Vanderbilt Kentucky Florida

Site Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Tuscaloosa Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Nashville Knoxville Knoxville

1929

Date Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 28 Dec. 7

245-26

9-0-1

Result W W W W W W W W T W

Score 41-0 41-7 13-12 15-13 26-7 57-0 37-0 6-0 0-0 13-12

249-51

9-0-1

Opponent Site Result Score Centre Knoxville W 40-6 Chattanooga Chattanooga W 20-0 Mississippi Knoxville W 52-7 Alabama (HC) Knoxville W 6-0 Washington & Lee Roanoke W 39-0 Auburn Knoxville W 27-0 Carson-Newman Knoxville W 73-0 Vanderbilt Knoxville W 13-0 Kentucky Lexington T 6-6 South Carolina Knoxville W 54-0

1930

Date Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 27 Dec. 6

Result Score W 33-0 W 26-0 W 7-0 W 21-7 W 57-0 W 42-0 W 32-12 T 7-7 W 20-0

330-19 9-1

Opponent Site Result Score Maryville Knoxville W 54-0 Centre Knoxville W 18-0 Mississippi Knoxville W 27-0 Alabama Tuscaloosa L 6-18 North Carolina (HC) Knoxville W 9-7 Clemson Knoxville W 27-0 Carson-Newman Knoxville W 34-0 Vanderbilt Nashville W 13-0 Kentucky Knoxville W 8-0 Florida Jacksonville W 13-6

209-31

1931

Date Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 26 Dec. 5

9-0-1

Opponent Site Result Score Maryville Knoxville W 33-0 Clemson Knoxville W 44-0 Mississippi Knoxville W 38-0 Alabama (HC) Knoxville W 25-0 North Carolina Chapel Hill W 7-0 Duke Knoxville W 25-2 Carson-Newman Knoxville W 31-0 Vanderbilt Knoxville W 21-7 Kentucky Lexington T 6-6 New York Charity Game New York University New York W 13-0

243-15

1932 9-0-1 SOUTHERN CONF. CHAMPIONS

Date Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 24 Dec. 3

Opponent Chattanooga Mississippi North Carolina Alabama Maryville Duke (HC) Mississippi A&M Vanderbilt Kentucky Florida

Site Result Score Chattanooga W 13-0 Knoxville W 33-0 Knoxville W 20-7 Birmingham W 7-3 Knoxville W 60-0 Knoxville W 16-13 Knoxville W 31-0 Nashville T 0-0 Knoxville W 26-0 Jacksonville W 32-13

238-36

southeastern conference (1933-present) 1933

Date Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 30 Dec. 9

Opponent Virginia Tech Mississippi State Duke Alabama (HC) Florida Geo. Washington Mississippi Vanderbilt Kentucky LSU

7-3 • 5-2 SEC

Site Result Score Knoxville W 27-0 Knoxville W 20-0 Durham L 2-10 Knoxville L 6-12 Knoxville W 13-6 Washington, D.C. W 13-0 Knoxville W 35-6 Knoxville W 33-6 Lexington W 27-0 Baton Rouge L 0-7

SEC Finish: 4th 176-47 1934

Date Sept. 29 Oct. 5 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 29 Dec. 8

Opponent Centre North Carolina Mississippi Alabama Duke (HC) Fordham Mississippi State Vanderbilt Kentucky LSU

8-2 • 5-1 SEC

Site Result Score Knoxville W 32-0 Chapel Hill W 19-7 Knoxville W 27-0 Birmingham L 6-13 Knoxville W 14-6 New York L 12-13 Knoxville W 14-0 Nashville W 13-6 Knoxville W 19-0 Knoxville W 19-13

SEC Finish: 3rd 175-58

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Date Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 26

1927 8-0-1 SOUTHERN CONF. CHAMPIONS

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Date Opponent Site Result Score Sept. 24 *Emory & Henry Knoxville W 27-0 Oct. 1 Maryville Maryville W 7-0 Oct. 8 Chattanooga Knoxville W 21-0 Oct. 15 Dartmouth Hanover L 3-14 Oct. 22 Florida Knoxville W 9-0 Oct. 29 Vanderbilt Nashville L 0-14 Nov. 5 Mississippi A&M Memphis W 14-7 Nov. 12 Sewanee Knoxville W 21-0 Nov. 24 Kentucky Lexington T 0-0 *First game played on Shields-Watkins Field 102-35

Opponent Army Maryville Georgetown Georgia Mississippi A&M Tulane Vanderbilt Va. Military Inst. Mississippi Kentucky

THE VOLS

Coaching record: 27-15-3.

Date Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24 Nov. 29

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RECORDS w.h. britton 1935

An end coach and scout on Neyland’s staff since 1926, he was elevated to head coach for one season while Neyland was called to active duty in the Panama Canal Zone. Upon Neyland’s return he continued his duties as end coach and scout until 1947.

Coaching record: 4-5-0.

1935

Date Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 28

Opponent Southwestern North Carolina Auburn Alabama (HC) Centre Duke Mississippi Vanderbilt Kentucky

4-5 • 2-3 sec

Site Result Score Knoxville W 20-0 Knoxville L 13-38 Birmingham W 13-6 Knoxville L 0-25 Knoxville W 25-14 Durham L 6-19 Memphis W 14-13 Knoxville L 7-13 Lexington L 0-27

SEC Finish: T-9th 98-155

R.R. Neyland 1936-40

Upon his return from active Army duty, Major Neyland quickly began to rebuild the team with solid freshmen units in 1936-37 which produced undefeated teams in 1938, 1939, and 1940. The 1939 team is the last team in NCAA history to be unscored upon in regular season play. His teams compiled a 22-game winning streak.

Coaching record: 43-7-3.

1936

6-2-2 • 3-1-2 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 26 Chattanooga Knoxville W 13-0 L 6-14 Oct. 3 North Carolina Chapel Hill Oct. 10 Auburn Knoxville L 0-6 Oct. 17 Alabama Birmingham T 0-0 Oct. 24 Duke (HC) Knoxville --/2 W 15-13 Oct. 31 Georgia Athens W 46-0 Knoxville W 34-0 Nov. 7 Maryville Nov. 14 Vanderbilt Nashville W 26-13 Nov. 26 Kentucky Knoxville 17/-- W 7-6 Dec. 5 Mississippi Memphis 17/-- T 0-0

SEC Finish: 4th • 17th AP 147-52 1937

6-3-1 • 4-3 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 25 Wake Forest Knoxville W 32-0 Oct. 2 Virginia Tech Knoxville W 27-0 Oct. 9 Duke Durham T 0-0 Oct. 16 Alabama Knoxville L 7-14 Oct. 23 Sewanee Knoxville W 32-0 Oct. 30 Georgia Knoxville W 32-0 Nov. 6 Auburn Birmingham 7/-- L 7-20 Nov. 13 Vanderbilt (HC) Knoxville L 7-13 Nov. 25 Kentucky Lexington W 13-0 Dec. 4 Mississippi Memphis W 32-0

1938 11-0 • 7-0 SEC national CHAMPIONS

Dunkel, Litkenhous, boand, houlgate, poling

sec CHAMPIONS AP Rank Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Date Opponent Sept. 24 Sewanee Knoxville W 26-3 Oct. 1 Clemson Knoxville W 20-7 Oct. 8 Auburn Knoxville W 7-0 Birmingham W 13-0 Oct. 15 Alabama Oct. 22 The Citadel Knoxville 8/-- W 44-0 Oct. 29 LSU (HC) Knoxville 8/-- W 14-6 Nov. 5 Chattanooga Knoxville 6/-- W 45-0 Nov. 12 Vanderbilt Nashville 4/-- W 14-0 Knoxville 4/-- W 46-0 Nov. 24 Kentucky Dec. 3 Mississippi Memphis 4/-- W 47-0 Orange Bowl Jan. 2 Oklahoma Miami 2/4 W 17-0

Gen. Neyland discusses the Vols play against Boston College in the 1941 Sugar Bowl along with Buist Warren (21) and Bob Foxx (77). Tennessee lost a nailbiter, 19-13, to the Golden Eagles.

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SEC Finish: 1st • 2nd AP 293-16 1939 10-1 • 6-0 SEC SEC CHAMPIONS

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score W 13-0 Sept. 29 North Carolina St. Raleigh Oct. 7 Sewanee Knoxville W 40-0 Oct. 14 Chattanooga Chattanooga W 28-0 Oct. 21 Alabama (HC) Knoxville 5/8 W 21-0 Oct. 28 Mercer Knoxville 1/-- W 17-0 Baton Rouge 1/18 W 20-0 Nov. 4 LSU Nov. 11 The Citadel Knoxville 1/-- W 34-0 Nov. 18 Vanderbilt Knoxville 1/-- W 13-0 Nov. 30 Kentucky Lexington 4/-- W 19-0 Dec. 9 Auburn Knoxville 2/-- W 7-0 Rose Bowl Southern Cal Pasadena 2/3 L 0-14 Jan. 1

SEC Finish: T-1st • 2nd AP 212-14 1940 10-1 • 5-0 SEC national CHAMPIONS Dunkel, williamson

sec CHAMPIONS AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 28 Mercer Knoxville W 49-0 Oct. 5 Duke Knoxville W 13-0 Oct. 12 Chattanooga Knoxville W 53-0 Oct. 19 Alabama Birmingham 5/-- W 27-12 Oct. 26 Florida Knoxville 5/-- W 14-0 Nov. 2 LSU Knoxville 7/-- W 28-0 Nov. 9 Southwestern Memphis 5/-- W 41-0 Nov. 16 Virginia Knoxville 5/-- W 41-14 Nov. 23 Kentucky (HC) Knoxville 6/-- W 33-0 Nov. 30 Vanderbilt Nashville 6/-- W 20-0 Sugar Bowl Jan. 1 Boston College New Orleans 4/5 L 13-19

SEC Finish: 1st • 4th AP 332-45

SEC Finish: 7th 189-47 172

1944

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7-1-1 • 5-0-1 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 30 Kentucky Knoxville W 26-13 Oct. 7 Mississippi Memphis W 20-7 Oct. 14 Florida Knoxville 15/-- W 40-0 Knoxville 17/-- T 0-0 Oct. 21 Alabama Oct. 28 Clemson Knoxville 19t/-- W 26-7 Baton Rouge 16/-- W 13-0 Nov. 4 *LSU N Nov. 18 Temple (HC) Knoxville 17/-- W 27-14 Nov. 25 Kentucky Lexington 15/-- W 21-7 Rose Bowl Jan. 1 Southern Cal Pasadena 12/7 L 0-25

1941-45

When war again interrupted Neyland’s coaching career, Barnhill, a former Vol and coach under Neyland, was named as head coach. He compiled an outstanding record and upon Neyland’s return in 1946 he accepted the head coaching job at Arkansas where he also served as athletic director.

Coaching record: 32-5-2.

1941

8-2 • 3-1 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 20 Furman Knoxville W 32-6 Oct. 4 Duke Durham L 0-19 Knoxville W 26-0 Oct. 11 Dayton Oct. 18 Alabama Knoxville L 2-9 Oct. 25 Cincinnati Knoxville W 21-6 Baton Rouge W 13-6 Nov. 1 LSU Knoxville W 28-6 Nov. 8 Howard Nov. 15 Boston College Boston --/18 W 14-7 Lexington W 20-7 Nov. 22 Kentucky Nov. 29 Vanderbilt (HC) Knoxville --/12 W 26-7

SEC Finish: 2nd • 18th AP 182-73 1942

9-1-1 • 4-1 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 26 South Carolina Columbia T 0-0 Oct. 3 Fordham Knoxville W 40-14 Oct. 10 Dayton Knoxville W 34-6 Oct. 17 Alabama Birmingham 15t/4 L 0-8 Oct. 24 Furman Knoxville 17t/-- W 52-7 Oct. 31 LSU Knoxville 20/19 W 26-0 Nov. 7 Cincinnati Knoxville 13/-- W 34-12 Nov. 14 Mississippi Memphis 11/-- W 14-0 Nov. 21 Kentucky (HC) Knoxville 11/-- W 26-0 Nov. 28 Vanderbilt Nashville 10/-- W 19-7 Sugar Bowl Jan. 1 Tulsa New Orleans 7/4 W 14-7

SEC Finish: T-2nd • 7th AP 259-61 1943 • no team, World War II

SEC Finish: 2nd • 12th AP 173-73 *Tennessee’s first night game 1945

8-1 • 3-1 SEC

AP Rank Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Date Opponent Sept. 29 Wake Forest Knoxville W 7-6 Oct. 6 William & Mary Knoxville W 48-13 Oct. 13 Chattanooga Knoxville 18/-- W 30-0 Oct. 20 Alabama Birmingham --/6 L 7-25 Knoxville W 33-2 Oct. 27 Villanova Nov. 3 North Carolina Knoxville W 20-6 Nov. 10 Mississippi Memphis W 34-0 Nov. 24 Kentucky Lexington 14/-- W 14-0 Dec. 1 Vanderbilt (HC) Knoxville 17/-- W 45-0

SEC Finish: 2nd • 14th AP 238-52

r.r. neyland 1946-52

General Neyland’s retirement from military service enabled him to devote full time to building one of the best programs in the country. He led the national title team in 1951 and took the Vols to three straight major bowl appearances. Poor health in 1952 forced his retirement to athletic director, a position he held until his death in 1962. His record for this period was 54-17-4.

Coaching record: 173-31-12.

1946 SEC CHAMPIONS

9-2 • 5-0 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 28 Georgia Tech Knoxville W 13-9 Oct. 5 Duke Durham W 12-7 Oct. 12 Chattanooga Knoxville 8t/-- W 47-7 9/7 W 12-0 Oct. 19 Alabama (HC) Knoxville Oct. 26 Wake Forest Knoxville 4/-- L 6-19 Nov. 2 North Carolina Knoxville 10/9 W 20-14 Memphis 7/-- W 18-14 Nov. 9 Mississippi Nov. 16 Boston College Chestnut Hill 8/-- W 33-13 Nov. 23 Kentucky Knoxville 7/-- W 7-0 Nov. 30 Vanderbilt Nashville 8/-- W 7-6 Orange Bowl Jan. 1 Rice Miami 7/10 L 0-8

SEC Finish: T-1st • 7th AP 175-97


ALL-TIME RESULTS 1952

5-5 • 2-3 SEC

SEC Finish: T-9th 164-152 4-4-2 • 2-3-1 SEC

7-2-1 • 4-1-1 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 24 Mississippi State Knoxville W 10-0 Oct. 1 Duke Knoxville L 7-21 W 39-7 Oct. 8 Chattanooga Knoxville Oct. 15 Alabama Birmingham T 7-7 Oct. 22 Tennessee Tech Knoxville W 36-6 Oct. 29 North Carolina Chapel Hill --/13 W 35-6 14/-- L 13-30 Nov. 5 Georgia Tech (HC) Knoxville Nov. 12 Mississippi Memphis W 35-7 Lexington --/11 W 6-0 Nov. 19 Kentucky Nov. 26 Vanderbilt Knoxville 18/-- W 26-20

1953-54

1951 10-1 • 5-0 SEC national CHAMPIONS

A tailback on General Neyland’s teams of the early Thirties and a member of Neyland’s staff from 1946, he accepted the head coaching position for two years following the General’s retirement. He went to Florida as an assistant coach and then returned to UT in 1960 as a member of Bowden Wyatt’s staff. Coaching record: 10-10-1.

consensus

sec CHAMPIONS AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score 1/-- W 14-0 Sept. 29 Mississippi State Knoxville Oct. 6 Duke Knoxville 3/16 W 26-0 Oct. 13 Chattanooga Knoxville 3/-- W 42-13 Oct. 20 Alabama Birmingham *CBS 2/-- W 27-13 Oct. 27 Tennessee Tech Knoxville 1/-- W 68-0 1/-- W 27-0 Nov. 3 North Carolina Chapel Hill Nov. 10 Wash. & Lee Knoxville 1/-- W 60-14 Nov. 17 Mississippi Oxford 2/-- W 46-21 Nov. 24 Kentucky Lexington 1/9 W 28-0 Dec. 1 Vanderbilt (HC) Knoxville 1/-- W 35-27 Sugar Bowl Maryland New Orleans 1/3 L 13-28 Jan. 1

SEC Finish: T-1st • 1st AP 386-116

*First Tennessee game televised (Local Birmingham CBS affiliate)

1953

6-4-1 • 3-2-1 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 26 Mississippi State Knoxville 17/-- L 0-26 Oct. 3 Duke Knoxville L 7-21 Oct. 10 Chattanooga Knoxville W 40-7 Oct. 17 Alabama Birmingham NBC T 0-0 Oct. 24 Louisville Knoxville W 59-6 Oct. 31 North Carolina Chapel Hill W 20-6 Nov. 7 LSU (HC) Knoxville W 32-14 Nov. 14 Florida Gainesville 18/-- W 9-7 Nov. 21 Kentucky Lexington --/13 L 21-27 Knoxville W 33-6 Nov. 28 Vanderbilt Dec. 5 Houston Houston L 19-33

SEC Finish: 7th 240-153

SEC Finish: 3rd • 17th AP 214-104

1954

1950 11-1 • 4-1 SEC national CHAMPIONS

4-6 • 1-5 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 25 Mississippi State Memphis W 19-7 Oct. 2 Duke Durham --/7 L 6-7 Oct. 9 Chattanooga Knoxville W 20-14 Oct. 16 Alabama Knoxville L 0-27 Oct. 23 Dayton Knoxville W 14-7 W 26-20 Oct. 30 North Carolina Knoxville L 7-28 Nov. 6 Georgia Tech Atlanta Nov. 13 Florida (HC) Knoxville L 0-14 Knoxville L 13-14 Nov. 20 Kentucky Nov. 27 Vanderbilt Nashville L 0-26

Dunkel

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 23 Miss. Southern Knoxville 4/-- W 56-0 Sept. 30 Mississippi State Starkville 4/-- L 0-7 Oct. 7 Duke Durham --/14 W 28-7 Oct. 14 Chattanooga Knoxville 14/-- W 41-0 Oct. 21 Alabama Knoxville 18/-- W 14-9 Oct. 28 Wash. & Lee Knoxville 8/-- W 27-20 Nov. 4 N. Carolina (HC) Knoxville 11/-- W 16-0 Nov. 11 Tennessee Tech Knoxville 11/-- W 48-14 Nov. 18 Mississippi Knoxville 9/-- W 35-0 Nov. 25 Kentucky Knoxville 9/3 W 7-0 Dec. 2 Vanderbilt Nashville 4/-- W 43-0 Cotton Bowl Jan. 1 Texas Dallas 4/3 W 20-14

harvey robinson

SEC Finish: T-11th 105-164

No. 4 Tennessee takes the field in the 1951 Cotton Bowl. The Big Orange beat the third-ranked Texas Longhorns 20-14 to finish off the season with an 11-1 record.

1955

6-3-1 • 3-2-1 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 24 Mississippi State Knoxville L 7-13 Oct. 1 Duke Knoxville --/16 L 0-21 Oct. 8 Chattanooga Knoxville W 13-0 Oct. 15 Alabama Birmingham W 20-0 Oct. 22 Dayton Knoxville W 53-7 Oct. 29 North Carolina Chapel Hill W 48-7 Nov. 5 Georgia Tech (HC) Knoxville --/8 T 7-7 Nov. 12 Florida Gainesville W 20-0 Nov. 19 Kentucky Lexington 17/-- L 0-23 Nov. 26 Vanderbilt Knoxville --/19 W 20-14

SEC Finish: 4th 188-92 1956 10-1 • 6-0 SEC SEC CHAMPIONS

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 29 Auburn Birmingham W 35-7 Oct. 6 Duke Durham 9/-- W 33-20 6/-- W 42-20 Oct. 13 Chattanooga Knoxville Oct. 20 Alabama Knoxville 7/-- W 24-0 Oct. 27 Maryland Knoxville 4/-- W 34-7 Nov. 3 North Carolina (HC) Knoxville 3/-- W 20-0 Nov. 10 Georgia Tech Atlanta 3/2 W 6-0 Knoxville 1/19 W 27-7 Nov. 17 Mississippi Nov. 24 Kentucky Knoxville 2/-- W 20-7 Dec. 1 Vanderbilt Nashville 2/-- W 27-7 Sugar Bowl Jan. 1 Baylor New Orleans ABC 2/13 L 7-13

SEC Finish: 1st • 2nd AP 275-88 1957 8-3 • 4-3 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 28 Auburn Knoxville 8/-- L 0-7 Oct. 5 Mississippi State Knoxville W 14-9 Oct. 12 Chattanooga Knoxville 19/-- W 28-13 Oct. 19 Alabama Birmingham W 14-0 Oct. 26 Maryland College Park W 16-0 Nov. 2 North Carolina Chapel Hill 17/-- W 35-0 Nov. 9 Ga. Tech (HC) Knoxville 9/18 W 21-6 Nov. 16 Mississippi Memphis 7/8 L 7-14 Nov. 23 Kentucky Lexington 12/-- L 6-20 Nov. 30 Vanderbilt Knoxville 18/-- W 20-6 Gator Bowl Dec. 28 Texas A&M Jacksonville ABC 13/9 W 3-0

SEC Finish: 5th • 13th AP 164-75

SEC Finish: 2nd • 4th AP 335-71

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1949

SEC Finish: 2nd • 8th AP 259-79

A legendary player at Tennessee, he returned as head coach after winning championships at Wyoming and Arkansas. In his second season with the Vols, he was voted national coach of the year in recognition for guiding the Orange to the SEC championship. He remained as coach for eight years. Coaching record: 49-29-4.

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SEC Finish: 8th 140-98

Led by left end Bud Sherrod (33), the Vols press the kicking game and try to block an Alabama field goal attempt. Tennessee beat the Tide 14-9 at Neyland Stadium in 1950.

1955-62

THE VOLS

1948

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 25 Mississippi State Knoxville L 6-21 Oct. 2 Duke Durham T 7-7 20/-- W 26-0 Oct. 9 Chattanooga Knoxville Oct. 16 Alabama (HC) Knoxville W 21-6 Oct. 23 Tennessee Tech Knoxville W 41-0 Oct. 30 North Carolina Knoxville --/3 L 7-14 Nov. 6 Georgia Tech Atlanta --/6 W 13-6 Memphis 18/-- L 13-16 Nov. 13 Mississippi Nov. 20 Kentucky Knoxville T 0-0 Nov. 27 Vanderbilt Nashville --/15 L 6-28

bowden wyatt

8-2-1 • 5-0-1 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score 6/-- W 14-7 Sept. 27 Mississippi State Memphis Oct. 4 Duke Durham 11/10 L 0-7 Oct. 11 Chattanooga Knoxville W 26-6 Knoxville --/18 W 20-0 Oct. 18 Alabama Oct. 25 Wofford Knoxville 13/-- W 50-0 Nov. 1 North Carolina Knoxville 12/-- W 41-14 Nov. 8 LSU Baton Rouge 8/-- W 22-3 Nov. 15 Florida (HC) Knoxville 7/18 W 26-12 Nov. 22 Kentucky Knoxville 7/-- T 14-14 Nov. 29 Vanderbilt Nashville 9/-- W 46-0 Cotton Bowl Jan. 1 Texas Dallas NBC 8/10 L 0-16

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1947

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 27 Georgia Tech Atlanta L 0-27 Oct. 4 Duke (HC) Knoxville L 7-19 Oct. 11 Chattanooga Knoxville W 26-7 Birmingham L 0-10 Oct. 18 Alabama Oct. 25 Tennessee Tech Knoxville W 49-0 L 6-20 Nov. 1 North Carolina Chapel Hill Nov. 8 Mississippi Memphis L 13-43 Nov. 15 Boston College Knoxville W 38-13 Nov. 22 Kentucky Lexington W 13-6 Nov. 29 Vanderbilt Knoxville W 12-7


RECORDS 1958

4-6 • 4-3 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 27 Auburn Birmingham NBC --/3 L 0-13 Oct. 4 Mississippi State Memphis --/11 W 13-8 Oct. 11 Georgia Tech Atlanta L 7-21 Oct. 18 Alabama Knoxville W 14-7 Knoxville L 0-10 Oct. 25 Florida State Nov. 1 North Carolina Knoxville --/17 L 7-21 Nov. 8 Chattanooga Knoxville L 6-14 Nov. 15 Mississippi (HC) Knoxville --/7 W 18-16 Nov. 22 Kentucky Knoxville L 2-6 Nov. 29 Vanderbilt Nashville --/15 W 10-6

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Dec. 1 Vanderbilt Nashville W 30-0

SEC Finish: 10th 179-134

jim mcdonald 1963

After serving since 1955 as an assistant to Bowden Wyatt, this one-time Ohio State football and basketball star was elevated to the head coach position in the summer of 1963 and served for one season. He then remained on the athletic staff as assistant athletic director.

SEC Finish: 5th 77-122 1959 5-4-1 • 3-4-1 SEC

AP Rank Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Date Opponent Sept. 26 Auburn Knoxville --/3 W 3-0 Oct. 3 Mississippi State Knoxville 9/-- W 22-6 Oct. 10 Georgia Tech Knoxville 8/3 L 7-14 Oct. 17 Alabama Birmingham 14/-- T 7-7 Oct. 24 Chattanooga Knoxville W 23-0 Oct 31 North Carolina Chapel Hill 20/-- W 29-7 Nov. 7 LSU (HC) Knoxville 13/1 W 14-13 Nov. 14 Mississippi Memphis 9/-- L 7-37 Nov. 21 Kentucky Lexington 20/-- L 0-20 Nov. 28 Vanderbilt Knoxville L 0-14

SEC Finish: 8th 112-118 1960 6-2-2 • 3-2-2 SEC

AP Rank Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Date Opponent Sept. 24 Auburn Birmingham W 10-3 Oct. 1 Mississippi State Memphis 11/-- T 0-0 Oct. 8 Tampa Knoxville W 62-7 Oct. 15 Alabama Knoxville --/15 W 20-7 Oct. 22 Chattanooga Knoxville 12/-- W 35-0 Oct. 29 North Carolina Knoxville 11/-- W 27-14 Nov. 5 Georgia Tech Atlanta 8/-- L 7-14 Nov. 12 Mississippi (HC) Knoxville 14/4 L 3-24 Nov. 19 Kentucky Knoxville T 10-10 Nov. 26 Vanderbilt Nashville W 35-0

SEC Finish: T-5th 209-79 1961 6-4 • 4-3 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 30 Auburn Knoxville L 21-24 Oct. 7 Mississippi St. (HC) Knoxville W 17-3 Oct. 14 Tulsa Knoxville W 52-6 Oct. 21 Alabama Birmingham ABC --/5 L 3-34 Oct. 28 Chattanooga Knoxville W 20-7 Nov. 4 North Carolina Chapel Hill L 21-22 Nov. 11 Georgia Tech Knoxville --/9 W 10-6 Nov. 18 Mississippi Memphis --/6 L 10-24 Nov. 25 Kentucky Lexington W 26-16 Dec. 2 Vanderbilt Knoxville W 41-7

SEC Finish: T-4th 221-149 1962 4-6 • 2-6 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 29 Auburn Birmingham L 21-22 Oct. 6 Mississippi St. Memphis L 6-7 Oct. 13 Georgia Tech Atlanta L 0-17 Oct. 20 Alabama Knoxville CBS --/2 L 7-27 Oct. 27 Chattanooga Knoxville W 48-14 Nov. 3 Wake Forest Knoxville W 23-0 Nov. 10 Tulane Knoxville W 28-16 Nov. 17 Mississippi (HC) Knoxville --/3 L 6-19 Nov. 24 Kentucky Knoxville L 10-12

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Coaching record: 5-5.

1963

5-5 • 3-5 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 21 Richmond Knoxville W 34-6 Sept. 28 Auburn Knoxville L 19-23 Oct. 5 Mississippi State Knoxville L 0-7 L 7-23 Oct. 12 Georgia Tech (HC) Knoxville Oct. 19 Alabama Birmingham --/9 L 0-35 Oct. 26 Chattanooga Knoxville W 49-7 Nov. 9 Tulane New Orleans W 26-0 Nov. 16 Mississippi Memphis --/3 L 0-20 Nov. 23 Kentucky Lexington W 19-0 Nov. 30 Vanderbilt Knoxville W 14-0

SEC Finish: 8th 168-121

doug dickey 1964-69

He was hired off the staff of the University of Arkansas to head up the job of rebuilding Tennessee’s football fortunes and succeeded in leading the Vols to SEC championships in 1967 and 1969. The former Florida quarterback returned to his alma mater as head coach following the 1969 season.

Coaching record: 46-15-4.

1964

4-5-1 • 1-5-1 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 19 Chattanooga Knoxville W 10-6 Sept. 26 Auburn Birmingham --/8 L 0-3 W 14-13 Oct. 3 Mississippi State N Memphis Oct. 10 Boston College Knoxville W 16-14 Oct. 17 Alabama Knoxville --/3 L 8-19 Oct. 24 LSU Baton Rouge NBC --/7 T 3-3 Nov. 7 Georgia Tech Atlanta --/7 W 22-14 Nov. 14 Mississippi (HC) Knoxville L 0-30 Nov. 21 Kentucky Knoxville L 7-12 Nov. 28 Vanderbilt Nashville L 0-7

SEC Finish: 10th 80-121 1965

8-1-2 • 3-1-2 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Knoxville W 21-0 Sept. 18 Army Sept. 25 Auburn Knoxville T 13-13 W 24-3 Oct. 9 South Carolina (HC) Knoxville Birmingham T 7-7 Oct. 16 Alabama Oct. 23 Houston Knoxville W 17-8 Nov. 6 Georgia Tech Knoxville --/7 W 21-7 Nov. 13 Mississippi Memphis NBC 8/-- L 13-14 Nov. 20 Kentucky Lexington W 19-3

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AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Nov. 27 Vanderbilt Knoxville 9/-- W 21-3 Dec. 4 UCLA Memphis 7/5 W 37-34 Bluebonnet Bowl Houston NBC 7/-- W 27-6 Dec. 18 Tulsa

SEC Finish: T-3rd • 10th AP 220-98 1966

8-3 • 4-2 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 24 Auburn Birmingham W 28-0 Oct. 1 Rice Knoxville 10/-- W 23-3 ABC 8/9 L 3-6 Oct. 8 Georgia Tech Atlanta Oct. 15 Alabama Knoxville --/3 L 10-11 Oct. 22 South Carolina Knoxville W 29-17 Oct. 29 Army Memphis W 38-7 10/-- W 28-10 Nov. 5 Chattanooga Knoxville Nov. 12 Mississippi (HC) Knoxville 10/-- L 7-14 Nov. 19 Kentucky Knoxville ABC W 28-19 Nov. 26 Vanderbilt Nashville W 28-0 Gator Bowl Dec. 31 Syracuse Jacksonville ABC W 18-12

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Oct. 4 Memphis St. N Memphis 10/-- W 55-16 Oct. 11 Georgia Tech Knoxville 10/-- W 26-8 Oct. 18 Alabama Birmingham 7/20 W 41-14 Nov. 1 Georgia Athens 3/11 W 17-3 3/-- W 29-14 Nov. 8 South Carolina (HC) Knoxville Jackson 3/18 L 0-38 Nov. 15 Mississippi Nov. 22 Kentucky Lexington 9/-- W 31-26 Nov. 29 Vanderbilt Knoxville 10/-- W 40-27 Gator Bowl Dec. 27 Florida Jacksonville NBC 11/14 L 13-14

SEC Finish: 1st • 15th AP 328-179

bill battle 1970-76

The youngest head coach in the nation when he took over the Vol reins at age 28. Battle molded three teams that ranked in the top 10 nationally and took the Vols to five straight bowls.

Coaching record: 59-22-2.

SEC Finish: 5th 240-99 1967 9-2 • 6-0 SEC national CHAMPIONS Litkenhous

sec CHAMPIONS AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 16 UCLA N Los Angeles 9/8 L 16-20 Sept. 30 Auburn Knoxville W 27-13 Oct. 14 Georgia Tech Knoxville ABC W 24-13 Oct. 21 Alabama Birmingham 7/6 W 24-13 Oct. 28 LSU Knoxville 4/-- W 17-14 Nov. 4 Tampa Tampa 3/-- W 38-0 Nov. 11 Tulane (HC) Knoxville 2/-- W 35-14 Nov. 18 Mississippi Memphis 2/-- W 20-7 Nov. 25 Kentucky Lexington 2/-- W 17-7 Dec. 2 Vanderbilt Knoxville 2/-- W 41-14 Orange Bowl Jan. 1 Oklahoma N Miami NBC 2/3 L 24-26

SEC Finish: 1st • 2nd AP 283-141 1968

8-2-1 • 4-1-1 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 14 *Georgia Knoxville ABC 9/-- T 17-17 Sept. 28 Memphis St. Knoxville 16/-- W 24-17 Oct. 5 Rice N Houston 15/-- W 52-0 Oct. 12 Georgia Tech Atlanta 10/-- W 24-7 Oct. 19 Alabama Knoxville ABC 8/-- W 10-9 Nov. 2 UCLA (HC) Knoxville 5/-- W 42-18 Nov. 9 Auburn N Birmingham 5/-- L 14-28 Nov. 16 Mississippi Knoxville 11/-- W 31-0 Nov. 23 Kentucky Knoxville 8/-- W 24-7 Nov. 30 Vanderbilt Nashville 7/-- W 10-7 Cotton Bowl Jan. 1 Texas Dallas CBS 8/5 L 13-36

SEC Finish: 2nd • 13th AP 261-146 *First game played on Tartan Turf in Neyland Stadium

1969 SEC CHAMPIONS

9-2 • 5-1 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score 3 15/-- W 31-0 Sept. 20 TN.-Chattanooga Knoxville Sept. 27 Auburn Knoxville ABC 19/17 W 45-19

1970

11-1 • 4-1 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 19 SMU Knoxville W 28-3 Sept. 26 Auburn Birmingham 17/-- L 23-36 Oct. 3 Army Knoxville W 48-3 Oct. 10 Georgia Tech Atlanta 20/13 W 17-6 Oct. 17 Alabama Knoxville 14/-- W 24-0 Oct. 24 Florida Knoxville ABC 11/-- W 38-7 Oct. 31 Wake Forest Memphis 9/-- W 41-7 Nov. 7 South Carolina Columbia 8/-- W 20-18 Nov. 21 Kentucky (HC) Knoxville 8/-- W 45-0 Nov. 28 Vanderbilt Nashville 7/-- W 24-6 Dec. 5 UCLA Knoxville 5/-- W 28-17 Sugar Bowl Jan. 1 Air Force New Orleans ABC 4/11 W 34-13

SEC Finish: 2nd • 4th AP 370-116 1971

10-2 • 4-2 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 18 UCSB Knoxville 8/-- W 48-6 Sept. 25 Auburn Knoxville ABC 9/5 L 9-10 Oct. 2 Florida N Gainesville 12/-- W 20-13 Oct. 9 Georgia Tech Knoxville 13/-- W 10-6 Oct. 16 Alabama Birmingham 14/4 L 15-32 Oct. 23 Mississippi State Memphis 18/-- W 10-7 Oct. 30 Tulsa Knoxville 16/-- W 38-3 Nov. 6 S. Carolina (HC) Knoxville 11/-- W 35-6 Nov. 20 Kentucky Lexington 11/-- W 21-7 Nov. 27 Vanderbilt Knoxville 11/-- W 19-7 Dec. 4 Penn State Knoxville ABC 12/5 W 31-11 Liberty Bowl Dec. 20 Arkansas N Memphis ABC 9/18 W 14-13

SEC Finish: T-4th • 9th AP 270-121 1972

10-2 • 4-2 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 9 Georgia Tech Atlanta ABC 15/-- W 34-3 Sept. 16 *Penn State N Knoxville 7/6 W 28-21 Sept. 23 Wake Forest Knoxville 5/-- W 45-6 Sept. 30 Auburn Birmingham 4/-- L 6-10 Oct. 7 Memphis State Memphis 10/-- W 38-7 Oct. 21 Alabama Knoxville 10/3 L 10-17


ALL-TIME RESULTS Hawaii Knoxville 14/-- Georgia Athens 13/-- Mississippi (HC) Knoxville 13/-- Kentucky Knoxville 12/-- Vanderbilt Nashville 12/-- Astro Bluebonnet Bowl Houston MIZ 11/10 Dec. 30 LSU N

W W W W W

34-2 14-0 17-0 17-7 30-10

W

24-17

SEC Finish: 4th • 8th AP 297-100 *First night game played at Neyland Stadium.

1973

7-5 • 3-3 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 13 Maryland N Knoxville 20/14 W 26-8 Sept. 20 UCLA Los Angeles ABC 10/12 L 28-34 Sept. 27 Auburn Knoxville 16/-- W 21-17 Oct. 11 Louisiana State Knoxville 19/-- W 24-10 Oct. 18 Alabama Birmingham 16/6 L 7-30 Oct. 25 North Texas St. Knoxville L 14-21 Nov. 1 Colorado State Knoxville W 28-7 Nov. 8 Utah (HC) Knoxville W 40-7 Nov. 15 Mississippi Memphis L 6-23 Nov. 22 Kentucky Lexington W 17-13 Nov. 29 Vanderbilt Knoxville L 14-17 Dec. 6 Hawaii N Honolulu W 28-6

SEC Finish: 5th 253-193 6-5 • 2-4 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 11 Duke N Knoxville L 18-21 Sept. 18 Texas Christian N Knoxville W 31-0 Sept. 25 Auburn Birmingham ABC L 28-38 Oct. 2 Clemson Knoxville W 21-19 Oct. 9 Georgia Tech Atlanta W 42-7 Oct. 16 Alabama Knoxville ABC --/20 L 13-20

Vol All-American tailback in the mid-1950s. Majors returned to his alma mater as the University’s 19th head coach after guiding Pittsburgh to the national championship in 1976.

Coaching record: 116-62-8.

