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 QUICK FACTS The Basics

Location (Founded): Knoxville, Tenn. (1794) Conference: Southeastern Enrollment: 27,523 Colors: Orange & White Nickname: Volunteers Mascot: Smokey IX Band: Pride of the Southland President: Dr. Joe DiPietro Chancellor: Dr. Jimmy G. Cheek Faculty Representative: Dr. Donald Bruce Vice Chancellor/Dir. of Athletics: Dave Hart Athletic Dept. Phone: 865-974-1220

FacILITY INFORMATION

Facility (Opened): Neyland Stadium (1921) Capacity: 102,455 (Third-largest in CFB) Surface: Tifway 419 Bermuda Hybrid Grass Record at Neyland Stadium: 441-115-17 (.784)

History

WELCOME TO

2013 Site Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Eugene, Ore. Gainesville, Fla. Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Columbia, Mo. Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Lexington, Ky.

Team Information

2012 Overall Record: 5-7 Home / Away / Neutral: 4-3 / 0-4 / 1-0 SEC Record: 1-7 SEC Finish: 6th East Home / Away: 1-3 / 0-4 Positional Starters Returning/Lost: 16/9 Offense: 5/6 Defense: 8/3 ST: 3/0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 45/17

COACHING Staff

 2013 SCHEDULE Date Opponent 8/31 Austin Peay 9/7 Western Kentucky 9/14 at Oregon 9/21 at Florida * 9/28 South Alabama 10/5 Georgia * 10/19 South Carolina * 10/26 at Alabama * 11/2 at Missouri * 11/9 Auburn * 11/23 Vanderbilt * 11/30 at Kentucky *

First Year of Football: 1891 All-Time Overall Record: 799-354-53 (.684) All-Time SEC Record: 320-181-19 (.634) SEC Championships: 13 (1998, 1997, 1990, 1989, 1985, 1969, 1967, 1956, 1951, 1946, 1940, 1939, 1938) SEC Eastern Division Championships: 7 SEC Championship Games: 5 National Championships: 6 (1998, 1967, 1951, 1950, 1940, 1938) BCS Titles: 1 (1998)

Series First Meeting 1-0 UT 1-0 Oregon 23-19 Florida First Meeting 21-19-2 UT 22-7-2 UT 50-38-7 Bama 1-0 Mizzou 27-21-3 AU 73-28-5 UT 76-23-9 UT

Head Coach: Butch Jones Record at Tennessee: First Year Career Record: 50-27 (.649) Six years Assoc. Head Coach/Def. Line: Steve Stripling Offensive Coordinator: Mike Bajakian Defensive Coordinator: John Jancek Asst. Head Coach/Def. Backs: Willie Martinez Wide Receivers/Rec. Coord.: Zach Azzanni Tight Ends/Special Teams: Mark Elder Running Backs: Robert Gillespie Offensive Line: Don Mahoney Linebackers: Tommy Thigpen Strength & Conditioning: Dave Lawson Off. Graduate Assistant: Cody Kempt Off. Graduate Assistant: Anthony Parker Def. Graduate Assistant: Chase Gibson Def. Graduate Assistant: Larry Knight Off. Quality Control Asst.: Derrick Lett Def. Quality Control Asst.: Terry Fair Special Teams Quality Control Asst.: Greg Meyer

MEDIA RELATIONS

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TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL INFo

1 2013 Quick Facts 2 Table of Contents 3 Numerical Roster 5 Alphabetical Roster 7 Pronunciation Guide 7 Positional Breakdown 8 Returning/Lost 9 Geographical Breakdown 10 Spring Notebook 11 2013 Opponents

staff 16 18 18 19 20 20 21 22 22 23 23 24 24 25 29 31 35 35 36

Butch Jones Steve Stripling Mike Bajakian John Jancek Willie Martinez Zach Azzanni Mark Elder Robert Gillespie Don Mahoney Tommy Thigpen Dave Lawson Mike Vollmar Brad Pendergrass Football Operations Staff GAs/Quality Control Assts. Support Staff Dr. Jimmy Cheek Dr. Donald Bruce Dave Hart

2013 volunteers 39 39 39 40 41 41 41 42 43 43 44 44 45 45 45 46 46 47 47 48 49 49 50 50 51 51 52 53 54 54 55 55 56 56 56 2

Max Arnold Ryan Ault Joseph Ayres Cody Blanc Austin Bolen Drae Bowles A.J. Branisel Brent Brewer Derrick Brodus Malik Brown Alex Bullard George Bullock Kenny Bynum Michael Cantwell J.R. Carr Jason Carr Allan Carson Jacob Carter Gregory Clark Justin Coleman Tyler Coombes Maurice Couch Jason Croom Mack Crowder Raiques Crump Vincent Dallas Trevor Daniel Matt Darr Joshua Dobbs Brendan Downs Tyler Drummer Alex Ellis Riley Ferguson Charles Folger Malik Foreman

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57 58 58 59 59 59 60 60 61 61 62 62 63 64 64 65 67 67 67 68 68 69 69 70 70 72 72 73 74 75 75 76 76 78 79 80 80 80 81 81 82 83 84 84 85 85 86 86 87 87 88 88 89 90 90 91 92

Channing Fugate Zach Fulton Matt Giampapa Jacob Gilliam Gregory Grieco Christian Harris Paul Harris Andrew Henry Charlie High Alden Hill Daniel Hood Pig Howard Marcus Jackson Ja’Wuan James Ryan Jenkins A.J. Johnson Johnathon Johnson Lemond Johnson Riyahd Jones Reggie Juin Brett Kendrick Kyler Kerbyson Greg King Justin King Marlin Lane LaTroy Lewis Curt Maggitt Daniel McCullers LaDarrell McNeil Justin Meredith Corey Miller Jaylen Miller Byron Moore Rajion Neal Marquez North Danny O’Brien Naz Oliver Geraldo Orta Tyler Page Marques Pair Michael Palardy Brett Parisi Nathan Peterman Alan Posey David Priddy John Propst Woody Quinn Brian Randolph Jalen Reeves-Maybin Antonio Richardson Austin Sanders Dontavis Sapp Trevarris Saulsberry John Simcox Jacques Smith Josh Smith Tom Smith

92 93 93 94 94 94 95 95 95 96 96 97 97 97 98 99 99 100 100 101

Joe Stocstill James Stone Deanthonie Summerhill Dakota Summers Cameron Sutton Devaun Swafford Justin Thomas Tino Thomas Nikolay Timoshchuk JaRon Toney Patrick Toole Corey Vereen Kendal Vickers Marlon Walls Dylan West Dylan Wiesman Jordan Williams Michael Williams Justin Worley Devrin Young

2012 REVIEW 104 105 113

Schedule and Results 2012 Final Stats 2012 Game Recaps

HISTORY

126 History of UT Football 132 Neyland Stadium History 136 Traditions 138 National Awards 140 First Team All-Americans Peyton Manning Scholarship 141 142 All-SEC 145 SEC Awards 146 Retired Numbers 147 All-Time Lettermen 160 Year-By-Year Records 162 Coaching Records 162 Program Milestones 163 Game-By-Game Results Series Records vs. Opponents 179 180 Overtime Records 181 Individual Records 184 Team Records 186 Passing Records 189 Rushing Records 193 Receiving Records 197 All-Purpose Records 198 Scoring Records 200 Punting Records 201 Punt Return Records 202 Kick Return Records 203 Defense Records 206 Vol Network 207 Vol Radio Network Affiliates 208 Media Information

credits

The 2013 Tennessee Football publication has been compiled from information originally presented on UTSports.com and previous UT Football Media Guides. Editors: Jimmy Stanton, Jason Yellin, Cameron Harris, Betsy Devine, MaryCarter Kniffen, Brian Bruce, Weller Ross, Ethan Starr and Whitney Haworth. Cover Design: Jonathan King The University of Tennessee is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ ADEA institution in the provision of its education and employment programs and services.


No. 1 1 2 3 3 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 10 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 18 19 19 20 21 21 22 22 23 24 25 25 26 27 28 29 29 30 30 31 33 34 34 35 36 36 37 38 38 39 39 40

Name Michael Palardy Paul Harris Pig Howard Byron Moore Tyler Drummer LaTroy Lewis Ryan Jenkins George Bullock Vincent Dallas Tyler Page Drae Bowles Michael Williams Marquez North Riley Ferguson Brett Parisi Joshua Dobbs Nathan Peterman Charlie High Justin Worley Marlin Lane Brent Brewer Jason Croom Joe Stocstill Devrin Young Tyler Coombes Rajion Neal Riyahd Jones David Priddy Malik Foreman Reggie Juin Cameron Sutton Deanthonie Summerhill Josh Smith Trevor Daniel Geraldo Orta Justin Coleman Lemond Johnson Tom Smith Devaun Swafford Alden Hill Max Arnold Tino Thomas LaDarrell McNeil Jalen Reeves-Maybin Patrick Toole JaRon Toney Naz Oliver Ryan Ault Brian Randolph Justin King Nikolay Timoschuk Michael Cantwell Kendal Vickers Raiques Crump

Pos. Ht. PK/P 5-11 WR 6-4 WR 5-8 DB 6-0 WR/H 6-1 DL 6-4 WR 5-11 PK 6-0 WR 5-11 QB 6-3 WR 6-0 DB 5-11 WR 6-4 QB 6-3 WR 6-2 QB 6-3 QB 6-2 QB 6-0 QB 6-4 RB 5-11 DB 6-1 WR 6-5 QB 6-2 WR 5-8 DB 6-0 RB 5-11 DB 6-0 DB 5-10 DB 5-10 RB 5-7 DB 6-1 RB 5-9 WR 6-1 P 6-2 DB 6-0 DB 5-10 DB 6-1 RB 5-11 DB 5-11 RB 6-2 DB 5-11 DB 6-0 DB 6-1 DB 6-1 PK 5-10 DB 5-10 DB 5-10 P/PK 5-11 DB 6-0 TE 6-2 LB 6-1 LB 5-11 DL 6-3 LB 6-1

Wt. 185 200 185 208 169 245 180 207 187 206 207 171 215 173 184 193 221 185 222 205 221 223 232 171 191 212 179 170 177 173 180 196 193 221 176 184 188 220 184 215 188 206 199 210 174 184 186 196 199 240 218 204 240 231

Cl. Sr. Fr. So. R-Sr. R-Sr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Jr. R-Jr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Jr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Jr. R-Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. R-Sr. Fr. R-Jr. Fr. Fr. R-So. Jr. Fr. R-So. Fr. R-Fr. R-So. R-Fr. So. Fr. R-So. R-Jr. R-Sr. R-Fr. R-So. So. R-Fr. R-So. Fr. Sr.

Exp 3L HS 1L 2L 1L. RS HS RS 2L TR RS HS HS HS SQ HS RS HS 2L 2L 3L RS RS 2L SQ 3L JC HS HS SQ HS SQ HS HS 1L 2L HS RS HS RS SQ RS 1L HS TR 1L SQ SQ 2L 1L RS SQ HS 3L

Hometown (High School/Previous School) Coral Springs, Fla./St. Thomas Aquinas Accokeek, Md./Fredrick Douglass Orlando, Fla./Edgewater Carson, Calif./Narbonne/Los Angeles Harbor [Calif.] CC Powell, Tenn./Powell/Univ. of the Cumberlands Akron, Ohio/Archbishop Hoban Marietta, Ga./Lassiter Knoxville, Tenn./West Ellenwood, Ga./Cedar Grove Candler, N.C./Asheville/Chattanooga Jackson, Tenn./Jackson Christian Laurel, Md./DeMatha Catholic Charlotte, N.C./Mallard Creek Matthews, N.C./Butler Knoxville, Tenn./Bearden Alpharetta, Ga./Alpharetta Fruit Cove, Fla./Bartram Trail Knoxville, Tenn./Christian Academy of Knoxville Rock Hill, S.C./Northwestern Daytona Beach, Fla./Mainland Tyrone, Ga./Sandy Creek Norcross, Ga./Norcross Lewisburg, Tenn./Cornersville Knoxville, Tenn./Bearden Lebanon, Tenn./Wilson Central Fayetteville, Ga./Sandy Creek Columbus, Ga./Carver/Georgia Southern/Garden City [Kan.] CC Hendersonville, Tenn./Hendersonville Kingsport, Tenn./Dobyns-Bennett Conyers, Ga./Heritage/Tusculum College Jonesboro, Ga./Jonesboro Tuscumbia, Ala./Deshler Knoxville, Tenn./Christian Academy of Knoxville Dickson, Tenn./Dickson County Valdosta, Ga./Lowndes Brunswick, Ga./Brunswick Cooper City, Fla./Cooper City Apopka, Fla./Apopka Kingsport, Tenn./Dobyns-Bennett Alliance, Ohio/Marlington McKenzie, Tenn./McKenzie Memphis, Tenn./Melrose Dallas, Texas/Wilmer-Hutchins Clarksville, Tenn./Northeast Walkill, N.Y./Walkill/Temple/Erie C.C. Alcoa, Tenn./Alcoa Jersey City, N.J./St. Peter’s Prep Brentwood, Tenn./Brentwood Academy Kennesaw, Ga./Kell Dunwoody, Ga./Dunwoody Chattanooga, Tenn./Chattanooga Central Morristown, Tenn./Morristown-Hamblen West Havelock, N.C./Havelock Adamsville, Ala./Minor

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GENERAL 40 41 42 42 43 43 44 45 45 46 47 48 50 51 52 53 53 54 55 56 57 57 58 59 59 60 63 64 65 66 67 69 70 71 72 74 75 76 77 78 80 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 93 94 95 96 97 98 4

Alex Ellis Dontavis Sapp Derrick Brodus Charles Folger Matt Darr Dakota Summers Maurice Couch A.J. Johnson Austin Bolen Channing Fugate John Propst Greg King Corey Vereen Kenny Bynum Christian Harris J.R. Carr Justin Thomas Jordan Williams Jacques Smith Curt Maggitt Mack Crowder Andrew Henry Marlon Walls Gregory Grieco Matt Giampapa Austin Sanders Brett Kendrick James Stone Jacob Gilliam Marques Pair Alan Posey Allan Carson Ja’Wuan James Dylan Wiesman Zach Fulton Antonio Richardson Marcus Jackson John Simcox Kyler Kerbyson Alex Bullard Corey Miller Dylan West Johnathon Johnson Justin Meredith Cody Blanc Woody Quinn Brendan Downs A.J. Branisel Jacob Carter Joseph Ayres Jaylen Miller Malik Brown Gregory Clark Jason Carr Danny O’Brien Trevarris Saulsberry Daniel Hood Daniel McCullers

TE LB PK/P DL P TE DL LB RB LB LB LB DL LB LB LS LB DL DL LB OL LS DL LB LS OL OL OL OL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL DL WR WR TE WR TE TE TE WR TE DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL

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

240 227 188 251 220 230 304 243 218 256 219 247 248 247 240 215 228 260 243 239 280 212 272 218 229 310 305 291 287 329 307 326 318 308 323 327 307 295 306 302 265 183 176 235 205 253 248 235 190 254 240 251 327 285 287 291 277 351

R-So. Sr. R-Jr. R-Fr. R-Jr. R-Jr. R-Sr. Jr. R-Sr. Sr. Sr. R-Sr. Fr. R-Fr. R-So. R-Sr. R-Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. R-So. R-So. R-Sr. R-Jr. R-So. Fr. Fr. Sr. R-Jr. R-Jr. R-So. R-So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. R-Fr. R-So. R-Sr. Sr. R-Jr. So. R-Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. R-Jr. R-Sr. Fr. Fr. R-Jr. Fr. R-Fr. R-So. R-Sr. Sr.

SQ 3L 1L RS 2L SQ 2L 2L SQ 3L 3L 1L HS RS 1L 1L RS 2L 3L 2L SQ SQ 3L SQ RS HS HS 3L SQ SQ SQ RS 3L HS 3L 2L 2L SQ 1L 2L 3L SQ TR RS 1L TR 2L HS 1L SQ HS HS SQ HS RS 1L 2L 1L

Delmar, Del./Delmar Valdosta, Ga./Valdosta Maryville, Tenn./Alcoa Augusta, Ga./Lincoln County Bakersfield, Calif./Frontier Camden, Tenn./Central Orlando, Fla./Edgewater/Garden City [Kan.] CC Gainesville, Ga./Gainesville Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut Jackson, Ky./Breathitt County Hoover, Ala./Hoover Memphis, Tenn./Melrose Winter Garden, Fla./West Orange Jacksonville, Fla./Raines Woodstock, Ga./Etowah Lomita, Calif./South Torrance Richmond, Va./Central Virginia Home School Gainesville, Fla./Gainesville Ooltewah, Tenn./Ooltewah West Palm Beach, Fla./Dwyer Bristol, Tenn./Tennessee HS Gallatin, Tenn./Station Camp Olive Branch, Miss./Olive Branch/Hargrave [Va.] Mil. Acad. Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut Jackson, Tenn./Univ. of Jackson School/Michigan St. Cleveland, Tenn./Bradley Central Knoxville, Tenn./Christian Academy of Knoxville Nashville, Tenn./Maplewood Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut Sumter, S.C./Sumter Smithonia, Ga./Clarke Central Oxford, Ala./Oxford Suwanee, Ga./North Gwinnett Cincinnati, Ohio/Colerain Homewood, Ill./Homewood-Flossmoor Nashville, Tenn./Pearl-Cohn Vero Beach, Fla./Vero Beach Kingsport, Tenn./Sullivan Central Knoxville, Tenn./Knoxville Catholic Franklin, Tenn./Brentwood Academy/Notre Dame Wellford, S.C./Byrnes Oneida, Tenn./Oneida Friendswood, Texas/Friendswood/Blinn Anderson, S.C./T.L. Hanna Knoxville, Tenn./Central Dana Point, Calif./St. Margaret’s /Pepperdine/Santa Ana College Bristol, Tenn./Tennessee HS South Euclid, Ohio/Notre Dame Cathedral Latin School Nashville, Tenn./Ensworth Knoxville, Tenn./Chattanooga McCallie Gaffney, S.C./Gaffney Palm Beach, Fla./Dwyer Warner Robins, Ga./Northside Memphis, Tenn./White Station Flint, Mich./Powers Catholic Gainesville, Fla./Gainesville Knoxville, Tenn./Knoxville Catholic Raleigh, N.C./SE Raleigh/Georgia Military College


No. 30 36 88 83 45 7 86 17 42 90 78 5 51 39 53 94 69 87 93 27 19 44 18 57 40 6 25 43 11 85 3 40 10 42 22 46 72 59 65 59 52 1 57 13 30 97 2 75 70 5 45 81 28 21 22

Name Max Arnold Ryan Ault Joseph Ayres Cody Blanc Austin Bolen Drae Bowles A.J. Branisel Brent Brewer Derrick Brodus Malik Brown Alex Bullard George Bullock Kenny Bynum Michael Cantwell J.R. Carr Jason Carr Allan Carson Jacob Carter Gregory Clark Justin Coleman Tyler Coombes Maurice Couch Jason Croom Mack Crowder Raiques Crump Vincent Dallas Trevor Daniel Matt Darr Joshua Dobbs Brendan Downs Tyler Drummer Alex Ellis Riley Ferguson Charles Folger Malik Foreman Channing Fugate Zach Fulton Matt Giampapa Jacob Gilliam Gregory Grieco Christian Harris Paul Harris Andrew Henry Charlie High Alden Hill Daniel Hood Pig Howard Marcus Jackson Ja’Wuan James Ryan Jenkins A.J. Johnson Johnathon Johnson Lemond Johnson Riyahd Jones Reggie Juin

Pos. Ht. DB 5-11 P/PK 5-11 TE 6-3 WR 6-3 RB 5-11 WR 6-0 TE 6-4 DB 6-1 PK/P 5-11 DL 6-4 OL 6-2 PK 6-0 LB 6-1 LB 5-11 LS 5-10 DL 6-5 DL 6-1 WR 6-0 DL 6-2 DB 5-10 DB 6-0 DL 6-2 WR 6-5 OL 6-2 LB 6-1 WR 5-11 P 6-2 P 6-1 QB 6-3 TE 6-5 WR/H 6-1 TE 6-4 QB 6-3 DL 6-4 DB 5-10 LB 6-1 OL 6-5 LS 6-0 OL 6-4 LB 5-10 LB 6-1 WR 6-4 LS 6-2 QB 6-0 RB 6-2 DL 6-4 WR 5-8 OL 6-2 OL 6-6 WR 5-11 LB 6-2 WR 5-9 DB 6-1 DB 6-0 RB 5-7

Wt. 188 196 254 205 218 207 235 221 188 251 302 207 247 204 215 285 326 190 327 184 191 304 223 280 231 187 221 220 193 248 169 240 173 251 177 256 323 229 287 218 240 200 212 185 215 277 185 307 318 180 243 176 188 179 173

Cl. R-So. R-Fr. R-Sr. So. R-Sr. R-Fr. Fr. Sr. R-Jr. Fr. R-Sr. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-So. R-Sr. Fr. R-So. R-Jr. R-Jr. Jr. R-Jr. R-Sr. R-Fr. R-So. Sr. Jr. Fr. R-Jr. Fr. Jr. R-Sr. R-So. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. R-So. R-Jr. R-Jr. R-So. Fr. R-So. Fr. R-Fr. R-Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. R-Sr.

Exp SQ SQ SQ 1L SQ RS HS 3L 1L HS 2L RS RS SQ 1L HS RS 1L SQ 2L SQ 2L RS SQ 3L 2L HS 2L HS 2L 1L. SQ HS RS HS 3L 3L RS SQ SQ 1L HS SQ HS RS 2L 1L 2L 3L HS 2L TR HS JC SQ

Hometown (High School/Previous School) McKenzie, Tenn./McKenzie Brentwood, Tenn./Brentwood Academy Knoxville, Tenn./Chattanooga McCallie Knoxville, Tenn./Central Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut Jackson, Tenn./Jackson Christian South Euclid, Ohio/Notre Dame Cathedral Latin School Tyrone, Ga./Sandy Creek Maryville, Tenn./Alcoa Palm Beach, Fla./Dwyer Franklin, Tenn./Brentwood Academy/Notre Dame Knoxville, Tenn./West Jacksonville, Fla./Raines Morristown, Tenn./Morristown-Hamblen West Lomita, Calif./South Torrance Memphis, Tenn./White Station Oxford, Ala./Oxford Nashville, Tenn./Ensworth Warner Robins, Ga./Northside Brunswick, Ga./Brunswick Lebanon, Tenn./Wilson Central Orlando, Fla./Edgewater/Garden City [Kan.] CC Norcross, Ga./Norcross Bristol, Tenn./Tennessee HS Adamsville, Ala./Minor Ellenwood, Ga./Cedar Grove Dickson, Tenn./Dickson County Bakersfield, Calif./Frontier Alpharetta, Ga./Alpharetta Bristol, Tenn./Tennessee HS Powell, Tenn./Powell/Univ. of the Cumberlands Delmar, Del./Delmar Matthews, N.C./Butler Augusta, Ga./Lincoln County Kingsport, Tenn./Dobyns-Bennett Jackson, Ky./Breathitt County Homewood, Ill./Homewood-Flossmoor Jackson, Tenn./Univ. of Jackson School/Michigan St. Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut Woodstock, Ga./Etowah Accokeek, Md./Fredrick Douglass Gallatin, Tenn./Station Camp Knoxville, Tenn./Christian Academy of Knoxville Alliance, Ohio/Marlington Knoxville, Tenn./Knoxville Catholic Orlando, Fla./Edgewater Vero Beach, Fla./Vero Beach Suwanee, Ga./North Gwinnett Marietta, Ga./Lassiter Gainesville, Ga./Gainesville Friendswood, Texas/Friendswood/Blinn Cooper City, Fla./Cooper City Columbus, Ga./Carver/Georgia Southern/Garden City [Kan.] CC Conyers, Ga./Heritage/Tusculum College

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GENERAL 63 77 48 38 15 4 56 98 33 82 80 89 3 20 8 95 36 26 6 66 1 10 12 67 21 47 84 37 34 74 60 41 96 76 55 25 29 18 64 24 43 23 29 53 31 38 35 34 50 39 58 80 71 54 7 14 19

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Brett Kendrick Kyler Kerbyson Greg King Justin King Marlin Lane LaTroy Lewis Curt Maggitt Daniel McCullers LaDarrell McNeil Justin Meredith Corey Miller Jaylen Miller Byron Moore Rajion Neal Marquez North Danny O’Brien Naz Oliver Geraldo Orta Tyler Page Marques Pair Michael Palardy Brett Parisi Nathan Peterman Alan Posey David Priddy John Propst Woody Quinn Brian Randolph Jalen Reeves-Maybin Antonio Richardson Austin Sanders Dontavis Sapp Trevarris Saulsberry John Simcox Jacques Smith Josh Smith Tom Smith Joe Stocstill James Stone Deanthonie Summerhill Dakota Summers Cameron Sutton Devaun Swafford Justin Thomas Tino Thomas Nikolay Timoschuk JaRon Toney Patrick Toole Corey Vereen Kendal Vickers Marlon Walls Dylan West Dylan Wiesman Jordan Williams Michael Williams Justin Worley Devrin Young

OL OL LB TE RB DL LB DL DB TE DL DL DB RB WR DL DB DB QB OL PK/P WR QB OL DB LB TE DB DB OL OL LB DL OL DL WR RB LB OL RB TE DB DB LB DB LB DB PK DL DL DL WR OL DL DB QB WR

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

305 306 247 240 205 245 239 351 199 235 265 240 208 212 215 287 186 176 206 329 185 184 221 307 170 219 253 199 210 327 310 227 291 295 243 193 220 232 291 196 230 180 184 228 206 218 184 174 248 240 272 183 308 260 171 222 171

Fr. R-So. R-Sr. So. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. Sr. So. R-Fr. Sr. Fr. R-Sr. Sr. Fr. R-Fr. R-Sr. R-So. R-Jr. R-Jr. Sr. R-Jr. R-Fr. R-So. Fr. Sr. Jr. R-So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. R-So. R-Fr. Sr. Fr. R-So. R-Fr. Sr. R-Jr. R-Jr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-Jr. R-So. Fr. Fr. R-Sr. R-Jr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. Jr.

HS 1L 1L 1L 2L RS 2L 1L 1L RS 3L HS 2L 3L HS RS SQ 1L TR SQ 3L SQ RS SQ HS 3L TR 2L HS 2L HS 3L 1L SQ 3L HS RS RS 3L SQ SQ HS HS RS RS RS 1L TR HS HS 3L SQ HS 2L HS 2L 2L

Knoxville, Tenn./Christian Academy of Knoxville Knoxville, Tenn./Knoxville Catholic Memphis, Tenn./Melrose Dunwoody, Ga./Dunwoody Daytona Beach, Fla./Mainland Akron, Ohio/Archbishop Hoban West Palm Beach, Fla./Dwyer Raleigh, N.C./SE Raleigh/Georgia Military College Dallas, Texas/Wilmer-Hutchins Anderson, S.C./T.L. Hanna Wellford, S.C./Byrnes Gaffney, S.C./Gaffney Carson, Calif./Narbonne/Los Angeles Harbor [Calif.] CC Fayetteville, Ga./Sandy Creek Charlotte, N.C./Mallard Creek Flint, Mich./Powers Catholic Jersey City, N.J./St. Peter’s Prep Valdosta, Ga./Lowndes Candler, N.C./Asheville/Chattanooga Sumter, S.C./Sumter Coral Springs, Fla./St. Thomas Aquinas Knoxville, Tenn./Bearden Fruit Cove, Fla./Bartram Trail Smithonia, Ga./Clarke Central Hendersonville, Tenn./Hendersonville Hoover, Ala./Hoover Dana Point, Calif./St. Margaret’s /Pepperdine/Santa Ana College Kennesaw, Ga./Kell Clarksville, Tenn./Northeast Nashville, Tenn./Pearl-Cohn Cleveland, Tenn./Bradley Central Valdosta, Ga./Valdosta Gainesville, Fla./Gainesville Kingsport, Tenn./Sullivan Central Ooltewah, Tenn./Ooltewah Knoxville, Tenn./Christian Academy of Knoxville Apopka, Fla./Apopka Lewisburg, Tenn./Cornersville Nashville, Tenn./Maplewood Tuscumbia, Ala./Deshler Camden, Tenn./Central Jonesboro, Ga./Jonesboro Kingsport, Tenn./Dobyns-Bennett Richmond, Va./Central Virginia Home School Memphis, Tenn./Melrose Chattanooga, Tenn./Chattanooga Central Alcoa, Tenn./Alcoa Walkill, N.Y./Walkill/Temple/Erie C.C. Winter Garden, Fla./West Orange Havelock, N.C./Havelock Olive Branch, Miss./Olive Branch/Hargrave [Va.] Mil. Acad. Oneida, Tenn./Oneida Cincinnati, Ohio/Colerain Gainesville, Fla./Gainesville Laurel, Md./DeMatha Catholic Rock Hill, S.C./Northwestern Knoxville, Tenn./Bearden


No. Name 56 Curt Maggitt 20 Rajion Neal 26 Geraldo Orta 66 Marques Pair 1 Michael Palardy 10 Brett Parisi 41 Dontavis Sapp

Pronunciation muh-JIT RAY-zhon JUH-raldo MAR-keese pah-LAR-dee pah-REE-see don-TAY-viss

No. Name Pronunciation 96 Trevarris Saulsberry trah-VAR-iss 55 Jacques Smith JOCK-kwez 38 Nikolay Timoshchuk tim-oh-SHUCK 71 Dylan Wiesman WISE-muhn OC Mike Bajakian DC John Jancek

buh-JAKE-ian jan-SICK

 POSITIONAL BREAKDOWN Quarterback Returning (2) Justin Worley Nathan Peterman

Jr. R-Fr.

2L RS

Additions (4) Tyler Page Riley Ferguson Joshua Dobbs Charlie High

R-Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr..

TR HS HS HS

Jr.

2L

Lettermen Lost (1) Tyler Bray

RUNNING BACK

Returning (7) Rajion Neal Sr. Marlin Lane Jr. Tom Smith R-So. Alden Hill R-Fr. Austin Bolen R-Sr. Reggie Juin R-Sr. Deanthonie Summerhill R-Jr.

3L 2L RS RS SQ SQ SQ

Lettermen Lost (2) Ben Bartholomew Quenshaun Watson

4L 1L

R-Sr. Fr.

Wide Receiver Returning (10) Vincent Dallas Tyler Drummer Jacob Carter Devrin Young Cody Blanc Pig Howard Drae Bowles Jason Croom Brett Parisi Dylan West

Jr. R-Sr. R-Jr. Jr. So. So. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-Jr. R-Jr.

2L 1L 1L 2L 1L 1L RS RS SQ SQ

Additions (5) Paul Harris Ryan Jenkins Johnathon Johnson Marquez North Josh Smith

Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr.

HS HS TR HS HS

Lettermen Lost (3) Zach Rogers Sr. Justin Hunter Jr. Cordarrelle Patterson Jr.

4L 3L 1L

Tight End

Returning (6) Brendan Downs Justin King Justin Meredith Joseph Ayres Dakota Summers Alex Ellis

Jr. So. R-Fr. R-Sr. R-Jr. R-So.

2L 1L RS SQ SQ SQ

Additions (2) A.J. Branisel Woody Quinn

Fr. Jr.

HS TR

Lettermen Lost (1) Mychal Rivera

R-Sr.

3L

Returning (12) Zach Fulton Ja’Wuan James James Stone Alex Bullard Marcus Jackson Antonio Richardson Kyler Kerbyson John Simcox Mack Crowder Jacob Gilliam Marques Pair Alan Posey

Sr. Sr. Sr. R-Sr. Jr. Jr. R-So. R-Fr. R-So. R-Jr. R-Jr. R-So.

3L 3L 3L 2L 2L 2L 1L RS SQ SQ SQ SQ

Additions (3) Brett Kendrick Austin Sanders Dylan Wiesman

Fr. Fr. Fr.

HS HS HS

Lettermen Lost (1) Dallas Thomas

R-Sr.

4L

Returning (13) Corey Miller Jacques Smith Marlon Walls Maurice Couch Daniel Hood Jordan Williams Daniel McCullers Trevarris Saulsberry Allan Carson LaTroy Lewis Danny O’Brien Charles Folger Greg Clark

Sr. Jr. R-Sr. R-Sr. R-Sr. Jr. Sr. R-So. R-So. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-Jr.

3L 3L 3L 2L 2L 2L 1L 1L RS RS RS RS SQ

Additions (5) Malik Brown Jason Carr Jaylen Miller Corey Vereen Kendal Vickers

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

HS HS HS HS HS

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Defensive Line

Lettermen Lost (2) Steven Fowlkes R-Sr. Darrington Sentimore R-Jr.

1L 1L

Linebackers Returning (15) Brent Brewer Raiques Crump Channing Fugate

Sr. Sr. Sr.

3L 3L 3L

John Propst Dontavis Sapp A.J. Johnson Curt Maggitt Christian Harris Greg King Kenny Bynum Nikolay Timoshchuk Justin Thomas Gregory Grieco Michael Cantwell Joe Stocstill Lettermen Lost (2) Willie Bohannon Herman Lathers

Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. R-So. R-Sr. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-Jr. R-So. R-Fr.

3L 3L 2L 2L 1L 1L RS RS RS SQ SQ RS

R-Sr. R-Sr.

4L 4L

Defensive Backs Returning (10) Justin Coleman Byron Moore Brian Randolph LaDarrell McNeil Geraldo Orta JaRon Toney Tino Thomas Max Arnold Tyler Coombes Naz Oliver

Jr. R-Sr. R-So. So. R-So. R-Jr. R-Fr. R-So. R-Jr. R-Sr.

2L 2L 2L 1L 1L 1L RS SQ SQ SQ

Additions (8) Malik Foreman Lemond Johnson Riyahd Jones David Priddy Jalen Reeves-Maybin Cameron Sutton Devaun Swafford Michael Williams

Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr.

HS HS JC HS HS HS HS HS

Lettermen Lost (6) Deion Bonner Eric Gordon Daniel Gray Marsalis Teague Prentiss Waggner Rod Wilks

Fr. R-Sr. So. Sr. R-Sr. R-Sr.

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

Returning (8) Michael Palardy (PK/P) Sr. Derrick Brodus (PK/P) R-Jr. Matt Darr (P) R-Jr. J.R. Carr (LS) R-Sr. Ryan Ault (P/PK) R-Fr. George Bullock (PK) R-Fr. Andrew Henry (LS) R-So. Matt Giampapa (LS) R-So.

3L 2L 2L 1L RS RS SQ SQ

Additions (2) Trevor Daniel (P) Patrick Toole (PK)

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 PRONUNCIATION GUIDE No. Name Pronunciation 83 Cody Blanc BLANK 40 Raiques Crump RAY-keese 46 Channing Fugate FEW-git 59 Gregory Grieco greek-OH 28 Lemond Johnson LEE-mihnd 21 Riyahd Jones ree-YAHD 22 Reggie Juin JOO-in

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GENERAL  LETTERMEN RETURNING/LOST

Returning (45) Offense (18) Quarterbacks (1) Justin Worley** Running Backs (2) Rajion Neal*** Marlin Lane** Wide Receivers (6) Vincent Dallas** Devrin Young** Cody Blanc* Jacob Carter* Tyler Drummer* Pig Howard*

Tight Ends (2) Brendan Downs** Justin King*

Off. Linemen (7) Zach Fulton*** Ja’Wuan James*** James Stone*** Alex Bullard** Marcus Jackson** Antonio Richardson** Kyler Kerbyson*

specialists (4) Michael Palardy*** (Placekicker/Punter) Derrick Brodus** (Placekicker/Punter) Matt Darr** (Punter) J.R. Carr* (Long Snapper)

Tiny Richardson is one of four starters returning on offensive line in 2013.

defense (23) Def. Linemen (7) Corey Miller*** Marlon Walls*** Maurice Couch** Daniel Hood** Jordan Williams** Daniel McCullers* Trevarris Saulsberry*

Linebackers (8) Raiques Crump*** Channing Fugate*** John Propst*** Dontavis Sapp*** Jacques Smith*** A.J. Johnson** Curt Maggitt** Christian Harris*

Defensive Backs (8) Brent Brewer*** Justin Coleman** Byron Moore** Brian Randolph** Daniel Gray* LaDarrell McNeil* Geraldo Orta* JaRon Toney*

A.J. Johnson has started 22 of 24 games during his career at Rocky Top.

lost (17) Offense (8)

defense (9)

FB Ben Bartholomew**** WR Zach Rogers**** OL Dallas Thomas**** QB Tyler Bray*** WR Justin Hunter*** TE Mychal Rivera*** WR Cordarrelle Patterson* TB Quenshaun Watson*

LB Willie Bohannon**** LB Herman Lathers**** DB Marsalis Teague**** DB Prentiss Waggner**** DB Rod Wilks**** DB Eric Gordon*** DB Deion Bonner* DL Steven Fowlkes* DL Darrington Sentimore*

Specialists (0)

* - Indicates letters won

 STARTERS RETURNING/LOST

Returning (17) Offense (5)

defense (8)

LOST (9) Offense (6)

defense (3)

LT Antonio Richardson C James Stone RG Zach Fulton RT Ja’Wuan James TB Rajion Neal

DL Daniel McCullers DL Maurice Couch LB Jacques Smith LB A.J. Johnson LB Curt Maggitt DB Justin Coleman DB Byron Moore DB LaDarrell McNeil

TE Mychal Rivera LG Dallas Thomas WR Cordarrelle Patterson WR Justin Hunter QB Tyler Bray FB Ben Bartholomew/ WR Zach Rogers

DL Darrington Sentimore LB Herman Lathers DB Prentiss Waggner

specialists (4) P Matt Darr PK Michael Palardy 8

PK Derrick Brodus DS J.R. Carr

2013 Tennessee FOOTBALL


vols represent 18 states ALABAMA (4)

Adamsville – Raiques Crump Hoover – John Propst Oxford – Allan Carson Tuscumbia - Deanthonie Summerhill

Suwanee – Ja’Wuan James Tyrone – Brent Brewer Valdosta – Geraldo Orta, Dontavis Sapp Warner Robins – Gregory Clark Woodstock – Christian Harris

CALIFORNIA (4)

ILLINOIS (1)

Bakersfield – Matt Darr Carson – Byron Moore Dana Point – Woody Quinn Lomita – J.R. Carr

Homewood – Zach Fulton

DELAWARE (1)

MARYLAND (2)

Del Mar – Alex Ellis

FLORIDA (14)

Apopka – Tom Smith Coral Springs – Michael Palardy Cooper City – Lemond Johnson Daytona Beach – Marlin Lane Fruit Cove – Nathan Peterman Gainesville – Trevarris Saulsberry, Jordan Williams Jacksonville - Kenny Bynum Orlando – Maurice Couch, Alton Howard Palm Beach – Malik Brown Vero Beach – Marcus Jackson West Palm Beach – Curt Maggitt Winter Garden – Corey Vereen

GEORGIA (20)

Alpharetta – Joshua Dobbs Athens- Alan Posey Augusta – Charles Folger Brunswick – Justin Coleman Columbus - Riyahd Jones Conyers – Reggie Juin Dunwoody - Justin King Ellenwood – Vincent Dallas Fayetteville - Rajion Neal Gainesville – A.J. Johnson Jonesboro – Cameron Sutton Kennesaw – Brian Randolph Marietta – Ryan Jenkins Norcoss - Jason Croom

KENTUCKY (1)

Jackson – Channing Fugate

Accokeek – Paul Harris Laurel - Michael Williams

MICHIGAN (1)

Flint – Danny O’Brien

MISSISSIPPI (1)

Olive Branch – Marlon Walls

NEW JERSEY (1)

Jersey City – Naz Oliver

NEW YORK (1)

Walkill – Patrick Toole

North CAROLINA (5) Candler – Tyler Page Charlotte – Marquez North Havelock – Kendal Vickers Matthews – Riley Ferguson Raleigh – Daniel McCullers

OHIO (4)

Akron - LaTroy Lewis Alliance – Alden Hill Cincinnati – Dylan Wiesman South Euclid – A.J Branisel

SOUTH CAROLINA (5) Anderson – Justin Meredith Gaffney – Jaylen Miller Rock Hill – Justin Worley

Sumter – Marques Pair Wellford – Corey Miller

TENNESSEE (44)

Alcoa – JaRon Toney Brentwood – Ryan Ault Bristol – Mack Crowder, Brendan Downs Camden – Dakota Summers Chattanooga – Nikolay Timoshchuk Clarksville– Jalen Reeves-Maybin Cleveland – Austin Sanders Dickson – Trevor Daniel Franklin – Alex Bullard Gallatin – Andrew Henry Hendersonville – David Priddy Jackson - Drae Bowles, Matt Giampapa Kingsport – Malik Foreman, John Simcox, Devaun Swafford Knoxville – Joseph Ayres, Cody Blanc, Austin Bolen, George Bullock, Jacob Gilliam, Gregory Grieco, Charlie High, Daniel Hood, Brett Kendrick, Kyler Kerbyson, Brett Parisi, Josh Smith, Devrin Young Lebanon – Tyler Coombes Lewisburg - Joe Stocstill Maryville – Derrick Brodus McKenzie – Max Arnold Memphis – Jason Carr, Greg King, Tino Thomas Morristown – Michael Cantwell Nashville – Jacob Carter, Antonio Richardson, James Stone Oneida - Dylan West Ooltewah – Jacques Smith Powell – Tyler Drummer

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 GEOGRAPHICAL BREAKDOWN

Texas (2)

Dallas - LaDarrell McNeil Friendswood – Johnathon Johnson

VIRGINIA (1)

Richmond– Justin Thomas

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GENERAL  Preseason NOTEBOOK

Schedule Notes

• South Alabama: The first ever meeting with Tennessee

takes place in the fifth year of South Alabama’s football program. The Jaguars mark the fourth different Sunbelt opponent the Vols’ hosted in the last five seasons. UT defeated Western Kentucky in 2009, MTSU in 2011 and Troy in 2012.

2013 At A Glance

• In Butch Jones’ first season as Tennessee’s head coach,

he will face four coaches also in their first season on the job: Bobby Petrino at Western Kentucky; Mark Helfrich at Oregon; Gus Malzahn at Auburn; Mark Stoops at Kentucky. • The Vols travel to Autzen Stadium for the first time in school history, as they face the Oregon Ducks on 9/14. This marks the first game ever in the state of Oregon for Tennessee, and the first game on the West Coast since opening the 2008 season at UCLA. Oregon won the only other meeting between the two schools in the 2010 season, 48-13. • Tennessee’s game against Florida on 9/21 marks the first time the UF game isn’t third on the schedule since 20052006. That game was also in Gainesville, and the Vols lost 16-7. • October looks to be a critical month again for the Vols with games against SEC foes Georgia, South Carolina and Alabama.

UNFAMILIAR FOES

• 2013 marks the fifth year in a row that the Vols face two

teams they’ve never played before. Tennessee has never played Austin Peay or South Alabama, while last season, Tennessee held inaugural games against Georgia State and Troy. The Vols won both matchups. Overall, Tennessee is 9-1 in series-starting games, with the only loss coming to Oregon in 2010. • Western Kentucky: UT is playing its second game ever against WKU, and holds the series advantage 1-0. First year Hilltopper head coach Bobby Petrino is 1-0 all-time against Tennessee with a 49-7 victory as the coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks in 2011. WKU is 1-7 vs. SEC opponents in the past five seasons.

JONES vs. FOES

• With this Butch Jones’ first year as UT’s coach, and first

season coaching in the SEC, there are expected to be some new opponents. Jones will coach against nine new teams this season. • Jones has previously faced three opponents on Tennessee’s schedule defeating Austin-Peay and Vanderbilt at Cincinnati in 2011 by scores of 72-10 and 31-24. • Jones also faced Georgia in 2008 and his Central Michigan squad was dealt a 56-17 loss by the Bulldogs.

Strength of Schedule

• Tennessee finished 2012 with a Sagarin strength of

schedule rating of 56 and 2013’s schedule looks to be just as difficult. Eight of UT’s 12 opponents appeared in a bowl in 2012, while the teams combined for a 89-64 record. • Six of UT’s opponents finished the 2012 season ranked in the final Associated Press and Coaches’ polls: Alabama (AP-1, Coaches-1), Oregon (AP-2, Coaches-2), Georgia (AP-5, Coaches-4), South Carolina (AP-8, Coaches-7), Florida (AP-9, Coaches-10), and Vanderbilt (AP-23, Coaches-20). • Tennessee’s opponents compiled an overall record of 89-63 the previous season. Seven of Tennessee’s opponents had winning records in 2012: Western Kentucky (7-6), Oregon (12-1), Florida (11-2), Georgia (12-2), South Carolina (11-2), Alabama (13-1) and Vanderbilt (9-3).

Preseason HONORS ZACH FULTON

• Lindy’s Third Team All-SEC • Phil Steele Second Team All-SEC

JA’wuan james

• Lindy’s Second Team All-SEC • Lindy’s No. 8 Overall Top Tackle • Athlon Sports Third Team All-SEC • Phil Steele Third Team All-SEC

A.J. Johnson

• Lott Trophy Watch List • Lindy’s Second Team All-American • Lindy’s First Team All-SEC • Lindy’s No. 3 Top Inside Linebacker • Athlon Sports First Team All-SEC • Athlon Sports Fourth Team AllAmerican • Sporting News Second Team AllAmerican • Sporting News First Team All-SEC • Phil Steele Third Team All-American • Phil Steele First Team All-SEC

CURT MAGGITT

• Lindy’s Third Team All-SEC • Phil Steele Fourth Team All-SEC

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DAN McCULLERS

• Athlon Sports Third Team All-SEC • Phil Steele Fourth Team All-American • Phil Steele First Team All-SEC

BYRON MOORE

• Phil Steele Third Team All-SEC

MICHAEL PALARDY

• Lindy’s Third Team All-SEC

ANTONIO RICHARDSON

• Lindy’s First Team All-SEC • Lindy’s No. 5 Overall Top Tackle • Athlon Sports Second Team AllAmerican • Athlon Sports Second Team All-SEC • Phil Steele Second Team All-American • Phil Steele Second Team All-SEC • Lindy’s No. 7 Top-10 NFL Talent

JAMES STONE

• Rimington Watch List • Lindy’s Second Team All-SEC • Athlon Sports Second Team All-SEC • Phil Steele Second Team All-SEC

UNIT RANKINGS

• Offensive Line – Lindy’s No. 2 Overall Offensive Line (No. 1 SEC) • Athlon Sports No. 2 Overall Offensive Line (No. 1 SEC) • Linebackers – Lindy’s No. 8 Overall Linebackers (No. 2 SEC)

2013 INCOMER RANKINGS

• Lindy’s Recruiting No. 2 Wide Receiver – Marquez North • Lindy’s Recruiting No. 3 Wide Receivers • Lindy’s Recruiting No. 16 Incoming SEC Recruit: Marquez North • Lindy’s Recruiting No. 21 Incoming Class • Athlon Sports Recruiting No. 25 Incoming Class

LINDY’s THE BIG ONES

Top SEC Games of 2013 • Sept. 14: Tennessee at Oregon • Sept. 21: Tennessee at Florida • Oct. 5: Georgia at Tennessee • Oct. 26: Tennessee at Alabama


WESTERN KENTUCKY HILLTOPPERS

OREGON DUCKS

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8-31 | KNOXVILLE

Location: Clarksville, Tenn. Colors: Red and White Stadium: Governors Stadium (10,000) Conference: Ohio Valley Head Coach: Kirby Cannon Career Record/at APSU: 35-86/None Series: First Meeting At Knoxville: Same Last Meeting: Same 2012 Overall Record: 2-9 2012 Conf. Record/Finish: 1-7/9th 2012 Bowl/Final Rank: None/NR Lettermen Ret./Lost: N/A Starters Ret./Lost: N/A

media info

Media Contact: Brad Kirtley Phone: (931) 221-6561 Email: kirtleyb@apsu.edu Web Site: APSUGovernors.com

2013 Schedule Aug. 31 Sep. 7 Sep. 14 Sep. 21 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

at Tennessee at Vanderbilt at Chattanooga at Ohio at Eastern Kentucky Eastern Illinois at Murray State UT-Martin Jacksonville State at Tennessee State Southeast Missouri at Tennessee Tech

Game notes

• First ever meeting between the teams. • Tennessee has won its past 18 home openers and is 92-18-5 (.822) all-time. • The Vols have won three consecutive season openers and are 85-24-6 (.765) all-time. • In its last 10 home openers, Tennessee’s average margin of victory is 28.9 points. • The Vols have played six games alltime against members of the current Ohio Valley Conference (6-0-0). • This contest is APSU’s first all-time meeting with a member of the SEC. • Butch Jones is 1-0 all-time against APSU. His Cincinnati squad defeated APSU (72-10) in 2011.

9-7 | knoxville

Location: Bowling Green, Ky. Colors: Red and White Stadium: Houchens Industries – L.T. Smith Stadium Conference: Sun Belt Head Coach: Bobby Petrino Career Record/at WKU: 75-26/None Series: 1-0 UT At Knoxville: 1-0 UT Last Meeting: W, 63-7, 9/5/09 2012 Overall Record: 7-6 2012 Conf. Record/Finish: 4-4/5th 2012 Bowl/Final Rank: Little Caesars Pizza (L, 21-24 vs. Central Michigan)/ NR Lettermen Ret./Lost: 37/18 Starters Ret./Lost: 13/9 Media Contact: Robert Sampson Phone: (270) 745-2599 Email: Robert.Sampson@wku.edu Web Site: WKUSports.com

Media Contact: Dave Williford Phone: (541) 346-2251 Email: diw@uoregon.edu Web Site: GoDucks.com

2013 Schedule

2013 Schedule

Kentucky at Tennessee at South Alabama Morgan State Navy at Louisiana-Monroe Louisiana-Lafayette Troy at Georgia State at Army at Texas State Arkansas State

Game notes

Location: Eugene, Ore. Colors: Green and Yellow Stadium: Autzen Stadium Conference: Pacific-12 Head Coach: Mark Helfrich Career Record/at UO: None Series: 1-0 UO At Eugene: None Last Meeting: L, 13-48, 9/25/10 2012 Overall Record: 12-1 2012 Conf. Record/Finish: 8-1/2nd 2012 Bowl/Final Rank: Fiesta (W, 35-17, vs. Kansas St.) AP-2, Coaches-4 Lettermen Ret./Lost: N/A Starters Ret./Lost: N/A

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Aug. 31 Sep. 7 Sep. 14 Sep. 21 Sep. 28 Oct. 3 Oct. 15 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

9-14 | EUGENE, ORE.

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AUSTIN PEAY GOVERNORS

• Tennessee will play Western Kentucky for the second time ever, the lone meeting a 63-7 Tennessee win in 2009. • The Vols offense outgained the Hilltoppers by 574 yards in their last meeting (346 rushing, 228 passing). • The Vols are 8-1 against current Sun Belt teams entering the 2013 season, its lone loss coming to North Texas, 2114, at Neyland Stadium in 1975. • Bobby Petrino enters his first season as WKU’s head coach. In his career as a head coach, Petrino is 1-0 against the Vols. He led the Arkansas Razorbacks to a 49-7 victory in 2011. • The Hilltoppers are 1-7 against SEC opponents in the past five seasons. • Butch Jones has never coached against WKU.

Aug. 31 Sep. 7 Sep. 14 Sep. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 7 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 29

Nicholls St. at Virginia Tennessee California at Colorado at Washington Washington St. UCLA at Stanford Utah at Arizona Oregon St.

Game notes

• This will be the Vols first-ever game in the state of Oregon. • The game marks the Vols’ return to the West Coast for the first time since the 2008 opener at UCLA. • Tennessee will play Oregon for the second time ever. They first met in 2010 with Oregon prevailing 48-13. • Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich is one of five coaches that the Vols will face in 2013 who are in their first season at their respective universities. • In 2012, Oregon was the highest scoring team in the nation. The Ducks also finished fourth in the nation in total yards. • This is the first time since 2005 that the Vols third game of the season has been against someone other than the University of Florida. • Butch Jones has never coached against the Oregon Ducks.

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GENERAL

FLORIDA GATORS

SOUTH ALABAMA JAGUARS

GEORGIA bulldogs

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9-21 | GAINESVILLE, FLA.

Location: Gainesville, Fla. Colors: Orange and Blue Stadium: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium (88,548) Conference: Southeastern (East) Head Coach: Will Muschamp (3rd season) Career Record/at UF: 18-8/Same Series: 23-19 UF At Gainesville: 11-5 UF Last Meeting: L, 20-37, 9/15/12 2012 Overall Record: 11-2 2012 Conf. Record/Finish: 7-1/ T-1st East 2012 Bowl/Final Rank: Sugar (L, 23-33, vs. Louisville.)AP-9, Coaches-10 Lettermen Ret./Lost: 41/23 Starters Ret./Lost: 10/14

media info

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

2013 Schedule Aug. 31 Sep. 7 Sep. 21 Sep. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

Toledo at Miami (FL) Tennessee at Kentucky Arkansas at LSU at Missouri vs. Georgia (Jacksonville) Vanderbilt at South Carolina Georgia Southern Florida State

Game notes

• For the 12th consecutive season, the Gators will serve as Tennessee’s first SEC contest. • Florida has won the last eight meetings, its longest winning streak against UT, to take a 23-19 series lead. The Vols last defeated the Gators, 30-28, at home in 2004 while also winning in Gainesville, 24-10, in 2003. • The last time the Vols visited Gainesville, freshman Marlin Lane recorded 124 all-purpose yards, including a receiving touchdown. • In Gainesville, Florida leads the series 12-8. • This will be Butch Jones’s first time coaching against the University of Florida. • Wide receivers coach Zach Azzanni was an assistant coach at Florida during the 2010 season. • Running Backs coach Robert Gillespie was a four-year letterwinner for the Gators (1998-01) serving as team captain as a senior.