1977

4-7 • 1-5 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 10 California N Knoxville L 17-27 Sept. 17 Boston College N Knoxville W 24-18 Knoxville L 12-14 Sept. 24 Auburn Oct. 1 Oregon State Knoxville W 41-10 L 8-24 Oct. 8 Georgia Tech Knoxville Oct. 15 Alabama Birmingham --/4 L 10-24 Oct. 22 Florida Gainesville --/19 L 17-27 Nov. 5 Memphis St. (HC) Knoxville W 27-14 Memphis L 14-43 Nov. 12 Mississippi Nov. 19 Kentucky Lexington --/7 L 17-21 Nov. 26 Vanderbilt Knoxville W 42-7

SEC Finish: 8th 229-229 1978

5-5-1 • 3-3 SEC

AP Rank Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Date Opponent Sept. 16 UCLA N Knoxville --/9 L 0-13 Sept. 23 Oregon State N Knoxville T 13-13 Sept. 30 Auburn Birmingham ABC L 10-29 Oct. 7 Army Knoxville W 31-13 Oct. 21 Alabama Knoxville --/4 L 17-30 Oct. 28 Mississippi State Memphis L 21-34 Nov. 4 Duke Knoxville W 34-0 Nov. 11 Notre Dame South Bend --/14 L 14-31 Nov. 18 Mississippi (HC) Knoxville W 41-17 Nov. 25 Kentucky Knoxville W 29-14 Dec. 2 Vanderbilt Nashville W 41-15

SEC Finish: T-4th 251-209 1979

7-5 • 3-3 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 15 Boston College N Chestnut Hill W 28-16 Sept. 22 Utah N Knoxville W 51-18 Knoxville W 35-17 Sept. 29 Auburn Oct. 6 Mississippi State Memphis 19/-- L 9-28 Oct. 13 Georgia Tech Knoxville W 31-0 Birmingham 18/1 L 17-27 Oct. 20 Alabama Nov. 3 Rutgers (HC) Knoxville 17/-- L 7-13 Nov. 10 Notre Dame Knoxville --/13 W 40-18 Nov. 17 Mississippi Jackson 19/-- L 20-44 Nov. 24 Kentucky Lexington W 20-17 Dec. 1 Vanderbilt Knoxville W 31-10 Bluebonnet Bowl Dec. 31 Purdue N Houston MIZ --/12 L 22-27

SEC Finish: 6th 256-189 1981

8-4 • 3-3 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 5 Georgia Athens --/10 L 0-44 Sept. 12 Southern Cal N Los Angeles --/5 L 7-43 Sept. 19 Colorado State N Knoxville W 42-0 Sept. 26 Auburn Knoxville W 10-7 Oct. 10 Georgia Tech Knoxville W 10-7 Oct. 17 Alabama Birmingham --/15 L 19-38 Oct. 24 Memphis St. Memphis W 28-9 Nov. 7 Wichita St. (HC) Knoxville W 24-21 Nov. 14 Mississippi Knoxville W 28-20 Nov. 21 Kentucky Lexington L 10-21 Nov. 28 Vanderbilt Knoxville W 38-34 Garden State Bowl Dec. 13 Wisconsin E. Rutherford MIZ W 28-21

SEC Finish: T-4th 244-265 1982

6-5-1 • 3-2-1 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 4 Duke N Knoxville L 24-25 Sept. 11 Iowa State N Knoxville W 23-21 Auburn L 14-24 Sept. 25 Auburn Oct. 2 Washington St. Knoxville W 10-3 Oct. 9 LSU N Baton Rouge --/18 T 24-24 Oct. 16 Alabama Knoxville --/2 W 35-28 Oct. 23 Georgia Tech Atlanta ABC L 21-31 Nov. 6 Memphis St. (HC) Knoxville W 29-3 Nov. 13 Mississippi Jackson W 30-17 Nov. 20 Kentucky Knoxville W 28-7 Nov. 27 Vanderbilt Nashville L 21-28 Peach Bowl Dec. 31 Iowa Atlanta CBS L 22-28

SEC Finish: 5th 281-239 1983

9-3 • 4-2 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 3 Pittsburgh N Knoxville L 3-13 Sept. 10 New Mexico N Knoxville W 31-6 Sept. 24 Auburn Knoxville --/11 L 14-37 Oct. 1 The Citadel Memphis W 45-6 Oct. 8 LSU N Knoxville TBS W 20-6 Oct. 15 Alabama Birmingham --/11 W 41-34 Oct. 22 Georgia Tech Knoxville W 37-3 Oct. 29 Rutgers East Rutherford W 7-0 TBS L 10-13 Nov. 12 Mississippi N (HC) Knoxville Nov. 19 Kentucky Lexington CBS W 10-0 Nov. 26 Vanderbilt Knoxville CBS W 34-24 Florida Citrus Bowl Dec. 17 Maryland N Orlando MIZ --/16t W 30-23

1984

7-4-1 • 3-3 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 1 Washington St. N Knoxville W 34-27 Sept. 15 Utah N Knoxville W 27-21 Sept. 22 Army Knoxville T 24-24 Sept. 29 Auburn Auburn TBS --/20 L 10-29 Knoxville --/18 L 30-43 Oct. 13 Florida Oct. 20 Alabama Knoxville W 28-27 Oct. 27 Georgia Tech Atlanta W 24-21 Nov. 10 Memphis St. (HC) Knoxville W 41-9 Nov. 17 Mississippi Jackson W 41-17 Nov. 24 Kentucky Knoxville L 12-17 Dec. 1 Vanderbilt Nashville TBS W 29-13 Sun Bowl Dec. 22 Maryland El Paso CBS --/12 L 27-28

SEC Finish: T-5th 327-276 1985 SEC CHAMPIONS

9-1-2 • 5-1 SEC

AP Rank Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Date Opponent Sept. 14 UCLA Knoxville ABC --/10 T 26-26 Sept. 28 Auburn Knoxville ABC --/1 W 38-20 Oct. 5 Wake Forest Knoxville 16/-- W 31-29 Gainesville 14/7 L 10-17 Oct. 12 Florida Oct. 19 Alabama Birmingham TBS 20/15 W 16-14 Oct. 26 Georgia Tech N Knoxville ESPN 16/-- T 6-6 Nov. 2 Rutgers (HC) Knoxville 19/-- W 40-0 Memphis 19/-- W 17-7 Nov. 9 Memphis St. Nov. 16 Mississippi Knoxville TBS 18/-- W 34-14 Lexington TBS 16/-- W 42-0 Nov. 23 Kentucky Nov. 30 Vanderbilt Knoxville TBS 10/-- W 30-0 Sugar Bowl Jan. 1 Miami (Fla.) N New Orleans ABC 8/2 W 35-7

SEC Finish: 1st • 4th AP 325-140 1986

7-5 • 3-3 SEC

AP Rank Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Date Opponent Sept. 6 New Mexico N Knoxville 10/-- W 35-21 Sept. 13 Mississippi State Knoxville TBS 8/-- L 23-27 Sept. 27 Auburn Auburn ABC --/8 L 8-34 Oct. 4 Texas-El Paso Knoxville W 26-16 Oct. 11 Army Knoxville L 21-25 Oct. 18 Alabama Knoxville ABC --/2 L 28-56 Oct. 25 Georgia Tech N Atlanta TBS L 13-14 Nov. 8 Memphis St. (HC) Knoxville W 33-3 Nov. 15 Mississippi Jackson TBS --/20 W 22-10 Nov. 22 Kentucky Knoxville W 28-9 Nov. 29 Vanderbilt Nashville W 35-20 Liberty Bowl Dec. 29 Minnesota N Memphis RAY W 21-14

SEC Finish: 6th 293-249

SEC Finish: T-3rd 282-165

SEC Finish: T-5th 311-235

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SEC Finish: T-7th • 20th AP 211-181

1977-92

5-6 • 3-3 SEC

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7-3-2 • 2-3-1 SEC

AP Rank Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Date Opponent Sept. 7 UCLA Knoxville ABC 16/12 T 17-17 Sept. 21 Kansas N Knoxville 17t/-- W 17-3 Sept. 28 Auburn Auburn 14/-- L 0-21 Oct. 5 Tulsa Knoxville W 17-10 Oct. 12 LSU N Baton Rouge L 10-20 Oct. 19 Alabama Knoxville --/4 L 6-28 Oct. 26 Clemson Knoxville W 29-28 Nov. 9 Memphis St. Knoxville W 34-6 Nov. 16 Mississippi Memphis W 29-17 Nov. 23 Kentucky (HC) Knoxville W 24-7 Nov. 30 Vanderbilt Nashville T 21-21 Liberty Bowl Dec. 16 Maryland N Memphis ABC --/10 W 7-3

1976

johnny majors

1980

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 6 Georgia N Knoxville --/16 L 15-16 Sept. 13 Southern Cal N Knoxville --/5 L 17-20 Sept. 20 Washington State Knoxville W 35-23 Sept. 27 Auburn Auburn --/18 W 42-0 Oct. 11 Georgia Tech Atlanta W 23-10 Oct. 18 Alabama Knoxville ABC --/1 L 0-27 Oct. 25 Pittsburgh Knoxville --/12 L 6-30 Nov. 1 Virginia (HC) Knoxville L 13-16 Nov. 15 Mississippi Memphis L 9-20 Nov. 22 Kentucky Knoxville W 45-14 Nov. 29 Vanderbilt Nashville W 51-13

THE VOLS

SEC Finish: 4th • 19th AP 291-247

1975

SEC Finish: 8th 237-162

8-4 • 3-3 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Knoxville 9/-- W 21-17 Sept. 15 Duke N Sept. 22 Army West Point 10/-- W 37-18 Sept. 29 Auburn Knoxville 9/11 W 21-0 Oct. 6 Kansas Memphis 9/-- W 28-27 8/-- W 20-14 Oct. 13 Georgia Tech Knoxville Oct. 20 Alabama Birmingham ABC 10/2 L 21-42 14/-- W 39-7 Oct. 27 Texas Christian Knoxville Nov. 3 Georgia (HC) Knoxville 11/-- L 31-35 Nov. 17 Mississippi Jackson ABC 16/-- L 18-28 Nov. 24 Kentucky Lexington W 16-14 Knoxville 19/-- W 20-17 Dec. 1 Vanderbilt Gator Bowl Dec. 29 Texas Tech N Jacksonville ABC 20/11 L 19-28

1974

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Oct. 23 Florida Knoxville --/11 L 18-20 Nov. 6 Memphis St. Memphis W 21-14 Nov. 13 Mississippi (HC) Knoxville W 32-6 Nov. 20 Kentucky Knoxville L 0-7 Nov. 27 Vanderbilt Nashville W 13-10

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RECORDS 1987

10-2-1 • 4-1-1 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Aug. 30 *Iowa E . Rutherford ABC 17/16 W 23-22 Sept. 5 Colorado State N Knoxville 17/-- W 49-3 Sept. 12 Mississippi State Starkville TBS 14/-- W 38-10 Sept. 26 Auburn Knoxville TBS 11/3 T 20-20 Oct. 3 California Knoxville TBS 10/-- W 38-12 Birmingham ESPN 8/-- L 22-41 Oct. 17 Alabama N Oct. 24 Georgia Tech Knoxville 13/-- W 29-15 Oct. 31 Boston College Chestnut Hill GAI 13/-- L 18-20 Nov. 7 Louisville Knoxville 19/-- W 41-10 Nov. 14 Mississippi (HC) Knoxville 18/-- W 55-13 Lexington 15/-- W 24-22 Nov. 21 Kentucky Nov. 28 Vanderbilt Knoxville 16/-- W 38-36 Peach Bowl Jan. 2 Indiana Atlanta MIZ 17/-- W 27-22

SEC Finish: 3rd • 14th AP 422-246 *Kickoff Classic V 1988

5-6 • 3-4 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 3 Georgia N Athens ESPN 18/12 L 17-28 Knoxville L 26-31 Sept. 10 Duke N Sept. 17 LSU Knoxville TBS --/9 L 9-34 Sept. 24 Auburn Auburn CBS --/4 L 6-38 Oct. 1 Washington State Knoxville L 24-52 Oct. 15 Alabama Knoxville --/20 L 20-28 Memphis W 38-25 Oct. 22 Memphis St. Nov. 5 Boston Col. (HC) Knoxville W 10-7 Nov. 12 Mississippi Oxford W 20-12 Nov. 19 Kentucky Knoxville W 28-24 Nov. 26 Vanderbilt Nashville W 14-7

SEC Finish: T-6th 212-286 1989 SEC CHAMPIONS

11-1 • 6-1 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 2 Colorado State N Knoxville W 17-14 Sept. 9 UCLA N Pasadena PPV --/6 W 24-6 Sept. 16 Duke N Knoxville 17/-- W 28-6 Knoxville CBS 12/4 W 21-14 Sept. 30 Auburn Oct. 7 Georgia N (HC) Knoxville ESPN 6/-- W 17-14 Oct. 21 Alabama Birmingham CBS 6/10 L 30-47 Oct. 28 LSU Baton Rouge TBS 11/-- W 45-39 Nov. 11 Akron Knoxville 11/-- W 52-9 Knoxville PPV 9/-- W 33-21 Nov. 18 Mississippi Nov. 25 Kentucky Lexington ESPN 8/-- W 31-10 Dec. 2 Vanderbilt Knoxville TBS 8/-- W 17-10 Cotton Bowl Jan. 1 Arkansas Dallas CBS 8/10 W 31-27

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Oct. 20 Alabama Knoxville ESPN 3/-- L 6-9 Nov. 3 Temple Knoxville PPV 11/-- W 41-20 Nov. 10 Notre Dame Knoxville CBS 9/1 L 29-34 Nov. 17 Mississippi Memphis CBS 14/15 W 22-13 Nov. 24 Kentucky Knoxville TBS 14/-- W 42-28 Dec. 1 Vanderbilt Nashville PPV 12/-- W 49-20 Sugar Bowl Jan. 1 Virginia N New Orleans ABC 10/-- W 23-22

SEC Finish: 1st • 8th AP 465-220 *Pigskin Classic I 1991

SEC Finish: 3rd • 14th AP 352-263 1992

SEC Finish: 3rd East • 12th AP 347-196

EDITOR’S NOTE: The first three games of 1992 were credited to the coaching record of Phillip Fulmer, the other eight regular-season games to the record of Johnny Majors. Fulmer was officially named head coach Nov. 29, and the 1993 Hall of Fame Bowl game was added to his record.

9-2-2 • 5-1-1 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Aug. 26 *Colorado Anaheim NBC 8/5 T 31-31 Sept. 1 Pacific N Knoxville PPV 8/-- W 55-7 Sept. 8 Mississippi State Starkville TBS 8/-- W 40-7 Sept. 15 Texas-El Paso Knoxville 7/-- W 56-0 Sept. 29 Auburn N Auburn ESPN 5/3 T 26-26 Oct. 13 Florida N (HC) Knoxville ESPN 5/9 W 45-3

176

9-3 • 5-3 SEC

AP Rank Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Date Opponent Sept. 5 S’western La. N Knoxville 22/-- W 38-3 Sept. 12 Georgia Athens ABC 20/14 W 34-31 Sept. 19 Florida Knoxville ABC 14/4 W 31-14 Sept. 26 Cincinnati (HC) Knoxville PPV 8/-- W 40-0 LSU N Baton Rouge ESPN 7/-- W 20-0 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Arkansas Knoxville JP 4/-- L 24-25 Oct. 17 Alabama Knoxville ABC 13/4 L 10-17 Oct. 31 South Carolina Columbia JP 16/-- L 23-24 Nov. 14 Memphis St. Memphis PPV 23/-- W 26-21 Nov. 21 Kentucky Knoxville 20/-- W 34-13 Nov. 28 Vanderbilt Nashville PPV 18/-- W 29-25 Hall of Fame Bowl Jan. 1 Boston College Tampa ESPN 17/16 W 38-23

SEC Finish: T-1st • 5th AP 346-217 1990 SEC CHAMPIONS

9-3 • 5-2 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 5 Louisville N Louisville ESPN 11/-- W 28-11 Knoxville TBS 11/21 W 30-16 Sept. 14 UCLA  Sept. 21 Mississippi State Knoxville TBS 6/23 W 26-24 Sept. 28 Auburn N Knoxville ESPN 5/13 W 30-21 Oct. 12 Florida N Gainesville ESPN 4/10 L 18-35 Oct. 19 Alabama Birmingham ABC 8/14 L 19-24 PPV 14/-- W 52-24 Nov. 2 Memphis St. (HC) Knoxville Nov. 9 Notre Dame South Bend NBC 13/5 W 35-34 Nov. 16 Mississippi Knoxville PPV 10/-- W 36-25 Nov. 23 Kentucky Lexington TBS 10/-- W 16-7 Nov. 30 Vanderbilt Knoxville SPS 9/-- W 45-0 Fiesta Bowl Penn State Tempe NBC 10/6 L 17-42 Jan. 1

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phillip fulmer 1992-2008

After serving as an assistant coach at UT for 14 seasons, the former Vol offensive line standout was named the 20th head coach at the close of the 1992 season. The Winchester, Tenn., native presided over one of the brightest times in Big Orange History, including a four-year span when the Vols boasted a 45-5 record, culminating in the 1998 BCS National Championship.

Coaching record: 152-52-1.

1993

10-2 • 7-1 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 4 Louisiana Tech N Knoxville PPV 10/-- W 50-0 Sept. 11 Georgia N Knoxville ESPN 8/22 W 38-6 Sept. 18 Florida Gainesville ABC 5/9 L 34-41 Knoxville JP 11/-- W 42-20 Sept. 25 LSU Oct. 2 Duke (HC) Knoxville PPV 11/-- W 52-19 Oct. 9 Arkansas Little Rock JP 11/-- W 28-14 Oct. 16 Alabama* Birmingham ABC 10/2 T 17-17 Oct. 30 South Carolina Knoxville JP 8/-- W 55-3 Knoxville ABC 7/13 W 45-10 Nov. 6 Louisville Nov. 20 Kentucky Lexington ESPN 7/-- W 48-0 Nov. 27 Vanderbilt Knoxville JP 6/-- W 62-14 Florida Citrus Bowl Jan. 1 Penn State Orlando ABC 6/13 L 13-31

SEC Finish: T-1st East • 12th AP 484-175 *Game later forfeited to Tennessee as a result of NCAA sanctions.

1994

8-4 • 5-3 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 3 UCLA Pasadena ABC 13/14 L 23-25 Sept. 10 Georgia N Athens ESPN 19/23 W 41-23 Sept. 17 Florida N Knoxville ESPN 15/1 L 0-31 JP 23/-- L 21-24 Sept. 24 Mississippi State Starkville Oct. 1 Washington St. (HC) Knoxville --/17 W 10-9 Oct. 8 Arkansas Knoxville PPV W 38-21 Oct. 15 Alabama N Knoxville ESPN --/10 L 13-17 Oct. 29 South Carolina Columbia W 31-22 Nov. 12 5Memphis Knoxville W 24-13 Nov. 19 Kentucky Knoxville JP W 52-0 Nov. 26 Vanderbilt Nashville JP W 65-0 Gator Bowl Dec. 30 Virginia Tech N Gainesville TBS --/17 W 45-23

SEC Finish: 2nd East • 22nd AP 363-208 1995

11-1 • 7-1 SEC

AP Rank Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Date Opponent Sept. 2 East Carolina N Knoxville PPV 8/-- W 27-7 Knoxville ESPN 8/-- W 30-27 Sept. 9 Georgia N Sept. 16 Florida Gainesville ABC 8/4 L 37-62 Sept. 23 Mississippi State Knoxville ABC 15/-- W 52-14 PPV 12/-- W 31-0 Sept. 30 Oklahoma St. (HC) Knoxville Oct. 7 Arkansas Fayetteville PPV 10/18 W 49-31 Birmingham ESPN 6/12 W 41-14 Oct. 14 Alabama N Oct. 28 South Carolina Knoxville JP 5/-- W 56-21 Nov. 4 Southern Miss Knoxville PPV 5/-- W 42-0 Lexington JP 4/-- W 34-31 Nov. 18 Kentucky Nov. 25 Vanderbilt Knoxville JP 5/-- W 12-7 Florida Citrus Bowl Jan. 1 Ohio State Orlando ABC 4t/4t W 20-14

SEC Finish: 2nd East • 3rd AP 431-228

EDITOR’S NOTE: The NCAA officially established overtime period format, which abolished the tie as a viable conclusion to a game beginning with the 1996 football season.

1996

Date Opponent Site Aug. 31 UNLV N Knoxville Sept. 7 UCLA N Knoxville Sept. 21 Florida Knoxville Oct. 3 Mississippi N Memphis Oct. 12 Georgia N Athens Oct. 26 Alabama Knoxville

10-2 • 7-1 SEC

AP Rank TV UT/Opp Result Score PPV 2/-- W 62-3 CBS 2/-- W 35-20 CBS 2/4 L 29-35 ESPN 9/-- W 41-3 ESPN 7/-- W 29-17 CBS 6/7 W 20-13

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Nov. 2 South Carolina Columbia JP 6/-- W 31-14 Nov. 9 Memphis Memphis CBS 6/-- L 17-21 Nov. 16 Arkansas (HC) Knoxville JP 12/-- W 55-14 Nov. 23 Kentucky Knoxville CBS 9/-- W 56-10 Nov. 30 Vanderbilt N Nashville ESPN 9/-- W 14-7 Florida Citrus Bowl Northwestern Orlando ABC 9/11 W 48-28 Jan. 1

SEC Finish: 2nd East • 9th AP 437-185 1997 11-2 • 7-1 SEC SEC CHAMPIONS

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Aug. 30 Texas Tech N Knoxville ESPN 5/-- W 52-17 Sept. 6 UCLA Pasadena ABC 3/-- W 30-24 Gainesville CBS 4/2 L 20-33 Sept. 20 Florida Oct. 4 Mississippi Knoxville CBS 9/-- W 31-17 Knoxville CBS 9/13 W 38-13 Oct. 11 Georgia Oct. 18 Alabama N Birmingham ESPN 9/-- W 38-21 JP 8/-- W 22-7 Nov. 1 South Carolina Knoxville PPV 8/24 W 44-20 Nov. 8 Southern Miss. (HC) Knoxville Nov. 15 Arkansas N Little Rock ESPN2 5/-- W 30-22 Lexington ESPN2 5/-- W 59-31 Nov. 22 Kentucky Nov. 29 Vanderbilt Knoxville CBS 3/-- W 17-10 SEC Championship Game Dec. 6 Auburn N Atlanta ABC 3/11 W 30-29 Orange Bowl Jan. 2 Nebraska N Miami CBS 3/2 L 17-42

SEC Finish: 1st/1st East • 7th AP 428-286 1998 13-0 • 6-0 SEC national CHAMPIONS ncaa consensus

sec CHAMPIONS AP Rank Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Date Opponent Sept. 5 Syracuse Syracuse ESPN 10/17 W 34-33 Sept. 19 *Florida N Knoxville CBS 6/2 W 20-17 OT PPV 4/-- W 42-7 Sept. 26 Houston N Knoxville Oct. 3 Auburn Auburn CBS 3/-- W 17-9 Oct. 10 Georgia Athens CBS 4/7 W 22-3 Oct. 24 Alabama Knoxville CBS 3/-- W 35-18 Oct. 31 South Carolina Columbia JP 3/-- W 49-14 PPV 2/-- W 37-13 Nov. 7 UAB (HC) Knoxville Nov. 14 Arkansas Knoxville CBS 1/10 W 28-24 Nov. 21 Kentucky Knoxville CBS 1/-- W 59-21 Nov. 28 Vanderbilt Nashville ESPN2 1/-- W 41-0 SEC Championship Game Dec. 5 Mississippi St. N Atlanta ABC 1/23 W 24-14 Fiesta Bowl Jan. 4 Florida State N Tempe ABC 1/2 W 23-16

SEC Finish: 1st/1st East • 1st AP 431-189 *First overtime game in Neyland Stadium and for Tennessee

1999

Date Opponent Site Sept. 4 Wyoming N Knoxville Sept. 18 Florida N Gainesville Sept. 25 Memphis (HC) Knoxville Oct. 2 Auburn N Knoxville Oct. 9 Georgia N Knoxville

9-3 • 6-2 SEC

AP Rank TV UT/Opp Result Score ESPN2 2/-- W 42-17 CBS 2/4t L 21-23 PPV 7/-- W 17-16 ESPN 7/-- W 24-0 ESPN 6/10 W 37-20


ALL-TIME RESULTS

SEC Finish: 2nd East • 9th AP 369-194 2000

8-4 • 5-3 SEC

2001

11-2 • 7-1 SEC

SEC Finish: 2nd/1st East • 4th AP 400-251 2002 8-5 • 5-3 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Aug. 31 Wyoming Nashville ESPN2 4/-- W 47-7 Sept. 7 Middle Tenn. N Knoxville PPV 4/-- W 26-3 Sept. 21 Florida Knoxville CBS 4/10 L 13-30 Sept. 28 Rutgers N Knoxville PPV 11/-- W 35-14 Oct. 5 Arkansas N Knoxville ESPN 10/-- W 41-38 60T Oct. 12 Georgia Athens CBS 10/6 L 13-18 Oct. 26 Alabama N Knoxville ESPN 16/19 L 14-34 Nov. 2 South Carolina Columbia CBS 25/-- W 18-10 Nov. 9 Miami (Fla.) (HC) Knoxville CBS --/1 L 3-26 Nov. 16 Mississippi State Starkville JP W 35-17 Nov. 23 Vanderbilt Nashville JP W 24-0 Knoxville JP W 24-0 Nov. 30 Kentucky Peach Bowl Dec. 31 Maryland N Atlanta ESPN --/20 L 3-30

SEC Finish: 3rd East 296-227

2004

10-3 • 7-1 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 5 UNLV N Knoxville ESPN 14/-- W 42-17 Knoxville CBS 13/11 W 30-28 Sept. 18 Florida N Sept. 25 La. Tech N (HC) Knoxville PPV 11/ W 42-17 Oct. 2 Auburn N Knoxville ESPN 10/8 L 10-34 Oct. 9 Georgia Athens CBS 17/3 W 19-14 Oct. 16 Mississippi N Oxford ESPN2 13/ W 21-17 Knoxville CBS 11/ W 17-13 Oct. 23 Alabama Oct. 30 South Carolina Columbia JP 11/ W 43-29 Nov. 6 Notre Dame Knoxville CBS 9/ L 13-17 Nov. 20 Vanderbilt Nashville JP 15/ W 38-33 Nov. 27 Kentucky Knoxville JP 15/ W 37-31 SEC Championship Game Atlanta CBS 15/3 L 28-38 Dec. 4 Auburn N Cotton Bowl Jan. 1 Texas A&M Dallas Fox 15/22 W 38-7

SEC Finish: 2nd/1st East • 13th AP 378-295 2005 5-6 • 3-5 SEC

Date Opponent Site Sept. 3 UAB Knoxville Sept. 17 Florida N Gainesville Baton Rouge Sept. 26 LSU N Oct. 1 Mississippi Knoxville Oct. 8 Georgia Knoxville Oct. 22 Alabama Tuscaloosa Oct. 29 South Carolina N Knoxville South Bend Nov. 5 Notre Dame Nov. 12 Memphis (HC) Knoxville Nov. 19 Vanderbilt Knoxville Nov. 26 Kentucky Lexington

AP Rank TV UT/Opp Result Score JP 3/-- W 17-10 CBS 5/6 L 7-16 ESPN2 10/4 W 30-27 OT JP 10/-- W 27-10 CBS 8/5 L 14-27 CBS 17/5 L 3-6 ESPN2 23/-- L 15-16 NBC --/8 L 21-41 PPV W 20-16 JP L 24-28 JP W 27-8

SEC Finish: 2nd East • 25th AP 362-254 2007

SEC Finish: 1st East • 12th AP 455-382 2008 5-7 • 3-5 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 1 UCLA N Pasedena ESPN 18/-- L 24-27 OT Sept. 13 UAB Knoxville Raycom --/-- W 35-3 Sept. 20 Florida Knoxville CBS --/4 L 6-30 Sept.27 Auburn Auburn CBS --/15 L 12-14 Oct. 4 Northern Illinois Knoxville PPV --/-- W 13-9 Athens CBS --/10 L 14-26 Oct. 11 Georgia Oct. 18 Mississippi St. N Knoxville PPV --/-- W 34-3 Oct. 25 Alabama N Knoxville ESPN --/2 L 9-29 Nov. 1 South Carolina N Columbia ESPN2 --/-- L 6-27 PPV --/-- L 7-13 Nov. 8 Wyoming (HC) Knoxville Nov. 22 Vanderbilt Nashville Raycom --/-- W 20-10 Knoxville ESPN2 --/-- W 28-10 Nov. 29 Kentucky N

SEC Finish: 5th East 208-201

lane kiffin 2009

The son of NFL defensive guru Monte Kiffin and a former national championship offensive coordinator at Southern California, Lane Kiffin occupied the head coaching reins at UT in 2009. Coaching record: 7-6.

SEC Finish: T-4th East 205-205 2006

Date Opponent Site Sept. 2 California Knoxville Sept. 9 Air Force Knoxville Sept. 16 Florida N Knoxville Sept. 23 Marshall (HC) Knoxville Sept. 30 Memphis Memphis Oct. 7 Georgia N Athens Oct. 21 Alabama Knoxville Oct. 28 South Carolina N Columbia Nov. 4 LSU Knoxville

10-4 • 6-2 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 1 California N Berkeley ABC 15/12 L 31-45 Sept. 8 Southern Miss N Knoxville PPV 23/-- W 39-19 Sept. 15 Florida Gainesville CBS 22/5 L 20-59 PPV --/-- W 48-27 Sept. 22 Arkansas State N Knoxville Oct. 6 Georgia Knoxville CBS --/12 W 35-14 Oct. 13 Miss. St. Starkville PPV 25/-- W 33-21 Oct. 20 Alabama Tuscaloosa LFN 20/-- L 17-41 Oct. 27 South Carolina N Knoxville ESPN 24/15 W 27-24 OT Nov. 3 La.-Lafayette (HC) Knoxville PPV 24/-- W 59-7 Nov. 10 Arkansas Knoxville LFN 22/-- W 34-13 Nov. 17 Vanderbilt Knoxville PPV 19/-- W 25-24 Nov. 24 Kentucky Lexington CBS 19/-- W 52-50 4OT SEC Championship Game Dec. 1 LSU Atlanta CBS 14/5 L 14-21 Outback Bowl Jan. 1 Wisconsin Tampa ESPN 16/18 W 21-17

9-4 • 5-3 SEC

AP Rank TV UT/Opp Result Score ESPN 23/9 W 35-18 PPV 11/-- W 31-30 CBS 13/7 L 20-21 PPV 15/-- W 33-7 ESPN 15/-- W 41-7 ESPN 13/10 W 51-33 CBS 7/-- W 16-13 ESPN 8/-- W 31-24 CBS 8/13 L 24-28

2009

Date Opponent Site Sept. 5 Western Kentucky Knoxville Sept. 12 UCLA Knoxville Sept. 19 Florida Gainesville Sept. 26 Ohio Knoxville Oct. 3 Auburn N Knoxville Oct. 10 Georgia Knoxville

7-6 • 4-4 SEC

AP Rank TV UT/Opp Result Score SEC --/-- W 63-7 ESPN --/-- L 15-19 CBS --/1 L 13-23 PPV --/-- W 34-23 ESPN --/-- L 22-26 SEC --/-- W 45-19

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Oct. 24 Alabama Tuscaloosa CBS --/1 L 10-12 Oct. 31 South Carolina N Knoxville ESPN --/21 W 31-13 Nov. 7 Memphis (HC) N Knoxville ESPNU --/-- W 56-28 Nov. 14 Mississippi Oxford CBS --/-- L 17-42 Nov. 21 Vanderbilt N Knoxville ESPNU --/-- W 31-16 Lexington ESPNU --/-- W 30-24 OT Nov. 28 Kentucky N Chick-fil-A Bowl Dec. 31 Virginia Tech N Atlanta ESPN --/12 L 14-37

SEC Finish: T-2nd East 381-289

derek dooley 2010-Present

After spending three seasons as the head coach at Louisiana Tech, Dooley took over the Tennessee program in January 2010 and led the Vols to their 49th bowl appearance in his first season at the helm. Coaching record: 6-7.

2010

6-7 • 3-5 SEC

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 4 UT Martin N Knoxville PPV W 50-0 Sept. 11 Oregon N Knoxville ESPN2 --/7 L 13-48 Sept. 18 Florida Knoxville CBS --/10 L 17-31 Sept. 25 UAB Knoxville SEC W 32-29 2OT Oct. 2 LSU Baton Rouge CBS --/12 L 14-16 Georgia Athens SEC L 14-41 Oct. 9 Oct. 23 Alabama Knoxville ESPN --/7 L 10-41 Oct. 30 South Carolina Columbia SEC --/17 L 24-38 Nov. 6 Memphis Memphis CBSC W 50-14 Nov. 13 Mississippi (HC) Knoxville CBS W 52-14 Nashville CSS W 24-10 Nov. 20 Vanderbilt Nov. 27 Kentucky Knoxville SEC W 24-14 Music City Bowl Dec. 30 North Carolina Nashville ESPN L 27-30 2OT

SEC Finish: T-3rd East 351-326

N—Night game Championships (HC)—Homecoming OT—Overtime game TV—Televised game: Networks displayed are CBS, NBC, ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, JP (Jefferson Pilot), CBS College Sports (CBSC), Comcast Sports South (CSS), Fox, LFN (Lincoln Financial Network ), MIZ (Mizlou Network), RAY (Raycom Network), TBS (Turner Sports), GAI (Great American Independent Football Network), SPS (Sports South), SEC (SEC Network), PPV (PayPerView, Host Communications). Footnote 1-The present day Duke University was known as Trinity College from 1859-1924. Tennessee had a game with Trinity College in 1893. Footnote 2-The present day University of Kentucky was known as Kentucky A&M from 1878-1907 and Kentucky State from 1908-1916. UK should not be confused with Transylvania University which was known as Kentucky University from 1878-1909. Tennessee had games with Kentucky University in 1899 and 1901. Footnote 3-The present day University of Tennessee at Chattanooga was known from 1889-1906 as Grant University and from 1907-1969 as the University of Chattanooga. Tennessee has games with Grant in 1899, 1900, 1904 and 1905 and played numerous games with Chattanooga between 1907-1966. Tennessee played Tennessee-Chattanooga in 1969. Footnote 4-The present day Mississippi State University was known until 1932 as Mississippi A&M. Tennessee played Mississippi A&M several times before 1932 with the first game being played in 1907. Footnote 5-The present day University of Memphis was known as Memphis State from 1912-1993.

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AP Rank Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Date Opponent Sept. 1 Syracuse Knoxville ESPN2 8/-- W 33-9 Sept. 8 Arkansas N Fayetteville ESPN2 8/-- W 13-3 Sept. 29 LSU N Knoxville ESPN 7/14 W 26-18 Oct. 6 Georgia Knoxville CBS 6/-- L 24-26 Tuscaloosa CBS 11/-- W 35-24 Oct. 20 Alabama Oct. 27 South Carolina N Knoxville ESPN2 9/12 W 17-10 Nov. 3 Notre Dame South Bend NBC 7/-- W 28-18 Nov. 10 Memphis (HC) Knoxville PPV 6/-- W 49-28 Lexington JP 6/-- W 38-35 Nov. 17 Kentucky Nov. 24 Vanderbilt Knoxville CBS 7/-- W 38-0 Dec. 1 Florida Gainesville CBS 5/2 W 34-32 SEC Championship Game Dec. 8 LSU N Atlanta CBS 2/21 L 20-31 Florida Citrus Bowl Jan. 1 Michigan Orlando ABC 8/17 W 45-17

SEC Finish: T-1st East • 15th AP 365-239

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Nov. 11 Arkansas N Fayetteville ESPN2 13/11 L 14-31 Nov. 18 Vanderbilt Nashville LFN 22/-- W 39-10 Nov. 25 Kentucky Knoxville LFN 19/-- W 17-12 Outback Bowl Jan. 1 Penn State Tampa ESPN 17/-- L 10-20

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SEC Finish: T-2nd East • 25th AP 380-247

10-3 • 6-2 SEC

THE VOLS

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Sept. 2 Southern Miss N Knoxville ESPN 13/22 W 19-16 Sept. 16 Florida Knoxville CBS 11/6 L 23-27 Sept. 23 La.-Monroe (HC) Knoxville PPV 13/-- W 70-3 Sept. 30 LSU N Baton Rouge ESPN 11/-- L 31-38 OT Oct. 7 Georgia N Athens ESPN 21/19 L 10-21 Knoxville CBS W 20-10 Oct. 21 Alabama Oct. 28 South Carolina Columbia JP --/17 W 17-14 Nov. 4 Memphis Memphis Fox W 19-17 Nov. 11 Arkansas Knoxville JP W 63-20 Nov. 18 Kentucky Knoxville JP W 59-20 Nashville JP 25/-- W 28-26 Nov. 25 Vanderbilt Cotton Bowl Jan. 1 Kansas State Dallas Fox 21/11 L 21-35

2003

AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Aug. 30 Fresno State Knoxville ESPN2 12/-- W 24-6 Sept. 6 Marshall Knoxville ESPN2 12/-- W 34-24 Sept. 20 Florida Gainesville CBS 12/17 W 24-10 Sept. 27 South Carolina N Knoxville ESPN 8/-- W 23-20 OT Oct. 4 Auburn N Auburn ESPN 7/-- L 21-28 Oct. 11 Georgia N Knoxville ESPN2 13/8 L 14-41 Oct. 25 Alabama Tuscaloosa CBS 22/-- W 51-43 5OT Nov. 1 Duke (HC) Knoxville PPV 19/-- W 23-6 Miami ABC 18/6 W 10-6 Nov. 8 Miami (Fla.) Nov. 15 Mississippi State Knoxville JP 9/- W 59-21 Nov. 22 Vanderbilt Knoxville PPV 9/ W 48-0 Nov. 29 Kentucky Lexington JP 7/ W 20-7 Peach Bowl Clemson N Atlanta ESPN 6/-- L 14-27 Jan. 2

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AP Rank Date Opponent Site TV UT/Opp Result Score Oct. 23 Alabama Tuscaloosa CBS 5/10 W 21-7 Oct. 30 South Carolina Knoxville PPV 4/-- W 30-7 Nov. 6 Notre Dame N Knoxville ESPN 4/24 W 38-14 Nov. 13 Arkansas Fayetteville JP 3/-- L 24-28 Nov. 20 Kentucky Lexington JP 7/-- W 56-21 Knoxville CBS 6/-- W 38-10 Nov. 27 Vanderbilt Fiesta Bowl Jan. 2 Nebraska N Tempe ABC 6/3 L 21-31


NEYLAND STADIUM THROUGH THE YEARS 1938

1948

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NEYLAND STADIUM /// SHIELDS-WATKINS FIELD The Home of the Vols got a makeover in 2010, turning one of college football’s meccas into an aesthetic masterpiece. >> The Best Just Got Better

The concrete walls that used to hold up the west side were replaced with brick. Below the press box, six new panels display some of the finest to ever don the Orange and White-- Gen. Robert R. Neyland, Al Wilson, Reggie White, Peyton Manning, Johnny Majors and Doug Atkins. Most noticeable from the outside are the approximately 700,000 bricks that totally transformed the look of the stadium’s north and west sides. Standing in the middle of that transformation is the majestic Gate 21 plaza area. Six lofty archways dominate the entrance, which doubles during the work week as a key campus transportation hub. No doubt the traffic on game days is just as hectic. Adjacent to the Gate 21 plaza is another change, the new amphitheater at the corner of Phillip Fulmer Way and Andy Holt Avenue. The Vol Network’s Kickoff Call-In Show takes place there, sporting spiffy new digs after spending years on a make-shift platform in front of a worn down hillside. Just inside Gate 21, the Tennessee Official Team Shop is open for business six days a week under management of the UT Bookstore. Four other souvenir locations are located throughout the stadium, including one in an exclusive new seating area.

>> Tennessee Terrace

The Tennessee Terrace now occupies the west upper deck, with 1,800 individual chair-back seats and a climate-controlled concourse. All of the stadium’s high-end concessions are available to Terrace patrons, and those individuals also have the added bonus of sitting on the home side after the Vols switched back to the west for the first time since 1992. Plans call for stadium renovations to take a break and resume in December 2012. That should allow for a more normal maintenance schedule, including structural painting projects on the stadium’s exterior that are first in line for 2011. Design work throughout the entire Master Plan 180

renovations has been by McCarty Holsaple McCarty Architects/Ross Bryan Associates. Contractor for this portion of the project was Blaine Construction.

>> Unveiling of the Neyland Statue

Honoring the man most responsible for the growth and development of the proud Volunteer football tradition, UT on Nov. 12, 2010 dedicated a statue of Gen. Robert R. Neyland (pictured at right) outside the stadium that bears his name. The dedication ceremony was held at the permanent location of the statue, between gates 15A and 17 on the west side of Neyland Stadium. The statue, which was commissioned by artist Blair Buswell, is twice life-size. Since Neyland is portrayed in the kneeling position rather than standing, the statue is nine feet tall (a standing statue would have stood 12 feet tall). The statue weighs approximately 1,500 pounds, and the base is 57 inches by 87 inches and features the seven Game Maxims engraved into the precast. Buswell is based in Salt Lake City and also is responsible for sculpting the busts for the Pro Football Hall of Fame incoming class each year.

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largest stadiums In college football Facility Capacity 1. Michigan Stadium 109,901 Michigan 2. Beaver Stadium 107,282 Penn State 3. Neyland Stadium 102,455 Tennessee 4. Ohio Stadium 102,329 Ohio State 5. Bryant-Denny Stadium 101,821 Alabama 6. DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium 100,119 Texas 7. L.A. Memorial Coliseum 93,607 Southern California 8. Sanford Stadium 92,746 Georgia 9. Tiger Stadium 92,400 LSU 10. Rose Bowl 91,136 UCLA


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>> Record attendance in the Vols’ 30-28 win over Florida on Sept. 18, 2004. Tennessee went 10-3 that year on its way to winning the Cotton Bowl.

>> Seasons in which the Vols have gone undefeated at Neyland Stadium. The last team to do so was the 2007 squad, which went 7-0 in Knoxville

mark the calendar >> Neyland Firsts First Game

as Shields-Watkins Field Sept. 24, 1921 Tennessee 27, Emory & Henry 0

Dedication Game

as Neyland Stadium Oct. 20, 1962 Alabama 27, Tennessee 7

On Artificial Turf First Game

>> Capacity Skyrockets

The west side upper deck and new press box came in 1962, dedicated at the Alabama game. Neyland did not live to see the new addition, passing away in New Orleans on March 28. Before his death, he received progress reports on the new addition and press box. Tired of the Shields-Watkins Field press coop being consistently named one of the three worst in the country, he remarked to an aide: “We’re going to have the best press box in the country, and I hope it improves the quality of writing done there.”

Last Game

Nov. 27, 1993 Tennessee 62, Vanderbilt 14

First Game Back on Grass

on Tifway 419, Bermuda Hybrid Sept. 17, 1994 Florida 31, Tennessee 0

under the lights First Night Game

Sept. 16, 1972 Tennessee 28, Penn State 21

CHECKERBOARDS First Game

Oct. 10, 1964 Tennessee 16, Boston College 14

Consecutive... Home Wins

30, beginning Dec. 8, 1928, with a 13-12 win against Florida and ending Oct. 21, 1933, with a 12-6 loss to Alabama.

Home Games Without a Loss

55, beginning Oct. 3, 1925, with a 51-0 victory against Emory & Henry, and ending Oct. 21, 1933 with a 12-6 loss to Alabama.

Home Losses

4, beginning Nov. 13, 1954, with a 14-0 loss to Florida and ending Oct. 8, 1955, with a 13-0 win against Chattanooga; beginning Sept. 10, 1988, with a 31-26 loss to Duke and ending Nov. 5, 1988, with a 10-7 win against Boston College.

>> Night Football Comes to Knoxville

The first south end upper deck expansion in 1972 also brought night football to the Home of the Vols. When Tennessee opened the home season that year against Penn State, the game debuted football under the lights. The Vols have played at night consistently ever since. The Neyland Stadium Press Box and Executive Suites officially opened for the Colorado State game Sept. 5, 1987, replacing the press box in operation since 1962. The press box was named for long-time trustee and Athletics Board member Col. Tom Elam of Union City.

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

A look at the major expansion and renovation projects at Neyland Stadium through the years. The field that once held 17 rows of bleachers and 3,200 spectators 90 years ago now seats 102,455 on Saturdays. Year 1921 1926 1930 1934 1938 1948 1962 1966 1968 1972 1976 1980 1987 1990 1996 1997 2000

Addition Seating Capacity West Stands (17 rows, 3,200 seats) 3,200 East Stands (17 rows, 3,600 seats) 6,800 West Stands (42 rows, 11,060 seats) 17,860 Section X (1,500 seats) 19,360 East Stands (44 rows, 12,030 seats) 31,390 South Stands (horseshoe, 15,000 seats) 46,390 West Upper Deck (Press Box, 5,137 seats) 51,527 North Stands (End Zone, 5,595 seats) 57,122 East Upper Deck (7,307 seats) 64,429 South Upper Deck (6,221 seats) 70,650 Southeast Upper Deck (9,600 seats) 79,250 North Stands (bowl 16,944, net gain 10,499 seats) 89,749 West Executive Suites (42 suites, 1,361 seats) 91,110 Student Seating Adjustment (792 seats) 91,902 North Upper Deck (10,642 seats) 102,544 ADA Seating Adjustment (310 seats) 102,854 East Executive Suites (78 suites, 1,250 seats) 104,079

>> Neyland Stadium Master Plan Renovations

In November 2004, the Tennessee athletics department unveled its master plan for Neyland Stadium to serve as a long-term solution for the issues currently facing the home of the Vols and to prepare the stadium for the next 75 years. The master plan was created in a phased approach. Each phase is independent to ensure that funding is available for each phase before it begins. There are additional phases still to be completed. 2006 Phase I: East-Side Club (425 seats) 2008 Phase II: West-Side Club (425 seats)/Press Box 2010 Phase III: West Side Terrace (1,800 seats)/Gate 21 Plaza Current Capacity: 102,455 181

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Neyland’s success on the field led to four expansions between 1926 and 1938 as capacity grew from 3,200 to 31,390 with expansions on both the east and west sides and at the northwest corner in Section X. The east side expansion brought with it dorm rooms for 128 men, half of them athletes, a T-Club reception room and a practice room for the band under the stands. The largest expansion of the stadium came in 1948 as veterans came marching home from World War II. Returning to the Vol sidelines in 1946, Neyland said it would take five years for the Vols to be back on top. Almost immediately, the Vols won the SEC title that season and plans were drawn for a south end addition that included more dorm rooms, athletic department offices and a new dressing area for visiting teams. When the Vols squared off against Alabama Oct. 16, 1948, for Homecoming, 48,000 fans were present in the expanded stadium. Another 52,000 showed up a few weeks later for the clash with North Carolina.

In 89 seasons, the Vols are 432109-17 at home, a winning percentage of .789. Tennessee has had 79 winning seasons in 89 years at Shields-Watkins Field, including 36 undefeated years at home. The last team to go undefeated at home was the 2007 squad, which finished 7-0 at Neyland Stadium.

HONORS & records

Sept. 14, 1968 Tennessee 17, Georgia 17

>> The General’s Additions

>> All About wins Success at Home

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Shields-Watkins Field, sometimes known as Shields-Watkins Stadium, opened Sept. 24, 1921, as the Vols defeated Emory & Henry 27-0. On opening day, the new stadium had 3,200 seats in 17 rows on the west side of the field. Named for its benefactors, W.S. Shields and wife, Alice-Watkins Shields, the venue was known as Shields-Watkins Field until the stadium was named in honor of Gen. Robert R. Neyland in 1962. March 16, 1921, was designated as a “Campus Day,” with classes being dismissed to guarantee a work force large enough to get the field ready for a baseball game three days later. The field was finished by noon the next day and the baseball game against Cincinnati went on as scheduled.

>> The 2011 season marks the 90th anniversary of Neyland Stadium, and the number also represents the gallons of orange and white paint it takes to get the lines, Power T and iconic end zone checkerboards ready for game day.

THE VOLS

>> A Stadium is Built

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>> The first year of Shields-Watkins Field. In the inaugural game on Sept. 24, the Vols beat Emory & Henry 27-0

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Vols in the Pros

ROBERT MEACHEM /// New Orleans Saints

JEROD MAYO /// New England Patriots

JASON WITTEN /// Dallas Cowboys

The following is a list of former Tennessee athletes who have played actively at least one season with a professional football club. Names listed are only of players who were on the teams’ official roster and does not necessarily include all years in which a player may have been on the practice squad. Information for this listing was compiled by the Media Relations Office with the aid of the official media guides of all teams and the Encyclopedia of Football. Additions and corrections are requested.

Ainge, Erik (2007), Quarterback: (2008 Draft - 5th Round), New York Jets (NFL) 2008-10. *Allen, Jason (2005), Defensive Back: (2006 Draft - 1st Round), Miami Dolphins (NFL) 2006-10; Houston Texans (NFL) 2010-Pres. Allen, Mikki (1999), Defensive Back: (2000 Free Agent), San Francisco 49ers (NFL) 2000; Amsterdam Admirals (EU) 2001. Amsler, Greg (1990), Running Back: (1991 Draft - 8th Round), Phoenix Cardinals (NFL) 1991 (Injured Reserve). Anderson, Bill (1957), Back: (1958 Draft - 3rd Round), Washington Redskins (NFL) 1958-63; Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1965-66. Athas, Pete (1969 Freshman), Defensive Back: (1970 Draft - 10th Round), Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1970; New York Giants (NFL) 1971-75; Cleveland Browns (NFL) 1975; Minnesota Vikings (NFL) 1975; New Orleans Saints (NFL) 1976. Atkins, Doug (1952), Defensive Tackle: (1953 Draft - 1st Round), Cleveland Browns (NFL) 1953-54; Chicago Bears (NFL) 1955-66; New Orleans Saints (NFL) 1967-69. *Ayers, Robert (2008), Defensive End: (2009 Draft - 1st Round), Denver Broncos (NFL) 2009-Present Austin, Raymond (1996) Defensive Back: (1997 Draft - 5th Round), New York Jets (NFL) 1997; Chigago Bears 19982000.

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Bailey, Howard (1934), Tackle: Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1935. Baker, Rashad (2003), Defensive Back (2004 Free Agent), Buffalo Bills (NFL) 2004-05; New England Patriots (NFL) 2006-07; Oakland Raiders (NFL) 2008; Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 2009. Barbish, Bill (1953), Back: (1954 Draft - 8th Round - Cleveland), Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 1954. Bartholomew, Sam (1939), Back: (1940 Draft - 11th Round Washington), Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1941. Bates, Bill (1982), Defensive Back: (1983 Free Agent), Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1983-97. Battle, Julian (2002), Defensive Back: (2003 Draft - 3rd Round), Kansas City (NFL) 2003-05; Washington Redskins (NFL) 2006; Calgary Stampeders (CFL) 2007-08. Beard, Ed (1961), Linebacker: (1964 Draft - 14th Round), San Francisco 49ers (NFL) 1965-73. *Berry, Eric (2009), Defensive Back: (2010 Draft - 1st Round), Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) 2010-Pres. *Bolden, Demonte’ (2008), Defensive Tackle: (2009 Free Agent) Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL) 2009-Present Bonham, Shane (1993), Defensive Tackle: (1994 Draft 3rd Round) Detroit Lions (NFL) 1994-97; San Francisco 49ers (NFL) 1998; Indianapolis Colts (NFL) 1999. Boynton, John (1967), Tackle: (1968 Draft - 7th Round), Miami Dolphins (AFL) 1969.

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Brandau, Art (1942), Center: (1945 Draft - 8th Round), Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 1945-46. Brown, Chris (2007), Tight End: (2008 Free Agent), Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) 2007 (Practice Squad); Miami Dolphins (NFL) 2008 (Practice Squad). Brown, Eddie (1973), Defensive Back: (1974 Draft - 8th Round), Cleveland Browns (NFL) 1974-75; Washington Redskins (NFL) 1975-77; Los Angeles Rams (NFL) 197879; Chicago Blitz (USFL) 1983; Arizona Wranglers (USFL) 1984. *Brown, Jonathan (1997), Defensive End: (1998 Draft - 3rd Round) Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1998; Denver Broncos (NFL) 1999; Berlin Thunder (EU) 2000; St. Louis Rams (NFL) 2001-02; Amsterdam Admirals (EU) 2003; Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 2004-Present. Brown, Tony (2004), Wide Reciever: (2005 Free Agent), Seattle Seahawks (NFL) 2005. Bruhin, John (1987), Offensive Guard: (1988 Draft - 4th Round), Tampa Bay Bucaneers (NFL) 1988-1991. Bryson, Shawn (1998), Running Back: (1999 Draft - 3rd Round), Buffalo Bills (NFL) 1999-2002; Detroit Lions (NFL) 2003-06. *Burnett, Kevin,(2004), Linebacker: (2005 Draft - 2nd Round), Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 2005-08; San Diego Chargers (NFL) 2009-Present.

Burton, Shane (1995), Defensive Tackle: (1996 Draft - 5th Round), Miami Dolphins (NFL) 1996-98; Chicago Bears (NFL) 1999; New York Jets 2000-01; Carolina Panthers (NFL) 2002-03. Butler, Johnny (1941), Back: (1942 Draft - 5th Round - Pittsburgh), Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1943, 1945; Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 1943-44; Brooklyn Tigers (NFL) 1944; Boston Yanks (NFL) 1944-45; Chicago Cardinals (NFL) 1944. Cafego, George (1939), Back: (1940 Draft - 1st Round - Chicago Cardinals), Brooklyn Dodgers (NFL) 1940, 1943; Washington Redskins (NFL) 1943; Boston Yanks (NFL) 1944. Canale, Whit (1964), Defensive End: (1965 Draft - 17th Round - Pittsburgh), Miami Dolphins (AFL) 1966; Boston Patriots (AFL) 1968. Carter, Dale (1991), Defensive Back: (1992 Draft - 1st Round), Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) 1992-98; Denver Broncos 1999-2000; Minnesota Vikings (NFL) 2001; New Orleans Saints (NFL) 2002-03; Baltimore Ravens (NFL) 2004-05. Chadwick, Walter (1967), Running Back: (1968 Draft - 6th Round - Green Bay), Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL) 1968.


VOLS IN THE PROS

VOLS IN

THE NFL

STAFF

Tennessee’s 33 players on 2010 NFL Opening Day rosters ranked as the sixth-most among NCAA schools. National Football Conference

Team Pos. Yrs. at UT Arizona DT 2007-09 Dallas TE 2000-02 Detroit DE 2003-06 Detroit CB 2002-06 Green Bay OT 1996-99 Green Bay DT 2003-06 Green Bay C 2000-03 Minnesota OG 2000-03 New Orleans CB 2000-03 New Orleans WR 2004-06 New Orleans LB 2002-06 N.Y. Giants DB 1997-99 Philadelphia LB 2002-05 San Fransisco NT 2001-02 San Fransisco DE 2002-05 Washington DT 1999-01

Other Vols on NFL Inactive Rosters as of Sept. 8, 2010: Erik Ainge (QB, N.Y. Jets), Gibril Wilson (DB, Cincinnati), Montario Hardesty (RB, Cleveland), Chris Scott (OT, Pittsburgh), Brad Cottam (TE, Kansas City), Jonathan Hefney (DB, Detroit), Eric Young (OT, St. Louis). ARIAN FOSTER /// Houston Texans

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Name Dan Williams Jason Witten Turk McBride Jonathan Wade Chad Clifton Justin Harrell Scott Wells Anthony Herrera Jabari Greer Robert Meachem Marvin Mitchell Deon Grant Omar Gaither Aubrayo Franklin Parys Haralson Albert Haynesworth

HONORS & records

Name Team Pos. Yrs. at UT Morgan Cox Baltimore LS 2007-09 Donte’ Stallworth Baltimore WR 1999-01 Buffalo TE 1997-00 David Martin Robert Ayers Denver LB 2005-08 Denver P 2005-08 Britton Colquitt Arian Foster Houston RB 2005-08 Peyton Manning Indianapolis QB 1994-97 Jacques McClendon Indianapolis OG 2006-09 Eric Berry Kansas City DB 2007-09 Kansas City P 2001-04 Dustin Colquitt Jason Allen Miami CB 2002-05 Tony McDaniel Miami NT 2003-05 New England LB 2005-07 Jerod Mayo Shaun Ellis N.Y. Jets DE 1997-99 John Henderson Oakland DT 1999-01 Ramon Foster Pittsburgh OG 2006-08 Kevin Burnett San Diego LB 2000-04

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THE VOLS

Danychuk, Bill (1964), Guard: Hamilton Tigercats (CFL) 1965-76. Davis, Antone (1990), Offensive Tackle: (1991 Draft - 1st Round - Green Bay), Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1991-95; Atlanta Falcons (NFL) 1996-97 Davis, Harlan (1990), Defensive Back: (1991 Draft - 5th Round), Seattle Seahawks (NFL) 1991. Davis, Ron (1994) Defensive Back: (1995 Draft - 2nd Round), Atlanta Falcons (NFL) 1995; Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1997-Present. DeLong, Keith (1988), Linebacker: (1989 Draft - 1st Round), San Francisco 49ers (NFL) 1989-1993. DeLong, Steve (1964), Defensive End: (1965 Draft - 1st Round - Chicago (NFL)/San Diego (AFL)), San Diego Chargers (AFL) 1965-69 (NFL) 1970-71; Chicago Bears (NFL) 1972. DeLucca, Jerry (1955), Guard: Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 1958; Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1959; Boston Patriots (AFL) 1960-61, 63-64; Buffalo Bills (AFL) 1962-63. Denney, Austin (1966), End: (1967 Draft - 11th Round Dallas (NFL)/2nd Round New York Jets (AFL)), Chicago Bears (NFL) 1967-69; Buffalo Bills (NFL) 1970-71. Dickerson, Mondre (2003), Defensive Line: (2003 Free Agent), Tampa Bay Storm (AFL) 2006; Grand Rapids Rampage (AFL) 2007; Columbus Destroyers (AFL) 2008. Dobelstein, Bob (1945), Guard: (1945 Draft - 2nd Round Chicago Cardinals), New York Giants (NFL) 1946-48; Los Angeles Dons (AAC) 1949. Douglas, Cody (2005), Offensive Guard (2006 Free Agent) Houston Texans (NFL) 2006; Cologne Centurions (EU) 2007. Douglas, David (1985), Offensive Tackle: (1986 Draft - 8th Round), Cincinnati Bengals (NFL) 1986-88; New England Patriots (NFL) 1989-90. Duff, Bill (1998), Defensive Tackle: (1999 Free Agent), Cleveland Browns (NFL) 1999; Berlin Thunder (EU) 2000-01. Duncan, Alan (1980), Place Kicker: (1981 Draft - 7th Round), Philadelphia Eagles (NFL); Memphis Showboats (USFL) 1984-85. Duncan, Clyde (1983), Wide Receiver: (1984 Draft - 1st Round), St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) 1984-85. *Ellis, Shaun (1999), Defensive End: (2000 Draft - 1st Round), New York Jets (NFL) 2000-Present. Emanuel, Frank (1965), Linebacker: (1966 Draft - 4th Round - Philadelphia (NFL)/3rd Round - Miami (AFL), Miami Dolphins (AFL) 1966-69; New Orleans Saints (NFL) 1970. Evey, Dick (1963), Tackle: (1964 Draft - 1st Round - Chicago (NFL)/2nd Round Buffalo (AFL)), Chicago Bears (NFL) 1964-69; Los Angeles Rams (NFL) 1970; Detroit Lions (NFL) 1971. Fair, Terry (1997) Defensive Back: (1998 Draft - 1st Round) Detroit Lions (NFL) 1998-2001; Carolina Panthers (NFL) 2002; Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 2003-04; St. Louis Rams (NFL) 2005. Feathers, Beattie (1933), Halfback: Chicago Bears (NFL) 1934-37; Brooklyn Dodgers (NFL) 1938-39; Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1940. Fields, Earnest (1991), Linebacker: (1994 Free Agent) Baltimore CFL Club (CFL) 1994 Fleming, Cory (1993), Wide Receiver: (1994 Draft - 3rd Round) San Francisco 49ers (NFL); Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1994-95; Oakland Raiders (NFL) 2000.

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Cifers, Bobby (1942), Quarterback: (1944 Draft - 2nd Round), Detroit Lions (NFL) 1944-46; Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 1947-48; Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1949. Cifers, Ed (1940), End: (1941 Draft - 6th Round), Washington Redskins (NFL) 1941-42, 1946; Chicago Bears (NFL) 1947-48. Clabo, Neil (1974), Punter: (1975 Draft - 10th Round), Minnesota Vikings (NFL) 1975-77. Clausen, Casey (2003), Quarterback: (2004 Free Agent), Amsterdam Admirals (EU) 2005 Clay, Boyd (1939), Tackle: (1940 Draft - 11th Round), Cleveland Rams (NFL) 1940-42, 1944. *Clifton, Chad (1999), Offensive Tackle: (2000 Draft - 2nd Round), Green Bay Packers (NFL) 2000-Present. Clinkscales, Joey (1986), Wide Receiver: (1987 Draft - 9th Round), Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 1987-88; Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) 1988. Cobb, Reggie (1989), Running Back: (1990 Draft - 2nd Round), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) 1990-93, Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1994; Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) 1995; New York Jets (NFL) 1996-97. Cofer, Mike L. (1982), Defensive End: (1983 Draft - 3rd Round), Detroit Lions (NFL) 1983-1992. Coleman, Cosey (1999), Offensive Guard: (2000 Draft - 2nd Round), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) 2000-04; Cleveland Browns (NFL) 2005-06. Coleman, Reggie (2001), Offensive Tackle: (2002 Draft 6th Round) Washington Redskins (NFL) 2002. *Colquitt, Britton (2008), Punter: (2009 Free Agent) Denver Broncos (NFL) 2009-Present. Colquitt, Craig (1977), Punter: (1978 Draft - 3rd Round), Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 1978-1984. *Colquitt, Dustin (2004), Punter: (2005 Draft - 3rd Round), Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) 2005-Present. Colquitt, Jimmy (1984), Punter: (1985 Free Agent), Seattle Seahawks (NFL) 1985. Cooper, Richard (1987), Defensive Lineman: (1989 Free Agent), New Orleans Saints (NFL) 1989-95; Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1996-98. *Copeland, Jeremaine (1998), Wide Receiver: (2000 Free Agent), Barcelona Dragons (EU) 2000; Montreal Alouettes (CFL) 2001-04; Calgary Stampede (CFL) 2005-09; Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 2010. *Cottam, Brad (2007), Tight End: (2008 NFL Draft-3rd Round), Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) 2008-Pres. *Cox, Morgan (2009), LS: (2010 Free Agent), Baltimore Ravens (NFL) 2010-Pres. Crawford, Denver (1947), Tackle: (1947 Draft - 13th Round - Green Bay), New York Yankees (AAC) 1948. *Crompton, Jonathan (2009), Quarterback (2010 Draft - 5th Round San Diego), New England Patriots (NFL) 2010-Pres. (Practice Squad). Crosby, Phillip (1999), Fullback: (2000 Free Agent), Buffalo Bills (NFL) 2000-03. Daffer, Ted (1951), End: (1952 Draft - 21st Round), Chicago Bears (NFL) 1954. Dafney, Bernard (1991), Offensive Tackle: (1992 Draft - 9th Round), Houston Oilers (NFL) 1992; Minnesota Vikings (NFL) 1993-95; Arizona Cardinals (NFL) 1995; Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 1996-97; Carolina Panthers (NFL) 1998. Daniels, Terry (1981), Defensive Back: (1981 Draft - 10th Round - Washington), New Jersey Generals (USFL) 1983-85.


VOLMANAC Fleming, Troy (2003), Running Back: (2004 Draft - 6th Round) Tennessee Titans (NFL) 2004-06. Flowers, Richmond (1968), Safety: (1969 Draft - 2nd Round), Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1969-71; New York Giants (NFL) 1971-73; Shreveport Steamers (WFL) 1974-75. *Foster, Arian (2008), Running Back: (2009 Free Agent), Houston Texans (NFL) 2009-Present. *Foster, Ramon (2008), Offensive Tackle: (2009 Free Agent), Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 2009-Present. Francis, Jeff (1988), Quarterback: (1989 Draft - 6th Round), Los Angeles Raiders (NFL) 1989; Cleveland Browns (NFL) 1990-1991. *Franklin, Aubrayo (2002), Defensive Tackle: (2003 Draft 5th Round), Baltimore Ravens (NFL) 2003-06; Frankfurt Galaxy (EU) 2004; San Francisco 49ers (NFL) 2007-Pres. Frost, Ken (1960), Tackle: Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1961-62. Fulton, Charlie (1967), Back: (1968 Draft - 16th Round - Boston), Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) 1968-69. Gaffney, Jim (1942), Back: (1944 Draft - 13th Round), Washington Redskins (NFL) 1945-46. Gaines, Cory (1997), Defensive Back: (2001 Free Agent), Frankfurt Galaxy (EU) 2001. Gaines, Greg (1980), Defensive Back: (1980 Free Agent), Seattle Seahawks (NFL) 1981-1988. Gaines, Teddy (2001), Defensive Back: (2002 Draft - 7th Rd San Francisco), Rhein Fire (EU) 2003; Montreal Alouettes (CFL) 2004. *Gaither, Omar (2005), Linebacker: (2006 Draft - 5th Round), Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 2006-Present. Galbreath, Harry (1987), Offensive Guard: (1988 Draft 8th Round), Miami Dolphins (NFL) 1988-92; Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1993-95; New York Jets (NFL) 1996-97. Galyon, Scott (1995), Linebacker: (1996 Draft - 6th Round), New York Giants (NFL) 1996-99; Miami Dolphins (NFL) 2000-2002. Garner, Charlie (1993), Running Back: (1994 Draft - 2nd Round) Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1994-98; San Francisco 49ers (NFL) 1999-2000; Oakland Raiders (NFL) 2001-03; Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) 2004-2005. Gault, Willie (1982), Wide Receiver: (1983 Draft - 1st Round), Chicago Bears (NFL) 1983-87; Los Angeles Raiders (NFL) 1988-93. Glass, Glenn (1961), Back: (1962 Draft - 2nd Round - Buffalo (AFL)/17th Round - Chicago (NFL)), Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 1962-63; Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1964-65; Atlanta Falcons (NFL) 1966; Denver Broncos (AFL) 1966. Goodrich, Dwayne (1999), Defensive Back: (2000 Draft 2nd Round), Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 2001-02. Gordon, Bobby (1957), Back: (1958 Draft - 6th Round), Chicago Cardinals (NFL) 1958; Houston Oliers (AFL) 1960. Gordy, John (1956), Tackle: (1957 Draft - 2nd Round), Detroit Lions (NFL) 1957, 1959-67. Graddy, Sam (1986), Wide Receiver: (1987 Free Agent), Denver Broncos (NFL) 1987-88; Los Angeles Raiders (NFL) 1989-92. Graham, Conrad (1972), Defensive Back: (1973 Draft - 8th Round), Chicago Bears (NFL) 1973. Graham, Jay (1996), Running Back: (1997 Draft - 3rd Round), Baltimore Ravens (NFL) 1997-99; Seattle Seahawks (NFL) 2001; Montreal Alouettes (CFL) 2003.

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2011 NFL Draft Picks/ Free Agent signees Moore, Denarius (2010), WR: (Draft-5th Round), Oakland Raiders Stocker, Luke (2010), TE: (Draft-4th Round), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (pictured left) *Free-agent signees for 2011 are to be determined. *Grant, Deon (1999), Defensive Back: (2000 Draft - 2nd Round), Carolina Panthers (NFL) 2000-03; Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) 2004-06; Seattle Seahawks (NFL) 2007-09; New York Giants (NFL) 2010-Pres. Graves, Ray (1941), Center: (1942 Draft - 7th Round), Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1942-43, 1946; Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 1943. *Greer, Jabari (2003), Defensive Back: (2004 Free Agent), Buffalo Bills (NFL) 2004-08; New Orleans Saints (NFL) 2009-Pres. Hall, Jason (2005), Defensive End: (2006 Free Agent), Cologne Centurions (EU) 2007. Hall, Jeff (1998), Placekicker: (2000 Free Agent), St. Louis Rams (NFL) 2000. Hamilton, Mercedes (1998), Offensive Guard: (1999 Free Agent), Berlin Thunder (EU) 1999. Hancock, Anthony (1981), Wide Receiver: (1982 Draft - 1st Round), Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) 1982-86; Buffalo Bills (NFL) 1988 (Injured Reserve). Hand, Omari (2002), Defensive End: (2003 Free Agent), San Diego Chargers (NFL) 2003-05; Amsterdam Admirals (EU) 2005. Hannon, Chris (2005), Wide Receiver (2006 Free Agent), Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) 2006; Detroit Lions (NFL) 2007-08; Miami Dolphins (NFL) 2008; San Fransisco 49ers (NFL) 2008. *Haralson, Parys (2005), Defensive End (2006 Draft - 5th Round), San Francisco 49ers (NFL) 2006-Present. *Hardesty, Montario (2009), Running Back (2010 Draft 2nd Round), Cleveland Browns (NFL) 2010-Pres. *Harrell, Justin (2006), Defensive Tackle: (2007 Draft- 1st Round), Green Bay Packers (NFL) 2007-Present. Hardy, Darryl (1991), Linebacker: (1992 Draft - 10th Round), Atlanta Falcons (NFL) 1992-93 (Practice Squad); Arizona Cardinals (NFL) 1994 (Practice Squad); Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1995-96; Seattle Seahawks (NFL) 1997-98. Harper, Alvin (1990), Wide Receiver: (1991 Draft - 1st Round), Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1991-94; Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) 1995-96; Washington Redskins (NFL) 1997; New Orleans Saints (NFL) 1997. Hayden, Aaron (1994), Running Back: (1995 Draft - 4th Round), San Diego Chargers (NFL) 1995-96; Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1997-98; Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 19992000. *Haynesworth, Albert (2001), Defensive Tackle: (2002 Draft - 1st Round), Tennessee Titans (NFL) 2002-08; Washington Redskins (NFL) 2009-Present. Hayworth, Tracy (1989), Defensive End: (1990 Draft - 7th Round), Detroit Lions (NFL) 1990-95; Atlanta Falcons (NFL) 1996.

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*Hefney, Jonathan (2007), Safety: (2009 Free Agent) Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL) 2009; Detroit Lions (NFL) 2010. *Henderson, John (2001), Defensive Tackle: (2002 Draft - 1st Round), Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) 2002-09; Oakland Raiders (NFL) 2010-Pres. Henry, Travis (2000), Tailback: (2001 Draft - 2nd Round) Buffalo Bills (NFL) 2001-04; Tennessee Titans (NFL) 2005-06; Denver Broncos (NFL) 2007-08. *Herrera, Anthony (2003), Offensive Line: (2004 Free Agent) Minnesota Vikings (NFL) 2004-Present. Hickman, Herman (1931), Guard: Brooklyn Dodgers (NFL) 1932-34. Hill, Jim (1950), Back: (1951 Draft - 15th Round), Detroit Lions (NFL) 1951-52; Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 1955. Hillman, Bill (1946), Back: (1947 Draft - 25th Round), Detroit Lions (NFL) 1947. Hobby, Marion (1989), Defensive End: (1990 Draft - 3rd Round - Minnesota), New England Patroits (NFL) 19901993. Holloway, Condredge (1974), Quarterback: (1975 Draft 12th Round - New England), Ottawa Rough Riders (CFL) 1975-1980; Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 1981-1986; British Columbia Lions (CFL) 1987. Houston, Cedric,(2004), Running Backs: (2005 Draft - 6th Round), New York Jets (NFL) 2005-06. Howard, Joey (1987), Offensive Tackle: (1988 Draft - 9th Round), San Diego Chargers (NFL) 1988-1990. Howard, William (1987), Running Back: (1988 Draft - 5th Round), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) 1988-89. Hubbell, Franklin (Bud) (1946), End-Tackle: (1947 Draft - 9th Round - Miami (AAFC)), Los Angeles Rams (NFL) 1947-49. Huffman, Dick (1946), Tackle: (1945 Draft - 7th Round Cleveland), Los Angeles Rams (NFL) 1947-50; Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL) 1951-55; Calgary Stampeders (CFL) 1956-57.

Hunt, George (1971), Kicker: (1972 Draft - 5th Round), Cleveland Browns (NFL) 1972 Taxi Squad; Baltimore Colts (NFL) 1973; New York Giants (NFL) 1975. Hust, Al (1942) End: (1943 Draft - 3rd Round), Chicago Cardinals (NFL) 1946. Hutton, Tom (1994), Punter: (1995 Free Agent) Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1995-98; Miami Dolphins (NFL) 1999. Ingram, Brian (1981), Defensive End: (1982 Draft - 4th Round), New England Patriots (NFL) 1982-86; San Diego Chargers 1987. Irwin, Tim (1980), Offensive Tackle: (1981 Draft - 3rd Round), Minnesota Vikings (NFL) 1981-1993; Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) 1994; Miami Dolphins (NFL) 1994. Jackson, Bernard (2001) Defensive End: (2002 Free Agent), Washington Redskins (NFL) 2002. James, Roland (1979), Defensive Back: (1980 Draft - 1st Round), New England Patriots (NFL) 1980-90.. Jeffers, Lemont Holt (1981), Linebacker: (1981 Draft - 6th Round - Washington), Memphis Showboats (USFL) 1984-85; New Jersey Generals (USFL) 1985; Montreal Alouettes (CFL) 1985-86; Calgary Stampeders (CFL) 1987-1990. Jenkins, DeRon (1995), Defensive Back: (1996 Draft - 2nd Round), Baltimore Ravens (NFL) 1996-99; San Diego Chargers (NFL) 2000; Tennessee Titans (NFL) 2001; Carolina Panthers (NFL) 2002. Johnson, Bob (1967), Center: (1968 Draft - 1st Round), Cincinnati Bengals (AFL) 1968-69 (NFL) 1970-78. Johnson, Carl (1972), Defensive End: (1973 Draft - 10th Round), Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1973 (Taxi Squad). Johnson, Steve (1998), Defensive Back: (1999 Draft - 6th Round - Seattle), Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1999-2000; Amsterdam Admirals (EU) 2000. Johnson, Tom (1972), Center: Jacksonville Sharks (WFL) 1974; San Antonio Wings (WFL) 1975. Jones, Dale (1986), Linebacker: (1987 Draft - 10th Round), Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1987.


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Nickla, Ed (1952), End: Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 1954; Chicago Bears (NFL) 1959. Noel, Tori (1997) Defensive Back: (1998 Free Agent) Barcelona Dragons (EU) 1998; Denver Broncos (NFL) 1999. North, Lee (1981), Center: (1981 Free Agent), Tampa Bay Bandits (USFL) 1984-85. Oleksiak, Pat (1954), Tailback: (1955 Draft - 18th Round Detroit), Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL) 1955. Overstreet, Will (2001), Defensive End: (2002 Draft - 3rd Round), Atlanta Falcons (NFL) 2002-03. Parker, Eric (2001) Wide Receiver: (2002 Free Agent), San Diego Chargers (NFL) 2002-07. Parker, Jason (1996), Defensive Back: (1997 Free Agent), Rhein Fire (EU) 1997-1999. Peoples, Carlton (1982), Defensive Back: (1983 Free Agent), Memphis Showboats (USFL) 1984; Chicago Blitz (USFL) 1984. Petrella, Bob (1965), Defensive Back: (1966 Draft - 12th Round - Minnesota (NFL)/8th Round - Miami (AFL)), Miami Dolphins (AFL) 1966-69 (NFL) 1970-71. Pickens, Carl (1991), Wide Receiver: (1992 Draft - 2nd Round), Cincinnati Bengals (NFL) 1992-99; Tennessee Titans (NFL) 2000. Polofsky, Gordon (1951), Fullback: (1952 Draft - 5th Round - Los Angeles Rams), Chicago Cardinals (NFL) 1952-54. Poole, Steve (1975), Linebacker: New York Jets (NFL) 1976. Price, Peerless (1998), Wide Receiver: (1999 Draft - 2nd Round), Buffalo Bills (NFL) 1999-2002; Atlanta Falcons (NFL) 2003-04; Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 2005; Buffalo Bills (NFL) 2006-07. Puki, Craig (1979), Linebacker: (1980 Draft - 3rd Round), San Francisco 49ers (NFL) 1980-81; St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) 1982, 1983 (Injured Reserve). Ratliffe, Leslie (1995), Offensive Tackle: (1996 Draft - 7th Round - Denver Broncos), Scottish Claymores (WL) 1997; Rhein Fire (EU) 1997-98; Calgary Stampede (CFL) 2000. Rayburn, Virgil (1932), End: Brooklyn Dodgers (NFL) 1933. Rechichar, Bert (1951), Back: (1952 Draft - 1st Round), Cleveland Browns (NFL) 1952; Baltimore Colts (NFL) 1953-59; Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 1960; New York Jets (AFL) 1961. Reese, Lloyd (1941), Fullback: Chicago Bears (NFL) 1946; Detroit Lions (NFL) 1947. Reveiz, Fuad (1984), Placekicker: (1985 Draft - 7th Round), Miami Dolphins (NFL) 1985-89; Minnesota Vikings (NFL) 1990-95. Reynolds, Art (1973), Linebacker: Charlotte Hornets (WFL) 1974. Reynolds, Jack (1969), Linebacker: (1970 Draft - 1st Round), Los Angeles Rams (NFL) 1970-80; San Francisco 49ers (NFL) 1981-1984. Riggs Jr., Gerald (2005), Running Back: (2006 Free Agent), Rhein Fire (EU) 2007. Ritzmann, Constantin (2003), Defensive End: (2004 Free Agent), Buffalo Bills (NFL) 2004; Atlanta Falcons (NFL) 2005; Berlin Thunder (EU) 2007. Robinson, Larry (1973), Basketball; (1973 Free Agent), Back: Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1973. Rose, Roy (1935), End: (1936 Draft - 4th Round), New York Giants (NFL) 1936. Rotella, Jamie (1972), Linebacker: (1973 Draft - 3rd Round Baltimore), Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL) 1973-74.

THE VOLS

McRae, Charles (1990), Offensive Tackle: (1990 Draft - 1st Round), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) 1991-1995; Oakland Raiders (NFL) 1996. *Meachem, Robert (2006), Wide Reciever: (2007 Draft - 1st Round), New Orleans Saints (NFL), 2007-Present. Michels, John (1952), Guard: (1953 Draft - 25th Round), Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1953, 1956; Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL) 1957. Miles, Willie (2002), Defensive Back: (2005 Free Agent), British Columbia Lions (CFL) 2005. Miller, Anthony (1987), Wide Receiver: (1988 Draft - 1st Round), San Diego Chargers (NFL) 1988-93; Denver Broncos (NFL) 1994-1996; Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1997. Miller, Bubba (1995), Offensive Guard: (1996 Free Agent), Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1996-2001; New Orleans Saints (NFL) 2002. Miller, Darrin (1987), Outside Linebacker: (1988 Free Agent), Seattle Seahawks (NFL) 1988-1989. Miller, Mike (1982), Wide Receiver: (1983 Draft - 4th Round - Green Bay), New York Giants (NFL) 1983; Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) 1984. Mims, Chris (1991), Defensive End: (1992 Draft - 1st Round), San Diego Chargers (NFL) 1992-96; Washington Redskins (NFL) 1997; San Diego Chargers (NFL) 1998-99; Chicago Bears (NFL) 2000. *Mitchell, Marvin (2006), Linebacker: (2007 Draft - 7th Round), New Orleans Saints (NFL) 2007-Present. Mitchell, Stan (1965), Back: (1966 Draft - 8th Round - Washington), Miami Dolphins (AFL) 1966-69 (NFL) 1970. Mitchell, Xavier (2007), Defensive End: (2009 Free Agent), British Columbia Lions (CFL) 2009. Moore, Eddie (2002), Linebacker: (2003 Draft - 2nd Round), Miami Dolphins (NFL) 2003-06. Moore, Jeff (1978), Wide Receiver: (1979 Draft - 3rd Round), Los Angeles Rams (NFL) 1979-81. Moore, Mark (1990), Defensive Tackle: (1991 Free Agent), Team Dallas (WL) 1992. Moore, Rashad (2002), Defensive Tackle: (2003 Draft - 6th Round), Seattle Seahawks (NFL) 2003-05; New York Jets (NFL) 2006; New England Patriots (NFL) 2007. Morgan, Anthony (1990), Wide Receiver: (1991 Draft - 5th Round), Chicago Bears (NFL) 1991-1993; Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1994-97. Morgan, Stanley (1976), Wide Receiver: (1977 Draft - 1st Round), New England Patriots (NFL) 1977-89; Indianapolis Colts (NFL) 1990. Morris, Randall (1983), Running Back: (1984 Draft - 10th Round), Seattle Seahawks (NFL) 1984-1988. Myslinski, Tom (1991), Offensive Guard: (1992 Draft - 4th Round - Dallas), Washington Redskins (NFL) 1992; Buffalo Bills (NFL) 1993; Chicago Bears (NFL) 1993-94; Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) 1995-96; Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 1997; Indianapolis Colts (NFL) 1998; Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1999; Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 2000-02. Naumoff, Paul (1966), Linebacker: (1967 Draft - 3rd Round), Detroit Lions (NFL) 1967-78. Nash, Marcus (1997) Wide Receiver: (1998 Draft - 1st Round) Denver Broncos (NFL) 1998-99; Baltimore Ravens (NFL) 2000; Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL) 2002. Nettles, Ray (1971), Linebacker: (1972 Draft - 6th Round - Miami), British Columbia Lions (CFL) 1972-76; Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 1977; Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL) 1978.

STAFF

Mahelona, Jesse (2005), Defensive Tackle: (2006 Draft - 5th Round), Tennessee Titans (NFL) 2006. Majors, Bill (1960), Back: (1961 Draft - 12th Round - Philadelphia (NFL)/9th Round - Buffalo (AFL)), Buffalo Bills (AFL) 1961. Majors, Bob (1971), Defensive Back: (1972 Draft - 3rd Round - Philadelphia), Cleveland Browns (NFL) 197273; Memphis Southmen (WFL) 1974. *Manning, Peyton (1997) Quarterback: (1998 Draft - 1st Round), Indianapolis Colts (NFL) 1998-Present. Maples, Talmadge (1933), Center: Cincinnati Reds (NFL) 1934. Marsh, Stephen (2002) Defensive Back: (2004 Free Agent) Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) 2004-07. *Martin, David (2001), Tight End: (2001 Draft - 6th Round), Green Bay Packers (NFL) 2001-06; Miami Dolphins (NFL) 2007-09; Buffalo Bills (NFL) 2010-Pres. Martin, Tee (1999) Quarterback: (2000 Draft - 5th Round), Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 2000-2002; Rhein Fire (EU) 2002; Oakland Raiders (NFL) 2003-04; Winnipeg Bluebombers (CFL) 2005. Marvin, Mickey (1976), Offensive Guard: (1977 Draft - 4th Round), Oakland Raiders (NFL) 1977-81; Los Angeles Raiders (NFL) 1982-87. Maxwell, Jim (1971), Quarterback: (1972 Free Agent), Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1972-73 (Taxi Squad). *Mayo, Jerod (2007), Linebacker: (2008 NFL Draft - 1st Round), New England Patriots (NFL) 2008-Present. *McBride, Turk (2006), Defensive Tackle; (2007 Draft- 2nd Round), Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) 2007-09; Detroit Lions (NFL) 2010-Pres. McCartney, Ron (1975), Defensive End: (1976 Draft - 2nd Round), Los Angeles Rams (NFL) 1976 (Taxi Squad); Atlanta Falcons (NFL) 1977-79. *McClendon, Jacques (2009), Offensive Guard: (2010 Draft - 4th Round), Indianapolis Colts (NFL) 2010-Pres. McCleskey, J.J. (1992), Wide Receiver: (1993 Free Agent); New Orleans Saints (NFL) 1993-1996; Arizona Cardinals (NFL) 1997-2000. McCord, Darris (1954), Tackle: (1955 Draft - 3rd Round), Detroit Lions (NFL) 1955-67. McCullough, Andy (1997) Wide Receiver: (1998 Draft 7th Round) New Orleans Saints (NFL) 1998; Frankfurt Galaxy (EU) 1999; Arizona Cardinals (NFL) 1999-2000; Frankfurt Galaxy (EU) 2001; Oakland Raiders (NFL) 2001-02. McDaniel, Terry (1987), Defensive Back: (1988 Draft - 1st Round), Los Angeles Raiders (NFL) 1988-96; Oakland Raiders (NFL) 1996. *McDaniel, Tony (2005), Defensive Tackle: (2006 Free Agent), Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) 2006-08; Miami Dolphins (NFL) 2009-Present. McGee, Tim (1985), Wide Receiver: (1986 Draft - 1st Round), Cincinnati Bengals (NFL) 1986-1992; Washington Redskins (NFL) 1993, Cincinnati Bengals (NFL) 1994-96. McKenzie, Raleigh (1984), Center: (1985 Draft - 11th Round), Washington Redskins (NFL) 1986-94; Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1995-96; San Diego Chargers (NFL) 1997-98; Green Bay Packers 1999-2000. McKenzie, Reggie (1984), Linebacker: (1985 Draft - 10th Round), Los Angeles Raiders (NFL) 1985-88; Phoenix Cardinals (NFL) 1989-90; Montreal (Canada) Machine (WLAF) 1992.

OUTLOOK

Jones, Johnnie (1984), Running Back: (1985 Draft - 5th Round - Seattle), Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL) 1987-88. Jones, Mark (2003), Wide Receiver: (2004 Draft - 7th Round), New York Giants (NFL) 2004; Tampa Bay Buccanears (NFL) 2005-07, Carolina Panthers (NFL) 2008; Tennessee Titans (NFL) 2009. Kell, Chip (1970), Guard: (1971 Draft - 17th Round - San Diego), Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) 1971-72. Kelly, Andy (1991), Quarterback: (1992 Free Agent - Green Bay Packers); Rhein Fire (WLAF) 1995-96. Kelly, Todd (1992), Defensive End (1993 Draft - 1st Round), San Francisco 49ers (NFL) 1993-95; Cincinnati Bengals (NFL) 1995-96; Atlanta Falcons (NFL) 1996. Kent, Joey (1996), Wide Receiver: (1997 Draft - 2nd Round), Tennessee Oilers (NFL) 1997-98; Tennessee Titans (NFL) 1999-2000; Minnesota Vikings (NFL) 2000-01. Killian, Gene (1973), Guard: (1974 Draft - 16th Round), Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1974. Kiner, Steve (1969), Linebacker: (1970 Draft - 3rd Round), Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1970; New England Patriots (NFL) 1971, 1973; Washington Redskins (NFL) 1972-73 (Taxi Squad); Houston Oilers (NFL) 1973-78. Knight, Steve (1982), Offensive Guard: (1983 - Free Agent) Indianapolis Colts (NFL) 1987-88. Kremser, Karl (1968), Kicker: (1969 Draft - 5th Round), Miami Dolphins (AFL) 1969 (NFL) 1970; Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1971-72 (Taxi Squad); Baltimore Colts (NFL) 1973 (Taxi Squad). Lane, Eric (1996), Running Back: (1997 Free Agent), New York Giants (NFL) 1997-98; Atlanta Falcons (NFL) 1999. Lauricella, Hank (1951), Back: (1952 Draft - 17th Round Detroit), Dallas Texans (NFL) 1952. Layman, Jason (1995), Offensive Guard: (1996 Draft - 2nd Round), Houston Oilers (NFL) 1996; Tennessee Oilers (NFL) 1997-98; Tennessee Titans 1999-2002. Leachman, Lamar (1955), Center: (1955 Draft - 30th Round - Cleveland), Calgary Stampeders (CFL) 1956. Leak, C.J. (2005) Tight End (2006 Free Agent) Buffalo Bills, (2006 Practice Squad). Letner, Cotton (1960), Linebacker: Buffalo Bills (AFL) 1961. Lewis, Jamal (1999), Running Back: (2000 Draft - 1st Round), Baltimore Ravens (NFL) 2000-06; Cleveland Browns (NFL) 2007-09. Lincoln, Jeremy (1991), Defensive Back: (1992 Draft - 3rd Round), Chicago Bears (NFL) 1992-95; St. Louis Rams (NFL) 1996; Seattle Seahawks (NFL) 1997; New York Giants (NFL) 1998-99; Detroit Lions (NFL) 2000. Lipscomb, Paul (1942), Tackle: Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1945-49; Washington Redskins (NFL) 1950-54; Chicago Bears (NFL) 1954. Little, Leonard (1997), Defensive End: (1998 Draft - 3rd Round), St. Louis Rams (NFL) 1998-2009. Lloyd, DeAngelo (2000), Defensive End: (2000 Free Agent), Frankfort Galaxy (EU) 2001; Berlin Thunder (EU) 2005. Long, R.A. (1946), Back: Boston Yanks (NFL) 1947. Lott, Andre (2001), Defensive Back: (2002 Draft - 5th Round), Washington Redskins (NFL) 2002-05; Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 2006. Lucci, Mike (1961), Linebacker: (1961 Draft - 5th Round Cleveland (NFL)/20th Round - Los Angeles Chargers (AFL)), Cleveland Browns (NFL) 1962-64; Detroit Lions (NFL) 1965-73.


VOLMANAC

THE COLOR ORANGE

>> The Color Orange: The Condredge Holloway Story  Condredge Holloway, UT’s Assistant AD for Player Relations, was featured in The Color Orange: The Condredge Holloway Story, an ESPN film debuted in February as a part of the network’s Year of the Quarterback initiative. Executive Producer Kenny Chesney narrated the film that documented the life and career of Holloway, the first starting African-American quarterback in the Southeastern Conference.  The film was the idea of Chesney, the country music superstar who grew up in the Knoxville area idolizing Tennessee’s scrambling quarterback.  The film premiered in a private screening at Knoxville’s historic Tennessee Theatre, Feb. 16. Hundreds of guests turned out including Holloway’s head coach, Bill Battle, current head coach Derek Dooley, former UT coach Phillip Fulmer, and former UT players Sterling Henton, Peyton Manning, Tee Martin, Lester McClain, Pat Ryan, Randy Sanders, Larry Seivers and Jason Witten.  “I think we all know by now how much Con-

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Condredge Holloway, Kenny Chesney and coach Bill Battle at premiere showing.

dredge is loved by the amount of people in this room, and who came to see the film tonight. We all know Condredge is a great athlete, and know all the statistics and everything he meant to Tennessee football. But I think the thing that all of us who made this film have realized is that we got to know how great the man is behind the Orange Number 7.” -Kenny Chesney  The Color Orange: The Condredge Holloway Story debuted Sunday, Feb. 20, on ESPN.  Holloway has been inducted into eight halls of fame throughout North America: Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame, Alabama Sports Hall of Fame, Canadian Football Hall of Fame, UT Baseball Hall of Fame, and the city halls of fame for Toronto, Ottawa, Knoxville and Huntsville, Ala.

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Rudder, Bill (1973), Fullback: (1974 Draft - 3rd Round - San Diego), Chicago Fire (WFL) 1973; Birmingham Vulcans (WFL) 1975. Russas, Al (1948), End: (1949 Draft - 10th Round - Buffalo (AFL)/13th Round - Detroit (NFL)), Detroit Lions (NFL) 1949. Ryan, Pat (1977), Quarterback: (1978 Draft - 11th Round), New York Jets (NFL) 1978-89; Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1991. Sanderson, Dale (1983), Center: (1985 CFL Draft - 4th Round) Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL) 1985-97. Schaffer, Joe (1959), Tackle: (1960 Draft), Buffalo Bills (AFL) 1960. Scott, Bobby (1970), Quarterback: (1971 Draft - 14th Round), New Orleans Saints (NFL) 1971-72 (Taxi Squad) 1973-82; New Jersey Generals (USFL) 1983; Chicago Blitz (USFL) 1983. *Scott, Chris (2009), Offensive Tackle: (2010 Draft - 5th Round), Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 2010-Pres. Sears, Arron (2006), Offensive Tackle: (2007 Draft - 2nd Round), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) 2007-09. Sekanovich, Dan (1953), End: Montreal Alouettes (CFL) 1955; Ottawa Rough Riders (CFL) 1956. Shaw, Robert (1978), Center: (1979 Draft - 1st Round), Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1979-82. Sherrod, Bud (1950), End: (1951 Draft - 17th Round), New York Giants (NFL) 1952. Shields, Lebron (1959), Tackle: (1959 Draft - 22nd Round Detroit (NFL)/1960 Expansion Draft - Denver (AFL)/1961 Expansion Draft - Minnesota (NFL)), Baltimore Colts (NFL) 1960; Minnesota Vikings (NFL) 1961; Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 1962. Shires, Marshall (Abe) (1940), Tackle: (1941 Draft - 2nd Round - Cleveland Browns); Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1945. Shuler, Heath (1993), Quarterback: (1994 Draft - 1st Round), Washington Redskins (NFL) 1994-96; New Orleans Saints (NFL) 1997-98. Silvan, Nilo (1995), Wide Receiver: (1996 Draft - 6th Round), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) 1996-97. Simmons, Tony (1984), Defensive Tackle: (1985 Draft - 12th Round), San Diego Chargers (NFL) 1985-87; British Columbia Lions (CFL) 1990; Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL) 1991. Simonetti, Len (1941), Tackle: Cleveland Browns (AAC) 1946-48. Simons, Kevin (1988), Offensive Lineman: (1989 Free Agent), Cincinnati Bengals (NFL) 1989; New York/New Jersey Knights (WL) 1991. Simonton, Claud (1971), End: Jacksonville Sharks (WFL) 1974; Chicago Winds (WFL) 1975; Phildelphia Bell (WFL) 1975. Simpson, Hubert (1978), Running Back: (1979 Draft - 10th Round - Cincinnati), Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 1981. Sims, Tommy (1985), Defensive Back: (1986 Draft - 7th Round), Indianapolis Colts (NFL) 1986. Singer, Curt (1983), Offensive Lineman: (1984 Draft - 6th Round), Washington Redskins (NFL) 1984; Seattle Seahawks (NFL) 1986-88; New York Jets (NFL) 1989. Slater, Walter (1946), Back: (1946 Draft - 3rd Round - Philadelphia/1947 Draft 13th Round - San Francisco (AAFC)), Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 1947.