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9-28 | KNOXVILLE

Location: Mobile, Ala. Colors: Red, White, and Blue Stadium: Ladd-Peebles Stadium (40,000) Conference: Sun Belt Head Coach: Joey Jones (5th season) Career Record/at USA: 28-22/25-15 Series: None At Knoxville: Same Last Meeting: Same 2012 Overall Record: 2-11 2012 Conf. Record/Finish: 1-7/10th 2012 Bowl/Final Rank: None Lettermen Ret./Lost: 41/14 Starters Ret./Lost: 16/8

media info

Media Contact: Brian Fremund Phone: (251) 414-8032 Email: bfremund@southalabama.edu Web Site: USAJaguars.com

2013 Schedule Aug. 29 Sep. 7 Sep. 14 Sep. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 Dec. 7

Southern Utah at Tulane Western Kentucky at Tennessee at Troy Kent St. at Texas State Arkansas State at Navy Louisiana-Monroe at Georgia State Louisiana-Lafayette

Game notes

• First all-time meeting between the schools. • All-time, the Vols are 8-3-0 in games played on Sep. 28th. • South Alabama enters its 5th season of football and is 0-1 all-time against the SEC, losing 30-10 at Mississippi State in 2012. • The Jaguars mark the fourth different Sun Belt opponent that UT will face in the last five years. The Vols recently hosted Western Kentucky (2009 & 2013), Middle Tennessee (2011), and Troy (2012). • USA head coach Joey Jones played collegiately at the University of Alabama. During his four years at Alabama, the Vols were 2-2 against the Crimson Tide. • Butch Jones has never coached against South Alabama.

10-5 | KNOXVILLE

Location: Athens, Ga. Colors: Red and Black Stadium: Sanford Stadium (92,746) Conference: Southeastern (East) Head Coach: Mark Richt (13th season) Career Record/at UGA: 118-40/same Series: 21-19-2 UT At Knoxville: 11-9-1 UT Last Meeting: L, 44-51, 9/29/12 2012 Overall Record: 12-2 2012 Conf. Record/Finish: 7-1/1st East 2012 Bowl/Final Rank: Capital One (W, 45-31 vs. Nebraska)/AP-5, Coaches-4 Lettermen Ret./Lost: 49/24 Starters Ret./Lost: 16/8

media info

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

2013 Schedule Aug. 31 Sep. 7 Sep. 21 Sep. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

at Clemson South Carolina North Texas LSU at Tennessee Missouri at Vanderbilt vs. Florida (Jacksonville) Appalachian State at Auburn Kentucky at Georgia Tech

Game notes

• The Vols have won two out of the last three contests in Knoxville vs. UGA, outscoring the Bulldogs 92-53. • In 2012, Rajion Neal accounted for onethird of the Vols’ total offense against UGA. He recorded 160 of the team’s 478 total yards. • Daniel McCullers had the best game of his career, including a TFL and blocked extra point, at UGA in 2012. • The two teams sent a combined seven players to the Senior Bowl this past season. This accounts for one-third of all SEC players on the Senior Bowl roster. • Butch Jones is 0-1 all-time against UGA. Georgia defeated his Central Michigan team 56-17 in 2008.


ALABAMA CRIMSON TIDE

MISSOURI TIGERS

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10-19 | knoxville

Location: Columbia, S.C. Colors: Garnet and Black Stadium: Williams-Brice Stadium (80,250) Conference: Southeastern (East) Head Coach: Steve Spurrier (9th season) Career Record/at USC: 208-77-2/66-37 Series: 22-7-2 UT At Knoxville: 14-2-2 UT Last Meeting: L, 35-38, 10/27/12 2012 Overall Record: 11-2 2012 Conf. Record/Finish: 6-2/ 3rd East 2012 Bowl/Final Rank: Outback (W, 3328 vs. Michigan)/AP-8, Coaches-7 Lettermen Ret./Lost: 36/26 Starters Ret./Lost: 12/12

10-26 | TUSCALOOSA, ALA.

Location: Tuscaloosa, Ala. Colors: Crimson and White Stadium: Bryant-Denny Stadium (101,821) Conference: Southeastern (West) Head Coach: Nick Saban (7th season) Career Record/at UA: 154-55-1/63-13 Series: 50-38-7 UA At Tuscaloosa:27-18-6 UA Last Meeting: L, 13-44, 10/20/12 2012 Overall Record: 13-1 2012 Conf. Record/Finish: 7-1/1st West 2012 Bowl/Final Rank: BCS National Championship (W, 42-14 vs ND)/AP-1, Coaches-1 Lettermen Ret./Lost: N/A Starters Ret./Lost: N/A

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2013 Schedule

2013 Schedule

Media Contact: Steve Fink Phone: (803) 777-7987 Email: finksc@mailbox.sc.edu Web Site: GamecocksOnline.com Aug. 29 Sep. 7 Sep. 14 Sep. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

North Carolina at Georgia Vanderbilt at UCF Kentucky at Arkansas at Tennessee at Missouri Mississippi State Florida Coastal Carolina Clemson

Game notes

• South Carolina has won three consecutive games for the first time in series history. • Tennessee holds a 22-7-2 all-time record against the Gamecocks. • Since 1993, the Vols are 8-2 against the Gamecocks in Knoxville. • USC head coach Steve Spurrier is the winningest coach on Tennessee’s schedule with 208 victories. • Spurrier has an all-time record of 14-7 against the Vols and is 7-7 in Knoxville. • As a sophomore, Jordan Williams made his first-career start at South Carolina in 2012 recording two tackles. • Butch Jones has never coached against USC.

Media Contact: Jeff Purinton Phone: (205) 348-6084 Email: jpurinton@ia.ua.edu Web Site: RollTide.com Aug. 31 Sep. 14 Sep. 21 Sep. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

Virginia Tech (Atlanta) at Texas A&M Colorado State Ole Miss Georgia State at Kentucky Arkansas Tennessee LSU at Mississippi State Chattanooga at Auburn

Game notes

• Tennessee and Alabama have played every year since 1928 with the exception of 1943. • Alabama has won six consecutive meetings and leads the all-time series 49-38-7, including a slight 6-4 edge in Tuscaloosa. • The Alabama series is the third-longest in Tennessee history (94 games) • Alabama’s home games in series were played in Birmingham from 1932-97. • Tennessee’s last win over Alabama in Tuscaloosa came in 2003. Tied 2020 after regulation, the Vols went on to win 51-43 in the fifth overtime on a Casey Clausen 1-yard quarterback sneak. • As a freshman, senior placekicker Michael Palardy connected on his first career field goal, a 33-yarder, against the Tide in Knoxville three years ago. • Butch Jones has never coached against the Crimson Tide.

11-2 | COLUMBIA, MO.

Location: Columbia, Mo. Colors: Black and MU Gold Stadium: Memorial Stadium (71,004) Conference: Southeastern (East) Head Coach: Gary Pinkel (13th season) Career Record/at MU: 163-93-3/90-61 Series: 1-0 MU At Columbia: None Last Meeting: L, 48-51, 11/10/12 2012 Overall Record: 5-7 2012 Conf. Record/Finish: 2-6/5th East 2012 Bowl/Final Rank: None Lettermen Ret./Lost: 39/19 Starters Ret./Lost: 14/8

media info

Media Contact: Chad Moller Phone: (573) 882-0712 Email: mollerc@missouri.edu Web Site: MUTigers.com

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SOUTH CAROLINA GAMECOCKS

2013 Schedule Aug. 31 Sep. 7 Sep. 21 Sep. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

Murray State Toledo at Indiana Arkansas State at Vanderbilt at Georgia Florida South Carolina Tennessee at Kentucky at Ole Miss Texas A&M

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• This will mark the first time the Vols have played at Missouri. • In 2012, the Vols and the Tigers matchup was the first SEC overtime game for Missouri. • The four overtime game tied for the third-longest game in school history. • Headed into the game, Tennessee and Missouri were tied for the most overtime wins in NCAA history with 10. Missouri now owns the most OT wins with an 11-4 record. Tennessee is now 10-4. • Senior Daniel McCullers forced his first career fumble last season against Missouri. • Senior walk-on Tyler Drummer tallied his first career touchdown on a faked field goal in the second overtime of the 2012 meeting running in from five yards out. • Butch Jones has never coached against the Tigers.

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11-9 | KNOXVILLE

Location: Auburn, Ala. Colors: Navy Blue and Burnt Orange Stadium: Jordan-Hare Stadium Conference: Southeastern (West) Head Coach: Gus Malzahn (1st Season) Career Record/at AU: 9-3/None Series: 27-21-3 AU At Knoxville: 14-9-1 UT Last Meeting: L, 22-26, 10/3/09 2012 Overall Record: 3-9 2012 Conf. Record/Finish: 0-8/7th West 2012 Bowl/Final Rank: None Lettermen Ret./Lost: 41/18 Starters Ret./Lost: 19/6 Media Contact: Chuck Gallina Phone: (334) 884-9703 Email: gallica@auburn.edu Web Site: AuburnTigers.com Aug. 31 Sep. 7 Sep. 14 Sep. 21 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 30

Washington State Arkansas State Mississippi State at LSU Ole Miss Western Carolina at Texas A&M Florida Atlantic at Arkansas at Tennessee Georgia Alabama

• The Vols and the TIgers have met 51 times in the past with Auburn holding a 27-21-3 series edge. • However, Tennessee holds a 14-9-2 series lead in Knoxville. • The last time the two teams met was in 2009 in Knoxville, a 26-22 win for the Tigers. • The Tigers have won five-consecutive games heading into this season’s meeting. • The last time the Vols defeated Auburn (24-0) was in 1999. • This will mark the first time that Auburn coach Gus Malzahn has coached, as a head coach, against the Volunteers. • Malzahn coached in Knoxville in 2009 as Auburn’s offensive coordinator. Tennessee held his offense to a seasonlow 26 points. • Willie Martinez and Tommy Thigpen join the Vols from the Auburn coaching staff. • Butch Jones has never coached against Auburn.

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11-23 | KNOXVILLE

Location: Nashville, Tenn. Colors: Black and Gold Stadium: Vanderbilt Stadium (40,330) Conference: Southeastern (East) Head Coach: James Franklin (3rd season) Career Record/at VU: 15-11/Same Series: 73-28-5 UT At Knoxville: 37-11-1 UT /Last Meeting: L, 18-41, 11/17/12 2012 Overall Record: 9-4 2012Conf. Record/Finish: 5-3/4th East 201 2Bowl/Final Rank: Music City (W, 38-24 vs. NC State)/AP-23, Coaches-20 Lettermen Ret./Lost: 46/15 Starters Ret./Lost: 16/8 Media Contact: Larry Leathers Phone: (615) 343-6437 Email: larry.leathers@vanderbilt.edu Web Site: VUCommodores.com Aug. 29 Sep. 7 Sep. 14 Sep. 21 Sep. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

Ole Miss Austin Peay at South Carolina at UMass UAB Missouri Georgia at Texas A&M at Florida Kentucky at Tennessee Wake Forest

• Tennessee moved to 73-28-5 against Vanderbilt all-time after falling to the Commodores (41-18) last season, for the first time since 2005. • Tennessee has won 33 of the last 36 over Vandy. • Since 1991, the Vols are 10-1 in Knoxville against the Commodores. Their lone loss, a 28-24 defeat coming in 2005. • Tennessee has won 3 consecutive games against Vanderbilt in Knoxville. • In 2012, junior running back Marlin Lane posted his second career 100yard rushing effort, recording 108 yards on 16 carries. • In 2011, Eric Gordon returned an interception 90 yards for the game-winning touchdown, the first defensive score in OT by any NCAA D-I FBS school since Sept. 9, 2005. • Butch Jones is 1-0 as a head coach against Vanderbilt. His Cincinnati team defeated Vandy 31-24 in 2011.

11-30 | LEXINGTON, KY.

Location: Lexington, Ky. Colors: Blue and White Stadium: Commonwealth Stadium (67,942) Conference: Southeastern (East) Head Coach: Mark Stoops (1st Season) Career Record/at UK: 1st Season Series: 75-24-9 UT At Lexington: 35-14-3 UT Last Meeting: W, 37-17, 11/24/12 2012 Overall Record: 2-10 2012 Conf. Record/Finish: 0-8/7th East 2012 Bowl/Final Rank: None Lettermen Ret./Lost: 55/22 Starters Ret./Lost: 12/10

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

2013 Schedule Aug. 31 Sep. 7 Sep. 14 Sep. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

Western Kentucky Miami (OH) Louisville Florida at South Carolina Alabama at Mississippi State Alabama State Missouri at Vanderbilt at Georgia Tennessee

Game notes

• The Vols lead the all-time series 7524-9 and hold a 35-14-3 advantage in Lexington. • Tennessee’s 75 wins against Kentucky are its most against any school. • The last time the Vols played in Lexington, Kentucky snapped a 26-game Vol win-streak with a 10-7 victory in 2011. • The Vols responded with a 37-17 win over the Wildcats last season on senior day. • In 2012, Tennessee recorded a seasonbest four sacks vs. Kentucky, the most by the Vols since they had five vs. Memphis on Nov. 6, 2010. • Senior Daniel McCullers recorded his first career sack against the Wildcats last season. • Junior Marlin Lane recorded his longest run of the 2012 season against Kentucky, going 45 yards on Tennessee’s push for a fourth-quarter field goal. • Tennessee’s 75 wins against Kentucky are its most against any school. • Butch Jones has never coached against the Wildcats.


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BUTCH JONES HEAD COACH

FIRST Season At Tennessee FERRIS STATE ‘90 The University of Tennessee announced on Dec. 7, 2012, that Butch Jones has been hired as the 24th head football coach of the Vols. Jones owns a 50-27 record (.649) in six seasons as a head coach and joins UT from the University of Cincinnati, where he finished with a 23-14 record (.657) in three seasons with the Bearcats. Jones was also the head coach for three years at Central Michigan (27-13, .675, from 2007-09). He has won at least eight games in five of his six years as a head coach, including three seasons of nine-plus wins in the last four years (2009, 2011, 2012). Jones also has won 10 or more games twice, finishing 11-2 at Central Michigan in 2009 and posting a 10-3 record and top 25 final national ranking with Cincinnati in 2011. Jones has also finished the season ranked in the top-25 in three of the last four seasons (2009 with Central Michigan and 2011 and 2012 at Cincinnati). “I am very pleased that Butch Jones is the head football coach at Tennessee,” said Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Dave Hart. “Butch has a track record of success at every program he has led, and he views Tennessee as the job he coveted. We look forward to Butch leading our football program back to prominence.” Jones has won four conference championships in six seasons as a head coach, including the Big East title in 2011 and 2012 with Cincinnati and the 2007 and 2009 MidAmerican Conference titles at Central Michigan. He earned Big East Conference Coach of the Year honors from the league after his 10-win season with the Bearcats in 2011 and earned the same honor from CBSSports.com this season. “It is truly an honor and a privilege to be the head football coach at the University of Tennessee,” said Jones. “I understand the values, traditions, and level of expectations that come with this position, and I look forward to being a part of the Vol Nation. “I’d like to especially thank Chancellor Cheek and Dave Hart for giving me this great opportunity, and I look forward to the Vols achieving excellence both on and off the field for many years to come.” The team went on to capture iits second consecutive bowl victory in the Belk Bowl while also finishing with a top-25 ranking. Cincinnati finished the regular season 9-3 with a 5-2 record in the Big East to share the conference

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 COACHING CAREER Year 1987-89 1990-92 1993-94 1995 1996-97 1998 1999 2000 2001-03 2004 2005-06 2007-09 2010-12 2013-

School Tampa Bay (NFL) Rutgers Wilkes Univ. Ferris State Ferris State Central Michigan Central Michigan Central Michigan Central Michigan Central Michigan West Virginia Central Michigan Cincinnati Tennessee

Position Intern Graduate Assistant Offensive Coordinator Running Backs Offensive Coordinator Tight Ends Wide Receivers Running Backs Offensive Coordinator Running Backs Wide Receivers Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach

 HEAD COACHING RECORD Year Team Record Final Rank Conference AP/Coaches 2012 Cincinnati 9-3 RV/22 5-2 (t-1st) 2011 Cincinnati 10-3 25/21 5-2 (t-1st) 2010 Cincinnati 4-8 -/- 2-5 (7th) 2009 Central Michigan 11-2 23/24 8-0 (1st) 2008 Central Michigan 8-5 -/- 6-2 (t-2nd) 2007 Central Michigan 8-6 -/- 6-1 (1st) TOTALS 6 seasons 50-27 32-12 4 Conf. Championships

crown. Jones’s defense ranked 12th in the nation in scoring defense at 17.2 and 12th in red zone defense (70.6%), and Cincinnati has ranked in the top 20 in scoring defense in each of the last two seasons. A staple of Jones’s programs has been success in the classroom. During the first semester under Jones’ leadership at Tennessee, the football team recorded the highest GPA for the program in the spring semester since sport-bysport data began to be tracked by the institution in 2003 while 46 student-athletes posted a GPA of 3.0 or higher.


Born: January 17, 1968 Wife: Barb Children: Alex, Adam, Andrew Education: Ferris State ‘90 Hometown: Saugatuck, Mich.

“Coach Butch Jones is a man that not only has the football acumen to bring Tennessee back to it’s rightful place in the SEC, and College Football world, he’s a man that will connect with the “Volunteer Nation,” and “Big Orange Country.” - Former Tennessee defensive back and current FOX NFL analyst Charles Davis “Without a doubt, Tennessee hired a quality football coach in Butch Jones, but more importantly, it hired an even even better man to run its program. He brings a passion and relentless desire for success that will most certainly lead to great things both on and off the field.” - Brian Kelly, Notre Dame head coach, former Cincinnati and Central Michigan head coach “I have been told by people for years that Butch Jones is a rising coach and a star in this business. I did my due diligence and got to know Butch to a degree. I feel that Butch is a star and someone who can coach at any level including the SEC. With the resources at Tennessee he will soar as a coach and will have athletic directors at other schools saying `why didn’t we hire Butch Jones.’ Butch is also a man of integrity and runs the program with integrity. He is an excellent recruiter and it is not a cliché to say that he will turn his players into men and men with integrity.” - Chris Mortensen, ESPN Senior NFL Analyst

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In 2011, Cincinnati was the only program nationally to win both its conference championship and its league top academic honor, earning the 2010-11 Big East Team Academic Excellence Award. Also that same year, JK Schaffer of the Bearcats named the 2011 American Eagle Outfitters Big East Football Scholar-Athlete of the Year, the second consecutive UC player to earn that honor (John Goebel in 2010). In five of his six seasons as a head coach, Jones’s teams have earned bowl appearances. He is 34-12 (.739) in conference play and 32-1 in games in which his teams have held a lead either at halftime or entering the fourth quarter. The 2011 Cincinnati team that finished 10-3 improved six wins from the 4-8 finish in 2010, making the Bearcats the most improved team from a BCS automatic-qualifying conference in the nation that season. Cincinnati also recorded its first bowl win over a BCS opponent, defeating Vanderbilt 31-24 in the Liberty Bowl. The 2011 Cincinnati team led the nation in tackles for loss (8.62 per game) while ranking second in sacks (3.46), sixth in rushing defense (96.2), and 20th in scoring defense (20.31). The Bearcats also led the Big East and ranked ninth in turnover margin (0.92) while the team’s 33 turnovers forced were tied for fourth nationally. Offensively, the Bearcats ranked second in the conference in rushing yardage (178.5 ypg) while scoring an average of 33.3 points per game. During the last two seasons, opponents scored on offensive possessions at a 25.7% rate against Cincinnati, ranking the Bearcats 15th nationally during that time frame. Additionally, opposing offenses scored touchdowns against Cincinnati on only 14.5% of possessions, placing UC sixth in the nation. Cincinnati has placed eight players on the All-Big East

Conference team in each of the last two seasons, including Big East Offensive Player of the Year Isaiah Pead and Big East Co-Defensive Player of the Year Derek Wolfe in 2011. Pead closed out his UC career with consecutive 1,000-yard seasons, the first time a Bearcat back has accomplished that in almost 25 years. Before accepting the head coaching position at Cincinnati, Jones’s 27-13 record at Central Michigan included a pair of MAC titles, three consecutive bowl appearances, and a No. 23 postseason ranking in 2009. The Chippewas were 22-3 in the MAC during his tenure, and Jones was the only head coach to lead the program to consecutive bowl games as well as the first in the history of the MAC to do so in his first three seasons. One of Jones’ players while coaching at Central Michigan, offensive lineman Eric Fisher, was drafted No. 1 overall in the 2013 NFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs. Jones recruited Fisher to join the Chippewas 2009 where he went on to a decorated career. Joining Fisher in Kansas City was another Jones product, Travis Kelce who was selected in the third round after playing at Cincinnati. Jones was the wide receivers coach at West Virginia from 2005-06 before he moved to Central Michigan, during which time the Mountaineers went a combined 22-3 and the 2005 squad defeated Georgia in the Sugar Bowl. He served as an assistant at Central Michigan for seven years from 1998-2004, as offensive coordinator (2002-04), running backs coach (1999-2004), and as tight ends coach (1998). Jones was also the offensive coordinator at Ferris State from 1995-97 and at Wilkes University from 1992-95 and also served as an assistant at Rutgers from 1990-92. Jones is a 1990 graduate of Ferris State University in Michigan, where he was a two-year letterman on the football team. His original entry into the coaching ranks was as an intern with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1987-89. Jones and his wife, Barb, are the parents of three sons: Alex (16), Adam (12), and Andrew (6).

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STEVE STRIPLING

ASSoc. HEAD Coach - DEFENSIVE LINE

First Season At Tennessee COLORADO ‘76 • Veteran of more than 30 years in coaching, playing or coaching in 22 bowl games in his career • Helped teams to six conference championships, including four in last seven years • Spent the last three years at Cincinnati, working as the assistant head coach and defensive line coach from 2010-12; added responsibility of defensive run-game coordinator for 2011-12 • Coached the Bearcats to a 48-34 win over Duke in the 2012 Belk Bowl serving as Cincinnati’s interim head coach after Butch Jones left UC for Tennessee • Guided Bearcats to one of the nation’s most improved defense’s in 2011, as UC led NCAA in tackles for loss (8.62), finished second overall in sacks (3.46) and placed sixth in rushing defense (96.23 yards per game) • Cincinnati finished in the top 20 in the NCAA in scoring defense in 2011 and 2012 • Coached at Central Michigan in 2009 as the associate head coach-defense, working with the defensive ends • Coached the Chippewas to the 2010 GMAC Bowl Championship as interim head coach after Jones left CMU to take over at Cincinnati • Coached the defensive line at Michigan from 2005-07, mentoring All-American and Lombardi Award winner LaMarr Woodley, who currently stars for the Pittsburgh Steelers • In 2006, the Wolverines led the NCAA in rushing defense, allowing just 43.3 yards per game • Coached in the Big Ten for a total of 22 years with stints at Michigan State (2003-04), Minnesota (1997-2000) and Indiana (1984-96), where he was the defensive coordinator in 1996 • Also coached at Louisville in 2001 and 2002, coaching Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year Dewayne White, who was the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ top draft pick in 2003

 COACHING CAREER Year Team 1977-78 Colorado 1979 North Carolina 1980-83 Northern Illinois 1984-89 Indiana 1990-95 Indiana 1996 Indiana 1997-00 Minnesota 2001-02 Louisville 2003-04 Michigan State 2005-07 Michigan 2009 Central Michigan 2010-12 Cincinnati 2013- Tennessee

Position Graduate Assistant Recruiting Coach Offensive Line Offensive Line Defensive Line Defensive Coordinator Linebackers/ Recruiting Coordinator Defensive Line Defensive Line Defensive Line Interim Head Coach/ Assoc. Head Coach/ Defensive Ends Asst. Head Coach/ Defensive Line Asst. Head Coach/ Defensive Line

• First full-time coaching job came at Northern Illinois from 1980-83, as he helped Huskies to the 1983 Mid-American championship as the team’s offensive line coach • Served as recruiting coach at North Carolina in 1979 after two seasons as a graduate assistant as his alma mater, Colorado in 1977-78 • Played in three bowls as an offensive lineman at Colorado, earning a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Boulder • Signed a free-agent contract with the Atlanta Falcons in 1976 • Stripling and his wife, Gayle, have three children, Christy, who lives and works in Chicago; Cody, who lives and works in Cincinnati; and Chad who is finishing his master’s degree at Michigan State.

MIKE BAJAKIAN

OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR / QUARTERBACKS

FIRST Season At Tennessee WILLIAMS COLLEGE (MASS.) ‘96 • Coached in seven bowl games, helped teams to six conference championships • Won two NFL division titles, coached in four NFL Playoff games including Super Bowl XLI • Spent three seasons as Cincinnati’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks from 2010-12 • Previously spent three seasons in the same position at Central Michigan (2007-09) and three seasons with the Chicago Bears of the NFL (2004-06) • Was on the Bears coaching staff during Super Bowl XLI in Miami • His offenses have scored 30-plus points in 55.1% of his career games • In 2012, the Bearcats led the Big East in scoring offense, rushing offense, and yards per play 18

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• Running back George Winn, led the conference in rushing yards (1,334), touchdowns and rushing TDs • Under Bajakian, quarterback Zach Collaros became only the second passer in school history to reach the 6,000-yard and 50-touchdown milestone. He left Cincinnati with a 62% completion percentage, 6,278 yards passing, and 51 touchdowns • The Bearcats won conference titles in each of the last two seasons, scoring an average of 33.3 points per game and 385 yards per game in 2011 • In 2012, Travis Kelce set the UC single-season mark for receptions (45), yards receiving (722) and touchdowns (8) by a tight end besting current Philadelphia Eagle Brent Celek’s marks from 2004 • The 2012 Cincinnati team turned the ball over on only 13.1% of possessions, the 20th-best rate in the nation


 COACHING CAREER Position Quarterbacks, Passing Game Coordinator Grad Asst., Defensive Backs Quarterbacks Grad Asst., Quarterbacks Quarterbacks Offensive Quality Control, Wide Receivers Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks Offensive Coordinator/ Quartebacks

• Bajakian and his wife Michelene have two children, Mary (2) and Anna (1) and have another baby on the way, due in August

JOHN JANCEK Defensive coordinator

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Year School 1996-97 Delbarton School 1998-99 Rutgers 2000 Sacred Heart 2000-01 Michigan 2002-03 Central Michigan 2004-06 Chicago (NFL) 2007-09 Central Michigan 2010-12 Cincinnati 2013- Tennessee

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• The 2011 Bearcats ranked No. 1 in the Big East in total rushing yards as NFL draft pick Isaiah Pead led the conference in rushing yards, rushing yards/game, rushing touchdowns and overall scoring • In 2010, Cincinnati led the Big East in scoring offense (27.1 ppg), total offense (417.3 ypg), passing offense (260.7 ypg), first downs (21.9 ypg), third-down conversions (45.6 pct.) and touchdown passes (27) • Tutored Isaiah Pead, the 2011 Big EAST Conference Offensive Player of the Year who recorded consecutive 1,000-yard seasons from 2010-11 and was a second-round selection of the St. Louis Rams • At Central Michigan, his offenses from 2007-09 were the three highest-scoring teams in school history since the school joined the MAC in 1975 while also breaking or tying 30 school offense records • Coached CMU QB Dan LeFevour, who ended his career with the Chippewas with an NCAA FBS-record 150 touchdowns (102 passing, 47 rushing, 1 receiving) • LeFevour also finished his CMU career with 15,853 yards of total offense, trailing only Hawaii’s Timmy Chang at the time (16,910) • A native of River Vale, N.J. who was an All-New England Small College Athletic Conference and an All-ECAC quarterback at Williams College

First Season At Tennessee GRAND VALLEY STATE ‘91 • Coached in seven bowl games while helping teams to five conference championships and one national championship • Joins the Vols after spending the last three seasons at Cincinnati • Worked as the Bearcats sole defensive coordinator in 2012 after serving as UC’s co-defensive coordinator in 2010 and 2011 • Also served as Bearcats recruiting coordinator for two seasons, signing the Big East’s top recruiting class according the Sporting News in 2011 • Coached UC’s defense to a Top 20 ranking in scoring defense in 2011 and 2012 • Guided UC to the nation’s leading defense in terms of tackles for loss (8.62 per game) and second in sacks (3.46) in 2011 • In 2012, coached Greg Blair to First Team All-Big Easthonors after the senior finished the season leading the Big East in tackles with 138 on the year • Coached 2011 Big East Co-Defensive Player of the Year and current Denver Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe as well as First Team All-Big East selections Drew Frey and JK Schaffer • Schaffer, a two-year captain, was the 2011 American Eagle Outfitters Big East Football Scholar-Athlete of the Year. He is just the fourth player in Big East history to register at least 100 tackles in three consecutive seasons, culminating in a career-high 114 stops in the 2011 season. He earned All-Big East First Team honors in 2011 after he ranked third in the conference in tackles (8.8 per game) • Prior to Cincinnati, spent five seasons at the University of Georgia (2005-09) • Coached the linebackers in all five seasons with the Bulldogs and served as co-defensive coordinator in 2009 • During his five years in Athens, helped the Bulldogs to 48 wins, two BCS Bowl games, an SEC Championship and finished in the Top 10 three times • In 2009, mentored Rennie Curran, who led the SEC in

 COACHING CAREER Year School Position Grand Valley State Grad Assistant 1991 1992-94 Wayne State Defensive Coordinator 1996 Central Florida Defensive Tackles 1996-98 Hillsdale (Mich.) Defensive Coordinator 1999-02 Grand Valley State Defensive Coord./Linebackers 2003 Central Michigan Defensive Line 2004 Central Michigan Defensive Coordinator/D-Line 2005-08 Georgia Linebackers Co-Defensive Coord./Linebackers 2009 Georgia 2010-12 Cincinnati Defensive Coord./Linebackers 2013- Tennessee Defensive Coordinator tackles and was a finalist for the Lombardi and Bendarik Awards before going to the play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers • In 2008, UGA linebacker Darryl Gamble earned the Bronco Nagurski National Player of the Week honor and received an ESPN Helmet Sticker from the College Gameday Final crew after intercepting a pair of passes for touchdowns against LSU • Coached at Central Michigan from 2003-04 working with the defensive line his first year and as defensive coordinator in the second season • Worked at Division II power, his alma mater, Grand Valley State from 1999-2002, helping GVSU to the D-II National Championship under current Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly in 2002 • Also worked at Wayne State (1992-96), Central Florida (1996), Hillsdale College in Michigan (1996-98) • Muskegeon, Mich., native, graduated from Grand Valley State in 1991 and earned a master’s degree from Wayne State in 1994 • Jancek and his wife Kelly have four children, Zac (16), Brock (13), Jack (11), and Brady (10) utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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WILLIE MARTINEZ

Asst. Head Coach -Defense / Def. BACKS

First Season At Tennessee MIAMI (FLA.) ‘85 • Coached and played in 15 bowl games while winning five conference titles and a national championship • Coached at Auburn in 2012, serving as secondary coach and marking his tenth year coaching in the SEC • During his impressive tenure has coached, in the last 12 years, 13 all-conference selections, 10 in the SEC, and four All-Americans, three in the SEC • In addition, 16 of Martinez’ athletes have had the honor of being drafted in the NFL draft, including 10 in the last seven seasons • Spent the 2010-11 seasons as the defensive backs coach at Oklahoma, helping Sooners to a 23-5 record and the Big 12 Championship in 2010 • The Sooners, led by All-American and current Denver Bronco Quinton Carter, led the Big 12 in scoring defense (22.1) and finished eighth in the NCAA in pass efficiency defense in 2010 • Prior to Oklahoma, worked as Georgia’s secondary coach from 2001-09 while earning a promotion to defensive coordinator in 2005 • While at Georgia, helped team to 90 wins, two SEC titles, three division crowns, seven bowl victories and six top 10 finishes, including No. 2 in 2007 and No. 3 in 2002 • While he was Georgia’s defensive coordinator from 2005-09, guided defense to several national top statistical rankings including eighth in scoring defense in 2005, fifth in passing defense, eighth in total defense in 2006 and eighth in sacks in 2007 • Served as assistant head coach and secondary coach at Central Michigan in 2000 as the Chippewas led the NCAA in passing defense (149.7 yards per game) • Worked as Central Michigan’s secondary coach in 1998-99, was the secondary coach at Eastern Michigan in 1997, defensive coordinator and secondary coach at Cen-

 COACHING CAREER Year Team Position 1985-86 Miami (Fla.) Graduate Assistant Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers 1988 Bethune-Cookman 1990 Boca Raton (Fla.) HS Secondary Olympic Heights (Fla.) HS Defensive Coord./Secondary 1991 1992-93 Grand Valley State Defensive Coord./Secondary 1994 Central Michigan Secondary Defensive Coord./Secondary 1995-96 Central Florida 1997 Eastern Michigan Secondary 1998-99 Central Michigan Secondary 2000 Central Michigan Asst. Head Coach/Secondary 2001-04 Georgia Secondary Defensive Coord./Secondary 2005-09 Georgia 2010-11 Oklahoma Secondary 2012 Auburn Secondary 2013- Tennessee Secondary tral Florida in 1995-96, secondary coach Central Michigan in 1994 when the Chippewas won the MAC Championship, and defensive coordinator and secondary coach at Grand Valley State in 1992-93 • Coached in the Florida high school ranks in 1991 at Olympic Heights H.S. and in 1990 at Boca Raton H.S. • In 1988 served as the quarterbacks and receivers coach at Bethune-Cookman helping the Wildcats to a MEAC Conference Championship. • Began coaching career as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, Miami (Fla.) from 1985-86 • A Hollywood Hills, Fla., native, played defensive back for four seasons at Miami, where he won the 1983 National Championship • Martinez and his wife Kim have three children, Christina, Ashley and William

ZACH AZZANNI

Recruiting Coordinator / WIDE RECEIVERS

First Season At Tennessee Central michigan ‘99 • Has been a part of six conference championship teams, and coached in 2013 Rose Bowl, his seventh bowl game and second BCS game in which he has coached • Spent 2012 as the wide receivers coach at Wisconsin, coaching Jared Abbrederis to First Team All-Big Ten honors. while helping Wisconsin to a Big Ten Championship • Served as the offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach for Western Kentucky for a single season in 2011, helping lead the Sun Belt’s biggest turnaround • WKU featured the nation’s No. 2 rusher in 2011, Bobby Rainey (141.3 rushing yards per game, 1,695 total yards and 13 touchdowns). WKU tight end Jack Doyle was also the top receiving tight end in the Sun Belt and finished fifth among tight ends in the country in receiving yards 20

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 COACHING CAREER Year Team Position 1999-00 Valparaiso Wide Receivers 2001-02 Bowling Green Graduate Asst., Offense 2003-06 Bowling Green Wide Receivers 2007-09 Central Michigan Asst. Head Coach/ Wide Receivers 2010 Florida Passing Game Coord./ Wide Receivers 2011 Western Kentucky Offensive Coord./ Wide Receivers 2012 Wisconsin Wide Receivers 2013- Tennessee Recruiting Coord./ Wide Receivers


MARK ELDER

Assistant Coach - TIGHT ENDS/SPECIAL TEAMS

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mark for the second time while also surpassing the 3,000yard receiving mark for his career • Anderson and Brown signed NFL contracts, with Brown starting for the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV • Brown was named the Steelers’ team MVP in 2011 and earned a Pro Bowl selection after becoming the first player in NFL history with at least 1,000 yards receiving (1,108) and at least 1,000 return yards (1,062) in the same season • Spent 2001-06 at Bowling Green, where he began as a graduate assistant for the offense. He was hired full-time as the wide receivers coach before the 2003 season. His Bowling Green receivers broke nearly every school receiving record. In 2004, he coached a group that produced four receivers with 1,000 yards receiving, and was ranked third-best in the nation by Athlon Sports • Five of his receivers at Bowling Green signed professional contracts • Graduated with a degree in Sports Management in 1999 from Central Michigan, playing wide receiver for the Chippewas from 1994-98 •Azzanni and his wife, Julia, have three daughters: Ava (5), Lyla (4) and Zia (1)

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• Was hired by Urban Meyer at Florida following the 2009 regular season and coached in the Gators’ appearance in the 2010 Sugar Bowl. In that game, Tim Tebow ended his career with a personal-best 482 passing yards. Spent the 2010 season at Florida, coaching the wide receivers and serving as the passing game coordinator as UF defeated Penn State in the Outback Bowl • Spent three seasons (2007-09) as the assistant head coach and receivers coach at his alma mater, Central Michigan • His 2009 wide receiver unit was one of the most prolific in college football, ranked ninth in the nation by Athlon Sports, while he was named college football’s Wide Receivers Coach of the Year by FootballScoop.com in 2009 • In 2009, Bryan Anderson established an NCAA mark with a catch in 53 consecutive games while his teammate, Antonio Brown had a streak of 40 consecutive games with a catch. Anderson and Brown combined for 49 career touchdown receptions, which at the time tied them for the top active duo in the country for combined touchdown receptions • Anderson recorded more than 3,500 yards receiving in his career and Brown eclipsed the 1,000-yard receiving

First Season At Tennessee CASE WESTERN RESERVE ‘00 • Coached in seven bowl games, including one BCS bowl game in helping his teams to four conference championships • Joins Tennessee after three seasons at Cincinnati (2010-12) where he spent each of his seasons with the Bearcats coaching a different position • In 2012, coached safeties and served as the special teams coordinator • Mentored running backs for the Bearcats in 2011 and tight ends in 2010 • Helped the Bearcats to back-to-back conference titles in 2011 and 2012 • Tutored 2011 First Team All-Big East and Big East Offensive Player of the Year Isaiah Pead in 2011, who became the first Bearcat to record consecutive 1,000-yard seasons in nearly 25 years • Offensively in 2011, UC averaged 385 yards per game, and ranked No. 1 in the BIG EAST in overall yardage and rushing yardage while scoring an average of 33.3 points per game on the way to a BIG EAST Conference Championship and a win in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl over SEC foe Vanderbilt • Coached Second Team All-Big East tight end Ben Guidugli in 2010 • In 2010, Cincinnati led the Big East in scoring offense (27.1 ppg), total offense (417.3 ypg), passing offense (260.7 ypg), first downs (21.9 ypg), third-down conversions (45.6 pct.) and touchdown passes (27) • Spent three seasons coaching linebackers at Central Michigan from 2007-09 • Produced an all-conference linebacker in each of his three seasons with the Chippewas • Nick Bellore was an all-conference first team pick in 2008 and 2009, following in the footsteps of former CMU standouts Red Keith and Ike Brown in 2007 • Keith’s 474 career stops rank second in school history

 COACHING CAREER Year Team 2000-01 Akron 2002 Lehigh 2003 Iona 2004 Wayne State 2005-06 Michigan 2007-09 Central Michigan 2010 Cincinnati 2011 Cincinnati 2012 Cincinnati 2013- Tennessee

Position Grad Asst., Defensive Backs Asst. Linebackers Defensive Coord./Linebackers Defensive Coord./Linebackers Grad Asst./Defense Linebackers Tight Ends Running Backs Safeties/Special Teams Tight Ends/Special Teams

and seventh in NCAA Bowl Subdivision history • Served as a graduate assistant at Michigan from 200506 under Lloyd Carr where he worked with the UM linebackers, including All-Big Ten selections David Harris and Shawn Crable • The 2006 Michigan defense led the nation in rushing yards allowed (43.4 yards/game) and ranked 10th in total defense (268.3 yards/game allowed) • Previously served as the defensive coordinator at Wayne State (2004) and Iona (2003), also serving as the linebackers coach at both institutions • Worked with a pair of All-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference linebackers at Iona and directed a defense that ranked first in the MAAC in total defense and second in scoring and rushing defense • A 2000 graduate of Case Western Reserve in Cleveland, Ohio, where he graduated cum laude with a degree in economics and was a three-time all-conference selection as a defensive back • Earned his master’s degree in eduction from Akron in 2001 • Elder is married to his wife, Lindsey utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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ROBERT GILLESPIE Assistant Coach - RUNNING BACKS

First Season At Tennessee FLORIDA ‘05 • Been a part of teams that have appeared in 11 bowl games and two conference championships (as a player with Florida in 2000, as a coach with West Virginia in 2011) • Coached in seven bowl games, including the Pinstripe (2012), Orange (2011), Alamo (2010), Cotton (2010, 2009 season), Outback (2009), Liberty (2006), and Independence (2005) • Served as running backs coach at West Virginia under Dana Holgorsen (2011-12), at Oklahoma State under Mike Gundy (2009-10), and at South Carolina under Steve Spurrier (2005 as GA/Video, 2006-08 as running backs coach) • Coached for eight seasons, and those teams are a combined 65-37 (.637) • The 2012 Mountaineers team rushed for 171.8 yards per game, almost a 50 yards per game improvement over the team’s 2011 total (122.7) • In 2012, coached running back Andrew Buie, who rushed for a career-high 207 yards at Texas • Coached current NFL running backs Kendall Hunter (San Francisco 49ers) and Keith Toston (Jacksonville Jaguars) at Oklahoma State. Hunter was an All-American for OSU in 2010 and played in Super Bowl XLVII for the 49ers • Coached three All-Big 12 runners at Oklahoma State: Hunter, Toston, and fullback Bryant Ward • At OSU in 2010, Hunter was ninth in the nation with 1,548 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns for a Cowboys offense that

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Team South Carolina South Carolina Oklahoma State West Virginia Tennessee

Position Grad Assistant, Video Running Backs Running Backs Running Backs Running Backs

ranked No. 3 nationally in total offense. The Cowboys rushed for 2,267 yards that season (174.4 yards per game) and led the conference in rushing offense in Big 12 games at 187.8 yards per game • In his first season as the Gamecocks’ running backs coach, the team averaged 144.3 rushing yards, jumping the team’s rushing offense ranking from No. 108 the year before to No. 49 while producing a 61 percent increase in rushing yards • Four-year letterman at Florida at running back that rushed for 1,854 yards and served as team captain in 2001. Graduated from Florida in 2005 • Ended his Florida career ranking second all-time for the Gators in receptions (96) and receiving yards (1,091) by a running back • A native of Hattiesburg, Miss., he and his wife, Crystal, have a daughter, Nola (2), and a son, Wynston (1)

DON MAHONEY

Assistant Coach - OFFENSIVE LINE

First Season At Tennessee west virginia state ‘93 • Helped guide his teams to seven bowl games and five conference titles • Joins Tennessee after three seasons as the offensive line coach at Cincinnati (2010-12) where he coached five Bearcats to All-Big East selections during his tenure • One All-Big East selection included 2010 second team All-Big East offensive lineman Jason Kelce, a 2011 Philadelphia Eagles draft pick who started every game as a rookie • In 2011, UC averaged 385 yards per game, and ranked No. 1 in the BIG EAST in overall yardage and rushing yardage while scoring an average of 33.3 points per game on the way to a BIG EAST Conference Championship and a win in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl over SEC foe Vanderbilt. • The Bearcats led the Big East in rushing in 2011 and 2012 with a combined 189.1 yards per game • In 2010, Cincinnati led the Big East in scoring offense (27.1 ppg), total offense (417.3 ypg), passing offense (260.7 ypg), first downs (21.9 ypg), third-down conversions (45.6 pct.) and touchdown passes (27) • Coached offensive lineman at Central Michigan from 2007-09, during which time Chippewa offensive lineman received a total of six All-MAC selections • In 2009, the CMU offense allowed just 1.21 sacks per game, second in the MAC and 21st in the FBS. For his efforts on the line, redshirt freshman left tackles Jake Olson earned freshman All-America honordable mention acco22

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 COACHING CAREER Year Team 1993-94 Central Michigan 1995-98 Central Michigan 1999-2006 Tulane 2007-09 Central Michigan 2010-12 Cincinnati 2013- Tennessee

Position Graduate Assistant Tight Ends Offensive Line Offensive Line Offensive Line Offensive Line

lades from CollegeFootballNews.com • Spent eight seasons at Tulane coaching the offensive line • At Tulane, his offensive lines paved the way for the top rusher, all-purpose yardage gainer, top passer, and top scorer in school history • Before joining Tulane, spent his first six seasons as a coach at Central Michigan where he tutord a total of six All-MAC selections for the Chippewas • Mahoney was an all-conference selection and threeyear starter at guard for Marshall University, serving as team captain as a senior in 1990. He was a student assistant at Marshall when the Thundering Herd claimed the 1992 Division I-AA national championship • Earned his bachelor’s degree from West Virginia State in 1993. • Mahoney and his wife Carissa have three children, Jacob (12), Tulia (10), and Domenic (7)


Assistant Coach - LINEBACKERS

• Spent last four seasons in the SEC at Auburn, winning the 2010 season BCS Championship • Coached and played in six bowl games in his career • Worked as Tigers’ linebackers coach in 2012 after serving as safeties coach from 2009-11 • Helped Auburn to ninth-best rushing defense in the NCAA in 2010 (109.1 yards per game) • Came to Auburn after working four seasons at his alma mater, North Carolina from 2005-08, where he was the Tar Heels’ linebackers coach • Named one of the nation’s Top 25 recruiters by Rivals. com in 2007 • Coached at Illinois for two seasons as linebackers coach in 2004 and cornerbacks coach in 2003 • Spent 2001 and 2002 at Bowling Green as the Falcons cornerbacks and special teams coach • First full-time coaching job came as linebackers coach at Tennessee State in 2000 • Served as a graduate assistant at North Carolina from 1998-99 • After an All-ACC career at UNC, was drafted by the New York Giants in the fifth round of the 1993 draft

 COACHING CAREER Year Team 1998-99 North Carolina 2000 Tennessee State 2001-02 Bowling Green 2003 Illinois 2004 Illinois 2005-08 North Carolina 2009-11 Auburn 2012 Auburn 2013- Tennessee

Position Graduate Assistant Linebackers Cornerbacks, Special Teams Cornerbacks Linebackers Linebackers Safeties Linebackers Linebackers

• Also played for the Barcelona Dragons in the World League of American Football in 1995-96 • Won four letters as a linebacker with UNC and served as team captain as a senior in 1992 • Thigpen and his wife, Jacinda, have two children, Asia (7) and Raja (3)

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First Season At Tennessee NORTH CAROLINA ‘93

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TOMMY THIGPEN

DAVE LAWSON

DIRECTOR OF STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

First Season At Tennessee WEST VIRGINIA TECH ‘92 • Has been a part of 10 teams that played in bowl games, and four that won conference titles • Spent last three years at Cincinnati as the Assistant Athletic Director of Sports Performance and Director of Football strength and conditioning at the University of Cincinnati • Spent three years at Central Michigan University (2007-09) where he oversaw and directed the strength and conditioning efforts for all 16 CMU varsity athletic programs • Certified strength and conditioning coach by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Association and a certified speed and explosion specialist by the National Association of Speed and Explosion • Coached seven Strength and Conditioning All-Americans, eight football All-Americans and more than 80 football players either drafted or signed as free agents by the NFL • In 2009, recognized as a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach, the highest honor presented in the field, by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCA) • Has coached 20 athletes to Strength and Conditioning All-America honors • Spent six years working at Eastern Michigan University as the head strength and conditioning coach from 2001-06 • Worked at West Virginia for seven seasons from 1994-01 • Started as a graduate assistant in 1994 before being named assistant strength and conditioning coordinator in May 1995.

 COACHING CAREER Year Team 1992-93 West Virginia Tech 1994-95 West Virginia 1995-01 West Virginia 2001-06 Eastern Michigan 2007-09 Central Michigan 2010-12 Cincinnati 2013- Tennessee

Position Assistant Graduate Assistant Asst. Strength Coach Head Strength Coach Director of Strength and Conditioning Asst. AD of Sports Performance & Football Strength & Conditioning Director of Strength and Conditioning

• Began career as an undergraduate at West Virginia Tech, as student assistant on both the strength and conditioning staff and football coaching staff • Named head strength and conditioning coach at his alma mater and served as an assistant on the football staff, coaching defensive linemen and special teams in 1992 and 1993 • Earned a bachelor of arts degree in physical education from West Virginia Institute of Technology in 1992 and a master of science degree in physical education from West Virginia University in 1995 • Lawson and his wife, Shannon, have four children, Brittleigh (13), Emma (11), Maggie (8) and J.D. (5)

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MIKE VOLLMAR

SENIOR ASSOCIATE AD/FB ADMINISTRATION

FIRST Season At Tennessee SIENA HEIGHTS ‘88 • A veteran of 25 years in college athletics, Vollmar oversees the operations of the Tennessee football program and is a member senior executive staff • He has been a part of 17 bowl games during his career while helping his teams to four conference titles and a national championship • Comes to the Vols from Michigan, where he spent the last two years as the associate athletic director for football helping guide the Wolverines to back-to-back bowl appearances including a 2011 BCS Sugar Bowl Championship as Michigan finished the year with an 11-2 record • Spent 2008-10 at Alabama where he oversaw the administration of the football program during a time in which the Crimson Tide went 36-5, won the 2009 BCS National Championship and SEC title and appeared in three consecutive bowl games • Worked as an assistant athletic director and director of football operations at Michigan State from 1996-2007, overseeing all phases of the Spartan football program’s operations while also managing construction of a new $12 million football facility • The Spartans appeared in six bowl games during his tenure (’96 Sun, ’97 Aloha, ’00 Citrus, ’01 Silicon Valley, ’03 Alamo and ’07 Champs Sports) • Prior to Michigan State, worked for five years at Syracuse (1991-95), during which time the Orangemen finished 41-15-1, won three bowl games in his five years (’92 Hall of Fame, ’93 Fiesta, and ’96 Gator Bowls) and captured the Lambert Trophy championship in 1992

• At Syracuse, Vollmar was responsible for oversight of recruiting and administration, and four players recruited during his tenure were named to the Syracuse All-Century Team (Donovan McNabb, Kevin Abrams, Donovan Darius, and Kevin Johnson) • Began his career from 1988-90 with Michigan serving as assistant recruiting coordinator and in athletic administration under the late Bo Schembechler and Gary Moeller. During his Michigan tenure, the Wolverines went 28-7-1, winning three Big Ten Championships, with two Rose Bowl appearances and a Gator Bowl appearance • Mike’s father, James, was a running back at Michigan from 1956-58 • Earned a master’s degree in sport management from the United States Sports Academy in 1999, where he was recently named Alumnus of the Year for 2010. • Vollmar currently serves on the Rose Bowl Advisory Committee, the AFCA National Committee for Directors of Football Operations and U.S. Sports Academy Alumni Board • Received a bachelor’s degree in history with a minor in speech communication from Siena Heights University in 1988, where he was a pole vaulter on the Saints track and field team • A native of Riverview, Mich., Vollmar graduated from Riverview High School in 1983, the same school that produced former University of Michigan head coach Lloyd Carr, former Vanderbilt head coach Woody Widenhofer and former Colorado head coach Bill McCartney • He and his wife, Tami, have a daughter, Bailey Lauren

BRAD PENDERGRASS DIRECTOR OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS

FOURTH Season At Tennessee Tennessee ‘98 • Brad Pendergrass returned to Knoxville in 2010 as UT’s director of football operations • 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 Butch Jones’ liaison to all athletics department support units that assist the football team • In 2012, Pendergrass was named to serve on athletic director Dave Hart’s senior administrative staff • Prior to his return to Rocky Top, Pendergrass held the same position for one season at Wisconsin after a fiveyear stint at Mississippi State. His first full-time position, however, was at Tennessee with his alma mater in football recruiting • Pendergrass made the move to Wisconsin in 2009 as the Badgers’ director of football operations and handled the team’s administrative operations, budget, travel, and nonconference scheduling as well as other administrative duties under head coach Bret Bielema 24

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• 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 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


ASSISTANT to the Head Coach

• Chris Spognardi spent the last six seasons working directly with current UT head coach Butch Jones at Cincinnati and Central Michigan • Part of two BIG EAST championship teams at Cincinnati and two MAC title teams at Central Michigan • Joins the Vols from Cincinnati where he served as the chief of staff in 2011 and 2012 • Began his career with the Bearcats as the administrative coordinator • At Cincinnati, was responsible for day-to-day operations of the football program

• Served as video coordinator at Central Michigan in 2009 • Spent three seasons as a student assistant with the Chippewas • Earned bachelor’s degree in applied arts and sports management from Central Michigan in 2008 • Began college career at Ashland University (Ohio) where he played wide receiver in 2004 and 2005 • A native of Mansfield, Ohio, he and his wife Nicole, have a son Anthony

BOB WELTON

DIRECTOR OF PLAYER PERSONNEL

STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

FIRST Season At Tennessee CENTRAL MICHIGAN ‘08

GENERAL

CHRIS SPOGNARDI

FIRST Season At Tennessee ADRIAN COLLEGE (MICH.) ‘91 • A veteran of the NFL ranks, Welton spent the last nine years with the Cleveland Browns • Welton served as a college scout with the Browns from 2004-13. During his first two years, Welton was the team’s BLESTO scout in charge of covering the Midwest. • Prior to joining the Browns, he served seven years as a head high school football coach • Welton spent the 2003 season with Coloma (Mich.) High School where he guided the team to its first undefeated season and first playoff victory in school history. For his efforts, he was named Lakeland Conference and MHSFCA Region 5 Coach of the Year • Prior to Coloma, Welton spent six seasons as head coach at South Haven (Mich.) High School where he helped revive the program and rebuild the school’s football stadium. Welton also served as head track coach at

South Haven from 2001 until his departure. He taught physical education at the school from 1997 until 2003, when he began teaching special education • Welton also has coached baseball and served as an assistant varsity football coach at Adrian (Mich.) High School from 1990-96 • Born in Toledo, Ohio and grew up in Luna Pier, Michigan, Welton attended Erie-Mason High School • He earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education/health from Adrian (Mich.) College in 1991, where he played quarterback and was part of two MIAA championship teams. Welton did his post-graduate work at both Eastern Michigan University and Grand Valley State University • Welton and his wife, Laura, have a son, Tye, and a daughter, Brooke

SCOTT ALTIZER Director - HIGH SCHOOL Relations 20th Season At Tennessee Furman ‘93 • Scott Altizer is in his second tenure on the Vols football staff having served in different capacities on the staffs of Butch Jones, Derek Dooley and Phillip Fulmer during his 20-year career at Tennessee • Altizer returned to the football staff in September 2011 after a brief stint in the athletic department’s event management department

• Altizer has worked in many capacities during his tenure at the university including the position of Director of Football Relations where he was in charge of overseeing all facets of the recruiting process for the Vols • Those duties included the day-to-day operation of the recruiting office, overseeing official and unofficial prospect visits, head coaches recruiting schedule and travel, utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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• Altizer began his athletic administration career as a graduate assistant in the football recruiting office in 1994. He then served as the Director of High School Relations and was promoted to the Coordinator of Football Operations and was in that role thru the 2008 season • Altizer is a native of Morristown, Tenn. and attended Furman University where he was a four year baseball letterman and enjoyed a brief professional career after graduation in 1993 • He and his wife, the former Sandy Apple of Morristown, have two girls, Samantha and Sarah

ANTONE DAVIS VOL FOR LIFE COORDINATOR SECOND Season At Tennessee Tennessee ‘90 • Antone Davis is entering his second season as the Vol For Life Coordinator for the football team • A Tennessee football All-American and longtime NFL offensive tackle Antone Davis returned to UT after more than two decades after he played with the Vols and earned the Jacobs Blocking Trophy in his senior season of 1990 • Davis spent seven years in the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles and Atlanta Falcons, playing from 1991-97. He started 87 of his 97 NFL games on the offensive line. Davis was a first-round draft pick by the Philadelphia Eagles in 1991, who selected him eighth overall • With the Vols, Davis manned the outside of a highly touted offensive line, lettering from 1987-90. He earned the Jacobs Blocking Award as the SEC’s top blocker in his

All-American season of 1990. Davis helped create holes for tailback Tony Thompson in 1990, allowing him to rush for 1,261 yards that season. Davis was a part of two SEC Championship teams, in 1989 and 1990. The Vols captured three bowl games in his tenure, winning the 1991 Sugar Bowl over Virginia, the 1990 Cotton Bowl over Arkansas and the 1988 Peach Bowl over Indiana. The Volunteers were ranked eighth in the final AP bowl of his senior season in 1990 and fifth in his junior year of 1989 • The ultimate goal of the VFL program is to reshape the culture of the program into one that produces not only great players and teams, but even greater men • A native of Fort Valley, Ga., Davis and his wife, Carrie, currently live in Knoxville and have four children

HEATHER ERVIN

AssT. Director - Football OPerationS

12th Season At Tennessee Troy ‘99 • Heather Ervin is in her 12th year on the University of Tennessee’s football staff and her fifth as the only female in the Southeastern Conference to hold the title of Assistant Director for Football Operations • Ervin helps to manage the head football coach’s daily schedule, while assisting with all non-coaching aspects associated with football operations. This includes arranging summer employment opportunities for studentathletes and working closely with the Thornton Center in monitoring student-athletes’ class attendance • In addition, she 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 sta26

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tioned 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 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 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, 11 and Jada, 7 and nephew Jordan, 15


SPORTS TECHNOLOGY COORDINATOR

• Joe Harrington enters his 23rd season at Tennessee as the Vols’ sports technology coordinator • 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 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

Condredge Holloway AssT. AD/Student-AthletE Relations

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23rd Season At Tennessee Tennessee ‘90

GENERAL

JOE HARRINGTON

16th Season At Tennessee Tennessee ‘91 • Condredge Holloway is approaching his 16th 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 • In 2011, 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 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 interception-to-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 All-SEC and All-America honors as a shortstop in 1975 and finished with a .353 career batting average • Holloway -- still the owner of UT’s longest hitting streak at 27 games -- was selected to Tennessee’s AllCentury Baseball Team, making him the only UT studentathlete 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 induction in Alabama Sports Hall of Fame, Holloway is a member of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame, Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame and the Tennessee 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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Allison Maurer Sports Nutritionist

seventh Season At Tennessee Olivet Nazarene ‘02 • Allison Maurer’s commitment to excellence in sports nutrition is a big part of the Tennessee winning edge • Maurer is one of only 21 full-time Sports Dietitians at the NCAA Division I level. She is responsible for all nutrition education with the Vols and Lady Vols athletes • As part of her duties, Maurer conducts groceryshopping tours for student-athletes, weight-gain and weight-loss programs and performance nutrition -- what Maurer calls “fueling for performance” • She handles meal planning for football and assists with meal planning for baseball, women’s basketball, women’s swimming and rowing. Maurer works closely with Team ENHANCE and Team EXCEL in working with eating disorders, disordered eating, and substance abuse. She conducts body composition testing for various sports teams and educates athletes on how to fuel to improve body composition

• Maurer also teaches an undergraduate nutrition class, “Sports Nutrition for Athletes,” while handling the budgeting, ordering and distribution of NCAA-compliant 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, Emilio and Nico

Roger C. Woods Team Chaplain

FOURTH Season At Tennessee Clayton State College ‘98 • 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) where he serves with Coach Holly Warlick, Coach Cuonzo Martin, Coach Butch Jones and the entire UT Athletic Department. • In addition, Chaplain Woods has also participated in several community initiatives: 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., Juvenile Advocate for DeKalb County for the Winning Circle Inc.; just to name a few. Not only does Chaplain Woods have an awesome ability to reach and mentor people, but he is also an extraordinary role model. 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 NFL receiver. • Chaplain Woods is married to Tia M. Woods and they have three children, Derrick Ezekiel, Faith Alexandria and Christian Alexander.