Smith, Carl (1958), Fullback: (1959 Draft - 9th Round - Detroit), Buffalo Bills (AFL) 1960. Smith, Chuck (1991), Defensive End: (1992 Draft - 2nd Round), Atlanta Falcons (NFL) 1992-99; Carolina Panthers (NFL) 2000-2001. Smith, Daryle (1986), Offensive Lineman: (1987 Free Agent), Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1987-88; Cleveland Browns (NFL) 1989; Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1990-92; Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 1993; Sacramento (CFL) 1994; San Antonio Texans (CFL) 1995; Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL) 1996. Smith, Jeff (1995), Offensive Guard: (1996 Draft - 7th Round - Kansas City), Scottish Claymores (WL) 1997; Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) 1997-2000; Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) 2001; Tennessee Titans (NFL) 2002. Smith, Rob (2005), Offensive Guard: (2006 Free Agent), Cleveland Browns (NFL) 2006-2007. Smith, Roy (1950), Tackle: Ottawa Roughriders (CFL) 195354. Spiva, Andy (1976), Linebacker: (1977 Draft - 5th Round St. Louis), Atlanta Falcons (NFL) 1977-78. Spradlin, Danny (1980), Linebacker: (1981 Draft - 5th Round), Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1981-82; Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) 1983-84; St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) 1985. *Stallworth, Donte’ (2001), Wide Receiver: (2002 Draft 1st Round), New Orleans Saints (NFL) 2002-05; Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 2006; New England Patriots (NFL) 2007; Cleveland Browns (NFL) 2008; Baltimore Ravens (NFL) 2010. Stanback, Haskel (1973), Tailback: (1974 Draft - 5th Round Cincinnati), Atlanta Falcons (NFL) 1974-79. Stephens, Travis (2001), Running Back: (2002 Draft - 4th Round), Tampa Bay Buccanneers (NFL) 2002-03; Houston Texans (NFL) 2003; Amsterdam Admirals (EU) 2004. Stevenson, Dominique (2001), Linebacker: (2002 Draft 7th Round), Buffalo Bills (NFL) 2002-03, Washington Redskins (NFL) 2004. Stewart, James (1994), Running Back: (1995 Draft - 1st Round), Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) 1995-99; Detroit Lions (NFL) 2000-03. Still, Eric (1989), Offensive Tackle: (1990 Draft - 4th Round - Houston), Frankfurt (Germany) Galaxy (WL) 1991-92. Stowell, Mike (1992), Offensive Guard: (1994 Free Agent), Shreveport Pirates (CFL) 1994-95. Stratton, Mike (1961), Linebacker: (1962 Draft - 13th Round), Buffalo Bills (AFL) 1962-69 (NFL) 1970-73; San Diego Chargers (NFL) 1973. Streater, Jimmy (1979), Quarterback: (1980 Free Agent), Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 1980-81. Stroud, Jack (1950), Tackle: (1951 Draft - 5th Round), New York Giants (NFL) 1953-64. Studaway, Mark (1983), Tackle: (1984 Draft - 4th Round), Houston Oilers (NFL) 1984; Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) 1985. Suffridge, Bob (1940), Guard: (1941 Draft - 6th Round Pittsburgh), Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1941-45. Swanson, Eric (1985), Wide Receiver: (1986 Draft - 7th Round), St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) 1986. Talley, Ben (1994) Defensive End: (1995 Draft - 4th Round), New York Giants (NFL) 1995-97; Atlanta Falcons (NFL) 1998-1999. Tarrant, James (1942), Back: Miami Seahawks (AAC) 1946.


VOLS IN THE PROS

THE 43 NFL FIRST-ROUND DRAFT CHOICES

Indianapolis Colts /// 1998 #1 Overall Draft Pick White, Brad (1980), Defensive Tackle: (1981 Draft - 12th Round), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) 1981-83; Indianapolis Colts (NFL) 1984-85. White, Reggie (1983), Defensive Tackle: (1984 Draft Supplemental - 1st Round), Memphis Showboats (USFL) 1984-85; Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1985-1992; Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1993-98. White, Steve (1995), Defensive End: (1996 Draft - 6th Round - Philadelphia), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) 1996-2001; New York Jets (NFL) 2002. Whiteside, Keyon (2002), Linebacker: (2003 Draft - 5th Round), Indianapolis Colts (NFL) 2003-05. Widby, Ron (1966), Punter: (1968 Free Agent), Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1968-71; Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1972-74.

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Weatherford, Jim (1968), Defensive Back: (1969 Draft 15th Round), Atlanta Falcons (NFL) 1969. Weaver, Herman (1969), Punter: (1970 Draft - 9th Round), Detroit Lions (NFL) 1970-76; Seattle Seahawks (NFL) 1977-80; Michigan Panthers (USFL) 1983. Webb, Chuck (1990), Running Back: (1991 Draft - 3rd Round), Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1991. *Wells, Scott (2003), Center: (2004 NFL Draft - 7th Round), Green Bay Packers (NFL) 2004-Present. West, Hodges (Burr) (1940), Tackle: Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1941. Westmoreland, Eric (2000), Linebacker: (2001 Draft - 3rd Round), Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) 2001-03; Cleveland Browns (NFL) 2004-06.

Peyton Manning

*Active Players as of June 2011 NFL - National Football League CFL - Canadian Football League EU - NFL Europe WL - World League of American Football (1991-93; 96-97) AFL - American Football League (1960-69) USFL - United States Football League (1983-85) WFL - World Football League (1974-75) AAC - All-American Conference (1946-49)

HONORS & records

Chicago Cardinals /// 1940 #1 Overall Draft Pick

Team Kansas City Chiefs San Diego Chargers San Francisco 49ers Washington Redskins Jacksonville Jaguars Indianapolis Colts Detroit Lions Denver Broncos Denver Broncos Baltimore Ravens New York Jets Jacksonville Jaguars New Orleans Saints Tennessee Titans Miami Dolphins Green Bay Packers New Orleans Saints New England Patriots Denver Broncos Kansas City Chiefs Arizona Cardinals

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George Cafego

Draft Name Pick 1992 Dale Carter, DB 20 Chris Mims, DE 23 1993 Todd Kelly, DE 27 1994 Heath Shuler, QB 3 1995 James Stewart, TB 19 1998 Peyton Manning, QB 1 Terry Fair, DB 20 Marcus Nash, WR 30 1999 Al Wilson, LB 31 2000 Jamal Lewis, TB 5 Shaun Ellis, DE 12 2002 John Henderson, DT 9 Donte’ Stallworth, WR 13 Albert Haynesworth, DT 15 2006 Jason Allen, DB 16 2007 Justin Harrell, DT 16 Robert Meachem, WR 27 2008 Jerod Mayo, LB 10 2009 Robert Ayers, DE 18 2010 Eric Berry, DB 5 Dan Williams, DT 26 Bold Indicates No. 1 Overall Pick

THE VOLS

Team Chicago Cardinals Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns Chicago Bears San Diego Chargers Cincinnati Bengals Los Angeles Rams New England Patriots Dallas Cowboys New England Patriots Kansas City Chiefs Chicago Bears Philadelphia Eagles St. Louis Cardinals New Orleans Saints Cincinnati Bengals Los Angeles Raiders San Diego Chargers San Francisco 49ers Tampa Bay Buccaneers Philadelphia Eagles Dallas Cowboys

STAFF

Draft Name Pick 1940 George Cafego, TB 1 1952 Bert Rechichar, DB 10 1953 Doug Atkins, DT 11 1964 Dick Evey, DT 14 1965 Steve DeLong, G 6 1968 Bob Johnson, C 2 1970 Jack Reynolds, LB 22 1977 Stanley Morgan, WR 25 1979 Robert Shaw, C 27 1980 Roland James, DB 14 1982 Anthony Hancock, WR 11 1983 Willie Gault, WR 18 1984 Reggie White, DT 4 Clyde Duncan, WR 17 1985 Alvin Toles, LB 24 1986 Tim McGee, WR 21 1988 Terry McDaniel, DB 9 Anthony Miller, WR 15 1989 Keith DeLong, LB 28 1991 Charles McRae, OT 7 Antone Davis, OT 8 Alvin Harper, WR 12

Wilkerson, Bruce (1986), Offensive Lineman: (1987 Draft - 2nd Round), Los Angeles Raiders (NFL) 1987-1994; Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) 1995; Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1996-97; Oakland Raiders (NFL) 1998. Williams, Billy (1994), Wide Receiver: (1997 Free Agent), Frankfurt Galaxy (EU) 1997; Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL) 1997. *Williams, Dan (2009), Defensive Tackle: (2010 Draft - 1st Round), Arizona Cardinals (NFL) 2010-Pres. *Willingham, DeAngelo (2008), Defensive Back: (2009 Free Agent), Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Dallas Cowboys (NFL) Preseason 2009; New England Patriots (NFL) Preseason 2010. Wilson, Al (1998), Linebacker: (1999 Draft - 1st Round), Denver Broncos (NFL) 1999-06. Wilson, Cedrick (2000), Wide Receiver: (2001 Draft - 6th Round), San Francisco 49ers (NFL) 2001-04; Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 2005-07. Wilson, Darryal (1982), Wide Receiver: (1983 Draft - 2nd Round), New England Patriots (NFL) 1983-84. *Wilson, Gibril (2004), Defensive Back: (2004 Draft - 5th Round), New York Giants (NFL) 2004-2007; Oakland Raiders (NFL) 2008; Miami Dolphins (NFL) 2009; Cincinnati Bengals (NFL) 2010-Pres. Wilson, James (1993) Defensive End: (1994 Free Agent), Detroit Lions (NFL) 1994-96; Rhein Fire (EU) 1997-Present. *Witten, Jason (2002), Tight End: (2003 Draft - 3rd Round), Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 2003-Present. Woods, Thomas (1989), Wide Receiver: (1990 Draft - 8th Round - Miami), Barcelona (Spain) Dragons (WL) 1991-92. Wyche, Bubba (1968), Quarterback: Saskatchewan Rough Riders (CFL) 1969, 1971-72; Detroit Wheel (WFL) 1974; Shreveport Steamers (WFL) 1975. Yatkowski, Paul (1993), Defensive Tackle: (1994 Free Agent - New York Jets), Ottawa Rough Riders (CFL) 1994-96; British Columbia Lions (CFL) 1997. *Young, Eric (2008), Offensive Tackle: (2009 Free Agent), St. Louis Rams (NFL) 2009; San Diego Chargers (NFL) 2010 (Practice Squad). Zander, Carl (1984), Linebacker: (1985 Draft - 2nd Round), Cincinnati Bengals (NFL) 1985-91.

OUTLOOK

Teague, Trey (1997) Center: (1998 Draft - 7th Round) Denver Broncos (NFL) 1998-2001; Buffalo Bills 2002-05; New York Jets (NFL) 2006. Terry, Corey (1998) Defensive End: (1999 Draft - 7th Round - Indianapolis) Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) 1999-2000. Thayer, Harry (1930), Guard: Portmouth Spartans (NFL) 1933. Thomas, Dave (1993), Defensive Back: (1993 Draft - 7th Round), Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1993-94; Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) 1995-99; New York Giants 2000-01. Thompson, Raynoch (1999), Linebacker: (2000 Draft - 2nd Round), Arizona Cardinals (NFL) 2000-04; Green Bay Packers (NFL) 2005. Toeaina, Albert (2005), Offensive Tackle: (2006 Free Agent), Rhein Fire (EU) 2007. Toles, Alvin (1984), Linebacker: (1985 Draft - 1st Round), New Orleans Saints (NFL) 1985-89. Townsend, Ricky (1974), Place Kicker: (1975 Draft - 13th Round - New York Giants), Memphis Southmen (WFL) 1975. Tracy, Tom (1954), Back: (1956 Draft - 5th Round - Detroit), Ottawa Rough Riders (CFL) 1955-56; Detroit Lions (NFL) 1956-57; Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 1958-63; Washington Redskins (NFL) 1963-64. Tucker, Josh (1999), Offensive Tackle: (2001 Free Agent), Frankfurt Galaxy (EU) 2001. Turnbow, Jesse (1977), Defensive Tackle: (1978 Draft - 8th Round), Cleveland Browns (NFL) 1978. Valbuena, Gary (1973), Quarterback: (1974 Draft - 10th Round - Miami), Southern California Sun (WFL) 1974; San Antonio Wings (WFL) 1975; Miami Dolphins (NFL) 1976 (Taxi Squad). Vaughan, Charles (1934), Back: Detroit Lions (NFL) 1935; Chicago Cardinals (NFL) 1936. Veal, Demetrin (2002), Defensive End: (2003 Draft - 7th Round), Atlanta Falcons (NFL) 2003; Denver Broncos (NFL) 2004-2006, Tennessee Titans (NFL) 2007. *Wade, Jonathan (2006), Defensive Back: (2007 Draft- 3rd Round), St. Louis Rams (NFL) 2007-09; Detroit Lions (NFL) 2010; Cincinnati Bengals (NFL) 2011-Pres. Walker, Darwin (1999), Defensive Tackle: (2000 Draft - 3rd Round), Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 2000-06; Buffalo Bills (NFL) 2007; Chicago Bears (NFL) 2007; Carolina Panthers (NFL) 2008-09. Walker, Shon (1991), Linebacker: Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 1992. Wampler, Chris (1982), Defensive Tackle: (1983 Free Agent), Jacksonville Bulls (USFL) 1984-85. Wantland, Hal (1965), Back: (1966 Draft - 16th Round Washington), Miami Dolphins (AFL) 1966. Warren, Buist (1940), Back: Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1945. Warren, Dewey (1967), Quarterback: (1968 Draft - 6th Round), Cincinnati Bengals (AFL) 1968. Warren, John (1982), Punter: (1983 Free Agent), Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1983-84. *Washington, Kelley (2002), Wide Receiver: (2003 Draft - 3rd Round), Cincinnati Bengals (NFL) 2003-06; New England Patriots (NFL) 2007-08; Baltimore Ravens (NFL) 2009; San Diego Chargers 2010-Pres. Watson, Brent (1977), Offensive Guard: (1978 Draft - 10th Round - Cleveland), Montreal Alouettes (CFL) 1978. Weary, Fred (2001), Offensive Guard: (2002 Draft - 3rd Round), Houston Texans (NFL) 2002-07.


VOLMANAC An Unofficial Victory It didn’t count, at least according to NCAA statisticians, but Tennessee’s first post-season bowl appearance came in the 1931 Charity Bowl game at Yankee Stadium. The game was one of a number of contests played during the Great Depression (mainly in 1931) to raise money for relief of the unemployed in response to the President’s Committee on Mobilization of Relief Resources.

bowl leaders >> NCAA Bowl appearance leaders 1. Alabama 2. TENNESSEE Texas 4.  Southern California 5. Nebraska 6. Georgia 7. Oklahoma 8. Penn State 9. LSU Ohio State 11. Michigan 12. Florida State Georgia Tech 14. Arkansas Florida

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Tennessee Bowl History Paved with Opportunity, Big Plays and National Championship Scenarios When bowl matchmakers begin the mental calculations leading toward their annual holiday events, Tennessee is one of a select group of universities that always receives thoughtful consideration. Traditionally, the Vols consistently provide an exciting bowl-game spectacle with high-powered offense and grudging defense. But that’s just one of many reasons Tennessee is a bowl promoter’s dream. UT’s other irresistible lure is its legions of fans, a collection of devoted supporters who bathe a neutral bowl site in a sea of orange worthy of a game at Neyland Stadium. The Vol faithful are good travelers who arrive at the game site early and make themselves seen and heard until they leave town. Tennessee has appeared in 49 bowl games, tying Texas for second on the all-time list. Of those games, a couple stand out as particularly memorable because of the bearing they had on producing two of the school’s national championships. In the early years of wire service polls, the national champion was selected at the end of the regular season. Bowl results were not part of the evaluation process. But Tennessee’s Cotton Bowl victory over Texas after the 1950 season was invaluable in paving the way for the crown UT claimed in 1951. The 20-14 upset of the Longhorns in Dallas on New

Year’s Day made the Vols the team to beat going into the next season. When the curtain fell on the 1951 campaign, Tennessee had ridden the momentum of its Cotton Bowl triumph to the national title as awarded by both wire service polls. Forty-seven years later, a bowl game was crucial to another UT national championship claim. In the first officially sanctioned Bowl Championship Series title game, the Vols met Florida State in a matchup of the two topranked teams at the close of the season. Led by the passing of quarterback Tee Martin, the Vols capped an undefeated season by turning back the Seminoles, 23-16, before a capacity crowd at the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl in Tempe, Ariz. National championship pandemonium reigned throughout the night at any place Vol fans were gathered. The significance of bowl games is in the eye of the individual, however, so you can pick among more than two dozen UT victories for your favorites. Certainly some of the other leaders would include: 1939 Orange Bowl (Vols 17, Oklahoma 0), 1965 Bluebonnet Bowl (Vols 27, Tulsa 6), 1971 Liberty Bowl (Vols 14, Arkansas 13), 1986 Sugar Bowl (Vols 35, Miami 7), 1990 Cotton Bowl (Vols 31, Arkansas 27), 1996 Citrus Bowl (Vols 20, Ohio State 14), 2002 Citrus Bowl (Vols 45, Michigan 17) and 2005 Cotton Bowl (Vols 38, Texas A&M 7).

Yards Player 250 Chuck Webb 180 Travis Henry 154 Jay Graham 154 Johnnie Jones 151 Tony Thompson 146 Reggie Cobb 131 Hank Lauricella

>> passing

Yards Player 408 Peyton Manning 393 Casey Clausen 384 Casey Clausen 365 Erik Ainge 315 Steve Alatorre 312 Tyler Bray 288 Bobby Scott 278 Tee Martin

>> receiving

Yards Player 199 Peerless Price 196 Anthony Hancock 125 Jason Witten 122 Joey Kent 119 Donté Stallworth 110 Peerless Price 109 Joey Kent

Yards Player 416 Peyton Manning 386 Casey Clausen 379 Casey Clausen 367 Erik Ainge 297 Tee Martin 290 Steve Alatorre

Bowl 1990 Cotton 2001 Cotton 1996 Citrus 1983 Citrus 1991 Sugar 1998 Peach 1951 Cotton

Opponent Arkansas Kansas State Ohio State Maryland Virginia Indiana Texas

Bowl Opponent 1997 Citrus Northwestern 2002 Citrus Michigan 2004 Peach Clemson 2008 Outback Wisconsin 1981 Garden St. Wisconsin 2010 Music City N.Carolina 1971 Sugar Air Force 1999 Fiesta Florida State Bowl Opponent 1999 Fiesta Florida State 1981 Garden St. Wisconsin 2002 Citrus Michigan 1997 Citrus Northwestern 2002 Citrus Michigan 1997 Citrus Northwestern 1996 Citrus Ohio State

Bowl Opponent 1997 Citrus Northwestern 2004 Peach Clemson 2002 Citrus Michigan 2008 Outback Wisconsin 1999 Fiesta Florida State 1981 Garden St. Wisconsin

>> all-purpose yardage Yards Player 250 Chuck Webb 242 Peerless Price 205 Anthony Hancock 191 Travis Henry 190 Donté Stallworth

33 32 27 26 26 25 25 24 23 22 22 21 21 20

>> tackles

Num. Player 20 Carl Zander 16 Reggie McKenzie 15 Jack Reynolds 14 Rey Nettles 14 Carl Zander 14 Dale Jones 14 Nick Reveiz

Blocking back/quarterback Buist Warren (left) skirts right end against the Sooners as the No. 2 Vols won UT’s first official bowl game 17-0 versus Oklahoma in the 1939 Orange Bowl in Miami. 188

>> rushing

>> total offense

>> NCAA Bowl wins leaders 1. Alabama 2. Southern California 3. Penn State 4. Georgia Oklahoma 6. TENNESSEE Texas 8. Nebraska 9. Florida State 10. Georgia Tech LSU 12. Auburn Mississippi 14. Ohio State

top performances

tennessee football >>> 2011 MEDIA GUIDE

Bowl Opponent 1990 Cotton Arkansas 1999 Fiesta Florida State 1981 Garden St. Wisconsin 2001 Cotton Kansas State 2002 Citrus Michigan

Bowl 1984 Sun 1984 Sun 1969 Cotton 1971 Liberty 1981 Garden State 1983 Citrus 2010 Music City

Opponent Maryland Maryland Texas Arkansas Wisconsin Maryland N.Carolina


BOWL HISTORY

1939 ORANGE BOWL vs. Oklahoma (W)

17-0

1940 ROSE BOWL vs. Southern California (L)

0-14 13-19 14-7

1945 ROSE BOWL vs. Southern California (L)

0-25

1947 ORANGE BOWL vs. Rice (L)

0-8

13-28

1953 COTTON BOWL vs. Texas (L)

0-16

1957 SUGAR BOWL vs. Baylor (L)

7-13

1957 GATOR BOWL 3-0 vs. Texas A&M (W) Bobby Gordon (RB) Most Outstanding Player

1966 GATOR BOWL vs. Syracuse (W) 18-12 Dewey Warren (QB) Most Outstanding Player 1968 ORANGE BOWL vs. Oklahoma (L)

24-26

1969 COTTON BOWL vs. Texas (L)

13-36

1969 GATOR BOWL vs. Florida (L) 13-14 Curt Watson (RB) Most Outstanding Player 1971 SUGAR BOWL vs. Air Force (W) 34-13 Bobby Scott (QB) Most Outstanding Player 1971 LIBERTY BOWL vs. Arkansas (W)

14-13

1997 FLORIDA CITRUS BOWL vs. Northwestern (W) 48-28 Peyton Manning (QB) Most Valuable Player Tyrone Hines (LB) Outstanding Defensive Player

1981 GARDEN STATE BOWL vs. Wisconsin (W) 28-21 Steve Alatorre (QB) Most Valuable Player

1998 ORANGE BOWL 17-42 vs. Nebraska (L) Jamal Lewis (RB) UT Most Valuable Player

1982 PEACH BOWL vs. Iowa (L) 22-28 Alan Cockrell (QB) Most Valuable Player

1999 FIESTA BOWL vs. Florida State (W) 23-16 Peerless Price (WR) Offensive MVP Dwayne Goodrich (DB) Defensive MVP

1983 FLORIDA CITRUS BOWL vs. Maryland (W) 30-23 Johnnie Jones (RB) Most Valuable Player Alvin Toles (LB) Outstanding Defensive Player 1984 SUN BOWL vs. Maryland (L) 27-28 Carl Zander (LB) MVP (Lineman) 1986 SUGAR BOWL vs. Miami (Fla.) (W) 35-7 Daryl Dickey (QB) Most Outstanding Player 1986 LIBERTY BOWL 21-14 vs. Minnesota (W) Jeff Francis (QB) Most Valuable Player Joey Clinkscales (WR) Outstanding Offensive Player Dale Jones (LB) Outstanding Defensive Player 1988 PEACH BOWL vs. Indiana (W) 27-22 Reggie Cobb (RB) Most Valuable Player 1990 COTTON BOWL 31-27 vs. Arkansas (W) Chuck Webb (RB) Outstanding Offensive Player Carl Pickens (DB) Outstanding Defensive Player 1991 SUGAR BOWL vs. Virginia (W) 23-22 Andy Kelly (QB) Most Outstanding Player 1992 FIESTA BOWL vs. Penn State (L)

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1993 HALL OF FAME BOWL vs. Boston College (W) 38-23 Heath Shuler (QB) Most Valuable Player

2000 FIESTA BOWL vs. Nebraska (L) 21-31 Tee Martin (QB) UT Most Valuable Player 2001 COTTON BOWL vs. Kansas State (L)

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 Dwayne Goodrich (left) and Peerless Price (right) accept the Defensive and Offensive MVP awards, respectively, after the Vols defeated Florida State, 23-16, to win the 1998 National Championship.

2002 FLORIDA CITRUS BOWL vs. Michigan (W) 45-17 Casey Clausen (QB) Most Valuable Player John Henderson (DT) Outstanding Defensive Player

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2002 PEACH BOWL vs. Maryland (L)

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2004 PEACH BOWL vs. Clemson (L)

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W-L BOWL (Years) Bluebonnet (1965-72-79) 2-1 Cotton (1951-53-69-90-2001-05) 3-3 Fiesta (1992-99-2000) 1-2 Florida Citrus (1983-94-96-97-2002) 4-1 Garden State (1981) 1-0 Gator (1957-66-69-73-94) 3-2 Liberty (1971-74-86) 3-0 Music City (2010) 0-1 Orange (1939-47-68-98) 1-3 Outback/Hall of Fame (1993, 2007, 2008) 2-1 Chick-fil-A/Peach (1982-88-2002-04-09) 1-4 Rose (1940-45) 0-2 Sugar (1941-43-52-57-71-86-91) 4-3 Sun (1984) 0-1 Totals 25-24

2005 COTTON BOWL vs. Texas A&M (W) 38-7 Rick Clausen (QB) Offensive MVP Justin Harrell (DT) Defensive MVP 2007 OUTBACK BOWL vs. Penn State (L)

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2008 OUTBACK BOWL vs. Wisconsin (W) 21-17 Erik Ainge (QB) Most Valuable Player 2009 CHICK-FIL-A BOWL vs. Virginia Tech (L) 14-27 2010 MUSIC CITY BOWL vs. North Carolina (L, 2ot)

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 49 Bowl Games: Ranks tied for 2nd all-time  All-Time Bowl Record: 25-24 (6th-wins)  Consecutive Bowl Seasons: 16 (1989-2004)

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1965 BLUEBONNET BOWL vs. Tulsa (W) 27-6 Dewey Warren (QB) Offensive MVP Frank Emanuel (LB) Defensive MVP

1979 BLUEBONNET BOWL vs. Purdue (L) 22-27 Roland James (DB) Defensive MVP

HONORS & records

1952 SUGAR BOWL vs. Maryland (L)

1996 FLORIDA CITRUS BOWL vs. Ohio State (W) 20-14 Jay Graham (RB) Most Valuable Player Leonard Little (DE) Outstanding Defensive Player

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1951 COTTON BOWL vs. Texas (W) 20-14 Andy Kozar (RB) Outstanding Back Bud Sherrod (End) Outstanding Lineman

1974 LIBERTY BOWL 7-3 vs. Maryland (W) Mike Gayles (RB) Outstanding Offensive Player

1994 GATOR BOWL vs. Virginia Tech (W) 45-23 James Stewart (RB) Most Outstanding Player

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1943 SUGAR BOWL vs. Tulsa (W)

1973 GATOR BOWL 19-28 vs. Texas Tech (L) Haskel Stanback (RB) Most Outstanding Player

1994 FLORIDA CITRUS BOWL vs. Penn State (L) 13-31 Raymond Austin (DB) Outstanding Defensive Player

STAFF

1941 SUGAR BOWL vs. Boston College (L)

1972 BLUEBONNET BOWL vs. Louisiana State (W) 24-17 Condredge Holloway (QB) Offensive MVP Carl Johnson (DE) Defensive MVP

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VOLMANAC Since the inception of wire service polls, Tennessee has frequently placed among the nation’s leaders in the national rankings. The Associated Press poll, which began in 1936, the United Press International poll, running from 1950 until 1991, and the CNN-USA Today poll lasting from 1982 until 1997, when it became the ESPN/USA Today poll, all reflect the lofty standings of the Vols in the eyes of coaches, sports writers and broadcasters. Tennessee won the 1951 and 1998 national championships in all polls and finished No. 2 in 1938, 1939, 1956, 1967 and 1995. The Vols have been awarded other national championships as determined by different points and ratings systems in effect at the time. UT earned national titles in 1938 and 1940 according to both the Dunkel and Litkenhous Systems. The Vols were named national champs in 1950 by Dunkel and in 1967 by Litkenhous. The 1951 title was also honored by both the Litkenhous and Williamson Systems.

Tennessee as No. 1 Tennessee ended the 1951 and 1998 seasons ranked No. 1 in the major wire service polls. The 1998 Vols were crowned national champion by the Associated Press and ESPN/USA Today-Coaches poll, while the 1951 Vols were honored by both the AP and UPI polls. In addition, the Vols have held down the nation’s top spot on 15 different occasions in the history of the weekly Associated Press poll and have a 15-0 mark in those games. UT’s next game results after an AP No. 1 ranking are listed below. Poll Date Oct. 24, 1939 Oct. 31, 1939 Nov. 7, 1939 Nov. 14, 1939 Oct. 23, 1951 Oct. 30, 1951 Nov. 11, 1951 Nov. 20, 1951 Nov. 27, 1951 Dec. 4, 1951 Nov. 13, 1956 Nov. 9, 1998 Nov. 15, 1998 Nov. 22, 1998 Nov. 29, 1998 Dec. 6, 1998 Jan. 5, 1999

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Next Game Result Tennessee 17, Mercer 0 (Oct. 28) Tennessee 20, Louisiana State 0 (Nov. 4) Tennessee 34, The Citadel 0 (Nov. 11) Tennessee 13, Vanderbilt 0 (Nov. 18) Tennessee 68, Tennessee Tech 0 (Oct. 27) Tennessee 27, North Carolina 0 (Nov. 3) Tennessee 46, Mississippi 21 (Nov. 17) Tennessee 28, Kentucky 0 (Nov. 24) Tennessee 35, Vanderbilt 27 (Dec. 1) Final Poll Tennessee 27, Mississippi 7 (Nov. 17) Tennessee 28, Arkansas 24 (Nov. 14) Tennessee 59, Kentucky 21 (Nov. 21) Tennessee 41, Vanderbilt 0 (Nov. 28) Tennessee 24, Mississippi State 14 (Dec. 5) Tennessee 23, Florida State 16 (Jan. 4, 1999) Final Poll

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AP No. 1 Finishes: 2 Coaches’ Poll No. 1 Finishes: 2

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AP No. 2 Finishes: 4 Coaches’ Poll No. 2 Finishes: 3

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AP Top 5 Finishes: 13 Coaches’ Poll Top 5 Finishes: 10

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AP Top 10 Finishes: 23 Coaches’ Poll Top 10 Finishes: 18

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AP Top 25 Finishes: 42 Coaches’ Poll Top 25 Finishes: 35

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 Consecutive Top 25 AP Finishes: 11  Consecutive Top 25 Coaches’ Poll Top 5 Finishes: 13 * Coaches voted in the UPI poll until 1991, when they began voting in the CNN-USA Today poll. It became ESPN/USA Today poll in 1997.

In its 100 plus-year history, Tennessee has been involved in 10 contests in which the Vols’ opponent was ranked No. 1 in the country. UT has a 2-8 all-time record when playing the nation’s top-ranked team. The most recent home game between Tennessee and the No. 1-rated team was against Miami (Fla.) Nov. 9, 2002, in Knoxville. The Vols’ two victories against a No. 1 team have come against Southeastern Conference foes. Tennessee, ranked No. 13, edged Louisiana State 14-13 on Nov. 7, 1959, in Knoxville, to knock the Tigers out of the top spot. On Sept. 28, 1985, the Vols, 0-0-1 and unranked at the time, soundly defeated top-rated Auburn 38-20 in Knoxville. The 1985 Vols went on to win the SEC Championship and finish No. 4 nationally in all polls. Date Nov. 7, 1959 Oct. 20, 1979 Oct. 18, 1980 Sept. 28, 1985 Nov. 10, 1990 Sept. 17, 1994 Sept. 20, 1997 Nov. 9, 2002 Sept. 19, 2009 Oct. 24, 2009

Winner Loser (13) Tennessee 14 (1) Louisiana St. 13 (1) Alabama 27 (NR) Tennessee 17 (1) Alabama 27 (NR) Tennessee   0 (NR) Tennessee 38 (1) Auburn 20 (1) Notre Dame 34 (9) Tennessee 29 (1) Florida 31 (14) Tennessee   0 (1) Florida 33 (4) Tennessee 20 (1) Miami (Fla.) 26 (NR) Tennessee 3 (1) Florida 23 (NR) Tennessee 13 (1) Alabama 12 (NR) Tennessee 10

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Tennessee in the Final Polls >> 1936

>> 1949

>> 1940

>> 1944

Season Record - 10-1 (National/SEC Champions) Final Poll Rank - No. 4 (AP) Sugar Bowl (Boston College, L, 13-19)

Season Record - 7-1-1 Final Poll Rank - No. 12 (AP) Rose Bowl (Southern California, L, 0-25)

Season Record - 11-0 (National/SEC Champions) Final Poll Rank - No. 2 (AP) Orange Bowl (Oklahoma, W, 17-0)

>> 1941

>> 1945

Season Record - 8-1 Final Poll Rank - No. 14 (AP)

Season Record - 11-1 (National Champions) Final Poll Rank - No. 3 (UPI), No. 4 (AP) Cotton Bowl (Texas, W, 20-14)

>> 1939

>> 1942

>> 1946

>> 1951

Season Record - 6-2-2 Final Poll Rank - No. 17 (AP)

>> 1938

Season Record - 10-1 (SEC Champions) Final Poll Rank - No. 2 (AP) Rose Bowl (Southern California, L, 0-14)

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Season Record - 8-2 Final Poll Rank - No. 18 (AP)

Season Record - 9-1-1 Final Poll Rank - No. 7 (AP) Sugar Bowl (Tulsa, W, 14-7)

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Season Record - 9-2 (SEC Champions) Final Poll Rank - No. 7 (AP) Orange Bowl (Rice, L, 8-0)

Season Record - 7-2-1 Final Poll Rank - No. 17

>> 1950

Season Record - 10-1 (NCAA/SEC Champions) Final Poll Rank - No. 1 (AP, UPI) Sugar Bowl (Maryland, L, 28-13)


VOLS IN THE NATIONAL RANKINGS

>> 1973

>> 1995

>> 1957

>> 1974

>> 1996

>> 1960

>> 1983

>> 1997

>> 1985

>> 1998

Season Record - 10-1 (SEC Champions) Final Poll Rank - No. 2 (AP, UPI) Sugar Bowl (Baylor, L, 7-13)

Season Record - 8-3 Final Poll Rank - No. 13 (AP), No. 16 (UPI) Gator Bowl - (Texas A&M, W, 3-0)

Season Record - 6-2-2 Final Poll Rank - No. 19 (UPI)

>> 1965

Season Record - 8-1-2 Final Poll Rank - No. 10 (AP, UPI) Bluebonnet Bowl (Tulsa, W, 27-6)

>> 1966

>> 1967

Season Record - 9-2 (National/SEC Champions) Final Poll Rank - No. 2 (AP, UPI) Orange Bowl (Oklahoma, L, 24-26)

>> 1968

>> 1969

Season Record - 9-2 (SEC Champions) Final Bowl Rank - No. 11 (UPI), No. 15 (AP) Gator Bowl (Florida, L, 13-14)

>> 1970

Season Record - 11-1 Final Poll Rank - No. 4 (AP, UPI) Sugar Bowl (Air Force, W, 34-13)

Season Record - 9-3 Final Poll Rank - No. 17 (CNN-USA Today) Florida Citrus Bowl (Maryland, W, 30-23)

Season Record - 11-2 (SEC Champions) Final Poll Rank - No. 7 (AP), No. 8 (ESPN-USA Today) Orange Bowl (Nebraska, L, 17-42)

Season Record - 9-1-2 (SEC Champions) Final Poll Rank - No. 4 (AP, UPI) Sugar Bowl (Miami, W, 35-7)

Season Record - 13-0 (National/SEC Champions) Final Poll Rank - No. 1 (AP, ESPN-USA Today) Fiesta Bowl (Florida State, W, 23-16)

>> 1987

>> 1999

Season Record - 10-2-1 Final Bowl Rank - No. 13 (UPI), No. 14 (AP) Peach Bowl (Indiana, W, 27-22)

Season Record - 9-3 Final Poll Rank - No. 9 (AP, ESPN-USA Today) Fiesta Bowl (Nebraska, L, 31-21)

>> 1989

>> 2000

>> 1990

>> 2001

Season Record - 11-1 (SEC Champions) Final Poll Rank - No. 5 (AP, UPI, CNN-USA Today) Cotton Bowl (Arkansas, W, 31-27)

Season Record - 8-4 Final Poll Rank - No. 25 (AP) Cotton Bowl (Kansas State, L, 35-21)

Season Record - 9-2-2 (SEC Champions) Final Poll Rank - No. 7 (UPI, CNN-USA Today), No. 8 (AP) Sugar Bowl (Virginia, W, 23-22)

Season Record - 11-2 Final Poll Rank - No. 4 (AP, ESPN-USA Today) Florida Citrus Bowl (Michigan, W, 45-17)

>> 1991

>> 2003

Season Record - 9-3 Final Poll Rank - No. 14 (AP), No. 15 (UPI, CNNUSA Today) Fiesta Bowl (Penn State, L, 42-17)

>> 1992

Season Record - 9-3 Final Poll Rank - No. 12 (AP, CNN-USA Today) Hall of Fame Bowl (Boston College, W, 38-23)

>> 1971

Season Record - 10-2 Final Poll Rank - No. 9 (AP, UPI) Liberty Bowl (Arkansas, W, 14-13)

Season Record - 10-2 Final Poll Rank - No. 9 (AP, CNN-USA Today) Florida Citrus Bowl (Northwestern, W, 48-28)

>> 1993

Season Record - 10-2 Final Poll Rank - No. 11 (CNN-USA Today), No. 12 (AP) Florida Citrus Bowl (Penn State, L, 31-13)

Season Record - 10-3 Final Poll Rank - No. 15 (AP), No. 16 (ESPN-USA Today) Peach Bowl (Clemson, L, 27-14)

>> 2004

Season Record - 10-3 Final Poll Rank - No. 13 (AP), No. 15 (ESPN-USA Today) Cotton Bowl (Texas A&M, W, 38-7)

last time in the national polls Throughout its history, the University of Tennessee football program has been a regular member of the Associated Press and, more recently, the ESPN/USA Today Coaches polls. Below is a listing of the last time the Vols were ranked in a particular position in each poll. Tennessee’s last No. 1 ranking came at the end of the 1998 football season after Tennessee’s 23-16 win over Florida State in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Jan. 4, 1999. The win garnered Tennessee the undisputed national championship thanks in part to the advent of the Bowl Championship Series, which matched the top two teams in the land in a fight for the national title. Rank Associated Press 1st Final 1998 2nd Dec. 2, 2001 3rd Preseason 2005 4th Aug. 26, 2002 5th Sept. 11, 2005 6th Sept. 4, 2005 7th Oct. 15, 2006 8th Oct. 29, 2006 9th Oct. 31, 2004 10th Sept. 25, 2005 11th Sept. 5, 2006 12th Final 2007 13th Nov. 5, 2006 14th Nov. 25, 2007 15th Preseason 2007 16th Dec. 2, 2007 17th Dec. 3, 2006 18th Preseason 2008 19th Nov. 18, 2007 20th Oct. 14, 2007 21st Oct. 12, 2003 22nd Nov. 4, 2007 23rd Preseason 2006 24th Oct. 28, 2007 25th Oct. 7, 2007

Coaches ESPN/USA Today Final 1998 Dec. 2, 2001 Preseason 2005 Sept. 11, 2005 Preseason 2002 Nov. 18, 2001 Oct. 2, 2005 Oct. 29, 2006 Oct. 22, 2006 Sept. 29, 2002 Sept. 18, 2005 Final 2007 Oct. 17, 2004 Oct. 1, 2006 Nov. 25, 2007 Nov. 14, 2004 Sept. 12, 2006 Preseason 2008 Nov. 18, 2007 Nov. 16, 1992 Nov. 19, 2006 Oct. 14, 2007 Final 2006 Nov. 4, 2007 Oct. 23, 2005

>> 2006

Season Record - 9-4 Final Poll Rank - No. 25 (AP), No. 23 (USA-Today/ Coaches) Outback Bowl (Penn State, L, 20-10) 191

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Season Record - 8-2-1 Final Poll Rank - No. 7 (UPI), No. 13 (AP) Cotton Bowl (Texas, L, 36-13)

Season Record - 7-3-2 Final Poll Rank - No. 15 (UPI), No. 20 (AP) Liberty Bowl (Maryland, W, 7-3)

Season Record - 11-1 Final Poll Rank - No. 2 (CNN-USA Today), No. 3 (AP) Florida Citrus Bowl (Ohio State, W, 20-14)

Season Record - 10-4 Final Poll Rank - No. 12 (AP), No. 12 (USA-Today/ Coaches) Outback Bowl (Wisconsin, W, 21-17)

HONORS & records

Season Record - 8-3 Final Poll Rank - No. 14 (UPI) Gator Bowl (Syracuse, W, 18-12)

Season Record - 8-4 Final Bowl Rank - No. 19 (AP) Gator Bowl (Texas Tech, L, 19-28)

>> 2007

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>> 1956

Season Record - 8-4 Final Poll Rank - No. 18 (UPI), No. 22 (AP) Gator Bowl (Virginia Tech, W, 45-23)

THE VOLS

>> 1994

Season Record - 10-2 Final Poll Rank - No. 8 (AP), No. 11 (UPI) Astro Bluebonnet Bowl (Louisiana State, W, 24-17)

STAFF

>> 1972

Season Record - 8-2-1 Final Poll Rank - No. 8 (AP, UPI) Cotton Bowl (Texas, L, 0-16)

OUTLOOK

>> 1952


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Tennessee Lettermen’s T-Club The Tennessee Lettermen’s T-Club is open to any person who has been awarded a varsity letter in any NCAA sanctioned sport at UT and is interested in the purposes of the organization. All members who have paid their annual dues should be known as an active member with rights and privileges according to the bylaws. The Athletic Department has made it a top priority to create a warm atmosphere for former Vol athletes on those happy occasions when they return to campus for a visit. And now, they have a place to congregate in majestic opulence on Saturdays before Tennessee football games. The Lauricella Center for Letterwinners, which opened in the fall of 2008, is located in the northwest corner of Neyland Stadium and constitutes the perfect gathering place. The Center is open two hours before kickoff to lettermen and their guests each home game. The business office for the Lettermen’s “T” Club is located in Thompson-Boling Arena.