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Administrative Assistant

KIM MILLIGAN

Administrative Assistant

ANGELA SCHWINGE Administrative Assistant


CODY KEMPT FIRST Season At Tennessee MONTANA STATE ‘10 • Cody Kempt comes to Tennessee after one season as an offensive graduate assistant at Cincinnati • Helped lead the Bearcats to a BIG EAST championship and was part of the staff that captured a Belk Bowl victory over Duke • Following graduation in 2010, he served as an offen-

sive graduate assistant at Montana State in 2011 • Played quarterback for the Bobcats for three seasons, throwing for 2,575 yards and 21 touchdowns in 22 games • Began his football career at the University of Oregon where he redshirted in 2006 and played three games in 2007

ANTHONY PARKER GRADUATE ASSISTANT - OFFENSE

FIRST Season At Tennessee TENNESSEE ‘08 • Anthony Parker returns to Tennessee after serving as a graduate assistant at Mississippi State (2011-12) and Morgan State (2009-10) • A four-year letterman for the Vols from 2005-08 • Played in 44 career games on the offensive line for Tennessee, including 38 starts, predominantly as an offensive guard • Started all 14 games of the 2007 season, including the

2007 SEC Championship Game, and also started 12 games in 2006 and 2008 as well as one as a freshman at center in 2005 • Named a second team All-American by the Associated Press in 2007 • Also a first team All-SEC honoree from both the AP and league coaches in 2007 as well as second team AP/ Coaches All-SEC accolades in 2008

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CHASE GIBSON

GRADUATE ASSISTANT - DEFENSE

FIRST Season At Tennessee MARSHALL ‘07 • Chase Gibson arrives at Tennessee after spending the 2012 season as a defensive graduate assistant under Butch Jones at Cincinnati • Helped lead the Bearcats to a BIG EAST championship and was part of the staff that captured a Belk Bowl victory over Duke • Previously served as an assistant linebackers coach and strength and conditioning graduate assistant at UT-

Martin in 2011 • Also spent two years as a physical education teacher and football coach at George Rogers Clark High School in Winchester, Ky., and one year as a coach at Pike County Central High School in his hometown of Pikeville, Ky. • Graduated from Marshall with a degree in physical education after a knee injury ended his playing career during his freshman season in 2007.

LARRY KNIGHT

GRADUATE ASSISTANT - DEFENSE

FIRST Season At Tennessee CENTRAL MICHIGAN ‘10 • Larry Knight comes to Tennessee after spending the past year as a defensive graduate assistant on Butch Jones’ staff at Cincinnati • Helped lead the Bearcats to a BIG EAST championship and was part of the staff that captured a Belk Bowl victory over Duke • Was a four-year letterwinner as a defensive end at Central Michigan from 2006-09, playing his final three years under Jones • Played in 54 career games at CMU starting in 23 of

them including every game during his senior campaign, earning third-team All-MAC honors while helping lead the Chippewas to a conference championship • In his four years at CMU, he made 123 tackles, including 25 for a loss, deflected three passes, forced two fumbles and recorded 13.5 sacks for 79 yards • Participated in four bowl games as a player, while also winning three MAC Conference Championships. • A native of Augusta, Ga., he majored in entrepreneurship at Central Michigan, graduating in 2010 utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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DERRICK LETT

OFFENSIVE QUALITY CONTROL

FIRST Season At Tennessee BOWLING GREEN ‘06 • Derrick Lett comes to Tennessee after spending the last four seasons as the passing game coordinator at Bowling Green (Ohio) High School • Began his coaching career at Bowling Green High School in 2009 where he was responsible for the quarterbacks and wide receivers • Played at Bowling Green from 2001-05 under the direction of current Tennessee wide receiver’s coach Zach

Azzanni where he was a part of a 2004 receiving corps that was was ranked third-best in the nation by Athlon Sports • Part of two bowl game victories during his time at Bowling Green defeating Northwestern in the Motor City Bowl 28-24 in 2003 followed by a 52-35 win over Memphis in the GMAC Bowl following the 2004 season • Lett and his wife Andi have two daughters Jaela (4) and Alise (2)

TERRY FAIR

DEFENSIVE QUALITY CONTROL

FIRST Season At Tennessee TENNESSEE ‘10 • Terry Fair was a four-year starter at defensive back for UT from 1994-97 • Two-time All-SEC honoree in 1996 and 1997 as a DB and an All-SEC punt returner in 1996, also earned SEC AllFreshman honors in 1994 • Ranks tied for seventh all-time in UT history with 30 passes defended (19 PBU, 11 INT) • First-round draft pick of the Detroit Lions (20th overall) in the 1998 NFL Draft • Played six seasons in the NFL with the Lions, Carolina Panthers and St. Louis Rams, accumulating 215 tackles, one sack and seven interceptions

• In his rookie season, was named to the NFL AllRookie Team, the All-Pro Team and was tabbed as an alternate for the Pro Bowl • Spent three years on the coaching staff at Phoenix College following his pro career, sending four DBs to Division I schools to continue their collegiate careers • Most recently was a co-host of “The Drive,” a sports talk radio show on WNOX in Knoxville • Earned a degree in psychology from Tennessee in 2010 through the athletic department’s Renewing Academic Commitment program • Fair is married to Sherlone and has three children, Herandre, Delon and Ariyah

GREG MEYER

SPECIAL TEAMS QUALITY CONTROL

FIRST Season At Tennessee CASE WESTERN RESERVE ‘10 • Greg Meyer comes to Tennessee after spending the 2012 season on Butch Jones’ staff at Cincinnati as the special teams quality control assistant • Helped lead the Bearcats to a BIG EAST championship and was part of the staff that captured a Belk Bowl victory over Duke • Served as a graduate assistant at Mississippi State in 2010 and 2011 working with special teams aiding the Bulldogs in the 2010 Gator Bowl and 2011 Music City Bowl, also a part of two MSU teams that won the Egg Bowl

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• Helped lead Case Western Reserve to three consecutive undefeated regular seasons and league championships from 2007-09 • Was a 2008 First Team All-UAA selection as a running back • Served as an intern in the Mississippi State football program in 2009 • Spent the summer of 2008 as an intern with the University of South Florida football program


MIKE SZERSZEN FIRST Season At Tennessee CHARLESTON (W. VA.) ‘01

• Part of two BIG EAST Championship teams at the University of Cincinnati • Spent three seasons with the Bearcats, serving as director of football strength & conditioning with Cincinnati in 2011 and 2012 • Spent three years as the head strength and conditioning coach at Eastern Michigan University from 2007-09 • Oversaw strength & conditioning efforts for all 21 varsity sports, working closely with the football team at EMU • Prior to taking over the head spot at EMU, worked four years as an assistant to current UT director of strength and

conditioning Dave Lawson from 2002-06 • Served as assistant strength and conditioning coach at the United States Military Academy (Army) in 2002 • Was a graduate assistant and volunteer strength and conditioning coach and at West Virginia University in 2000-02 • Earned a master’s degree in athletic coaching education from WVU in 2002 • Received bachelor’s degree from University of Charleston (W.Va.) in sports medicine in 2001 • Recently engaged to Kristen Keve

GREG ADAMSON Assistant STRENGTH COACH

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FIRST Season At Tennessee WINTHROP ‘08

• Comes to Tennessee after serving as the assistant strength and conditioning coach at Winthrop in 2011-12 • While at Winthrop, he developed training regimens and programs for women’s basketball, baseball, men’s & women’s Soccer, track and field, men’s tennis, and lacrosse • Served as a graduate assistant for strength and conditioning at Central Michigan for two years, where he worked with four top 25 teams

• He received his Master of Arts in sport administration from Central Michigan in 2010 • During his senior year Adamson was named the 2008 Major of the Year in the physical education program • Earned a Bachelor of Science in health and exercise science from Winthrop in 2008 • Coached football and baseball at Rock Hill High School in South Carolina from 2006-08

IKE BROWN

Assistant STRENGTH COACH

FIRST Season At Tennessee CENTRAL MICHIGAN ‘08

• Comes to Tennessee after playing for four seasons in the CFL for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats from 2009-2012 • A four-year letterwinner at Central Michigan from 2003-07 • Began his career as a running back under the tutelage of Butch Jones in 2003, before moving to safety in 2004

and finally linebacker for the remainder of his career • Reunited with Jones during his senior season, Jones’ first as head coach of the Chippewas. • Signed as an undrafted free agent with the Atlanta Falcons in 2008

BRANDON MYLES Assistant STRENGTH COACH

FIRST Season At Tennessee WEST VIRGINIA ‘06

• Comes to the University of Tennessee after spending three seasons at the University of Cincinnati, two as an offensive assistant before moving to strength and conditioning in January 2012 • Spent one year in same position at Central Michigan. • A 2006 graduate of West Virginia University, Myles was a four-year letterwinner for the Mountaineers • Started 29 games at WVU, catching 76 passes for 1,196 yards and 13 touchdowns

• Ranks 10th among WVU receivers in career touchdown receptions • Took part in the 2007 Under Armour Senior Bowl • Prior to entering the coaching ranks, Myles spent three years in the pro ranks with the New York Giants and with the Saskatchewan Roughriders and Hamilton TigerCats in the CFL utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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ROGER FRAZIER Equipment Manager

30th Season At Tennessee Tennessee ‘82 • 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 • 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

Assistant Equipment Manager

28th Season At Tennessee Tennessee ‘84 • Parrott begins his 28th season this year as assistant equipment manager under the direction of Roger Frazier • He 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. They enjoy boating on Norris Lake as well as camping and snow skiing

ALLEN SITZLER

Assistant Equipment Manager

SIXTH Season At Tennessee Tennessee ‘00 • Allen Sitzler, better known as ‘Hawk’, 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 graduated from Cleveland High School and then Cleveland State Community College, playing base-

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ball 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


JASON McVEIGH 15th Season At Tennessee Tennessee ‘96 • Jason McVeigh enters his eighth season as Director of Sports Medicine at Tennessee, and his 15th 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 • Under his 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 stateof-the-art physical therapy clinic, 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 certified athletic trainer and is also a board certified specialist in sports physical therapy • 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. 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. He is married to the former Jennifer Bruorton of Marietta, Ga., and they are the parents of twins, Caitlin and Carson, 5; and Kennedy, 2

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Director of Sports medicine

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DR. CHRIS KLENCK TEAM PHYSICIAN

eighth Season At Tennessee Purdue ‘95 • Dr. Chris Klenck enters his eighth season as the head team physician on the UT Sports Medicine staff • Klenck 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

• In January 2013, was named the Sports Medicine Person of the Year by the Tennessee Athletic Trainers’ Society (TATS) • 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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ROBB DUNCANSON ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC TRAINER

EIGHTH SEASON AT TENNESSEE ELMIRA ‘99 • Entering his eighth season as UT’s Assistant Director of Sports Medicine for football and women’s golf • In addition to being a Certified Athletic Trainer, he is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist • 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 • Came to the Vols in 2006 after four years 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 • 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, a UT letterwinner. The Duncansons have a daughter, Avery, and a son, Cade

LOGAN MERRITT ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC TRAINER

THIRD SEASON AT TENNESSEE WEST VIRGINIA ‘04 • Logan Merritt began as an Assistant Director of Sports Medicine in 2011, marking his fifth season overall working with UT athletics • In addition to his role with the football team, Merritt also oversees the sports medicine needs of the men’s golf team, 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

• Also previously worked as a season-long intern athletic trainer with the NFL’s Houston Texans in 2004-05 • 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

JOHN DEAN

DIRECTOR OF REHABILITATION

EIGHTH SEASON AT TENNESSEE SAN DIEGO STATE ‘00 • John Dean, MPT, SCS, ATC, is beginning his eighth 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 • In the fall of 2012, Dean spent two weeks in Vail, Colo. helping members of the U.S. Ski team prepare for their upcoming season • 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 Cal34

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ifornia, 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


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 public research universities in the nation. It helped solidify strategies for growing the research base and graduate programs, improving graduation rates and attracting and retaining top faculty. 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 fer-

tilizers for the developing world. He serves of the board of directors for the Association of Public and Land Grant Universities (APLU), as chairman of the group’s Commission on Food, Environment and Renewable Resources and as a member of the APLU Presidential Advisory Committee on Energy. He 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. 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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FIFTH Year At Tennessee Texas A&M ‘69

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DR. JIMMY G. CHEEK

DR. DONALD BRUCE Faculty Athletic Representative

15th Year At Tennessee Drew University ‘94 Donald Bruce is the Douglas and Brenda Horne Professor of Business in the Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) and the Department of Economics at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He joined the UTK faculty in 1999 after receiving his M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics from Syracuse University and his B.A. with honors in Economics from Drew University. As a CBER economist, Dr. Bruce regularly provides objective, non-partisan policy research and evaluation under contracts with an array of government agencies at the federal and state levels. His recent work in CBER has included an ongoing evaluation of Tennessee’s welfare program, Families First, for the Tennessee Department of Human Services, an analysis of teacher supply and demand in Tennessee for the Governor’s Office of Education Policy, and a forecast of expenditures on Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarships for the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. In addition to his CBER research, Dr. Bruce studies the economic and behavioral effects of tax policies on such things as small business activity and owneroccupied housing. His work has been presented and published in a variety of academic journals, edited volumes, and professional meetings. He has testified before Congress on the topic of internet taxation, and he

presented his work on taxes and small business activity before the President’s Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform in 2005. Dr. Bruce regularly teaches graduate and undergraduate courses on the economics of taxation and the economics of health and health care. He has recently served as the Director of Graduate Studies in Economics and the Director of the Undergraduate Major in Public Administration. Before becoming Faculty Athletics Representative, Dr. Bruce served for two years as chair of the Athletics Board’s Fiscal Integrity and Long-Range Planning Committee. He has also served as chair of the UTK Faculty Senate’s Budget and Planning Committee. Dr. Bruce is an active member of the National Tax Association, the International Institute of Public Finance, and the American, Southern, and Western Economic Associations. His community service has included numerous economic and policy presentations for state and local organizations, volunteer assistance for the Blount County 4-H Program, and a three-year term on the Board of Directors of the Lisa Ross Birth and Women’s Center, with two of those years as Treasurer. Dr. Bruce lives in Walland, Tenn, with his wife Jennifer, a mathematics professor at Maryville College, and their daughter Annie, age 5. utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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DAVE HART

VICE CHANCELLOR/Director of athletics THIRD Year At Tennessee Alabama ‘71 The University of Tennessee named Dave Hart vice chancellor and director of athletics on Sept. 5, 2011. Hart has held leadership roles in athletics administration at East Carolina University, Florida State University and the University of Alabama. “Dave has done an excellent job of positioning our athletics department to achieve excellence both on the field and in the classroom,” said University of Tennessee Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek. “Our first priority is the student-athlete; Dave has made that his goal from the first day he arrived on campus.” Among the many challenges and goals being addressed in the first two years of his tenure at Tennessee, Hart has led efforts which included the following: • Restructured the athletics department and developed an organizational flow chart. • Redefined the athletic department Mission Statement to focus on the student-athlete. • Created a new Governance Structure going through a “right-sizing” effort in conjunction with the implementation of combining the men and women’s athletic programs into one while setting a direction and vision for all units within the department. • The Compliance Department has been reorganized and capital projects have been reprioritized to dovetail into a strategic plan, which is in the process of being finalized, for the next 5-to-10 years. • Policies and procedures have been strengthened throughout the department, as has overall communication. • Fan experience enhancement options at Neyland Stadium and Thompson-Boling Arena have been prioritized as well. In December, Hart hired Butch Jones from the University of Cincinnati as the head football coach at the University of Tennessee. Since assuming his new role, Jones has brought a renewed sense of energy and optimism to the program as the Vols approach his first season at the helm. Hart also hired Holly Warlick to follow the legendary Pat Summitt as the head coach of Tennessee’s women’s basketball program, and Warlick led the Lady Vols to the SEC championship, an Elite Eight appearance, and a 27-8 record in her first season. In 2012-13, Tennessee also won national championships in three events and finished third nationally in women’s swimming and diving under Matt Kredich, the former UT women’s coach whom Hart chose to lead a combined men’s and women’s swimming and diving program. Hart also hired Brian Pensky to lead the Tennessee soccer program, and the squad made an NCAA tournament appearance in Pensky’s first season. Also last year, the men’s golf program reached the final round of the NCAA tournament. In just under two years at Tennessee, Hart has worked with Chancellor Jimmy Cheek and Provost Susan Martin to strengthen the long-term financial model for Tennessee Athletics while making considerable strides in improving the academic support structure for UT student-athletes, including the hiring of Dr. Joe Scogin as senior associate athletics director and assistant provost to lead the Thornton Student Life Center. Comprehensive athletic success exemplified Hart’s tenure as the Florida State athletic director, as a combined 35 ACC Championships were won by 10 different Seminole athletic programs during his tenure. Additionally, the Seminole football team won nine ACC titles and appeared in four national championship 36

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games, winning the 1999 BCS National Championship with a Sugar Bowl victory over Virginia Tech. The men’s outdoor track and field team also claimed two national championships during his tenure, while the baseball program appeared in the College World Series five times and the softball program won nine ACC titles and played in the Women’s College World Series. During Hart’s last year at Florida State, the Seminoles finished 15th in the Directors’ Cup, an all-time high for the institution at that time. Additionally, during Hart’s three years at Alabama, the Crimson Tide football team claimed the 2009 BCS National Championship and the individual athletic teams posted a combined eight top-three finishes nationally over the last three years. Hart has more than 20 years of service as a director of athletics. “It is a privilege to be Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics at the University of Tennessee,” Hart said. “To be entrusted to lead one of the nation’s elite athletics programs is an exciting opportunity and one that I cherish.” Highly respected as a visionary and industry leader, Hart’s career has featured service as the president of both the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics and the Division IA Athletics Directors’ Association. A former recipient of the Robert R. Neyland Award honoring lifetime achievement, Hart has also been named by his colleagues as the Athletic Director of the Year for the Southeast Region in both 2000 and 2005, one of a few select individuals to receive the honor multiple times. During his 13 years at Florida State, Hart negotiated unprecedented, multi-million dollar contracts for the department totaling in excess of $175 million. He also devised and executed an extensive and comprehensive facilities master plan for athletics that eclipsed the $150 million mark. Hart initiated a multi-faceted Student Development/Life Skills program for all student-athletes at FSU, an endeavor recognized nationally as a “Program of Excellence” by the Division I-A Athletics Directors’ Association. He spearheaded the rewriting of the department’s mission statement to put the student-athlete at the core of athletic department priorities in its goal to build comprehensive excellence throughout all components of the department. “Dave is as good an athletic director as there is in the country,” legendary Florida State Head Football Coach Bobby Bowden said. “He’s as sharp of an AD as I’ve been around in 57 years. He knows what’s important, and he’s a builder.” Hart took a leadership role in the FSU athletics department’s first major capital campaign, in concert with Seminole Boosters, which raised more than $75 million for athletics facilities and served as the catalyst for a subsequent effort. Within the Facilities Master Plan, there were several state-of-the-art facilities constructed, including a soccer/softball facility, a state-of-theart golf facility and teaching center, a basketball training center and major renovations to the tennis and volleyball facilities. The Moore Athletics Center and Dick Howser Baseball Stadium ranked among the nation’s best. A new aquatics facility and a renovation to the track facility were finalized in 2008. In recognizing Hart’s position within intercollegiate athletics, ACC Commissioner John Swofford said, “Dave Hart is one of the best and most respected athletics administrators in the business. He thoroughly understands the nuances of major college athletics, and he has superb values to go along with his vast experience in the field. He is a proven leader at the conference and national levels.”


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sions regarding post-season football format options and similar issues related to the football postseason. In addition to his prominent leadership roles nationally, Hart chaired and had direct involvement with the renegotiations of both of the ACC’s football and basketball television contracts and chaired the ACC Television Committee as well as the ACC Men’s Basketball and Football committees. He also served as Chairman of the NCAA Football Board of Directors where he represented NACDA and served with commissioners of Division I-A conferences as well as past NCAA President Myles Brand. Hart served as Executive Director of Athletics at Alabama from August 2008 until accepting his leadership role with the Volunteers. A 1971 Alabama graduate, Hart played basketball for the Crimson Tide under legendary head coach C.M. Newton and earned a master’s degree from UA in 1972 while working as a graduate assistant basketball coach. A popular speaker at the national level, Hart has made numerous speaking presentations nationally and presented seminars on such topics as student-athlete welfare, marketing, gender equity, facility master planning, negotiation skills and personnel transition. He was an instructor at the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Management Institute for 10 years and currently is an annual presenter at the Division I-A Athletics Directors’ Institute sharing with peers his knowledge and experiences relating to athletics administration. Hart met his wife, the former Pam Humble, while at Alabama. Pam is a 1970 graduate of The University of Alabama, and the couple has three children: Rick, who serves currently as the athletic director at SMU, Jamie and Kelly. The Harts are the grandparents of five grandchildren: Trevor, Caroline, McKinley, Olivia and Kingsley.

GENERAL

While at FSU, Hart made many key hires, including the hiring of FSU’s first two African-American basketball coaches, including current men’s coach Leonard Hamilton, as well as their first African-American senior-level administrator. Under Hart’s direction, FSU formalized a varsity club to encourage the participation of former student-athletes in athletic department activities. He also placed a significant focus on the growth of women’s athletics at FSU, a commitment reflected in increased funding, competitive success and facility upgrades. Academic success also accompanied Hart’s time at FSU, as the school became home to the inaugural National StudentAthlete of the Year, a State of Florida Woman of the Year recipient, and two Rhodes Scholars. A record number of FSU studentathletes made the ACC Academic Honor Roll, were recipients of NCAA post-graduate scholarship awards and obtained degrees. Student-athlete community service involvement became a priority under Hart with student-athletes contributing more than 5,000 hours in community outreach projects. Hart has also earned the Athletics Directors’ Award for advancing the quality and progress of student-athletes and the athletics program while at Florida State. In 2008, he received the James J. Corbett Award, the highest honor bestowed by National Association of College Directors of Athletics. Hart’s commitment to service includes considerable time on numerous national and conference committees, including the NCAA Council, the NCAA Honors and Awards Committee and the NCAA Special Events and Postseason Bowls Committee, and he has been a consultant to the NCAA Student-Athlete Advisory Council. Hart was one of 11 athletic directors nationally who worked with an advisory group of athletic directors to presidents and conference commissioners in ongoing meetings and discus-

 EXECUTIVE ATHLETICS STAFF

Jon Gilbert

Chris Fuller

Bill MyerS

DR. JOE SCOGIN

Jimmy Stanton

Donna Thomas

MIKE VOLLMAR

Mike Ward

Executive Senior Associate AthleticS Director

Associate Athletics Director, Communications

Senior Associate Athletics Director for Development and EXTERNAL Relations

Senior Associate Ath. Director/Senior Woman Administrator

Senior Associate Athletics Director for Business Operations/CFO

Senior Associate Athletics Director/ Football Admin.

Senior Associate Athletics Director/ Assistant Provost

Senior Associate Ath. director for Admin. & Sport Programs

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Joe Arnone

Angie Boyd-Keck

JIMMY DELANEY

Todd Dooley

David Elliott

Greg Hulen

Associate AD Development

Tyler Johnson

DAVE LAWSON

Assistant AD Event Management

Jason McVeigh

Thomas Moats

Brad Pendergrass

Carmen Tegano

Kevin Zurcher

Steve Early

Associate AD Ticket Operations

Director of Sports Medicine

Dara Worrell Associate AD

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DirECTOR OF Information SERVICES

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Assistant AD Media Relations

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Associate AD Business/ Internal Affairs

ASSOCIATE AD Compliance

Director of Strength & Conditioning

Associate AD

Director Football OPS

Assistant AD FacilitieS AND ATHLETIC GROUNDS

Vol Network General Manager


MAX ARNOLD DEFENSIVE BACK

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R-SOPHOMORE • SQ • 5-11 • 188 McKenzie, Tenn. • McKenzie H.S. 2013 - R-SOPHOMORE

• Awarded John Stucky Iron Vol Award after spring season

2012 - R-FRESHMAN

• Games/Starts: 1/0 • Made debut playing on special teams in season finale vs. Kentucky (11/24)

2011 - FRESHMAN

HIGH SCHOOL

• Played both quarterback and defensive back at McKenzie • All-State, All-West Tennessee as a senior

PERSONAL

• Full name: Richard Max Arnold • Born: Jan. 14, 1993 • Son of Max and Sandi Arnold • Majoring in Sport Management

• Member of the Vols football team, did not play

RYAN AULT PUNTER/PLACEKICKER

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 TENNESSEE PLAYER BIOS

R-Freshman • RS • 5-11 • 196 Brentwood, Tenn. • Brentwood H.S. 2012 - Freshman

• Walk-on, joined Vols in fall of 2012

HIGH SCHOOL

• Played at Brentwood High School • Saw action as a punter, placekicker and kickoff specialist with the Bruins • Averaged 33.7 yards as a senior with 12 punts inside the 20-yard line • Coach at Brentwood: Ron Crawford

PERSONAL

• Full name: Ryan Alexander Ault • Born Oct. 13, 1993 • Son of Kelvin and Sheryl Ault • Majoring in Accounting

JOSEPH AYRES TIGHT END

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R-SENIOR • 2L • 6-3 • 254 Knoxville, Tenn. • Chattanooga McCallie School 2012 - R-Junior

• Games/Starts: 0/0 • Moved to tight end in preseason camp, but did not appear in any games

2011 - R-SOPHOMORE

• Games/Starts: 8/0 • Played in eight games as a reserve defensive linemen • Finished with six tackles in 2011 • Made a tackle against #14 South Carolina (10/29) • Played in opener vs. Montana (9/3), had season-high three tackles

2010 - R-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 Wildcats back eight yards and help UT force a three-and-out • First career TFL came versus Alabama in a two-tackle effort • Also recorded a tackle in four other games utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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HIGH SCHOOL

• 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 the Webb School and played three seasons • Played 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 McCallie School: Rick Whitt

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Joseph Knight Ayres • Born: September 17, 1990 • Son of Joe and Carolyn Ayres • Majoring in Finance

 CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 2010 12/1 6 7 13 1-8 2.5-12 0 0 0 0-0 4-Mem 2011 8/0 3 3 6 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 3-Mont 2012 0/0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 -Totals 20/1 9 10 19 1-8 2.5-12 0 0 0 0-0 4-Mem

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles

4 vs. Memphis, 11/6/10

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2010 Opp. U-A-T, Other 2011 Opp. U-A-T, Other UT-Martin 0-0-0 Montana 1-2-3 Oregon DNP Cincinnati 0-0-0 Florida 0-1-1 at Florida DNP UAB 0-0-0 Buffalo 0-0-0 at LSU 0-1-1 Georgia DNP at Georgia 1-0-1 LSU 1-0-1 Alabama 0-2-2, 0.5-2tfl at Alabama 0-0-0 at S. Carolina 0-0-0 South Carolina 1-0-1 at Memphis 2-2-4, 1-2 tfl MTSU 0-1-1 Mississippi 0-0-0 at Arkansas 0-0-0 at Vanderbilt 1-0-1 Vanderbilt 0-0-0 Kentucky 2-1-3, 1-8 sk, 1-8 tfl Kentucky DNP UNC (Bowl) 0-0-0

CODY BLANC Wide Receiver

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SOPhomore • 1L • 6-3 • 205 Knoxville, Tenn. • Knoxville Central H.S. Career Honors

• 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2012 - FRESHMAN

• Games/Starts: 11/0 • Played in 11 of 12 games, mostly on special teams and did not post any stats • Knoxville native was one of 10 true freshman to play in 2012 • Made college debut with a few snaps vs. NC State (8/31)

HIGH SCHOOL

• 247sports: 3-star (No. 76 overall athlete, No. 25 prospect in Tennessee) • ESPN: 3-star (No. 31 prospect in Tennessee) • Rivals: 2-star • Honored as Class 5A All-State selection by Tennessee Sports Writers • Played running back and safety at Knoxville Central H.S. • Ran for 1,850 yards in prep career and scored 19 rushing touchdowns, averaging 7.6 yards per carry with the Bobcats • Hauled in 54 receptions for 654 yards and six receiving touchdowns • On defense, piled up 167 career tackles including four TFLs, while making seven interceptions

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• As a senior in 2011, ran for 433 yards and four touchdowns, also made 10 catches for 78 yards, scoring five overall touchdowns • Made 69 tackles on defense while picking off four interceptions • As a junior, rushed for 1,171 yards and 11 touchdowns in 10 games • Averaged 8.9 yards per carry • Returned five kickoffs for touchdowns and averaged 39.6 yards per kickoff return • Had 27 catches for 231 yards and two receiving touchdowns • Made 55 tackles on defense and recovered one fumble • Coach at Knoxville Central: Joel Helton

PERSONAL

• Full name: Dakota Edward Blanc • Pronounced: BLANK • Born: June 23, 1994 • Son of Eddie and Lisa Blanc • Majoring in Management

 CAREER STATISTICS Receiving 2012

GP/GS No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 11/0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 --


RUNNING BACK

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R-JUNIOR • SQ • 5-11 • 218 Knoxville, Tenn. • Farragut H.S. 2012 - R-SOPHOMORE

• Squad member, did not play in any games

2011 - R-FRESHMAN

• Squad member, did not play in any games

2010 - Freshman • Redshirted

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

PERSONAL

HIGH SCHOOL

• Started two years at fullback and one year at linebacker • Earned All-Region honors as a senior

• Full Name: Jeffery Austin Bolen • Born: June 25, 1991 • Son of Jeff and Jackie Bolen • Majoring in Sport Management

DRAE BOWLES WIDE RECEIVER

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AUSTIN BOLEN

R-Freshman • RS • 6-0 • 207 Jackson, Tenn. • Jackson Christian H.S. 2012 - Freshman • Redshirted

High School

• 247sports: 4-star (No. 212 prospect nationally, No. 25 overall wide receiver, No. 4 prospect in Tennessee) • ESPN: 4-star (No. 16 overall wide receiver, No. 2 prospect in Tennessee, No. 47 prospect in Southeast) • Rivals: 4-star (No. 130 prospect nationally, No. 19 overall wide receiver, No. 3 prospect in Tennessee) • Scout: 3-star (No. 48 overall wide receiver) • Two-time All-State selection at Jackson Christian • Compiled career figures of 171 catches for 2,569 yards and 23 touchdowns • As a senior, recorded 31 receptions for 519 yards and five touchdowns

• Also played linebacker, registering 31 tackles • As a junior, caught 58 passes for 1,102 yards and eight TDs • Defensively, had 57 tackles, five sacks and three interceptions • Played in the 2011 U.S. Army All-American Bowl • Named to the 2011 Super Southeast 120 by the Mobile (Ala.) Register • Selected to the ESPNU150 • Also a Rivals250 and Top247 member • Also played basketball • Coach at Jackson Christian: Matt Underwood

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Drae Alexander Bowles • Born: May 31, 1993 • Majoring in Communication Studies

A.J. BRANISEL TIGHT END

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FRESHMAN • HS • 6-4 • 235 S. EUCLID, OHIO. • NOTRE DAME-CATHEDRAL LATIN SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL

• Rated 3-star by Rivals (No. 29 overall tight end, No. 46 overall prospect in Ohio) • Rated 3-star by 247Sports (No. 43 overall tight end, No. 54 overall prospect in Ohio) • Rated 3-star by ESPN (No. 18 overall tight end, No. 49 overall prospect in Ohio) • Rated 3-star by Scout (No. 48 overall tight end)

• Earned first team all-district, all-conference and all-Ohio honors as a junior in 2011 • Also was an honorable mention all-district and second team all-conference selection in 2010 • Helped the Lions reach the Division III playoffs during his senior season, making 27 catches for 402 yards and seven touchdowns • Recorded 35 receptions for 536 yards and six touchdowns as a junior utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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PLAYERS • That followed a sophomore campaign in which he had 17 catches for 411 yards and two touchdowns • Coach at Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin School: Byron Morgan

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Aaron Jeffrey Branisel • Born: July 24, 1995 • Son of Ron and Jenny Branisel • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

BRENT BREWER LINEBACKER

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Senior • 3L • 6-1 • 221 Tyrone, Ga. • Sandy Creek H.S. HONORS

• 2011 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2012 - JUNIOR

• Games/Starts: 12/2 • Posted 27 tackles in 12 games with two starts • Returned to starting lineup at strong safety vs. Akron (9/22) after injury to Brian Randolph shuffled secondary • Saw late action at Vanderbilt (11/17) making three tackles • Posted career high with nine tackles at #5 Georgia (9/29) • In first start since tearing ACL late in 2011 season, had four tackles vs. Akron (9/22) • Made three tackles vs. #18 Florida (9/15) • Opened 2012 with four tackles vs. NC State (8/31)

2011 - SOPHOMORE

• Games/Starts: 8/8 • Started 14 consecutive games dating back to 2010, including eight starts in 2011, before suffering a seasonending torn ACL vs. South Carolina (10/29) • Was eighth on team (at time of injury) with 24 tackles along with 3.0 TFL • Matched season high with six tackles against #14 South Carolina (10/29) before suffering season-ending knee injury late in game • Two stops including a 3-yard TFL vs. #1 LSU (10/15) • Two tackles vs. Georgia (10/8) • Racked up four tackles and a TFL at #16 Florida (9/17) • Tied for team-best six tackles vs. Cincinnati (9/10) • Had three tackles and a 0.5 TFL vs. Montana (9/3)

2010 - Freshman

• Games/Starts: 13/6 • Started the last six games at safety and saw action 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 single quarter in 2010 and one of seven true freshmen to play every game • 12th on the team and fifth among members of the secondary with 30 tackles • 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 • 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 thirddown sack in the second quarter, while fumble recovery came on the next drive

 CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 2010 13/6 20 10 30 0-0 1-1 0 1 3 0-0 8-Miss 2011 8/8 16 8 24 0.5-2 3.0-8 0 0 0 0-0 6-Cin 2012 12/2 19 8 27 0-0 1-1 0 0 0 0-0 4-2x Totals 33/16 55 26 81 0.5-2 5-10 0 1 3 0-0 8-Miss

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• Led UT in tackles in just his third career start vs. Mississippi with a career-best eight • Saw first significant time vs. Alabama, with 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

HIGH SCHOOL

• Ranked 3-star prospect by both Rivals.com and Scout.com in 2006 • Rated that year among nation’s top 100 baseball players by Perfect Game USA • As baseball senior at Sandy Creek, batted .497 with 7 home runs, 30 RBI and 12 stolen bases • Coach at Sandy Creek High School: Chip Walker

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Brent Edison Brewer • Born: December 19, 1987 • Son of Monica Brewer • Majoring in Communication Studies • Played professional baseball four years (2006-09) in Milwaukee Brewers organization, after selected by Brewers in second round (60th overall) of 2006 MLB Draft • Batted career .240 with 17 home runs and 103 stolen bases in 427 minor league games as a shortstop/outfielder

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles Tackles For Loss

9 at Georgia, 9/29/12 1 four times, last at Georgia, 9/29/12

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2010 Opp. UT-Martin Oregon Florida UAB at LSU at Georgia Alabama at S. Carolina at Memphis Mississippi at Vanderbilt Kentucky UNC (Bowl)

U-A-T, Other 2011 Opp. U-A-T, Other 0-0-0 Montana 2-1-3, 0.5-2 tfl 0-0-0 Cincinnati 2-4-6 0-0-0 at Florida 4-0-4, 1-1 tfl 0-0-0 Buffalo 1-0-1 0-0-0 Georgia 1-1-2 0-0-0 LSU 1-1-2, 1-3 tfl 2-4-6 at Alabama 0-0-0 2-2-4, pd South Carolina 5-1-6, 0.5 sack 2-0-2 MTSU DNP-INJ 5-3-8 at Arkansas DNP-INJ 3-0-3 Vanderbilt DNP-INJ 3-1-4, 1-1 tfl, fr, pd at Kentucky DNP-INJ 3-0-3, pd

2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other vs. NC State 3-1-4 Ga. State 1-0-1 Florida 2-1-3 Akron 2-2-4 at Georgia 5-4-9, 1-1 tfl at Miss State 2-0-2

2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other Alabama 0-0-0 at So. Carolina 1-0-1 Troy 0-0-0 Missouri 0-0-0 at Vanderbilt 3-0-3 Kentucky 0-0-0


PLACEKICKER/PUNTER

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R-JUNIOR • 1L • 5-11 • 188 Maryville, Tenn. • Alcoa H.S. Career Honors

• CFPA Hon. Mention Specialist of the Week (Sept. 24) • CFPA Hon. Mention Placekicker of the Week (Sept. 24) • Lou Groza Award Star of the Week (Sept. 24)

2012 - R-SOPHOMORE

• Games/Starts: 4/3 • Walk-on kicker, who competed with Michael Palardy for starting kicking duties in 2012, kicked in four games • Did not kick after the Georgia (9/29) game • Tied Tennessee record for most kicking points in a game with 17 vs. Akron (9/22) on 4-4 FGs and 5-5 PATs (Tied Alex Walls 2002, Fuad Reveiz 1982 and Alan Duncan 1978) • Overall in 2012, made first six field goal attempts and is 6-of-7 overall along with 12-of-14 on PATs for 30 points • Made 4-of-5 PATs, made a 34-yard field goal, but missed from 28 yards at #5 Georgia (9/29) • With 4-4 field goal game vs. Akron (9/22), made most field goals by a Vol since Daniel Lincoln in 2007 • Four field goals made is tied for the second-most in a game in the NCAA in 2012 • 17 points vs. Akron is tied for most points by a kicker in NCAA in 2012 • Served as starting kicker vs. #18 Florida (9/15) and made 2-of-3 PATs. • Made 2012 debut vs. Georgia State (9/8), making a 25yard field goal and adding a PAT in win • Switched from No. 26 to No. 42 before the Florida game

 CAREER HIGHS Field Goals Made 4 vs. Akron, 9/22/12 Field Goals Att. 4 vs. Akron, 9/22/12 Points 17 vs. Akron, 9/22/12 (T-UT Record for Pts by Kicker) Longest Conversion 37 vs. Akron, 9/22/12 Point After Conversions 5 vs. Akron, 9/22/12 Point After Attempts 5 vs. Akron, 9/22/12

2011 - R-FRESHMAN

• Games/Starts: 1/1 • Amazing story of walk-on kicker played out on Nov. 5, as he was sitting at home on his couch less than an hour before MTSU game was taken by police escort to Neyland Stadium and kicked a 21-yard field goal and three PATs in first collegiate game. • Story featured on Yahoo.com, ESPN and in Sports Illustrated

HIGH SCHOOL

• 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

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Derrick Lee Gogue Brodus • Born on May 13, 1992 • Parents are Harry and Doris Brodus • Majoring in Communiation Studies

GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

DERRICK BRODUS

 CAREER STATISTICS Kicking G/S FG FGA Pct. PAT PTS 0-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Long 2011 1/1 1 1 100 3-3 6 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 21-MT 2012 4/3 6 7 85.7 12-14 30 4-5 2-2 0-0 0-0 37-Akr Totals 5/4 7 8 87.5 15-17 36 5-6 2-2 0-0 0-0 37-Akr

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2011 Opp. FG-FGA, Seq. MTSU 1-1, (21)

PATs 3-3

2012 Opp. Ga. State Florida Akron at Georgia

PATs 1-1 2-3 5-5 4-5

FG-FGA, Seq. 1-1, (25) 0-0 4-4 (37)(23)(22)(28) 1-2 (34) 28

MALIK BROWN DEFENSIVE LINE

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FRESHMAN • HS • 6-4 • 251 PALM BEACH, Fla. • DWYER H.S. HIGH SCHOOL

• Rated 3-star by 247Sports (No. 90 prospect in Florida and No. 26 at his position in the country) • Rated 3-star by ESPN (No. 136 prospect in Florida, No. 63 defensive end ranked No. 136 in his region) • Rated 2-star by Scout (No. 128 defensive end) • High school teammate of current Vol Curt Maggitt • Finished his senior season with 62 tackles and 16 sacks, helping his team to a 9-3 record and an appearance in the Class 7A regional semifinals • The Dwyer defense held its opponents to just 6.83 points

and 113 yards per game, both the best in the area. • Voted Mr. Gametime as the Palm Beach Post’s fans choice for Preseason Player of the year • Coach at Dwyer High School: Wayne Blair

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Malik Sloan Brown • Born: February 9, 1995 • Son of Mark Sr. and Gwenodlyn Brown • Majoring in Business utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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ALEX BULLARD OFFENSIVE LINE

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R-SENIOR • 2L • 6-2 • 302 Franklin, Tenn. • Brentwood Academy • Notre Dame 2012 - R-JUNIOR

• Games/Starts: 12/2 • Saw time as both a reserve lineman and reserve tight end, wearing No. 89 • Played in all 12 games in 2012, 10 as a tight end, including starting vs. #1 Alabama (10/20) at tight end • Helped offense to 475.9 yards per game (20th in NCAA), 315.6 yards of passing offense (15th in NCAA), just eight sacks allowed (0.67 per game/fourth in NCAA) • Vols had five games with 500-plus yards of total offense, the most since posting six in 1997 • Started for second game in a row, but second position (right guard) at #17 South Carolina (10/27) • Added offense with blocking as Vols piled up schoolrecord 718 yards of total offense vs. Troy (11/3) • Played on O-line vs. Akron (9/22) and helped team to 633 yards of total offense

2011 - R-SOPHOMORE

• Games/Starts: 12/12 • Started all 12 games in 2011, first six at left guard and last six at center • Vols allowed 18 sacks (1.5 per game), third-fewest in SEC • Part of O-Line that helped UT to two 500-yard games • Started at center for first time at #2 Alabama (10/22) • First career start and first UT game, came vs. Montana (9/3) at left guard, aided UT’s 439 yards of total offense • Earned the 2011 Harvey Robinson off-season award, which honors the offensive surprise in the spring

2010 - R-Freshman (at Notre Dame) • Games/Starts: 3/0

• Moved from guard to tackle in the spring to compete for a starting position • Made career debut against Michigan State on special teams • Also saw action vs. Boston College and Western Michigan

2009 - Freshman (at Notre Dame) • Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

• Named 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

PERSONAL

• Full name: Alex Eugene Bullard • Born: March 20, 1991 • Son of Dorothy and the late Louis Bullard • Late father, Louis, was an offensive lineman with the Seattle Seahawks (1978-80) and at Jackson State • Majoring in Sociology

George Bullock Placekicker

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R-Freshman • RS • 6-0 • 207 Knoxville, Tenn. • West H.S. 2012 - FRESHMAN

• Redshirt season after suffering a broken leg in preseason training camp • Returned to practice late in the season

High School

• 247sports: 2-star (No. 15 overall kicker, No. 44 prospect in Tennessee) • ESPN: 2-star (No. 32 overall kicker, No. 39 prospect in Tennessee) • Rivals: 2-star • Scout: 3-star (No. 9 overall kicker) • 2010 and 2011 TSWA All-State selection at West High School • Named District 4-AAA Kicker of the Year as a senior • Earned 2010 kickoff champion status at the Kick-off Classic • Tennessee Mr. Football Kicker finalist 44

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• 2011 First Team All-PrepXtra selection • As a senior, made 7-of-10 field goals, including a long of 51 • Also made 47-of-50 PATs and 79 percent of kickoffs went for touchbacks • Received invitation to the Offense-Defense All-America Bowl • As a junior, was 7-of-16 on field goals and 35-of-38 on extra points, while 82 percent of his kickoffs were touchbacks • Coach at West: Scott Cummings

PERSONAL

• Full Name: George Perry Bullock • Born: July 8, 1993 • Son of Bill and Kathleen Bullock • Majoring in Arts & Sciences


LINEBACKER

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R-Freshman • RS • 6-1 • 247 Jacksonville, Fla. • Raines H.S. 2012 - FRESHMAN

• Redshirt season after suffering preseason knee injury

High School

• 247sports: 3-star (No. 31 overall linebacker) • ESPN: 3-star (No. 56 overall linebacker) • Rivals: 3-star • Scout: 2-star (No. 117 overall linebacker) • Named to the 2011 AP Class 4A All-State First Team defense • All-First Coast Wrestling First Team honors from The (Jacksonville) Times-Union • Had two interceptions as a junior • Led Raines High School to an 8-4 record and playoff ap-

pearance as a senior in 2011 • Helped guide the Wolfpack to a 10-3 record as a junior • Finished third in the state in 220-pound weight class and won a regional championship as a junior • Posted a 37-4 record en route as a junior • Coach at Raines: Deran Wiley

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Kenneth Wayne Bynum • Born: July 27, 1994 • Son Darrell and Seteria Pullins • Majoring in Chemistry

MICHAEL CANTWELL

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LINEBACKER

GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

KENNY BYNUM

R-Sophomore • SQ • 5-11 • 204 Morristown, Tenn. • Morristown-HAMBLEN West H.S. CAREER HONORS

• 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll

• All-region selection • Named team’s defensive player of the year

2012 - R-FRESHMAN

PERSONAL

• Did not play in any games, squad member

2011 - FRESHMAN

• Walk-on with the Vols, part of the squad in Fall 2011

• Full name: Michael Andrew Cantwell • Born: Sept. 24, 1992 • Son of Otis Cantwell • Majoring in Chemical Engineering

HIGH SCHOOL

• Played football, baseball and basketball at MorristownHamblen West High School

J.R. CARR LONG SNAPPER

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R-SENIOR • 1L • 5-10 • 215 Lomita, Calif. • South Torrance H.S. 2012 - R-JUNIOR

• Games/Starts: 12/0 • Former walk-on, spent 2012 season as Vols starting deep snapper on both kicks and punts for all 12 games • Snapped 107 times in 2012: all 54 PAT attempts and 19 field goal attempts, plus all 54 punts in 2012 • Made college debut vs. NC State (8/31), snapped 11 times • Awarded a scholarship prior to 2012 season

2011 - R-SOPHOMORE • Squad member

2010 - R-FRESHMAN • Squad member

2009 - Freshman • Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

• 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

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PLAYERS • Added duties at linebacker and became three-time AllLeague selection at that position • Helped South Torreace to league championship during sophomore season • Coach at South Torrance High School: Josh Waybright

PERSONAL

• Full Name: James Richard Carr • Born: July 16, 1990 • Son of Rick and Jodie Carr • Graduated with a degree in Communication Studies in Spring 2013 • Wears No. 53 as a tribute to former Vols deep snapper and Super Bowl Champion Morgan Cox of the Baltimore Ravens, who also wore 53 with the Vols

JASON CARR DEFENSIVE LINE

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FRESHMAN • HS • 6-5 • 285 MEMPHIS, TENN. • WHITE STATION H.S. HIGH SCHOOL

• Rated 4-star by Rivals (No. 13 overall defensive end, No. 6 overall prospect in Tennessee, No. 170 overall prospect in the nation) • Rated 4-star by 247Sports (No. 10 overall strongside defensive end, No. 3 overall prospect in Tennessee, No. 117 overall prospect nationally) • Rated 4-star by Scout (No. 24 overall defensive end) • Rated 3-star by ESPN (No. 53 overall defensive end, No. 14 overall prospect in Tennessee) • Earned all-district honors as a senior after recording 10 sacks • Also claimed a spot on the Tennessee Sports Writers As-

sociation Class 6A All-State Team • Named to the 2012 MaxPreps Tennessee Preseason AllState Team • Notched 16 sacks and had 68 tackles while leading the Spartans to the third round of the playoffs during his junior season • Coach at White Station High School: Devin Rutherford

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Jason Jamal Carr • Born: October 28, 1994 • Son of Michael and Meredith Carr • Majoring in Journalism and Electronic Media

ALLAN CARSON DEFENSIVE LINE

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R-Sophomore • 1L • 6-1 • 326 Oxford, Ala. • Oxford H.S. 2012 - SOPHOMORE • Games/Starts: 0/0 • Did not play in any games

2011 - FRESHMAN

• Games/Starts: 5/0 • Played in five of last seven games as a reserve lineman • Did not make a tackle in limited action • One of 16 true freshmen to play for Vols in 2011 • Saw action in third game at #2 Alabama (10/22) • Played second game of the season vs. #1 LSU (10/15) • Made debut on defensive line vs. Buffalo (10/1)

HIGH SCHOOL

• Scout: 3-star (No. 62 overall defensive tackle) • Rivals: 2-star • ESPN: 2-star (No. 112 overall defensive tackle) • Named to Team Alabama by the Alabama High School Athletic Directors and Coaches Association

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• Competed in the 24th annual Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic • Named First Team 6A All-State by the Alabama Sports Writers Association • 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 • Coach at Oxford High School: John Grass

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Allan Jamal Carson • Born: September 30, 1992 in Anniston, Alabama • Son of James and Millicent Carson • Majoring in Sociology


WIDE RECEIVER

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R-JUNIOR • 1L • 6-0 • 190 Nashville, Tenn. • Ensworth H.S. CAREER HONORS