Lettermen’s T-Club P.O. Box 47 Knoxville, TN 37901-0047 (865) 974-9054 T-club@utk.edu

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Bacon, J.B., RE, 1899 Bacon, Pryor E., HB, 1938, 39, Chattanooga Bailey, Carey, DT, 1988, 89, 90, 91, Morgantown, W.Va. Bailey, Howard H., T, 1932, 33, 34, Knoxville Bailey, John (Skeeter) W., HB, 1938, Portland Baird, Doug, OG, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Waverly Baird, James A., LT, 1896, 97 (Capt.) Baird, Robert R., RT, 1896, 97 Baker, Bill, WB, 1966, 67, 68, Jasper Baker, Carey, RB, 1990, McEwen Baker, Charles F., RG, 1947, 48, 49, Knoxville Baker, Charles B., RT, 1960, Chattanooga Baker, Rashad, DB, 2000, 01, 02, 03 (Capt.), Camden, N.J. Baker, W.G., FB, 1906, 07, 08, Rockwood Baldini, Ralph, G, 1961, Horseheads, N.Y. Balitsaris, George, FB, 1946, 47, 48, Pittsburgh, Pa. Balitsaris, Mike, E, 1939, 40, 41, Pittsburgh, Pa. Balthis, R.F., Sub., 1901 Balthrop, Joe, OT, 1969, 70, 71, Clarksville Bandemier, Bill, LB, 1973, Bolingbrook, Ill. Banks, James, QB/WR, 2002, 03, Indianapolis, Ind. Banks, Randy, DB, 1990, Knoxville Baracca, Marty, FB, 1960, 61, Blairsville, Pa. Barbish, Bill (Moose), QB, 1951, 52, 53, Cleveland, Ohio Barker, Grey, RB, 1995, Humboldt Barksdale, Val, DB, 1977, 78, 79, 80, Harriman Barnes, Brett, LB, 2008 (Service) Knoxville Barnes, William (Billy), E, 1937, 38, 39, Memphis Barnes, W.O, Sub., 1896 Barnhill, John H., G, 1925, 26, 27 (Capt.), Savannah Barnum, Greg, C, 1999, Killeen, Texas Barron, David, OLB, 1974, 75, 76, 77, Atlanta, Ga. Bartholomew, Ben, FB, 2008, Nashville Bartholomew, Sam, BB, 1937, 38, 39 (Capt.), Hillsboro, W.Va. Bartholomew, Will, RB, 1998, 99, 00, 01 (Capt.) Nashville Bass, Ben, T, 1969, Nashville Bass, Vernon, DB, 1984, 85, 86, Gallatin Bates, Bill, DB, 1979, 80, 81, 82, Knoxville Bates, Jim, LB, 1966, 67, Oxford, Mich. Bates, William M., RE, 1893 Batey, Jack S., E, 1924, Lewisburg Battle, Julian, DB, 2001, 02, Royal Palm Beach, Fla. Baucom, Tom, DT, 1967, 68, 69, Nashville Baugh, William M., Sub., 1893 Bayer, J.T., RG, 1909 Bayer, S.D., LT, 1913, 14, 15, Cumberland City Bayless, John D., QB, 1931, 32, 33, Hinsdale, Ill. Beard, Ed, BB, 1961, Norfolk, Va. Beavers, Brent, DE, 1997, Tazewell, Va. Becker, Hubert, TB, 1947, Tamaque, Pa. Beckler, David, E, 1970, Cleveland Becksvoort, John, PK, 1991, 92, 93, 94, Chattanooga Beene, F.R., RHB, 1906 Beene, Jones C. Jr., LE, 1901, 02, 03, 04, 05 Beene, L. Phillip, T, 1928, 29, 30, Jasper

Beene, Patton, RHB, 1901, 02 Begnaud, Shane, DB, 1993, 95, 97, Lafeyette, La. Behrens, John, SE, 1975, 76 (Service), Fairfax, Va. Bell, C.A., FB, 1897 Bell, J.D., Sub., 1897 Bell, L.L., RE, 1896 Bellis, Leonard, E, 1945, Philadelphia, Pa. Bellmont, L.T., RHB, 1904 Bennett, Andy, TB, 1969, 71, Tampa, Fla. Bennett, David, DB, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Germantown Bennett, Fred, MG, 1984, 85, 86, Prichard, Ala. Bennett, William R. (Bill), BB, 1956, 57, Elizabethtown, Ky. Bennett, Tom L., DE, 1969, 70, 71, Somerville Benson, Chris, WR, 1989, Ames, Iowa Benton, Charles, DB, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Spring City Bergmeier, Ron, WB, 1947, 48, 49, St. Louis, Mo. Berkhan, Rick, RB, 1977 (Service), Atlanta, Ga. Bernard, George R., FB, 1893 Beron, Billy, TE, 1994, 95, 96, River Ridge, La. Berry, Eric, DB, 2007, 08 (Capt.), 09 (Capt.) Fairburn, Ga. Berry, James, RB, 1978, 79, 80, 81 (Capt.), Natchez, Miss. Beutel, Jim, BB, 1954, 55 (Capt.), North Tonawanda, N.Y. Bevans, Mike, C, 1968, 69, 70, Donelson Bevis, William (Billy), B, 1942, 44, 45 (Capt.), Marianna, Fla. Bibee, M. Bert, C, 1932, 33, Jacksboro Bible, Alvah, T, 1970 (Service), Corbin, Ky. Biggers, Kurston, RB, 1999, 00, Nashville Binion, Larry, P, 1995, 96, Mesa, Ariz. Bird, Terry, OT, 1964, 65, 66, Elizabethtown, Ky. Blackstock, William (Bill), QB, 1951, Knoxville Blair, Hal Edward, HB, 1919, 20, 21 (Capt.) Blair, Reuben Moore, LE, 1919, Fayetteville Blake, Tom, T, 1945, Middletown, Ohio Blankenship, Warren, C, 1959, 60, 61, Huntingdon Blaylock, Brad, P, 2001 (Service) Cincinnati, Ohio Blessing, Hugh 1944 Bohannon, WIllie, DE, 2009, 10, Mobile, Ala. Bolden, Demonte’, DT, 2006, 07, 08 Chattanooga Bolton, Chris, LB, 1977, 78, 79, 80, Atlanta, Ga. Bond Robert U., T, 1924, Lenoir City Bone, William (Bill), QB, 1923, 24, Memphis Bonham, Shane, DT, 1992, 93, Fairbanks, Alaska Booker, Ronnie, MG, 1982, Knoxville Bordinger, Don, G, 1951, Williamsport, Pa. Borgognone, Dirk, PK, 1987, Reno, Nev. Boring, Frank (Boomer), T, 1949, 50, 51, Alcoa Boulware, Robert, DB, 2002, 03, 04, Charlotte, N.C. Bourches, Joe E., Sub., 1893 Bourkard, Harrison O., G, 1934, 35, Knoxville Bourne, T.P., Sub., 1900 Bowens, Minor, DT, 2010 (Service), Memphis Bowman, Larry, TE, 1974, Knoxville Boyd, Samuel B., HB, 1893 Boynton, John, OT, 1965, 66, 67, Pikeville Brackett, H.B. (Deke), QB, 1931, 32, 33, Knoxville Brackney, Rick, DB, 1989 (Service), Knoxville Bradford, Jim B., C, 1919, 20, Memphis

Brady, David, OT, 1973, 74, 75, 76, Merritt, Island, Fla. Bradley, Shazzon, DT, 1988, 89, 90, 91, Athens Branch, Rufus C., QB, 1910, 11 (Capt.) 12 Brandau, Arthur A., C, 1942, Baltimore, Md. Brandt, Frederic (Fritz) P., E, 1928, 29, 30, Erwin Brann, Ray O., C, 1958, Knoxville Braswell, James, DB, 1996, Maryville Bray, Tyler, QB, 2010, Kingsburg, Calif. Breeding, Ken, RE, 1960, 61, Kingsport Brengle, Bobby, TB, 1952, 53, 54, Spring City Brewer, Brent, DB, 2010, Tyrone, Ga. Bridges, Greg, DB, 1980, Knoxville Bridges, Hal, G, 1956, Chattanooga Briggs, Jesse, RB, 1977, Memphis Brimfield, William, OT, 2009, Norway, S.C. Briscoe, Josh, WR, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Shelby, N.C. Brixey, Tom, LT, 1948, 49, Tullahoma Bronson, Tom, LB, 1987, Brooksville, Fla. Bronson, Tommy E., FB, 1955, 56, 57, Gainesville, Fla. Brooks, Daniel, LB, 2003, 04, Jackson Broome, W. Lloyd, FB, 1938, 40, Knoxville Broug, J.L., LT, 1900, 01 Brown, Bob, G, 1960, Lawrenceburg Brown, Bryce, RB, 2009, Witchita, Kan. Brown, C.D., HB, 1892 Brown, Chris, TE, 2004, 05, 06, 07, Destrehan, La. Brown, Earle W., G, 1939, 45, Knoxville Brown, Eddie, DB, 1971, 72, 73 (Capt.) Guild Brown, Eric, LB, 1996, 97, Edmond, Okla. Brown, Fred (Bo), E, 1923, 24, 25, Cleveland Brown, Herbert T., G, 1928, 29, 30, Nashville Brown, Jake, DS, 2008 (Service), Conway, S.C. Brown, James P., RT, 1892, 93 Brown, Jonathan, DE, 1994, 95, 96, 97, Tulsa, Okla. Brown, Kenny, LT, 1960, 61, 62, Gallatin Brown, Laron, WR, 1983, Dayton, Ohio Brown, Richard, DT, 1984, 85, Riviera Beach, Fla. Brown, Terry, DB, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Macon, Ga. Brown, Tony, WR, 2001, 02, 03, 04 (Capt.), Lauderdale Lakes, Fla. Brown, Travis, DB, 1998 (Service), Memphis Brown, Victor, DB, 1992, 93, Savannah, Ga. Brown, W.C., Sub., 1906 Brown, W.P., LT, 1908 Brown, Wes, DE, 2006, 07, 08, 09, Athens, Ala. Browne, David, C, 1968, 69, 70, Birmingham, Ala. Brozowski, John, T, 1969 (Service), Allentown, Pa. Bruhin, John, OG, 1985, 86, 87, Knoxville Brunson, Mario, RB, 1990, 91, 92, 93, Portsmouth, Va. Bryan, C.L., QB, 1899 Bryson, G.G., HB, 1899 Bryson, Shawn, RB, 1995, 96, 97, 98, (Capt.) Franklin, N.C. Bryson, William J., FB, 1940, Asheville, N.C. Buckingham, H.L., C, 1910 Buckingham, T.N. (Nash), FB, 1901, 02 (Capt.) Bullard, Ralph, OT, 1974, 75, 76, 77, Atlanta, Ga. Burdette, A.M., Sub., 1906, 07 Burdette, George M., G, 1923, 24, 25, Lenoir City Burgess, Robert E., G, 1927, Knoxville Burke, Greg, PK, 1989, 90, Key Biscayne, Fla.


ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Crutchfield, Todd 1987, ILB, (Service), Charleston, W.Va. Cruze, Kyle (Buddy), E, 1955, 56, Knoxville Cummins, Charles L. Sr., LE, 1919, 21, Fayetteville Cummins, Charles L. Jr., LE, 1949, Hartsville Cunningham, Chad, KS, 2007, 08, 09, 10, Dawsonville, Ga. Cunningham, Mike, OG, 1976, 77, Knoxville Cunningham, Rory, OG, 1980, Mableton, Ga. Cvetnick, John, FB, 1954, Century, W.Va.

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Daffer, Ted, G, 1949, 50, 51, Norfolk, Va. Dafney, Bernard, OT, 1990, 91, Los Angeles, Calif. Dalton, Benny, DB, 1968, 69, Walland Dalton, Bob, RG, 1961, 62, 63, Walland Dalton, Ray, LE, 1962, Franklin Dalton, Terry, SE, 1966, 67, 68, Goodlettsville Daniels, Terry, DB, 1979, 80, 81, Miami, Fla. Daniels, Tim, OG, 1979, Massilon, Ohio Danychuk, Bill, T, 1964, Lachine, Quebec, Canada Darden, Brian, RB, 1996, 97, Vicksburg, Miss. Darty, Landon, LE, 1955, 56, 57, Carbon Hill, Ala. Darville, Stephen, DT, 2008 (Service) Rome, Ga. Davis, Antone, OT, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Fort Valley, Ga. Davis, Bob, C, 1949, 50, 51, Bluefield, W.Va. Davis, Charles, DB, 1983, 84, 85, 86, New Paltz, N.Y. Davis, Dorian, LB, 2006, 07, Iowa City, Iowa Davis, Harlan, WR, 1990, Metarie, La. Davis, Jabari, TB, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Stone Mountain, Ga. Davis, John (Tex), E, 1951, 52, Bogata, Texas Davis, Keith, RB, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Nashville Davis, Kevin, DE, 1974, 75, 76, Rome, N.Y. Davis, Ronald, DB, 1991, 92, 93, 94, Bartlett Davis, Steve L., DE, 1977, 78, 79, Knoxville Davis, Vando, RB, 1986, 87, 88, Wilmington, Del. Dawson, D.A., RHB, 1912, 13 Days, Kelly, DB, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Dayton, Ohio Deaver, Everett E. H. , G, 1924, Knoxville Decker, James Quinn, FB, 1928, 29, 30, Nashville DeFillippo, Joe, RB, 1975 (Service), Lancaster, Ohio DeHart, Dick, QB, 1966 (Service), Bridgeport, Conn. DeLong, Keith, ILB, 1985, 86, 87, 88 (Capt.), Lawrence, Kan. DeLong, Ken, TE, 1967, 68, 69, Norfolk, Va. DeLong, Steve, G, 1962, 63, 64 (Capt.), Norfolk, Va. DeLucca, Jerry, TE, 1954, 55, Peabody, Mass. Demastus, Mike, C, 1974, 75 (Service), Murfreesboro DeMelfi, Joe, C, 1962, Berwick, Pa. Denbo, Don, OG, 1968, 69, 70, Pulaski Denlinger, H.K., 1891, HB, (Capt.) Denney, Austin, TE, 1965, 66 (Capt.) Nashville Denson, Keith, DB, 1988, 89, Orville, Ohio Derryberry, F. Woodrow, B, 1935, 36, Columbia Derryberry, O. Merton, LE, 1930, 31, Columbia Derryberry, W. Everett, HB, 1925, 27, Columbia Derwin, Jim , TB, 1963, Wyandotte, Okla.

Dickens, Phil W., B, 1934, 35, 36, Hartsville Dickerson, Calvin, MG, 1981, Memphis Dickerson, Mondre, DT, 2002, 03, Memphis Dickey, Daryl, QB, 1984, 85, Gainseville, Fla. Dietzen, Walter N., HB, 1919, 20, 21, South Pittsburg Dilemme, Bill, RB, 1991, Longwood, Fla. Dinges, D.C., LG, 1907 Dingus, Vic, DE, 1967, 68, 69, Kingsport Diogu, Eric, TE, 1996, 97, 98, Garland, Texas Disney, Theodore E. (Ty), HB, 1929, 30, 31, Greenville Disspayne, Elmer, E, 1939, Nashville Ditmore, Frank M., E, 1934, 35, Etowah Ditmore, J.M., RT, 1958, Clarksville Doak, Alf, T, 1920, Tusculum Dobelstein, Bob, G, 1942, 44 (Capt.) 45, Bridgeport, Conn. Dobelstein, Russ, LT, 1944, 45, 46, Bridgeport, Conn. Dockery, Rex, LT, 1963, Cleveland Dodd, Robert Lee (Bobby), QB, 1928, 29, 30, Kingsport Dodson, Richard B., FB, 1925, 26, 27 Donahue, Ken, T, 1949, 50, Corryton Donaldson, R.C., C, 1896 Donaldson, W.J., LE, 1906 Donelson, A.J. Jr., LHB, 1911, 12 Doolin, Phil, DE, 1973, Rome, Ga. Dorsey, Albert, HB, 1965, 67, Tampa, Fla. Dorsey, Richard T., B, 1932, 33, 34, Memphis Dotson, Dewayne, DE, 1989, 90, Hendersonville Dougherty, Joe Q., T, 1933, 35, 36, Gate City, Va. Dougherty, Nathan W., RT, 1906, 07, 08, 09 (Capt.), Powell Station Douglas, A.H., LHB, 1901, 02 Douglas, Aaron, OT, 2009, Maryville Douglas, Cody, OT, 2002, 03, 04, 05 (Capt.), La Marque, Texas Douglas, David, OT, 1984, 85, Spring City Douglas, Steve, DT, 1983, 84, Spring City Downey, Pat, BB, 1962, 63, Montgomery, Ala. Drost, Ray, G, 1942, 46, 47, Scranton, Pa. Drummond, Keith, E, 1954, 55, Mt. Pleasant, Texas Drummonds, Ronnie, DE, 1968, 69, 70, Knoxville Dudley, Bubba, QB, 1969, Nashville Duff, Bill, DT, 1994, 95, 96, 97, Delran, N.J. Dumont, Guillaume, OG, 2003 (Service), St. Hubert, Quebec Duncan, Alan, PK, 1978, 79, 80, Norris Duncan, Clark, DB, 1977, 78, 80, Erwin Duncan, Clyde, WR, 1981, 82, 83, Oxen Hill, Md. Duncan, Edwin Cheek, HB, 1936, 37, 38, Decaturville Dunkin, Jim, OLB, 1983, 84, Bakersfield, Calif. Dutton, Cliff, WR, 1992, Sykesville, Mo. Duvall, Jim, TE, 1975, 76, 77, Tullahoma

THE VOLS

Cole, Jeff, OLB, 1983 (Service), Carthage Cole, Harry A., RT, 1910 Coleman, B.J., QB, 2008, Chattanooga Coleman, Chuck , RB, 1981, 82, 83, Louisville, Ky. Coleman, Cosey, OT, 1997, 98, 99, Clarkston, Ga. Coleman, Jimmy L., E, 1938, 39, 40, St. Albans, W.Va. Coleman, Jeff, DT, 1995, 96, 97, 98, Gaffney, S.C. Coleman, Lee, DT, 1969, Raleigh, N.C. Coleman, Reggie, OT, 1999, 00, 01, Jonesboro, Ark. Coleman, Wayne A., BB, 1960, 61, 62, Miami, Fla. Colhoun, Adams, Sub., 1897 Collier, Harris T., C, 1893 Colquitt, Britton, P, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Knoxville Colquitt, Craig, P, 1975, 76, 77, Knoxville Colquitt, Dustin, P, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Knoxville Colquitt, Jerry, QB, 1991, 92, 93, 94, Oak Ridge Colquitt, Jimmy, P, 1981, 82, 83, 84, Knoxville Colston, Travis, LB, 1999, 00, Marshville, N.C. Combs, Lewis, RB, 1982 (Service), Bluff City Cone, Steve, OG, 1973, 74, Lawrenceburg Connelly, Robert C., 1941 Cook, John, TE, 1982, 83, 84, Knoxville Cook, Xavier, DB, 1982, Memphis Cooper, Kenneth, RB, 1981, 82, 83, 84, Huntsville, Ala. Cooper, Kevin, FB, 2008, 09, 10, Chattanooga Cooper, Richard, DT, 1984, 85, 87, Memphis Cooper, W.C., LHB, 1948, 49, 50, Knoxville Cooter, Jim Bob, QB, 2006 Fayetteville Copeland, Jeremaine, WR, 1995, 96, 97, 98, Harriman Corby, Graff, WR, 1996, 97, Knoxville Cornick, T.R., RT, 1899 Costello, Mike, C, 1959, Springfield, Ohio Cottam, Brad, TE, 2004, 05, 06, 07, Germantown Cottam, Jeff, TE, 2006, 07, 08, 09, Germantown Cotton, Jackie, MM, 1963, 64, 65, Memphis Cottrell, C.B., Sub., 1907 Covington, C. L., LE, 1903 Cox, J.T., RT, 1901, 02 Cox, John B. 1891, 92 Cox, Morgan, DS, 2007, 08, 09, Collierville Cox, William G. 1929, 31, RE, Sevierville Cozart, Joe, DB, 1981, 82, Sweetwater Craig, George P., B, 1933, 34, 35 Craig, T.E., RT, 1899, Sherman, Texas Crain, Michael, DE, 2007 (Service) Jacksonville, Fla. Crawford, Denver, T, 1942, 46, 47 (Capt.), Kingsport Crawford, Edwin S. , T, 1934, 35 Crawford, Frank J., T, 1935, 36, 37 Crawford, S.D., QB, 1901, 02 Creamer, Andre, DB, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Baltimore, Md. Creer, Lenon, RB, 2007, 08 Tatum, Tex. Crompton, Jonathan, QB, 2006, 07, 08, 09 (Capt.), Waynesville, N.C. Crosby, Phillip, RB, 1997, 98, 99, Bessemer City, N.C. Cross, Roy L., E, 1942, 45, Knoxville Crossley, Andrew, FB, 2003 (Service), Talbott Crowson, Larry, QB, 1951, Sheffield, Ala. Crump, Raiques, LB, 2010, Birmingham, Ala.

STAFF

c Cafego, George QB, 1937, 38, 39, Scarbro, W.Va. Caldwell, Chan, E, 1945, 46, 47, Knoxville Caldwell, J.A., RE, 1902, 03, 04, 05 Caldwell, J.H. Jr., LHB, 1903, 04, 05 Caldwell, Lamar, LB, 1970, 71, 72, Memphis Caldwell, Mike, OT, 1972, 73, 74, Birmingham, Ala. Callahan, P.H., B, 1914 Callaway, Richard, TB, 1967, 68, 69, Eau Gullie, Fla. Callaway, Tom, MM, 1967, 68, 69, Welch, W.Va. Cameron, Bill, DT, 1963, 64, 65, Raeford, N.C. Cameron, A.D. (Scotty), HB, 1912, 14, 15, Chicago, Ill. Campbell, Bo, RB, 1995, Franklin Campbell, Corey, DB, 2003, 04, 05, Spring, Texas Campbell, David, DE, 1971, 72, 73, Nashville Campbell, Earl, G, 1950, 51, 52, Elizabethton Campbell, Eric, DB, 2000 (Service), Franklin Campbell, Josh, DS, 1998 (Service), Knoxville Campbell, Kenneth, RB, 1990, 91, Chattanooga Campbell, M.R., T, 1896, 99, Tullahoma Campbell, L. Roe, QB, 1920, 21, 22, 24, Greeneville Campbell, Tony, LB, 2000, 01, Athens, Ga. Canale, Frank, WB, 1962, Memphis Canale, George, TB, 1960, 61, 62, Memphis Canale, Whit, WB, 1962, 64, Memphis Canini, Pat, FB, 1963, Columbus, Ohio Cannon, Bram, H, 2008, 09, Memphis Cannon, Gary, KS, 1960, 61, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Cannon, R.L., HB, 1892 Cannon, Sinclair, DB, 2005, 06, 07, Greer, S.C. Cantrell, Craig, LB, 1979, Knoxville Cantrell, Edd M., E, 1953, 54, 55, 56, Sparta Careathers, Paul, RB, 1972, 73, 74, Lafeyette, Ga. Carmichael, Nick, DB, 1971, 72, 73, Atlanta, Ga. Carpenter, Don, DB, 1969, 70, Providence, R.I. Carr, Hilrey, FB, 1956, Livingston Carr, Marcus , TE, 1999 (Service), Kingsport Carroll, Alonzo M. Jr. (Goat), LE, 1911, 12, 13, 14 Carroll, Steve, DT, 1967, 68, 69, Chattanooga Carter, Al, TB, 1955, 56, 57, Sarasota, Fla. Carter, Dale, DB, 1990, 91, Oxford, Ga. Carter, George, E, 1950, Farmville, Va.

Carter, Howard, DT, 1976 (Service), Murfreesboro Carter, J.W., FB, 1959, 60, 61, Wise, Va. Carter, Tony, OLB, 1984 (Service), Nashville Carter, Vince, WR, 1984, 85, 86, Nashville Cartwright, Jim, BB, 1958, 59, 60, Athens Casteel, Mike, DT, 1980, 81, 82, Maryville Catanzano, Jon, DB, 2005 (Service) Murrysville, Pa. Cates, Clifton B., LT, 1914, 15 Chadnock, John, G, 1944, 45, Steubenville, Ohio Chadwell, James J., T, 1942, Kingsport Chadwick, Dennis, WR, 1970, 71, 72, Decatur, Ga. Chadwick, Walter, TB, 1965, 66, 67, Decatur, Ga. Chambers, Harold, RT, 1960, Danville, Ky. Champion, Toby, OG, 1998, 99, 00, Humboldt Chancey, Ralph E., FB, 1946, 47, 48, 49 (Capt.), Cleveland Chancey, Steve, FB, 1971, 72, 73, Knoxville Chandler, Allen E., C, 1942, Johnson City Chandler, H.C., HB, 1913 Chang, Peter, DB, 2005 (Service) Syracuse, Ind. Chapman, D.C., QB, 1896 Chapman, Joey, PK, 1990, 91, 92, 93, Franklin Chapman, Ray M., C, 1953, LaFollette Chauvin, Christian, PK, 2001 (Service) Metairie, La. Chavis, John, DT, 1977, 78, Dillon, S.C. Christian, Bill, DT, 1977, 79, Indiana, Pa. Christmas, E.K., 1924, Morristown Cifers, Ed, E, 1938, 39, 40, Kingsport Cifers, Robert G., HB, 1941, 42, Kingsport Cissell, Don, RT, 1959, 60, Louisville, Ky. Clabo, Neil, P, 1972, 73, 74, Knoxville Clabo, Phil, OT, 1973, 74, 75, Knoxville Clark, Vince, DB, 1982, 83, 84, Del Ray Beach, Fla. Clausen, Casey, QB, 2000, 01, 02, 03 (Capt.), Northridge, Calif. Clausen, Rick, QB, 2004, 05 (Capt.), Thousand Oaks, Calif. Claxton, J.O. (Jim), C, 1932, 33, 34, Knoxville Clay, Boyd, T, 1937, 38, 39, Old Hickory Clayton, Rufus, QB, 1922, Corydon, Iowa Clemmens, Bob B., HB, 1921, Maryville Clemmer, James H., E, 1930, 31, Benton Cleveland, Terence, WR, 1986, 87, 88, 89, Sweetwater Clifton, Chad, OT, 1996, 97, 98, 99 (Capt.), Martin Clinkscales, Joey , WR, 1984, 85, 86 (Capt.), Knoxville Cloninger, Bob O., C, 1952, 53, Chattanooga Cobb, Reggie, RB, 1987, 88, Knoxville Cochran, E.R., LE, 1906 Cockrell, Alan, QB, 1981, 82, 83, Joplin, Mo. Cody, J.R., C, 1907, Arlington Cofer, Joe, DB, 1982, 83, 84, Knoxville Cofer, Mike E. , TE, 1979, 80, 81, Chamblee, Ga. Cofer, Mike L., DE, 1979, 80, 81, 82 (Capt.), Knoxville Coffey, Bryan, DB, 1985, Shalimar, Fla. Coffey, Charles, G, 1953, 54, 55, Shelbyville Coffman, Leonard, FB, 1937, 38, 39, Greeneville Coggins, Roger, BB/QB, 1948, 49, Portsmouth, Va. Coker, LaMarcus, TB, 2006 Antioch Cole, Bill, DB, 1973, 74, 75, Church Hill

OUTLOOK

Burklow, Sammy, FB, 1956, 57, 58, Hazard, Ky. Burnett, Jon, DE, 1973, Knoxville Burnett, Kevin, LB, 2000, 01, 03 (Capt.), 04 (Capt.) Carson, Calif. Burnham, Bruce, G, 1954, 55, 56, Danvers, Mass. Burns, Mark, LB, 1979, 80, 81, Hunstville, Ala. Burton, Lee Otis, DT, 1978, Americus, Ga. Burton, Shane, DT, 1992, 93, 94, 95, Catawba, N.C. Bush, Wayne, TB, 1962, 63, Nashville Butcher, Elvin, C, 1925, 26, 27 Butler, Dan, T, 1951, 53, Norfolk, Va. Butler, Ed, TE, 1999, 00, 01, Huntsville, Ala. Butler, Johnny W., QB, 1939, 40, 41, Knoxville Buxton, Buck, DT, 1996, 97, Girard, Ga. Bybee, Joe T., E, 1927 Byrd, Ray, FB, 1951, 52, Knoxville


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Earl, Richard, OT, 1970, 71, 72, Petersburg, Va. Eblen, R. Hooper, B, 1935 Edgmon, Sam, FB, 2009, Pulaski Edmiston, Don (Speedy), T, 1939, 40, 41, Midland, Fla. Edmonds, Derrick, DB, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Tampa, Fla. Edmonds, H.M., RHB, 1896, 97, 1900, York, Ala. Edmonds, Oscar 1944, Knoxville Edwards, Anthony, DE, 1969, 70, 71, Kingsport Edwards, Skip, DB, 1964, 66, Ocala, Fla. Eichholtz, Bill, WR, 1984, Knoxville Eicholtz, Cory, DB, 2009, Knoxville Eldred, Ralph E., E, 1936, 37, 38 Elkas, Ray, LG, 1948, 49, Pawtucket, R.I. Elkins, L.E., Sub., 1910 Elliott, Frank S., T, 1925, 27 Ellis, Carl, T, 1963, 64, Mulberry, Fla. Ellis, Dick, T, 1967, Tullahoma Ellis, J.B., G, 1931, 32, 33, Halls Ellis, Shaun, DE, 1997, 98, 99, Anderson, S.C. Ellspermann, Steve, C, 1966 (Service), Ocala, Fla. Elmore, James W., HB, 1925, 26, 27, Knoxville Elmore, Kent, P, 1988, 89, Apopka, Fla. Emanuel, Frank, LB,1963, 64, 65, Newport News, Va. Embry, Jim, LB, 1974, Louisville, Ky. Emendorfer, Bill, OG, 1970, 71, 72, Cleveland Emert, Justin, OT, 1998 (Service), Rockford Emery, John, DE, 1993, 94, Norco, La. Emmons, Bobby, RB, 1976, 77, 78, Fayetteville Emory, Bill, LHB, 1915, 16 Emory, David, BB, 1957, Knoxville England, Lee, WR, 1987, 88, 89, Gallatin Ensley, Jerry, WB, 1960, 61, 62, Chandler, N.C. Epperson, Harry G., B, 1935, 36 Epps, Cortney, WR, 1994, Dallas, Texas Epstein, Adam, PK, 1988, East Amherst, N.Y. Epstein, Jason, KS, 1992 (Service), East Amherst, N.Y. Ernsberger, Dick, FB, 1949, 50, 51, Mansfield, Ohio Etter, Gene, TB, 1958, 59, 60, Chattanooga Evans, Art, DB, 2008, 09, 10, Lakeland, Fla. Evans, Joe, QB, 1919, 20 Evey, Dick, RT, 1961, 62, 63, Springfield, Ohio

F

Fagan, Jomo, WR, 2002, 03, 04, Plantation, Fla. Fair, Dale, FB, 1974, Elizabethton Fair, Terry, DB, 1994, 95, 96, 97, Phoenix, Ariz. Faircloth, Mallon, TB, 1961, 62, 63, Cordele, Ga. Fairfield, C.D., Sub., 1897, Oak Grove Falco, Joe, DT, 1963, 64, Bridgeport, Conn. Farmer, Joel, C, 1983, 84, 85, Knoxville Farrar, Scot, OT, 1976, 77, Manchester Faulkner, Craig, WR, 1990, 91, 92, 93 (Capt.), Richmond, Ky. Faust, Hugh D., QB, 1930, Knoxville Fayton, C.J., WR, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Virginia Beach, Va. Feathers, Beattie, B, 1931, 32, 33, Bristol, Va. Fellows, Roshaun, DB, 2004, 05, Warren, Ark.

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Retired numbers The 2005 ceremonies to retire the jerseys of Doug Atkins (91), Peyton Manning (16) and Reggie White (92) brought the list of retired jersey numbers at Tennessee to seven. This includes the four former Vol players, Clyde (lg) Fuson (62), Rudy Klarer (49), Bill Nowling (32), and WIllis Tucker (61), who died in World War II and had their jerseys retired in 1946. Ceremonies were held during the 2006 UT-Air Force game to officially memorialize those four players killed in World War II.  Four Vols who died during World War II had their jerseys retired in 1946. Ceremonies were held in 2006.

16 Peyton Manning 92 Reggie White Ceremony Oct. 29, 2005

Manning is the most decorated athlete in UT history. He left Tennessee as the SEC’s all-time leading passer with 11,201 yards, setting 42 passing records during his Vols career that included two NCAA, seven SEC and 33 UT marks. Off the field, Manning won the Draddy Award as National Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 1997 and graduated in three years with a degree in speech communications. He graduated with the highest grade-point average (3.61) in his field. During his pro career, Manning has earned Pro Bowl honors 11 times in his 13seasons played and garnered an NFLrecord four MVP awards (2004, 05, 08, 09). Manning has led the Colts to two Super Bowl appearances (XLI & XLIV) including XLI MVP honors following a 29-17 triumph over the Chicago Bears. He threw a then-NFL-record 49 touchdown passes in 2004 and already has 399 for his career. Manning’s career total of 54,828 passing yards stands third on the NFL alltime list.

 Retiring Jerseys

In 2005, Tennessee instituted criteria to retire additional numbers. Those criteria include, but are not limited to: candidates must be recognized as good citizens and have a minimum of five years between the candidate’s UT football career and consideration of this honor. A candidate must have achieved three of the following five collegiate honors: induction into the National Football Foundation or College Hall of Fame, Southeastern Conference (SEC) Player of the Year, Consensus All-America, Heisman Trophy winner, and have won one of the following general athletic/academic or nonposition specific awards: Sullivan Award, SEC Athlete of the Year (all sports) or Draddy Award.

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Ceremony Oct. 1, 2005

White, who died Dec. 26, 2004, at the age of 43, collected a school-record 32 sacks in his four years with the Vols to establish himself as the most prolific pass rusher in Tennessee history. Fifteen of those sacks came in his senior year of 1983, a campaign former Vols head coach Phillip Fulmer called the “most individually dominant season I’ve ever seen.” Known as the “Minister of Defense,” White went on to a 17-year pro football career, retiring as the NFL’s all-time sack leader with 198. He was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 2002. He graduated from Tennessee in 1990.

62 Clyde (Ig) Fuson

(March 11, 1923 — Dec. 4, 1944), a native of Middlesboro, Ky., and fullback on the 1942 team, shared playing time with Nowling. Ig had a younger brother, Herschel (Ug) Fuson, who was a freshman on the 1942 team.

49 Rudy Klarer

(March 9, 1923 — Jan. 6, 1945) was a reserve guard in 1941 and starter in 1942, from Louisville, Ky.

91 Doug Atkins

Ceremony Nov. 19, 2005

Doug Atkins is considered by many to be the greatest defensive end in football history. After originally signing with UT on a basketball scholarship, Atkins went on to gridiron AllAmerica status in 1952, was the only player to be unanimously named to the All-SEC Quarter Century Team (1950-74) and was selected SEC Player of the Quarter Century. Atkins retired with the most NFL games played (205) by a defensive lineman. The Vols went 29-3-1 with Atkins on the field and won the 1951 national championship.

32 Bill Nowling

(Aug. 8, 1920 — Aug. 9, 1944), a fullback 1940-42, from St. Petersburg, Fla., was a three-year starter.

61 Willis Tucker

(May 10, 1918 — Nov. 28, 1944), a graduate of Knoxville High School, earned a Vol football letter in 1940 and was a sprint star on the track team.

Felty, Gene, C, 1949, 50, Bristol Fender, M.W., FB, 1912 Ferris, Charles E., RT, 1892 Fielden, Alan, RE, 47, 48, 49, Knoxville Fields, Brad, DT, 1979 (Service), Ashland City Fields, Earnest, LB, 1988, 89, 90, 91 (Capt.), Milan Filson, Dave, LB, 1968, 69, Nashville Finch, Kelsey, RB, 1976, 77, 78, Sheffield, Ala. Finlayson, Jake, TE, 2002, 03, 05, Selmer Finlayson, John, TE, 1998, 99, 00, 01 Selmer Finney, James I., C, 1928, 29 Fisher, Armandos, LB, 1993, East St. Louis, Ill. Fisher, Bob, T, 1951, 52, 53, Cleveland, Ohio Fisher, Buddy, RE, 1961, 62, 63 (Capt.), Maxwell, Va. Fisher, James C., RT, 1892, 93 Fisher, Jody, C, 1941, 42, Bluefield, W. Va. Fisher, John, C, 1988, 89, 90, 91 (Capt.), Milan Fisher, Lavoisier, ILB, 1982, 83, 84, 85, Nashville Fisher, Tom, LB, 1964, 65, Brooksville, Fla. Fisher, Walter, DE, 2006, 07, 08, Nashville Fitchpatrick, Tim, WR, 1973, 74, 75, Doraville, Ga. Fitzgerald, Jeremy, RB, 1997, Dayton Fitzgerald, Maurice (Buck), DB, 1998, 99, 00, 01, Nashville Fleming, Cory, WR, 1990, 91, 92, 93 (Capt.), Nashville Fleming, Troy, FB, 2000, 01, 02, 03, Franklin Fletcher, Mark, DB, 1988, 89, 90, 91, Cincinnati, Ohio Flora, Charles, E, 1949, 50, Danville, Va. Flowers, George, HB, 1924, Covington Flowers, Richmond, WB, 1966, 67, 68, Montgomery, Ala. Foley, Kevin, RB, 1996, Gatlinburg Folsom, Derrick, LB, 1989, Valdosta, Ga. Fonde, C.H., RHB, 1910, 11, 12 (Capt.) Ford, Chester, RB, 1994, 95, 96, Danville, Ky. Ford, Glenn, RB, 1979, 80, Greensboro, N.C. Foster, Arian, RB, 2005, 06, 07, 08, San Diego, Calif. Foster, Clifton, DB, 1983 (Service), Alexandria, Va. Foster, Ramon, G, 2005, 06, 07, 08 (Capt.), Henning Fowler, W. S. (Monk), WB, 1947, Phillips, Texas Fox, D.N., LT, 1904, Knoxville Fox, R.E., LHB, 1904, Knoxville Foxall, Joe, LG, 1960, 61, 62, Nashville Foxx, Bob, HB, 1938, 39, 40, Knoxville Foxx, Frank, RB, 1976, 77, 78, Knoxville Francis, Hugh, HB, 1919 Francis, J.H., Sub.,1910 Francis, Jeff, QB, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Mt. Prospect, Ill. Francis, John, T, 1941, 46, 47, Knoxville Frank, Milton, G, 1931, 32, 33, Nashville Franklin, Aubrayo, DT, 2001, 02, Johnson City Franklin, Coy, RG, 1958, Madisonville Franklin, John, T, 1930, 31, 32, Covington Franklin, L.D. 1908, 09 Franklin, Mack, E, 1951, 52, 53 (Capt.), Madisonville Franklin, Robbie, OG, 1964, 65, 66, Knoxville Frazier, Bobby, DE, 1963, 64, 65, Bartow, Fla. Frazier, Savion, LB, 2007, 08, 09, 10, Woodbridge, Va. Freeman, Brent, DB, 2008 (Service), Suwannee, Ga. Freeman, Dewayne, WR, 1992, Hagerstown, Md. French, F.D., RG, 1900, Maryville Frere, Rob, DT, 1970, 71, 72, Annandale, Va.


ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Howell, Frank, DT, 1970, 71, Columbia Hubbard, Bill, G, 1953, 54, Lynchburg, Va. Hubbard, Hal, QB, 1951, 52, 53, Lynchburg, Va. Hubbell, Franklin S. (Bud), E, 1941, 42, 46, Bridgeport, Conn. Hubbell, Webster E., T, 1941, Bridgeport, Conn. Hubbuck, Carl, G, 1937 Huddleston, Ben, E, 1946, 47, Chattanooga Hudson, John Bill, LE, 1960, 61, 62, Jefferson City Hueser, Vernon, C, 1946, 47, 48, Marcus, Iowa Huff, Avery, TE, 1980, New Market Huffman, Dick, T, 1942, 46, Charleston, W.Va. Hug, Paul N., E, 1928, 29, 30, Kingsport Hughes, Montori, DT, 2009, 10, Murfreesboro Humphreys, Cecil C. (Sonny), E, 1933, 34, 35, Paris Hundley, Elmo E. T, 1927 Huneycutt, Ralph, C, 1947, 48, 49, Appalachia, Va. Hunt, Brian, MG, 1985, 86, 87, DeSoto, Texas Hunt, George, KS, 1969, 70, 71, Clearwater, Fla. Hunter, George L., E, 1936, 37, 38, Somerset, Ky. Hunter, Justin, WR, 2010, Virginia Beach, Va. Hurley, Leonard F., T, 1920, 21, 22 Hurst, Bill, P, 1998 (Service), Brentwood Husband, Tom, C, 1958, 60, Nashville Hust, Al, E, 1940, 41, 42 (Capt.), Cleveland, Ohio Hust, Emil R., E, 1939, 41, Cleveland, Ohio Hutchinson, Byron, T, 1942, St. Petersburg, Fla. Hutton, Tom, P, 1991, 92, 93, 94, Memphis Hyde, Jerry, RHB, 1951, 52, 53, Fort Wayne, Ind.

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VOLMANAC

J Jackson, Bernard, DE, 1998, 99, 00, 01, Louisville, Ky. Jackson, Howard, RT, 1956, 57, 58, Kingston Jackson, Janzen, DB, 2009, 10, Lake Charles, La. Jackson, Leonard, MG, 1980, 81, Macon, Ga. Jackson, Malik, DT, 2010, Northridge, Calif. Jakobik, Jack, DB, 1991, 92, Nashville James, Andre, LB, 1998, 99, 00, 01, Harmony, N.C. James, David, OG, 1980, 81, 82, Cincinnati, Ohio James, Ja’Wuan, OT, 2010, Suwanee, Ga. James, Roland, DB, 1976, 77, 78, 79 (Capt.), Jamestown, Ohio Janes, Palmer, E, 1919, 20, 21, Memphis Jared, W. Bennett, LHB, 1915 Jarnagin, F. W., C, 1899, 1900, 01, Jefferson City Jarvis, Ron, FB, 1965, 66, 67, Rochester, N.Y. Jasper, Bill, C, 1949, 50, 51, Somerset, Ky. Jeffers, Lemont Holt , DE, 1978, 79, 80, 81 (Capt.), Hampton, Va. Jeffries, Danny, DB, 1970, 71, 72, Dyersburg Jellicorse, Reggie, C, 1964, 65, Morristown

HONORS & records

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Ijams, Howard A., QB, 1891, 92, 93 (Capt.) Inglett, Paul, LG, 1959, 60, Augusta, Ga. Ingram, Brian, DE, 1977, 78, 79, Memphis Ingram, Mark, C, 1995, 96, Sneads Ferry, N.C. Ingram, Phil, WR, 1978, 79, Nashville Ingram, Reggie, LB, 1990, 91, 92, 93, Memphis Irwin, Tim, OT, 1978, 79, 80, Knoxville Ishii, Dusty, DB, 2003, Huntington Beach, Calif.

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Henderson, Sam, RB, 1982, 83, 85, South Bend, Ind. Hendricks, Gerald S., E, 1936, 37, 38 Hendrix, Tim, TE, 1983, 84, 85, 86, DeSoto, Texas Henry, Duan, ILB, 1982, Newport Henry, Travis, RB, 1997, 98, 99, 00, Frostproof, Fla. Hensley, Steven, WR, 2009 (Service), Coalfield Hensley, Tom, T, 1952, 53, Knoxville Henson, Tavio, DB, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Severn, Md. Henton, Sterling, QB, 1987, 89, 90, Passiac, N.J. Herndon, L. Houston, E, 1927, 28, 29, Lexington Herrera, Anthony, OG, 2000, 01, 02, 03, Naples, Fla. Herring, Melvin G., HB, 1936, 37 Herrmann, Gary, T, 1951, Davenport, Iowa Herzbrun, Lon, RG, 1955, 56, 57, Washington, D.C. Heydrick, Paul D., HB, 1929, Charleston, W.Va. Hibbard, Bob, WB, 1954, 55, 56, Midland, Pa. Hibbett, Johnny, OG, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Mt. Juliet Hickman, Herman, RG, 1929, 30, 31, Johnson City Hicks, Bob, C, 1947, Hazelton, Pa. Hidinger, Lee, LB, 1973, 74, 75, Memphis Higginbotham, Roger, DT, 1974, Oak Ridge Hightower, Chris, PK, 2000 (Service), Weaverville, N.C. Hill, Claude, FB, 1946, 47, 48, Nashville Hill, Gaylon, OG, 1970, 71, 72, Brownsville Hill, Jimmy, QB, 1948, 49, 50, Maryville Hill, Ryan, FB, 2008 (Service), Kingston Hillman, Bill, WB, 1942, 46, Kane, Pa. Hines, Tyrone, LB, 1994, 95, 96, Brownsville Hite-Smith, Van O., LG, 1896 Hobby, Marion, DE, 1986, 87, 88, 89 (Capt.), Irondale, Ala. Hodge, Bonnie, HB, 1937 Hogue, Chris, PK/P, 1996, 97, Memphis Holbert, David, FB, 2004, 05, 06, 08 (Service), Nashville Holland, Mark, C, 1992, 93, 94, Sale Creek Hollopeter, C. E., HB, 1899, 1900, 01 (Capt.) Holloway, Condredge, QB, 1972, 73, 74 (Capt.), Hunstville, Ala. Holloway, Jerry, OT, 1967, 68, Memphis Holohan, Francis, G, 1950, 51, 52, Niagara Falls, N.Y. Holsclaw, Claude, B, 1944, Elizabethton Holt, Laird, E, 1929, 30, 31, Franklin Holt, Ricky, OLB, 1981, 82, 83, Tifton, Ga. Holt, Robert (Tarzan), FB, 1920, 21, 22, 23 (Capt.) Honea, Ken, BB, 1961, 62, 63, Chattanooga Hood, Merlyn, WR, 1970, 71, East Moline, Ill. Hooser, P. Hobart (Hobe), G, 1927 Horn, David, TE, 1992, 93, 94, 95, Jonesboro, Ga. Horne, Kevin, DB, 1998 (Service), Tucker, Ga. Horner, Amos J., FB, 1927, 28 Hough, Joe, QB/DB, 1976, 77, Oklahoma City, Okla. Houston, Cedric, TB, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Clarendon, Ark. Houston, Josh, WR, 2000, Kingston Hovanic, Mark, DT, 1985, 86, 87, Yorktown, Va. Howard, Anthony, DT, 1985, 86, Berkeley, Calif. Howard, Chip, WR, 1971, 72, 73, Knoxville Howard, Ermel, RG,1946, 47, 48, Matawan, W.Va. Howard, Joey, DT, 1986, 87, Springfield, Ohio Howard, William, RB, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Lima, Ohio Howe, Bubba, C, 1954, 55, 56, Memphis

THE VOLS

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Hackman, J.S., LHB, (Buddy) 1928, 29, 30, Nashville Hagy, Everett, Sub., 1896 Hahn, Jimmy C., MG, 1966, 67, (service 1968), Gainesville, Fla. Hahn, Jimmy R., QB, 1949, 50, 51, Newport News, Va. Hair, Sammy, DE, 1972, 73, 74, Dalton, Ga.

Hale, Jerronne, WR, 2002 (service), Morristown Hale, Troy, WR, 1985, DeSoto, Texas Hall, Jason, DT/DE, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Marietta, Ga. Hall, Jeff, PK, 1995, 96, 97, 98 (Capt.), Winchester Hambaugh, P.C., LT, 1915, 16, Clarksville Hamilton, H.T., RG, 1900 Hamilton, Mercedes, OG, 1995, 96, 97, 98 (Capt.), Waynesboro, Ga. Hammond, Bill, RT, 1962, 63, Kingsport Hampton, Anthony, LB, 1994, 95, 97, Englewood, N.J. Hancock, Anthony, WR, 1978, 79, 80, 81, Cleveland, Ohio Hancock, Quintin, WR, 2007, 08, 09, St. Augustine, Fla. Hand, Omari, DE, 1999, 00, 01, 02 (Capt.), Tallahassee, Fla. Hannah, Carl, LE, 1956, Lafayette, Ga. Hannon, Chris, WR, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Sarasota, Fla. Haralson, Parys, DE, 2002, 03, 04 (Capt.), 05 (Capt.), Flora, Miss. Hardegree, Bo, QB, 2006 (Service), Jackson Hardesty, Montario, TB, 2006, 07, 08 (Capt.), 09 (Capt.), New Bern, N.C. Hardy, Darryl, LB, 1988, 89, 90, 91, Cincinnati, Ohio Haren, Kyle, LB, 1991, Chattanooga Hargiss, Joseph E., RG, 1893 Harkleroad, Clay, OG, 1964, Kingsport Harkleroad, Rod, C, 1966 (Service), Knoxville Harkness, W.S. (Bill), QB, 1923, 24, 25, 26 (Capt.), Jellico Harp, Thomas (Red), B, 1935, 36, 37, Pineville, Ky. Harper, Alvin, WR, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Frostproof, Fla. Harper, Daryl, WR, 1980, 81, Memphis Harper, Reggie, TE, 1977, 78, 79, 80, Hartsville Harrell, Justin, DT, 2003, 04, 05, 06 (Capt.), Martin Harris, Chris, DB, 1993 (Service), Maryville Harrison, Jim, QB, 1979 (Service), Lakeland, Fla. Hartman, Kip, WR, 2003 (Service), Mt. Pleasant, Mich. Haslam, Jim, T, 1950, 51, 52 (Capt.), St. Petersburg, Fla. Hatcher, Adolphus H. (Buck), T, 1915, 16, 19, 20 (Capt.) Hatcher, Bill, HB, 1923, Fayetteville Hatcher, O.C., FB, 1916 Hatley, Ralph L., G, 1932, 33, 34 (Capt.), Jackson Hawkins, David, LB, 1983 (Service), Knoxville Hayden, Aaron, RB, 1991, 92, 93, 94, Detroit, Mich. Hayden, Jerrod, LB, 1997, Louisville, Ky. Hayes, Joe Black, G, 1935, 36, 37 (Capt.), Murfreesboro Hayley, Samuel B., T, 1911, 12, 13 (Capt.), Jackson Haynes, Samuel H., LE, 1893 Haynesworth, Albert, DT, 1999, 00, 01, Hartsville, S.C. Hays, Robert L., C, 1891 Hayworth, Tracy, DE, 1986, 87, 88, 89, Decherd Heard, Scott 1984, C, (Service), Athens Heath, Chris, DB, 2002, 03, Hattiesburg, Miss. Heath, Ricky, DB, 1973, Atlanta, Ga. Hefney, Jonathan, DB, 2004, 05, 06, 07, Rock Hill, S.C. Helton, L.T., C, 1960, 62, Morristown Helton, Todd, QB, 1993, 94, Knoxville Henderson, John C., H/P, 2003, 04, Germantown Henderson, John N., DT, 1999, 00, 01 (Capt.) Nashville Henderson, Joseph Ray (Possum), G, 1916, 19, Knoxville

STAFF

G

Gaffney, James T., HB, 1941, 42, Cumberland, Md. Gaines, Antonio, DB, 2004, 05, 06, 08, Covington Gaines, Cory, DB, 1995, 96, 97, Baton Rouge, La. Gaines, Greg, DB, 1978, 80, Nashville Gaines, Teddy, DB, 1998, 99, 00, 01, Kingsport Gaither, Omar, LB, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Charlotte, N.C. Galbreath, Harry, OG, 1984, 85, 86, 87 (Capt.), Clarksville Galiffa, Art, QB, 1964, 66, Donora, Pa. Gallagher, Joe, OG, 1973, 74, 75, 76, Chester, Pa. Galyon, Scott, LB, 1992, 93, 94, 95 (Capt.), Seymour Gamble, A.M., RG, 1899 Gamble, R.M., E/QB, 1901, 02 Gammage, Elliott, OT, 1965, 66, 67, Cedartown Ga. Gandy, Richie, OT, 2004, 05, Darlington, S.C. Gann, Gene, BB, 1960, 61, Tuscaloosa, Ala. Garmon, Bob, P, 1985, 86, 87, Birmingham, Ala. Garner, Charlie, RB, 1992, 93, Falls Church, Va. Garner, Hugh, WB, 1952, 53, 54, LaFollette Gault, Willie, WR, 1979, 80, 81, 82, Griffin, Ga. Gauze, J.W., C, 1911 Gayles, Mike, FB, 1974, 75, 76, Cincinnati, Ohio Gaylor, Jim, PK, 1975, 76, 77, Nashville Gearing, Paul, LT, 1946, 47, 48, 49, Manongahela, Pa. Gebhardt, W.T., RT, 1892 Geisler, J.V., RE, 1911, 12 Gentry, Mack, DT, 1964, 65, 66, Knoxville Gerardi, Greg, OT, 1990, Irvine, Calif. Getteys, P.W., RHB, 1902 Gettys, R.E., HB, 1899 Gibson, Brent, C, 1993, 94, 95, 96, Canton, N.C. Giddens, Clarence E., C, 1934, 35 Gillem, Adam, DE, 2007 (Service), Knoxville Gillespie, Charles, OT, 1979, 82, Spring City Gilliam, Jim, DS, 1991, Gallatin Glascott, Bob, FB, 1956, Philadelphia, Pa. Glass, Glenn, TB, 1959, 60, 61, Clewiston, Fla. Gleaves, Bob, BB, 1956, Shelbyville Glover, Jimmy, MM, 1965, 66, 67, Lafayette Godzak, Ed, WB, 1952, Webster, Pa. Gold, Bill, FB, 1941, 42, 46, Brockton, Mass. Golden, Tad, DB, 1998, 99, 00, 01, Lithonia, Ga.

Gonce, J.W., G, 1903 Gooch, Darin, C, 2010, Reno, Nev. Gooch, Mike, OT, 1965, 67, 68, Florence, Ala. Gooden, Bernard, OG, 1999, 00, Bradenton, Fla. Goodin, Chad, C, 1989, Englewood Goodin, Matt, DT, 1998 Englewood Goodrich, Dwayne, DB, 1996, 97, 98, 99, (Capt.) Oak Lawn, Ill. Goodrich, Guinn B., G, 1932, 33, Nashville Gordon, Bobby, TB, 1955, 56, 57, Pulaski Gordon, Eric, DB, 2010, Nashville Gordon, Milton, ILB, 1986, Jacksonville, Fla. Gordon, Rodney, OT, 1990, 91, 92, Toledo, Ohio Gordy, John, T, 1954, 55, 56 (Capt.), Nashville Gowdy, Jerry, LE, 1962, 63, North Charleston, S.C. Graddy, Sam, WR, 1985, 86, Atlanta, Ga. Graham, Bobby, WR, 1999, 00, 01, Statesville, N.C. Graham, Conrad, DB, 1970, 71, 72, WinstonSalem, N.C. Graham, J.H., LG, 1910 Graham, Jay, RB, 1993, 94, 95, 96 (Capt.), Concord, N.C. Graham, Joe, OG, 1964, 67, Fayetteville Grant, Deon, DB, 1997, 98, 99, Augusta, Ga. Grant, Jason, DE, 1997 (Service). Brentwood Grant, Stan, DB, 1976, Boise, Idaho Granzow, Judd, LB, 1998, 99, Granada Hills, Calif. Gratz, Bobby, OG, 1963, 64, 65, Morristown Graves, Samuel Ray, C, 1940, 41 (Capt.), Knoxville Gravitt, Mitchell, TE, 1973, Hixson Gray, Glenn, RE, 1963, 64, 65, Augusta, Ga. Green, Louis A., RT, 1926, Gallatin Green, T.B., LG, 1900, 01, 02, 03 (Capt.) Green, Ron, DT, 1995, 96, 97, 98, Severna Park, Md. Greene, Ben, DB, 2004, 05, 06, Jonesboro, Ga. Greenwood, B. J., Sub., 1912 Greer, Jabari, DB, 2000, 01, 02, 03, Jackson Greer, R.A., HB, 1899 Gregory, Kevin, DS, 1997, 98, 99, Union, S.C. Griesbach, Bob, LB, 1952, Portsmouth, Va. Griffin, Gerald, DB, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Murfreesboro Griffith, Dave, LHB, 1952, 53, Oak Ridge Grim, Joe, RE, 1901, 02, 03 Grim, W.H., E, 1904 Grimes, Bill, WR, 2006 (Service), Douglasville, Ga. Grizzard, Kenneth, C., 1921, 22, Clarksville Grubb, Jim, WB, 1956, 57, Oak Ridge Grubb, Wayne, RG, 1958, 59, 60, Athens Gruble, John, E, 1947, 48, 49, 50, Mt. Airy, N.C. Gudalis, Bill, C, 1958, Sykesville, Pa. Gudger, V.L., LHB, 1902, 03, Asheville, N.C. Guess, Nick, DS, 2010, Knoxville Gunn, Carlton, LB, 1979, Tampa, Fla. Gunther, J.A., LG, 1906 Gurdak, Matt, WR, 2002 (service), Buckhannon, W. Va. Gust, Ron, E, 1952, 53, 54, North Tonawanda, N.Y.

OUTLOOK

Frere, Ron, OT, 1972 (Service), Annandale, Va. Frogg, Michael, C, 2006, 07, Kingston Frogg, Sammy, P, 2000, Kingston Frost, Ken, LT, 1959, 60, Brentwood Frost, Tim, DB, 1992, Scottdale, Ga. Fugate, Channing, FB, 2010, Jackson, Ky. Fuhler, Tom, DT, 1990, 91, Crystal Lake, Ill. Fuller, Ben F., G, 1927, 28, 29, Dyersburg Fuller, C.J., QB, 1902, 03, Memphis Fulmer, Phillip, OG, 1969, 70, 71, Winchester Fulton, Charles, TB, 1965, 66, 67, Memphis Fulton, Robert W., T, 1935, 36 Fulton, Zach, OG, 2010, Homewood, Ill. Furlow, Derrick, DB, 2009, Atlanta, Ga. Furnas, Doug, RB, 1981, 82, Commerce, Okla. Furnas, Mike, OG, 1982, 83, Commerce, Okla. Fusco, Ryan, PK (Service) 2005, Memphis Fuson, Clyde (Ig), FB, 1942, Middlesboro, Ky.


VOLMANAC Jenkins, Danny, DT, 1975, 76, 77 (Capt.), Elizabethton Jenkins, DeRon, DB, 1992, 93, 94, 95, St. Louis, Mo. Jenkins, Lee, DB, 1980, 81, 82, Atlanta, Ga. Jernigan, Tom, DB,1967, 68, Union City Jester, Mike, OG, 1978, 79, Cincinnati, Ohio Jester Nick, LB, 1992, 93, 94, 96, Delray Beach, Fla. Johnson, Austin, FB, 2008, 09, 10, Hickory, N.C. Johnson, Bill, RG, 1955, 56, 57 (Capt.), Sparta Johnson, Bob, C, 1965, 66, 67 (Capt.), Cleveland Johnson, Brandon, DB, 2003, Tulsa, Okla. Johnson, Carl, DE, 1970, 71, 72, Palatka, Fla. Johnson, David, DT, 1987, 88, Dayton Johnson, Frank, LE, 1905 Johnson, Greg, LB, 1993, 94, 95, 96, Nashville Johnson, Harold, QB, 1948, 49, 50, Jackson Johnson, Howard, T, 1926, 27, 28 (Capt.), Knoxville Johnson, Inquoris, DB, 2004, 05, 06, Atlanta, Ga. Johnson, L.B. (Farmer), T, 1926, 27, 28, Clarksburg, Ohio Johnson, Marsalous, DB, 2006, 07, 08, 09, Smyrna Johnson, Neil, TE, 1998, 99, Nashville Johnson, Paul, C, 1973, 74, 75, Cleveland Johnson, Ramone, OT, 2008, Chicago, Ill. Johnson, Shawn, LB, 1996, 97, Louisville, Ky. Johnson, Steve, DB, 1994, 95, 97, 98, Powder Springs, Ga. Johnson, Steven, P, 1993 (Service), Knoxville Johnson, Tom, T, 1963, Stillwater, Okla. Johnson, Tom D., C, 1970, 71, 72, Cleveland Johnson, W.C., E, 1906, 07, 08, 09, 10 (Capt.), Memphis Johnston, James G., T, 1928, 29, Knoxville Jolley, Jack, C, 1979, 80, Simpsonville, S.C. Jones, Dale, OLB,1983, 84, 85, 86 (Capt.), Cleveland Jones, Eli, WR, 2001 (Service), Salem, Mo. Jones, Frank D., G, 1926, Morristown Jones, Gerald, WR, 2007, 08, 09, 10, Oklahoma City, Okla. Jones, Greg, LB, 1974, 75, 76, 77 (Capt.), Bristol Jones, Greg R., DT, 2002, 03, Jonesboro, Ark. Jones, Johnnie, RB, 1982, 83, 84 (Capt.), Mumford Jones, Kendrick, WR, 1991, 92, 93, 94, Collierville Jones, Kenny, TE, 1978, 79, 81, 82, Nashville Jones, Marc, RB, 1989, 90, Syracuse, N.Y. Jones, Mark, WR/DB, 2000, 01, 02, 03, Wallingford, Pa. Jones, Mike E., MM, 1967, 68, 69, Nashville Jones, Mike S., T, 1971, Kingsport Jones, Montrell, WR, 2001, 02, Louisville, Ky. Jones, Philip E. , G, 1923, 24, Knoxville Jones, Sam W., E, 1923, 24, 26, Nashville Jones, Steven, OT, 2007, Brentwood Jones, Wilbert, DB, 1978, 79, 80, Brownsville, Jordan, Dick, E, 1942, 46, McCall Creek, Miss. Julian, Jason, WR/S, 1988, 89, 90, 91, Knoxville Jumper, Tommy, G, 1950, Chattanooga

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Karl, Ryan, LB, 2004, 05, 06, 07, Franklin Kaseta, Vince, E, 1949, 50, 51, Brockton, Mass. Keener, Samuel, RHB, 1906 Keever, Wade, B, 1934, Johnson City Kefauver, Estes, G,1922, 23, Madisonville Kell, Chip, OG, 1968, 69, 70, Decatur, Ga. Keller, John, OG, 1968, 69, 70, Bristol

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Kelley, Mike, OLB, 1986, 87, 88, Chattanooga Kelly, Andy, QB, 1988, 89, 90, 91, Dayton Kelly, Farmer, RT, 1911, 12, 13, 14 (Capt.) Kelly, Todd, DE, 1989, 90, 91, 92 (Capt.), Hampton, Va. Kelly, Van W., C, 1936, 37 Kemp, Austin, LB, 1997, 98, Brentwood Kemp. C.M., LG, 1915 Kemp, Ricardo, DB, 2006, 07, Warren, Ark. Kendrick, Edward, DT, 1999, 00, 02, Macon, Ga. Kennedy, Edwin M., LE, 1919, Knoxville Kent, Jermaine, WR, 2001 (Service), Huntsville, Ala. Kent, Joey, WR, 1993, 94, 95, 96, Huntsville, Ala. Kern, R.A., RG, 1905 Kerney, Neal, RB, 1994 (Service), Kingsport Kerr, Andy, PK, 2003 (Service), Maryville Kerr, R.V. , LB, 1911, 12, 13, 14, Savannah Kesterton, T.O., LT, 1909 Kidd, George, LB, 1992, 93, 94, 95, Milan Kile, Jack, LG, 1959, Sweetwater Killian, Gene, OT, 1971, 72, 73, Tampa, Fla. Kilpatrick, Brent, WR, 1994 (Service), Greenback Kimbro, Bryan, OLB, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Dickson Kimbrough, Charles, OLB, 1985, 86, 87, Mobile, Ala. Kincaid, Bill, C, 1956, Lafollette Kiner, Steve, LB, 1967, 68, 69, Tampa, Fla. King, Craig, LB, 1994, 95, 96, Asheville, N.C. King, Greg, LB, 2009, Memphis King, Harry F., T, 1922, 23, 24, Knoxville King, William B., HB, 1941, Knoxville Kipp, S.S., LHB, 1909 Kirk, Todd, C, 1985, 86, 87, Pennington Gap, Va. Kirkland, Aaron, TE, 2002, Fayetteville, N.C. Klarer, Rudolph (Rudy), G, 1941, 42, Louisville, Ky. Kline, Cedric, LB, 1986, 87, 88, 89, Loudon Kluge, Steve, MG, 1979, 80, 81, 82, Staunton, Va. Knappe, E.C., LG, 1900 Knight, Steve, OG, 1981, 82, 83, Abingdon, Va. Kohlhase, Charles E., FB, 1929, 30, 31, Knoxville Koleas, George L., G, 1935, 36 Kolenik, Vic, E, 1951, 52, Leechburg, Pa. Kolinsky, Frank, RT, 1955, 56, 57, McKees-Rocks, Pa. Kozar, Andy, FB, 1950, 51, 52, St. Michael, Pa. Krause, Dick, LT, 1958, Augusta, Ga. Kreis, Gary, E, 1967, 68, 69, Oliver Springs Kremser, Karl, KS, 1967, 68, Levittown, Pa. Krouse, Henry W., B, 1932, 34, 35, Memphis Kyler, Greg, WR, 1995, Baltimore, Md.

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Labach, Joe E., HB, 1893 Lacore, John O., LG, 1893 LaCoste, Kelley, DE, 1967, Baton Rouge, La. Lambert, Ken, DE, 1971, 72, Jacksonville, Fla. Lampley, Brad, OT, 1996, Louisville, Ky. Lane, Eric, RB, 1993, 94, 95, 96, East Orange, N.J. Lane, Hunter, E, 1919, 20, 21, 22, Buntyn Lanter, Bill, C, 1956, 57, Oak Ridge LaSorsa, Mike, LE, 1958, 59, 60 (Capt.), Hudson Falls, N.Y. Larkins, Corey, TB, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Opelika, Ala.

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Lassiter, Robert, WR, 1970, 72, 73, Bethpage Latham, F.S. Jr., LE, 1909, 10 Lathers, Herman, LB, 2009, 10, Baton Rouge, La. Lathrop, Herbert A., LT, 1891 Lauricella, Hank, TB, 1949, 50, 51, New Orleans, La. Lavin, Robert, HB, 1924, Knoxville Law, Allen 1944 Lawder, Rynd, Jr., RE, 1893 Layman, Jason, OT, 1992, 93, 94, 95 (Capt.), Sevierville Leach, J. Walker, LHB, 1905, 06, 07, 08 (Capt.) Leach, Sonny, E, 1970, 71, 72, Raleigh, N.C. Leachman, Lamar, C, 1952, 53, 55, Cartersville, Ga. Leak, C.J., QB, 2002, 03, 04, Charlotte, N.C. Leake, David, QB, 1963, 64, 65, Memphis Leake, Don, LE, 1958, 59, 60, Memphis Leaverton, David, P, 1998, 99, 00, (Capt.) Midland, Texas Ledford, Dennis Marshall, T, 1941, Knoxville Lee, Alan, OG, 1974, Oak Ridge Leffler, Willie T., G, 1936, 37 Lenoir, Patrick, OT, 1988, 89, 90, 91, Germantown Letner, Cotton, RE, 1958, 59, 60, Ten Mile Levine, Mark, RB, 1995, 96, 97, Dallas, Texas Levine, Sam, G, 1936, 37 Lewis, Jamal, RB, 1997, 98, 99, Atlanta, Ga. Lewis, Roderick, DB, 1990, 91, Mobile, Ala. Ligon, David, OG, 2004, 05, 06, Germantown Lincoln, Daniel, PK, 2007, 08, 09, 10, Ocala, Fla. Lincoln, Jeremy, DB, 1987, 88, 90, 91, Toledo, Ohio Lindsay, Charles, T, 1919, 21, Knoxville Lindsay, Robert M. (Rus), FB, 1911, 12, 13, 14 Linebarier, Chip, DB, 1976, 77, 78, Memphis Lippe, William T., B, 1934, 35 Lipscomb, Paul, T, 1942, Centralia, Ill. Lis, Stan, QB, 1952, Philadelphia, Pa. Little, Joseph P. (Joe), C, 1936, 37, 38, Sparta Little, Leonard, DE/LB, 1995, 96, 97 (Capt.), Asheville, N.C. Littleford, Hal, TB, 1947, 48, 49 (Capt.), Bristol Lloyd, DeAngelo, DE, 1997, 98, 99, 00, Charlotte, N.C. Lloyd, Owen C., E, 1941, 42, Montgomery, W.Va. Locke, Eric, WR, 2000, Murfreesboro Lockett, W.E., Sub., 1911 Logan, J.G., QB, 1899, 1900, Knoxville Logan, Kim, OLB, 1975, 76, 77, Birmingham, Ala. Logan, Nicholas E., LE, 1893 Long, R.A., BB, 1942, 45, 46, Trenton Longmire, Charlie, WR, 1990, Andersonville Longmire, Wayne, LT, 1900, 01 Lothrop, D. B., RHB, 1915 Lott, Andre, DB, 1998, 99, 00, 01 (Capt.), Memphis Loucks, J. C., QB, 1906, 07, 08 Loudermilk, Robert, PK, 1999, Memphis Love, Emmon, WR, 1971, 72, 73, Oak Ridge Lovingood, Frank, T, 1934 Lowe, Andy, HB, 1916, 21 Lowe, J.G., E, 1922, 23, 24 (Capt.) 25 (Capt.), Fountain City Lowe, Jim, OT, 1963, 65, South Fulton, Ky. Lowe, Theodore, LT, 1927, Fountain City Lowe, W.O. (Chink) , RT, 1914, 15, 16, 19 (Capt.), Knoxville

Lowe, Wes, DB, 1989, Nashvile Lucci, Mike, C, 1960, 61 (Capt.), Ambridge, Pa. Luck, James K., FB, 1915, 16 Lukowski, Joe, LG, 1957, 58, 59, Riverhead, N.Y. Lund, Bob, WB, 1945, 46, 47, 48, Knoxville Luttrell, Bill, T, 1938, 39, 40, Knoxville Lyman, Elbert J., RE, 1896, 1900 Lynch, Brian 1997, P, (Service), Nashville Lynn, Alan, C, 1979, McMinnville Lyons, Vernon, G, 1950, 51, Norfolk, Va.

M Majors, Bobby, DB, 1969, 70, 71, Sewanee Majors, Johnny, TB, 1954, 55, 56, Huntland Malone, Robert, WR, 1976, 78, Huntsville, Ala. Maloney, Frank, FB, 1896, 97 Mankin, Carr, LG, 1892 Manning, John, B, 1944, 45, Elizabethton Manning, Peyton, QB, 1994, 95, 96, 97 (Capt.), New Orleans, La. Maples, Talmadge R. (Sheriff), C, 1931, 32, 33 (Capt.), Knoxville Mapu, J.T., DT, 2002, 03, 06, 07, Kahuku, Hawaii Marfield, George R., LE, 1892 Marino, Rick, LB, 1966, 67, 68, Memphis Mark, Alton S., E, 1931, 32, 33, Easton, Pa. Markloff, Dave, RHB, 1949, Philadelphia, Pa. Marquart, Cliff, LT, 1959, 60, 61, Lousville, Ky. Marren, Bill, OG, 1977, 78, 79, 80, Saddle Brook, N.J. Marsh, Steven, DB, 1999, 00, 01, 02, Wingate, N.C. Martin, Ben, DE, 2007, 08, 09, Cincinnati, Ohio Martin, Bill, DS, 2005 (Service) Goodlettsville Martin, Craig, C, 1990, 91, Newport Martin, Danny, DB, 1979, 80, McMinnville Martin, David, WR, 1997, 98, 99, 00, Norfolk, Va. Martin, Fred, E, 1963, 64, Hagerstown, Md. Martin, Ray, RHB, 1951, 52, Danville, Va. Martin, Tee, QB, 1996, 97, 98, 99 (Capt.), Mobile, Ala. Marvin, Mickey, OG, 1973, 74, 75, 76, Hendersonville, N.C. Massey, R.H., RHB, 1910 Mathews, Joey, QB, 1999, 00, 01, Sevierville Mathis, Andre, LB, 2006, 08, Erie, Pa. Matthews, John, OT, 1981, 82, 83, Memphis Mattox, Bruce, LG, 1961, 62, Bassett, Va. Mauck, Mike, DB, 1974, 75, 76, Radford, Va. Mauriello, Bob, TB, 1966, Whittier, Calif. Maxwell, Jim, QB, 1970, 71, Nashville May, W.E. (Bill), QB, 1913, 14, 15 Mayer, Eugene S., C, 1930, 31 (Capt.), Chattanooga Mayes, J.C., HB, 1908, Farmington Mayes, Vin, G, 1966 (Service), Stamford, Conn. Mayo, Bill, OG, 1981, 82, 83, 84, Dalton, Ga. Mayo, Jerod, LB, 2005, 06, 07, Hampton, Va. Mayock, Dick, T, 1952, Philadelphia, Pa. Mays, Kevin, OG, 1991, 92, 93, 94 (Capt.), Kingston McAdams, Johnny, DT, 1981, 84, Lexington McAllester, Sam J., FB, 1903, 04, Chattanooga McAllister, W.L., QB, 1909 McArthur, Dave E., T, 1925, 26, 27 McBrayer, Brett, TE, 1987, 88, Maryville

McBride, Junior, WR, 1981, Zanesville, Ohio McBride, Turk, DE, 2003, 04, 05, 06 (Capt.), Camden, N.J. McCabe, Willis, QB, 1919, Memphis McCallum, Chip, KS, 1988, 89, Marietta, Ga. McCarren, William, HB, 1936, 37, 38 McCartney, Ronnie, DE, 1973, 74, 75 (Capt.), Charleston, W.Va. McClain, Hubert, WB, 1961, Waynesboro McClain, Lester, WB, 1968, 69, 70, Nashville McClendon, Jacques, OG, 2006, 07, 08, 09, Cleveland McClennon, John, RB, 1982, Cookeville McCleskey, J.J., WR, 1989, 90, 91, 92, (Capt.), Knoxville McClung, C.J. (Mgr.) 1904 McClure, Victor, TE, 2002, 03, 04, Hixson McClure, W.K. (Bill), RE, 1912, 13, 15 McCollum, Clarence H., FB, 1907, 08 McConnell, E.M., Sub.,1900 McCord, Darris, T, 1952, 53, 54 (Capt.), Franklin McCoy, Rico, LB, 2006, 07, 08, 09, Washington D.C. McCroskey, Clemmons, RB, 1989, 90, Shelbyville McCroskey, Frank, G, 1952, 53, Sevierville McCullough, Andy, WR, 1994, 95, 96, 97, Dayton, Ohio McDaniel, Terry, DB, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Saginaw, Mich. McDaniel, Tony, DT, 2003, 04, 05, Columbia, S.C. McDaniel, Victor, DB, 1983, Griffin, Ga. McDonald, Jim, DE, 1966, 67, 68, Knoxville McDougal, Ed, QB, 1974 (Service), Coral Gables, Fla. McEver, Gene, HB, 1928, 29, 31, Bristol, Va. McFadden, Bud, G, 1955, Philadelphia, Pa. McGee, Tim, WR, 1983, 84, 85 (Capt.), Cleveland, Ohio McGeehan, Chick, E, 1968, Eddystone, Pa. McGlothin, Bill, LB, 1970, 71, 72, Portland McGlothlin, Matt, DT, 2003, 05, 06, Richlands, Va. McGuire, Kennard, WR, 1986, 87, Memphis McGuire, R.L., RG, 1910, 11, 12, Norton, N.C. McGruder, Lynn, DT, 2000, Las Vegas, Nev. McKeen, E. Allyn, E, 1925, 26, 27, Memphis McKelvy, Jerry, G, 1965, Cambden McKenzie, Nevin, LB, 2007, 08, San Antonio, Tex. McKenzie, Raleigh, C, 1982, 83, 84, Knoxville McKenzie, Reggie, OLB 1981, 82, 83, 84, Knoxville McKinney, Roger, DB, 1970, Tampa, Fla. McLean, Evan A., C, 1912, 13, 14, 15 (Capt.), Knoxville McLeary, Don, TB, 1968, 69, 70, Jackson McMaken, Troy, WR, 1999 (Service), Antioch McMeans, Neal, DE, 1966, 67, 68, Gate City, Va. McMichael, Jeff, LB, 1981, 82, Knoxville McNamara, Jim, OG, 1966, Dayton, Ohio McNeil, Josh, C, 2006, 07, 08, 09 (Service), Collins, Miss. McPherson, C.L., E, 1932, Knoxville McQuady, Claude, G, 1945, Louisville, Ky. McRae, Charles, OT, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Clinton McRee, Kenny, G, 1945, Milan McSpadden Malcolm, B, 1914 McWilliams, John, T, 1954, Philadelphia, Pa. Meachem, Robert, WR, 2004, 05, 06, Tulsa, Okla.


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Q Quillen, Ford, BB, 1958, Gate City, Va.

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VOLMANAC

Rabenstein, Russ, DB, 1973, 74, 75, Atlanta, Ga. Rader, Charles, T, 1954, 55, 56, Greeneville Ragsdale, T. M., RG, 1905, 06 Raines, Stephaun, DB, 2009, Dalton, Ga. Rainey, Horace (Red), HB, 1913, 14 Rakestraw, Wes, ILB, 1985, Cleveland Ransey, Allen C., C, 1936, 37, Gallatin Ramseur, Chris, LB, 1997, 98, Maiden, N.C. Ramsey, R.W., FB, 1909 Ransom, Lester, DB, 2005 (Service) Oakland, Calif. Rapien, Mike, TE, 1988, 89, 90, Cincinnati, Ohio Ratliff, Billy, DT, 1996, 97, 98, 99 (Capt.), Magnolia, Miss. Ratliffe, Leslie, OT, 1992, 93, 94, Newport, Ark. Raulston, C.S., QB, 1909 Rayburn, Virgil H., E, 1930, 31, 32, Dyersburg Reado, Jarvis, OT, 1995, 97, 98, Marrero, La. Reagan, Seth, H, 2000, 01, 02, Knoxville Rechichar, Bert, WB, 1949, 50, 51 (capt.), Belle Vernon, Pa. Redding, Jack, 1944, Pulaski Reed, C.H., LT, 1892 Reed, Justin, TE, 2003, 04, 05, Punta Gorda, Fla. Reeder, Claude S., Sub., 1906 Reeves, Von, TE, 1988, 89, 90, 91, Knoxville Regen, Dick 1944 Register, Arch, T, 1921 Reich, Phil, PK, 1987, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Reid, Junior, RB, 1977, 78, 80, Humboldt Reineke, Charles W., QB, 1928, 29, 30, Wheeling, W.Va. Respert, Jason, C/OG, 2000, 02, 03, 04 (Capt.), Warner Robins, Ga. Reveiz, Carlos, PK, 1985, 86, Miami, Fla. Reveiz, Fuad, PK, 1981, 82, 83, 84, Miami, Fla. Reveiz, Nick, LB, 2007, 08, 09 (Capt.), 10 (Capt.), Farragut Reveiz, Shane, LB, 2009, Farragut Reviere, Dee, LB, 1976, 77, 78, Greeneville Revill, William, FB, 2002, 03, Albany, Ga. Reyes, Orlando, DT, 1986, Miami, Fla. Reynolds, Antonio, DE, 2004, 05, 06, 07, Akron, Ohio Reynolds, Art, LB, 1971, 72, 73, Cincinnati, Ohio Reynolds, Jack, LB, 1967, 68, 69, Cincinnati, Ohio Reynolds, Mike, G, 1964, Athens Rhea, Charles McClung, LE, 1891 Rice, Alvin, E, 1937 Rice, Charles P., HB, 1925, 26 Rice, E.B., LE, 1909, Knoxville Rice, J.C., RG, 1897 Richard, Vladimir, OG, 2007, 08, 09, Sunrise, Fla. Richards, Larry, RG, 1960, 61, 62, Oak Ridge Richards, Willie, LB, 1992, Griffin, Ga. Richardson, Jim, TE, 1973, 74, Jackson Richardson, W. A, T, 1903, 04 Ridley, Reggie, OT, 2001 (Service), Nashville Riffer, Eric, LB, 1990, 91, Oklahoma City, Okla. Riggs, Gerald, TB, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Chattanooga Rike, Jim, C, 1938, 39, Somerville

HONORS & records

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Pafford, R.W., LG, 1904, 05, Mt. Juliet Page, David, DT, 1973, 74, 75, Franklin Paidousis, Mike, T, 1944, 45, 46, Steubenville, Ohio Palardy, Michael, P/PK, 2010, Coral Springs, Fla. Palmer, Edwin C., B, 1933, 34, 35 (Capt.), Shelbyville Panuska, Pete, RB, 1984, 85, 86, Brick, N.J. Parker, Anthony, OG, 2005, 06, 07, 08, Jonesboro, Ga. Parker, Eric, WR, 1998, 99, 00, 01, Shorewood, Ill. Parker, Jason, DB, 1992, 93, 94, 96, Garland, Texas Parker, S.Y., FB, 1903, 04, 05 Parman, D.C. 1910, Franklin Parrish, Doug, DB, 1979, 80, 81, 82, Americus, Ga. Parrish, Jarod, DB, 2003, 04, 06, 07, Summerville, Ga. Parsons, David, DB, 1974, 75, 76, Murfreesboro Partin, Maxwell R., WB, 1941, 45, 46, Jacksonville, Fla. Patterson, Bobby, TB, 1967, 69, Nashville Patterson, Don, RG, 1958, 59, 60, Ringgold, Ga. Patterson, Jack, FB, 1963, 64, 65, Nashville Patterson, Ryan, DT, 1990, 92, 93, Jenks, Okla. Paty, John M., TB, 1962, 63, 64, Knoxville Paty, John W., B, 1934, 35 Payne, Harold (Herky), TB, 1949, 50, 51, Pensacola, Fla. Peace, Robert, LB, 2000, 01, 02, 03, Ruston, La. Pearce, Lanny, TB, 1968, Stone Mountain, Ga. Pearman, Bill, T, 1947, 49, 50, 51, Charlotte, N.C. Pedersen, Arnold, LG, 1962, 63, Bridgeport, Conn. Peebles, Antron, TE, 1996, 97, 98, Murfreesboro Peel, Ike, HB, 1939, 40, 41, Dyersburg Peery, Arnall, RHB, 1906, 07, 08, 09, Spring Hill Penland, J.D., RG, 1910 Peoples, Carlton, DB, 1979, 80, 81, 82, Memphis Peppers, Victor, DB, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Albany, N.Y.

Pryor, Wesley, WR, 1983, 85, 86, DeSoto, Texas Puki, Craig, LB, 1975, 76, 78, 79 (Capt.), Seattle, Wash. Pulliam, Robert, DT, 1972, 73, 74, Salisbury, N.C.

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Ofenheusle, Will, OT, 1999, 00, 01, 02 (Capt.), Martin Oku, David, RB, 2009, 10, Midwest City, Okla. Olasimbo, Roy, TB, 2007 (Service), Riverdale, Ga. Oldham, Donnie, LB, 1977, Castalian Springs Oleksiak, Pat, TB, 1952, 54, Hempstead, N.Y. Olmstead, H.S., RT, 1899 Olszewski, Jeff, QB, 1979, 80, 81, Parma, Ohio O’Neal, Art, C, 1963, Alexandria, Va. O’Neal, Kenny, WR, 2007, San Ramon, Calif. Orr, Bunny, FB, 1959, 60, 61, Bolivar Overbey, Beasley, HB, 1920 Overholt, Bobby, LE, 1957, Knoxville Overstreet, Will, DE, 1998, 99, 00, 01 (Capt.), Jackson, Miss. Overton, Mike, C, 1973, 74, 75, 76, Commerce, Ga. Owens, O.J, DB, 2001, 03, New London, N.C.

Perkins, Marion, FB, 1936, 37 Perry, Robbin, OT, 1987, Brentwood Persinger, Tim, T, 1969, Johnson City Peterson, Trey, OG, 1993, 94, 95, New Smyrna Beach, Fla. Petrella, Bob, DB, 1963, 64, 65, Philadelphia, Pa. Petruzzi, Leo, QB, 1932, 33, Smithport, Pa. Pfeiffer, Scott, TE, 1993, 94, 95, St. Louis, Mo. Phillips, Ed, G, 1963, Tellico Plains Phillips, Frederick H., Sub., 1893 Phillips, Greg, OG, 1975, 76, Huntsville, Ala. Phillips, Jimmie R., HB, 1920, 22, South Pittsburgh Phillips, Marvin, RE, 1958, 59, 60, Union City Phillips, Mose, RB, 1991, 92, 93, 94, Nashville Phillips, Vernon, RB, 1980, Fort Pierce, Fla. Pick, Jack M., C, 1934, 35 Pickens, Carl, WR, 1989, 90, 91, Murphy, N.C. Pickens, Richard, FB, 1966, 67, 68, Knoxville Pickle, Joe, LB, 1983 (Service), Knoxville Pierce, Phil, QB, 1969, 70, 71, Athens Pierce, W.W., Sub., 1899 Pike, Patrick (Buddy), E, 1944, 45, 46, North Fork, W.Va. Pillow, Ronnie, LB, 1994, 95, 96, Columbia Pinner, Sam, C, 1996, 97, Memphis Plemons, Josh, QB, 2000, Kingston Poe, Jon, LB, 2003, 04, 05, Covington Poe, Matt 1994, DB, (Service), Nashville Poles, Roland, RB, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Caledonia, N.Y. Poley, David, DE, 1973, 74, Memphis Polofsky, Gordon, FB, 1949, 50, 51, Crankston, R.I. Poole, Robert, OT, 1994, 95, 96, 97, Birmingham, Ala. Poole, Steve, LB, 1973, 74, 75, Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. Poole, Tauren, TB, 2008, 09, 10 (Capt.), Toccoa, Ga. Pope, Cody, C, 2010, Julian, Calif. Pope, Jackie, TB, 1960, Oak Ridge Porter, James W., E, 1934, 36 Porter, Steve, C, 1976, 77, 78, Murray, Ky. Potts, Tommy, RE, 1956, 57, 58, Wellston, Ohio Pounders, Louis E., E, 1932, 33, 34, Memphis Powe, Roc, RB, 1991, Mobile, Ala. Powell, Don , HB, 1923, Memphis Powell, Jeff, RB, 1985, Nashville Powell, Jim, LE, 1942, 46, 47, 48 (Capt.), Miami, Fla. Powell, John, G, 1951, 52, 53, Mt. Pleasant Powers, Eddy, DB, 1975, 76, 77, Clarksville Powers, Rick, LB, 1976, 77, Homewood, Ala. Powers, William K., HB, 1919 Pratt, Troy, DB, 1996, Lafayette, La. Price, Jason, QB/H, 1995, 96, Knoxville Price, Mike, WB, 1966, 67, 68 (Service), Knoxville Price, Peerless, WR, 1995, 96, 97, 98, Dayton, Ohio Price, Royal, G, 1942, 46, 47, Johnstown, Pa. Priest, Tim, DB, 1968, 69, 70 (Capt.), Huntingdon Priest, Tom, FB, 1953, 55, Miami, Fla. Prigmore, Quincy, RB, 1992, 93, 94, 95, Cleveland Pritchard, Ken, LE, 1962, 63, Charleston, Miss. Proctor, E.B., C, 1904, 05, 06 (Capt.) Proctor, J.B., TB, 1946, 47, 48, Nashville Propst, John, LB, 2010, Hoover, Ala. Pruett, Kenneth, FB, 1949, 50, Knoxville Prugh, Chuck, C, 2004, Maryville

THE VOLS

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Nails, Brett, WR, 1985 (Service), Bolivar Nash, Marcus, WR, 1994, 95, 96, 97, Tulsa, Okla. Naumoff, Paul, LB, 1964, 65, 66 (Capt.), Columbus, Ohio Neal, G.F. ,Sub., 1896 Neal, Karlton, DE, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Chicago, Ill. Neal, Rajion, TB, 2010, Fayetteville, Ga. Needham, Kenneth L. (Shorty), G, 1933, 34, 35, Knoxville Neff, Herbert Artie, HB, 1922, 23, 24, 25, South Pittsburg Nelson, Lance, LB, 1990, Wichata, Kans. Nelson, Ralph, OG, 1993, Kingsport Nelson, Tony, DB, 1986, 87, 88, Knoxville Nettles, Ray, LB, 1969, 70, 71, Jacksonville, Fla. Newman, Fred, FB, 1939, 40, Knoxville Newman, Philip, KS, PK, 2002, 03, (Service) Marietta, Ga. Newman, W.M., FB/LG, 1896, 99, 1900 (Capt.), Knoxville Newsome, Scott, DS, 2002, 03, 04, Jacksonville, Fla. Neyland, Bob Jr., RHB, 1952, 53, Knoxville Nichols, Jack, FB, 1960, 61, Loudon Nicholson, Jacob H. (Jake), E, 1920, 21, Chattanooga Nickla, Ed, E, 1951, 52, Long Island, N.Y.