• 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll

• Also participated in basketball and soccer • Coach at Ensworth: Ricky Bowers

2012 - R-SOPHOMORE

PERSONAL

• Former walk-on earned scholarship just prior to opener vs. NC State (8/31), played in 11 games • Eight catches for 126 yards with first career touchdown • Closed year with two catches for 23 yards vs. Kentucky (11/17) • Caught an 8-yard pass vs. Troy (11/3) • Snagged a 16-yard pass at #17 South Carolina (10/27) • Scored first-career TD on a 24-yard reception vs. Akron (9/22) • Hauled in two receptions for 35 yards vs. Georgia State (9/8) • Made college debut vs. NC State (8/31), on his 21st birthday and made first catch for 20 yards • Emerged as a spring football star at receiver with 182 yards in 2012 Orange & White game and two scrimmages

2011 - R-FRESHMAN • Squad member

2010 - FRESHMAN • Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

• Started three years at wide receiver and safety • Earned All-Region honors as a senior

• Full name: Jacob Davis Carter • Born: August 31, 1991 • Son of Roy and Maria Carter • Majoring in Recreation and Sport Managment • Interned in the Tennessee Athletic Marketing Office

 CAREER STATISTICS Receiving 2012

GP/GS No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 11/0 8 126 15.8 11.5 1 24-Akr 35-GSU

 CAREER HIGHS Receptions 2 vs. Georgia State, 9/8/12 & vs. Kentucky, 11/24/12 Receiving Yards 35 vs. Georgia State, 9/8/12 Touchdowns 1 vs. Akron, 9/22/12

GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

JACOB CARTER

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2012 Opp. vs. NC State Ga. State Florida Akron at Georgia at Miss State

Rec-Yards-TD, Lg 2012 Opp. Rec-Yards-TD, Lg 1-20-0, 20 Alabama 0-0-0 2-35-0, 19 at So. Carolina 1-16-0, 16 0-0-0, 0 Troy 1-8-0, 8 1-24-1, 24 Missouri 0-0-0 DNP at Vanderbilt 0-0-0 0-0-0 Kentucky 2-23-0, 16

GREGORY CLARK DEFENSIVE LINE

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R-JUNIOR • SQ • 6-2 • 327 Warner Robins, Ga. • Northside H.S. 2012 - R-Sophomore

• Andy Spiva Most Improved Defensive Player Award in Spring • Games/Starts: 1/0 • Played against Georgia State (9/8/12)

2011 - R-FRESHMAN

• Games/Starts: 1/0 • Made college debut vs. MTSU (11/5)

2010 - FRESHMAN • Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

• 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 this year and berth in Georgia’s Class AAAAA state championship game • Senior team captain • Three-year starter • Coach at Northside High School: Conrad Nix

PERSONAL

• Full name: Gregory Maurice Clark, Jr. • Born: July 20, 1990 • Son of Gregory Clark Sr. • Majoring in Sociology

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JUSTIN COLEMAN DEFENSIVE BACK

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JUNIOR • 2L • 5-10 • 184 Brunswick, Ga. • Brunswick H.S. 2012 - Sophomore

• Honored with Fourth Quarter Award in Spring for competing with intangible values • Games/Starts: 12/9 • Played in all 12 games with nine starts, totalling 59 tackles, ranking fourth on team • Had 3.5 TFLs for 25 yards and three pass break-ups • Inserted as starter at left cornerback, in Akron game, in second season with Vols • Over final seven games, had 52 tackles (7.4 per game) • Closed year with five tackles vs. Kentucky (11/24) • Seven tackles at Vanderbilt (11/17) • Tallied eight tackles vs. Missouri (11/10) • Notched seven tackles with a TFL vs. Troy (11/3) • Set career high for second week in a row with 13 tackles vs. #1 Alabama (10/20) • Career high nine tackles including 0.5 TFLs and two pass break-ups at #19 Miss State (10/13) • Posted second 10-yard TFL in as many games as part of four tackles at #5 Georgia (9/29) in return to home state • In first start of 2012, had two tackles including 10-yard TFL and a pass defended • Started 2012 opener vs. NC State (8/31) and made tackle

2011 - FRESHMAN

• Games/Starts: 12/4 • Played in all 12 games, starting four games as a true freshman at cornerback, including first two games of the season as well as vs. MTSU and at Arkansas • One of 16 true freshmen to play in 2011 with the Vols • Played extensively on special team coverage units • Had 10 tackles and two pass breakups in secondary • Five tackles at #8 Arkansas (11/12) in 4th start • Returned to starting line-up vs. MTSU (11/5) with a tackle • First career tackles (three) vs. Cincinnati (9/10) • With start at cornerback against Montana, became the first true freshman defensive back to start for UT since Eric Berry (2007) • Had a PBU vs. Montana (9/3) and at Alabama (10/22)

HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 4-star (No. 17 overall cornerback, No. 16 overall prospect in Georgia) • Scout: 3-star (No. 45 overall cornerback) • ESPN: 3-star (No. 30 overall safety) • Named to the Rivals250 Team by Rivals.com

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• Selected to GACA North South All-Star Game. • As a junior in 2009, totaled 83 tackles, six interceptions and six pass-break-ups. • Also returned a kickoff for touchdown as a junior • Tallied 71 tackles, four pass-break-ups, three sacks and two interceptions as a sophomore in 2008. • 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) • Coach at Brunswick High School: Victor Floyd

PERSONAL

• Full name: Justin Jamal Coleman • Born: March 27, 1993 • Son of James Coleman • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

 CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 2011 12/4 10 0 10 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0-0 5-Ark 2012 12/9 35 24 59 0-0 3.5-25 0 0 3 0-0 13-Ala Totals 24/13 45 24 69 0-0 3.5-25 0 0 5 0-0 13-Ala

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles Tackles For Loss Passes Defended 10-Tackle Games

13 vs. Alabama, 10/20/12 1 vs. Akron, 9/22/12 & at Georgia, 9/29/22 2 at Mississippi State, 10/13/12 1 (13 vs. Alabama, 10/20/12)

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2011 Opp. U-A-T, Other Montana 0-0-0, pd Cincinnati 3-0-3 at Florida 0-0-0 Buffalo 1-0-1 Georgia 0-0-0 LSU 0-0-0 at Alabama 0-0-0 pd South Carolina 0-0-0 MTSU 1-0-1 at Arkansas 5-0-5 Vanderbilt 0-0-0 at Kentucky 0-0-0

2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other vs. NC State 1-0-1 Ga. State 0-0-0 Florida 0-0-0 Akron 2-0-2, pd, 1-10 tfl at Georgia 2-2-4, 1-10 tfl at Miss State 4-5-9, 0.5-1 tfl, 2 pd Alabama 4-9-13 at So. Carolina 2-1-3 Troy 6-1-7, 1-4 tfl Missouri 5-3-8 at Vanderbilt 5-2-7 Kentucky 4-1-5


DEFENSIVE Back

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R-JUNIOR • SQ • 6-0 • 191 Lebanon, Tenn. • Wilson Central H.S. 2012 - R-SOPHOMORE • Squad member

• Earned All-Region honors as a senior • Coach at Wilson Central: Traye Aric

2011 - R-FRESHMAN

PERSONAL

• Squad member

2010 - FRESHMAN • Redshirted

• Full name: Tyler Harrison Coombes • Born: September 28, 1992 • Son of David and Tracy Coombes • Majoring in Kinesiology

HIGH SCHOOL

• Started three years at wide receiver and cornerback

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TYLER COOMBES

R-SENIOR • 2L • 6-2 • 304 Orlando, Fla. • Orlando Edgewater H.S. • Garden City (Kan.) C.C. 2012 - R-JUNIOR

• Games/Starts: 12/9 • Starter at defensive end in second season after coming in as JUCO transfer from Garden City (Kan.) before 2011 • Second-leading tackler among defensive lineman and 10th on team overall with 38 tackles, 4.0 TFLs and a sack • Closed year with four tackles vs. Kentucky (11/24) • Three stops with a TFL at #17 South Carolina (10/27) • Five tackles with a 5-yard sack vs. #1 Alabama (10/20) • Three tackles and 0.5 TFL at #5 Georgia (9/29) • Four tackles in each of last two games vs. Akron (9/22) and #18 Florida (9/15) • Three stops with a TFL and QB hurry vs. Ga. State (9/8) • Opened 2012 with five tackles including a TFL and forced a fumble vs. NC State (8/31)

2011 - R-Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 12/4 • JUCO transfer played in all 12 games, making four starts • Had 37 tackles with 6.0 TFLs and a 1.5 sacks on season • Ranked eighth on team in tackles and third in TFLs • Made 27 tackles (4.5 per game) including 5.0 TFLs in last six games after 10 tackles in first six games at UT • Notched five tackles in finale at Kentucky (11/26) • Equaled career high with six tackles vs. Vanderbilt (11/19) including 2.0 TFLs and a half-sack • Five tackles including first-career sack at #8 Arkansas (11/12) • Set career high for second game in a row with six tackles including 1.5 TFLs vs. #14 South Carolina (10/29) in first start at Tennessee • Career high five tackles at #2 Alabama (10/22) • Two tackles including 0.5 TFLs vs. #1 LSU (10/15) • Three stops, including two solos vs. Buffalo (10/1) • Transfer saw first UT action vs. Montana (9/3), had one tackle

2010 - R-Freshman (at Garden City)

• Rivals: 4-star (No. 30 overall junior college prospect • Scout: 4-star • Posted 45 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, three sacks and one forced fumble at Garden City in 2010 • Coach at Garden City Community College: Jeff Tatum

HIGH SCHOOL

• First Team All-State, All-Orange County and All-Metro selection in 2008 as a senior at Orlando Edgewater HS • Collected 110 tackles and 13 sacks as a senior at Orlando Edgewater in 2008 • Coach at Orlando Edgewater: Bill Gierke

PERSONAL

• Full name: Maurice T. Couch • Wife: Stephanie; Daughter: Ahmya • Born: March 25, 1990 • Son of Eyrika Butler • Majoring in Sociology

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2011 Opp. U-A-T, Other 2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other Montana 0-1-1 vs. NC State 5-0-5, 1-3 tfl, ff Cincinnati 0-3-3, 0.5-0 tfl Ga. State 1-2-3, 0.5-1 tfl, qh at Florida 0-0-0 Florida 2-2-4 Buffalo 2-1-3 Akron 3-1-4 Georgia 1-0-1 at Georgia 0-3-3, 0.5-1 tfl LSU 0-2-2, 0.5-0 tfl at Miss State 0-2-2 at Alabama 2-3-5, 0.5-1 tfl Alabama 2-3-5, 1-5 sk, 1-5 tfl South Carolina 2-4-6, 1.5-3 tfl at So. Carolina 3-0-3, 1-1 tfl MTSU 0-0-0 Troy 1-1-2 at Arkansas 1-4-5, 1-3 sk, 1-3 tfl Missouri 1-2-3 Vanderbilt 2-4-6, 0.5-3 sk, 2-5 tfl at Vanderbilt 0-0-0 at Kentucky 0-5-5 Kentucky 3-1-4 utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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 CAREER HIGHS

Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 2011 12/4 10 27 37 1.5-6 6.0-12 0 0 0 0-0 6-SC, Van 2012 12/9 22 16 38 1-5 4-10 1 0 0 0-0 5-2x Totals 24/13 32 43 75 2.5-11 10-22 1 0 0 0-0 6-2x

Tackles 6 vs. South Carolina, 10/29/11 & Vanderbilt, 11/19/11 Tackles For Loss 2 vs. Vanderbilt, 11/19/11 Sacks 1 at Arkansas, 11/12/11 & Alabama, 10/20/12

Jason Croom Wide Receiver

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R-Freshman • RS • 6-5 • 223 Norcross, Ga. • Norcross H.S. 2012 - freshman

• Games/Starts: 3/0 • Redshirt season after suffering a shoulder injury • Made college debut against Georgia State (9/8/12)

High School

• 247sports: 4-star (No. 178 prospect nationally, No. 20 overall wide receiver, No. 15 prospect in Georgia) • ESPN: 3-star (No. 54 overall wide receiver, No. 44 prospect in Georgia, No. 54 prospect in Southeast) • Rivals: 4-star (No. 246 prospect nationally, No. 41 overall wide receiver, No. 19 prospect in Georgia) • Scout: 4-star (No. 44 overall wide receiver) • Recorded 34 catches for 688 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior at Norcross High Scool • As a junior, totaled 30 catches for 506 yards and four TDs

• Competed in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl • 2011 Rivals.com U.S. Army National All-Combine Second Team selection • Rivals250 and Top247 member • Selected to the 2011 Super Southeast 120 by the Mobile (Ala.) Register • Also competed in basketball and track and won state championship in basketball • Coach at Norcross: Keith Maloof

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Jason Isaiah-Labron Croom • Born on Feb. 28, 1994 • Son of Karen Croom-Terry and Terence Terry Jr. • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

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R-SOPHOMORE • SQ • 6-2 • 280 Bristol, Tenn. • Tennessee H.S. 2013 - R-SOPHOMORE

• Awarded Harvey Robinson Most Improved Player On Offense after spring season

2012 - R-FRESHMAN

• Games/Starts: 2/0 • Played second career game in finale vs. Kentucky (11/24) • Backup center, made debut vs. Georgia State (9/8)

2011 - FRESHMAN

• Redshirted • True freshman did not play in a game in 2011, listed as back up center all year on depth chart • Enrolled in classes in January, took part in spring workouts

HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 3-star (No. 14 overall center, No. 8 overall prospect in Tennessee) • Scout: 3-star (No. 9 overall center) • ESPN: 3-star (No. 7 overall center) • Earned All-State, All-Northeast Tenn., All-Conference and

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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 Tenn., 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 Tenn., by the Knoxville News Sentinel • Helped team rush for 180 yards per game as a senior. • 2010 Team Captain and won 2009 conference title • 2010 Homecoming King at Tennessee High • Active member of FCA and Beta Club • Coach at Tennessee High: Greg Stubbs

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Mackenzie James Crowder • Born: December 23, 1992 in Bristol, Tennessee • Son of Mike and Caroline Crowder • Has two brothers, Michael (Princeton) and Matt (Cornell) also play college football • Majoring in Business Marketing


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SENIOR • 3L • 6-1 • 231 Adamsville, Ala. • Minor H.S. 2012 - JUNIOR

• Games/Starts: 11/0 • Regular on special-teams coverage, played in 11 games, made five tackles • Moved to backup SLB prior to Vanderbilt (11/17) game after season-ending injury to Curt Maggitt • Racked up two tackles vs. Kentucky (11/24) in finale

2011 - Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 11/0 • Played 11 of 12 games, made five special teams tackles • Season high two stops at #16 Florida (9/17)

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 third-down tackle that led to a Tigers’ punt • Registered 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 • Saw first career action vs. Florida and notched first two career tackles against UAB a week later

HIGH SCHOOL

• Named to Birmingham News All-West Metro and All-State 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, had 82 tackles, 18 TFLs and nine sacks • 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 • Coach at Minor High School: Randy Cook

 CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack 2010 11/0 11 2 13 0-0 2011 11/0 3 2 5 0-0 2012 11/0 2 3 5 0-0 Totals 34/0 16 7 23 0-0

TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 0-0 1 0 0 0-0 6-Mem 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 2-Fla 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 2-UK 0-0 1 0 0 0-0 6-Mem

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles

6 at Memphis, 11/6/10

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2010 Opp. U-A-T, Other UT-Martin DNP Oregon DNP Florida 0-0-0 UAB 2-0-2 at LSU 0-0-0 at Georgia 2-1-3, ff Alabama 0-0-0 at S. Carolina 0-0-0 at Memphis 5-1-6 Mississippi 0-0-0 at Vanderbilt 0-0-0 Kentucky 0-0-0 UNC (Bowl) 2-0-2

2011 Opp. U-A-T, Other Montana 1-0-1 Cincinnati 0-1-1 at Florida 2-0-2 Buffalo DNP Georgia 0-0-0 LSU 0-1-1 at Alabama 0-0-0 S. Carolina 0-0-0 MTSU 0-0-0 at Arkansas 0-0-0 Vanderbilt 0-0-0 at Kentucky 0-0-0

2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other vs. NC State 0-0-0 Ga. State 0-1-1 Florida 0-1-1 Akron 0-0-0 at Georgia DNP at Miss State 0-0-0

2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other Alabama 0-1-1 at So. Carolina 0-0-0 Troy 0-0-0 Missouri 0-0-0 at Vanderbilt 0-0-0 Kentucky 2-0-2

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RAIQUES CRUMP

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Raiques Lapree Crump • Prounounced: RAY-keese • Born: June 27, 1992 in Birmingham, Alabama • Son of Junaye Wharton • Majoring in Sociology

VINCENT DALLAS WIDE RECEIVER

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JUNIOR • 2L • 5-11 • 187 Ellenwood, Ga. • Cedar Grove H.S. 2012 - SOPHOMORE

• Games/Starts: 12/0 • Returned to receiver after playing as a defensive back for nearly all of training camp in 2012; played all 12 games • Had nine catches for 149 yards with a touchdown in 2012

• Officially moved to backup X receiver behind Justin Hunter prior to Akron (9/22) game • Closed year with an 18-yard catch vs. Kentucky (11/24) • One catch for 14 yards vs. Troy (11/3) • Best game of career at #17 South Carolina (10/27) with utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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PLAYERS three catches for 78 yards; grabbed first career touchdown on a career-long 61-yard catch • Season-long 14-yard catch at #19 Miss State (10/13) • Snagged one ball for seven yards at #5 Georgia (9/29) • Made one catch for 11 yards vs. Akron (9/22) • Opened 2012 with a 7-yard reception vs. NC State (8/31)

2011 - FRESHMAN

• Games/Starts: 11/0 • Played in first 11 games as reserve receiver, had three catches for 37 yards • Suffered a broken hand prior to finale at Kentucky (11/26) and missed that game • Career-long catch for 22 yards vs. Vanderbilt (11/19) • Second career catch at #8 Arkansas (11/12) for nine yards • First career catch for six yards at #16 Florida (9/17) • One of 12 true freshmen to play in opener vs. Montana (9/3)

HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 3-star (No. 52 overall athlete, No. 36 overall prospect in Georgia) • Scout: 3-star (No. 70 overall wide receiver) • ESPN: 3-star (No. 42 overall athlete) • 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 • As a senior in 2010, hauled in 52 receptions for 949 yards and seven touchdowns

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2011 Opp. Montana Cincinnati at Florida Buffalo Georgia LSU

Rec-Yards-TD, Lg 2011 Opp. Rec-Yards-TD, Lg 0-0-0 at Alabama 0-0-0 0-0-0 South Carolina 0-0-0 1-7-0, 7 MTSU 0-0-0 0-0-0 at Arkansas 1-9-0, 9 0-0-0 Vanderbilt 1-22-0, 22 0-0-0 at Kentucky DNP-INJ

• 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 • 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 • Coach at Cedar Grove High School: Raymond Bonner

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Vincent Demetrius Dallas • Born: November 13, 1992 in Brunswick, Georgia • Son of Regina Whipple and Alexander Roberts • Majoring in Sociology

 CAREER STATISTICS Receiving 2011 2012 Totals

GP/GS No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 11/0 3 37 12.3 3.4 0 22-Van 22-Van 12/0 9 149 16.6 12.4 1 61-SC 78-SC 23/0 12 186 15.5 8.1 1 61-SC 78-SC

 CAREER HIGHS Receptions Receiving Yards Touchdowns

3 at South Carolina, 10/27/12 78 at South Carolina, 10/27/12 1 at South Carolina, 10/27/12

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2012 Opp. Rec-Yards-TD, Lg 2012 Opp. Rec-Yards-TD, Lg vs. NC State 1-7-0, 7 Alabama 0-0-0 Ga. State 0-0-0 at So. Carolina 3-78-1, 61 Florida 0-0-0 Troy 1-14-0, 14 Akron 1-11-0, 11 Missouri 0-0-0 at Georgia 1-7-0, 7 at Vanderbilt 0-0-0 at Miss State 1-14-0, 14 Kentucky 1-18-0, 18

TREVOR DANIEL PUNTER

FRESHMAN • HS • 6-2 • 221 DICKSON, TENN. • DICKSON COUNTY H.S. HIGH SCHOOL

• Coached by Troy Williams at Dickson County High School • Rated 3-star by Rivals (No. 29 overall tight end, No. 46 overall prospect in Ohio) • Rated 3-star by 247Sports (No. 43 overall tight end, No. 54 overall prospect in Ohio) • Rated 3-star by ESPN (No. 18 overall tight end, No. 49 overall prospect in Ohio) • Rated 3-star by Scout (No. 48 overall tight end) • Named a Prokicker First Team All-American after his senior season • Was a three year letterwinner on the football team, a member of the basketball team for four, the soccer team for two and the baseball team for two at Dickson • Earned all-district accolades in his junior and senior seasons

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PERSONAL

• Full Name: Trevor Lyn Daniel • Born: December 8, 1994 • Son of Wade and Kimberly Daniel • Majoring in Recreation and Sport Management

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R-JUNIOR • 2L • 6-1 • 220 Bakersfield, Calif. • Frontier H.S. 2012 - R-Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 6/6 • Began 2012 as starting punter • Did not punt in final six games, last punt came at Mississippi State (10/13) • Punted 16 times 39.0 average with six punts inside 20 • Tied career long with 53-yard punt at #5 Georgia (9/29), also pinnd a punt at 1-yard line • Four punts for career-best 44.5 average vs. #18 Florida (9/15) including 50-yarder • Booted five punts for 38.6 yards including 51-yarder vs. NC State (8/31)

2011 - R-FRESHMAN

• Games/Starts: 11/9 • Punted in 11 games with nine starts • Had 40 punts for 38.1 average with 10 inside 20-yard line, three punts of 50 yards • Punted career high six times for third week in a row at Kentucky (11/26), posted a 38.3 average • Punted six times for second week in a row vs. Vanderbilt (11/19) for 37.7 average, landing two inside 20 with long of 52 • Punted six times for a 37.5 avg. at #8 Arkansas (11/12) including career-long 53-yard punt • Five punts for 38.0 average vs. MTSU (11/5) • Punted twice vs. #14 South Carolina for 37.0 average with both kicks inside the 20-yard line • Did not punt at Alabama • Punted four balls for 36.8 average including two inside the 20 vs. #1 LSU (10/15), including at the 1-yard line • Landed two balls inside 10-yard line vs. Georgia (10/8) as part of three punts for 42.2 average • After a 29-yard punt vs. Buffalo (10/1), had a punt blocked, but recovered the ball and rushed 30 yards • At #16 Florida (9/17) punted three times for 44.0 average • In debut, punted twice for 34.0 average, long of 37 vs. Montana (9/3)

2010 - FRESHMAN • Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

• 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 • Averaged 42.9 per punt as senior with career long of 71 • Made 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 High School: Rich Cornford

PERSONAL

• Full name: Matthew Paul Darr • Born: July 2, 1992 in Bakersfield, Calif. • Son of Don and Paula Darr • Majoring in Management

GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

MATT DARR

 CAREER STATISTICS Punting GP/GS No Yds Avg TB FC I20 I10 50+ Blk Long 2011 11/9 40 1525 38.1 2 16 10 4 3 0 53-Ark 2012 6/6 16 624 39.0 1 4 6 2 3 1 53-UGa Totals 17/15 56 2149 38.4 3 20 16 6 6 1 53-2x

 CAREER HIGHS Punts Punting Average Long Long Rush

6 three times, last at Kentucky, 11/26/11 44.5 vs. Florida, 9/15/12 53 at Arkansas, 11/12/11 & at Georgia, 9/29/12 30 vs. Buffalo, 10/1/11

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2011 Opp. Montana Cincinnati at Florida Buffalo Georgia LSU at Alabama So. Carolina MTSU at Arkansas Vanderbilt at Kentucky

Punts-Yds-Avg, Lg 2012 Opp. Punts-Yds-Avg, Lg 2-68-34.0, 37 vs. NC State 5-193-38.6, 51 2-I20 1-35-35.0, 35 Ga. State 1-35-35.0, 35 1-I20 3-132-44.0, 52 Florida 4-178-44.5, 50 1-I20 1-29-29.0, 29 Akron 2-81-40.5, 45 1-I20 4-169-42.2, 49 2-I20 at Georgia 3-124-41.3, 53, blk 1-I20 4-147-36.8, 41 2-120 at Miss State 1-13-13.0, 13 DNP Alabama DNP 2-74-37.0, 37 2-I20 at So. Carolina DNP 5-190-38.0, 43 1-I20 Troy DNP 6-225-37.5, 53 Missouri DNP 6-226-37.7, 52 2-I20 at Vanderbilt DNP 6-230-38.3, 42 Kentucky DNP

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JOSHUA DOBBS QUARTERBACK

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FRESHMAN • HS • 6-3 • 193 ALPHARETTA, GA. • ALPHARETTA H.S. HIGH SCHOOL

• Coached by Jason Dukes at Alpharetta High School • Rated four-star by 247Sports (No. 10 prospect in Georgia, No. 8 pro-style quarterback and No. 107 in the Top247 national prospects) • Rated 4-star by ESPN (No. 21 prospect in Georgia, No. 4 dual threat quarterback and in the ESPN 300 as the No. 177 player in the country) • Rated 4-star by Scout (No. 12 quarterback) • Rated 3-star by Rivals (No. 46 prospect in Georgia, No. 20 pro-style quarterback) • In his senior season at Alpharetta, threw for 3,625 yards and 29 touchdowns while rushing for 419 yards and 10 touchdowns. • Finished his junior season 294-of-392 for 3,113 passing yards and 29 touchdowns, also rushing for 200 yards and two touchdowns • 2013 Franklin D. Watkins Award winner • 2013 Atlanta Journal Constitution Cup Recipient - Best All-Around AHS Senior • 2013 Neighbor Newspaper Male Athlete of the Year • 2012-13 RizinSTAR Atlanta Student Athlete of the Year Award • 2012 Wendy’s High School Heisman State Finalist

• 2012 Alpharetta Raiders Varsity Team Captain and Pat Watson Spirit of the Raider’s Award • 2012 North Fulton Forsyth Touchdown Club Player of the Year • 2012 USA Today Sports American Family Insurance ALLUSA Atlanta Team • 2012 Elite 11 finalist • Earned Honorable Mention All-State, First Team AllCounty, First Team All-Region, Second Team All-Area, First Team All-Conference, Alpharetta H.S. Offensive MVP, and AHS Scholar Athlete honors in his senior season • Named the Georgia Rising Senior Bowl Offensive MVP after throwing for 237 yards, rushing for 56 yards and accounting for three touchdowns in the game • Also a star baseball player at Alpharetta with offers to play college baseball

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Robert Joshua Dobbs • Born: January 26, 1995 • Son of Robert and Stephanie Dobbs • Majoring in Aeronautical Engineering

BRENDAN DOWNS TIGHT END

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JUNIOR • 2L • 6-5 • 248 Bristol, Tenn. • Tennessee H.S. 2012 - Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 10/1 • Began camp as backup tight end to Mychal Rivera, suffered knee injury in scrimmage and missed first two games, played final 10 games • Posted three catches for 39 yards in 2012 • Drew first start of the 2012 season vs. Troy (11/3) • Season-long 15-yard reception late vs. #1 Alabama (10/20) • First career touchdown on a 6-yard reception vs. Akron (9/22) • Returned vs. #18 Florida (9/15) with a few snaps • Big Lick Award in spring for playing with physical toughness

2011 - FRESHMAN

• Games/Starts: 8/1 • True freshman tight end played in eight games • Three catches for 34 yards on the year • First career start in a two-tight end set vs. Buffalo • First career catches, making two for 32 yards vs. Cincinnati (9/10) • Backup tight end in college debut vs. Montana (9/3), one of 12 true freshmen to see action

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HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 3-star (No. 28 overall tight end, No. 7 overall prospect in Tennessee) • Scout: 3-star (No. 26 overall tight end) • ESPN: 3-star (No. 32 overall tight end) • Earned All-Region honors as both a senior in 2010 and junior in 2009 • Named All-Conference as a senior • As a senior, had team-high 34 receptions for 470 yards and four touchdowns • As a junior, tallied eight receptions for 204 yards • 2010 Team Captain and part of 2009 Conference Championship • Holds Viking Football power clean record • Also a standout track and basketball athlete, earning AllConference honors in both as a junior • Averaged 6.1 points and 4.5 rebounds per game as a junior for the Vikings basketball team • Coach at Tennessee High: Greg Stubbs

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Clyde Brendan Downs • Born: May 5, 1993 in Richmond, Virginia • Son of Erin and Butch Downs • Majoring in Business


Receiving 2011 2012 Totals

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME

GP/GS No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 8/1 3 34 11.3 4.2 0 21 32-UC 10/1 3 39 13.0 3.9 1 18-Miz 18-Miz 18/2 6 73 12.2 4.1 1 21-UC 32-UC

 CAREER HIGHS Receptions Receiving Yards Touchdowns

2 vs. Cincinnati, 9/10/11 32 vs. Cincinnati, 9/10/11 1 vs. Akron, 9/22/12

2011 Opp. Montana Cincinnati at Florida Buffalo Georgia LSU

Rec-Yards-TD, Lg 2011 Opp. Rec-Yards-TD, Lg 0-0-0 at Alabama 0-0-0 2-32-0, 21 South Carolina DNP 0-0-0 MTSU 0-0-0 0-0-0 at Arkansas DNP 1-2-0, 2 Vanderbilt DNP 0-0-0 at Kentucky DNP

2012 Opp. Rec-Yards-TD, Lg 2012 Opp. Rec-Yards-TD, Lg vs. NC State DNP Alabama 1-15-0, 15 Ga. State DNP at So. Carolina 0-0-0 Florida 0-0-0 Troy 0-0-0 Akron 1-6-1, 6 Missouri 1-18-0, 18 at Georgia 0-0-0 at Vanderbilt 0-0-0 at Miss State 0-0-0 Kentucky 0-0-0

TYLER DRUMMER WIDE RECEIVER/HOLDER

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R-SENIOR • 1L • 6-1 • 169 Powell, Tenn. • Powell H.S. • Univ. of the Cumberlands (Ky) 2012 - R-JUNIOR

• Games/Starts: 11/0 • Holder for kick attempts for the final nine games of the season • Scored first career touchdown during the third overtime against Missouri (11/10) on fake field goal run of five yards

2011 - R-Sophomore • Squad member

2010 - SOPHOMORE • Redshirted

2009 - FRESHMAN

• Played at University of the Cumberlands in Kentucky

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 CAREER STATISTICS

HIGH SCHOOL

• Started two years at wide receiver • Earned All-Region and All-District honors as a senior • Also played basketball for four years • Coach at Powell: Matt Lowe

PERSONAL

• Full name: Joshua Tyler Drummer • Born: January 1, 1991 • Son of Jo Wilson • Majoring in English

 CAREER STATISTICS Rushing 2012

GP/GS No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 11/0 1 5 5.0 0.5 1 5-Mizz 5-Mizz

ALEX ELLIS TIGHT END

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R-Sophomore • SQ • 6-4 • 240 DelMar, Del. • DelMar H.S. Career Honors

• 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2013 - R-SOPHOMORE

• Awarded John Stucky Iron Vol award after spring season

2012 - SOPHOMORE

• Squad member, did not play in any games

2011 - FRESHMAN

HIGH SCHOOL

• Played football and lacrosse at Delmar High School in Delaware • Coach at Delmar High School: David Hearn

PERSONAL

• Full name: Alexander Colby Ellis • Born: February 10, 1993 • Son of Shea Ellis and Mackenzie Hay • Majoring in Biomedical Engineering

• Redshirt season

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RILEY FERGUSON QUARTERBACK

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FRESHMAN • HS • 6-3 • 173 MATTHEWS, N.C. • BUTLER H.S. HIGH SCHOOL

• Rated 4-star by ESPN (No. 16 overall quarterback, No. 6 overall prospect in North Carolina, No. 212 overall prospect in the nation) • Rated 3-star by Rivals (No. 23 overall quarterback, No. 19 overall prospect in North Carolina) • Rated 3-star by 247Sports (No. 30 overall pro-style quarterback, No. 20 overall prospect in North Carolina) • Rated 3-star by Scout (No. 42 overall quarterback) • Led the Bulldogs to state titles in 2010 and 2012, earning championship game MVP honors during his senior season after throwing for 301 yards and five touchdowns • Finished his final prep campaign with 2,173 yards passing and 25 touchdowns in nine games • Completed 66 percent of his passes (184-of-279) for 3,345

yards and 48 touchdowns as a junior • Also threw for 2,600 yards and 21 scores during his sophomore season • Participated in the 2012 Elite 11 finals in Redondo Beach, Calif. • Was a nominee for the 2012 U.S. Army All-American Bowl • Named to the 2011 ESPNHS All-State team • Coach at Butler High School: Brian Hales

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Riley Logan Ferguson • Born: January 19, 1995 • Son of Don and Diana Ferguson • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

CHARLES FOLGER DEFENSIVE LINE

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R-FRESHMAN • RS • 6-4 • 251 Augusta, Ga. • Lincoln County H.S. 2012 - FRESHMAN • Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

• Played defensive end and right tackle at Lincoln County High School in Georgia • Honored as Red Devils’ “Most Impoved Player” as a senior • Coach at Lincoln County: Larry Campbell

PERSONAL

• Full name: Charles Allan Folger • Born: Nov. 21, 1993 • Son of Charles and Cindy Folger • Majoring in Special Education

MALIK FOREMAN DEFENSIVE BACK

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FRESHMAN • HS • 5-10 • 177 KINGSPORT, TENN. • DOBYNS-BENNETT H.S. HIGH SCHOOL

• Rated 3-star Rivals (No. 19 prospect in Tennessee) • Rated 3-star by 247Sports (No. 17 prospect in Tennessee, No. 59 athlete in nation) • Rated 3-star by ESPN (No. 33 prospect in Tennessee) • Named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Class 6A All-State Football Team • Began his senior season as a wide receiver and caught 14 passes for 278 yards and four touchdowns • After an injury to the team’s quarterback, moved over to the backfield where he threw for 586 yards and four touchdowns while also rushing for 1,270 yards and 17 touchdowns (12.3 yards/carry) • Defensively, recorded a league-best six interceptions, in56

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cluding two returned for touchdowns • Credited with eight pass break-ups, seven forced fumbles and five tackles for loss • As a returner, averaged 52.5 yards on four punt returns, two for touchdowns, while also averaging 35.8 yards/return on four kick returns including one for a touchdown • Coach at Dobyns-Bennett High School: Graham Clark

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Tony Malik Foreman • Born: June 30, 1995 • Son of Tony and Tanya Foreman • Majoring in Business


LINEBACKER

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Senior • 3L • 6-1 • 256 Jackson, Ky. • Breathitt County H.S. HONORS

• 2011 SEC Academic Honor Roll • 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2012 - JUNIOR

• Games/Starts: 12/0 • Former fullback played at linebacker and on special teams • Posted 18 tackles in 12 games in first season on defense • Led team with 13 tackles on special teams • Has returned five kickoffs for 70 yards on short kicks • Three special teams tackles vs. #1 Alabama (10/20) • Three stops vs. #18 Florida (9/15), all on special teams • Career high six tackles along with a 0.5 TFL in most playing time of career in defense vs. Georgia State (9/8) • Made a tackle in opener vs. NC State (8/31)

2011 - Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 12/1 • Played in all 12 games in 2011 with one start at fullback • Saw extensive time on special teams, kick-block coverage, making one tackle • Made first special teams tackle of year vs. Vanderbilt (11/19) • Career high three catches for 17 yards vs. Montana (9/3) in fourth consecutive start • Shared Stucky Hard Knox Award for off-season physical & mental conditioning

2010 - Freshman

• Games/Starts: 13/5 • Saw action 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

• Practiced with Vols during mid-December lead in to 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 finish

• 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 High School: Mike Holcomb

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Bryce Channing Fugate • Pronunciation: FEW-git • Born: July 26, 1991 • Majoring in Special Education

 CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 2011 12/0 1 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 1-Vand 2012 12/0 10 8 18 0-0 0.5-0 0 0 0 0-0 6-GSU Totals 37/6 11 8 19 0-0 0.5-0 0 0 0 0-0 6-GSU Receiving 2010 2011 Total

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CHANNING FUGATE

GP/GS No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 13/5 2 21 10.5 1.8 0 17-UK 17-UK 12/1 3 17 5.7 1.4 0 7-Mon 17-Mon 37/6 5 48 9.6 1.9 0 17-UK 17-UK

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles Tackles For Loss Receptions Receiving Yards

7 vs. Georgia State, 9/8/12 0.5 vs. Georgia State, 9/8/12 3 vs. Montana, 9/3/11 17 vs. Kentucky, 11/27/10 & vs. Montana, 9/3/11

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2010 Opp. UT-Martin Oregon Florida UAB at LSU at Georgia Alabama at S. Carolina at Memphis Mississippi at Vanderbilt Kentucky UNC (Bowl)

Rec.-Yds.-TD, Lg. 2011 Opp. Rec.-Yds.-TD, Lg. 0-0-0 Montana 3-17-0, 7 0-0-0 Cincinnati 0-0-0 0-0-0 at Florida 0-0-0 0-0-0 Buffalo 0-0-0 0-0-0 Georgia 0-0-0 0-0-0 LSU 0-0-0 0-0-0 at Alabama 0-0-0 1-4-0, 4 S. Carolina 0-0-0 0-0-0 MTSU 0-0-0 0-0-0 at Arkansas 0-0-0 0-0-0 Vanderbilt 0-0-0 1-17-0, 17 at Kentucky 0-0-0 0-0-0

2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other vs. NC State 1-0-1 Ga. State 5-2-7, 0.5-0 tfl Florida 1-2-3 Akron 1-0-1 at Georgia 0-1-1 at Miss State 0-1-1

2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other Alabama 2-1-3 at So. Carolina 0-0-0 Troy 0-0-0 Missouri 0-0-0 at Vanderbilt 0-0-0 Kentucky 0-1-1

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ZACH FULTON OFFENSIVE LINE

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SENIOR • 3L • 6-5 • 323 Homewood, Ill. • Homewood-Flossmoor H.S. CAREER HONORS

• 2013 Lindy’s Preseason Third Team All-SEC • SEC Offensive Lineman of Week (Sept. 3, 2012) • 2013 Phil Steele Preseason Second Team All-SEC

2012 - JUNIOR

• Games/Starts: 11/11 • SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week (Sept. 3). First Vol to earn that award since 2009 • Started 28 of last 31 games dating to 2010 at right guard • In 2012, started first seven games and 11 overall at right guard • Helped offense to 475.9 yards per game (20th in NCAA), 315.6 yards of passing offense (15th in NCAA), just eight sacks allowed (0.67 per game/fourth in NCAA) • Vols have had five games with 500-plus yards of total offense, the most since posting six in 1997 • Returned to start vs. Troy (11/3) and aided Vols’ schoolrecord 718 yards of total offense • Streak of 22 consecutive games started ended as he was sidelined at #17 South Carolina (10/27) with an ankle injury

2011 - Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 12/12 • Started last 15 games in a row at right guard dating to 2010, including 12 during the season • Started 17 games overall, dating to freshman season • Vols allowed just 18 sacks (1.5 per game), third-fewest in the SEC • Helped offense to two games with 500-plus yards

2010 - Freshman

• Games/Starts: 12/5 • Saw action 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 to 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 tie the SEC lead with six 100-yard rushing games

HIGH SCHOOL

• 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

PERSONAL

• Full name: Zachary Quinn Fulton • Born: September 23, 1991 • Son of Glen and Alma Fulton • Older brother Xavier Fulton played at Illinois and is currently a member of the Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL) • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

MATT GIAMPAPA LONG SNAPPER

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R-SOPHOMORE • RS • 6-0 • 229 Jackson, Tenn. • Univ. School of Jackson • Michigan State 2012 - Sophomore

• Redshirt season, did not play in any games • Listed as back-up long snapper all season in return to home state

2011 - Freshman (at Michigan State)

• Lettered as a freshman at Michigan State as the Spartans starting long snapper • Snapped in all 13 games as he was one of 19 freshman starting snappers in the nation in 2011

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HIGH SCHOOL

• Ranked among the nation’s top high school long snappers by Chris Rubio (No. 15) • Two-year starter at right guard and long snapper at University School of Jackson • Honorable mention All-Region as a senior • All-West Tennessee honorable mention by the Jackson Sun • Coach at Jackson: Mickey Marley

PERSONAL

• Full name: Matthew Christopher Giampapa • Born: March 3, 1993 • Son of Chris and Mary Ann Giampapa • Majoring in Business Admininstration


OFFENSIVE LINE

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R-JUNIOR • SQ • 6-4 • 287 Knoxville, Tenn. • Farragut H.S. 2012 - R-SOPHOMORE

• Games/Starts: 1/0 • Made college debut playing final quarter of finale vs. Kentucky (11/24)

2011 - R-FRESHMAN • Squad member

2010 - Freshman • Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

• Started two years at left tackle at Farragut High School • Earned All-Region honors as a junior and All-District and All-KIL accolades as a senior • Selected to play in the Tennessee-Kentucky Border Bowl as a senior • Helped team to a 21-5 record over final two years • Coach at Farragut: Eddie Courtney

PERSONAL

• Full name: Jacob Lloyd Gilliam • Born: July 19, 1992 • Son of David and Michelle Gilliam • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

GREGORY GRIECO LINEBACKER

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JACOB GILLIAM

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R-Junior • SQ • 5-10 • 218 Knoxville, Tenn. • Farragut H.S. HONORS

• 2011 SEC Academic Honor Roll • 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2012 - R-Sophomore

• Earned scholarship prior to the season • Did not play any games

2011 - R-Freshman • Squad member

2010 - Freshman • Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

• Started three years at defensive end • Earned All-Region 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

PERSONAL

• Full name: Gregory Ross Grieco • Pronunciation: greek-OH • Born: June 2, 1992 • Son of Betty and Roger Grieco • Majoring in Kinesiology

CHRISTIAN HARRIS LINEBACKER

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R-Sophomore • 1L • 6-1 • 240 Woodstock, Ga. • Etowah H.S. HONORS

2011 - Freshman

2012 - R-Freshman

HIGH SCHOOL

• 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll • Games/Starts: 10/0 • Played in 10 games on special teams, did not make a tackle • Suffered torn ACL in left knee during spring practice and underwent surgery

• Redshirted

• Rivals: 3-star (No. 90 overall prospect in Georgia) • Scout: 3-star (No. 90 overall outside linebacker) • ESPN: 3-star (No. 54 overall outside linebacker) • Named to Georgia’s 2010 Class AAAAA All-State team utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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PLAYERS • 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 • 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

• Helped Etowah to the Region 5 championship and an 8-1 regular-season record • Coach at Etowah: Bill Stewart

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Christian Thomas Harris • Born: May 28, 1993 in Charlotte, North Carolina • Son of Jamie and Connie Harris • Majoring in Management

PAUL HARRIS WIDE RECEIVER

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Freshman • HS • 6-4 • 200 Accokeek, Md. • Frederick Douglass H.S. HIGH SCHOOL

• Early enrollee joining the Vols in January 2013 • Rivals: 4-star (No. 39 overall WR, No. 7 prospect from Maryland) • Scout: 3-star (No. 99 overall WR) • ESPN: 3-star (No. 18 prosepct from Maryland) • Was a consensus Maryland All-State selection in 2012 • Hauled in 32 receptions for 732 yards and 11 touchdowns to help lead Frederick Douglass to a second-consecutive Class 2A state runner-up finish as a senior • Kicked a game-winning, 26-yard field goal to give the Eagles a playoff victory over Patuxent • As a junior, had 39 receptions for 735 yards and 12 touchdowns

• Also named to the 2012 Washington Post All-Met First Team • Participated in the 2012 Chesapeake Bowl • Invited to “The Opening,” an all-star prospect camp • Started his prep career at DeMatha Catholic High School where he played two seasons for Bill McGregor • Coach at Frederick Douglass: J.C. Pickney

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Paul Jerome Harris • Born on April 25, 1994 • Son of Tiasha Carter • Majoring in Communications

ANDREW HENRY LONG SNAPPER

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R-Sophomore • SQ • 6-2 • 212 Gallatin, Tenn. • Station Camp H.S. HONORS

• 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2012 - SOPHOMORE

• Squad member, did not play in any games

2011 - Freshman

• Walk-on with the Vols, part of the squad in Fall 2011

HIGH SCHOOL

• Played at Station Camp High School • Team MVP • Team Offensive Line MVP

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• JROTC Leadership Award • All County Second Team • Second Team All County Offensive Lineman • JROTC Football Leadership Award • National Football Foundation Charles W. Hawkins Scholar-Athlete Award

PERSONAL

• Full name: Andrew Warren Henry • Born: January 22, 1993 • Son of Chris and Michelle Henry • Majoring in Mechanical Engineering


QUARTERBACK

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FRESHMAN • HS • 6-0 • 185 KNOXVILLE, TENN. • CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF KNOXVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

• Rated three-star by ESPN (No. 26 prospect in Tennessee, No. 50 at his position ranked No. 450 regionally) • Rated two-star by 247Sports (No. 39 prospect in Tennessee, No. 75 pro-style quarterback) • Career stats include 774-of-1,040 passing (.744), 10,978 yards, 131 passing touchdowns, 22 interceptions, 108 carries, 290 yards rushing and nine rushing touchdowns • Put up 5,158 passing yards on 378-of-496 passing while also tallying 59 touchdowns • In his junior season was 357-of-484 with 5,191 passing yards and 65 passing touchdowns • Holds the NFHS National Record of highest completion percentage of a career (.744) besting Garrett Grayson’s (Vancouver Heritage) old mark of 71.6 also tallying the highest completion percentage in a season (76.2 - 2012) • His TSSAA State records include: Most completions career (774); most completions season (378-2012); most passing attempts (496-2012); Most passing yards career (10,978); most passing yards season (5,191-2011); most touchdown passes career (131); most touchdown passes season (652011); most touchdowns career, rushing and passing (140);

most touchdowns season, rushing and passing (69-2011); total offense in career, rushing and passing (11,368 yards); total offense in a season (5,364 yards) • His TSSAA State Championship records include: Most completions (1. 35-2012, 2. 32-2011); most passing yards (1. 476-2011, 2. 461-2012); most touchdown passes (1. 7-2011, 2. 6-2012) • Class AA Mr. Football in his junior and senior seasons, Class 3A BlueCross Bowl MVP in his junior and senior seasons, PrepXtra Offensive Player of the Year in his junior and senior seasons, TSWA All-State Class 3A in his junior and senior years, and Led CAK to back-to-back Class 3A state titles in his junior and senior seasons • Compiled a 28-3 record as a starter, 10-0 in the playoffs • Just one of four quarterbacks in the country to throw for over 5,000 yards • Coach at Christian Academy of Knoxville: Rusty Bradley

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CHARLIE HIGH

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Charles Randall High • Born: January 13, 1994 • Son of Bill and Joyce High • Majoring in Recreation and Sport Management

ALDEN HILL RUNNING BACK

R-Freshman • RS • 6-2 • 215 Alliance, Ohio • Marlington H.S. HONORS

• 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2013 - SOPHOMORE

• Awarded John Stucky Iron Vol award after spring season

2012 - Freshman

• Did not play as a freshman, redshirt season

HIGH SCHOOL

• 247sports: 3-star (No. 63 overall running back, No. 54 prospect in Ohio) • ESPN: 2-star (No. 99 overall running back, No. 91 prospect in Ohio) • Rivals: 3-star (No. 48 overall running back, No. 43 prospect in Ohio) • Scout: 3-star (No. 65 overall running back) • Finished as Marlington’s all-time career rushing leader with 4,745 yards • Earned All-Ohio Associated Press Division III First-Team honors as a senior • Akron-Beacon Journal All-Star First Team • All-Northeastern Buckeye Conference • All-Stark County honors, Division III • First-Team Canton Repository Division III

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• WHBC All-Stark County Offense Division III • First-Team Northeast Inland Division III Offense Honors • Rushed for 1,409 yards with 16 touchdowns in 2011 • Caught eight passes for 216 yards with two touchdowns • As a junior, earned All-Ohio Associated Press Division III Offensive Player of the Year • All-Ohio Associated Press Division III First-team • All-Northeast Inland District Offensive Player of the Year • All-Northeast Inland District First-team • Repository All-Stark County Player of the Year...Repository All-Stark County First-Team • NBC Player of the Year • All-NBC First-team • Set school record for single-season rushing yards (2,241) and single-game rushing yards (279) • Set school record for career rushing yards as a junior • Accounted for 35 TDs while averaging 8.7 yards a carry • Also played linebacker in high school with the Dukes • Coached at Marlington: Ed Miley

PERSONAL

• Full name: Alden Gregory Hill • Born: January 23, 1994 • Son of Tami Hill • Majoring in Graphic Design utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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DANIEL HOOD

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DEFENSIVE LINE

R-SENIOR • 2L • 6-4 • 277 Knoxville, Tenn. • Knoxville Catholic H.S. HONORS

• 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll • 2011 SEC Academic Honor Roll • 2010 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2012 - R-JUNIOR

• Games/Starts: 12/0 • Back-up nose guard behind Daniel McCullers in 2012 • Played in all 12 games in 2012 with seven tackles • Career-best three tackles at #19 Mississippi State (10/13) • Worked on special teams kick-block unit

2011 - R-Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 11/8 • Switched to defensive line after spending 2010 on O-Line • Started eight games in 2011, playing in 11, first career starts with eight tackles with one sack • One tackle in each five of eight games this season • First career sack vs. #1 LSU (10/15) with 3-yard loss • Made career high two stops vs. Georgia (10/8) • First career start came vs. Montana (9/3), made one tackle from nose tackle position

2010 - R-Freshman

• 2010 Academic All-SEC • 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 every quarter vs. Mississippi, in which the Vols amassed 441 yards of offense, a UT season-high against an SEC foe

2009 - Freshman • Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

• 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 7 1/2 sacks • Coach at Knoxville Catholic: Mark Pemberton

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Daniel Allyn Hood • Born: December 5, 1989 in Kingsport, Tennessee • Son of Allyn Hood and and the late Cindy Flanary • Majoring in Management

 CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack 2010 6/0 0 0 0 0-0 2011 12/8 3 5 8 1-3 2012 12/0 2 5 7 0-0 Totals 30/8 5 10 15 1-3

TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 -1-3 0 0 0 0-0 2-UGa 1-1 0 0 0 0-0 4-MSU 2-4 0 0 0 0-0 4-MSU

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles Sacks

3 at Mississippi State, 10/13/12 1 vs. LSU, 10/15/11

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2011 Opp. U-A-T, Other 2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other Montana 0-1-1 vs. NC State 0-0-0 Cincinnati 0-1-1 Ga. State 0-1-1 at Florida 1-0-1 Florida 0-0-0 Buffalo 1-0-1 Akron 0-0-0 Georgia 0-2-2 at Georgia 0-0-0 1-0-1, 1-3 sk, 1-3 tfl at Miss State 0-3-3 LSU at Alabama 0-0-0 Alabama 0-0-0 South Carolina 0-0-0 at So. Carolina 1-0-1 MTSU 0-0-0 Troy 0-0-0 at Arkansas 0-1-1 Missouri 1-0-1, 1-1 tfl Vanderbilt 0-0-0 at Vanderbilt 0-0-0 at Kentucky 0-0-0 qh Kentucky 0-1-1

PIG Howard Wide Receiver

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SOPHOMORE • 1L • 5-8 • 185 Orlando, Fla. • Edgewater H.S. 2012 - Freshman

• Games/Starts: 10/0 • Played in 10 games, one of 10 true freshman to see action in 2012 • Seeing action at receiver and as a Wildcat QB • Has 13 catches for 54 yards and 14 carries for 44 yards; also threw one pass for a 13-yard touchdown 62

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• First career receiving touchdown on a 16-yard catch vs. Missouri (11/10) • Ran once for 11 yards and had two catches for nine yards vs. Troy (11/3) • Threw first career pass for a 13-yard touchdown at #17 South Carolina (10/27) • Touchdown pass at South Carolina was first by a non-quarterback since Lucas Taylor in 2007


High School

• 247sports: 4-star (No. 121 overall prospect, No. 14 overall wide receiver, No. 19 prospect in Florida) • ESPN: 4-star (No. 150 overall prospect, No. 22 overall wide receiver, No. 29 prospect in Florida) • Rivals: 4-star (No. 47 overall wide receiver, No. 41 prospect in Florida) • Scout: 3-star (No. 76 overall wide receiver) • Participated in the 2012 Under Armour All-American Game at Tropicana Field in Tampa, Fla. Made one catch for 17 yards and returned two kickoffs for 41 yards • Ranked No. 3 in the Orlando Sentinel’s 2012 Central Florida “Super 60” • One of the top 50 in Florida by the Gainesville (Fla.) Sun. • Selected to the 2011 Super Southeast 120 by the Mobile (Ala.) Register • As a senior at Edgewater High School in 20111, caught 36 passes for 691 yards (19.2 yards per catch) and five touchdowns en route to Associated Press 7A All-State Team honors • Also had 392 yards on 55 carries (7.13 yards per carry) and scored three rushing touchdowns • As a junior, scored 23 total touchdowns while posting 1,146 receiving yards and 546 rushing yards • Rushed for 1,209 yards, tallied 793 yards receiving and scored 17 touchdowns as a sophomore • Also a member of the Edgewater track team, competing in the broad jump.