Nicklin, Strang, HB, 1896 (Capt.) 97 Noe, Richie, LB, 1992, Lake City Noel, Henry W., G, 1940, 41, Greeneville Noel, Tori, DB, 1993, 95, 96, 97, Memphis Noonan, Jim, MG, 1976, 77, 78, 80 (Capt.), Dyersburg North, Lee, C, 1978, 79, 80, 81  (Capt.), Tucker, Ga. Nowling, William E., FB, 1940, 41, 42, St. Petersburg, Fla.

STAFF

Moore, Vincent, WR, 1987, 89, 90, Memphis Moran, Charley B., HB, 1897 Morel, Bobby, MG, 1964, 65, 66, College Grove Morgan, Anthony, WR, 1988, 89, 90, Cleveland, Ohio Morgan, Ed, RHB, 1950, 51, 52, Hendersonville, N.C. Morgan, Stanley, WB, 1973, 74, 75, 76, Easley, S.C. Morley, Demetrice, DB, 2005, 06, 08, Miami, Fla. Morris, Horace, DE, 1991, 92, 93 (Capt.), Miami, Fla. Morris, B.Y., C, 1922, 23, Cedar Hill Morris, Randall, RB, 1980, 81, 82, 83, Long Beach, Calif. Morris, W.W., RT, 1915, 16 Morrow, Russ, C, 1944, 45, St. Louis, Mo. Morton, Bobby, TB, 1962, 63, Murfreesboro Morton, Robert, DE, 1975, Richmond, Ky. Moses, Fred J., B, 1933, 34, 35, Knoxville Moss, Ray, C, 1956, 57, 58, Chattanooga Mugleston, Steve, LB, 2003, (Service), Knoxville Mulloy, Richard, E, 1939, 40, 41, Louisville, Ky. Munoz, Michael, OT, 2000, 02, 03 (Capt.), 04 (Capt.), Mason, Ohio Munro, Colin, T, 1951, 53, Aurora, Ill. Murdic, Jon, DB, 1972, 73, 74, Franklin Murphy, David, HB, 1966, 67, Columbia Murphy, John, TE, 1975, 76, 77, Jackson Murrell, W.J., RG, 1911 Murrell, William, G, 1936 Murriel, Martin, DB, 1977, 78, Knoxville Mutter, Mitch, C, 1967, Johnson City Myers, Andy, G, 1950, 51, 52, Knoxville Myers, James A. (Jim), G, 1941, 42, 46, Madison, W.Va. Myers, Jason 1997, DS, (Service), Huntingdon Myers-White, Adam, LB, 2005, 06, 07, 08, Hamilton, Ohio Myles, Jr., Darren, DB, 2009, Atlanta, Ga. Myslinski, Tom, OG, 1988, 89, 90, 91, Rome, N.Y.

OUTLOOK

Meek, Bill, QB, 1940, 41, 42, Birmingham, Ala. Melas, Alex 1966, MG, (Service), New York, N.Y. Melton, Gary, OT, 1966, 67, Maryville Meneses, Oscar B, 1944, Yeadon, Pa. Merritt, J.B. 1968, E, (Service), Greenville, S.C. Meseroll, Norman, RT, 1946, 47, 48, 49, New Brunswick, N.J. Messimer, Jesse, ILB, 1984, Graysville Meyer, Charles, QB, 1951, Cincinnati, Ohio Michels, John, G, 1950, 51, 52, Philadelphia, Pa. Middlebrooks, Nate, TE, 1986, 87, 88 (Capt.), Chattanooga Middleton, Albert, B, 1932, New Britain, Conn. Milam, Kevin, TB, 1970, Memphis Milchin, Jerry, C, 1961, 62, 63, Bluefield, W.Va. Miles, Adam, DS, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Hendersonville Miles, Willie, DB, 1998, 99, 00, 02, Ft. Worth, Texas Miley, Floyd, DB, 1988, 89, 90, 91, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Miller, Anthony, WR, 1986, 87, Pasadena, Calif. Miller, Ben, C, 1944, 45, Chattanooga Miller, Bubba, C, 1992, 93, 94, 95 (Capt.), Franklin Miller, Corey, DE, 2010, Wellford, S.C. Miller, Darrin, ILB, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Flemington, N.J. Miller, Jim, RB, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Nashville Miller, Michael, WR, 1980, 81, 82, Flint, Mich. Mills, Joe, OG, 1973, 74, Greenville, S.C. Mills, Johnny, E, 1964, 65, 66, Elizabethton Milner, Orvis, BB/QB, 1946, 47, Knoxville Mims, Chris, DE, 1990, 91, Los Angeles, Calif. Miner, Jim, RE, 1947, 48, 49, Mentor, Ohio Mitchell, Charles T., BB, 1941, 42, 43, St. Albans, W.Va. Mitchell, Cleon, RB, 1993, Lauderdale Lakes, Fla. Mitchell, D.K., C, 1931, Knoxville Mitchell, Jason, LB, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Abbeville, La. Mitchell, Marvin, LB, 2002, 03, 05, 06 (Capt.), Norfolk, Va. Mitchell, Stan, FB, 1963, 64, 65, Sparta Mitchell, Steve, DE, 1971, 72, 73, Sparta Mitchell, Xavier, DE, 2004, 05, 06, 07, Long Beach, Miss. Mitchell-Thornton, Nigel, LB, 2009, 10, Stone Mountain, Ga. Mixon, Manley, DE, 1968, 69, 70, Nashville Moeller, Gene, LB, 1951, 52, Davenport, Iowa Mohrman, Mike, DT, 1972, 73, 74, Boise, Idaho Molaskey, Ron, G, 1965, Sharon, Pa. Molck, Ricky, OT, 1971, 72, Memphis Molinski, Ed, G, 1938, 39, 40, Massillon, Ohio Mondelli, Jim, MM, 1967, 68, Nashville Mooers, Charles A., FB, 1891 Moon, David, OT, 1984, Meridianville, Ala. Moore, Charles C. Jr., RG, 1891, 92 (Capt.) Moore, Denarius, WR, 2007,08, 09, 10, Tatum, Tex. Moore, Dustin, TE, 1995, 96, Greeneville Moore, Eddie, LB, 1999, 00, 01, 02 (Capt.), South Pittsburg Moore, Gary, RB, 1977, 78, 79, Decatur Moore, Jeff, WR, 1975, 76, 77, 78, Memphis Moore, Mark, DT, 1988, 89, Charleston, W.Va. Moore, Owen Bud, HB, 1926 Moore, Rashad, DT, 1999, 00, 01, 02, Huntsville, Ala. Moore, Terry, RB, 1972, 73, 74, 75, Clinton


VOLMANAC Riley, Spencer, OG, 1996, 97, 98, 99 (Capt.), New Market Ring, J.J., RT, 1906, 09, Franklin Ring, N.S. (Ned), LG, 1915, 16 Ritchey, Jim, T, 1954, Rossville, Ga. Ritzmann, Constantin, DE, 1999, 00, 01, 03 (Capt.), Berlin, Germany Rivera, Mychal, TE, 2010, Valencia, Calif. Roach, Gary, QB, 1975, Raytown, Mo. Roberts, Louis T., C, 1928, 29, 30, Fulton, Ky. Robertson, Sam, LB, 1963, 64, 65, Chattanooga Robinson, Antonio, DE, 1993, Memphis Robinson, Charles, E, 1956, Etowah Robinson, Diron, C, 1995, 96, 97, 98, Oklahoma City, Okla. Robinson, Edwin G., LT, 1893 Robinson, Fred, HB, 1923, 24, Evensville Robinson, Harvey L., QB, 1931, 32, Weaverville, N.C. Robinson, Ray, C, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Woodbury Robinson, Steve, OT, 1968, 69, 70, Franklin Robinson, Tom, G/C, 1923, 24, 25, Nashville Robinson, Tony, QB, 1983, 84, 85, Tallahassee, Fla. Robinson, Tyrone, OLB, 1985, 86, Bridgeport, Ala. Robison, Charles W., G, 1916, 19, 20, Franklin Rodgers, Kacy, DE, 1988, 89, 90, 91, Humboldt Roe, Joe , C, 1957, Franklin, Ky. Rogan, C.B., RG, 1896, 97 Rogan, Dennis, DB, 2007, 08, 09, Knoxville Rogers, Austin, WR, 2005, 07, 08, 09 (Service), Nashville Rogers, Da’Rick, WR, 2010, Calhoun, Ga. Rogers, E.N., RE, 1908, 09 Rogers, Zach, WR, 2009, 10, Nashville Rollins, John, RB, 1987, 88, Knoxville Romine, Dave, G, 1940, Beckley, W.Va. Rose, Roy Eugene, E, 1933, 34, 35, Sharonville, Ohio Rosenfelder, Charles, OG, 1966, 67, 68, Humboldt Ross, G.W., Sub., 1897 Rotella, Al, T, 1942, 46, 47, Patterson, N.J. Rotella, Jamie, LB, 1970, 71, 72 (Capt.), Verona, N.J. Rotroff, Roger, E, 1951, 52, 53, Glendale, Ohio Rowan, Billy Joe, WB, 1946, 47, Hunstville, Ala. Rowe, Gary, DB, 1974, 75, 76, Valdosta, Ga. Rowsey, Thomas, DB, 1975, 76, 77, Camden Rubin, W.P., Sub., 1911 Rudder, Bill, FB, 1971, 72, 73, Winchester Rudder, David, QB, 1978, 79, Knoxville Rumsey, Tim, C, 1979, 80, 81, 82, Jamestown, N.C. Rushin, Don, BB, 1954, Fort Wayne, Ind. Russas, Al, RE, 1946, 47, 48, Providence, R.I. Russell, Don, G, 1919 Ruth, Rodney, WR, 1992, Severn, Md. Ryan, Pat, QB, 1977, Oklahoma City, Okla.

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Sabato, Al, QB, 1942, Cincinnati, Ohio Sadler, Ken, RB, 1958, 59, Livingston Saint Preux, Ovince, DE, 2002, 04, Immokalee, Fla. Sanders, Jesse, LB, 1992, 93, 94, 95, Sebring, Fla. Sanders, Randy, QB, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Morristown Sanders, William, T, 1937 Sanderson, Dale, C, 1983, Hamilton, Ont., Canada Sanderson, Ken, WR, 1976, 77, 78, Knoxville Sandlin, Bobby, WB, 1956, 57, 58, Lake City, Fla.

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Sanford, Craig, PK, 1997 (Service), Hermitage Sapp, Dontavis, DB, 2010, Valdosta, Ga. Sartelle, John, TE, 1993, 94, 95, 96, Memphis Satterfield, Larry, OT,1972, 73, 74, Maryville Saunders, W. Raymond, LT, 1929, 30, 31, Nashville Saxton, N.L., QB, 1907, 08 Scandrett, David. OLB, 1982, 83, Kennesaw, Ga. Schaeffer, Brent, QB, 2004, Deerfield Beach, Fla. Schaffer, Joe, RT, 1957, 58, 59 (Capt.), Cincinnati, Ohio Schenk, C.G., LE, 1900, Knoxville Schleiden, Roy 1944 Schneitman, Dale, P, 1978, 79 (Service), Knoxville Schoenle, Bill, OG, 1991, Williamsville, N.Y. Schofield, JerQuari, OG, 2010, Aiken, S.C. Scholes, Charles, C, 1954, Paris Schultz, Don, LG, 1958, Cheswick, Pa. Schwanger Ted, FB, 1952, 53, Sandusky, Ohio Schwartzinger, Jimmy, WB, 1940, 41, Paterson, N.J. Scott, Benson, H, 1997, 98, 99, Knoxville Scott, Bob, OG, 1953, 54, 55, Cleveland Scott, Bobby, QB, 1968, 69, 70, Rossville, Ga. Scott, Chris, OT, 2006, 07, 08, 09, Riverdale, Ga. Scott, Leonard, WR, 1999, 00, 01, 02, Zachary, La. Scott, Robby, MG, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Decatur Sears, Arron, OT, 2003, 04, 05, 06 (Capt.), Russellville, Ala. Seivers, Larry, SE, 1974, 75, 76 (Capt.), Clinton Sekanovich, Dan, E, 1951, 52, 53, Hazelton, Pa. Sells, Jack, H, 1983, 84, Cookeville Session, Steve, DB, 1991, 92, Natchez, Miss. Sessions, Anthony, LB, 1999, 00, Bonaire, Ga. Severance, Charles, WB, 1959, 60, Knoxville Sewell, Tim, DB, 1995, 96, 97, 98, Columbia Sexton, Scott, WR, 1994 (Service), Knoxville Shafer, Bo, LT, 1956, 57, 58, Knoxville Shaffer, David, OT, 1971, 72, 73, Oak Ridge Shannon, H.I., C, 1908, 09, Tampa, Fla. Sharp, Brad, FB, 2003 (Service), Newcomb Sharp, Sam J., B, 1935 Sharpe, W.P., LT, 1900 Shaw, Jarrod, OT, 2008, 09, 10, Lafayette, La. Shaw, Robert, C, 1975, 76, 77, 78 (Capt.), Marietta, Ga. Shaw, William H., RHB, 1904, 05 Shelby, A.G., HB, 1916 Sherrill, J.W., RHB, 1948, 49, 50, Norfolk, Va. Sherrod, Horace (Bud), E, 1947, 48, 49, 50, Knoxville Shields, David, TB, 1961, Alderson, W.Va. Shields, Lebron, LT, 1958, 59, Lafayette, Ga. Shires, Marshall (Abe), T, 1938, 39, 40, Alderson, W.Va. Shires, Pat, LHB, 1950, 52, 53, Hinton, W.Va. Shofner, Austin C., T, 1936 Shoulders, William, RT, 1915, 16 Showalter, Nick, MM, 1966, 67, 68, Kingsport Shuford, George, KS, 1962, Chattanooga Shuler, Benjie, WR, 1993, 95, 96, 97, Bryson City, N.C. Shuler, Heath, QB, 1991, 92, 93, Bryson City, N.C. Shull, F.E., E, 1930, 31, 32, Erwin Silberman, Dow 1934, 35 Silcox, J.H., LG, 1902 Silvan, Nilo, WR, 1992, 93, 94, Covington, La.

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Silvey, George, TB, 1968, 70, 71, Nashville Simerly A.E., C, 1902 Simionetti, Leonard, T, 1940, 41, New Philadelphia, Ohio Simmonds, R.M., QB, 1915 Simmons, Tony, DT, 1982, 83, 84, Oakland, Calif. Simms, Matt, QB, 2010, Franklin Lakes, N.J. Simon, Kevin, LB, 2002, 03, 05, Walnut Creek, Calif. Simons, Kevin, OT, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Miami, Fla. Simonton, Claud, DE, 1970, 71, 72, Covington Simpson, Hubert, RB, 1976, 78, 79, Athens Sims, Burt L. , LE, 1892 Sims, Tommy, DB, 1982, 83, 84, 85 (Capt.), Americus, Ga. Singer, Curt, OT, 1980, 81, 82, 83, Aliquippa, Pa. Sivert, Jim, QB/BB, 1949, Gate City, Va. Sizemore, Bernie, FB, 1949, 50, Princeton, W.Va. Slack, Tom, QB/BB, 1948, Knoxville Slater, Walter, TB, 1941, 42, 46 (Capt.), Providence, R.I. Sloan, Ira, T, 1920, 21, Madisonville Smalls, Terriea, DT, 2002, 03, Pineville, S.C. Smargiasso, Heath, DB, 1994, 95, New Washington, Pa. Smartt, Leon, LG, 1958, 59, 60, Hixson Smelcher, Jim, LT, 1955, 56, 57, Lake City Smith, Alfred E., LT, 1892 Smith, Billy, RG, 1961, Cookeville Smith, Boyd M., B, 1932, Knoxville Smith, Bret, WR, 2003, 04, 05, 06, Warren, Ark. Smith. C.H., RG, 1899 Smith, Carl E., FB, 1956, 57, 58, Washington Court House, Ohio Smith, Chavis, DT/OG, 2000, 01, 02, 03, Forest City, N.C. Smith, Chuck, DE, 1990, 91, Athens, Ga. Smith, Daryle, OT, 1984, 85, 86, Knoxville Smith, Geric, LB, 1995 (Service), Hermitage Smith, Gordon E., G, 1931, 32, 33, Paris Smith, H.W., LE, 1896, 97 Smith, Jacques, DE, 2010, Ooltewah Smith, Jeff, TE, 1981, 82, 84, 85, Milan Smith, Jeff, OG, 1992, 93, 94, 95, Decatur Smith, Jerry, DB, 1964, 65, 66, Thomasville, N.C. Smith, Jimmie F., HB/QB, 1920, 21, 22, 23 Smith, Kenny, DT, 1997, South Pittsburg Smith, Larry, OG, 1989, Milan Smith, Mike 1973, 75, DT, (Service), Marietta, Ga. Smith, Onterrio, RB, 1999, Sacramento, Calif. Smith, Rob, OG, 2002, 04, 05 (Capt.), Fort Thomas, Ky. Smith, Roy (Looney), T, 1947, 48, 49, 50, Knoxville Smith, Thomas, G, 1938, 39, Bristol, Va. Smith, Tracy, DB, 1990, 91, 92, Jonesboro, Ga. Smith, Wayne, LB, 1968, 69, Nashville Smithers, Bob, WB, 1956, Silver Springs, Md. Sneed, Robert, QB, 1936, 37, 38 Sneed, W. Bush, HB, 1923, Nashville Snipes, Herman 1931 Snowden, Robert B., T, 1919 Sollee, Neyle, FB, 1958, 59, Jacksonville, Fla. Sorrells, Frank G., RE, 1913, 14, 15, Fayetteville Spain, Wayne, DB, 1969, 70, Jackson Sparks, Scott, DB, 1987, 88, Maryville Spence, J.W., RT, 1906 Spence, Shirley E. 1891

Spiva, Andy, LB, 1973, 74, 75, 76 (Capt.), Chamblee, Ga. Spivey, Brian, C, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Jefferson City Spivey, Jeremy, LB, 1992, Nashville Spoone, Bill, E, 1953, Morristown Spradlin, Danny, LB, 1977, 78, 79, 80, Maryville Stacey, Dan, DS, 2000, 01, Nashville Stafford, Tim, C, 1986, 87, Louisville Staley, Maurice, WR, 1994, 95, Charlotte, N.C. Stallworth, Donte’, WR, 1999, 00, 01, Sacramento, Calif. Stallworth, Thomas, LB, 2001, Lithonia, Ga. Stanback, Haskel, TB, 1971, 72, 73, Kannapolis, N.C. Stancell, Harold, DB, 1964, 65, 66, Knoxville Stansell, Ken, DT, 1972, Chattanooga Stapleton, Clayton, G, 1941, 46, 47, Fleming, Ky. Starling, Marcus, WR, 1977, 78, Dalton, Ga. Steffy, Joe ,G, 1944, Chattanooga Steiner, Max, G, 1938, 39, 40, Bluefield, W.Va. Stephens, Buster, B, 1944, 45, Knoxville Stephens, Don, WB, 1958, Oak Ridge Stephens, Nick, QB, 2008, Flower Mound, Texas Stephens, Travis, RB, 1997, 98, 00, 01, Clarksville Stephenson, Casey, B, 1944, 45, Mayfield, Ky. Stephenson, Dave, C, 1946, Charleston, W.Va. Stephenson, Guy, C, 1922, Centerville Stevenson, Dominique, LB, 1998, 99, 00, 01, Gaffney, S.C. Stewart, Antwan, DB, 2003, 05, 06, Dumfries, Va. Stewart, Bo, T, 1944, Chattanooga Stewart, Branndon, QB, 1994, Stephenville, Texas Stewart, Clifton, OG, 1967, 68, Chesapeake, Va. Stewart, Howard L., G, 1931, 32, 33, Lebanon Stewart, James, RB, 1991, 92, 93, 94, Morristown Stewart, Lyonel, LB, 1975, 77, 78, Knoxville Still, Eric, OG, 1986, 87, 88, 89 (Capt.), Germantown Still, J. Ralph, T, 1930, 31, Cleveland Stocker, Luke, TE, 2007, 08, 09, 10 (Capt.), Berea, Ky. Stokes, Charles, T, 1950, 51, Graceville, Fla. Stolarick, Robert, DS, 2000, Germantown Stone, Cory, DT, 1993, 94, Memphis Stone, James, C, 2010, Nashville Storey, Jake, LB, 2009, 10, Titusville, Fla. Stottlemyer, Dave, C, 1955, 56, 57, Sarasota, Fla. Stowell, Mike, OT, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Meridan, Idaho Stowers, Donnie, OG, 1977 (Service), Largo, Fla. Stratton, Mike, LE, 1959, 60, 61, Tellico Plains Streater, Jimmy, QB, 1977, 78, 79 (Capt.), Sylva, N.C. Streno, Glenn, C, 1981, 82, 83, Pittsburgh, Pa. Striegel, Roy B. (Pap), G, 1919, 20, 21, 22 (Capt.), Perryville Stroud, Jack, T, 1947, 48, 49, 50 (Capt.), Cleveland, Ohio Stuart, Mark, LT, 1910 Stuart, Phil, OT, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Johnson City Studaway, Mark, DT, 1979, 80, 81, 83, Memphis Stupar, Francis, RE, 1949, Munhall, Pa. Suffridge, Robert (Bob), G, 1938, 39, 40, Knoxville Suggs, A.J., QB, 2000, Powder Springs, Ga. Suh, Eric, RB, 1997 (Service), Chattanooga Sullenger, Owen, WR, 1996, Boca Raton, Fla. Sullins, Cody, C, 2007, 08, 09, Cottontown Sullins, Cory, OG, 2008, 09, Cottontown Sullivan, Jimmy, FB, 1962, 64, Signal Mountain Sullivan, Ned, LB, 1961, 62, 63, Franklin

Summers, Shawn, DB, 1992, 93, 94, 95, Oak Ridge Sumpter, Nate, RB, 1977, 79, Myrtle Beach, S.C. Surlas, J.J., DT, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Mt. Pleasant, Pa. Suttle, Chevette, DB, 1980, Lafayette, Ga. Sutton, Phil, OT, 1978, 79, Birmingham, Ala. Swafford, J.H., RT, 1908 Swain, Jayson, WR, 2003, 04, 05, 06 (Capt.), Huntsville, Ala. Swanson, Eric, WR, 1984, 85, San Bernardino, Calif. Sweeney, Terry, WB, 1953, Lawrence, Mass. Sykes, Rae, DT, 2010, Alcoa Symonds, Brad, DB, 1994 (service), South Windsor, Conn. Szawara, Al, FB, 1976, LaPorte, Ind.

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Tade, Herbert, C, 1935 Talbot, Joe, T, 1923, Nashville Talley, Ben, LB, 1991, 92, 93, 94 (Capt.), Griffin, Ga. Tanara, Al, E, 1962, 63, 64, Spring City, Pa. Tanner, Don, LG, 1949, Willoughby, Ohio Tanner, Larry, T, 1939, Miami, Fla. Tansil, Vernon G., E, 1934, 35 Tardy, Drew, WR, 2006 (Service), Huntington, W. Va. Tarwater, A. B., RE, 1897, Inskip Taylor, Frank, DT, 2003 (Service), Union, N.J. Taylor, Leland, DT, 1993, 94, Louisville, Ky. Taylor, Lenny, WR, 1981, 82, 83, Miami, Fla. Taylor, Lucas, WR, 2005, 06, 07, 08 (Capt.), Carencro, La. Taylor, R.L., RG, (Bob) 1912, 13, 14, 15 Taylor, W.H., RG, 1901 Teague, Marsalis, WR, 2009, 10, Paris Teague, Trey, C, 1994, 95, 96, 97, Jackson Tedford, Gene, WB, 1963, Charleston, Miss. Teel, Jerry, TE, 1991, Lenora, Kans. Templeton, Conrad C., G, 1929, 30, Fayetteville Templeton, Rick, P, 1995 (Service), LaVergne Terry, Corey, DE, 1996, 97, 98, Warrenton, N.C. Terry, Mike, DE, 1979, 81, 82, Atlanta, Ga. Terry, William L., LE, 1899 (capt.) Thayer, Harry J. (Hobo), G, 1928, 29, 30 (Capt.), Charleston, W.Va. Theiler, Gary, E, 1969, 70, 71, Louisville, Ky. Thomas, Alfred, G, 1937, 38, 39, Milwaukee, Wisc. Thomas, Bobby, E, 1971, Brownsville Thomas, Brent, DS, 2000 (Service), Louisville, Ky. Thomas, Dallas, OT, 2009, 10, Baton Rouge, La. Thomas, Dave, DB, 1990, Miami, Fla. Thomas, Houston, LB, 1987, 88, 89, Pikeville Thomas, Jimmy, DB, 1967, 68, 69, Lake Butler, Fla. Thomas, Victor, DT, 2008, 10, Olive Branch, Miss. Thomason, Brett, FB, 2008 (Service), Dalton,  Ga. Thomason, R.F. (Tommy), RHB, 1912, 13, 14, 15 Thompson, Joe, WR, 1969, 70, 71, Savannah Thompson, Johnny, LB, 1970, 72, Niota Thompson, LaMarcus, LB, 2007, 08, 09, 10, Lithonia, Ga. Thompson, Raynoch, LB, 1997, 98, 99, New Orleans, La. Thompson, Tony, RB, 1988, 89, 90, (Capt.) Lake Wales, Fla.


ALL-TIME LETTERMEN

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Zander, Carl, ILB, 1981, 82, 83, 84 (Capt.), Mendham, N.J. Zecchino, Nick, C, 1986, 87, 88, Cedar Grove, N.J. Ziegler, Kelly, ILB, 1984, 85, 86, 87 (Capt.), Miami, Fla. Zontini, Lawrence, WB, 1942, Charleston, W.Va. Zurcher, Kevin, WR, 1989, Knoxville Zvolerin, Bob, LT, 1963, Windber, Pa. SERVICE AWARD—A service award is given upon the recommendations of the head coach to a senior athlete who has completed his eligibility and has been a squad member for at least three years without meeting the participation requirements for a varsity letter.

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Wilson, Ellix, LB, 2006, 07, 08 (Capt.), Memphis Wilson, Gibril, DB, 2002, 03, San Jose, Calif. Wilson, Darryal, WR, 1981, 82, Bristol, Va. Wilson, Dwight, OG, 1980, Thomasville, Ga. Wilson, Eddie, LB, 1971, 72, 73, Marietta, Ga. Wilson, Ellix, LB, 2006, 07, Memphis Wilson, James, DE, 1989, 91, 92, 93 (Capt.), Hampton, Va. Wilson, Nick, LB, 2003, 05, Knoxville Wilson, Rollin, HB, 1922, 24, Memphis Wilson, Will, TE, 2002 (Service), Columbia Winstead, Jid, LE, 1956, Rogersville Witherington, Sid, RB, 1973, Mumford Witherspoon, Carl, LB, 1971, 72, Knoxville Witt, Roy E., HB, 1926, 27, 28 (Capt.) Witten, Jason, TE, 2000, 01, 02, Elizabethton Wold, Steve, FB, 1968, 69, 70, Port Orange, Fla. Wolf, Tyler, DB, 2009, 10, Cookeville Wolfe, Dennis, OLB, 1976, 77, 78  (Capt.), Gate City, Va. Wolfe, Lloyd S., RE, 1914, 15, 16 Wood, Caroll, E, 1945, St. Louis, Mo. Wood, James R., LG, 1891 Wood, Lee, WR, 1989, 90, Richmond, Va. Wood, Walter (Babe), QB, 1936, 37, 38, McMinnville Woodruff, George R. (Bob), T, 1936, 37, 38, Athens, Ga. Woods, Casey, WR/H, 2005, 06, 07, Starkville, Miss. Woods, Gerald, OG, 1963, 64, 65, Milan Woods, Thomas, WR, 1986, 87, 88, 89 (Capt.), Gallatin Woody, James, LB, 1968, 69, 70, Columbia Woofter, Jim, DT, 1974, 75, 76, New Cumberland, W.Va. Word, Brian, LB, 2002, Cleveland Word, Roscoe, LT, 1902, 03, 04 (Capt.), 05 (Capt.), 07 (Capt.) Wortham, C.L., Sub., 1900 Wright, Gary, PK,1966, 67, Heflin, Ala. Wright, George, TB, 1957, 58, Sonora, Texas Wrightman, A.L., Sub., 1901 Wyatt, Bowden, E, 1936, 37, 38 (Capt.), Kingston Wyche, Bubba, QB, 1967, 68, Atlanta, Ga. Wynn, Herman D. (Breezy), B, 1931, 32, 33, Dublin, Ga. Wyrick, Charles, WB, 1960, 61, Harriman

THE VOLS

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Valbuena, Gary, QB, 1972, 73, Fountain Valley, Calif. Vaughan, Charles W. (Pug), B, 1932, 33, 34, Knoxville Veazey, Burney, WR, 1998, 99, 00, Southhaven, Miss. Veal, Demetrin, DE, 2001, 02, Paramount, Calif. Venable, Sam A., G, 1932, Knoxville Vereen, Daryl, LB, 2008, 09, 10, Charlotte, N.C. Verner, Randy, WR, 1974, 1975, Dallas, Texas Vest, Roger, C, 1951, 52, Detroit, Mich. Via, Mike, OLB, 1986 (Service), Milan Vick, Warren, E, 1941, Sweetwater Vinson, Brent, DB, 2007, 08, Hampton, Va. Vinson, Ian, DB/PK, 2006 (Service), Germantown Vinson, Todd, TB/P, 2006 (Service), Germantown Vituccio, Gary, DE, 1965, McKees Rocks, Pa. Vowell, J. Graham, LE, 1914, 15, 16 (Capt.) 21, Martin Vowell, Morris A., RT, 1913, 14, 15, 16, Matin Vowell, Richie, C, 1924, Martin Vugrin, James, RG, 1946, 47, 48, 49, Lansford, Pa.

Waddell, Ken, WB, 1959, 60, Nashville Wade, Jimmy, TB, 1951, 52, 53, 54, Lynchburg, Va. Wade, John, DE/TE, 1979, Nashville Wade, Jonathan, WR/DB, 2002, 04, 05, 06, Shreveport, La. Waff, Wayne, WB, 1962, Portsmouth, Va. Waggner, Prentiss, DB, 2009, 10, Clinton, La. Wagster, John, DT, 1970, 71, 72, Campbellsville, Ky. Walker, Chris, DE, 2007, 08, 09, 10, Memphis Walker, Darwin, DT, 1997, 98, 99 (Capt.), Walterboro, S.C. Walker, David, ILB, 1987, Knoxville Walker, Jackie, LB, 1969, 70, 71 (Capt.), Knoxville Walker, Jeff, OG, 1975, Oak Ridge Walker, Shon, LB, 1988, 89, 90, 91, College Park, Ga. Wallace, Randy, QB, 1974, 75, 76, Jacksonville, Fla. Wallen, Joe, FB, 1936, 38, 39, Portland Walls, Alex, PK, 1999, 00, 01, 02, Bristol, Va. Walls, Marlon, DT, 2009, Olive Branch, Miss. Walter, Hank, LB, 1972, 73, 74, Knoxville Walters, John M., LT, 1906, 07, 08, 09 Wampler, Chris, DT, 1980, 81, 82, Lenoir City Wantland, Hal, WB, 1963, 64, 65 (Capt.), Columbia Ward, Ernie, DB, 1973, 74, 75, Memphis Wardlow, Antonio, DB, 2006, 07, Winston-Salem, N.C. Warmath, Murray, E, 1932, 33, 34, Humboldt Warner, E.T., Sub., 1896 Warren, Brandon, TE, 2008, Alcoa Warren, Buist, QB, 1938, 39, 40, Miami, Fla. Warren, Dewey, QB, 1965, 66, 67, Savannah, Ga. Warren, James, OT, 1992, 93, Memphis Warren, John, PK, 1979, 80, 81, 82, Jesup, Ga. Warren, Phil, C, 1905 Warren, Preston, DB, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Knoxville Washington, Anthony, LB, 1976, Pensacola, Fla. Washington, Kelley, WR, 2001, 02, Stephens City, Va. Watkins, Arthur B., LT, 1897 Watkins, T.R., QB, 1903, 04 Watson, Brent , OT, 1974, 75, 76, 77 (Capt.), Twin Falls, Idaho Watson, Curt, FB, 1969, 70, 71, Crossville Watts, Brad, OT, 1976, Englewood Watts, Jim, DB, 1972, 73, 74 (Capt.), Jacksonville, Fla. Watts, Johnny, WB, 1977, 78, 79, Memphis Weary, Fred, OG, 1998, 99, 01, (Capt.) Montgomery, Ala. Weatherford, Derrick, DT, 1965, 66, 67, Darlington, S.C. Weatherford, Jim, HB, 1966, 67, 68, Dalton, Ga. Weaver, DeWitt T., G, 1934, 35, 36 (Capt.) Weaver, Herman, KS, 1967, 68, 69, Villa Rica, Ga. Weaver, Mark, PK, 2002 (service), Moorpark, Calif. Webb, Charlton, OG, 1975, 77, 78, Salem, Va. Webb, Chuck, RB, 1989, 90, Toledo, Ohio Webb, Danny, TB, 1958, Maryville Weber, Nick, HB, 1939, 40, Mansfield, Ohio Webster, Chris, OG, 1977, Cincinnati, Ohio Wegener, Albert B., HB, 1892, 93 Weisenberg, Andrew, RE, 1908, 09, Philadelphia, Pa. Weisensel, Ben, OL, 2008 (Service), Salisbury, N.C. Welch, F.W., LE, 1915

Welch, Tim, DE, 1983, 84, 85, Knoxville Wells, Scott, C, 2000, 01, 02, 03 (Capt.), Spring Hill Wemlinger, Gary, T, 1969, Morristown Wendelboe, Kevin, KS, 1991, Clemmons, N.C. Wert, Lee K., HB, 1907 Wert, R.Y., Sub., 1900, 01 Werts, Edwin S., HB, 1891, 92 West, Hodges (Burr), T, 1938, 39, 40, Knoxville West, Ryan, DS, 2004, 05, 06, Brentwood West, Tommy, TE, 1973, 74, 75, Gainesville, Ga. Westmoreland, Eric, LB, 1996, 98, 99, 00 (Capt.), Jasper Wheaton, Lance, H/QB 1992, 93, 94, Kingston Wheeler, Ronnie, DE, 1973, 74, 75, Mableton, Ga. Whitaker, James A., HB, 1929 White, Brad, DT, 1978, 79, 80 (Capt.), Idaho Falls, Idaho White, Chris, DB, 1983, 84, 85 (Capt.), Cleveland White, Fred, DB, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Griffin, Ga. White, H. Benton, LE, 1907, 08 White, Lynn T., RG, 1892, 93 White, Reggie, DT, 1980, 81, 82, 83 (Capt.), Chattanooga White, Steve, LB, 1975, Kingsport White, Steve, DE, 1992, 93, 94, 95, Memphis White, W.C., Sub., 1921 Whitehead, Mike, MG, 1985, 86, 87, Americus, Ga. Whiteside, Keyon, LB, 1999, 00, 01, 02, Forest City, N.C. Whittle, Matt , RHB, 1905 Widby, Ron, P, 1964, 65, 66, Knoxville Wildman, Charles, T, 1944, 45, 46, 47, Bridgeport, Conn. Wilhoit, James, PK, 2003, 04, 05, 06, Hendersonville Wilkerson, Bruce, OT, 1983, 84, 85, 86 (Capt.), Philadelphia Wilkinson, Rick, DB, 1981, 83, Knoxville Wilks, Rod, WR, 2009, Smyrna Williams, Billy, WR, 1993, 94, Alcoa Williams, Bob, T, 1954, 55, Valdese, N.C. Williams, Cliff, G, 1956, Appleton, Wisc. Williams, Dan, DT, 2007, 08, 09, Memphis Williams, Dick, DT, 1966, 67, 68 (Capt.), Greeneville Williams, Gerald, LB, 2008, 09, 10, Lauderdale Lakes, Fla. Williams, Ja’Kouri, RB, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Plaquemine, La. Williams, Jay, OG, 1977, 78, 79, 80, Nashville Williams, Johnny, MG, 1981, 82, 83, Knoxville Williams, Keldrick, TB, 2002, Montgomery, Ala. Williams, Martin, DT, 1988, 89, Charleston, S.C. Williams, Robert, FB, 2005 (Service) White Bluff Williams, Russ, DB, 1974, 75, 76, 77, Cincinnati, Ohio Williams, Todd, C, 1994, Dallas, Texas Williams, Tom, RT, 1960, 61, 62, Canton, N.C. Williams, Tony, OT, 1984, 85, Kingsport Williams, Tyler, OT, 2004 (Service), Cosby Willingham, DeAngelo, DB, 2007, 08, Saint Mathews, S.C. Wilson, Al, LB, 1995, 96, 97, 98 (Capt.), Jackson Wilson, Cedrick, WR, 1997, 98, 99, 00 (Capt.), Memphis Wilson, Charles, RB, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Prichard, Ala.

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Upton, Mark, OT, 1993, Soddy Daisy Upton, Todd, OG, 1983, 84, Alcoa Urbano, Bobby, RG, 1956, 57, 58 (Capt.), North Tonawanda, N.Y. Urbano, Roger, E, 1954, 55, 56, North Tonawanda, N.Y. Urubek, Steve, C, 1971, 72, 73, Chicago, Ill. Ussery, Bob, T, 1952, 53, Raleigh, N.C.

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Thompson, Van, QB, 1939, 40, Jackson Thornton, D.B., DT, 1903, 04, 05 Thornton, Matthew, KS, 1989 (Service), Brownsville Tidwell, Blane, DT, 1976, Clarksville Tilson, Paul, LT, 1959, 61, 62, Maryville Tinsley, Derrick, RB/WR, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Marietta, Ga. Toles, Alvin, ILB, 1981, 82, 83, 84, Forsyth, Ga. Todd, Robert, TE, 1991, 92, Germantown Toeaina, Albert, OT, 2004, 05, Antioch, Calif. Tomlinson, Billy, TB, 1963, 64, 65, Nashville Tompkins, F.M., FB, 1910, 11 Townes, Tim, DB, 1970, 71, 72, Knoxville Townsend, Ricky, PK, 1972, 73, 74, Dalton, Ga. Traa, Michael, DB, 1997, Sarasota, Fla. Tracy, Tom, FB, 1953, 54, Birmingham, Mich. Treece, Chris, DB, 1987, Murfreesboro Tripp, Arthur M., RG, 1926, 27, 28 Tritapoe, Phillip, DE, 2008 (Service), Kingsport Trott, Stan, WR, 1970, 71, 72, Montgomery, Ala. Trupovnieks, Jani, OT, 1980, 81, Hopedale, Ohio Truss, Shawn, DE, 1989, Middletown, Ohio Tucker, Glen, OT, 1976, 77, Douglas, Ga. Tucker, Homer, DB, 1988, Knoxville Tucker, Josh, OT, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Asheville, N.C. Tucker, Willis, C, 1940, Knoxville Tudor, D. Vincent, QB, 1927, 28, Plainview, Texas Tullis, Jeff, DT, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Cape Girardeau, Mo. Turnage, Gordon, DB, 1969, 71, 72, Thomasville, N.C. Turnbow, Jesse, DT, 1975, 77, Cincinnati, Ohio Turner, James, LB, 2004, 05, Augusta, Ark. Twifold, H.H., HB, 1916

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Yancey, David, RB, 2004, 05, 06, Norfolk, Va. Yanossy, Frank, DT, 1967, 68, 69, Bradenville, Pa. Yarbrough, John, WR, 1973, 74, 75, Salisbury, N.C. Yatkowski, Paul, DT, 1992, 93, Winnipeg, Man., Canada Young, Bill, DB, 1966, 68, 69 (Capt.), Knoxville Young, Carroll, WB, 1956, 57, Dallas, Texas Young, Ed. B., HB, 1925, 26 Young, Eddie, E, 1955, Miami, Fla. Young, Eric, OT, 2005, 06, 07, Union, S.C. Young, J.R., LHB, 1910 Young, Jimmy, E, 1970, 71, 72, Franklin, Ky. Young, Sean, OT, 2000, 01, 02, 03, Cohutta, Ga.

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Adkins, Greg (Marshall 1989)—Tight Ends, Offensive Line, Recruiting Coordinator 2003-2004; Tight Ends, Director of Recruiting 2005. Offensive Line 2006-08. Altizer, Scott (Furman 1993)—Senior Services Administrative Assistant/High School Relations 1999-2004; Coordinator Football Operations 2005-08; Director/Event Management 2009; Director of Football Relations 2010-Pres. Amedee, Lynn (LSU 1963)—Quarterbacks 1979. Anderson, Bill (Tennessee 1958)—Offensive Ends 1964. Avezzano, Joe (Florida State 1965)—Offensive Line 1977-79. Baggett, Charlie (Michigan St. 1976) —Asst. Head Coach, Wide Receivers 2010-Present Bailey, John W. (Tennessee 1939)—Line 1955-63. Baker, Bill (Tennessee 1969)—Offensive Ends 1976. Barnhill, John H. (Tennessee 1928)—Freshmen 1931-34, Line 1935-40; Head Coach 1941-45. Barry, Mike (Southern Illinois 1969)—Offensive Line 19982002. Bates, Jim (Tennessee 1968)—Linebackers 1989. Battle, William R. (Bill) (Alabama 1963)—Off. Ends 1966-69; Head Coach 1970-76. Bennett, Buddy (South Carolina 1961)—Defensive Backs 1970. Bevis, Bill (Tennessee 1945)—Backfield 1948-49. Blackburn, David (Tennessee 1989)—Assistant Recruiting Coordinator 1993; Administrative Assistant 1994-98. Assistant AD Football Administration and Compliance 1999-2003; Asst. AD Administration 2004-08; Senior Associate AD/Administration and Football Operations 2009-Present. Brackett, Deke (Tennessee 1934)—Assistant Freshmen 1934; Backfield 1935. Bradley, Mark (Samford 1969)—Junior Varsity 1991; Tight Ends 1992-95; Offensive Line 1996-97; Tight Ends/Assistant Offensive Line 1998-2000. Britton, William H. (Bill) (Army 1916)—Ends 1926-34; Head Coach 1935; Ends 1936-42, 1946. Brooks, Dan (Western Carolina 1976)—Defensive Line 199498, 2003-Present; Defensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator 1999-2002, Defensive Line 2003-08. Brown, Kippy (Memphis State 1977)—Receivers 1983-89; Assistant Head Coach/Receivers 1993-94; Receivers/ Interim Head Coach 2009. Bumpas, Dick (Arkansas 1971)—Inside Linebackers 1985-88. Burney, Jacob (Tennessee-Chattanooga 1981)—Defensive Line 1993. Cafego, George (Tennessee 1940)—Backfield & Kickers 195563; Scout & B Squad 1964-73; Kickers 1974-84. Caldwell, Chan (Tennessee 1948)—Ends 1949-54. Caldwell, Steve (Arkansas State 1977)—Defensive Ends/ Special Teams 1995-2005; Defensive Ends 2006-08. Capers, Dom (Mount Union 1972)—Defensive Backs 1980-81. Catavolos, George (Purdue 1967)—Defensive Backs 1982-83. Chancey, Ralph (Tennessee 1949)—Backfield 1950-63; Administrative Assistant 1979-88. Chaney, Jim (Central Missouri State 1985) — Offensive Coordinator/Running Backs 2009-Present. Chavis, John (Tennessee 1979)—Graduate Assistant 1979; Defensive Line 1989; Linebackers 1990-94; Defensive Coordinator 1995-1998 Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers 1999-2004; Assoc. Head Coach/ Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers 2005-08.

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Clawson, Dave (Williams 1989)—Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks 2008. Coe, Charlie (Kansas State 1973)—Receivers 1990; Running Backs 1991-92. Coffey, Charles (Tennessee 1956)—Defensive Line 1963-65. Conlin, Jon (Virginia Tech 1972)—Defensive Backs 1976. Cool, W.C. (Cornell)—Line 1917. Cornwell, Thomas H. (Washington & Jefferson)—Line 1920. Cox, Bill (Florida State 1968)—Quarterbacks 1977-78. Cregg, James (Colorado State 1997) — Offensive Line 2009. Cutcliffe, David (Alabama 1976)—Part-time 1982; Tight Ends—1983-88; Running Backs 1989; Quarterbacks 1990-91; Passing Game Coordinator /Quarterbacks 1992; Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 1993-94; Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 199598, 2006-07. Davis, Bob (Tennessee 1952)—Freshmen 1966-68; Defensive Ends 1969; Scout Squad 1970; Freshmen 1971-73; Junior Varsity 1974-75; Administrative Assistant to Athletics Director 1976-85; Assistant AD/Operations 1986-88; Associate AD/Facilities 1989-2003. Dickey, Gerry (Wichita State 1992)—Assistant A.D. Football Operations 2003-06. Dockery, Rex (Tennessee 1964)—Freshmen 1970; Offensive Ends 1971. Donahue, Ken (Tennessee 1951)—Assistant Head Coach/Line 1956-60; Defensive Coordinator 1985-1988. Drayton, Stan (Allegheny 1993)—Running Backs 2008. Dunn, Jimmy (Florida 1959)—Offensive Backs 1964-69. Dyar, Jim (Houston 1967)—Defensive Line 1977-79. Elliott, Jerry (Auburn 1957)—Defensive Line 1973-74; Offensive Ends 1974-75. Emanuel, Frank (Tennessee 1965)—Defensive Ends 1979; Defensive Line 1980-81. Faust, Hugh (Tennessee 1931)—Assistant Freshmen 1931-34; Freshmen 1935-50; Backfield 1941-42. Foels, Mel (Bowling Green 1965)—Outside Linebackers 198488; Defensive Ends 1989. Forrester, Ron (Arkansas 1955)—Ends 1958-59. Franklin, Robbie (Tennessee 1967)—Defensive Ends/Junior Varsity 1976; Outside Linebackers 1977-78. Fulmer, Phillip (Tennessee 1972)—Student Coach 1972-73; Offensive Line 1980-88; Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line 1989-92; Head Coach 1992-2008. Garner, Rodney (Auburn 1990)—Tight Ends 1996; Tight Ends/ Offensive Tackles 1997. Garza, Willie Mack (Texas 1993) — Defensive Backs 2009. Gaut, David G. (Tennessee 1907)—Line 1908. Gibson, Vince (Florida State 1955)—Linebackers 1964-66. Gran, Eddie (California Lutheran 1987) — Running Backs/ Special Teams 2009. Graves, Ray (Tennessee 1942)—Line 1944-45. Hall, Jack (Newbery 1950)—Assistant Freshmen 1969. Hamilton, Ray (Oklahoma 1978)—Defensive Line 1992. Harkness, W.S. (Bill) (Tennessee 1927)—Freshmen 1927-30. Harris, Walt (Pacific 1968)—Offensive Coordinator 1983-87; Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator 1988. Harrison, Bob (Kent State 1964)—Receivers 1977-1982. Hatfield, Ken (Arkansas 1965)—Assistant Freshmen 1968; Freshmen 1969; Offensive Ends 1970. Hatfield, Sid (Tennessee 1954)—Recruiter 1970-74. Haupt, Dale (Wyoming 1954)—Assistant Freshmen 1960; Freshmen 1961-63.

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Herzbrun, Lon (Tennessee 1958)—Linebackers 1969-76. Hiestand, Harry (East Stroudsburg 1983)—Offensive Line 2010-Present Higdon, Bill (Tennessee 1970)—Assistant Recruiter 1975; Recruiting Coordinator 1976; Recruiting Aide 1977-79; Recruiting Coordinator 1980-88; Administrative Assistant 1989; Senior Administrative Assistant 1990-92; Assistant Athletics Director/Game Management 1992-2009. Hildebrand, William (Mississippi State 1946)—Assistant Freshmen 1950. Hinshaw, Darin (Central Florida 1993)—Quarterbacks 2010-Present Hitt, Dick (Mississippi College 1930)—Line 1955-60. Hobt, A. Watt (Ohio State)—Line 1921, Backfield 1922-23; Freshmen 1924-25. Hofher, Jim (Cornell 1972)—Quarterbacks 1989. Hollifield, Herbert (Chattanooga 1950)—Recruiter 1963. Holloway, Condredge (Tennessee 1991)—Asst. AD/Director of Player Relations 1998-2008; Asst. AD/Student Athlete Relations and Lettermen 2009-Pres. Hooser, Hobart (Tennessee 1928)—Line 1942. Huggins, Lide (South Carolina 1964)—Offensive Ends 197273; Offensive Backs 1974-75. Hust, Al (Tennessee 1943)—Ends 1947-54. Idzik, John (Maryland 1951)—Assistant Freshmen 1950. Jackson, Bobby (Howard 1963)—Offensive Backs 1977-79; Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers 1980-82. Johnson, Harold (Tennessee 1950)—Assistant Freshman 1951 Johnson, L.B. (Farmer) (Tennessee 1929)—Line 1949-54. Jones, Bob (Baylor 1957)—Offensive Ends 1965. Jones, Larry (LSU 1955)—Defensive Coordinator, Defensive Line 1970, 1974-76. Joseph, Terry (Northwestern State 1996)—Defensive Backs/ Recruiting Coord. 2010-Pres. Julies, John (Ball State 1974)—Junior Varsity 1978; Defensive Line 1979. Defensive Ends 1980-82. Keane, Tim (Arkansas State 1968)—Defensive Backs 1990-92. Kiffin, Monte (Nebraska 1963) — Defensive Coordinator 2009. Kile, Jack (Tennessee 1962)—Freshmen Line 1962-65; Recruiter 1966-69. Kirk, Jerry (East Tennessee State 1963)—Junior Varsity 198081; Admin. Aide 1983. Knotts, Doug (Duke 1956)—Defensive Line 1966-69. Kreiger, Earl C. (Ohio 1919)—Backfield 1920. Lacewell, Larry (Arkansas 1959)—Defensive Coordinator 1990-91. Lindsay, Charles (Tennessee 1921)—Freshman 1926. Lowe, W.O. (Tennessee 1920)—Line 1922-23. Lowery, Emmett (Purdue 1934)—Assistant End and Scout 1947-58. Luke, Matt (Mississippi 2000)—Recruiting Coordinator/Tight Ends/Offensive Line 2006-2007. Madden, Joe (Maryland 1957)—Assistant Head Coach/ Defensive Backs 1977-79. Maddox, Bob (Frostburg State 1968)—Defensive Line 1992. Majors, Bill (Tennessee 1961)—Assistant Freshmen 1963-64; Def. Backs 1964-65. Majors, Johnny (Tennessee 1957)—Graduate Assistant 1957; Backfield 1958-59; Head Coach 1977-92. Malone, Fred (Fisk 1964)—Offensive Line 1975-76. Marmie, Larry (Eastern Kentucky 1965)—Defensive Coordinator, Inside Linebackers 1983-84; Defensive Coordinator 1992-94.

Marrone, Doug (Syracuse 1991)—Offensive Tackles/Tight Ends 2001 Marshall, Steve (Louisville 1980)—Offensive Line 1993-95. Mathews, Doug (Vanderbilt 1970)—Offensive Backs 1980-88; Defensive Backs 1989/Defensive Coordinator 1989. Mauer, John (Illinois 1926)—Ends 1939-40; Fresh. 1941-42; Ends 1944-46; 1961-63. McCollum, Andy (Austin Peay 1981)—Linebackers 1995 (Spring). McCorvey, Woody (Alabama State 1972)—Running Backs 1999-2003 McDonald, Jim (Ohio State 1939)—Linebackers 1955-62; Head Coach 1963; Assistant Athletic Director 1964-81. McKinney, George (Arkansas 1962)—Freshman 1964-65; Defensive Backs 1966-69. Michael, Jason (Western Kentucky 2002)—Tight Ends 2008. Mingey, Tim (St. Joseph’s [Ind.] 1972)—Recruiting Coordinator 1989-1990. Murrell, William (Tennessee 1937)—Assistant Freshmen 193840; Line 1941, 1947. Neyland, Robert R. (Army 1916)—Backfield 1925; Head Coach 1926-34, 1936-40, 1946-52; Athletics Director 1952-62. Norris, Rex (East Texas State 1964)—Defensive Line 1990-91. Oakes, B.F. (Illinois 1923)—Line 1924-25. O’Neil, Bernard (Bunzy) (Tennessee 1943)—Freshmen 195256. Orgeron, Ed. (Northwestern State 1984) — Assistant Head Coach/Recruiting Coordinator/Defensive Line 2009. Pace, Bill (Wichita State 1954)—Assistant Head/Quarterbacks 1980-81. Parker, Henry Lee (Mississippi State 1948)—Administrative Assistant 1977-78. Parker, Paul B. (Army 1916)—Line 1926-34. Pearce, Leroy (Wyoming 1949)—Ends 1955-56. Pederson, Steve (Nebraska 1980)—Recruiting Coordinator 1991-92; Associate Athletic Director/Football Operations 1993. Peel, Ike (Tennessee 1941)—Assistant Freshmen 1942; Backfield 1945-48; Freshmen 1949-51; Backfield 1952-53. Pendergrass, Brad (Tennessee 1998)—Director of Football Operations 2010-Pres. Pontius, Miller (Michigan 1914)—Line 1914-15. Price, Royal (Tennessee 1947)—Assistant Freshmen 1948. Proctor, Bobby (Arkansas 1955)—Freshmen 1957-60. Ramsey, Kevin (Indiana State 1984)—Defensive Backs 199598. Rash, Charlie (Missouri 1959)—Offensive Line 1964-65. Reaves, David (Appalachian State 2001) — Quarterbacks 2009. Robinson, Harvey (Tennessee 1933)—Freshmen 1946-48; Backfield 1949-52; Head Coach 1953-54; Backfield 1960-63. Rohe, Chuck (Mississippi Southern 1953)—Recruiter 1964-70. Roper, Bobby (Arkansas 1966)—Linebackers 1977-79. Roper, Kurt (Rice 1995)—Running Backs 2006-2007. Russell, Eric (Idaho 1991)—Tight Ends/Special Teams 2010Pres. Sanders, Randy (Tennessee 1987)—Volunteer Coach 198990; Receivers 1991-92; Running Backs 1993; Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator 1994-1998; Quarter-backs/ Offensive Coordinator 1999-2005. Saunders, Al (San Jose State 1969)—Quarterbacks 1982. Scott, Latrell (Hampton 2001)—Wide Recievers 2008. Sedden, Charles (Ohio State)—Line 1919.


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>> SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF

Ford, Harris D. (Bud) (Tennessee 1966)—Assistant Sports Information Director 1966-87; Sports Information Director 1987-89; Assistant Athletics Director/Sports Information 1989-99; Associate Athletics Director/Media Relations 2000-Present. Goddard, Larry—Sports Information Director 1946-47. Grim, David (Tennessee 1984)—Assistant Sports Information Director 1988-89; Associate Sports Information Director 1990-99; Internet Communications Director 2000-03. Harris, Cameron (TCU 2006) - Assistant Media Relations Dir., 2011-Pres. Harris, Haywood S. (Tennessee 1951)—Sports Information Director 1961-87; Assistant Athletics Director/Media Relations 1987-89; Associate Athletics Director/Media Relations 1989-99; Historian 2000-09.

Campbell, Bobby (Tennessee 1973)—Administrative Assistant/Facilities 1990-2003; Director Sports Surface Management 2004-09. Carpenter, Lon—Equipment Manager 1953-66; Equipment Repair Mgr. 1967-71. Frazier, Roger—Equipment Manager 1984-Present. Hallums, Brad (Tennessee 2005)—Asst. Director/Facilities 2007-Pres Hoskins, John Deanie—Groundskeeper 1926-61. Key, Cecil—Laundry Attendant 1963-65. Martin, Jim—Laundry Attendant 1974-1991. Parrott, Max (Tennessee 1984)—Equipment Attendant 198586; Asst. Equipment Manager 1987-Present. Roach, Hayward—Grounds 1956-70; Groundskeeper 1971-91. Roach, Myron—Groundskeeper 1992-Present. Rollo, Mike (Tennessee 1977)—Assoc. Athletics Director/ Facilities 2003-07. Seybold, Darren—Director/Sports Surface Management 2010-Pres. Shown, Ernest—Grounds 1972-90; Stadium Supervisor 19912003. Sitzler, Allen (Tennessee 1999)—Asst. Equipment Manager 2007-Present. Sprague, Gene—Equipment Manager 1967-83. Shrieve, Chief—Equipment Manager 1946-53. Wagner, Jim—Groundskeeper 1960-70. Zurcher, Kevin (Tennessee 1997)—Asst. Director/Facilities 2004-Present; Director of Facilities 2007-Present.

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Anderson, Bill (Tennessee 1958)—Color Announcer 1968-98. Foxx, Bob—Color Announcer 1952-67. Francis, Jeff (Tennessee 1989)—Sideline Reporter 1999-2006. Kelly, Andy (Tennessee 1991)—Sideline Reporter 2010-Pres. Kesling, Bob (Tennessee 1977)—Play-by-Play 1999-Present. Mooney, George—Play-by-Play 1952-67. Nelson, Lindsey (Tennessee 1941)—Play-by-Play 1949-50. Priest, Tim (Tennessee 1971)—Color Announcer 1999-Present. Stout, Alan—Play-by-Play 1951. Stowell, Mike (Tennessee 1993)— Sideline Reporter 2007-09. Ward, John (Tennessee 1952)—Play-by-Play 1968-98.

>> FACILITIES, EQUIPMENT & GROUNDS STAFF

HONORS & records

Ausmus, Aaron (Tennssee 1998)—Director of Strength & Conditioning 2009 Bailey, Dan (Nebraska 1988)—Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 1991-95. Brown, Brian (Southern Mississippi)—Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 1999-2000. Carlisle, Chris (Chadron State 1985)—Associate Head Strength & Conditioning Coach 1998-1999. Ciano, Eric (Springfield 1996)—Associate Strength & Conditioning Coach 2002-03. Coker, Ed (Tennessee)—Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 1986. Emery, Phil (Wayne State [Mich.])—Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 1987-90. Galbreath, Harry (Tennessee)—Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 2007-09. Gortmaker, Steve (Oklahoma 1998)— Associate Strength & Conditioning Coach, 2009-Present.

>> RADIO NETWORK ANNOUNCERS

Joyner, Jack—Sports Information Director 1938-41. Mann, Keith (Nebraska 1994)—Assistant Sports Information Director 2000. Manning, Charles A. (Gus) (Tennessee 1950)—Sports Information Director 1951-1960; Business Manager 196089; Senior Associate Athletic Director 1990-1996; Executive Assistant to the Athletic Director 1996-Present. Mattingly, Thomas J. (Tennessee 1970)—Assistant Sports Information Director 1987-89; Director of Special Publications 1990-2004. Muir, Jeff (Arkansas 1993)—Assistant Sports Information Director 1997-99; Associate Sports Information Director 2000-2003; Internet Communications Associate Director 2004-09. Musser, Tucker—Sports Information Director 1948-50. Nelson, Lindsey (Tennessee 1941)—Sports Information Director 1951. Painter, John (Tennessee 1988)—Associate Sports Information Director 2001-Present. Pinkerton, Craig (Kansas State 1994)—Assistant Sports Information Director 2000; Associate Sports Information Director 2001-08. Satkowiak, Tom (Tennessee 2002)—Assistant Sports Information Director 2005-08; Associate Sports Information Director 2009-Pres. Schriver, Rob—Editor, Tennessee Volunteers Magazine 197879. Stanton, Jimmy (Southwestern 1996)—Associate Athletic Director/Communications 2010-Pres. Smith, B. Gibson—Editor, Tennessee Volunteers Magazine 1980-87. Whitworth, Mark H. (Asbury 1984)—Assistant Sports Information Director 1985-88. Yellin, Jason (Stony Brook 1996)—Assistant Athletic Director/ Media Relations 2011-Pres.

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Hobby, Marion (Tennessee 1989)—Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 1998; Associate Strength & Conditioning Coach 2004. Hamilton, Dan (Ohio State 2002)—Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 2006-Present. Lehmann, Brian (Kansas State 2000)—Assistant Strenght & Conditioning Coach/Sports Nutritionist 2004-06. Lindsey, Robert (Oklahoma State 1987)—Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 1991-94. Long, Johnny (Southeastern Louisiana 1994)—Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 1996-99; Associate Head Strength & Conditioning Coach 1999-2002; Head Strength & Conditioning Coach 2002-08. McKeefery, Ron (Ottawa 1997)—Football Head Strength Coach 2011-Pres. Moffitt, Tom (Tennessee Tech 1986)—Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 1994-95; Associate Strength & Conditioning Coach 1996. Moore, Roderick (Morehouse 1997)—Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 2001-03; Associate Strength and Conditioning Coach 2004-2006. Ollison, Tony (Arkansas 1991)—Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 1996. Pauletto, Bruno (Central Michigan 1978)—Strength Coach 1981-93. Stewart, Chris (Western Carolina 1998)—Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 2001-2004; Associate Strength & Conditioning 2005-08. Stucky, John (Kansas State 1970)—Director of Athletic Fitness 1994-96; Assistant Athletic Director/Physical Development 1997-2001. Wills, Troy (East Tenn. St. 2003)—Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 2003-Pres. Wylie, Bennie (Sam Houston State 1999)—Football Head Strength Coach 2010.

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Barnhill, John H. (Tennessee 1928)—Freshman 1931-34, Line 1935-40; Head Coach 1941-45; Athletics Director 1941-45. Cronan, Joan (LSU 1966)—Interim Athletics Director 2011 Dickey, Doug (Florida 1954)—Head Coach 1964-69; Athletics Director 1986-July 2003. Hamilton, Mike (Clemson, 1985)—Athletics Director July 2003-June 2010. Neyland, Robert R. (Army 1916)—Backfield 1925; Head Coach 1926-34, 1936-40, 1946-52; Athletic Directors 1926—34, 1936-40, 1946-62. Parker, Paul B. (Army 1916)—Line 1926-34; Athletics Director 1935. Woodruff, Robert (Tennessee 1939)—Line 1939, 1941, 196162; Athletics Director 1963-85. Coach 1955-62, Wyatt, Bowden (Tennessee 1939)—Head ­ Acting Athletics Director March 1962-May 63.

Baker, Lenox (Tennessee 1929)—Trainer 1925-28. Barry, Billy (Carson Newman)—Assistant Trainer 1966-68 Bradshaw, Tom (Carson-Newman 1973)—Assistant Trainer 1975-76. Brashear, Dr. Robert (Tennessee 1928)—Trainer 1929-37; Team Physician, 1941-42, 46-47. Christofferson, John (Colorado 1994)—Assistant Trainer 19972000. Clements, Keith (Fresno State 1993)—Assistant Trainer 200001; Head Trainer 2002-05. Click, Moe (Tennessee 1983)—Assistant Trainer 1985-89; Associate Trainer 1992-96. Dean, John (San Diego State 2000)—Assistant Trainer and Director of Rehabilitation 2006-Present. Duncanson, Robb (Elmira College 1999)—Associate Trainer 2006-Present. Faulkner, Dr. Frank (Tennessee Hospital)—Trainer 1928. Forgey, J. M. (Dummy)—Assistant Trainer 1926-42. Hill, Elmer Ike—Trainer 1942-44. Iven, Dr, Val Gene (Oklahoma State 1985)—Team Physician 1994-2006 Kerin, Tim (Indiana [Pa.] 1969)—Trainer 1977-91. Klenck, Dr. Chris (Purdue 1995)—Team Physician 2007-Present. McVeigh, Jason (Tennessee 1996)—Director of Rehabilitation 1999-2005. Head Trainer 2006-Present. Mullins, Leroy (Eastern Kentucky)—Associate Trainer 1973-74. Newman, Chad (Tennessee 1994)—Assistant Trainer 1997-Present. O’Neill, Kevin (Pittsburgh 1976)—Assistant Trainer 1977-79. O’Brien, Mickey—Trainer 1938-41, 1945-72. Powell, Dr. Rex—Team Physician 1938-40. Rollo, Mike (Tennessee 1977)—Assistant Trainer 1978-1985; Associate Trainer 1986-1992; Trainer 1992-2000; Assistant Athletics Director/Sports Medicine 2001-02. Rubright, Dr. Robert (Indiana)—Team Physician 1970-93 Stansbury, Dwight (Oregon State 1983)—Assistant Trainer 1989-92. Wall, Tom (Tennessee 1969)—Assistant Trainer 1969-73; Trainer 1973-76. Whited, Jamie (Tennessee 1991)—Assistant Trainer 1993-96; Associate Trainer 1996-97. Wood, Jeff (Marshall 1984)—Assistant Trainer 2002-Present.

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>> TEAM TRAINERS/PHYSICIANS

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Sells, Jack (Tennessee 1985)—Tight Ends 1989-90. Shaw, Bill (Florida State 1972)—Defensive Line 1982-84. Shealy, Dal (Carson-Newman 1960)—Backfield 1976. Shira, Charlie— Assistant Freshman 1951 Sines, John (Purdue 1938)—Freshmen Ends 1953-58. Sirmon, Peter (Oregon 1999)—Linebackers 2011-Pres. Slade, Larry (Shepherd 1973)—Defensive Backs 1999-08. Smith, Chuck (Tennessee 1992)—Defensive Line 2010 Smith, Lovie (Tulsa 1979)—Defensive Backs 1993-94. Steele, Kevin (Tennessee 1979)—Defensive Ends 1982; Defensive Backs 1987. Stephens, Jimmy Ray (Florida, 1977)—Offensive Line 2002-05. Stewart, Clifton (Tennessee 1969)—Assistant Freshmen 197172; Assistant Junior Varsity 1973-74. Stiles, Wayne (Tennessee 1970)—Recruiter 1972-75. Sweatman, Mike (Kansas 1968)—Outside Linebackers 1983. Taylor, Trooper (Baylor 1992)— Running Backs 2004-05; Assistant Head Coach Player Development/Running Backs 2005; Wide Receivers 2006-07. Thompson, Lance (Citadel 1987) — Linebackers 2009-10; Defensive Line 2011-Pres. Trail, Ray (Arkansas 1963)—Offensive Line 1965-76. VanDerzee, Kevin (State University of New York at Cortland 2000)—Director of High School Relations 2008. Underwood, P.W. (Mississippi Southern 1957)—Linebackers 1967-68. Warmath, Murray (Tennessee 1935)—Ends 1935; Line 193639, 1946-48. Warren, Dewey (Tennessee 1968)—Assistant Freshmen 197071. Warwick, Bruce (Columbia College 1989)—Assistant A.D. Football Operations 2007-08. Washington, Pat (Auburn 1986)—Wide Receivers 1995-2005. West, Hodges (Burr) (Tennessee 1941)—Line 1948-54. West, Tommy (Tennessee 1975)—Running Backs 1990. White, W.C. (Tennessee 1922)—Line 1945. Wilcox, Justin (Oregon 1999)—Defensive Coordinator 2010Pres. Wilson, Frank (Nicholls State 1997) — Wide Receivers 2009. Woodruff, Robert (Tennessee 1939)—Line 1939, 1941, 196162; Athletics Director 1963-85. Wright, Jim (Texas A&M 1958)—Offensive Backs 1970-73. Wyant, Gary (Wichita State 1963)—Defensive Backs 1971-75; Assistant Athletics Director/Football Operations 1994-96; Associate Athletics Director/Football Operations 1997-98; Senior Associate Athletics Director 1998-Present. Zook, Ron (Miami [Ohio] 1976)—Defensive Backs 1984-86.


VOLMANAC Dr. Jimmy Cheek UT Knoxville Chancellor Dr. Jimmy G. Cheek became the seventh chancellor of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, on Feb. 1, 2009. Through his leadership, the campus is focused on improving the student’s educational experience, enhancing faculty research and scholarship as well as outreach and service. A first-generation college student, Dr. Cheek has set in motion several initiatives to broaden UT Knoxville’s diversity and student access to the university. As the state’s flagship research campus, UT Knoxville is currently ranked as a Top 50 public institution. In early 2010, the campus launched its quest to become one of the Top 25 research universities in the nation. Dr. Cheek chairs the Board of the International Fertilizer Development Center Advisory Committee, a new global research effort to develop and commercialize clean, environmentally sustainable, cost-effective and renewable fertilizers for the developing world. He is on the Presidential Advisory Committee on Energy for the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities. He is also a member of the 2011 Leadership

Knoxville class and serves on the UT-Battelle Board of Governors, the UT Health Sciences Center Board of Directors, the Tennessee Higher Education Commission Master Plan Steering Committee and the UT Athletics Board of Directors. Prior to his UT appointment, Dr. Cheek was a member of the faculty and an administrator at the University of Florida for 34 years, last serving as senior vice president of agricultural and natural resources. While at Florida, he received the President’s Medallion and Student Body Resolution 2009-104 for dedicated and loyal service to the university and outstanding service to students, respectively, and the Morton Wolfson Faculty Award for outstanding contributions to the quality of student life. He was named to the Academy of Teaching Excellence in 2008, a Fellow of the American Association for Agricultural Education in 2005, and a Fellow of the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture in 1998. His research has focused on the influence of experiential learning on student achievement and educational accountability. He has authored more than 80 journal articles and reports and is the senior author of a book. Dr. Cheek earned his bachelor’s degree with high honors and his doctorate from Texas A&M University. He received his master’s degree from Lamar University. A native of Texas, he is married to Ileen, and they have two children and two grandchildren.

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Individual Accomplishments 2011 Elected as Emeritus Member of US Sports Academy Board of Trustees 2010 Member of NCAA Division I Leadership Council 2009 Awarded Women of Achievement: “Women Who Make a Difference” by International Women’s Forum 2008-09 NACDA President 2008 Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame Inductee 2007-08 NACWAA President 2005 NACWAA Athletic Director of the Year 2004 NACDA Southeast Region Athletic Director of the Year 2003 FCA Hall of Champions Inductee 1998 Knoxville Sports Hall of Fame Administrator of the Year 1995 NACWAA Regional Athletic Director of the Year LSU’s Alumni Hall of Distinction Inductee 1994 Toastmaster’s International Communication and Leadership Award Recipient AOPi Citizen of the Year Award 1990 College of Charleston Hall of Fame Inductee 1987 WBCA Leadership Award Recipient 1980 Directed No. 1 Women’s athletics program in country as voted by AWSF

cil, as well as the NCAA’s Council, and is a member of the NCAA Leadership Committee. She also has been a member of the Southeastern Conference Executive Committee. As a former coach, Cronan served a two-year stint at Tennessee from 1968 to 1970. In 1969, she led the women’s basketball team to an alternate berth in the first-ever National Invitational Collegiate Basketball Tournament. While at Charleston, she continued her success, not only as a basketball coach but in tennis as well. In 1981, she gave up coaching to devote her full-time attention to her duties as teacher and athletics director. A graduate of LSU, Cronan earned her B.S. in 1966 and her M.S. in 1968, both in physical education. She was a fall 1995 inductee into LSU’s Alumni Hall of Distinction. Currently an avid golfer and tennis player, Cronan was ranked as high as second in the South in doubles and is a former state and Southern doubles champion. Cronan makes her home in Gettysvue. She and her late husband Tom, who passed away on Aug. 18, 2006, after a valiant battle with pancreatic cancer, have two daughters; Kristi (Mrs. Rhett Benner) and Stacey (Mrs. Kent Bristow), both 1994 graduates of UT; three grandsons, Chase Thomas and Reed Kent Bristow, and Quinn Leighton Benner; and two granddaughters, Reese Lauren Benner and Larkin Ann Bristow.

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Team Highlights 10 NCAA Titles 46 Top-Five NCAA Finishes 80 Top-10 NCAA Finishes 29 SEC Regular-Season Crowns 24 SEC Tournament Championships

the No. 1 women’s athletics program in the country in 1980 by the American Women’s Sports Foundation. Closer to home, Cronan is a past president of the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame, is active on the boards of First Tennessee Bank and the YMCA, and has served as vice chair of the Leadership Knoxville board. She also works closely with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Athletes in Action, having served as a board member for the local FCA chapter and as a national trustee. In 2003, Cronan was inducted into the FCA Hall of Champions. Additionally, she finds time to be a deacon at Central Baptist Church-Bearden. In 1998, Cronan’s work earned her accord from the Knoxville Sports Hall of Fame, as she was named its Administrator of the Year. Other honors include chairing the 1991 Knoxville area United Way Fund Drive, serving as president of the Executive Women’s Association, receiving the 1994 Toastmaster’s International Communication and Leadership Award and earning the 1994 AOPi Citizen of the Year Award. In March of 1987, the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association honored her hard work, dedication and success by presenting her with its leadership award. She also won the 1995 regional award for the National Association of Collegiate Women’s Athletic Administrators. Cronan has served on the NCAA’s Executive Committee, Championship Cabinet, Management Coun-

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Overall Cumulative Record (28 yrs.) 8,162-3,678-72 (.688)

Triumphant collegiate programs are able to distinguish themselves from their counterparts because of superiority on the field of competition and within the classroom. The integrity and proactive guidance of the person at the helm is what has provided the edge to the University of Tennessee women’s athletics department for almost three decades. So it comes as no surprise that UT Chancellor Dr. Jimmy Cheek named Women’s Athletics Director Joan Cronan as the interim Vice-Chancellor/Director of Athletics on June 9, 2011. Under the vision and direction of Cronan, a heavilyrequested speaker on leadership and motivation on the national and local levels, the University of Tennessee Lady Vols have garnered a reputation as one of the most visible and respected programs throughout the nation. UT’s success in both the athletic and academic realms speaks volumes to her decision-making and leadership ability, as demonstrated by her appointment to the 2010 NCAA Division I Leadership Council and selected by her peers as the president of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) in 2008-09. Cronan is also a former president of the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA). Both organizations have also honored Cronan as well. She was selected by NACWAA to receive their 2005 Athletic Director of the Year award. In 2004, Cronan was honored by NACDA with their Southeast Region Athletic Director of the Year award. In 2009, Cronan was presented with the Women of Achievement Award: “Women Who Make a Difference” by the International Women’s Forum and in 2011, the United States Sports Academy elected her as an Emeritus Member of its Board of Trustees. Having completed her 28th year at Tennessee in 2010-11, Cronan’s continued admiration by her peers and the community is well deserved because of her efforts in facilitating the operation of a first-class program, which has finished in the top two in the Southeastern Conference Women’s All-Sports Award from The New York Times Regional Newspaper Group for six of the past seven years, including three first-place finishes. In three of the past six years, all 11 Lady Vol teams participated in postseason play. The UT women’s athletics department achieved a seventh place finish in the 2007 Director’s Cup -- Tennessee’s highest finish ever. She strives not only to keep UT as one of the premier women’s athletics departments in the nation but also to improve women’s athletics on a local, regional and national level. Cronan joined UT from the College of Charleston in South Carolina, where she served as the athletics director for 10 years and was later inducted into that institution’s hall of fame. Under Cronan, the school was selected as

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David Blackburn

Chris Fuller

Mark Ingram

Bill Myers

Desiree ReedFrancois

Joe Arnone

Associate AD Ticket Operations

Brad Bertani

Senior Associate AD Women's Athletics

Jenny Moshak

Jimmy Stanton

Carmen Tegano

Doug Kose

Jason Yellin

Donna Thomas

Senior Assoc. AD Administration

Senior Assoc. AD External Operations

Senior Associate AD Development

Senior Associate AD Business Operations/ CFO

Senior Associate AD Strategic Initiatives

Harris D. (Bud) Ford

Greg Hulen

Debby Jennings

Tyler Johnson

Jason McVeigh Associate AD Director of Sports Medicine

Associate AD Sports Medicine Women's Basketball

Todd Dooley

David Elliott

Condredge Holloway

Associate AD Media Relations

Dara Worrell Assoc.iateAD Development

Assoc. AD Development

Angie Boyd-Keck Asst. AD-Business/ Internal Affairs

Associate AD Media Relations Women’s Basketball

Scott Carter Assistant AD Development

Bob Kesling Director Broadcasting

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Assistant AD Compliance

Assistant AD Event Management

Asst. AD - Student Athlete Relations/ Letterman

Associate AD Communications

Assistant AD Sales & Marketing

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Associate AD Administration

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SENIOR STAFF & MEDIA SERVICES XXX  Credential Requests: To obtain season or single-

game credentials, please apply online by visiting secsportsmedia.com and click on the Credentials link.

 Weekly Media Conferences: Coach Derek Dooley’s

 Press Will Call is at Gate 21 on the northwest side beginning two hours before game time.  Pregame media meal is served on Press Box fifth level and in the Stokely Family Media Center at field level.  Press box media access is through Gate 15. Field access is through Gates 21A and 25.  Press parking is in parking garage G-10 at the southwest end of the stadium.

 From Airport: Turn toward Knoxville onto Alcoa Hwy. (U.S. Hwy. 129 North). After crossing Tennessee River bridge, exit right and then turn left onto Neyland Drive.  From I-40 East: Follow I-40 to James White Parkway. Follow to Neyland Drive. (G-10 Garage can be entered off Neyland Drive.)  From I-40 West: Follow I-40 to James White Parkway. Follow to Neyland Drive.  From I-75 South: Follow I-75 to I-275. Follow I-275 to I-40. Take I-40 East to James White Parkway and follow to Neyland Drive. (G-10 Garage can be entered off Neyland Drive.)  At Neyland Drive: Follow to Thompson-Boling Arena. Turn onto Lake Loudoun Boulevard. Turn right aty first light onto Phillip Fulmer Way. G-10 garage is on right after passing arena.

The Southeastern Conference’s Eastern and Western Division winners will meet in Atlanta’s Georgia Dome (capacity 71,500) to battle for the league championship and the right to represent the conference in the Bowl Championship Series. The 19th annual title game is set for Dec. 1 and will be nationally televised by CBS Sports (4 p.m. Eastern). The game is a result of conference expansion, which saw Arkansas and South Carolina become the first members added in SEC history. The participants of the game are determined each year during the eight-game regular-season conference schedule as the teams with the best overall SEC winning percentage in each division.

FB Contact: Charles Bloom Cameron Harris Asst. Director - Media Relations Office: (865) 974-8876 Cell: (817) 408-7604 E-mail: charri48@utk.edu

Andrew Lentz Graduate Assistant Office: (865) 974-2743 Cell: (317) 403-0531 E-mail: alentz1@utk.edu

Associate ADs - Media Relations: Bud Ford, Debby Jennings Associate SIDs: John Painter,Tom Satkowiak, Eric Trainer Assistant SID: Brian Davis Publications Director: Amanda Pruitt Graduate Assistants: Mary-Carter Kniffen, Todd Mounce, Drew Rutherford, Megan Spedden Administrative Assistant: Susie Treis

 Tennessee Media Relations Dept.

Room 255, Stokely Athletics Center Phone: (865) 974-1212  Fax: (865) 974-1269 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 15016 Knoxville, TN 37901 Shipping Address: 1720 Volunteer Boulevard, Knoxville, TN 37996

Office: (205) 458-3000 E-mail: cbloom@sec.org Associate MRD: Craig Pinkerton (cpinkerton@sec.org) Associate MRD: Tammy Wilson (twilson@sec.org) Associate MRD: Chuck Dunlap (cdunlap@sec.org) Associate MRD: Ayanna Wakefield (awakefield@sec.org) Website: secsports.com Overnight Address: 2201 Richard Arrington Blvd North; Birmingham, AL 35203-1103  Teleconference: The 12 SEC head football coaches will be featured twice a week on a teleconference from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. (Eastern) during the 2011 league season. The teleconference will be held each Wednesday beginning Wed., Aug. 31 through Wed., Nov. 23. Media representatives should contact the SEC Media Relations Department (205) 458-3000 for the confidential phone number. Each coach will appear on the telecon­ ference for seven minutes, according to the following schedule:

11:00 a.m. ET 11:10 a.m. 11:20 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 11:40 a.m. 11:50 a.m. 12:00 a.m. 12:10 a.m. 12:20 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 12:40 p.m. 12:50 p.m.

Les Miles, LSU Steve Spurrier, South Carolina Will Muschamp, Florida James Franklin, Vanderbilt Derek Dooley, Tennessee Nick Saban, Alabama Bobby Petrino, Arkansas Houston Nutt, Mississippi Mark Richt, Georgia Dan Mullen, Mississippi State Gene Chizik, Auburn Joker Phillips, Kentucky

 Internet Site: The SEC’s website (www.secsports. com) contains up-to-date standings, statistics, game previews, notes and other information valuable to those following SEC football.

 The Basics

Day: Dec. 1 Time: 4 p.m. ET Location: Georgia Dome in Atlanta TV: CBS

 General Information

>> 2011-12 SEC Bowl Schedule

Franklin Mortgage Music City Bowl AutoZone Liberty Bowl Gator Bowl Capital One Bowl Outback Bowl Allstate Sugar Bowl AT&T Cotton Bowl BBVA Compass Bowl

Dec. 30 Dec. 31 Jan. 2 Jan. 2 Jan. 2 Jan. 3 Jan. 6 TBA

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>> Directions to Neyland Stadium

 Media Relations Office

>> SEC Championship Game

>> 2011-12 BCS Bowl Schedule

Rose Bowl Allstate Sugar Bowl Orange Bowl Tostitos Fiesta Bowl BCS National Championship Game

HONORS & records

>> Neyland Game Day Information

Jason Yellin Assistant AD - Media Relations Office: (865) 974-9494 Cell: (865) 314-0273 E-mail: jyellin@utk.edu

 SEC Player of the Week: The SEC will name a Player of the Week throughout the 2010 season beginning in August. Nominations for the award are made by the league’s Sports Information contacts and the honorees are s­ elected by the SEC.

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 Player Media Teleconferences: A Wednesday teleconference will be conducted time featuring selected players per the requests of media representatives through the media relations office. Times are to be determined.

Jimmy Stanton Associate AD - Communications Office: (865) 974-4167 Cell: (865) 306-2052 E-mail: jimmystanton@utk.edu

 Media Relations Staff: For information on services provided by the SEC, call (205) 458-3000, or write to 2201 Richard Arrington Boulevard North, Birmingham, AL 35203. Staff Members: Charles Bloom (Assoc. Commissioner), Tammy Wilson (Assoc. Director), Craig Pinkerton (Assoc. Director/ Basketball Contact), Chuck Dunlap (Associate Director), Charles Bloom Ayanna Wakefield (Assistant Director).

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 Head Coach Media Teleconferences: Coach Derek Dooley will be available to media representatives for a weekly teleconference call Sunday, with the time to be determined. For further updates, call the Tennessee Sports Information Office (865) 974-1212. Coach Dooley also is available Wednesdays at 11:40 a.m. Eastern time on the SEC coaches weekly teleconference. Media representatives needing further information should contact the SEC Media Relations Office at (205) 458-3000.

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press conferences are held Mondays of game week inside the Media Center in Neyland Stadium. The conferences start at noon Eastern time. Lunch is served as part of the media conferences. Player interviews, upon request, are held from 11:00 a.m. to Noon and 12:30 to 1, with Coach Dooley appearing from Noon to 12:30.

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MEDIA RELATIONS & VOL NETWORK

Don’t Miss a Second of the 2011 Action with the Vol Network For more than 60 years, the Vol Network has served as the main communications link between University of Tennessee athletics and its fans. Since 1989 Host Communications operated the Vol Network and managed the media and marketing rights for University of Tennessee athletics. In 2007 Host Communications became IMG College, a divison of IMG. IMG is recognized as the world’s premier sports, entertainment and media company.

>> derek dooley tv show  Air Times/Market

Market Station Day/Time Asheville, N.C. WMYA Sun., 12:30 p.m. ET Chattanooga WTVC Sun., Noon ET Greenville, S.C. WMYA Sun., 12:30 p.m. ET Jackson E+TV6 Wed., 5 p.m. CT Knoxville MyVLT2 Sun., 9 a.m. ET WVLT Sun., 11 a.m. ET MyVLT2 Sun., 9 p.m. ET MyVLT2 Tues., 10 p.m. ET Memphis WMC Sun., 11:00 a.m. CT Nashville WZTV Sun., 10 a.m. CT WUXP Sun., 7 p.m. CT Spartanburg, S.C. WMYA Sun., 12:30 p.m. ET Tri-Cities WJHL Sun., 11 a.m. ET Southeast SportSouth Sun., Noon ET

Vol Network Broadcast Team

Entering his 13th season, Bob Kesling is the play-by-play voice of Tennessee football on radio and the host of “Vol Calls” and “The Derek Dooley TV Show.” Former All-SEC defensive back Tim Priest serves as the Network’s color analyst, and former Vol quarterback Andy Kellu returns for his second season as sideline reporter. Studio host John Wilkerson hosts the popular “Kickoff Call-In Show” beginning 90 minutes before each game. Brent Hubbs and a team of Vol Network veterans contribute to the six-and-one-half hour network football broadcast.

Vol Calls

The Vol Network’s weekly prime time

2011 air times

Note: Affiliates and time clearances are subject to change. Check local listings.

call-in show “Vol Calls” featuring Coach Derek Dooley airs statewide every Wednesday night from 8-9 p.m. ET/7-8 p.m. CT. The show originates live from the Texas Roadhouse across from West Town Mall.

The show originates live from Dead End BBQ on Su