• Coach at Edgewater: Zac Yarbrough

High School

• Full Name: Alton Quamine Howard • Nicknamed Pig • Born: March 9, 1993 • Son of Vonetta Burch • Brother Quincy McDuffie plays at Central Florida (2011) • Majoring in Communications

 CAREER STATISTICS Receiving 2012

GP/GS No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 10/0 13 54 4.2 5.4 0 16-Mizz 18-Akr

Rushing 2012

GP/GS No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 10/0 14 44 3.1 4.4 0 16-MSU 30-MSU

 CAREER HIGHS Rushes Rushing Yards Receptions Receiving Yards Touchdowns

4 at Mississippi State, 10/13/12 30 at Mississippi State, 10/13/12 2 four times, last at Vanderbilt, 11/17/12 18 vs. Akron, 9/22/12 1 vs. Missouri, 11/10/12

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2012 Opp. Rush-Yds-TD, Lg Florida 0-0-0 Akron 1-3-0, 3 at Georgia 1-0-0, 0 at Miss State 4-30-0, 16 Alabama 2-3-0, 3 at S.Carolina 1-1-0, 1 Troy 1-11-0, 11 Missouri 1-2-0, 2 at Vanderbilt 2- (-5)-0, 1 Kentucky 1- (-1)-0, -1

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• In addition to TD pass at South Carolina, also caught two passes for 15 yards • Ran twice for three yards and had a 4-yard catch vs. #1 Alabama (10/20) • Ran for 30 yards on four carries and made a catch for five yards at #19 Mississippi State (10/13) • First two college catches vs. Akron (9/22) for 18 yards; also rushed once for three yards • College debut vs. #18 Florida (9/15), seeing a few snaps

Rec-Yds-TD, Lg Passing 0-0-0 2-18-0, 13 1- (-2)-0, -2 1-5-0, 5 1-4-0, 4 2-15-0, 10 1-1-13, 13-yd TD pass 2-9-0, 7 1-16-1, 16 2- (-9)-0, 0 1- (-2)-0, -2

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JUNIOR • 2L • 6-2 • 307 Vero Beach, Fla. • Vero Beach H.S. Honors

• 2011 Phil Steele Freshman All-American First Team • 2011 SEC All-Freshman Team selection by coaches

2012 - SOPHOMORE

• Games/Starts: 12/0 • Listed as backup left guard to Dallas Thomas in 2012 • Played in all 12 games this season, seeing action on field goal/kick block • Helped offense to 475.9 yards per game (20th in NCAA), 315.6 yards of passing offense (15th in NCAA), just eight sacks allowed (0.67 per game/fourth in NCAA) • Saw most extensive action of season at #17 South Carolina (10/27) with Zach Fulton sidelined due to injury

2011 - Freshman

• Games/Starts: 12/5 • Played in all 12 games as one of 16 true freshmen to play for Vols in 2011 • Started last five games at left guard for the Vols • Part of field goal/PAT offensive line unit for all 12 games

• Drew first start vs. #14 South Carolina (10/29) • Played second half at left guard at #2 Alabama (10/22) • Made college debut vs. Montana seeing action on the line • Early enrollee, starting with Vols in January

HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 3-star (No. 13 overall guard, No. 51 overall in Florida) • Scout: 3-star (No. 15 overall guard) • ESPN: 4-star (No. 6 overall guard, No. 87 overall prospect) • Member of Under Armour All-America Team • ESPNU 150 Team • All-Area honors as both a senior in 2010 and junior in 2009 • Coach at Vero Beach: Gary Coggin

PERSONAL

• Full name: Marcus Jamaal Jackson • Born: July 12, 1992 • Son of Verna Jackson • Majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies • Switched to his high school number, 75, for his junior year utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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JA’WUAN JAMES OFFENSIVE LINE

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SENIOR • 3L • 6-6 • 318 Suwanee, Ga. • North Gwinnett H.S. HONORS

• 2013 Lindy’s Preseason Second Team All-SEC • 2013 Lindy’s Preseason No. 8 Overall Top Tackle • 2013 Athlon Sports Preseason Third Team All-SEC • 2013 Phil Steele Preseason Third Team All-SEC • 2012 Preseason All-SEC by league media • 2012 Preseason All-SEC Second Team (Lindy’s) • 2012 Preseason All-SEC Fourth Team (Phil Steele) • 2010 SEC All-Freshman Team selection by Coaches

2012 - Junior

• Games/Starts: 12/12 • Started all 37 games of college career, all at right tackle • Vols had five games with 500-plus yards of total offense, the most since posting six in 1997 • Helped offense to 475.9 yards per game (20th in NCAA), 315.6 yards of passing offense (15th in NCAA), just eight sacks allowed (0.67 per game/fourth in NCAA) • Fourth Quarter Award in spring for intangible values • John Stucky Off-Season Award

2011 - Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 12/12 • Started all 25 games of his college career, all at right tackle • Vols allowed just 18 sacks (1.5 per game), third-fewest in SEC during the season • UT has gained more than 500 yards in two games in 2011

2010 - Freshman

to see action in every single quarter in 2010 while holding down the right tackle position • 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 school-record seven true freshmen to start at Memphis • Helped Tauren Poole tie SEC lead with six 100-yard games

HIGH SCHOOL

• Enrolled at UT in January and participated in spring drills • 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 Journal-Constitution 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 • As a junior, led to berth in state quarterfinals with 10-3 finish • In 2007 North Gwinnett advance to state final with 13-2 record • Coach at North Gwinnett High School: Bob Sphire

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Ja’Wuan Amir James • Born: June 3, 1992 in Atlanta, Georgia • Son of Nichelle James-Mickens and Burkley James • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

• 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

RYAN JENKINS Wide Receiver

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FRESHMAN • HS • 5-11 • 180 MARIETTA, GA. • LASSITER H.S. HIGH SCHOOL

• Rated four-star recruit by 247Sports (No. 28 wide receiver) • Rated four-star recruit by ESPN (No. 31 prospect in Georgia, No. 47 wide receiver) • Rated three-star recruit by Rivals (No. 34 prospect in Georgia, No. 48 wide receiver) • Invited to “The Opening”, an all-star summer prospect camp held on the Nike Campus • Recorded 24 catches for 415 yards and six touchdowns in his senior season at Lassiter High School to a 10-1 record and the No. 1 seed in the 6A Playoffs • Coach at Lassiter High School: Jep Irwin

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PERSONAL

• Full Name: Ryan Matthew Jenkins • Born: November 21, 1994 • Son of Lee and Martica Jenkins • Father, Lee Jenkins, was a defensive back for the Vols from 1980-82 • His Brother, Martin, is a cornerback at Clemson • Majoring in Sports Psychology


LINEBACKER

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JUNIOR • 2L • 6-2 • 243 Gainesville, Ga. • Gainesville H.S. HONORS

• 2013 Lott Trophy Watch List • 2013 Lindy’s Preseason Second Team All-American • 2013 Lindy’s Preseason First Team All-SEC • 2013 Lindy’s Preseason No. 3 Top Inside Linebacker • 2013 Athlon Sports Preseason First Team All-SEC • 2013 Athlon Sports Preseason Fourth Team All-American • 2013 Sporting News Preseason Second Team All-American • 2013 Sporting News Preseason First Team All-SEC • 2013 Phil Steele Preseason Third Team All-American • 2013 Phil Steele Preseason First Team All-SEC • 2012 Coaches All-SEC Second Team • Member of 2012 Preseason Butkus Watch List • 2012 All-SEC Preseason Second Team by league media • 2012 All-SEC Preseason Third Team by league coaches • CFPA Hon. Mention Linebacker of the Week (Oct. 14, 2012) • 2011 Consensus Freshman All-American • 2011 First-Team Freshman All-American by Football Writers of America, The Sporting News, Fox Sports, Phil Steele, Yahoo! Sports • Five 2011 Freshman All-American honors set Tennessee record, breaking mark of four by Eric Berry in 2009 • 2011 SEC All-Freshman Team selection • SEC Freshman of the Week (Oct. 22, 2011: Alabama)

2012 - SOPHOMORE

• Games/Starts: 12/12 • 2012 Coaches All-SEC Second Team • Member of 2012 Preseason Butkus Watch List • 2012 All-SEC Preseason Second Team by league media • 2012 All-SEC Preseason Third Team by league coaches • 2012 Preseason All-SEC Second Team (Lindy’s) • 2012 Preseason All-SEC Third Team (Phil Steele) • Second season as starting middle linebacker • Led SEC and UT with 138 tackles (fourth-most in NCAA) in 12 starts in 2012, also had team-high 8.5 TFLs for 25 yards, his first career sack and eight quarterback hurries • Posted most tackles by a Vol since Jerod Mayo made 140 in 2007 • Fourth in NCAA, first SEC in tackles per game (11.5) • With 21 tackles at Miss State, had most stops by a Vol in 48 years, since Keith DeLong had 23 vs. Alabama in 1988 • Rushed 12 times for 21 yards and a team-high six touchdowns out of `The Beast’ package, a Wildcat QB formation • Averaging 12.9 tackles per game over last 10 games with 129 in those 10 games including double-figure tackles in each game (at least 11 in each) • Closed year with 14 tackles, including first career sack (for 10 yards), two TFLs and his sixth rushing touchdown of the season vs. Kentucky (11/24) • 12 tackles including two TFLs at Vanderbilt (11/17) • Notched 11 tackles vs. Missouri (11/10) • Surpassed 100 tackles for the season in ninth game with 13 vs. Troy (11/3) • Sixth game in a row with double-figure tackles, piling up 11 stops at #17 South Carolina (10/27) • Racked up 14 tackles vs. #1 Alabama (10/20), has 27 career tackles vs. the Crimson Tide in two games

• Had 11 tackles in each of three games in a row (9/15-29) • Career-high 21 tackles, most by a Vol since 1988, at #19 Mississippi State (10/13), had 1.5 TFLs • For third game in a row had 11 tackles and a rushing touchdown, at #5 Georgia (9/29) in homecoming, also recovered a fumble and had a TFL • Racked up 11 stops and rushed for a TD for the second game in a row vs. Akron (9/22) • As a Wildcat QB (which he played in HS) rushed twice vs. Florida (9/15) and scored first-career touchdown on a 1-yard rush; also racked up 11 tackles and a 6-yard TFL • It was fitting that Johnny Majors, who played multiple positions, had his jersey No. 45 retired vs. Florida • Opened 2012 with four tackles vs. NC State (8/31) • Fourth Quarter Award in spring for intangible values

2011 - FRESHMAN

• Games/Starts: 12/10 • Consensus Freshman All-American • First-Team Freshman All-American by Football Writers of America, The Sporting News, Fox Sports, Phil Steele, Yahoo! Sports • Five Freshman All-American honors set Tennessee record, breaking mark of four by Eric Berry in 2009 • SEC All-Freshman Team selection • SEC Freshman of the Week (10/22 Alabama) • Led SEC freshmen with 80 tackles, finishing second for UT • One of four true freshmen to rank among top two on his team in tackles among all D-I FBS schools • At least shared Vols’ lead in tackles on four occasions • With 80 tackles, had second-most stops by a true freshman in a season in UT history behind only Eric Berry, who had 86 in 2007 • Prior to Vanderbilt game, was only freshman to be leading his team in tackles in FBS • Only true freshman to have three double-figure tackle games in a season (E.Berry had two in 2007) with 10-plus in three games in a row (10/15-29) • Played in all 12 games in 2011 in true freshman season, starting 10 times • Recorded 4.5 TFLs, a forced fumble and two fumble recoveries, the only Vol with multiple FRs • Has 36 tackles in a three game span (12.0 per game) against #1 LSU, #2 Alabama, and #14 South Carolina • Piled up 12 tackles and recovered a fumble vs. #14 South Carolina (10/29) • Racked up career-high 13 tackles at #2 Alabama (10/22), second-most tackles by a true freshman in a game in UT history (record Eric Berry, vs. Kentucky in 2007) to earn SEC Freshman of the Week honors • 11 tackles against #1 LSU (10/15), first double-figure tackle total by a freshman since Eric Berry in 2007 • Tied for team lead in tackles with seven at #16 Florida (9/17), also forced a fumble and recovered it • Three tackles and 0.5 TFL in start in first college game vs. Montana (9/3). One of 12 true freshmen to play in opener • Along with Curt Maggitt, believed to be first true freshmen to start at linebacker for UT utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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PLAYERS HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 4-star (No. 136 overall prospect nationally, No. 8 overall inside linebacker, No. 12 overall prospect in Georgia) • Scout: 4-star (No. 16 overall middle linebacker) • ESPN: 4-star (No. 118 overall prospect nationally, No. 5 overall inside linebacker) • 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 • Posted 173 tackles, 29 tackles for loss, eight forced fumbles, seven pass breakups, six sacks and two interceptions in senior campaign • As a junior in 2009, 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 tacklesfor-loss and four sacks • 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 • Coach at Gainesville High School: Bruce Miller

PERSONAL

• Full name: Alexander James Johnson • Born: December 24, 1991 • Son of Vivian Drake • Majoring in Communications

 CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF FR QH Int High Tk 2011 12/10 37 43 80 0-0 4.5-7 1 2 0 0-0 13-Ala 2012 12/12 63 75 138 1-10 8.5-25 0 1 8 0-0 21-MSU Totals 24/22 100 118 218 1-10 13-32 1 3 8 0-0 21-MSU Rushing 2012

GP No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 12 12 21 1.8 1.8 6 4-2x 6-Ala

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles 21 at Mississippi State, 10/13/12 Forced Fumble/Fumble Recovery 1 at Florida, 9/17/11 Tackles for Loss 1.5 at Alabama, 10/22/11 20-Tackle Games 21 at Mississippi State, 10/13/12 10-Tackle Games 13 (last 14 vs. Kentucky, 11/24/12) Rushing Yards 5 vs. Florida, 9/15/12 Touchdowns 1 six times, last vs. Kentucky, 11/24/12

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2011 Opp. U-A-T, Other Montana 0-3-3, 0.5-0 tfl Cincinnati 0-1-1, 0.5-0 tfl at Florida 7-0-7, ff, fr Buffalo 1-5-6, 1-1 tfl Georgia 1-3-4 LSU 4-7-11 at Alabama 5-8-13, 1.5-1 tfl South Carolina 6-6-12, fr MTSU 5-0-5 at Arkansas 1-4-5 Vanderbilt 2-2-4 at Kentucky 5-4-9, 1-4 tfl

2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other vs. NC State 3-1-4 Ga. State 2-3-5, qh Florida 6-5-11, 1-6 tfl; 2-5 TD rush Akron 5-6-11, qh; 2-2 TD rush at Georgia 2-9-11, 1-1 tfl, fr; 1-1 TD rush at Miss State 4-17-21, 1.5-3 tfl Alabama 4-10-14, 3-6 TD rush at S. Carolina 9-2-11, 2-2 rush Troy 9-4-13, 1-2 tfl, qh Missouri 5-6-11, pd at Vanderbilt 6-6-12, 2-2 tfl, qh Kentucky 8-6-14, 1-10 sk, 2-11 tfl, qh; 1-2 TD rush

 JOHNSON ON THE CHARTS ¢ Assisted Tackles - Season

¢ Total Tackles - Season 1. 194 2. 190 3. 182 4. 174 5. 167 6. 165 165 8. 163 163 10. 159 -- 138

¢ 1. 2. 5. 8. 9. 11.

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Andy Spiva Jamie Rotella Steve Poole Ray Nettles Carl Zander Andy Spiva Tom Fisher Russ Williams Andy Spiva Keith DeLong A.J. Johnson

1976 1972 1974 1971 1984 1975 1964 1975 1974 1988 2012

1. 90 2. 76 3. 75 4. 71 5. 70 6. 67 7. 66 66 9. 65 65

Jamie Rotella Carl Johnson A.J. Johnson Steve Poole Bobby Majors David Campbell Ray Nettles John Wagster Carl Zander Andy Spiva

Most Total Tackles - Single Game No. Name 28 Tom Fisher 25 Greg Jones 25 Greg Jones 25 Andy Spiva 24 Kelly Ziegler 24 Lemont Holt Jeffers 24 Andy Spiva 23 Keith DeLong 22 Andy Spiva 22 Ray Nettles 21 A.J. Johnson

At/Vs. at Auburn vs. Vanderbilt vs. Alabama vs. Vanderbilt at Boston College vs. Auburn vs. Kentucky vs. Alabama vs. Florida at Alabama at Miss. St.

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1972 1972 2012 1974 1971 1973 1971 1971 1984 1975

¢ Assisted Tackles - Career 1. 193 2. 181 3. 163 4. 149 5. 147 6. 138 7. 131 8. 126 9. 121 10. 120 -- 118

Andy Spiva 1973-76 Jamie Rotella 1970-72 Rico McCoy 2006-09 Earnest Fields 1987-91 Carl Zander 1981-84 John Wagster 1970-72 Steve Poole 1973-75 Russ Williams 1974-77 Ronnie McCartney 1973-75 Lemont Holt Jeffers 1978-81 A.J. Johnson 2011-

¢ Most Asst. Tackles - Single Game Year 1964 1977 1976 1975 1987 1981 1976 1988 1976 1971 2012

1. 2.

¢ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

No. Name 17 A.J. Johnson 13 Lavoisier Fisher 13 Alvin Toles 13 Carl Zander 13 Danny Jenkins

At/Vs. at Miss. St. at Auburn vs. Mississippi vs. Pittsburgh vs. California

Year 2012 1984 1983 1983 1977

2012 NCAA National Tackle Leaders Name Dan Molls Marvin Burdette Nick Clancy A.J. Johnson Eric Kendricks

School Toledo UAB Boston College Tennessee UCLA

Tackles T/G 166 13.83 157 13.08 145 12.08 138 11.50 137 10.54


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SOPHOMORE • TR • 5-9 • 176 FRIENDSWOOD, TEXAS • FRIENDSWOOD H.S. • BLINN COLLEGE 2012 - Freshman (at BLINN COLLEGE)

• Played in just four games for the Buccaneers during his one season at Blinn College • Finished the season with 69 receiving yards, the majority coming in a four catch, 68 yard effort against Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College • Used as a punt and kick returner finishing with four punt returns for 67 yards and 1 kick return for 60 yards • Made the Dean’s List during his freshman year at Blinn

HIGH SCHOOL

• Rated 3-star by Rivals • Rated 3-star by 247Sports (No. 152 overall wide receiver, No. 204 overall prospect in Texas) • Rated 2-star by ESPN (No. 170 overall wide receiver, No. 293 overall prospect in Texas) • Rated 3-star by Scout (No. 109 overall wide receiver) • Played all four seasons on varsity at Friendswood, including two seasons as team captain

• Racked up over 4,000 yards of rushing and 34 touchdowns including more than 1,500 yards rushing in his junior and senior seasons • Tallied nearly 2,000 receiving yards in his career at Friendswood hauling in 23 touchdowns • Named newcomer of the year in his sophomore season and was First Team all-region and all-county in his junior an senior years • Reached state semifinals as a freshman, quarterfinals as a sophomore, semifinals as a junior and first round as a senior • Also a member of the track and basketball teams • Coach at Friendswood High School: Steve Van Meter

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Johnathon Wayne Johnson • Born: January 3, 1994 • Son of Stacy Johnson • Majoring in Psychology

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JOHNATHON JOHNSON

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FRESHMAN • HS • 6-1 • 188 Cooper City, Fla. • Cooper City H.S. HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 3-star (No. 88 prospect from Florida) • Scout: 3-star (No. 170 overall WR) • 247Sports: 3-star (No. 51 safety prospect) • Played quarterback, wide receiver and safety at Cooper City High School the last two years • Began his high school career at Garner Magnet High School in Raleigh, N.C., where he earned all-conference honors as a freshman and sophomore • Ranked No. 16 on the Miami Herald’s Broward County Top 25 for 2013 list, as well as the Orlando Sun Sentinel’s Palm

Beach/Broward Super60 • Coach at Cooper City High School: Art Taylor

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Lemond Tracey Johnson • First Name Pronounced: LEE-mihnd • Born: Sept. 11, 1994 • Son of Lemond and Nekeya Johnson • Father served as defensive backs coach at Cooper City High School • Majoring in Logistics

RIYAHD JONES DEFENSIVE BACK

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Junior • JC • 6-0 • 179 Columbus, Ga. • Carver H.s. • Georgia SOuthern • garden City C.C. 2012 - Sophomore (At Garden City CC)

• Rivals: 3-star (No. 7 overall JUCO CB) • Scout: 3-star • 247Sports: 3-star (No. 18 junior-college CB in the 247Composite for the 2013 class) • Helped Garden City C.C. to a Mississippi Bowl Championship

• Timed at 4.49 seconds in the 40-yard dash • Recorded 22 tackles and a team-leading five pass breakups in 10 games at Garden City C.C.

2011 - Freshman (at Georgia Southern)

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• Participated in the Georgia National Underclassmen Combine • Coach at Carver High School: Del McGee

HIGH SCHOOL

• Full Name: Riyahd Andre Jones • First Name Pronounced: ree-YAHD • Born: May 4, 1993 • Son of Charles and Billisses Jones • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

• Played at Carver High School in Columbus, Ga. • Three-star Rivals.com standout that was part of the 13-1 team that went to the semifinals of the GHSA state championships • As a junior, caught 27 passes for 405 yards and five touchdowns

PERSONAL

REGGIE JUIN RUNNING BACK

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R-SENIOR • SQ • 5-7 • 173 Conyers, Ga. • Heritage H.S. • Tusculum College 2012 - R-JUNIOR

• Squad member, part of the Vols’ scout team

2012 - Track & Field

• USTFCCCA Outdoor All-America First Team (4x100mR) • Member of the 4x100mR team that won the Outdoor Vol Most Valuable Track Award • Ran the leadoff leg of the 4x100m relay team at the NCAA Outdoor Championship, finishing in a season-best 39.25 in the semifinals and placing seventh in the finals with a time of 40.21 • Earned a trip to the NCAA Outdoor Championships with his leadoff leg for the 4x100m relay’s season-best 39.66 clocking (No. 5 time in the East) • Ran the leadoff leg of the 4x100m relay team, helping it finish sixth in a time of 40.47

2011 - R-SOPHOMORE

• Squad member, part of the Vols scout team

2011 - Track & Field

• Member of eighth-place SEC Outdoor 4x100m relay unit • Named 2011 Vol Lifter of the Year • Posted 60m dash personal records of 7.05 and then 7.04 in two races at the Kentucky Invitational...Had a 200m PR at that meet, checking in at 22.78 • Later lowered that to 22.57 at the Hokie Invitational...Outdoors - Ran the opening leg on Tennessee’s eighth-place

4x100m relay unit at the SEC Outdoor Championships, helping the group run 40.82 • Handled stick first at UT-UCLA Dual, as that unit placed second in a season-best 40.21 • Uncorked his 100m dash PR in the SEC prelims, checking in at 10.86 • Ran 10.99 at the UCF Invitational. His 200m season best of 22.31 came at the UCF Invitational

2009 - Freshman at Tusculum

• Spent the 2009-10 school year playing football at Tusculum, where he logged time at defensive back and on special teams for the Pioneers

HIGH SCHOOL

• Runner-up in 100 (11.03) and 200 (22.19) at 2009 Region 8AAAA Track & Field Championships, where he carded his PR in the half-lapper • Ran his 100 career best of 10.88 at that meet the season before, placing second as well • Earned his 55m dash PR of 6.65 and a fourth-place finish at the 2008 Gainesville Sports Commission Meet at the O’Connell Center • Football coach at Heritage High School: Al Pellegrino

PERSONAL

• Full name: Reginald Alexandre Juin • Born: Oct. 11, 1991 • Son of Eddy and Elizabeth Juin • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

BRETT KENDRICK OFFENSIVE LINE

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FRESHMAN • HS • 6-6 • 305 KNOXVILLE, TEnn. • CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF KNOXVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

• Rated 3-star by 247Sports (No. 20 overall prospect in Tennessee) • Helped his team to back-to-back TSSAA Class 3A State Championships in his junior and senior seasons • In the 2012 state championship game, helped lead CAK to a 608-yard offensive effort • Earned Class 3A All-State honors in his senior season • Also a member of the basketball team at CAK 68

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• Coach at Christian Academy of Knoxville: Rusty Bradley

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Brett Blair Kendrick • Born: April 12, 1995 • Son of Bryan and Beth Kendrick • Majoring in Sport Management


Offensive Line

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R-SOPHOMORE • 1L • 6-4 • 306 Knoxville, Tenn. • Knoxville Catholic H.S. 2012 - R-FRESHMAN

• Games/Starts: 7/0 • Saw action as a backup tackle in seven games • Made college debut against Georgia State (9/8)

2011 - Freshman • Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 3-star (No. 34 overall offensive tackle, No. 4 overall prospect in Tennessee) • Scout: 4-star (No. 24 overall offensive tackle) • ESPN: 3-star (No. 24 overall offensive tackle) • 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

• Member of The Tennessean’s Dream Team • Selected to Toyota East vs. West All-Star Classic • Named to Mobile Press-Register’s Southeast 120 and ranked 110th • 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 • Coach at Knoxville Catholic High School: Scott Meadows

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Kyler Brian Kerbyson • Born: July 7, 1993 in Garland, Texas • Son of Ray and Dianna Mubarak • Majoring in Recreation and Sport Management

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KYLER KERBYSON

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R-SENIOR • 1L • 6-2 • 247 Memphis, Tenn. • Melrose H.S. 2012 - R-JUNIOR

• Games/Starts: 1/0 • Moved to tight end during camp after playing linebacker • Played against Georgia State (9/8)

2011 - Junior

• Games/Starts: 1/0 • Only game in 2011 on special teams at #16 Florida (9/17)

2010 - Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 4/0 • Saw action in four games before season-ending knee surgery following the Georgia game • Compiled a season-best 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

• Grabbed interception vs. 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

• 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 • 70 tackles, 10 sacks and four forced fumbles as junior • Coach at Melrose High School: Hubbard Alexander

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Gregory King • Born: November 2, 1990 • Son of Chandra and Derrick Hill • Majoring in Political Science

• Games/Starts: 9/2 • Saw action in nine games, making two starts, at middle linebacker before missing final two contests because of injury • Finished season with 24 tackles

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PLAYERS  CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 2009 9/2 16 12 28 0-0 1.5-2 0 0 3 1-8 6-2x 2010 4/0 1 7 8 0-0 0.5-1 0 0 0 0-0 4-Ore 2011 1/0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 -2012 1/0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 -Totals 15/2 17 19 36 0-0 2-3 0 0 3 0-0 6-Ohio

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles Tackles For Loss

6 vs. Vanderbilt, 11/21/09 & vs. Ohio 9/26/09 1 at Florida, 9/19/09

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2009 Opp. U-A-T, Other Western Ky. 0-0-0 at Florida 1-0-1, 1-1 tfl Ohio 4-2-6, pd Auburn 0-1-1 at Alabama 0-1-1 South Carolina 0-1-1, 1-8 int, pd Memphis 2-2-4, 0.5-0 tfl at Mississippi 2-2-4 Vanderbilt 5-1-6, pd

2010 Opp. UT-Martin Oregon Florida UAB at LSU at Georgia

U-A-T, Other 1-2-3, 0.5-1 tfl 0-4-4 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1

2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other Georgia State 0-0-0

2011 Opp. U-A-T, Other Florida 0-0-0

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SOPHOMORE • 1L • 6-2 • 240 DUNWOODY, GA. • dunwoody h.s. 2012 - FRESHMAN

• Games/Starts: 8/0 • Saw action as a backup fullback and wildcat quarterback • Ran twice for 18 yards • Gained 18 yards on a rush vs. Akron (9/22) • Made college debut vs. Georgia State (9/8) and had a carry

High School

• 247sports: 3-star (No. 101 overall athlete, No. 89 prospect in Georgia) • ESPN: 3-star (No. 46 overall outside linebacker, No. 49 prospect in Georgia) • Rivals: 3-star (No. 59 athlete, No. 63 prospect in Georgia) • Scout: 3-star (No. 79 overall outside linebacker) • Played multiple positions at Dunwoody H.S., including quarterback, running back and outside linebacker • Named honorable mention AAAA all-state by the Atlanta Journal Constitution as a senior after rushing for more than 800 yards • As a junior in 2010, rushed for 413 yards and three touchdowns, in addition to passing for 218 more yards and three more scores

• Also recorded 24 tackles on defense • Coach at Dunwoody: Michael Youngblood

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Justin Robert King • Born on June 24, 1993 • Son of Cathy and Jerry King Sr. • Brother Jerry plays at Tennessee Tech • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

 CAREER STATISTICS Rushing 2012

GP/GS No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 8/0 2 18 9.0 2.3 0 18-Akr 18-Akr

 CAREER HIGHS Rushing Yards

MARLIN LANE RUNNING BACK

18 vs. Akron, 9/22/12

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JUNIOR • 2L • 5-11 • 205 Daytona Beach, Fla. • Mainland H.S. 2012 - SOPHOMORE

• Games/Starts: 12/6 • Rushed for 679 yards in 12 games with six starts in last six games in 2012 (54.8 yards per game) • Has 29 catches for 228 yards (19.0 yards per game) • Averaging 78.9 yards in six starts in last six games with first two career 100-yard rushing games • Ran for 75 yards including career-long tying 45-yard rush in finale vs. Kentucky (11/24) 70

2013 Tennessee FOOTBALL

• Second-career 100-yard rushing game with 108 at Vanderbilt (11/17), also had five catches for 37 yards • Ran for 47 yards and had career-high seven catches for 26 yards vs. Missouri (11/10) • Career-best 132 rushing yards with two rushing touchdowns (17 and 9 yards) vs. Troy (11/3); Marked second-career multitouchdown, first since first college game • Ran for 56 yards on 15 carries for second week in a row, at #17 South Carolina (10/27), also had two catches


2011 - Freshman

• Games/Starts: 12/0 • Overall, had 620 all-purpose yards (51.7 per game) • True freshman ran for 280 yards, had 17 catches for 161 yards in 12 games as a reserve tailback • Also had seven punt returns for 36 yards and seven kickoff returns for 143 yards • Scored TDs in each of his first three college games, the first UT player to do so since Reggie Cobb in 1987, who scored TD in first five games that season • Finished year with 25 rushing yards at Kentucky (11/26) • Ran for career-high 58 yards, including UT season-long 45 yarder at #8 Arkansas (11/12), also made three catches for 12 yards • Ran nine times (several out of Wildcat formation) for 37 yards vs. MTSU (11/5) • Gained 21 yards on the ground, also returned two kickoffs for 49 yards at #2 Alabama (10/22) • Ran for 43 yards on six carries vs. #1 LSU (10/15) • Gained 92 all-purpose yards vs. Georgia (10/8) with careerhighs of 84 receiving yards and six catches along with eight rushing yards • Ran for 28 yards and caught two passes for 15 yards vs. Buffalo (10/1) • Caught an 8-yard TD pass as part of 26 receiving yards at #16 Florida (9/17). Also ran for nine yards and returned two punts for 13 yards • Third TD in two games after a 2-yard rushing score vs. Cincinnati (9/10). Totaled 16 yards on eight carries vs. UC • Ran for 35 yards (1-yd TD run) and caught two passes for 16 yards with 9-yd TD rec. vs. Montana (9/3) in college debut • First UT freshman with 2 TDs in debut since Corey Larkins in 2001 vs. Syracuse

HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 4-star (No. 23 overall running back, No. 38 overall prospect in Florida) • Scout: 4-star (No. 23 overall running back) • ESPN: 4-star (No. 134 overall prospect nationally, No. 11 overall running back) • 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 • 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 • Named to the Class of 2011 Sporting News Top 100 (No. 63 overall/No. 11 running back) • Coach at Mainland: John Maronto

PERSONAL

• Full name: Marlin A. Lane, Jr. • Born: December 31, 1991 • Son of Marlin Lane, Sr. and Milinia Williams • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

 CAREER STATISTICS Rushing 2011 2012 Totals

GP/GS No Yds 12/0 75 280 12/6 120 658 24/6 195 938

Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 3.7 23.3 2 45-Ark 58-Ark 5.5 54.8 2 45-UK 132-Troy 4.8 39.1 4 45-2x 132-Troy

Receiving 2011 2012 Totals

GP/GS No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 12/0 17 161 9.5 13.4 2 27-UGa 84-UGa 12/6 29 228 7.9 19.0 0 35-Akr 49-Akr 24/6 46 389 8.5 16.2 2 35-Akr 84-UGa

Punt Returns GP/GS No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 2011 12/0 7 36 5.1 3.0 0 9-Mon 23-Mon Kickoff Returns GP/GS No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 2011 12/0 7 143 20.4 11.9 0 35-Fla 76-Fla 2012 12/0 2 32 16.0 2.7 0 18-Van 32-Van Totals 24/0 9 175 19.4 7.3 0 35-Fla 76-Fla

GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

• First career start, at tailback, vs. #1 Alabama (10/20), gained 103 all-purpose yards with career-best 15 carries for 55 yards and five catches for 48 yards • Carried eight times for 22 yards and hauled in two catches for five yards at #5 Georgia (9/29) • Ran for 47 yards on nine carries and caught two passes for 49 yards vs. Akron for 96 total yards • Gained 31 yards in the ground vs. Georgia State (9/8) • Opened 2012 with game-best and career-high 75 rushing yards including long of 42 vs. NC State (8/31) • Switched to No. 15 after wearing No. 4 to honor his brother, who was 15 years old

 CAREER HIGHS Rushes Rushing Yards Receptions Receiving Yards Touchdowns Punt Returns Punt Return Yards Kickoff Returns Kickoff Return Yards

19 vs. Troy, 11/3/12 132 vs. Troy, 11/3/12 7 vs. Missouri, 11/10/12 84 vs. Georgia, 10/8/11 2 vs. Montana, 9/3/11 & vs. Troy, 11/3/12 4 vs. Montana, 9/3/11 23 vs. Montana, 9/3/11 4 vs. Florida, 9/17/11 76 vs. Florida, 9/17/11

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2011 Opp. Rush-Yds-TD, Lg Montana 10-35-1, 18 Cincinnati 8-16-1, 10 at Florida 5-9-0, 5 Buffalo 7-28-0, 9 Georgia 7-8-0, 8 LSU 6-43-0, 18 at Alabama 7-21-0, 6 So. Carolina 0-0-0 MTSU 9-37-0, 8 at Arkansas 9-58-0, 45 Vanderbilt 0-0-0 at Kentucky 7-25-0, 20

Rec-Yds-TD, Lg PR-Yds-TD, Lg 2-16-1, 9 4-23-0, 9 0-0-0 1-0-0, 0 2-26-1, 18 2-13-0, 8 2-15-0, 17 0-0-0 6-84-0, 27 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-6-0, 6 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-12-0, 8 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-2-0, 2 0-0-0

2012 Opp. Rush-Yds-TD, Lg NC State 9-75-0, 42 Ga. State 8-31-0, 7 Florida 1-1-0, 1 Akron 9-47-0, 14 at Georgia 8-22-0, 6 at Miss State 2-9-0, 5 Alabama 15-55-0, 12 at S.Carolina 15-56-0, 16 Troy 19-132-2, 37 Missouri 8-47-0, 12 at Vanderbilt 16-108-0, 30 Kentucky 10-75-0, 45

Rec-Yds-TD, Lg 2-19-0, 13 1-12-0, 12 0-0-0 2-49-0, 35 2-5-0, 4 0-0-0 5-48-0, 26 2-5-0, 6 2-31-0, 18 7-26-0, 13 5-37-0, 11 1- (-4)-0, -4

PR-Yds-TD, Lg 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 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

KR-Yds-TD, Lg 0-0-0 1-18-0, 18 4-76-0, 35 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-49-0, 26 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 KR-Yds-TD, Lg 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 0-0-0 2-34-0, 18 0-0-0

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LaTroy Lewis DEFENSIVE LINE

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R-Freshman • RS • 6-4 • 245 Akron, Ohio • Archbishop Hoban H.S. 2012 - Freshman

• Redshirt season, did not play as a freshman

High School

• 247sports: 3-star (No. 36 overall defensive end, No. 22 prospect in Ohio) • ESPN: 4-star (No. 30 overall defensive end, No. 14 prospect in Ohio) • Rivals: 3-star (No. 27 overall defensive end, No. 27 prospect in Ohio) • Scout: 3-star (No. 57 overall defensive end) • Named to the Butkus Award watch list prior to his senior campaign at Archbishop Hoban High School, but suffered a broken bone in his foot during the second game which

forced him to miss the remainder of the season • As a junior in 2010, earned Associated Press Second Team All-Ohio and First Team All-Akron accolades after recording 96 tackles and nine sacks • Compiled 70 tackles, eight tackles for loss, 13 sacks and one interception as a sophomore • Also played on the Knights’ basketball team • Coach at Archbishop Hoban: Ralph Orsini

PERSONAL

• Full Name: LaTroy Rayshawn Lewis • Born Nov. 9, 1993 • Son of La Tonya Lewis-Bector • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

CURT MAGGITT LINEBACKER

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JUNIOR • 2L • 6-3 • 239 West Palm Beach, Fla. • Dwyer H.S. HONORS

• 2013 Lindy’s Preseason Third Team All-SEC • 2013 Phil Steele Preseason Fourth Team All-SEC • 2011 Third-Team Freshman All-American by Phil Steele • 2011 SEC All-Freshman Team selection by Coaches • SEC Freshman of the Week (Nov. 20, 2011)

2012 - SOPHOMORE

• Games/Starts: 9/9 • Second year as starter at linebacker • 30 tackles with two sacks and team-high tying 5.0 TFLs • Second consecutive five-tackle game, including 1.5 TFLs, a career-best three quarterback hurries and break-up vs. Missouri (11/10) • Best game of season since opener vs. NC State with five tackles vs. Troy (11/3) including a TFL • Posted a 13-yard sack at #17 South Carolina (10/27) • Three stops vs. # 1 Alabama (10/20) • Three tackles and a forced fumble at #5 Georgia (9/29 • Back in action vs. #18 Florida (9/15) with five tackles • Sat out Georgia State (9/8) with toe injury • Credited with 18-yard sack and forced fumble that resulted in safety vs. NC State (8/31). Made five tackles in 2012 opener

2011 - FRESHMAN

• Games/Starts: 11/8 • Third-Team Freshman All-American by Phil Steele • SEC All-Freshman Team selection • Played 11 of 12 games, started eight games at SLB as a true freshman, finished tied for third on team with 56 tackles • Had 5.5 TFLs for 19 yards (fourth-most TFLs on team), two quarterback hurries and forced fumble 72

2013 Tennessee FOOTBALL

• With 56 tackles, recorded fourth-most for a true freshman in UT history ahead of Reggie White (51 in 1980) • Ranked second among all SEC freshmen with 5.1 tackles/ game behind teammate A.J. Johnson • Fourth time with career-best seven tackles, came in finale at Kentucky (11/26) • SEC Freshman of the Week (Nov. 20, 2011) • Notched seven tackles (tying his career-high for the third time in 2011) including 2.5 TFLs vs. Vanderbilt (11/19) • Tied for team lead with six tackles including a TFL along with a forced fumble at #8 Arkansas (11/12) • Returned to action vs. MTSU (11/5) with two tackles • Career-high seven tackles vs. #1 LSU (10/15) • Racked up six tackles at #2 Alabama (10/22) • Led team in tackles with seven vs. Buffalo (10/1) • Racked up six tackles including 0.5 TFL at #16 Florida (9/17) • Three tackles vs. Cincinnati (9/10) with half-sack for six yards • In college debut made three tackles vs. Montana (9/3) • Believed to be first true freshman, along with A.J. Johnson, to start at linebacker for UT

HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 4-star (No. 198 overall prospect nationally, No. 12 overall outside linebacker, No. 31 overall prospect in Florida) • Scout: 4-star (No. 19 overall outside linebacker) • ESPN: 4-star (No. 63 overall prospect nationally, No. 3 overall outside linebacker) • ESPNU 150 Team • Rivals250 Team • MaxPreps.com 2010 U.S. Air Force All-America squad • Earned First Team All-America honors via MaxPreps.com for senior year efforts • Named the Sun Sentinel’s 2010 Palm Beach County Defensive Player of the Year


PERSONAL

• Full Name: Curtis Devontea Maggitt • Last name pronounced: muh-JIT • Born: February 4, 1993 • Son of Roosevelt Maggitt, Sr. and Marilyn Bivins • Brother, Roosevelt, played defensive end at Iowa State • Majoring in Communication Studies

 CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 2011 11/8 29 27 56 0.5-6 5.5-19 1 0 2 0-0 7-4x 2012 9/9 16 14 30 2-31 5-37 2 0 3 0-0 5-3x Totals 20/17 45 41 86 2.5-37 10.5-56 3 0 5 0-0 7-4x

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles

7 four times, last at Kentucky, 11/26/11 Tackles For Loss 2.5 vs. Vanderbilt, 11/19/11 Sacks 1 vs. NC State, 8/31/12 & at South Carolina, 10/27/12 Quarterback Hurries 3 vs. Missouri, 11/10/12

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2011 Opp. U-A-T, Other 2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other vs. NC State 4-1-5, 1-18 sk, 1-18 tfl, ff Montana 3-0-3 Cincinnati 0-3-3, 0.5-6 sk, 0.5-6 tfl Ga. State DNP-INJ at Florida 3-3-6, 0.5-2 tfl, qh Florida 4-1-5 Buffalo 5-2-7, 0.5-0 tfl Akron 1-0-1, qh Georgia 0-2-2 at Georgia 1-2-3, ff LSU 6-1-7 at Miss State 0-2-2, 0.5-1 tfl at Alabama 3-3-6, 0.5-2 tfl Alabama 2-1-3 South Carolina DNP-INJ at So. Carolina 1-0-1, 1-13 sk MTSU 1-1-2 Troy 2-3-5, 1-3 tfl at Arkansas 2-4-6, 1-3 tfl, ff Missouri 1-4-5, 1.5-2 tfl, 3 qh, pd Vanderbilt 2-5-7, 2.5-6 tfl at Vanderbilt DNP-INJ at Kentucky 4-3-7 Kentucky DNP-INJ

Daniel McCullers

GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

• 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 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 • 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 • Part of a defense that held opponents to less than a touchdown a game on a team that went 12-2 his senior year • Coach at Dwyer High School: Jack Daniels

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Defensive LiNe

SENIOR • 1L • 6-8 • 351 Raleigh, N.C. • Southeast Raleigh H.S. • Georgia Military Academy HONORS

• 2013 Athlon Sports Preseason Third Team All-SEC • 2013 Phil Steele Preseason Fourth Team All-American • 2013 Phil Steele Preseason First Team All-SEC

2012 - JUNIOR

• Games/Starts: 12/7 • Won starting nose guard job in training camp • Subject of national feature in USA Today (9/13) • Played in all 12 games, seven starts, making 39 tackles, to lead all linemen and finish ninth on team in tackles • Posted 5.5 TFLs and one sack in debut season • Over final eight games, had 35 of his 39 tackles (4.4 per game) • First sack at UT in finale vs. Kentucky (11/24) • Six tackles including 1.5 TFLs and a forced fumble vs. Missouri (11/10) • Equaled career high with eight tackles along with a TFL at #17 South Carolina (10/27) • Three tackles vs. # 1 Alabama (10/20) • Four stops and a QB hurry at #19 Miss State (10/13) • Best game of career with eight tackles including a TFL and blocked extra point at #5 Georgia (9/29) • Three tackles and TFL vs. #18 Florida (9/15) • First career tackle vs. Georgia State 9/8) • Started first UT game vs. NC State (8/31), had pass break-up

2011 - Sophomore (At Georgia Military College)

• Rivals: 4-star (No. 6 JUCO prospect, No. 1 JUCO defensive tackle, No. 1 JUCO recruit in Georgia) • In 2011, recorded 37 tackles, nine tackles for loss and two sacks as a sophomore at Georgia Military Academy • Helped the Bulldog defense hold opponents to just 261 total yards per game, which ranked 14th in the nation

2010 - Freshman (At Georgia Military College)

• Notched 27 tackles, four tackles for loss and forced a fumble in his first season at GMC in 2010 • Coach at Georgia Military Academy: Bert Williams

HIGH SCHOOL

•Was a three-year all-conference selection at Southeast Raleigh High School which he helped lead to a 10-3 record as a senior in 2009 • Also earned second team all-state honors in his final prep season after recording 29 tackles and five sacks • Posted a strong junior campaign in 2008 with 55 tackles and four sacks • Coach at Southest Raleigh: Daniel Finn

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Daniel McCullers • Born: Aug. 11, 1992 • Son of Donnie McCullers • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

• 247sports: 3-star (No. 41 JUCO prospect, No. 7 JUCO defensive tackle, No. 2 JUCO recruit in Georgia) utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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PLAYERS  CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 2012 12/7 20 19 39 1-1 5.5-7 1 0 1 0-0 8-Ga/SC

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles 8 at Georgia, 9/29/12 & at South Carolina, 10/27/12 Sacks 1 vs. Kentucky, 11/24/12 Tackle For Loss 1.5 vs. Missouri, 11/10/12 Blocked Kick 1 at Georgia, 9/29/12

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2012 Opp. vs. NC State Ga. State Florida Akron at Georgia at Miss State

U-A-T, Other 2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other 0-0-0, pd Alabama 1-2-3 0-1-1 at So. Carolina 7-1-8, 1-2 tfl 3-0-3, 1-1 tfl Troy 2-1-3 0-0-0 Missouri 3-3-6, 1.5-2 tfl 2-6-8, 1-1 tfl, blk PAT at Vanderbilt 0-1-1 1-3-4, qh Kentucky 1-1-2, 1-1 sk, 1-1 tfl

LaDarrell McNeil Defensive Back

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SOPHOMORE • 1L • 6-1 • 199 Dallas, Texas • Wilmer-Hutchins H.S. HONORS

• 2012 Freshman All-SEC Team

2012 - Freshman

• Games/Starts: 11/7 • 2012 Freshman All-SEC Team • Started final seven games at strong safety, played in 11 • Was first UT true freshman to start a game in 2012, joined by Daniel Gray (vs. Troy) • Finished fifth on team in tackles with 58 • Over final nine games, had 55 tackles (6.1 per game) • Second career double-figure tackle game in finale vs. Kentucky (11/24), tying career-best with 10 tackles • Eight tackles and a forced fumble at Vanderbilt (11/17) • Recovered a fumble and returned it 33 yards vs. Missouri (11/10) along with two tackles • Set career high with first career double-figure tackle game with 10 vs. Troy (11/3) • Equalled career high with eight tackles at #17 South Carolina (10/27) • Three tackles vs. #1 Alabama (10/20) • True freshman drew first-career start at Miss State • Career-best eight tackles in first start at Miss State (10/13), became first Vols true freshman to begin in 2012 • Career-high five tackles at #5 Georgia (9/29) • Made one tackle in each of first three games played • Made college debut against Georgia State (9/8/12)

High School

• 247sports: 4-star (No. 115 overall, No. 6 overall safety, No. 14 prospect in Texas) • ESPN: 4-star (No. 12 overall safety, No. 28 prospect in Texas) • Rivals: 4-star (No. 86 overall, No. 7 overall safety, No. 11 prospect in Texas) • Scout: 4-star (No. 6 overall free safety) • Parade All-American after senior year at Wilmer-Hutchins • Member of Rivals100 • Played in U.S. Army Bowl in San Antonio • Named to Dallas Morning News All-Area First Team • Led Wilmer-Hutchins with 124 tackles as a senior • Averaged 13.8 tackles per game • Racked up seven games with at least 10 tackles and four games with 18 or more stops 74

2013 Tennessee FOOTBALL

• Notched a career-best 20 tackles vs. Molina in the 2011 Eagles season opener • Had 11 passes defended including an interception, forced four fumbles • Also ran for 66 yards, returned three kickoffs for 109 yards and two punt returns for 75 yards • Coach at Wilmer-Hutchins: Elzie Barnett. • Attended A. Maceo Smith High School in Dallas, which closed following 2010-11 school year • Named a Class 3A Second-Team selection as a junior • Racked up 148 tackles including 75 solo stops in 2010 • Had 10 pass break-ups and three interceptions along with two sacks • Made 89 tackles as a freshman in 2008 including eight tackles for loss • Also had four pass break-ups and four sacks as a freshman

PERSONAL

• Full Name: LaDarrell Stephon McNeil • Born on Sept. 3, 1993 • Son of Annette Powers • Majoring in Management

 CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 2012 11/7 33 25 58 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0-0 10-2x

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles Fumble Recovery 10-Tackle Games

10 vs. Troy, 11/3/12 & vs. Kentucky, 11/24/12 1 vs. Missouri (11/10/12) 2 vs. Troy, 11/3/12 & vs. Kentucky, 11/24/12

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other vs. NC State DNP Ga. State 1-0-1 Florida 1-0-1 Akron 1-0-1 at Georgia 4-1-5 at Miss State 1-7-8, pd

2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other Alabama 2-1-3 at So.Carolina 6-2-8 Troy 4-6-10 Missouri 1-1-2, 1-33 fr at Vanderbilt 5-3-8, ff Kentucky 7-3-10


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TIGHT END

R-Freshman • RS • 6-5 • 240 Anderson, S.C. • T.L. Hanna H.S. 2012 - Freshman

• Redshirt season, did not play as a freshman

HIGH SCHOOL

• 247sports: 3-star (No. 57 overall tight end, No. 27 prospect in South Carolina) • ESPN: 4-star (No. 6 overall tight end, No. 5 prospect in South Carolina) • Rivals: 3-star (No. 13 overall tight end, No. 13 prospect in South Carolina) • Scout: 3-star (No. 17 overall tight end) • Played in 2012 Under Armour All-Star Game • All-District selection and Anderson Independent Mail AllArea as a senior

• An excellent blocker and pass-catcher at T.L. Hanna High School, where he also played defensive end • Played in South Carolina Shrine Bowl • Made 42 tackles with eight TFLs as a senior •Grabbed 24 receptions for 600 yards as a junior • Hauled in three receiving touchdowns for the Yellowjackets • Coach at T.L. Hanna High School: Kenya Fouch

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Charles Justin Meredith • Born: June 19, 1993 • Son of Chuck and Sharon Meredith • Majoring in Kinesiology

COREY MILLER defensive line

GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

JUSTIN MEREDITH

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SENIOR • 3L • 6-3 • 265 Wellford, S.C. • BYRNES H.S. 2012 - JUNIOR

• Games/Starts:12/2 • Returned to team for fall camp after missing spring football due to academic reasons • Posted 18 tackles with 5.0 TFLs in 12 games with two starts • Three tackles including 2.0 TFLs at Vanderbilt (11/17) • Started for first time since freshman season against Akron (9/22), made three tackles including a TFL and had two quarterback hurries • Three stops vs. #18 Florida (9/15) • Career-high six tackles, including 1.5 TFLs and a sack against Georgia State (9/8) in most playing time • Played in opener vs. NC State (8/31)

2011 - SOPHOMORE

• Games/Starts: 12/0 • Played in 12 games in 2011 with 15 tackles and 2.0 TFLs • Had a fumble recovery at #8 Arkansas (11/12) • One stop for a three-yard sack vs. Georgia (10/8) • Three tackles vs. Buffalo (10/1) • Recorded a TFL for four yards at #16 Florida (9/17) • Set career-high with five tackles vs. Cincinnati (9/10)

2010 - FRESHMAN

• Games/Starts: 13/2 • One of seven UT true freshmen to play in every game • Finished 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 three tackles and first career sack vs. Mississippi • Recorded a pair of stops vs. LSU and Alabama

HIGH SCHOOL

• 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, 38 sacks • Helped Byrnes to state championships during 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 for two years • Coach at Byrnes High School: Chris Miller

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Corey Verdell Miller • Born on November 4, 1991 in Spartanburg, S.C. • Son of Charles and Shelby Miller • Majoring in Recreation and Sport Management

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PLAYERS  CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 2010 13/2 6 7 13 1-6 2-8 0 0 0 0-0 3-Miss 2011 12/0 11 4 15 1-3 2-7 0 1 1 0-0 5-Cin 2012 12/2 8 10 18 1-6 5-16 0 0 1 0-0 6-GSU Totals 37/4 25 21 46 3-15 9-31 0 1 2 0-0 6-GSU

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles 6 vs. Georgia State, 9/8/12 Sacks 1 vs. Miss., 11/13/10; vs. Georgia 10/8/11; vs. Ga. State, 9/8/12 Tackles for Loss 2 at Vanderbilt, 11/17/12

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2010 Opp. U-A-T, Other 2010 Opp. U-A-T, Other UT-Martin 0-0-0 at So. Carolina 0-1-1 Oregon 0-2-2 at Memphis 1-0-1 Florida 0-0-0 Mississippi 2-1-3, 1-6 sk, 1-6 tfl UAB 1-0-1, 1-2 tfl at Vanderbilt 0-0-0 at LSU 1-1-2 Kentucky 0-0-0 at Georgia 0-1-1 UNC (Bowl) 0-0-0 Alabama 1-1-2 2011 Opp. U-A-T, Other 2011 Opp. U-A-T, Other Montana 1-1-2 at Alabama 0-0-0, qh Cincinnati 2-3-5 So. Carolina 0-0-0 at Florida 1-0-1, 1-4 tfl MTSU 1-0-1, pd Buffalo 3-0-3 at Arkansas 0-0-0, fr Georgia 1-0-1, 1-3 sk, 1-3 tfl Vanderbilt 0-0-0 LSU 1-0-1 at Kentucky 1-0-1 2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other 2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other vs. NC State 0-0-0 Alabama 0-0-0 4-2-6, 1-6 sk, 1.5-7 tfl at So.Carolina 0-0-0 Ga. State Florida 1-2-3 Troy 0-0-0 Akron 1-2-3, 1-1 tfl, 2 qh Missouri 0-2-2 at Georgia 0-0-0, pd at Vanderbilt 2-1-3, 2-6 tfl at Miss State 0-1-1, 0.5-2 tfl Kentucky 0-0-0

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Freshman • HS • 6-2 • 240 GAFFNEY, S.C. • GAFFNEY H.S. HIGH SCHOOL

• Rated 4-star by ESPN (No. 36 overall defensive end, No. 5 overall prospect in South Carolina) • Rated 3-star by Rivals (No. 13 overall prospect in South Carolina) • Rated 3-star by 247Sports (No. 52 overall strongside defensive end, No. 13 overall prospect in South Carolina) • Rated 3-star by Scout (No. 78 overall defensive end) • Selected to participate in the 2012 Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas • Helped lead the Indians to a 12-3 record and the South Carolina AAAA state championship as a senior • Recorded 62 tackles, including 10 for a loss, 27 sacks, nine

pass breakups and three forced fumbles during his senior campaign • Tabbed as the 2012 Big 16 Upper State Lineman of the Year • Also had 56 tackles, 11 TFLs and six sacks as a junior • Named to the 2012 MaxPreps South Carolina Preseason AllState Team • Coach at Gaffney High School: Dan Jones

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Jaylen Jamier Miller • Born: October 25, 1994 • Son of Javier and Althea Miller • Majoring in Electrical Engineering

BYRON MOORE DEFENSIVE BACK

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R-SENIOR • 2L • 6-0 • 208 Carson, Calif. • Narbonne H.S. • Los Angeles Harbor C.C. HONORS

• 2013 Phil Steele Preseason Third Team All-SEC • CFPA Hon. Mention DB of the Week (Sept. 24) • Southern Pigskin Defensive Player of Week (Sept. 24) • TSWA Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 25)

2012 - R-JUNIOR

• Games/Starts: 12/12 • Starting strong safety for first three games, slid over to start at free safety after Brian Randolph’s injury, where he started final nine games 76

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• Second on team in tackles with 86, with five interceptions • Tied for eighth in the NCAA in total interceptions (five) • Tied for 11th in the NCAA and first in the SEC with 0.42 interceptions per game • Double-figure tackles in four of final nine games with 66 total tackles in those games (7.3 per game) • Finished season with three tackles vs. Kentucky (11/24) • Interception and two tackles at Vanderbilt (11/17) • Career high for second week in a row with 12 stops vs. Troy (11/3) • Career high 11 tackles including a TFL at #17 South Carolina (10/27)


2011 - R-Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 11/2 • Played 11 games with two starts in first season at UT • As a nickelback, had six tackles and a pass defended • First career start vs. #14 South Carolina (10/29) in nickel package, saw most playing time, making career-high two tackles • Started for second time vs. MTSU (11/5) made one tackle and forced a fumble in win • Made a stop at #2 Alabama (10/22) • First tackle of the season vs. Buffalo (10/1) • UT debut vs. Montana (9/3), no tackles

2010 - R-FRESHMAN at L.A. HARBOR C.C.

• Rivals: 4-star (No. 5 overall junior college prospect) • Scout: 4-star • Named Defensive Player of the Year in the Central DivisionWestern Conference of the Southern California Football Association • At Los Angeles Harbor Community College, totaled 42 tackles and nine interceptions, two of which were returned for touchdowns • Coach at Los Angeles Harbor: Brett Peabody

HIGH SCHOOL

• 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

• 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 • Tallied 61 receptions for 963 yards and eight scores • Also notched 820 return yards along with four TDs • Graduated from high school and signed with USC, where he redshirted as a freshman • 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 • Coach at Narbonne: Manual Douglas

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Byron Terrell Moore, Jr. • Born: October 24, 1991 in Carson, California • Son of Monica and Byron Moore, Sr. • Majoring in Sociology

 CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 2011 11/2 4 2 6 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0-0 2-SC 2012 12/12 48 38 86 0-0 2-4 0 0 9 5-88 12-Troy Totals 23/14 52 40 92 0-0 2-4 1 0 10 5-88 12-Troy

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles Forced Fumble Interceptions Touchdowns 10-Tackle Games

GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

• Seven tackles vs. #1 Alabama (10/20) • Tied career high with 10 tackles at #19 Miss State (10/13) • Picked off fourth interception of season, returned INT 35 yards for first career touchdown at #5 Georgia (9/29), also made six tackles with 0.5 TFL • Honored as Southern Pigskin SEC Defensive Player of the Week and CFPA Defensive Back Weekly Honor Roll (9/2) • Career high 10 tackles along with two interceptions vs. Akron (9/22); first Vol with two interceptions in a game since Eric Berry in 2007 • Tied for second on team with seven stops vs. Florida (9/15) • Five stops vs. Georgia State (9/8) • Posted career-high eight tackles and first-career interception in opener vs. NC State (8/31) • With eight tackles in opener, more than doubled season total of six from 2011

12 vs. Troy, 11/3/12 1 vs. Middle Tennessee, 11/5/11 2 vs. Akron, 9/22/12 1 at Georgia 9/29/12 4 (last 12 vs. Troy, 11/3/12)

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2011 Opp. U-A-T, Other Montana 0-0-0 Cincinnati 0-0-0 at Florida 0-0-0 Buffalo 1-0-1 Georgia 0-0-0 LSU 0-0-0 at Alabama 0-1-1 South Carolina 2-0-2 MTSU 1-0-1, ff at Arkansas 0-1-1 Vanderbilt 0-0-0 at Kentucky 0-0-0

2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other vs. NC State 8-0-8, 1-18 int Ga. State 3-2-5 Florida 2-5-7 Akron 4-6-10, 2-35 int, 3pd at Georgia 3-3-6, 0.5-1 tfl, 1-35 int/TD at Miss State 1-9-10, pd Alabama 6-1-7 at So.Carolina 8-3-11, 1-3 tfl Troy 7-5-12, 0.5-0 tfl Missouri 3-2-5, pd at Vanderbilt 0-2-2, 1-0 int, pd Kentucky 3-0-3, qh

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RAJION NEAL RUNNING BACK

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SENIOR • 3L • 5-11 • 212 Fayetteville, Ga. • Sandy Creek H.S. 2012 - JUNIOR

• Games/Starts: 10/6 • Earned starting tailback job in training camp • Missed games (Alabama & Miss State) with ankle injury • Leading rusher on team with 708 yards (70.8 per game) • Finished with nine TDs (five rushing, four receiving) • Had 19 receptions for 149 yards with four receiving TDs • Started first six games of 2012, missing first game vs. #1 Alabama (10/20) with ankle injury • Back-to-back 100-yard games, first career 100-yard games in consecutive games (9/22-29) • Ran for 53 yards on nine carries vs. Kentucky (11/24) • Rushed for 61 yards at Vanderbilt (11/17) • Ran for 62 yards and had two catches for 12 yards including an 8-yard TD catch in overtime vs. Missouri (11/10) • Gained 40 yards including 6-yard rushing TD at #19 Miss State (10/13) before suffering injury that sidelined him • Gained 104 rushing yards on career-high tying 23 carries along with career-high five catches for 53 yards at #5 Georgia; Scored 10-yard receiving TD and 9-yard rushing score for second-career multi-TD game • First career 100-yard rushing game vs. Akron (9/22) • Career-high rushing yards for second game in a row with 151 yards vs. Akron (9/22), also scored a receiving touchdown on a 3-yard catch • Career-high 87 rushing yards on career-high 23 rushes vs. #18 Florida (9/15); also had two catches for 20 yards • First career multi-touchdown game with runs of 1 and 5 yards vs. Georgia State (9/8), gained 65 rushing yards • In first career start at tailback, ran for 53 yards on careerhigh 22 carries vs. NC State (8/31). • Scored third career rushing touchdown on an 8-yard scamper

2012 - Indoor Track

• Joined the Vols indoor track & field team in January 2012 • Competed in the 60m and 200m at the SEC Indoor meet but did not advance out of the prelims: posted PRs of 7.00 and 22.55 • Made his track & field debut at the Akron Invitationa: ran the 60m prelims in 7.02.

2011 - Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 11/3 • Played receiver, tailback and Wildcat quarterback in 2011 • Had 13 catches for 269 yards and carried 27 times for 134 yards with three touchdowns • Finished fourth on team in receiving yards • Had four catches of at least 38 yards in 2011 • Posted first-career 100-yard receiving game in finale at Kentucky (11/26) with career-highs of four receptions for 125 yards, including a 53-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter • Started for second time vs. Vanderbilt (11/19) as a receiver, had no catches but ran six times for 29 yards out of Wildcat formation at times • Scored second-career rushing TD on an 11-yard rush at #8 78

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Arkansas (11/12). Gained 24 rushing yards along with three catches for a 63 yards • Started as a receiver and made two catches for 10 yards vs. #14 South Carolina (10/29) • Rushed for 22 yards on three carries along with a catch for 18 yards vs. MTSU (11/5) • Ran once for six yards and caught a pass for a yard at #2 Alabama (10/22) • Snagged a 38-yard catch vs. #1 LSU (10/15), which was reviewed by video and ruled a catch after being incomplete • Scored first-career TD on a 20-yard run and also had first catch of the season vs. Buffalo (10/1)

2010 - FreshmaN

• Games/Starts: 10/0 • Played in 10 games as a freshman for Tennessee and was the second featured running back in six contests • 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 • 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 careerlong 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 • Tied career high with nine rushing attempts in Music City Bowl vs. North Carolina, which went for 28 yards • 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

HIGH SCHOOL

• 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 • Rushed for 242 yards and two touchdowns on 29 carries against rival Starr’s Mill • Added 159 rushing yards and three TDs along with 110 return yards in victory over Thomas County • Helped lead Sandy Creek to Class AAAA state championship in 2009 over Clarke Central • Coach at Sandy Creek High School: Chip Walker


• Full name: Rajion Lashad Neal • First name pronounced RAY-zhon • Born: March 28, 1992 • Son of Kovondria and Ant Neal • Majoring in Sociology

 CAREER STATISTICS Rushing 2010 2011 2012 Total

GP/GS No Yds 10/0 46 197 11/3 27 134 10/6 156 708 31/9 229 1039

Receiving 2010 2011 2012 Totals

GP/GS 10/0 11/3 10/6 31/9

Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 4.3 19.7 0 40-UTM 79-UTM 5.0 12.2 2 20-Buf 29-Van 4.5 70.8 5 29-Akr 151-Akr 4.5 33.5 7 40-UTM 151-Akr

No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 7 100 14.3 10.0 0 58-UGA 70-UGA 13 269 20.7 24.5 1 53-UK 125-UK 19 149 7.8 14.9 4 23-Troy 53-UGa 39 518 13.3 16.7 5 58-UGA 125-UK

 CAREER HIGHS Rush Attempts 23 vs. Florida, 9/15/12 & at Georgia, 9/29/12 Rushing Yards 151 vs. Akron, 9/22/12 Receptions 5 at Georgia, 9/29/12 Receiving Yards 125 at Kentucky, 11/26/11 Touchdowns 2 vs. Georgia State, 9/8/12 & at Georgia, 9/29/12

2010 Opp. UT-Martin Oregon Florida UAB at LSU at Georgia Alabama at S. Carolina at Memphis Mississippi at Vanderbilt Kentucky UNC (Bowl)

Run-Yds-TD / Rec-Yd 2011 Opp. 9-79-0 Montana 2-2-0 Cincinnati DNP at Florida 4-20-0 Buffalo 0-0-0 Georgia 2-3-0 / 3-70-0 LSU 6-36-0 / 2-29-0 at Alabama 6-16-0 / 1-(6)-0 So. Carolina 4-14-0 MTSU 4-(-1)-0 at Arkansas DNP Vanderbilt DNP at Kentucky 9-28-0 / 1-7

2012 Opp. Run-Yds-TD, Lg vs. NC State 22-53-1, 8 Ga. State 13-65-2, 19 Florida 23-87-0, 20 Akron 22-151-0, 29 at Georgia 23-104-1, 20 at Miss State 9-40-1, 11 Alabama DNP-INJ at So.Carolina DNP-INJ Troy 7-32-0, 17 Missouri 15-68-0, 13 at Vanderbilt 13-61-0, 19 Kentucky 9-53-0, 15

Run-Yds-TD / Rec-Yd 2-7-0, 4 3-10-0, 12 0-0-0 3-20-1, 20 / 1-14-0 2-7-0, 11 1-5-0, 5 / 1-38-0, 38 1-6-0, 6 / 1-1-0, 1 0-0-0 / 2-10-0, 6 3-22-0,17 / 1-18-0, 18 4-24-1, 11/ 3-63-0, 50 6-29-0, 6 / 0-0-0 2-4-0, 7 / 4-125-1, 53

Rec-Yd-TD, Lg 2-(-2)-0, 0 1-12-0, 12 2-20-0, 12 3-22-1, 10 5-53-1, 17 2-11-0, 9 1-23-1, 23 2-12-1, 8 1- (-2)-0, -2 0-0-0

MARQUEZ NORTH WIDE RECEIVER

GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME

PERSONAL

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Freshman • HS • 6-4 • 215 CHARLOTTE, N.C. • MALLARD CREEK H.S. HONORS

• 2013 Lindy’s Recruiting No. 2 Wide Receiver • 2013 Lindy’s Recruiting No. 16 Incoming SEC Recruit

High School

• Rated 4-star by Rivals (No. 1 prospect in North Carolina • No. 2 wide receiver, No. 37 overall prospect in nation) • Rated 4-star by 247Composite (No. 2 prospect in North Carolina, No. 11 wide receiver and No. 90 overall prospect in nation) • Rated 4-star by ESPN (No. 4 prospect in North Carolina, No. 16 wide receiver and ESPN-150 recruit) • Rated 4-star by Scout (No. 12 wide receiver) • U.S. Army All-American Bowl selection • I-Meck 4A Conference Player of the Year • North Carolina AP All-State • Picked as North Carolina’s top football player by the Fayetteville (N.C.) Observer prior to his senior season • Accumulated 410 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 18 attempts to go along with 36 catches for 922 yards and 10 touchdowns during his junior season at Mallard Creek High School

• In his senior season, tallied 682 rushing yards on 45 attempts for 18 touchdowns while notching 20 receptions for 322 yards and seven touchdowns • Won the USA Track and Field Junior Olympics 110-meter hurdles at the age of 12 • Coach at Mallard Creek High School: Mike Palmieri

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Marquez Reginald North • Born: April 21, 1995 • Son of Ramondo and Niya North • Father Ramondo was a football player at North Carolina A&T State who went on to play in the NFL, NFL Europe and the CFL. He took part in the Super Bowl with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2003 • Majoring in Political Science

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DANNY o’Brien Defensive Line

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R-Freshman • RS • 6-2 • 287 Flint, Mich. • Powers Catholic H.S. 2012 - Freshman

• Redshirt season, did not play as a freshman

High School

• 247sports: 4-star (No. 23 overall defensive tackle, No. 6 prospect in Michigan) • ESPN: 3-star (No. 59 overall defensive tackle, No. 13 prospect in Michigan) • Rivals: 4-star (No. 161 overall, No. 12 overall defensive tackle, No. 2 prospect in Michigan) • Scout: 4-star (No. 18 overall defensive tackle) • All-state defensive tackle as a senior at Powers • Helped Luke M. Powers Catholic High School in Flint, Michigan, to the 2011 Division 5 State Championship

• Made 48 tackles including six sacks as a senior with the Chargers • Also scored three rushing touchdowns • As a junior, racked up 63 tackles including seven tackles for loss • Also recovered three fumbles in 2010 • Coach at Powers Catholic High School: Jim Neuman

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Daniel Kelly O’Brien • Born: October 13, 1993 • Son of Irma and Kelly O’Brien • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

NAZ OLIVER Defensive Back

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R-SENIOR • SQ • 5-10 • 186 Jersey City, N.J. • ST. Peter’s Prep 2012 - R-JUNIOR

• Games/Starts: 1/0 • Made college debut vs. Kentucky (11/24), making first career tackle • Returned to defensive backfield prior to season

2011 - R-Sophomore

• Missed 2011 season after undergoing surgery on right wrist (9/1) • Moved from defensive back to wide receiver during camp

2010 - R-FreshmaN

• Had surgery in May to repair torn ACL and missed season

2009 - FreshmaN • Redshirted

HIGH 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 Prep School: Rich Hansen

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Nyshier Taimei Oliver • Born: March 1, 1991 • Son of Deadore Oliver • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

GERALDO ORTA Defensive Back

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R-SOPHOMORE • 1L • 6-0 • 176 Valdosta, Ga. • Lowndes H.S. 2011 - R-FreshmaN

• Games/Starts: 9/0 • Finished year with a tackle vs. Kentucky (11/24) and at Vanderbilt (11/17) • First career interception against Georgia State (9/8), returned four yards 80

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2011 - FreshmaN • Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

• Rated three-star prospect by Rivals (No. 57 overall safety, No. 72 prospect in Georgia) • Rated three-star prospect by Scout (No. 64 overall safety)


PERSONAL

• Full Name: Geraldo Orlando Orta • Pronunciation: JUH-raldo

 CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 2012 9/0 1 1 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 1-4 1-2x

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles Interceptions

1 vs. Vanderbilt, 11/17/12; at Kentucky, 11/24/12 1 vs. Georgia State, 9/8/12

• Nicknamed: Waldo • Born: September 18, 1992 in Hampton, Virginia • Son of Shirley Bradley • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

TYLER PAGE

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QUARTERBACK

R-junior • TR • 6-3 • 206 CANDLER, N.C. • ASHEVILLE H.S. • CHATTANOOGA 2012 - R-SOPHOMORE (AT CHATTANOOGA)

• Squad member

• 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 touchdowns in 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

2010 - FreshmaN

PERSONAL

• Was in fall camp with football team at UT-Chattanooga, but transferred back to Tennessee

2011 - R-FreshmaN

• Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

• Started all four years at quarterback • Threw for 10,138 yards and 120 touchdowns

GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

• Rated four-star prospect by ESPN (No. 17 overall safety) • Honored as Class 1-AAAAA All-Region by the coaches • As a senior, tallied 80 tackles, three tackles for loss, 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 • Helped team to a 10-3 record as a senior and led Vikings to the Region Championship • Coach at Lowndes: Randy McPherson

• Full name: Jonathan Tyler Page • Born: August 30, 1991 • Son of Todd and Angie Page • Majoring in Sports Psychology

MARQUES PAIR OFFENSIVE LINE

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R-JUNIOR • SQ • 6-5 • 329 Sumter, S.C. • Sumter H.S. 2012 - R-SOPHOMORE

• Squad member, did not play in any games

2011 - R-FreshmaN

• Games/Starts: 1/0 • Played late minutes vs. Cincinnati (9/10) for season debut

2010 - FreshmaN • Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

• 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 • Competed as a center on basketball team • Coach at Sumter: Paul Sorrells

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Marques Dante Pair • First name ronounced: MAR-kees • Born: July 30, 1992, in Tacoma, Washington • Son of Steve and Rhonda Pair • Majoring in Communications

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MICHAEL PALARDY PLACEKICKER/PUNTER

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SENIOR • 3L • 5-11 • 185 Coral Springs, Fla. • St. Thomas Aquinas H.S. HONORS

• 2013 Lindy’s Preseason Third Team All-SEC • CFPA Hon. Mention Punter of the Week (Oct. 21, 2012)

2012 - JUNIOR

• Games/Starts: 12/9 • Third-year specialist, listed as co-starter at placekicker and punter • Primary kicker in nine of 12 games, making 9-of-12 on field goals, 37-of-40 on PATs • Served as primary punter in final six games • Punted 36 times for 43.1 average with 13 punts of 50-plus yards; 16 punts inside 20 and seven punts inside 10 • Handling 76 kickoffs in 2012, with 61.6 average and 25 touchbacks • Punted five times for a 42.6 average, including four punts inside 20-yard line vs. Kentucky (11/24); also made a 33yard field goal • On career-high seven punts, hit three punts of 50-plus yards and had three punts inside the 20-yard line with two inside the 10-yard line at Vanderbilt (11/17); also made a 28-yard field goal • Booted 51 and 59-yard punts vs. Missouri (11/10) as part of 45.8 average • Connected on 21, 31-yard field goals and career-high seven PATs along with three punts for 37.0 average vs. Troy (11/3) • Booted career-long 66-yard punt as part of a 40.0 average at #17 South Carolina (10/27); made 5-of-5 PATs • Served as primary kicker and punter in a game for first time in 2012 vs. #1 Alabama (10/20) and made pair of field goals (32, 21 yards); punted five times for 48.2 average with career-long 56-yard punt with two inside 20 • Made a 38-yad field goal and punted three times for 44.7 average at #19 Miss State (10/13), including career-long 54-yard punt • Retuned to placekick Vols’ final PAT at #5 Georgia (9/29) after not kicking for two games • Posted career-high five touchbacks vs. Akron (9/22) • Punted three times for 44.3 average with two 50-yard punts vs. #18 Florida (9/15), three punts inside 20-yard line • Opened 2012 with two field goals (20, 34 yards) vs. NC State (8/31), also kicked off seven times with three touchbacks

2011 - Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 11/11 • Had 52 points on 25-of-26 PATs, made 9-of-14 field goals • Also punted 14 times for 36.8 avg • 43 kickoffs for 63.1 average including six touchbacks • Made five PATs in the final three games • Missed MTSU (11/5) game with an injury • Made a 22-yard field goal and missed at 47-yard kick vs. South Carolina (10/29), also punted three times for 35.3 average • Bested career-long field goal for second week in a row with a 52-yarder at #2 Alabama (10/22). Kick was longest 82

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by a Vol since Jeff Hall (53 yards) vs. Oklahoma State in 1995. Also made a 40-yard field goal. Punted five times for a 40.0 average along with a 5-yard completion on a fake punt play • Made a 43-yard field goal along with 28-yarder vs. Georgia (10/8). Also attempted 51-yarder which was wide right for third-longest attempt of career • Connected on pair of 28-yard field goals vs. Buffalo (10/1) • Kicked 20-yard field goal and punted for 39 yards at #16 Florida (9/17) • 37-yard field goal along with six PATs vs. Cincinnati (9/10) • Recovered his own onside kick vs. Cincinnati (9/10) • Kicked six PATs in opener vs. Montana (9/3) • Punted twice vs. Montana for 40.5 average, long of 44 • Kicked seven times for 64.6 average with one touchback in opener vs. Montana

2010 - FreshmaN

• Games/Starts: 11/6 • Started in six games and played in 11 overall, while serving in multiple capacities for the Tennessee special teams unit • Primary placekicker for kickoffs 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 (LSU-Memphis) • 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 season-long 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 (a UT season best) and five PATs at Memphis • Nailed a season-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 • 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

HIGH SCHOOL

• 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


PERSONAL

• Full Name: Michael Albert Palardy • Pronunciation: Pah-LAR-dee • Born: July 6, 1992 in Margate, Florida • Son of Craig and Bonnie Palardy • Majoring in Communication Studies

 CAREER STATISTICS Kicking G/S FG FGA Pct. PAT PTS 0-29 30-39 40-49 50+ LONG 2010 11/6 5 7 71.4 13-14 28 1-1 4-4 0-1 0-1 39-SC 2011 11/11 9 14 64.3 25-26 52 5-5 1-2 2-5 1-2 52-Ala 2012 12/9 9 12 75.0 37-40 64 4-4 5-7 0-1 0-0 38-MSU Tot. 34/26 23 33 69.7 75-80 144 10-10 10-13 2-7 1-3 52-Ala Punting GP/GS No Yds Avg TB FC I20 I10 50+ Blk Long 2010 11/0 4 157 39.2 0 1 0 0 1 0 51-LSU 2011 11/3 14 515 36.8 0 6 1 0 0 1 46-Ala 2012 12/6 36 1551 43.1 1 10 16 7 13 0 66-SC Totals 34/9 54 2223 41.2 1 17 17 7 14 1 66-SC

 CAREER HIGHS Field Goals Made 3 vs. Memphis, 11/6/10 Field Goals Attempted 3 vs. Memphis, 11/6/10 & vs. Georgia, 10/8/11 Longest Field Goal 52 at Alabama, 10/22/11 Longest Attempt 52 vs. Alabama, 10/23/10 & at Alabama, 10/22/11 PATs 7-7 vs. Troy, 11/3/12 Punts 7 at Vanderbilt, 11/17/12 Punting Average 51.0 vs. LSU, 10/2/10 Long Punt 66 at South Carolina, 10/27/12 Kickoff Touchbacks 5 vs. Akron, 9/22/12

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2010 Opp. at LSU at Georgia Alabama at So. Carolina at Memphis Kentucky

FG-FGA, Seq. 0-1, 45 0-0 1-2, (33) 52 1-1 (39) 3-3 (24) (32) (33) 0-0

PATs Punts-Yds-Avg, Lg 2-2 1-51-51.0, 51 2-2 1-1 3-3 5-6 0-0 3-106-35.3, 46

2011 Opp. FG-FGA, Seq. Montana 0-0 Cincinnati 1-2, 43 (37) at Florida 1-2, 37 (20) Buffalo 2-2, (28) (28) Georgia 2-3, 51 (28) (43) LSU 0-0 at Alabama 2-2, (40) (52) South Carolina 1-2, (22) 47 MTSU DNP at Arkansas 0-0 Vanderbilt 0-0 at Kentucky 0-1, 46

PATs 6-6 6-6 2-2 5-5 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-0

2012 Opp. FG-FGA, Seq. NC State 2-2 (34) (20) Ga. State 0-1 39 Florida 0-0 Akron 0-0 at Georgia 0-0 at Miss State 1-1 (38) Alabama 2-2 (32) (21) at So. Carolina 0-0 Troy 2-3 39 (21) (31) Missouri 0-1 43 at Vanderbilt 1-1 (28) Kentucky 1-1 (33)

PATs 3-4 5-6 0-0 0-0 1-1 4-4 1-1 5-5 7-7 6-6 1-1 4-5

Punts-Yds-Avg, Lg 2-81-40.5, 44 0-0 1-39-39.0, 39 Blk 0-0 0-0 1-42-42.0 5-200-40.0, 46 1-5 Pass 3-106-35.3, 45 1 I-20

1-1 2-47-23.5, 35 3-3 0-0 1-1 0-0

BRETT PARISI WIDE RECEIVER

Punts-Yds-Avg, Lg 0-0 1-31-31.0, 31 3-133-44.3, 50 0-0 0-0 3-134-44.7, 54 5-241-48.2, 56 5-200-40.0, 66 3-111-37.0, 43 4-183-45.8, 59 7-305-43.6, 51 5-213-42.6, 52

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• 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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R-JUNIOR • SQ • 6-2 • 184 Knoxville, Tenn. • Bearden H.S. 2012 - R-SOPHOMORE

• Joined Vols in fall of 2012 as walk-on wide receiver

HIGH SCHOOL

• Played fullback and defensive end at Bearden High School • Made 38 tackles and had eight sacks as a senior in 2009 • Also played lacrosse • Football coach at Bearden High School: Brad Taylor

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Brett Alexander Parisi • Pronunciation: Pah-REE-see • Born: Dec. 12, 1991 • Son of Mike and Gwen Parisi • Majoring in Studio Art

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NATHAN PETERMAN

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R-Freshman • RS • 6-2 • 221 Fruit Cove, Fla. • Bartram Trail H.S. Honors

• 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2012- Freshman • Redshirt season

HIGH SCHOOL

• 247sports: 3-star (No. 15 overall quarterback, No. 50 prospect in Florida) • ESPN: 3-star (No. 39 overall quarterback, No. 75 prospect in Florida) • Rivals: 4-star (No. 10 overall quarterback, No. 43 prospect in Florida) • Scout: 3-star (No. 18 overall quarterback) • Honored as the Offense-Defense National Scholar-Athlete of the Year following senior year at Bartram Trail High School in St. Johns, Fla. • Played in Offense-Defense All-American Bowl at Cowboys Stadium in Dec. 2011 • Named Florida Associated Press Class 6A All-State firstteam quarterback • Honored as St. Johns County Football Player of the Year after leading Bears to second state semifinal appearance in school history

• Earned Florida-Times Union All-First Coast and All-County First Team honors • Threw for 2,932 yards with 36 touchdowns in leading the Bears to a 12-2 record • His 36 TD passes rank second all-time in St. Johns County history, to Tim Tebow (46 TDs in 2004) • Completed 199 of 315 pass attempts for 63.2 percentage • Threw for 209.4 yards per game with two 300-yard passing games • Had two games with four touchdown passes and eight games with at least three TD tosses • Also rushed for 319 yards and five touchdowns • Second Team All-First Coast by Florida Times-Union as a junior • Threw for 2,016 yards and 20 touchdowns • Coach at Bartram Trail: Darrell Sutherland

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Nathan Michael Peterman • Born: May 4, 1994 • Son of Chuck and Dana Peterman • Majoring in Communication Studies

ALAN POSEY Offensive LiNe

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R-SOPHOMORE • SQ • 6-5 • 307 Smithonia, Ga. • Clarke Central H.S. 2012 - R-FRESHMAN

• Games/Starts: 1/0 • College debut vs. Georgia State (9/8)

2011 - FreshmaN • Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 3-star (No. 46 overall offensive tackle, No. 42 overall prospect in Georgia) • Scout: 3-star (No. 48 overall offensive guard) • ESPN: 4-star (No. 15 overall offensive tackle) • Selected to NUC All-World Gridiron Classic • Class AAAA First Team All-State as junior and senior • Earned All-Region 8 Class AAAA honors • Named Athens Banner-Herald First Team All-Area

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• Part of offensive line that allowed just one sack during senior year, while contributing 50 pancake blocks individually • As a junior in 2009, helped team allow just two sacks • Also recorded 45 pancake blocks • 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 was undefeated during senior regular season • Coach at Clarke Central: Leroy Ryals

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Alan Michael Posey • Born: February 28, 1993 • Son of Michael Posey and Cheryl Emerling • Majoring in History


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FRESHMAN • HS • 5-10 • 170 HENDERSONVILLE, TEnn. • HENDERSONVILLE H.S. HIGH SCHOOL

• Played running back and defensive back at Hendersonville High School • Helped Commandos to State Championship game • Sumner County Player of the Year in 2011 • Named all-district for 9-AAA • On offense, piled up 1,807 rushing yards on 281 carries, 413 receiving yards with 23 receptions, had 17 kickoff returns for 339 yards • On defense, had 194 tackles, 50 pass break ups, two forced fumbles, and two interceptions • Ranks fourth in school history with 18 career rushing touchdowns and third in career touchdowns with 24 total TDs

• Also competed in track and field • Coach at Hendersonville: Bruce Hatfield

PERSONAL

• Full name: David Lee Priddy • Born: June 5, 1994 • Son of David and Janet Priddy • Majoring in Mechanical Engineering

JOHN PROPST

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DAVID PRIDDY

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LINEBACKER

SENIOR • 3L • 6-0 • 219 Hoover, Ala. • Hoover H.S. Honors

• 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll • 2011 SEC Academic Honor Roll • 2010 All-SEC Freshman Team honors by Coaches

2012 - JUNIOR

• Games/Starts: 9/0 • Made three tackles in nine games • Returned four kickoffs for 44 yards as an up-man on kickoff coverage • Two tackles and two pass break-ups vs. Georgia State (9/8)

2011 - Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 12/0 • Played in 12 games with four tackles in 2011, seeing most action on special team coverage • Special teams tackle vs. Vanderbilt (11/19) • Recovered a fumble on special teams vs. #14 South Carolina (10/29) • Made three tackles and had a 0.5 TFL vs. Montana (9/3)

2010 - FreshmaN

• Games/Starts: 11/0 • Earned Coaches’ All-SEC Freshman Team honors • Played in 11 games and totaled 14 tackles in first season • 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

HIGH SCHOOL

• Alabama Sportswriters Class 6A All-State • Rated as the No. 25 overall inside linebacker and No. 35 prospect in Alabama by Rivals.com • Ranked as the No. 39 overall inside linebacker by Scout.com • Participated in 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-for-loss, over 15 sacks, and 17 quarterback pressures • Helped lead Hoover to the 6A State Championship in 2009 • Coach at Hoover High School: Josh Niblett

PERSONAL

• Full Name: John Milan Propst • Born: September 11, 1991 in Birmingham, Alabama • Parents are Phillip and Marla Propst • Majoring in Industrial Engineering

 CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 2010 11/0 5 9 14 0-0 1-1 0 0 0 0-0 6-UGA 2011 12/0 1 3 4 0-0 0.5-2 0 1 0 0-0 3-Mon 2012 9/0 1 2 3 0-0 0.5-1 0 0 2 0-0 2-GSU Total 32/0 7 14 21 0-0 2.0-4 0 1 2 0-0 6-UGA

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles Tackles for Loss Fumble Recovery

6 at Georgia, 10/9/10 1 at Georgia, 10/9/10 1 vs. South Carolina, 10/29/11

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WOODY QUINN TIGHT END

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JUNIOR • TR • 6-6 • 253 DANA POINT, CALIF. • ST. MARGARET’S • PEPPERDINE •SANTA ANA COLLEGE PRIOR TO TENNESSEE

• Spent 2012 season at Santa Ana College in California, playing football • Began his collegiate career at Pepperdine in California, where he signed to play volleyball, but redshirted his freshman season • Transferred to California Baptist University where he played volleyball during the 2012 season before transferring to Santa Ana College in the summer of 2012

AT SANTA ANA COLLEGE (CALIF.)

• In one season with the Dons, caught 15 passes for 252 yards and a touchdown

HIGH SCHOOL

• Played one season of football at St. Margaret’s High School in San Juan Capistrano but excelled in volleyball

• Coached in volleyball by Jeremy Daily and Olympian Karch Kiraly at St. Margaret’s where he was the 2010 Division 5 CIF Southern Section Player of the Year • Also a two-time Academy League MVP, 2010 Division 5 CIF Southern Section Scholar-Athlete of the Year • Helped lead the Tartans to a CIF championship as a senior. • His father, Tim, played water polo for UC-Irvine and was later selected onto the USA team • Brother of Johnny who was an All-American pole vaulter at UCLA

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Daniel Joseph Woody Quinn • Born: June 8, 1992 • Son of Timothy and Cyntia Quinn • Majoring in Liberal Arts

BRIAN RANDOLPH DEFENSIVE BACK

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R-SOPHOMORE • 2L • 6-0 • 199 Kennesaw, Ga. • Kell H.S. Honors

• 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll • 2011 Second-Team Freshman All-American by Yahoo! Sports • 2011 Third-Team Freshman All-American by Phil Steele • 2011 SEC Coaches All-Freshman selection

2012 - Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 3/3 (Medical redshirt) • Starting free safety in second season with Vols prior to suffering season-ending knee injury vs. Florida (9/15) • At time of injury, was leading tackler for Vols with 22 stops and two break-ups • Made seven tackles vs. #18 Florida (9/15) • Tied for team lead in tackles for second game in a row vs. Georgia State (9/8) with seven stops • Tied for team-lead with eight tackles vs. NC State (8/31) • Earned the John Stucky Off-Season Award as the player who demonstrated the best physical and mental conditioning during the offseason

2011 - Freshman

• Games/Starts: 12/8 • 2011 Second-Team Freshman All-American by Yahoo! Sports • 2011 Third-Team Freshman All-American by Phil Steele • 2011 SEC Coaches All-Freshman selection • True freshman played in all 12 games with eight starts, seeing action at free safety and in nickel • Finished fifth on team in tackles with 55 along with two pass break-ups and a TFL • Posted fifth-most tackles by a UT true freshman all-time 86

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with 55, ahead of Reggie White (51 in 1980) • Had 23 tackles in three-game span, coming against nation’s top teams: #1 LSU, #2 Alabama & #14 S. Carolina • Notched career-high 12 tackles including first TFL at Kentucky (11/26) in season finale, tied with A.J. Johnson for the third-most stops in a single game by a UT true freshman ever. • Three tackles vs. Vanderbilt (11/19) • Made five tackles at #8 Arkansas (11/12) • Six tackles, forced fumble vs. #14 South Carolina (10/29) • Posted eight tackles at #2 Alabama (10/22) in start • Racked up nine tackles vs. #1 LSU (10/15) • Started in a nickel, and had three tackles vs. Buffalo (10/1) • Two tackles at #16 Florida (9/17) • First-career start vs. Cincinnati (9/10), making two tackles • One of 12 true freshmen to debut vs. Montana (9/3)

HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 3-star (No. 32 overall safety, No. 29 overall in Georgia) • Scout: 3-star (No. 42 overall safety) • ESPN: 3-star (No. 32 overall safety) • 2010 Gatorade Player of the Year in Georgia • Chosen as Georgia 4A Defensive Player of the Year by both AP and Coaches • Parade All-America honors; Three-time All-State honoree • Named to Georgia Super 11 by Atlanta Journal Constitution • Earned 2010 Rivalshigh.com All-America Team honors • 2010 Atlanta Sports Council Athlete of the Year • Named Marietta Daily Journal’s Defensive Player of the Year • Selected to the GACA North/South All-Star Game • As a senior, totaled 162 tackles (98 solo), nine pass break-


10-Tackle Games

PERSONAL

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME

• Full Name: Brian Anthony Randolph • Born: October 20, 1992 in Marietta, Georgia • Son of Mark and Lisa Randolph • Majoring in Management • Took part in an NFL-NCAA Round Table in Charlotte, N.C., in Feb. 2012

 CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack 2011 12/8 37 18 55 0-0 2012 3/3 17 5 22 0-0 Totals 15/11 54 23 77 0-0

TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 1-4 1 0 2 0-0 12-UK 2-4 0 0 2 0-0 8-NCS 3-8 1 0 4 0-0 12-UK

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles

Tackles For Loss

Passes Defended

12 at Kentucky, 11/26/11 1 at Kentucky, 11/26/11 & vs. NC State, 8/31/12 2 vs. Cincinnati, 9/10/11 1 at Kentucky, 11/26/11

2011 Opp. U-A-T, Other Montana 1-0-1 Cincinnati 1-1-2, 2 pd at Florida 1-1-2 Buffalo 3-0-3 Georgia 0-0-0 LSU 8-1-9 at Alabama 7-1-8 South Carolina 5-1-6, ff MTSU 4-0-4 at Arkansas 2-3-5 Vanderbilt 1-2-3 at Kentucky 4-8-12, 1-4 tfl

2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other vs. NC State 7-1-8, 1-2 tfl Ga. State 7-0-7 Florida 3-4-7, pd Akron DNP-INJ at Georgia DNP-INJ at Miss State DNP-INJ Alabama DNP-INJ at So.Carolina DNP-INJ Troy DNP-INJ Missouri DNP-INJ at Vanderbilt DNP-INJ Kentucky DNP-INJ

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GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

ups, 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 • In junior campaign, tallied 125 tackles, eight tackles for loss, 18 pass breakups, three INTs and a pair of sacks • Coach at Kell: Derek Cook

FRESHMAN • HS • 6-1 • 210 Clarksville, Tenn. • NORTHEAST H.S. HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 4-star (No. 7 overall prospect in Tennessee, No. 13 overall position ranking) • Scout: 4-star (No. 15 overall outside lineback) • 247Sports: 4-star (No. 5 prospect in Tennessee, No. 135 overall prosepct) • Gained more than 2,000 rushing yards as a senior, including 1,000 yards in three postseason games, with more than 300 yards in each game • Scored five touchdowns in playoff game against eventual state champion Beech • All-State on defense in 2012 by the Tennessee Sports Writers • First-team all-state linebacker as a junior • District offensive player of the year as a junior • Area player of the year as a junior

• Area offensive player of the year as a sophomore • Invited to “The Opening,” an all-star summer prospect camp held on the Nike Campus • Recorded 103 tackles, a sack, 10 forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries returning one for a TD as a junior while also running for 1,468 yards at 31 touchdowns on 170 attempts and completing 50.9% of his passes for 1,267 yards and 15 touchdowns • Coached by Isaac Shelby at Northeast High School

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Jalen Ahmad Reeves-Maybin • Born Jan. 31, 1995 • Son of LaDawn Reeves and Marques Maybin • His father, Marques, played basketball at Louisville • Majoring in Communications

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JUNIOR • 2L • 6-6 • 327 Nashville, Tenn. • Pearl-Cohn H.S. HONORS

• 2013 Lindy’s Preseason First Team All-SEC • 2013 Lindy’s Preseason No. 5 Overall Top Tackle • 2013 Athlon Sports Preseason Second Team All-American • 2013 Athlon Sports Preseason Second Team All-SEC • 2013 Phil Steele Preseason Second Team All-American • 2013 Phil Steele Preseason Second Team All-SEC • 2013 Lindy’s Preseason No. 7 Top-10 NFL Talent • 2012 Associated Press All-SEC Second Team

2012 - SOPHOMORE

• Games/Starts: 12/12 • 2012 Associated Press All-SEC Second Team • Earned starting left tackle job in training camp as senior Dallas Thomas made move to left guard • Started all 12 games at left tackle • Helped offense to 475.9 yards per game (20th in NCAA), 315.6 yards of passing offense (15th in NCAA), just eight sacks allowed (0.67 per game/fourth in NCAA) utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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PLAYERS • Vols had five games with 500-plus yards of total offense in 2012, the most since posting six in 1997 • Aided offense in school-record 718 yards vs. Troy (11/3) • Did an outstanding job against #17 South Carolina (10/27), holding Jadeveon Clowney without a sack while he blocked him until late in the game • Helped Vols to 633 yards of total offense vs. Akron (9/22) including 232 rushing • Helped UT to 524 yards of total offense vs. NC State (8/31), including 191 rushing yards

2011 - FreshmaN

• Games/Starts: 12/0 • Played in all 12 games as part of offensive line on field goal and PAT attempts • Saw a few snaps in the backfield as a fullback at Kentucky (11/26) • Played one snap as a fullback in win over Vanderbilt (11/19) • Made debut vs. Montana (9/3), playing final two series

HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 4-star (No. 74 overall prospect nationally, No. 7 over-

all offensive tackle, No. 1 overall prospect in Tennessee) • Scout: 4-star (No. 18 overall offensive tackle) • ESPN: 4-star (No. 105 nationally, No. 8 offensive tackle) • 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 • Mobile Press-Register’s Southeast 120, ranked 25th • Part of an offensive line that allowed zero sacks during junior campaign • Added 60 pancake blocks • Named to the Class of 2011 Sporting News Top 100 (No. 49 overall/No. 7 offensive lineman)

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Antonio James Richardson • Born: February 24, 1992 • Son of Lanny Richardson • Majoring in Communications

AUSTIN SANDERS OFFENSIVE LINE

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FRESHMAN • HS • 6-5 • 310 CLEVELAND, TENN. • BRADLEY CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL

• Coached by Damon Floyd at Bradley Central High School • Rated 4-star by Rivals (No. 8 prospect in Tennessee, No. 20 offensive tackle) • Rated 4-star by ESPN (No. 8 prospect in Tennessee, No. 24 offensive tackle) • Rated 3-star by 247Sports (No. 9 in Tennessee, No. 26 offensive tackle) • The first commitment of Tennessee’s 2013 class, verbally committed to the Vols before his junior season • Tennessee’s Class AAA Mr. Football Lineman of the Year • District 5-AAA Lineman of the Year • Named to All-District 5-AAA team • Helped his team to back-to-back County Championship

titles and three consecutive playoff appearances • One of only two Tennesseans on the East squad in the U.S Marine Corps 2013 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl helping to lead the East to a 17-14 win at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. • Played a big role in the East’s 41-20 victory in the East-West All-Star Classic • Coach at Bradley Central High School: Damon Floyd

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Marcus Austin Sanders • Born: May 28, 1995 • Son of Marc and Jennifer Sanders • Majoring in Kinesiology

DONTAVIS SAPP Linebacker

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SENIOR • 3L • 6-2 • 227 Valdosta, Ga. • Valdosta H.S. 2013 - SENIOR

• Awarded Andy Spiva award for Most Improved Defensive player after spring season

2012 - JUNIOR

• Games/Starts: 12/2 • Back-up WILL linebacker behind senior Herman Lathers • Posted 17 tackles with 2.5 TFLs in 12 games, starting two • Two tackles in finale vs. Kentucky (11/24) • Credited with a blocked punt vs. Troy (11/3) when low ball 88

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was punted off his helmet • Two tackles at #17 South Carolina (10/27) • Recovered a fumble vs. #1 Alabama (10/20) with a tackle • Four stops in second-career start vs. Akron (9/22) • Drew first career start vs. Georgia State (9/8) and made four tackles including 1.5 TFLs • Had a 4-yard tackle for loss in opener vs. NC State (8/31)

2011 - Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 12/0 • Made 20 tackles along with a forced fumble, fumble recovery and a sack


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 single-tackle performances in four other games, including in three of UT’s final four regular season contests

HIGH SCHOOL

• 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

 CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 2010 11/0 1 4 5 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 1-5x 2011 12/0 11 9 20 1-6 1-6 1 1 0 0-0 6-UK 2012 12/2 9 8 17 0-0 2.5-10 0 1 1 0-0 4-2x Total 35/2 21 21 42 1-6 3.5-16 1 2 1 0-0 6-UK

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles 6 at Kentucky, 11/26/11 Sacks 1 vs. Cincinnati, 9/10/11 Tackles For Loss 1.5 vs. Georgia State, 9/8/12 Fumble Recovery 1 vs. Middle Tenn, 11/5/11 & vs. Alabama, 10/20/12 Blocked Punt 1 vs. Troy, 11/3/12

• 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

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Dontavis Jarquez Sapp • Pronunciation: don-TAY-viss • Born: January 17, 1992 • Son of Ivory Sapp • Majoring in Sociology

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2010 Opp. Other Opp. Defense GP/GS U-A-T, UT AT TT Sack 2011TFL FF FR U-A-T, PD Other Int High Tk UT-Martin 0-0-0 Montana 2-0-2 0-0 1-5x 2010 11/0 1 4 5 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 Oregon 12/0 0-0-0 Cincinnati 2-2-4, 1-6 sk, 1-66-UK tfl, ff 2011 11 9 20 1-6 1-6 1 1 0 0-0 Florida 23/0 12 13 25 1-0-1 at Florida 1-0-1 0-0 6-UK Total 1-6 1-6 1 1 0 UAB 0-0-0 Buffalo 0-0-0 at LSU 0-1-1 Georgia 0-0-0 at Georgia 0-0-0 LSU 1-0-1 Alabama 0-0-0 at Alabama 0-0-0 at S. Carolina 0-0-0 So. Carolina 3-2-5 at Memphis 0-1-1 MTSU 1-0-1, fr Mississippi 0-1-1 at Arkansas 0-0-0 at Vanderbilt 0-0-0 Vanderbilt 0-0-0 Kentucky 0-1-1 at Kentucky 1-5-6 UNC (Bowl) 0-0-0 2012 Opp. vs. NC State Ga. State Florida Akron at Georgia at Miss State

U-A-T, Other 1-0-1, 1-4 tfl 2-2-4, 1.5-6 tfl 1-1-2 1-3-4, qh 0-0-0 0-0-0

GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

• Totaled four stops on special teams • Notched career-high six tackles in finale at Kentucky (11/26) • Tackle and a fumble recovery vs. Middle Tennessee (11/5) • Five tackles seeing most time of career due to injury to Curt Maggitt vs. #14 South Carolina (10/29) • Four tackles including a 6-yard sack vs. Cincinnati (9/10), also had a forced fumble • Former defensive back moved to linebacker for 2011

2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other Alabama 1-0-1, fr at S.Carolina 1-1-2 Troy 0-0-0 blk punt Missouri 0-0-0 at Vanderbilt 1-0-1 qh Kentucky 1-1-2

Trevarris Saulsberry

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Defensive LiNe R-SOPHOMORE • 1L • 6-4 • 291 Gainesville, Fla. • Gainesville H.S. 2012 - R-FreshmaN

• Games/Starts: 4/0 • Played in four games with five tackles and a TFL • Missed last three games with an injury • First significant playing time vs. #1 Alabama (10/20), making first five tackles of his career

2011 - FreshmaN • Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 3-star (No. 56 overall defensive tackle) • Scout: 3-star (No. 74 overall defensive end) • ESPN: 3-star (No. 75 overall defensive end)

• Two-time All-Area selection as a junior and senior • Named Second Team All-State and First Team All-Area 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 • As a senior in 2010, tallied 68 tackles, 12 TFLs, eight QB pressures and 4.5 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 • Helped team to 11-2 record as a senior utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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 CAREER STATISTICS

PERSONAL

Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 2012 4/0 4 1 5 0-0 1-1 0 0 0 0-0 5-Ala

• Full Name: Trevarris Rashaad Saulsberry •Pronunciation: trah-VARR-Iss • Born: May 6, 1993 • Son of Richard Saulsberry and Delatrone Hunter • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles Tackles For Loss

5 vs. Alabama, 10/20/12 1 vs. Alabama, 10/20/12

JOHN SIMCOX OFFENSIVE LiNe

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R-Freshman • RS • 6-2 • 295 Kingsport, Tenn. • Sullivan Central 2012 - FreshmaN • Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

• Played at Sullivan Central High School in Kingsport, Tenn. • Coach at Sullivan Central: Jeff Fox

PERSONAL

• Full Name: John Allen-Michael Simcox • Born: Jan. 24, 1994 • Son of Greg and Penny Simcox • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

JACQUES SMITH Defensive Line

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SENIOR • 3L • 6-2 • 243 Ooltewah, Tenn. • Ooltewah H.S. Honors

• 2010 Coaches Freshman All-SEC

2012 - JUNIOR

• Games/Starts: 12/6 • Starting at JACK linebacker in Vols’ 3-4 system after playing defensive line first two seasons • Played all 12 games with six starts with 33 tackles, 7.0 TFL for 31 yards and two sacks for 16 yards • Posted four tackles, including a 6-yard sack, vs. Kentucky (11/24) in season finale • In return to start at SLB for first time, at Vanderbilt (11/17) and had career-high nine tackles including 1.5 TFLs • Five tackles with 1.5 TFL and a 10-yard sack at #19 Miss State (10/13), had career-best four quarterback hurries • Tied career-high with six tackles including a TFL vs. #18 Florida (9/15) • Opened 2012 with four tackles vs. NC State (8/31) • Big Lick Award in Spring for physical toughness

2011 - Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 12/8 • Ninth on the team in tackles with 35 including 7.5 TFLs for 26 yards, ranking second on team • Second on team with six quarterback hurries • Career-high six tackles, including two TFLs, in finale at Kentucky (11/26) • Had a tackle and quarterback hurry vs. Vanderbilt (11/19) • Three tackles at #8 Arkansas (11/12) 90

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• Two stops and a forced fumble in win over MTSU (11/5) • Posted fix tackles vs. #1 LSU (10/15) • Three stops with a TFL vs. Georgia (10/8) • Five tackles with two TFLs for five yards at #16 Florida (9/17) • Five tackles including 0.5 TFL vs. Cincinnati (9/10) • In first-career start had 4 tackles with a career-high 2 TFLs for 7 yards vs. Montana (9/3)

2010 - Freshman

• Games/Starts: 13/0 • Earned Coaches’ All-SEC Freshman Team honors • One of seven true freshmen to play every game for Vols • 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 season-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, including 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


HIGH SCHOOL

• 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-rated prospect in Tennessee • Rivals.com All-America team, as well as No. 1 prospect in Tennessee and No. 6 overall weakside defensive end in nation • Ranked as No. 8 defensive end in nation by Scout.com • Member of PrepStar Top 150 Dream Team • Participated in 2010 U.S. Army All-America Bowl • Named 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-for-loss, 9.5 sacks, four forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries as senior • Tallied 80 tackles, 28 tackles-for-loss and 13 sacks as junior • Coach at Ooltewah: Benny Monroe

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Jacques Davon Smith • First name pronounced: JOCK-kwez • Born: December 31, 1991 in Chattanooga • Son of Stacey Smith • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

 CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF QH PD Int High Tk 2010 13/0 15 9 24 2-7 5-18 1 4 0 0-0 5-LSU 2011 12/8 22 13 35 0.5-5 7.5-26 1 6 1 0-0 6-UK 2012 12/6 18 15 33 2-16 7-31 0 8 0 0-0 9-Van Totals 37/14 55 37 92 4.5-23 19.5-78 2 18 1 0-0 9-Van

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles Tackles For Loss Quarterback Hurries

9 at Vanderbilt, 11/17/12 2 three times, last at Kentucky, 11/26/11 4 at Mississippi State, 10/13/12

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2010 Opp. U-A-T, Other UT-Martin 4-0-4, 1-3 tfl Oregon 1-0-1, 1-4 tfl Florida 1-0-1 UAB 1-0-1 at LSU 1-0-1 at Georgia 2-1-3, 1-4 tfl Alabama 1-0-1 at S. Carolina 2-0-2 at Memphis 1-0-1, 1-5 sk, 1-5 tfl, ff Mississippi 1-1-2, 1-2 sk, 1-2 tfl at Vanderbilt 0-0-0 Kentucky 1-2-3 UNC (Bowl) 0-0-0 2012 Opp. vs. NC State Ga. State Florida Akron at Georgia at Miss State

2011 Opp. Montana Cincinnati at Florida Buffalo Georgia LSU at Alabama So. Carolina MTSU at Arkansas Vanderbilt at Kentucky

U-A-T, Other 3-1-4, 2-7 tfl, qh 3-2-5, 0.5-5 sk, 0.5-5 tfl 4-1-5, 2-5 tfl, pd 0-0-0, qh 1-2-3, 1-1 tfl 1-4-5 0-0-0, qh 1-0-1 2-0-2, ff 1-2-3 1-0-1, qh 5-1-6, 2-8 tfl

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• Shared UT’s 2010 Big Lick Award presented to players in the spring who consistently perform with the most physical toughness

U-A-T, Other 2012 Opp. U-A-T, Other 3-1-4 Alabama 0-0-0 1-0-1, qh at S.Carolina 0-0-0 2-4-6, 1-3 tfl, qh Troy 1-0-1, 1-2 tfl, qh 0-1-1 Missouri 1-0-1, 1-6 tfl at Vanderbilt 6-3-9, 1.5-2 tfl, qh 1-0-1 1-4-5, 1-10 sk, 1.5-12 tfl, 4 qh Kentucky 2-2-4, 1-6 sk, 1-6 tfl

JOSH SMITH WIDE RECEIVER

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FRESHMAN • HS • 6-1 • 193 KNOXVILLE, TENN. • CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF KNOXVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

• Rated 3-star by Rivals (No. 24 prospect in Tennessee) • Rated 3-star by 247Sports (No. 16 prospect in Tennessee) • Rated 3-star by ESPN (No. 27 prospect in Tennessee) • All-State wide receiver at CAK as a junior and senior • Named All-District as a sophomore, junior and senior • Racked up more than 4,000 receiving yards along with 52 receiving touchdowns in prep career • Also played on defense, returned punts and punted • As a senior in 2012, hauled in 65 catches for 1,176 yards and 15 touchdowns despite being sidelined early in season with a broken collarbone • On defense as a senior, made 48 tackles and had one interception • Named District Offensive MVP as a junior

• In 2011, as a junior, made 96 catches for 1,911 yards (147.0 yards per game) and 22 touchdowns • Ranked ninth in the nation in total receiving yards with most in the state of Tennessee • Also had more than 1,000 receiving yards as a sophomore, scoring 15 touchdowns • Coach at Christian Academy of Knoxville: Rusty Bradley

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Joshua Walker Smith • Born: March 24, 1994 • Son of Butch and Jennifer Smith • Majoring in Recreation and Sport Management

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TOM SMITH

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RUNNING BACK

R-Sophomore • SQ • 5-11 • 220 Apopka, Fla. • Apopka H.S. 2012 - SOPHOMORE

• Squad member, did not play any games

2011 - Freshman

• Games/Starts: 3/0 • One of 16 true freshmen to play during the season • Had 34 rushing yards on 13 carries • Carried 10 times for 28 yards vs. Buffalo (10/1) • One of 12 true freshmen to play vs. Montana (9/3), rushed three times for six yards in debut

HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 3-star (No. 29 overall running back, No. 58 overall prospect in Florida) • Scout: 3-star (No. 47 overall running back) • ESPN: 3-star (No. 74 overall running back) • 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 AllState and First Team All-Central Florida by the Orlando Sentinel • 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 • Had more than 300 yards on kickoff returns and a pair of TDs • 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 • Coach at Apopka: Rick Darlington

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Thomas Franklin Smith • Born: September 21, 1993 • Son of Thomas and Shantinette Smith • Majoring in Sociology

 CAREER STATISTICS Rushing 2011

GP/GS No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 3/0 13 34 2.6 11.3 0 8-Buf 28-Buf

 CAREER HIGHS Rushes Rushing Yards

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2011 Opp. Run-Yds-TD, Lg. Montana 3-6-0, 5 Buffalo 10-28-0, 8 Arkansas 0-0-0

joe stocstill LINEBACKER

R-freshman • RS • 6-2 • 232 lewisburg, tenn. • cornersville h.s. 2012 - Freshman

• Redshirt season, did not play any games • Moved to linebacker for sophomore season

HIGH SCHOOL

• Played quarterback at Cornersville High School in Lewisburg, Tenn. • As a senior, threw for 1,157 yards on 86-of-155 with eight touchdowns • Also played baseball at Cornersville • Football coach at Cornersville High School: Adrian Wilson

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10 vs. Buffalo, 10/1/11 28 vs. Buffalo, 10/1/11

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Charles Joseph Stocstill • Born Oct. 17, 1993 • Son of Lynn and Ray Stocstill • Majoring in Kinesiology

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SENIOR • 3L • 6-3 • 291 Nashville, Tenn. • Maplewood H.S. HONORS

• 2013 Rimington Watch List • 2013 Lindy’s Preseason Second Team All-SEC • 2013 Athlon Sports Preseason Second Team All-SEC • 2013 Phil Steele Preseason Second Team All-SEC • 2010 Sporting News Freshman All-America team • 2010 Football Writers Association of America Freshman AllAmerica team • 2010 Rivals.com Second Team All-America selection

2012 - JUNIOR

• Games/Starts: 12/12 • Regained starting center role in preseason camp after starting first six games of 2011 at center • Started all 12 games in 2012 at center • A left-hander, Stone snaps under center with right hand and shotgun snaps with left hand • Helped offense to 475.9 yards per game (20th in NCAA), 315.6 yards of passing offense (15th in NCAA), just eight sacks allowed (0.67 per game/fourth in NCAA) • Vols have had five games with 500-plus yards of total offense, the most since posting six in 1997 • Aided offense to school-record 718 yards vs. Troy (11/3) • Helped Vols to 633 yards of total offense vs. Akron (9/22) including 232 rushing

2011 - Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 9/7 • Had started 12 games in a row, 11 at center (UT was 7-4 in those games) and one game at left guard • Starting streak began at Memphis (11/6/10) and ran through LSU (10/15/11) • Part of line that helped UT to 332 yards per game during the season including two games with 500-plus yards

2010 - Freshman • Games/Starts: 12/8

• Selected to the Sporting News and Football Writers Association of America’s Freshman All-America teams • 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 (Memphis)

HIGH SCHOOL

• 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 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 No. 32 offensive tackle in the nation by Scout.com • Competed in the 2010 Under Armour All-America Game • As a junior, amassed 52 tackles, 12 tackles-for-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

GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

JAMES STONE

PERSONAL

• Full Name: James Robert Stone • Born on April 26, 1992 in Nashville • Son of Nancy Drumgoode • Majoring in Communication Studies

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RUNNING BACK

R-JUNIOR • SQ • 5-9 • 196 Tuscumbia, Ala. • Deshler H.S. 2012 - R-SOPHOMORE

• Games/Starts: 1/0 • Made college debut playing on special teams vs. Kentucky (11/24) in finale, made two tackles

2011 - R-Freshman

• Squad member with the Vols

2010 - FreshmaN • Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

• 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 three-time state champion in the 4x100 relay • Coach at Deshler: John Mothshed

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Deanthonie Lamont Summerhill •Pronunciation: Dee-Anthony • Born: March 22, 1992 • Son of Harvey Summerhill • Majoring in Sociology utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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TIGHT END R-JUNIOR • SQ • 6-3 • 230 Camden, Tenn. • Central H.S. Honors

2011 - R-FRESHMAN

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

2010 - FreshmaN

PERSONAL

• 2011 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2012 - R-SOPHOMORE

• Squad member, did not play any games • Squad member with the Vols • Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

• Started three years at tight end

• Full Name: William Dakota Summers • Born: December 1, 1991 • Son of Bill and Carrie Summers • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

CAMERON SUTTON DEFENSIVE BACK

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Freshman • hS • 6-1 • 180 JONESBORO, GA. • JONESBORO H.S. HIGH SCHOOL

• Rated 3-star by Rivals and Scout (No. 40 cornerback) • Rated 3-star by 247Sports (No. 27 athlete, No. 49 prospect in Georgia) • Rated 3-star by ESPN (No. 46 prospect in Georgia, No. 65 wide receiver) • Played both cornerback and wide receiver as well as returner and punter on special teams at Jonesboro High School in Georgia • Racked up 1,396 all-purpose yards as a senior receiver and returner for the Cardinals • Scored 19 touchdowns as a senior • Named All-State by the Atlanta Journal Constitution in Class AAAA as a senior

• First-team all-county, all-area as a sophomore, junior and senior • Named to The Score 44 as one of Georgia’s top 44 seniors in 2012 • All-Region second team as a junior • Named the team’s ‘best newcomer’ as a freshman in 2009 • Also played baseball and basketball for three years • Coach at Jonesboro High School: De’Timothy Floyd

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Cameron Amir Sutton • Born: February 27, 1995 • Son of Dalton and Nedra Sutton • Majoring in Pharmacy

DEVAUN SWAFFORD

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DEFENSIVE BACK

Freshman • HS • 5-11 • 184 KINGSPORT, TEnn. • DOBYNS-BENNETT H.S. HIGH SCHOOL

• Rated 2-star by Rivals, two-star by 247Sports (No. 54 overall all-purpose back, No. 38 overall prospect in Tennessee) and 2-star by Scout (No. 176 overall cornerback) • Four-year letterwinner at Dobyns-Bennett serving for one season as team captain • Also a member of the track team for four years and the basketball team for three seasons • Helped his team to three-straight Big 8 conference championships from his sophomore year as well as four straight 94

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state playoffs appearances during his time in high school • Racked up 1,238 rushing yards for 29 touchdowns, 350 receiving yards (four TDs), while also making 25 tackles and recording five interceptions as a senior • Earned All-State honors as a defensive back and was named the Big 8 Conference Defensive Player of the Year after his senior season. • Earned a spot in the TN East-West All-Star game where he was tabbed the defensive MVP • In his junior season tallied 808 rush yards for 12 TDs, and


PERSONAL

• Full Name: Devaun Shawntel Swafford • Born: October 5, 1994 • Son of Edward and Olivia Swafford • Majoring in Physical Therapy

JUSTIN THOMAS LINEBACKER

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R-Freshman • RS • 6-0 • 228 Richmond, Va. • Central Virginia Home School 2012 - Freshman

• Redshirt season, did not play in any games

• Saw action as defensive end and offensive lineman • Coach with the Disciples: Dave Hollis

HIGH SCHOOL

PERSONAL

• While being home schooled, played for Central Virginia Home School Disciples in Richmond, Virginia • Helped team to Virginia State championship in 2009 after posting an 11-1 record

• Full Name: Justin Glenn Thomas • Born: Dec. 6, 1992 • Son of Dean and Gail Thomas • Majoring in Finance

TINO THOMAS DEFENSIVE BACK

GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

385 receiving yards (six TDs) while garnering 30 tackles and two interceptions on defense. • Finished his career at Dobyns-Bennett with over 2,700 rush yards, nearly 1,000 receiving yards and 64 touchdowns • Coach at Dobyns-Bennett High School: Graham Clark

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R-Freshman • RS • 6-0 • 206 Memphis, Tenn. • Melrose H.S. 2012 - Freshman

• Redshirt season, did not play in any games

HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 3-star (No. 56 overall athlete, No. 11 overall prospect in Tennessee) • Scout: 3-star (No. 93 overall wide receiver) • ESPN: 3-star (No. 138 overall athlete) • Named to the MIAA Class 5A-6A Team by the Memphis Commercial Appeal • All-District 16-AAA honors via the Commercial Appeal • FoxMemphis Preseason All-Mid South Team honors • 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 collect-

ing 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 • Totaled 48 tackles, 15 interceptions and five pass breakups • Also a standout track and field athlete at Melrose • Coach at Melrose: Robert Ferrante

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Harold Tino Thomas, Jr. • Born: Sept. 13, 1992 • Son of Tino Thomas, Sr. • Brother Graig Cooper starred at Miami (Fla.) and played for the Philadelphia Eagles • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

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LINEBACKER

R-FRESHMAN • RS • 6-1 • 218 Chattanooga, Tenn. • Chattanooga Central H.S. 2012 - Freshman

• Redshirt season, did not play in any games

HIGH SCHOOL

• Played at Chattanooga Central High School as a linebacker and fullback • Posted 112 tackles with 13 tackles for loss and four sacks as a junior • As a senior made 56 tackles prior to suffering a knee injury that ended his season

• Coach at Chattanooga Central High School: John Allen

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Nikolay Timoshchuk • Pronunciation: tim-oh-SHUCK • Born on Nov. 9, 1993 • Son of Nikolay Sr. and Oksana Timoshchuk • Is of Ukrainian decent • Majoring in Recreation and Sport Management utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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JaRON TONEY

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defensive back

R-JUNIOR • 1L • 5-10 • 184 Alcoa, Tenn. • Alcoa H.S. 2012 - R-SOPHOMORE

• Games/Starts: 11/4 • Former tailback made an impact in the secondary, playing in nickel and dime situations • Played in 11 games, starting last four games, making 42 tackles with 37 tackles in those three starts • Finished seventh on team in tackles with 42, making 37 in the final four games • Two double-figure tackle games in last three games • Equalled career-high with 11 tackles in season-finale vs. Kentucky (11/24) • Notched five tackles and broke up a pass at Vanderbilt (11/17) • Career-high 11 tackles vs. Missouri (11/10) • Posted first-career double-figure tackle game with 10 vs. Troy (11/3), including first-career TFL • Two tackles at South Carolina (10/27)

2011 - R-Freshman

• Games/Starts: 5/0 • Local product played in five games as a backup tailback and on special teams • In five games, had 31 carries for 74 yards • Carried 11 times for 22 yards at #8 Arkansas (11/12) • Saw most time of career with 19 carries for 52 yards vs. MTSU (11/5) • Made debut, but did not carry ball vs. South Carolina (10/29)

2010 - Freshman • Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

• Started two years at running back and defensive back • 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

PERSONAL

• Full name: JaRon Arnett Toney • Born: June 21, 1992 • Son of Dorris and Craig Toney • Majoring in Economics

 CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 2012 11/4 30 12 42 0-0 2-4 0 0 3 0-0 11-2x Rushing 2011

GP/GS No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 5/0 31 74 2.4 14.8 0 8-MT 52-MT

  CAREER CAREER HIGHS STATISTICS Tackles 11/10/12 & vs.TD Kentucky, Rushing GP/GS 11 vs. No Missouri, Yds Avg Per/G Long 11/24/12 High Yd Tackles For Loss 5/0 31 1 vs.74 Troy,2.4 11/3/1214.8 0 & vs. Kentucky, 11/24/12 2011 8-MT 52-MT Passes Defended 2 vs. Troy, 11/3/12 Rushes 19 vs. Middle Tennessee, 11/5/11 Rushing Yards 52 vs. Middle Tennessee, 11/5/11 Long Rush 8 vs. Middle Tennessee, 11/5/11

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2011 Opp. Run-Yds-TD, Lg. Montana 3-6-0, 5 Buffalo 10-28-0, 8 Arkansas 0-0-0 2012 Opp. vs. NC State Ga. State Florida Akron at Georgia at Miss State

U-A-T, Other DNP 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1

2012 Opp. Alabama at So.Carolina Troy Missouri at Vanderbilt Kentucky

U-A-T, Other 0-0-0 2-0-2 8-2-10, 1-2 tfl, 2 pd 7-4-11 3-2-5, pd 8-3-11, 1-2 tfl

PATRICK TOOLE

PLACEKICKER

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R-SOPHOMORE • TR • 5-10 • 174 WALKILL, N.Y. • WALKILL H.S. • TEMPLE • ERIE C.C. 2012 - R-FRESHMAN (AT ERIE C.C.)

• Attended Erie Community College in Buffalo, N.Y. • Did not participate in football

2011 - FRESHMAN (AT TEMPLE) • Redshirt season at Temple University • Did not play in any games

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HIGH SCHOOL

• Three-year letterwinner at placekicker and punter at Wallkill HS • 2010 second-team All-State selection • First-team Mid-Hudson Athletic League kicker and secondteam All-Section kicker • Tied the school record for longest field goal with a 47-yarder • Recorded the most touchbacks in a season and career in school history


PERSONAL

• Full Name: Patrick Adam Toole • Born: May 4, 1993 in Newburgh, N.Y. • Son of Violet and Stephen Toole • Majoring in Recreation/Sport Management

COREY VEREEN LINEBACKER

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Freshman • HS • 6-2 • 248 Winter Garden, Fla. • West Orange H.S. HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 3-star (No. 61 overall player in the state of Florida) • Scout: 3-star (No. 65 LB prospect) • ESPN: 4-star (No. 21 overall linebacker) • Recorded 31 sacks over his final two seasons at West Orange High School • Was named to the Orlando Sun Sentinel’s 2011 All-Central Florida Defensive Team after making 59 tackles, including 14 for a loss, and setting a school-record with 16 sacks during his junior season • Ranked No. 3 in the Orlando Sun Sentinel’s Central Florida Super60

• Added 15 more sacks as a senior • Played in the Central Florida All-Star Game and FACA North-South All-Star Game • Coach at West Orange High School: Chip Petree

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Corey Allen Vereen • Born: June 15, 1995 • Son of Danny and Sharon Vereen • Brother of Danny, Brandon and Chris • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

KENDAL VICKERS DEFENSIVE LINE

GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

• Played in the 2011 New York State High School Classic • Also a four-year letterwinner in sorer and three-year letterwinner in tennis • 2010 and 2009 second-team All-Section honoree in soccer • Football coach at Walkill: Brian Vegliando

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Freshman • HS • 6-3 • 240 HAVELOCK, N.C. • HAVELOCK H.S. HIGH SCHOOL

• Rated 3-star by Rivals • Rated a 3-star by the 247Sports Composite (No. 84 WeakSide Defensive End and No. 52 best player from N. Carolina) • Rated 2-star by Scout (No. 195 DE prospect) • Rated 2-star by ESPN (No. 123 overall defensive end, No. 60 best player from N. Carolina) • Three-year letterwinner and 2012 captain at Havelock High School helping his team to back-to-back 3-A State Championship titles in his junior (16-0) and senior (15-1) seasons • Named All-State in his senior season, All-Conference in his

junior and senior seasons and All-Area in each of his varsity seasons • Named a NCHSAA AAA Scholar-Athlete during his senior season • Coach at Havelock High School: Jim Bryant

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Kendal Bryant Vickers • Born: May 23, 1995 • Son of Lloyd and Cynthia Vickers • Majoring in Communication Studies

MARLON WALLS DEFENSIVE LINE

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R-SENIOR • 3L • 6-2 • 272 Olive Branch, Miss. • Olive Branch H.S. • Hargrave Mil. Academy (Va.) 2012 - R-JUNIOR

• Games/Start: 12/1 • Backup defensive end in fourth year in the program • Played in all 12 games with a start, making 13 tackles • Season-best five tackles vs. Missouri (11/10) • Drew first start of 2012 at #5 Georgia (9/29) • Tied career-high with four tackles vs. Akron (9/22) • Had one tackle in each game this season for two overall

2011 - R-SOPHOMORE

• Games/Starts: 12/4 • Posted 22 tackles along with 3.0 TFLs, a sack • Also had five QB hurries, third-most on team • Two stops in three of the four final games of the season: at Kentucky (11/26) vs. Vanderbilt (11/19) and MTSU (11/5) • Tied career high with four tackles vs. #14 South Carolina (10/29) utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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PLAYERS • Had 0.5 TFL at #2 Alabama (10/22), coming off the bench • Made a TFL vs. #1 LSU (10/15) along with QB hurry • Two tackles vs. Georgia (10/8) in third start in row • First career sack for six yards vs. Buffalo (10/1) • First career start in place of ailing Ben Martin at #16 Florida (9/17), made two tackles • Career-high four tackles vs. Montana (9/3) in return from redshirt season in 2010

2010 - SOPHOMORE

• 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 Chick-fil-A Bowl against Virginia Tech • Made first two tackles of collegiate career against Memphis

HIGH SCHOOL

• 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

 CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 2009 7/0 2 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 2-Mem 2010 Injured-Redshirt Season 2011 12/4 12 10 22 1-6 3-9 0 0 5 0-0 4-2x 2012 12/1 5 8 13 0-0 1-1 0 0 2 0-0 5-Mizz Totals 31/5 19 18 37 1-6 4-10 0 0 7 0-0 5-Mizz

 CAREER HIGHS Tackles Sacks

5 vs. Missouri, 11/10/12 1 vs. Buffalo, 10/1/11

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 AllStar Classic • As a senior in 2007 at Olive Branch high school, set a 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 • 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 Oliver Branch: Scott Samsel

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Marlon Lee Walls • Born: April 9, 1990 in Memphis • Son of Melissa Walls • Majoring in Sociology

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2011 Opp. Other Opp. Defense GP/GS U-A-T, UT AT TT Sack 2012 TFL FF FR U-A-T, QH Other Int High Tk Montana 7/0 2-2-4, tfl 0-0 vs. NC State 0-1-1 0-0 2-Mem 2009 2 0.5-1 0 2 0-0 0 0 0 Cincinnati 1-0-1 Ga. State 2010 Injured-Redshirt Season0-1-1, qh at Florida 12/4 12 10 22 2-0-2 Florida 0-0-0 0-0 4-2x 2011 1-6 3-9 0 0 5 Buffalo 19/4 1-0-1, 1-6 tfl Akron 1-3-4 Totals 14 1-6 10 sk,24 1-6 3-9 0 0 5 0-0 4-2x Georgia 2-0-2 at Georgia 0-1-1 LSU 1-0-1, 1-1 tfl, qh at Miss State 0-0-0 at Alabama 0-1-1, 0.5-1 tfl Alabama 0-0-0 South Carolina 3-1-4, qh at S.Carolina 0-0-0 MTSU 0-2-2 Troy 0-0-0 at Arkansas 0-0-0 Missouri 3-2-5 Vanderbilt 0-2-2, qh at Vanderbilt 1-0-1, 1-1 tfl at Kentucky 0-2-2 Kentucky 0-0-0, pd

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R-JUNIOR • SQ • 6-1 • 183 Oneida, Tenn. • Oneida H.S. Honors

• Squad team member

• 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

2010 - Freshman

PERSONAL

• 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll • 2011 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2012 - R-Sophomore • Squad team member

2011 - R-Freshman

• Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

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• Full name: Dylan Hunter West • Born: April 15, 1991 • Son of Lisa and Greg West • Graduated with a degree in Psychology in Spring 2013, looks to attend medical school after football


OFFENSIVE LINE

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Freshman • HS • 6-3 • 308 CINCINNATI, OHIO • COLERAIN H.S. HIGH SCHOOL

• Rated 3-star by Rivals (No. 36 offensive guard, No. 47 prospect in Ohio) • Rated 3-star by 247Sports (No. 42 prospect in Ohio, No. 70 offensive tackle) • Rated 3-star by ESPN (No. 37 prospect in Ohio, No. 46 offensive guard) • Rated 3-star by Scout (No. 73 offensive guard) • Honored as the “Joe Quinn That’s Our Boy” winner from Ohio at the National Football Foundation “That’s My Boy” award banquet • Named Associated Press Division I first-team as a senior • A three-year starter for the Cardinals helping his team to three straight Greater Miami (Ohio) Conference titles

• Compiled a 33-4 overall record and a perfect 21-0 conference record in his three years • Helped Colerain High School of Cincinnati to a 12-1 record and perfect 7-0 mark in conference play • First-team all-district and first-team all-Greater Miami Conference as a junior and senior • Coach at Colerain High School: Tom Bolden

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Dylan Paul Wiesman • Pronunciation: WISE-muhn • Born: March 21, 1995 • Son of Paul and Sharon Wiesman • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

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JUNIOR • 2L • 6-5 • 260 Gainesville, Fla. • Gainesville H.S. 2012 - Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 10/5 • After serving as backup JACK linebacker, moved into starting role with Alabama game • Played 10 games with five starts, posting 17 tackles in 2012 • Career-high five tackles, including career-best three TFLs and third-career sack vs. Kentucky (11/24) • Second career sack for a loss of six yards vs. Missouri (11/10) • In first career start at #17 South Carolina (10/27), made two tackles • Saw sigificant playing time at JACK vs. #1 Alabama (10/20), making two tackles • Equalled career total for tackles against Georgia State (9/8) with four stops • Earned the John Stucky Off-Season Award as the player who demonstrated the best physical and mental conditioning during the offseason

2011 - Freshman

• Games/Starts: 9/0 • Played in nine games with four tackles and a sack • Fourth tackle of season at #8 Arkansas (11/12) • Second career tackle vs. #14 South Carolina (10/29) • Made college debut as one of 16 true freshmen to play in 2011, vs. Buffalo (10/1) • First career tackle was a 6-yard sack vs. Buffalo (10/1)

HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 3-star (No. 42 overall strongside defensive end, No. 80 overall prospect in Florida) • Scout: 3-star (No. 45 overall defensive end) • ESPN: 3-star (No. 61 overall defensive end) • Named to the Gainesville Sun’s Super 11 team • Selected to the Gainesville Sun’s 2010 Class 5A-AA First Team

• 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 • Helped team to 11-2 record as a senior • High school teammate of Trevarris Saulsberry • Coach at Gainesville: Ryan Smith

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Jordan Cornell Williams • Born: March 23, 1993 in Gainesville, Florida • Son of Keith Angela Williams • Father, Keith, played on Florida’s defensive line in the 1980s • Sister, Janine, played volleyball at Florida • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2011 Opp. Other Opp. Defense GP/GS U-A-T, UT AT TT Sack 2012 TFL FF FR U-A-T, QH Other Int High Tk Montana 7/0 DNP vs. NC State DNP 0-0 2-Mem 2009 2 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 Cincinnati DNP Ga. State 2010 Injured-Redshirt Season2-2-4 at Florida 12/4 12 10 22 DNP Florida 0-0-0 0-0 4-2x 2011 1-6 3-9 0 0 5 Buffalo 19/4 1-0-1, 1-6 tfl Akron 0-0-0 Totals 14 1-6 10 sk, 24 1-6 3-9 0 0 5 0-0 4-2x Georgia 0-0-0 at Georgia 0-0-0 LSU 0-0-0 at Miss State 0-0-0 at Alabama 0-0-0 Alabama 0-2-2 South Carolina 1-0-1 at So. Carolina 2-0-2 MTSU 0-1-1 Troy 1-0-1 at Arkansas 1-0-1 Missouri 2-0-2, 1-6 sk, 1-6 tfl Vanderbilt 0-0-0 at Vanderbilt 0-0-0 at Kentucky 0-0-0 Kentucky 5-0-5. 1-8 sk, 3-11 tfl utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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 CAREER HIGHS

Defense GP/GS UT AT TT Sack TFL FF FR PD Int High Tk 2011 9/0 3 1 4 1-6 1-6 0 0 0 0-0 1-3x 2012 10/5 12 5 17 2-14 4-17 0 0 0 0-0 5-UK Totals 19/5 15 6 21 3-20 5-23 0 0 0 0-0 5-UK

Tackles Tackles For Loss Sacks

5 vs. Kentucky, 11/24/12 3 vs. Kentucky, 11/24/12 1, three times, last vs. Kentucky, 11/24/12

Michael Williams DEFENSIVE BACK

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R-Freshman • HS • 5-11 • 171 LAUREL, MD. • DeMatha Catholic H.S. 2012-13 Track & Field

• Finished third in his heat in the 400m at the SEC Championships, completing the race in 49.81 • Was UT’s sole representative in the 400m at the Kentucky Invitational, finishing 6th in 49.43 • Anchored the 4x400mR in Lexington, bringing the baton across the line in 3:15.99 to win the race • Scored at SEC Indoors with UT’s 4x400m relay • Anchored UT’s 4x4 to sixth place at SEC Indoors, helping the group produce a time of 3:11.29

HIGH SCHOOL

• Originally signed National Letter of Intent to play football at

Maryland, but was granted release to run track at UT • Played football and starred in track and field at DeMatha Catholic High School • Ranked No. 30 in the SuperPrep’s Mid-Atlantic 49 • Football coach at DeMatha Catholic High School: Bill McGregor

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Michael Forna Williams • Born March 8, 1993 • Son of Mohammed Forna • Brother Madieu Williams plays in the NFL with Redskins • Majoring in Arts & Sciences

JUSTIN WORLEY QUARTERBACK

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Junior • 2L • 6-4 • 222 Rock Hill, S.C. • Northwestern H.S. Honors

• 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2012 - Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 5/0 • Served as the backup quarterback to Tyler Bray in 2012 • Played in five games in 2012, completing 15-of-23 passes for 134 yards • Saw most action of season at Vanderbilt (11/17), completing 8-of-11 for 51 yards • In late duty vs. #1 Alabama (10/20), completed 3-of-4 for 19 yards • In 2012 debut vs. Georgia State (9/8), threw for 64 yards on 4-of-8 with one interception

2011 - Freshman

• Games/Starts: 4/3 • Started three games (Oct. 29-Nov. 12), throwing for 604 yards on 48-of-87 with a touchdown and three interceptions • Threw for 208 yards on 15-of-29 at #8 Arkansas playing first three quarters • Won first college game vs. MTSU (11/5) throwing for careerhigh 291 yards on 23-of-32 with first-career TD pass (47 yards to Da’Rick Rogers) 100

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• Made first career college start at quarterback vs. #14 South Carolina (10/29) throwing for 105 yards on 10-of-26 passing • Moved to No. 2 quarterback after thumb injury to starter Tyler Bray, suffered vs. Georgia (10/8) • Made college debut at #2 Alabama (10/22), did not throw a pass, playing late in the fourth quarter • Enrolled in classes in January and participated in spring workouts

HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 3-star (No. 30 overall pro-style quarterback, No. 19 overall prospect in South Carolina) • Scout: 3-star (No. 37 overall quarterback) • ESPN: 3-star (No. 18 overall quarterback) • As a senior in 2010, earned Gatorade National Player of the Year accolades, becoming the first ever player from South Carolina to earn the honors in any sport • Finalist for the Gatorade Male High School Athlete of the Year award • 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 in 2010 and junior in 2009


PERSONAL

• Full Name: Justin Scott Worley • Born: November 20, 1992 • Son of Peyton and Angela Worley • Majoring in Recreation and Sport Management

 CAREER STATISTICS Passing 2011 2012 Totals

GP/GS Com Att TD Int Yds Per/G Long High Yd 4/3 48 87 1 3 604 151.0 50-Ark 291-MT 5/0 15 23 0 2 134 26.8 19-GSU 64-GSU 9/3 63 110 1 5 738 82.0 50-Ark 64-GSU

 CAREER HIGHS Completions Attempts Yards Touchdowns Longest Completion

23 vs. Middle Tennessee, 11/5/11 32 vs. Middle Tennessee, 11/5/11 291 vs. Middle Tennessee, 11/5/11 1 vs. Middle Tennessee, 11/5/11 50 at Arkansas, 11/12/11

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2011 Comp Att TD INT Pct. Yards Long Alabama 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 South Carolina 10 26 0 2 38.4 105 26 Middle Tennessee 23 32 1 0 71.9 291 47 at Arkansas 15 29 0 1 51.7 208 50 2012 Opp. Comp Att TD INT Pct. Yards Long Georgia State 4 8 0 1 50.0 64 19 Akron 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Alabama 3 4 0 0 75.0 19 15 at Vanderbilt 8 11 0 1 72.7 51 17 Kentucky 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

DEVRIN YOUNG

Wide Receiver/KICK RETURNER

GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

• Honored as the National Sophomore of the Year in 2008 by MaxPreps • 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 429-590 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 • Won Class AAAA, Division II State Championship as a senior in 2010 against Greenwood High School to cap a 15-0 record • Led team to state championship game in 2008 against South Pointe High School • Also a standout in basketball and baseball at Northwestern • Coach at Northwestern: Jimmy Wallace

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JUNIOR • 2L • 5-8 • 171 Knoxville, Tenn. • Bearden H.S. 2012 - Sophomore

• Games/Starts: 10/0 • Seeing time in tailback role, earned backup spot in preseason camp, also serving as team’s primary return man • Ranks 10th in career kickoff return yards with 770 in just 19 games; Next on the list are #9 Carl Pickens (777) and #8 Anthony Morgan (862) • Compiled 446 all-purpose yards in 2012 (155 punt return, 142 kickoff return, 140 rushing and 9 receiving) • Returned one punt for 10 yards in finale vs. Kentucky (11/24) • Did not travel to Vanderbilt (11/17) due to personal reasons • Returned two kicks for 21 yards vs. Missouri (11/10) in return • Carried five times for 21 yards vs. #1 Alabama (10/20) • Career-best rushing day with 58 yards on 13 carries at #19 Miss State (10/13) • Then career-high 46 rushing yards along with two catches for 11 yards and four punt returns for 46 yards vs. Georgia State (9/8) for total of 103 all-purpose yards • Began 2012 with two carries, a catch for four yards and 45 kickoff return yards vs. NC State (8/31) • Harvey Robinson Award as the Offensive Surprise of Spring

2011 - Freshman

• Games/Starts: 9/1 • In nine games, finished third on team in all-purpose yards with 756 and second best on team at 84.0 per game • Had 27 kickoff returns for 628 yards along with eight punt returns for 94 yards • Averaged 69.8 kickoff return yards per game and 23.3 yards per return (ninth in SEC) • Total of 628 kickoff yards, ranked fifth-most in a singleseason in UT history • Mark of 27 kickoff returns, tied for fourth-most in a singleseason in UT history • Also has six carries for nine yards and three catches for 25 yards in 2011 • Finished year with 36 kickoff return yards on two returns at Kentucky (11/26) • Had two kickoff returns for 34 yards vs. Vanderbilt (11/19) • Returned four kickoffs for 62 yards at #8 Arkansas (11/12) • Gained 63 all-purpose yards vs. MTSU (11/5) with 39 on kickoff returns, 19 on punt returns, three rushing and two receiving • Returned two kicks for 63 yards vs. #14 So. Carolina (10/29) • Second consecutive 100-yard kickoff game with exactly

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PLAYERS 100 yards at #2 Alabama. Also returned a punt for 11 yards, caught a pass for two yards and rushed once for six yards for 119 all-purpose yards • Had career-high 135 kickoff return yards vs. #1 LSU (10/15) including career-long 60-yarder, the longest by a Vol since Da’Rick Rogers vs. Kentucky (11/27/10). Also made firstcareer catch vs. LSU for 21 yards • Made debut vs. Buffalo (10/1) to be one of 15 true freshmen to play in 2011 after missing first three games recovering from a broken collarbone • In first college game, returned punts and kickoffs and saw time in the slot on offense. Returned first punt for 43 yards and brought back two kickoffs for 51 yards vs. Buffalo (10/1) • Punt return of 43 yards vs. Buffalo was longest by a UT player since Dennis Rogan had a 45-yard return in 2007 • Suffered fractured right collarbone in late July

HIGH SCHOOL

• Rivals: 3-star (No. 25 overall prospect in Tennessee) • Scout: 3-star (No. 118 overall running back) • ESPN: 2-star (No. 134 overall running back) • 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, 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 • 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 • 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 • 2010 Football Captain at Bearden • Finished second in the 100-meter dash at the 2010 Class AAA Tennessee state track and field meet • Coach at Bearden: Brad Taylor

PERSONAL

• Full Name: Devrin Dominique Young • Born: February 2, 1993 in Knoxville • Son of Danyel Young • Majoring in Communications

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 CAREER STATISTICS Rushing 2011 2012 Totals

GP/GS No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 9/1 6 9 1.5 1.0 0 6-2x 6-2x 10/0 33 140 4.2 14.0 0 30-GSU 58-MSU 19/1 39 149 3.8 7.8 0 30-GSU 58-MSU

Receiving 2011 2012 Totals

GP/GS No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 9/1 3 25 8.3 2.8 0 21-LSU 21-LSU 10/0 5 9 1.8 0.9 0 8-GSU 11-GSU 19/1 8 34 4.3 1.8 0 21-LSU 21-LSU

Punt Returns 2011 2012 Totals

GP No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 9 8 94 11.8 10.4 0 43-Buf 43-Buf 10 16 155 9.7 15.5 0 35-GSU 46-GSU 19 24 249 10.4 13.1 0 43-Buf 46-GSU

Kickoff Returns GP No Yds Avg Per/G TD Long High Yd 2011 9 27 628 23.3 69.8 0 60-LSU 135-LSU 2012 10 8 142 17.8 14.2 0 35-NCS 45-NCS Totals 19 35 770 22.0 40.5 0 60-LSU 135-LSU

 CAREER HIGHS Rushes Rushing Yards Receiving Punt Return Punt Return Yards Kickoff Return Kickoff Return Yards

13 at Mississippi State, 10/13/12 58 at Misssissippi State, 10/13/12 21 vs. LSU, 10/15/11 4 vs. Georgia State, 9/8/12 46 vs. Georgia State, 9/8/12 5 vs. LSU, 10/15/11 135 vs. LSU, 10/15/11

 CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2011 Opp. Rec-Yds-TD, Lg Buffalo 0-0-0 Georgia 0-0-0 LSU 1-21-0, 21 at Alabama 1-2-0, 2 South Carolina 0-0-0 MTSU 1-2-0, 2 at Arkansas 0-0-0 Vanderbilt 0-0-0 at Kentucky 0-0-0 2012 Opp. Rush-Yds-TD, Lg NC State 2- (-2)-0, 0 Ga. State 8-46-0, 30 Florida 0-0-0 Akron 0-0-0 at Georgia 3-14-0, 12 at Miss State 13-58-0, 10 Alabama 5-21-0, 7 at S.Carolina 2-3-0, 2 Troy DNP-INJ Missouri 0-0-0 at Vanderbilt DNP Kentucky 0-0-0

PR-Yds-TD, Lg 1-43-0, 43 2-19-0, 20 0-0-0 1-11-0, 11 0-0-0 3-19-0, 16 1- -1-0, -1 1-2-0, 2 0-0-0

KR-Yds-TD, Lg 2-51-0, 34 4-108-0, 50 5-135-0, 60 5-100-0, 25 2-63-0, 38 1-39-0, 39 4-62-0, 24 2-34-0, 18 2-36-0, 21

Rec-Yds-TD, Lg 1-4-0, 4 2-11-0, 8 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2- (-6)-0, 0 0-0-0

PR-Yds-TD, Lg 1-5-0, 5 4-46-0, 35 1-8-0, 8 3-45-0, 18 1-5-0, 5 1- (-1)-0, -1 1-13-0, 13 1-3-0, 3

KR-Yds-TD, Lg 2-45-0, 35 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-25-0, 15 5-55-0, 22 1-17-0, 17 0-0-0 0-0-0

0-0-0

2-21-0, 13

0-0-0

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TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS (5-7, 1-7 SEC) 2012 SEASON REVIEW

VOLUNTEER STAT LEADERS

THE BASICS

Rushing Passing Receiving Defensive

Record: 5-7 (1-7 SEC)

The 2012 Tennessee football team featured one of the most explosive offenses in school history and a defense full of promising young players, providing plenty of hope as Butch Jones prepares for his first season at the helm of the Volunteer program. The Big Orange scored 434 points last season, tying for the fourth-highest total in school history, while producing 6,109 yards of total offense, second all-time at UT. Five of the seven Vols to earn postseason honors came from the offensive side of the line. In his first and only year as a Vol, Cordarrelle Patterson proved he belonged on the big stage, becoming the most prolific all-purpose athlete in school history. In 12 games, Patterson racked up 1,873 all-purpose yards to break Reggie Cobb’s 25-year old record (1,721). He also finished the year first in the conference and second in the country with 18.8 all-purpose yards/play. Hunter posted historic numbers as well, despite coming back from an ACL tear that forced him to miss most of the 2011 season. In his return, the Virginia Beach, Va., native caught 73 passes for

Rajion Neal - 156 att., 708 yds., 5 TD Tyler Bray - 268-451, 3612 yds., 34 TD/12 INT Justin Hunter - 73 rec., 1038 yds., 9 TD A.J. Johnson - 138 tkls, 8.5 TFL, 1 SACK

1,083 yards and nine touchdowns. His 73 grabs rank as the secondmost in a single season by a Tennessee player, while his yardage total was good for the third-most ever. Helping junior quarterback Tyler Bray sling the ball around to those two receivers and All-SEC First Team tight end Mychal Rivera was one of the best offensive lines ever assembled at Rocky Top. The UT front line allowed just eight sacks all season with All-SEC second team selections Antonio Richardson and Dallas Thomas leading the push and providing plenty of time for Bray and company to carve up opposing defenses. Defensively, a solid corps of young players guided the team’s efforts with sophomore linebacker A.J. Johnson at the front of the class, earning All-SEC Second Team accolades after tallying a league-best 138 tackles. First-year Vol defensive back LaDarrell McNeil also stood out, being tabbed to the All-SEC Freshman Team after becoming the first true freshman to start a game for UT in 2012 and finishing with 58 tackles, good for fifth on the team.

2012 SCHEDULE & RESULTS Date

Opponent

Site

Aug. 31 W. 32-21

NC STATE (7-6) Wolfpack

Atlanta, Ga. ESPNU 7:00 ET Neyland Stadium

Sept. 9 W, 51-13

GEORGIA STATE (1-10) Knoxville PPV 4:00 ET Panthers Neyland Stadium

51 points was the second highest during the Dooley era; Hunter tied UT record for TDs (3)

Sept. 15 L, 37-20

#9/10 FLORIDA (11-2) Gators

Knoxville ESPN 6:00 ET Neyland Stadium

Vols lose eighth in a row to UF; Gators score game’s final 24 points to win.

Sept. 22 W, 47-26

AKRON (1-11) Bulls

Knoxville CSS 7:30 ET Neyland Stadium

Vols tally 633 yds. total offense in win; Bray throws for 401 yds., four TDs.

Sept. 29 at #5/4 Georgia (12-2) Athens, Ga. L, 51-44 Bulldogs

TV Time NoteS Snapped a six-game losing streak in Ga. Dome Patterson scores 2 TDs in Vols debut

CBS 3:30 ET Second-half rally for UT falls short; Sanford Stadium Vols post 478 yards of offense in loss

Oct. 13 L, 41-31

at Mississippi State (8-5) Starkville, Miss. CBS 9:00 p.m. Vols rush for 200-plus yards in loss; Bulldogs David Wade Stadium Patterson KR for TD first for UT since 02

Oct. 20 L, 44-13

#1/1 ALABAMA (13-1) Crimson Tide

Oct. 27 L, 38-35

at #8/7 S. CAROLINA (11-2) Columbia, S.C. ESPN 12:00 ET Gamecocks Williams-Brice Stadium

UT 4th qtr. comeback falls short; Bray 4 TD passes; Rogers 3 TD catches

Nov. 3 W, 55-48

TROY (HC) (5-7) Trojans

Knoxville FSN 12:00 ET Neyland Stadium

Vols set total offense record (718); Bray 5 TD, UT-record 530 yds passing.

Nov. 10 L, 51-48 4OT

MISSOURI (5-7) Tigers

Knoxville SEC 12:21 ET Neyland Stadium

Vols fall in four overtimes to Mizzou; Bray 4 TD passes, 404 yds passing

Nov. 17 L, 41-18

at #23/20 Vanderbilt (9-4) Nashville ESPN2 7:00 ET Commodores Vanderbilt Stadium

First loss to VU in Nashville since ‘82; Vols outscored 28-8 in second half

Nov. 24 W, 37-17

12:21 ET KENTUCKY (2-10) Knoxville SEC Wildcats Neyland Stadium

Vols win for 27th time in 28 games vs. UK; Home win streak over UK extends to 14

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Knoxville ESPN 7:00 ET Neyland Stadium

Vols lose 6th in a row to Crimson Tide; A.J. Johnson produces 14 tackles, rushing TD


 Team Statistics UT OPP SCORING 434 428 Points Per Game 36.2 35.7 FIRST DOWNS 289 268 Rushing 94 101 Passing 178 149 Penalty 17 18 RUSHING YARDAGE 1924 2267 Yards gained rushing 2088 2581 Yards lost rushing 164 314 Rushing Attempts 413 477 Average Per Rush 4.7 4.8 Average Per Game 160.3 188.9 TDs Rushing 18 25 PASSING YARDAGE 3787 3390 Comp-Att-Int 285-477-14 272-446-12 Average Per Pass 7.9 7.6 Average Per Catch 13.3 12.5 Average Per Game 315.6 282.5 TDs Passing 35 26 TOTAL OFFENSE 5711 5657 Total Plays 890 923 Average Per Play 6.4 6.1 Average Per Game 475.9 471.4 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 51-1046 46-949 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 22-261 16-133 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 12-113 14-138 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 20.5 20.6 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 11.9 8.3 INT RETURN AVERAGE 9.4 9.9 FUMBLES-LOST 15-8 19-5 PENALTIES-Yards 81-615 63-512 Average Per Game 51.2 42.7 PUNTS-Yards 56-2278 60-2646 Average Per Punt 40.7 44.1 Net punt average 37.2 39.4 KICKOFFS-Yards 78-4810 79-4498 Average Per Kick 61.7 56.9 Net kick average 51.9 36.1 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 26:58 33:02 3RD-DOWN Conversions 62/166 73/191 3rd-Down Pct 37% 38% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 9/19 15/26 4th-Down Pct 47% 58% SACKS BY-Yards 17-145 8-58 MISC YARDS 0 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 56 53 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 15-19 20-25 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-1 1-1 (51-59) 86% (43-47) 91% RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (36-59) 61% (27-47) 57% PAT-ATTEMPTS (49-54) 91% (46-50) 92% ATTENDANCE 629752 271177 Games/Avg Per Game 7/89965 4/67794 Neutral Site Games 1/55529

 Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Tennessee 115 122 84 93 20 434 Opponents 99 126 100 80 23 4281

 Rushing

Name GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Lng Avg/G Rajion Neal 10 156 741 33 708 4.5 5 29 70.8 Marlin Lane 12 120 679 21 658 5.5 2 45 54.8 C. Patterson 12 25 323 15 308 12.3 3 67 25.7 Devrin Young 10 33 142 2 140 4.2 0 30 14.0 Q. Watson 6 23 73 7 66 2.9 1 15 11.0 Pig Howard 10 14 51 7 44 3.1 0 16 4.4 A.J. Johnson 12 12 21 0 21 1.8 6 4 1.8 Justin King 8 2 18 0 18 9.0 0 18 2.2 Ben Bartholomew 12 2 10 0 10 5.0 0 7 0.8 Tyler Drummer 11 1 5 0 5 5.0 1 5 0.5 TEAM 6 10 0 20 -20 -2.0 0 0 -3.3 Tyler Bray 12 15 25 59 -34 -2.3 0 9 -2.8 Total 12 413 2088 164 1924 4.7 18 67 160.3 Opponents 12 477 2581 314 2267 4.8 25 80 188.9

 Passing

Name Tyler Bray Justin Worley Michael Palardy C.Patterson Pig Howard Total Opponents

GP Effic C-A-I 12 146.25 268-451-12 5 96.77 15-23-2 12 0.00 0-1-0 12 335.20 1-1-0 10 539.20 1-1-0 12 144.78 285-477-14 12 138.69 272-446-12

 Receiving

Name Justin Hunter Cordarrelle Patterson Mychal Rivera Zach Rogers Marlin Lane Rajion Neal Pig Howard Ben Bartholomew Vincent Dallas Jacob Carter Devrin Young Brendan Downs Quenshaun Watson Total Opponents

Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G 59.4 3612 34 72 301.0 65.2 134 0 19 26.8 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 100.0 28 0 28 2.3 100.0 13 1 13 1.3 59.7 3787 35 72 315.6 61.0 3390 26 75 282.5

GP Rec Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G 12 73 1083 14.8 9 46 90.2 12 46 778 16.9 5 58 64.8 12 36 562 15.6 5 62 46.8 12 32 491 15.3 7 72 40.9 12 29 228 7.9 0 35 19.0 10 19 149 7.8 4 23 14.9 10 13 54 4.2 1 16 5.4 12 11 102 9.3 1 13 8.5 12 9 149 16.6 1 61 12.4 11 8 126 15.8 1 24 11.5 10 5 9 1.8 0 8 0.9 10 3 39 13.0 1 18 3.9 6 1 17 17.0 0 17 2.8 12 285 3787 13.3 35 72 315.6 12 272 3390 12.5 26 75 282.5

GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

 2012 FINAL STATISTICS

 Interceptions

Name Byron Moore Prentiss Waggner Eric Gordon Geraldo Orta Marsalis Teague Herman Lathers Total Opponents

Int Yds Avg TD Long 5 88 17.6 1 35 2 8 4.0 0 8 2 12 6.0 0 12 1 4 4.0 0 4 1 0 0.0 0 0 1 1 1.0 0 1 12 113 9.4 1 35 14 138 9.9 1 44

 Punt Returns

Name Devrin Young Cordarrelle Patterson Justin Hunter Total Opponents

Ret Yds Avg TD 16 155 9.7 0 4 101 25.2 1 2 5 2.5 0 22 261 11.9 1 16 133 8.3 0

 Kickoff Returns

Name Cordarrelle Patterson Devrin Young Channing Fugate John Propst Ben Bartholomew Mychal Rivera Marlin Lane Pig Howard Christian Harris Daniel Hood Jacob Carter Total Opponents

Ret Yds Avg TD 24 671 28.0 1 8 142 17.8 0 5 70 14.0 0 4 44 11.0 0 2 18 9.0 0 2 7 3.5 0 2 32 16.0 0 1 31 31.0 0 1 -2 -2.0 0 1 18 18.0 0 1 15 15.0 0 51 1046 20.5 1 46 949 20.6 1

Long 35 81 9 81 32 Long 98 35 17 12 18 4 18 31 0 18 15 98 87

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„ BY THE NUMBERS

 Fumble Returns

Name LaDarrell McNeil Total Opponents

 Punting Name Michael Palardy Matt Darr Tyler Bray TEAM Total Opponents

 Kickoffs Name Michael Palardy Derrick Brodus Total Opponents

Ret Yds Avg TD Long 1 33 33.0 0 33 1 33 33.0 0 33 0 0 0.0 0 0

Punts 36 16 3 1 56 60

Yds Avg Lg TB FC I20 Blkd 1551 43.1 66 1 10 16 0 624 39.0 53 1 4 6 0 102 34.0 41 1 0 1 0 1 1.0 1 0 0 0 1 2278 40.7 66 3 14 23 1 2646 44.1 66 1 21 15 1

KO 76 2 78 79

YDS 4685 125 4810 4498

AVG 61.6 62.5 61.7 56.9

TB 25 0 25 24

OB RET NET YD LN 5 0 5 949 41.5 23 4 1046 36.1 28

 Field Goals

Field Goal Sequence By Player Name M-A Pct. Michael Palardy 9-12 75.0 Derrick Brodus 6-7 85.7

1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Lg Blk 0-0 4-4 5-7 0-1 0-0 38 0 0-0 4-5 2-2 0-0 0-0 37 0

 Field Goal Sequence By Game vs. NC State Georgia State Florida Akron at Georgia at Mississippi State Alabama South Carolina Troy Missouri Vanderbilt Kentucky Arkansas Vanderbilt Kentucky

Tennessee Opponents (20),(34) 39 39,(25) (32),(30) - (20),(25),(49) (37),(23),(22),(28) (45),(32),(37),(37) (34),28 (50) (38) (31),(24),38 (32),(21) 44,(34),45 - (36) 39,(21),(31) (37),(42) 43 (35) (28) (19),(27) (33) 36,(29) - 40 - 44, 34 46 (24)

 RED ZONE STATS

2

» Cordarrelle Patterson is just the second player in Tennessee history to score a TD four different ways, joining Carl Pickens (1989-91).

3

» UT QB Tyler Bray is just the 3rd player in school history to throw for more than 3,000 yards in a season, joining Peyton Manning and Erik Ainge.

8

» The UT offensive line allowed just eight sacks all season, almost half as many as any other team in the SEC. Mississippi State is second with 13.

10

» Tennessee’s 10 overtime victories in school history rank second among all NCAA D-I teams, behind only Missouri which has 11.

36.2 138

» The Vols averaged 36.2 points per game in 2012, good for fourth in the SEC and 26th among all NCAA D-I teams. » UT sophomore LB AJ Johnson recorded an SEC-best 138 tackles in 2012., good for an average of 11.5 tackles per game.

 Tennessee Inside Opponent Red-Zone

Times Times Total Rush Pass FGs ---- Failed to score inside RZ --Date Opponent Score In RZ Scored Pts TDs TDs TDs Made FGA Downs Int Fumb Half Game Sept 3 NC State W, 35-21 4 3 13 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 Sep 8 Georgia State W, 51-13 8 7 44 6 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 *Sep 15 Florida L, 20-37 3 3 20 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sep 22 Akron W, 47-26 8 8 40 4 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 *Sep 29 at Georgia L, 44-51 6 5 30 4 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 *Oct 13 at Miss. State L, 31-41 4 4 24 3 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 *Oct 20 Alabama L, 13-44 4 3 13 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 *Oct 27 at S. Carolina L, 35-38 3 2 14 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Nov 3 Troy W, 55-48 6 5 27 3 2 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 *Nov 10 Missouri L, 48-51 9 7 48 7 3 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 *Nov 17 at Vanderbilt L, 18-41 2 2 10 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 *Nov 24 Kentucky W, 37-17 2 2 10 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 59 51 293 36 16 20 15 2 1 1 4 0 0 51 of 59 (86.4%)

 Opponent Inside Tennessee Red-Zone

Times Times Total Date Opponent Score In RZ Scored Pts Sept 3 NC State W, 35-21 3 3 21 Sep 08 Georgia State W, 51-13 3 3 13 *Sep 15 Florida L, 20-37 3 3 13 Sep 22 Akron W, 47-26 4 3 9 *Sep 29 at Georgia L, 44-51 3 3 21 *Oct 13 at Miss. State L, 31-41 7 7 41 *Oct 20 Alabama L, 13-44 3 3 16 *Oct 27 at S. Carolina L, 35-38 3 3 17 Nov 3 Troy W, 55-48 4 4 24 *Nov 10 Missouri L, 48-51 4 4 23 *Nov 17 at Vanderbilt L, 18-41 7 5 27 *Nov 24 Kentucky W, 37-17 3 2 10 Totals 47 43 235 43 of 47 (91.5%)

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Rush Pass FGs TDs TDs TDs Made 3 2 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 3 2 1 0 5 2 3 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 3 1 2 1 3 1 2 2 1 0 1 1 27 14 13 16

---- Failed to score inside RZ --FGA Downs Int Fumb Half Game 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0


 All-Purpose

Name Cordarrelle Patterson Justin Hunter Marlin Lane Rajion Neal Mychal Rivera Zach Rogers Devrin Young Vincent Dallas Jacob Carter Ben Bartholomew Pig Howard Byron Moore Quenshaun Watson Channing Fugate John Propst Brendan Downs A.J. Johnson Justin King Daniel Hood Eric Gordon Prentiss Waggner Tyler Drummer Geraldo Orta Herman Lathers Christian Harris TEAM Tyler Bray Total Opponents

GP Rush Rec PR KR IR Tot Avg/G 12 308 778 101 671 0 1858 154.8 12 0 1083 5 0 0 1088 90.7 12 658 228 0 32 0 918 76.5 10 708 149 0 0 0 857 85.7 12 0 562 0 7 0 569 47.4 12 0 491 0 0 0 491 40.9 10 140 9 155 142 0 446 44.6 12 0 149 0 0 0 149 12.4 11 0 126 0 15 0 141 12.8 12 10 102 0 18 0 130 10.8 10 44 54 0 31 0 129 12.9 12 0 0 0 0 88 88 7.3 6 66 17 0 0 0 83 13.8 12 0 0 0 70 0 70 5.8 9 0 0 0 44 0 44 4.9 10 0 39 0 0 0 39 3.9 12 21 0 0 0 0 21 1.8 8 18 0 0 0 0 18 2.2 12 0 0 0 18 0 18 1.5 10 0 0 0 0 12 12 1.2 12 0 0 0 0 8 8 0.7 11 5 0 0 0 0 5 0.5 9 0 0 0 0 4 4 0.4 11 0 0 0 0 1 1 0.1 10 0 0 0 -2 0 -2 -0.2 6 -20 0 0 0 0 -20 -3.3 12 -34 0 0 0 0 -34 -2.8 12 1924 3787 261 1046 113 7131 594.2 12 2267 3390 133 949 138 6877 573.1

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 Scoring

PAT PAT PAT PAT PAT Name TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Pts Michael Palardy 0 9-12 37-40 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 64 Cordarrelle Patterson 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 60 Justin Hunter 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 54 Rajion Neal 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 54 Zach Rogers 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 42 A.J. Johnson 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 Derrick Brodus 0 6-7 12-14 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 Mychal Rivera 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 Marlin Lane 2 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 0-0 0 0 14 Ben Bartholomew 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Quenshaun Watson 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Brendan Downs 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Vincent Dallas 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Jacob Carter 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Tyler Drummer 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Byron Moore 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Pig Howard 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 TEAM 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 2 Tyler Bray 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 0 Total 56 15-19 49-54 1-1 0 0-1 0 1 434 Opponents 53 20-25 46-50 0-0 2 2-3 0 0 428

 Total Offense

Name Tyler Bray Rajion Neal Marlin Lane Cordarrelle Patterson Devrin Young Justin Worley Quenshaun Watson Pig Howard A.J. Johnson Justin King Ben Bartholomew Tyler Drummer TEAM Total Opponents

GP Plays Rush Pass Tot Avg/G 12 466 -34 3612 3578 298.2 10 156 708 0 708 70.8 12 120 658 0 658 54.8 12 26 308 28 336 28.0 10 33 140 0 140 14.0 5 23 0 134 134 26.8 6 23 66 0 66 11.0 10 15 44 13 57 5.7 12 12 21 0 21 1.8 8 2 18 0 18 2.2 12 2 10 0 10 0.8 11 1 5 0 5 0.5 6 10 -20 0 -20 -3.3 12 890 1924 3787 5711 475.9 12 923 2267 3390 5657 471.4 Giveaway Takeaway  Tennessee Giveaway/Takeaway Game Fum Int Tot Fum Int Tot Dif. Giveaway Takeaway Alabama 0 2 2 1 0 1 -1 Game Fum Int Tot Fum Int Tot Dif. at South Carolina 1 1 2 0 1 1 -1 vs. NC State 1 0 1 0 4 4 +3 Troy 1 0 1 0 0 0 -1 Georgia State 1 1 2 1 1 2 Missouri 1 0 1 1 1 2 +1 Florida 0 2 2 0 0 0 -2 at Vanderbilt 0 3 3 0 1 1 -2 Akron 1 1 2 0 3 3 +1 Kentucky 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Georgia 1 3 4 2 1 3 -1 TOTAL 8 14 22 5 12 17 -5 at Mississippi State 1 1 2 0 0 0 -2 utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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REVIEW  Defensive Statistical Leaders

No. Player GP-GS ST AT TT TFL Sacks Int PBU QBH FR-Yds FF Blk Saf 45 A.J. Johnson 12-12 63 75 138 8.5-25 1.0-10 . 1 8 1-0 . . . 3 Byron Moore 12-12 48 38 86 2.0-4 . 5-88 4 1 . . . . 34 Herman Lathers 11-8 40 26 66 5.0-25 2.0-20 1-1 2 1 . 1 . . 27 Justin Coleman 12-9 35 24 59 3.5-25 . . 3 . . . . . 33 LaDarrell McNeil 11-7 33 25 58 . . . 1 . 1-33 1 . . 23 Prentiss Waggner 12-11 31 17 48 2.0-9 . 2-8 4 . . 1 . . 35 Jaron Toney 11-4 30 12 42 2.0-4 . . 3 . . . . . 24 Eric Gordon 10-7 33 8 41 3.5-10 . 2-12 4 . . . . . 98 Daniel McCullers 12-7 20 19 39 5.5-7 1.0-1 . 1 2 . 1 1 . 44 Maurice Couch 12-9 22 16 38 4.0-10 1.0-5 . . 1 . 1 . . 55 Jacques Smith 12-6 18 15 33 7.0-31 2.0-16 . . 8 . . . . 56 Curt Maggitt 9-9 16 14 30 5.0-37 2.0-31 . 1 5 . 2 . . 17 Brent Brewer 12-2 19 8 27 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . 37 Brian Randolph 3-3 17 5 22 1.0-2 . . 2 . . . . . 46 Channing Fugate 12-0 10 8 18 0.5-0 . . . . . . . . 86 Willie Bohannon 11-1 4 14 18 2.5-12 1.0-9 . 1 3 1-0 1 . . 80 Corey Miller 12-2 8 10 18 5.0-16 1.0-6 . 1 2 . . . . 94 Darrington Sentimore 12-9 7 11 18 5.0-36 4.0-33 . 2 6 1-0 . . . 41 Dontavis Sapp 12-2 9 8 17 2.5-10 . . . 2 1-0 . 1 . 54 Jordan Williams 10-5 12 5 17 4.0-17 2.0-14 . . . . . . . 58 Marlon Walls 12-1 5 8 13 1.0-1 . . . 2 . . . . 22 Rod Wilks 12-0 8 5 13 . . . 1 . . . . . 10 Marsalis Teague 7-3 6 3 9 . . 1-0 . . . . . . 97 Daniel Hood 12-1 2 5 7 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . 9 Daniel Gray 8-1 5 1 6 . . . . . . . . . 96 Trevarris Saulsberry 4-0 4 1 5 1.0-1 . . . 1 . . . . 40 Raiques Crump 11-0 2 3 5 . . . . . . . . . 90 Steven Fowlkes 10-1 2 3 5 . . . . 3 . . . . 47 John Propst 9-0 1 2 3 0.5-1 . . 2 . . . . . 26 Geraldo Orta 9-0 1 1 2 . . 1-4 1 . . . . . 53 J.R. Carr 12-0 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 24 Deanthonie Summerhill 1-0 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 84 Cordarrelle Patterson 12-12 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 1 Michael Palardy 12-0 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 64 James Stone 12-12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 11 Justin Hunter 12-12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 13 Naz Oliver 1-0 . 1 1 . . . 1 . . . . . 25 Quenshaun Watson 6-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 14 Justin Worley 5-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 83 Zach Rogers 12-6 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 70 Ja’Wuan James 12-12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 99 Trent Taylor 1-0 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . TM TEAM 6-0 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Total 12-0 525 392 917 73-285 17-145 12-113 35 45 5-33 8 2 1 Opponents 12-0 495 376 871 52.0-185 8-58 14-138 48 29 8-0 9 2 .

 Special Teams Tackle Leaders

Player Channing Fugate Byron Moore A.J. Johnson Rod Wilks LaDarrell McNeil Eric Gordon Raiques Crump Jaron Toney Brent Brewer Brian Randolph Geraldo Orta J.R. Carr Deanthonie Summerhill Michael Palardy Dontavis Sapp Corey Miller Justin Coleman Marsalis Teague TOTALS

Total KO Punt 13 10 3 7 7 0 7 4 3 6 6 0 6 6 0 5 2 3 5 5 0 4 4 0 4 3 1 3 2 1 2 0 2 2 0 2 2 2 0 2 2 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 73 56 17

 Fumbles

Name No.-Lost Devrin Young 4-1 Tyler Bray 3-3 Marlin Lane 2-2 Justin Hunter 2-0 Rajion Neal 1-1 Pig Howard 1-1 Cordarrelle Patterson 1-0 TOTAL 14-8

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 Vols on Opening Offensive Drives Game vs. NC State Georgia State Florida Akron at Georgia at Mississippi State Alabama at South Carolina Troy Missouri at Vanderbilt Kentucky

1st Half 2nd Half Punt Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Punt Touchdown Interception Downs Punt Punt Touchdown Field Goal Punt Punt Punt Touchdown Touchdown Field Goal Fumble Punt Punt Punt Touchdown Touchdown

 Vols on Opening Defensive Series Game vs. NC State Georgia State Florida Akron at Georgia at Mississippi State Alabama at South Carolina Troy Missouri at Vanderbilt Kentucky

1st Half 2nd Half Punt Punt Field Goal Punt Punt Field Goal Interception Interception Touchdown Touchdown Field Goal Punt Punt Missed FG Touchdown Punt Field Goal Touchdown Punt Touchdown Field Goal Touchdown Touchdown Field Goal


 Team Totals Game-by-Game

1st

Rushing

Passing

Total Offense Punts

Fumbles Penalties KO Ret. Punt Ret. Int. Ret. 3rd-Dn

Score Downs (No-Yds-TD) (C-A-I-Yds-TD) (Ply-Yds) No-Avg No-Lost No-Yds No-Yds No-Yds No-Yds Convs.

Time of Poss.

TENNESSEE 35

23 38-191-2 27-41-0-333-2 79-524 5-39.2

1-1

6-35 2-45 1-5

4-38 9-of-19 31:47 0-0

vs. NC State 21

22

3-0

4-40

TENNESSEE 51

27 43-184-3 22-28-1-374-4 71-558 2-33.0

32-119-2

27-48-4-288-1 80-407

4-40.2

2-1

6-62 4-124 4-46

7-1

Georgia State 13

22

41-92-1

18-41-1-186-0 82-263

TENNESSEE 20

19

28-83-1

22-42-1-257-2 72-340 8-44.0 0-0

Florida

37

20 43-331-2 14-20-0-219-2 63-555 5-48.6

TENNESSEE 47

33 46-232-1 27-43-1-401-4 89-633 2-40.5 18

Akron

26

8-44.8

4-35

4-94 2-(-3) 5-88

6-of-16 28:13

1-4 5-of-13 25:42

0-0

1-0

1-8

0-0 6-of-16 26:47

2-0

8-78 4-84 1-13

2-25 3-of-13 33:13

2-1

5-30 4-54 3-45 3-35 5-of-14 31:24

9-59 1-19

4-of-19 34:18

26-115-1 27-49-3-229-0 75-344 5-45.4

0-0

6-40 4-77

1-4

1-44 5-of-15 28:36

TENNESSEE 44

26 40-197-3 24-45-3-281-2 85-478 4-31.2

1-1

6-35 5-97

1-5

1-35 8-of-15 33:01

at Georgia

20

2-2

6-40

1-0

3-0

2-1

6-64 5-132 1-(-1) 0-0 6-of-12 23:29

51

38-274-5

20-26-1-286-2 64-560

5-36.4

3-38

6-of-11 26:59

TENNESSEE 31

18 34-213-1 13-24-1-148-2 58-361 5-33.8

at Miss. St. 41

26 41-142-2 25-39-0-308-3 80-450 5-41.8 0-0 1-10 4-80 1-10 1-0 4-of-14 36:31

TENNESSEE 13

11

16-31-2-203-0 58-282 5-48.2

1-0

2-15 4-111 1-13

0-0 2-of-13 23:13

Alabama

23 45-233-2 17-22-0-306-4 67-539 2-44.0

2-1

4-23 2-36 4-59

2-0 6-of-12 36:47

TENNESSEE 35

23 27-91-0

28-44-1-381-5 71-472 5-40.0

1-1

5-34 4-63 2-(-5)

1-1 6-of-14 24:38

at S. Carolina 38

25

23-33-1-363-3 79-510

0-0

4-30

1-0

TENNESSEE 55

35 29-188-2 29-47-0-530-5 76-718 3-37.0

1-1

10-98 6-111 2-5

0-0 4-of-11 22:28

Troy

44

27-79-1

46-147-2

5-43.2

3-66

1-20

6-of-15 35:22

48

34 39-225-3 38-60-0-496-3 99-721 4-33.0

0-0

8-76 6-110 0-0

0-0 10-of-19 37:32

TENNESSEE 48

32 36-153-3 38-55-0-432-4 91-585 5-44.4

2-1

11-80 5-102 3-21

1-0 5-of-13 29:48

Missouri

20 49-228-2 19-33-1-454-4 82-454 2-49.6 1-1 2-10 3-132 1-12 0-0 8-of-20 30:12

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TENNESSEE 18

19 33-149-0 19-41-3-154-1 74-303 9-43.6

1-0

9-64 7-129 2-109 1-0 2-of-15 25:49

at Vanderbilt 41

15

2-0

12-90

TENNESSEE 37

23 32-164-1 20-34-0-293-4 66-457 5=42.6

1-0

7-59 4-59 1-10

Kentucky

23 37-167-1 30-47-0-245-1 84-412 5-48.0 0-0

17

40-194-2

14-28-1-248-3 68-442

7-47.4

3-43

3-20

3-69

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 TEAM TOTALS

34:11

0-0 4-of-11 25:34

3-25 5-101 1-(-2) 0-0 10-of-21 34:26

 Starting Lineups Offense TE/WR LT

LG

RG

RT

WR

WR

QB

TB

vs. NC State M. Rivera GEORGIA ST. M. Rivera FLORIDA M. Rivera AKRON M. Rivera at Georgia M. Rivera at Mississippi St. M. Rivera ALABAMA A. Bullard at So. Carolina M. Rivera TROY B. Downs MISSOURI M. Rivera at Vanderbilt M. Rivera KENTUCKY M. Rivera

D. Thomas J. Stone D. Thomas J. Stone D. Thomas J. Stone D. Thomas J. Stone D. Thomas J. Stone D. Thomas J. Stone D. Thomas J. Stone D. Thomas J. Stone D. Thomas J. Stone D. Thomas J. Stone D. Thomas J. Stone D. Thomas J. Stone

Z. Fulton Z. Fulton Z. Fulton Z. Fulton Z. Fulton Z. Fulton Z. Fulton A. Bullard Z. Fulton Z. Fulton Z. Fulton Z. 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. Hunter J. Hunter J. Hunter J. Hunter J. Hunter J. Hunter J. Hunter J. Hunter J. Hunter J. Hunter J. Hunter J. Hunter

C. Patterson C. Patterson C. Patterson C. Patterson C. Patterson C. Patterson C. Patterson C. Patterson C. Patterson C. Patterson C. Patterson C. Patterson

T. Bray T. Bray T. Bray T. Bray T. Bray T. Bray T. Bray T. Bray T. Bray T. Bray T. Bray T. Bray

R. Neal R. Neal R. Neal R. Neal R. Neal R. Neal M. Lane M. Lane M. Lane M. Lane M. Lane M. Lane

NT

SLB/DB MLB

WLB

LCB

SS

FS

C. Maggitt A. Johnson W. Bohannon A. Johnson C. Maggitt A. Johnson C. Maggitt A. Johnson C. Maggitt A. Johnson C. Maggitt A. Johnson C. Maggitt A. Johnson C. Maggitt A. Johnson C. Maggitt A. Johnson C. Maggitt A. Johnson J. Smith A. Johnson J. Smith A. Johnson

H. Lathers M. Teague D. Sapp M. Teague H. Lathers M. Teague D. Sapp P. Waggner H. Lathers P. Waggner H. Lathers P. Waggner H. Lathers P. Waggner H. Lathers P. Waggner J. Toney (DB) D. Gray J. Toney (DB) P. Waggner H. Lathers P. Waggner H. Lathers P. Waggner

A. Richardson A. Richardson A. Richardson A. Richardson A. Richardson A. Richardson A. Richardson A. Richardson A. Richardson A. Richardson A. Richardson A. Richardson

Defense LE/DB DT

C

RE

vs. NC State D. Sentimore D. McCullers M. Couch J. Smith GEORGIA ST. D. Sentimore E. Gordon (DB) M. Couch J. Smith FLORIDA D. Sentimore D. McCullers M. Couch J. Smith AKRON C. Miller E. Gordon (DB) M. Couch S. Fowlkes at Georgia C. Miller E. Gordon (DB) M. Couch M. Walls at Mississippi St. D. McCullers E. Gordon (DB) M. Couch J. Smith ALABAMA D. Sentimore D. McCullers M. Couch E. Gordon (DB) at So. Carolina D. Sentimore D. McCullers M. Couch J. Williams TROY D. Sentimore E. Gordon (DB) D. McCullers J. Williams MISSOURI D. Sentimore E. Gordon (DB) M. Couch J. Williams at Vanderbilt D. Sentimore J. Toney (DB) D. McCullers J. Williams KENTUCKY D. Sentimore J. Toney (DB) D. Hood J. Williams

FB/TE/WR

Z. Rogers (WR) Z. Rogers (WR) Z. Rogers (WR) B. Bartholomew (FB) B. Bartholomew (FB) Z. Rogers (WR) B. Bartholomew (FB) Z. Rogers (WR) B. Bartholomew (FB) B. Bartholomew (FB) Z. Rogers (WR) B. Bartholomew (FB)

P. Waggner B. Randolph P. Waggner B. Randolph P. Waggner B. Randolph J. Coleman B. Moore J. Coleman B. Moore J. Coleman B. Moore J. Coleman B. Moore J. Coleman B. Moore J. Coleman B. Moore J. Coleman B. Moore J. Coleman B. Moore J. Coleman B. Moore

PK

M. Palardy M. Palardy D. Brodus D. Brodus D. Brodus M. Palardy M. Palardy M. Palardy M. Palardy M. Palardy M. Palardy M. Palardy

RCB

B. Moore B. Moore B. Moore B. Brewer B. Brewer L. McNeil L. McNeil L. McNeil L. McNeil L. McNeil L. McNeil L. McNeil

P

M. Darr M. Darr M. Darr M. Darr M. Darr M. Darr M. Palardy M. Palardy M. Palardy M. Palardy M. Palardy M. Palardy

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 Passing

#8 TYLER BRAY NC State Georgia State Florida Akron Georgia Mississippi State Alabama South Carolina Troy Missouri Vanderbilt Kentucky TOTALS

Att Comp Int Pct Yards TD Long Sack Yds Effic 41 27 0 65.9 333 2 72 1 3 150.2 20 18 0 90.0 310 4 45 0 0 286.2 44 22 2 50.0 257 2 42 1 10 105.0 43 27 1 62.8 401 4 48 0 0 167.2 45 24 3 53.3 281 2 62 1 3 107.1 24 13 1 54.2 148 2 26 0 0 125.1 27 13 2 48.1 184 0 44 0 0 90.6 43 27 1 62.8 368 4 61 1 6 160.7 47 29 0 61.7 530 5 58 0 0 191.5 54 37 0 68.5 404 4 43 1 7 155.8 29 11 2 37.9 103 1 20 2 15 65.4 34 20 0 58.8 293 4 42 1 14 170.0 451 268 12 59.4 3612 34 72 8 58 146.3

#14 JUSTIN WORLEY Georgia State Alabama Vanderbilt TOTALS

Att Comp Int Pct Yards TD Long Sack Yds Effic 8 4 1 50.0 64 0 19 0 0 92.2 4 3 0 75.0 19 0 15 0 0 114.9 11 8 1 72.7 51 0 17 0 0 93.5 23 15 2 65.2 134 0 19 0 0 96.8

#2 PIG HOWARD South Carolina TOTALS

Att Comp Int Pct Yards TD Long Sack Yds Effic 1 1 0 100.0 13 1 13 0 0 539.2 1 1 0 100.0 13 1 13 0 0 539.2

#84 C. PATTERSON Missouri TOTALS

Att Comp Int Pct Yards TD Long Sack Yds Effic 1 1 0 100.0 28 0 28 0 0 335.2 1 1 0 100.0 28 0 28 0 0 335.2

 Rushing

Player No-Yds-TD NCSU GSU UF AKR UGA MSU ALA SC TROY MIZZOU VU UK Neal, R. TB 156-708/5 22-53/1 13-65/2 23-87/0 22-151/0 23-104/1 9-40/1 DNP DNP 7-32/0 15-62/0 13-61/0 9-53/0 Lane, M. TB 120-658/2 9-75/0 8-31/0 1-1/0 9-47/0 8-22/0 2-9/0 15-55/0 15-56/0 19-132/2 8-47/0 16-108/0 10-75/0 Patterson, C. WR 25-308/3 2-72/1 1-18/0 - 2-12/0 3-55/1 3-57/0 2--6/0 3-21/0 2-13/0 5-28/1 - 2-38/0 Young, D. TB 33-140/0 2--2/0 8-46/0 - - 3-14/0 13-58/0 5-21/0 2-3/0 DNP - DNP Watson, Q. TB 23-66/1 DNP 7-27/1 DNP 8-6/0 DNP 2-13/0 DNP 2-12/0 DNP 1-1/0 DNP 3-7/0 Howard, A. WR 14-44/0 DNP DNP - 1-3/0 1-0/0 4-30/0 2-3/0 1-1/0 1-11/0 1-2/0 2--5/0 1--1/0 Johnson, A.J. 12-21/6 - - 2-5/1 2-2/1 1-1/1 - 3-6/1 2-2/0 - 1-3/1 - 1-2/1 King, J. FB 2-18/0 DNP 1-0/0 DNP 1-18/0 - DNP - DNP - - - Bartholomew, B. FB 2-10/0 - - - - - - - - - - - 2-10/0 Drummer, T. WR 1-5/1 DNP - - - - - - - - 1-5/1 - TEAM 10--20/0 1--2/0 4--7/0 DNP DNP - DNP DNP 1--3/0 DNP 1--2/0 DNP 3--6/0 Bray, T. QB 15--34/0 2--5/0 1-4/0 2--10/0 1--7/0 1-1/0 1-6/0 - 1--1/0 - 3-7/0 2--15/0 1--14/0

 Receiving

Player No-Yds-TD NCSU GSU UF AKR UGA MSU ALA SC TROY MIZZOU VU UK Hunter, J. WR 73-1083/9 9-73/0 8-146/3 5-76/0 8-115/1 3-46/0 2-41/0 4-70/0 8-90/0 9-181/3 9-141/1 5-39/0 3-65/1 Patterson, C. WR 46-778/5 6-93/1 3-71/0 8-75/1 2-20/0 2-31/0 2-25/1 1-25/0 3-26/0 9-219/1 3-53/0 3-52/0 4-88/1 Rivera, M. TE 36-562/5 1-13/0 4-70/1 4-47/1 2-43/0 3-82/0 1-7/0 1-43/0 3-44/1 1-7/0 10-129/1 1-13/0 5-64/1 Rogers, Z. WR 32-491/7 2-87/1 - 3-39/0 3-72/0 6-51/1 3-35/0 - 6-107/3 2-26/0 4-32/0 1-14/1 2-28/1 Lane, M. TB 29-228/0 2-19/0 1-12/0 - 2-49/0 2-5/0 - 5-48/0 2-5/0 2-31/0 7-26/0 5-37/0 1--4/0 Dallas, V. WR 9-149/1 1-7/0 - - 1-11/0 1-7/0 1-14/0 - 3-78/1 1-14/0 - - 1-18/0 Neal, R. TB 19-149/4 2--2/0 1-12/0 2-20/0 3-22/1 5-53/1 2-11/0 DNP DNP 1-23/1 2-12/1 1--2/0 Carter, J. WR 8-126/1 1-20/0 2-35/0 - 1-24/1 DNP - - 1-16/0 1-8/0 - - 2-23/0 Bartholomew, B. FB 11-102/1 2-19/0 - - 2-21/0 1-8/0 1-10/1 1-4/0 - 1-12/0 1-5/0 1-10/0 1-13/0 Howard, A. WR 13-54/1 DNP DNP - 2-18/0 1--2/0 1-5/0 1-4/0 2-15/0 2-9/0 1-16/1 2--9/0 1--2/0 Downs, B. TE 3-39/1 DNP DNP - 1-6/1 - - 1-15/0 - - 1-18/0 - Watson, Q. TB 1-17/0 DNP 1-17/0 DNP - DNP - DNP - DNP - DNP Young, D. TB 5-9/0 1-4/0 2-11/0 - - - - 2--6/0 - DNP - DNP -

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 Total Tackles

Player UA-A-TOT NCSU GSU UF AKR UGA MSU ALA SC TROY MIZZOU VU UK Johnson, A.J. LB 63-75-138 3-1 2-3 6-5 5-6 2-9 4-17 4-10 9-2 9-4 5-6 6-6 8-6 Moore, B. DB 48-38-86 8-0 3-2 2-5 4-6 3-3 1-9 6-1 8-3 7-5 3-2 0-2 3-0 Lathers, H. LB 40-26-66 3-2 DNP 4-1 - 4-2 4-8 5-3 13-2 3-0 - 0-6 4-2 Coleman, J. DB 35-24-59 1-0 - - 2-0 2-2 4-5 4-9 2-1 6-1 5-3 5-2 4-1 McNeil, L. DB 33-25-58 DNP 1-0 1-0 1-0 4-1 1-7 2-1 6-2 4-6 1-2 5-3 7-3 Waggner, P. DB 31-17-48 4-1 1-2 1-1 6-2 2-1 2-2 - - 7-1 2-2 2-2 4-3 Toney, J. DB 30-12-42 DNP 0-1 - - 1-0 1-0 - 2-0 8-2 7-4 3-2 8-3 Gordon, E. DB 33-8-41 4-0 5-1 2-1 3-1 5-0 2-1 3-1 2-0 3-2 4-1 DNP DNP McCullers, D. DL 20-19-39 - 0-1 3-0 - 2-6 1-3 1-2 7-1 2-1 3-3 0-1 1-1 Couch, M. DL 22-16-38 5-0 2-1 2-2 3-1 0-3 0-2 2-3 3-0 1-1 1-2 - 3-1 Smith, J. LB 18-15-33 3-1 1-0 2-4 0-1 1-0 1-4 - - 1-0 1-0 6-3 2-2 Maggitt, C. LB 16-14-30 4-1 DNP 4-1 1-0 1-2 0-2 2-1 1-0 2-3 1-4 DNP DNP Brewer, B. DB 19-8-27 3-1 1-0 2-1 2-2 5-4 2-0 - 1-0 - - 3-0 Randolph, B. DB 17-5-22 7-1 7-0 3-4 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Fugate, C. LB 10-8-18 1-0 5-2 1-2 1-0 0-1 0-1 2-1 - - - - 0-1 Sentimore, D. DL 7-11-18 - 1-0 - 2-2 2-2 1-0 1-2 - 0-2 - 0-2 0-1 Bohannon, W. LB 4-14-18 - 2-0 0-1 - 0-1 1-4 0-3 - 0-3 1-1 DNP 0-1 Miller, C. DL 8-10-18 - 4-2 1-2 1-2 - 0-1 - - - 0-2 2-1 Sapp, D. LB 9-8-17 1-0 2-2 1-1 1-3 - - 1-0 1-1 - - 1-0 1-1 Williams, J. DL 12-5-17 DNP 2-2 DNP - - - 0-2 2-0 1-0 2-0 0-1 5-0 Wilks, R. DB 8-5-13 0-1 1-1 - - - 0-1 - 1-0 3-0 3-2 - Walls, M. DL 5-8-13 0-1 0-1 - 1-3 0-1 - - - - 3-2 1-0 Teague, M. DB 6-3-9 3-0 1-1 0-2 2-0 DNP - DNP DNP DNP DNP - Hood, D. DL 2-5-7 - 0-1 - - - 0-3 - 1-0 - 1-0 - 0-1 Gray, D. DB 5-1-6 DNP 2-0 - - - DNP - 1-0 2-1 - DNP DNP Fowlkes, S. DL 2-3-5 1-0 1-0 - 0-3 - - - - - DNP DNP Crump, R. LB 2-3-5 - 0-1 0-1 - DNP - 0-1 - - - - 2-0 Saulsberry, T. DL 4-1-5 DNP - DNP DNP DNP DNP 4-1 - - DNP DNP DNP Propst, J. LB 1-2-3 DNP 1-1 - - DNP DNP 0-1 - - - - Carr, J.R. 2-0-2 - - - 1-0 - - - - - 1-0 - Palardy, M. 2-0-2 1-0 - - 1-0 - - - - - - - Patterson, C. 2-0-2 - - - - 1-0 1-0 - - - - - Summerhill, D. 2-0-2 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-0 Orta, G. DB 1-1-2 - - - - - - - DNP DNP DNP 0-1 1-0 James, J. 1-0-1 - - - - - - - - - - 1-0 Hunter, J. 1-0-1 - - 1-0 - - - - - - - - Rogers, Z. 1-0-1 - - 1-0 - - - - - - - - Stone, J. 1-0-1 - - - - - - - - - - 1-0 Oliver, N. DB 0-1-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-1 Taylor, T. DL 0-1-1 DNP 0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Worley, J. 1-0-1 DNP - DNP - DNP DNP - DNP DNP DNP 1-0 Watson, Q. 1-0-1 DNP - DNP - DNP 1-0 DNP - DNP - DNP -

GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

 DEFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME

 Sacks

Player UA-ATOT NCSU GSU UF AKR UGA MSU ALA SC TROY MIZZOU VU UK Sentimore, D. DL 4-0 4.0 - 1.0-11 - 1.0-4 - 1.0-8 1.0-10 - - - - Lathers, H. LB 2-0 2.0 - DNP - - 1.0-8 - - 1.0-12 - - - Smith, J. LB 2-0 2.0 - - - - - 1.0-10 - - - - - 1.0-6 Maggitt, C. LB 2-0 2.0 1.0-18 DNP - - - - - 1.0-13 - - DNP DNP Williams, J. DL 2-0 2.0 DNP - DNP - - - - - - 1.0-6 - 1.0-8 Johnson, A.J. LB 1-0 1.0 - - - - - - - - - - - 1.0-10 McCullers, D. DL 1-0 1.0 - - - - - - - - - - - 1.0-1 Bohannon, W. LB 1-0 1.0 - 1.0-9 - - - - - - - - DNP Miller, C. DL 1-0 1.0 - 1.0-6 - - - - - - - - - Couch, M. DL 1-0 1.0 - - - - - - 1.0-5 - - - - -

 Tackles for Loss

Player UA-ATOT NCSU GSU UF AKR UGA MSU ALA SC TROY MIZZOU VU UK Johnson, A.J. LB 7-3 8.5 - - 1.0-6 - 1.0-1 1.5-3 - - 1.0-2 - 2.0-2 2.0-11 Smith, J. LB 6-2 7.0 - - 1.0-3 - - 1.5-12 - - 1.0-2 1.0-6 1.5-2 1.0-6 McCullers, D. DL 5-1 5.5 - - 1.0-1 - 1.0-1 - - 1.0-2 - 1.5-2 - 1.0-1 Maggitt, C. LB 4-2 5.0 1.0-18 DNP - - - 0.5-1 - 1.0-13 1.0-3 1.5-2 DNP DNP Sentimore, D. DL 5-0 5.0 - 1.0-11 - 1.0-4 1.0-3 1.0-8 1.0-10 - - - - Miller, C. DL 4-2 5.0 - 1.5-7 - 1.0-1 - 0.5-2 - - - - 2.0-6 Lathers, H. LB 4-2 5.0 - DNP 1.5-2 - 1.0-8 - - 2.0-13 - - 0.5-2 Couch, M. DL 3-2 4.0 1.0-3 0.5-0 - - 0.5-1 - 1.0-5 1.0-1 - - - Williams, J. DL 4-0 4.0 DNP - DNP - - - - - - 1.0-6 - 3.0-11 Gordon, E. DB 3-1 3.5 1.0-1 - - - - - - - 1.5-4 1.0-5 DNP DNP Coleman, J. DB 3-1 3.5 - - - 1.0-10 1.0-10 0.5-1 - - 1.0-4 - - Bohannon, W. LB 1-3 2.5 - 1.0-9 0.5-1 - - 0.5-0 - - 0.5-2 - DNP Sapp, D. LB 2-1 2.5 1.0-4 1.5-6 - - - - - - - - - Toney, J. DB 2-0 2.0 DNP - - - - - - - 1.0-2 - - 1.0-2 Waggner, P. DB 1-2 2.0 - 0.5-1 - - - - - - 1.5-8 - - Moore, B. DB 1-2 2.0 - - - - 0.5-1 - - 1.0-3 0.5-0 - - Hood, D. DL 1-0 1.0 - - - - - - - - - 1.0-1 - Walls, M. DL 1-0 1.0 - - - - - - - - - - 1.0-1 Saulsberry, T. DL 1-0 1.0 DNP - DNP DNP DNP DNP 1.0-1 - - DNP DNP DNP Randolph, B. DB 1-0 1.0 1.0-2 - - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Brewer, B. DB 1-0 1.0 - - - - 1.0-1 - - - - - - Propst, J. LB 0-1 0.5 DNP 0.5-1 - - DNP DNP - - - - - Fugate, C. LB 0-1 0.5 - 0.5-0 - - - - - - - - - utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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REVIEW  Interception Returns

Player No-Yds NCSU GSU UF AKR UGA MSU ALA SC TROY MIZZOU VU UK Moore, B. 5-88 1-18 - - 2-35 1-35 - - - - - 1-0 Waggner, P. 2-8 1-8 - - - - - - - - 1-0 - Gordon, E. 2-12 1-12 - - 1-0 - - - - - - DNP DNP Teague, M. 1-0 1-0 - - - DNP - DNP DNP DNP DNP - Lathers, H. 1-1 - DNP - - - - - 1-1 - - - Orta, G. 1-4 - 1-4 - - - - - DNP DNP DNP - -

 Fumble Returns

Player No-Yds NCSU GSU UF AKR UGA MSU ALA SC TROY MIZZOU VU UK McNeil, L. 1-33 DNP - - - - - - - - 1-33 - -

 SPECIAL TEAMS GAME-BY-GAME  Punt Returns Player No-Yds NCSU GSU UF AKR UGA MSU ALA SC TROY MIZZOU VU UK Young, D. 16-155 1-5 4-46 1-8 3-45 1-5 1--1 1-13 1-3 DNP 2-21 DNP 1-10 Patterson, C. 4-101 - - - - - - - 1--8 - 1-0 2-109 Hunter, J. 2-5 - - - - - - - - 2-5 - - -

 Kick Returns Player No-Yds NCSU GSU UF AKR UGA MSU ALA SC TROY MIZZOU VU UK Patterson, C. 24-671 - 3-106 1-19 1-26 2-42 1-113 4-111 1-13 2-43 3-80 4-86 2-32 Young, D. 8-142 2-45 - - 2-25 3-55 1-17 - - DNP - DNP Fugate, C. 5-70 - - - - - - - 2-32 1-13 1-14 1-11 Propst, J. 4-44 DNP - - - DNP DNP - - 2-24 1-8 - 1-12 Lane, M. 2-32 - - - - - - - - - - 2-32 Howard, A. 1-31 DNP DNP - - - - - - 1-31 - - Hood, D. 1-18 - 1-18 - - - - - - - - - Bartholomew, B. 2-18 - - - - - 1-0 - 1-18 - - - Carter, J. 1-15 - - - - DNP - - - - - - 1-15 Rivera, M. 2-7 - - - 1-3 - 1-4 - - - - - Harris, C. 1--2 DNP DNP - - - 1--2 - - - - - -

 Field Goals Player No-Yds NCSU GSU UF AKR UGA MSU ALA Palardy, M. 9-12 (20), (34) 39 - - - (38) (32), (21) Brodus, D. 6-7 - (25) - (37), (23) (34), 28 - - (22), (28)

SC TROY MIZZOU VU UK - 39, (21), (31) 43 (28) (33) -

 Punting Player No-Yds-Avg NCSU GSU UF AKR UGA MSU ALA SC TROY MIZZOU VU UK Palardy, M. 17-739-43.5 - 1-31-31.0 3-133-44.3 - - 3-44.7 5-48.2 5-40.0 3-37.0 4-45.8 7-43.6 5-42.6 Darr, M. 16-624-39.0 5-193-38.6 1-35-35.0 4-178-44.5 2-40.5 3-41.3 1-13.0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Bray, T. 2-63-31.5 - - 1-41-41.0 1-22.0 - - - 1-39.0 - TEAM - - - - - 1-10 - - - - - - -

 STARTING EXPERIENCE OFFENSE ‘09 ‘10 ‘11 ‘12 Tot Strk Ben Bartholomew, FB . . 7 6 13 1 Alex Bullard, OG/C . . 12 2* 14 . Tyler Bray, QB . 5 7 12 24 14 Brendan Downs, TE . . 1 1 2 . Zach Fulton, OG . 5 12 11 29 4 Darin Gooch, C . 6 . . 6 . Justin Hunter, WR . 2 3 12 17 12 Marcus Jackson, OG . . 5 . 5 . Ja’Wuan James, OT . 13 12 12 37 37 Marlin Lane, TB . . . 6 6 6 Rajion Neal, WR/TB . . ^3 6 9 . Cordarrelle Patterson, WR . . . 12 12 12 Antonio Richardson, OT . . . 12 12 12 Mychal Rivera, TE . . 11 10 21 3 Zach Rogers, WR . 4 6 6 16 . James Stone, C/OG . 8 7 12 27 12 Dallas Thomas, OT/OG . 14 12 12 37 37 Justin Worley, QB . . 3 . 3 . Devrin Young, WR . . 1 . 1 . Totals 1 77 131 132 343 ^Neal’s three starts in 2011 were at wide receiver. * Bullard’s first start in 2012 was at tight end. SPECIAL TEAMS Matt Darr, P Derrick Brodus, PK Michael Palardy, PK Michael Palardy, P J.R. Carr, DS Totals

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DEFENSE ‘09 ‘10 ‘11 ‘12 Tot Strk Joseph Ayres, DT . 1 . . 1 . Willie Bohannon, DE 1 . 3 1 5 . Brent Brewer, DB . 6 8 2 16 . Justin Coleman, DB . . 4 9 13 9 Maurice Couch, DL . . 4 9 13 . Steven Fowlkes, DL . . . 1 1 . Channing Fugate, LB . *5 *1 . 6 . Eric Gordon, DB . 6 1 7 14 . Daniel Gray, DB . . . 1 1 . Daniel Hood, DT . - 8 1 9 1 A.J. Johnson, LB . . 10 12 22 20 Greg King, LB 2 . . . 2 . Herman Lathers, LB 5 12 . 8 25 2 Curt Maggitt, LB . - 8 9 17 . Daniel McCullers, DL . . . 7 7 . LaDarrell McNeil, DB . . . 7 7 7 Corey Miller, DL . 2 . 2 4 . Byron Moore, DB . . 2 12 14 12 Brian Randolph, S . . 8 3 11 . Dontavis Sapp, LB . . . 2 2 . Darringon Sentimore, DL . . . 9 9 6 Jacques Smith, DE/LB . . 8 6 14 2 Marsalis Teague, DB *5 8 8 3 24 . Jaron Toney, DB . . . 4 4 4 Prentiss Waggner, DB 2 13 12 11 38 3 Marlon Walls, DE . . 4 1 5 Jordan Williams, LB . . . 5 5 5 Totals 38 72 133 132 289 *Teague’s five starts in 2009 were at wide receiver. *Fugate’s six starts in 2010-11 were at fullback.


Game 1

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Aug. 31 | Georgia Dome | Atlanta, Ga. | 7:36 p.m. | Attendance: 55,529

Breakdown UT NCSU FIRST DOWNS 23 22 Rushing 7 8 Passing 14 13 Penalty 2 1 NET YARDS RUSHING 191 119 Rushing Attempts 38 32 Average Per Rush 5.0 3.7 Rushing Touchdowns 2 2 Yards Gained Rushing 213 149 Yards Lost Rushing 22 30 NET YARDS PASSING 333 288 Completions-Attempts-Int 27-41-0 27-48-4 Average Per Attempt 8.1 6.0 Average Per Completion 12.3 10.7 Passing Touchdowns 2 1 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 524 407 Total offense plays 79 80 Average Gain Per Play 6.6 5.1 Fumbles: Number-Lost 1-1 3-0 Penalties: Number-Yards 6-35 4-40 PUNTS-YARDS 5-193 4-166 Average Yards Per Punt 38.6 41.5 Net Yards Per Punt 39.2 40.2 Inside 20 2 1 50+ Yards 1 0 Touchbacks 0 0 Fair catch 2 3 KICKOFFS-YARDS 7-432 5-312 Average Yards Per Kickoff 61.7 62.4 Net Yards Per Kickoff 37.6 38.4 Touchbacks 3 3 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD 1-5-0 2--3-0 Average Per Return 5.0 -1.5 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD 2-45-0 4-94-0 Average Per Return 22.5 23.5 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD 4-38-0 0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 31:47 28:13 1st Quarter 4:46 10:14 2nd Quarter 9:46 5:14 3rd Quarter 8:05 6:55 4th Quarter 9:10 5:50 Third-Down Conversions 9 of 19 6 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 2 1 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-4 3-3 Touchdowns 1-4 3-3 Field goals 2-4 0-3 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-18 1-3 PAT Kicks 3-4 3-3 Field Goals 2-2 0-1

„ THE WRAPUP

For the Record • Tennessee Captains: Tyler Bray, Dallas Thomas, Herman Lathers and Prentiss Waggner. • Alex Bullard donned 88 against NC State, instead of his normal 78. Game Notes • Tennessee’s win snapped a six-game losing streak in Atlanta and the Georgia Dome dating to 2001. • The victory snapped a three-game losing streak to ACC schools, including a two-game losing streak in neutral site games against the conference (2010 Music City Bowl vs. North Carolina and 2009 Chick-fil-A Bowl vs. Virginia Tech). • The win also marked UT’s fourth consecutive win in a season opener since 2009 and the 16th win to open the season in the last 18 years since 1995. • Tennessee’s 22 points were its most in any quarter since scoring 23 vs. UTMartin in the third quarter on Sept. 4, 2010. • The 22 points were UT’s most in a first quarter since opening its game against Arkansas with 35 on Nov. 11, 2000. • The first quarter was a big one for the Vols in the social media realm as well, as “Tyler Bray,” “Cordarrelle Patterson,” “Tennessee Touchdown” and “Go Vols” were all trending Worldwide on Twitter at various points. • The Vols recorded their first safety since Austin Johnson and Greg King tackled a Skyhawk in the endzone against UT-Martin on Sept. 4, 2010.

Vols Roll NC State, 35-21, in Season Opener ATLANTA - Tennessee’s 2012 season got off to an impressive start. The same could be said for wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson’s career. The Vols rolled up more than 500 yards of total offense and dispatched NC State 35-21 in front of 55,529 in the Georgia Dome in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Patterson, a South Carolina native, caught six passes for 93 yards and scored on a 67-yard reverse to help stake the Vols to an early lead. All told, Patterson had 165 of the Vols’ 524 yards of total offense. The Tennessee defense recorded a safety and picked off four NC State passes. Tennessee (1-0) had just nine interceptions last season. In his first game since tearing his ACL against Florida last September, Justin Hunter caught nine pass for 73 yards, with eight of those catches coming after halftime. Hunter had four catches on UT’s first drive of the second half, a 14-play, 87-yard grind that ended when Rajion Neal scored from 8 yards out. That score - and a Michael Palardy field goal on their next possession - helped the Vols build a 33-14 lead by the end of the third quarter. While Tennessee’s third-quarter scores were methodical, its firsthalf offense came in a flash. Patterson began the scoring with a 41-yard touchdown pass from Tyler Bray, whose 333 yards against NC State (0-1) marked the seventh time he’s thrown for more than 300 yards. The Wolfpack answered and took a 7-6 lead on a 2-yard touchdown run by Tony Creecy, ending a 10-play, 86-yard drive that got a big boost from 41- and 28-yard completions by quarterback Mike Glennon. Then the Vols hit fast-foward. Cornerback Prentiss Waggner intercepted a Glennon pass on fourth down, ending the NC State drive inside UT territory. One play later, Tyler Bray found Zach Rogers wide open behind the Wolfpack secondary for a 72-yard touchdown. On NC State’s next play from scrimmage, linebacker Curt Maggitt forced a fumble that rolled out of the end zone for a safety. And one play after that, Patterson took an end around 67 yards for a touchdown, winning a footrace to the end zone and ending a stretch that saw the Vols score 16 points in 38 seconds. Once the pace slowed, NC State turned a fourth-down stop into an eight-play, 67-yard touchdown drive that made the score 22-14 with 3:42 left in the second quarter. UT allowed 145 passing yards in first quarter, but clamped down in second half and kept major pressure on Glennon, who finished with 287 yards on 27-of-46 passing with four interceptions and one touchdown. UT’s defense had a major hand in the win, as did its running game. Tennessee finished with 191 yards rushing, led by Marlin Lane’s 75 yards on nine carries, including a 42-yard run that set up a field goal in the third quarter.

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TENNESSEE NC STATE

>> Scoring Summary Team Qtr Time Scoring Play Conversion Plays TOP Score UT 1st 11:31 Patterson 41 yd pass from Bray Kick failed 2-54 0:34 6-0 ST 1st 05:15 Creecy 2 yd run Sade kick 10-86 3:33 6-7 UT 1st 01:07 Rogers 72 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 1-72 0:11 13-7 UT 1st 00:51 TEAM safety 15-7 UT 1st 00:29 Patterson 67 yd run Palardy kick 1-67 0:16 22-7 ST 2nd 03:42 Washington 2 yd run Sade kick 8-67 3:12 22-14 UT 3rd 04:17 Neal 8 yd run Palardy kick 14-87 6:26 29-14 UT 3rd 01:28 Palardy 20 yd field goal 5-43 1:39 32-14 ST 4th 13:46 Underwood 5 yd pass from Glennon Sade kick 8-55 2:33 32-21 UT 4th 01:44 Palardy 34 yd field goal 7-22 3:20 35-21

Stat Leaders

>> tennessee

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Lane 9 78 0 42 8.3 Patterson 2 72 1 67 36.0 Neal 22 63 1 8 2.4 Young 2 -2 0 0 -1.0 Bray 2 -5 0 0 -2.5 Totals 38 213 2 67 5.0 Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Bray 27-41-0 333 2 72 1 Receiving No. Yds TD Long Hunter 9 73 0 19 Patterson 6 93 1 41 Rogers 2 87 1 72 Lane 2 19 0 13 Bartholomew 2 19 0 13 Neal 2 -2 0 4 Carter 1 20 0 20 Rivera 1 13 0 13 Dallas 1 7 0 7 Young 1 4 0 4 Totals 27 333 2 72

>> NC STATE

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Greene 11 53 0 13 4.8 Creecy 10 48 1 16 4.8 Washington 5 14 1 4 2.4 Glennon 6 34 0 14 1.0 Totals 32 149 2 16 3.7 Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Glennon 27-46-4 288 1 49 1 Receiving No. Yds TD Long Carter 5 46 0 17 Payton 4 129 0 49 Watson 4 50 0 28 Palmer 4 28 0 11 Washington 3 10 0 11 Underwood 3 9 1 5 Greene 1 9 0 9 Hegedus 1 7 0 7 Creecy 1 1 0 1 Smith 1 -1 0 0 Totals 27 288 1 49

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GEORGIA STATE 3 3 0 7 - TENNESSEE 7 21 13 10 -

13 51

Sept. 8 | Neyland Stadium | Knoxville | 4:07 p.m. | Attendance: 87,821

Breakdown GSU UT FIRST DOWNS 22 27 Rushing 8 9 Passing 11 18 Penalty 3 0 NET YARDS RUSHING 87 184 Rushing Attempts 41 43 Average Per Rush 2.1 4.3 Rushing Touchdowns 1 3 Yards Gained Rushing 148 196 Yards Lost Rushing 61 12 NET YARDS PASSING 176 374 Completions-Attempts-Int 18-41-1 22-28-1 Average Per Attempt 4.3 13.4 Average Per Completion 9.8 17.0 Passing Touchdowns 0 4 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 263 558 Total offense plays 82 71 Average Gain Per Play 3.2 7.9 Fumbles: Number-Lost 7-1 2-1 Penalties: Number-Yards 4-35 6-62 PUNTS-YARDS 8-358 2-66 Average Yards Per Punt 44.8 33.0 Net Yards Per Punt 39.0 33.0 Inside 20 1 2 50+ Yards 3 0 Touchbacks 0 0 Fair catch 0 1 KICKOFFS-YARDS 4-238 9-566 Average Yards Per Kickoff 59.5 62.9 Net Yards Per Kickoff 28.5 44.2 Touchbacks 0 4 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD 0-0-0 4-46-0 Average Per Return 0.0 11.5 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD 5-88-0 4-124-0 Average Per Return 17.6 31.0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD 1-0-0 1-4-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 34:18 25:42 1st Quarter 9:18 5:42 2nd Quarter 9:52 5:08 3rd Quarter 8:02 6:58 4th Quarter 7:06 7:54 Third-Down Conversions 4 of 19 5 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 3 of 4 2 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 7-8 Touchdowns 1-3 6-8 Field goals 2-3 1-8 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 3-26 PAT Kicks 1-1 6-7 Field Goals 2-2 1-2

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„ THE WRAPUP

For the Record • Tennessee Captains: Ben Bartholomew, Maurice Couch, James Stone and Willie Bohannon. • The Vol For Life Legend of the Game was Charles Davis, a defensive back for UT from 1983-86. He is the lead college football analyst for FOX. Game Notes • Mychal Rivera celebrated his 22nd birthday with his second career TD reception, hauling in a 19-yard pass from Tyler Bray in the second stanza. He finished with four catches for 70 yards. • Tennessee’s total of 51 points was the secondhighest tally of the Derek Dooley era, ranking behind the 52 the Vols scored vs. Ole Miss in 2010. • The Vols posted back-toback 500+ total yardage games in the opening two contests of the season for the first time ever. Tennessee also posted its first back-to-back 500+ total yardage contests since gaining 502 vs. Arkansas and 590 vs. Kentucky in 2000. • In his 14th career start, Tyler Bray recorded his eighth career game of 300-plus yards passing, finishing 18 of 20 for 310 yards and four touchdowns. • The Vol QB completed his last 13 passes, including nine straight in the second quarter, tying for the thirdlongest completion streak in school history with Casey Clausen and Jeff Francis. • Justin Hunter tied the UT record for TD receptions in a game, snaring three scoring tosses from Tyler Bray. The catches were for 25, 11 and 19 yards.

Vols Sprint to 51-13 Win in Home Opener Over Georgia St. KNOXVILLE - Tennessee’s first possession inside Neyland Stadium this season lasted 13 plays, covered 78 yards and ended with a trip to the checkerboard end zone. But for the rest of the Vols’ 51-13 victory over Georgia State, that opening drive proved an anomaly. For the better part of three quarters, the Vols looked like they were caught in one long two-minute drill. After tailback Rajion Neal capped UT’s 4 minute, 14-second opening drive with a 1-yard touchdown run, the Vols specialized in quickstrike scores. They needed just 30 seconds and two plays to move 40 yards for a touchdown and a 14-3 lead in the second quarter. And then the real fireworks started. The Vols moved 73 yards in just 1:20, scoring on the first of three touchdowns by receiver Justin Hunter to take a 21-6 lead with 4:11 to go before halftime. Their next possession ended the same way another Tyler Bray-to-Hunter touchdown - but took just 41 seconds to go 79 yards. That touchdown gave UT 28-6 lead at halftime, but the quick scores continued into the third quarter. After forcing a Georgia State punt to begin the second half, the Vols’ next drive qualified as a regular slog in comparison to the rest of the day, lasting a full 2:36 and six plays before Neal scored on a 5-yard run. Already leading 34-6, the Vols moved 62 yards in four plays when Bray connected again with Hunter for a 19-yard score. Bray, who came out with 4:45 remaining in the third quarter for backup Justin Worley, completed his last 13 passes and finished 18of-20 for 310 yards and four touchdowns. Hunter led the Vols with 146 yards receiving on eight catches, and his three touchdowns marked the ninth time in school history a player has caught three touchdowns in a game. For the rest of the game, Tennessee played lots of newcomers. Twelve players saw their first career action, and running back Quenshaun Watson scored on a 2-yard touchdown that began after redshirt freshman Geraldo Orta intercepted a pass deep in Georgia State territory. Tennessee, which ran for 184 yards, topped 150 rushing yards for the second straight week. Last season, the Vols eclipsed that mark just once. What’s more, the Vols recorded more than 500 yards of total offense for the second straight week, the first time since 2000 they’ve done that in consecutive games. The Vols also ran plays out of their ‘Wildcat’ package with fullback Justin King taking snaps at quarterback. >> Scoring Summary Team Qtr Time Scoring Play Conversion Plays TOP Score UT 1st 10:46 Neal 1 yd run Palardy kick 13-78 4:14 0-7 GSU 1st 04:06 Benvenuto 32 yd field goal 14-65 6:40 3-7 UT 2nd 10:58 Rivera 19 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 2-40 0:30 3-14 GSU 2nd 05:37 Benvenuto 30 yd field goal 9-28 3:01 6-14 UT 2nd 04:11 Hunter 25 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 4-73 1:20 6-21 UT 2nd 01:29 Hunter 11 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 3-79 0:41 6-28 UT 3rd 11:11 Neal. 5 yd run Kick failed 6-72 2:36 6-34 UT 3rd 08:02 Hunter 19 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 4-62 1:18 6-41 UT 4th 08:38 Brodus 25 yd field goal 14-47 5:26 6-44 UT 4th 05:47 Watson 2 yd run Brodus kick 5-20 1:30 6-51 GSU 4th 00:58 McLane 12 yd run Benvenuto kick 12-80 4:42 13-51

Stat Leaders >> tennessee

>> GEORGIA STATE

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Bray 18-20-0 310 4 45 0 Worley 4-8-1 64 0 19 0 Totals 22-28-1 374 4 45 0

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack McLane 18-41-1 186 0 26 3

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Neal 13 65 2 19 5.0 Young 8 46 0 30 5.8 Lane 8 31 0 7 3.9 Watson 7 27 1 15 3.9 Patterson 1 18 0 18 18.0 Totals 43 184 3 30 4.3

Receiving Hunter Rivera Patterson Carter Young Watson Lane Neal Totals Totals

No. Yds TD Long 8 146 3 25 4 70 1 23 3 71 0 45 2 35 0 19 2 11 0 8 1 17 0 17 1 12 0 12 1 12 0 12 22 374 4 45 27 333 2 72

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Russell 15 73 0 26 4.9 Watson 6 18 0 11 3.0 Wilson 2 17 0 11 8.5 Lee 2 11 0 6 5.5 Sweeting 1 7 0 7 7.0 Evans 3 3 0 3 1.0 Ogbuehi 1 -1 0 0 -1.0 Totals 41 92 1 26 2.2

Receiving No. Yds TD Long Wilson 8 84 0 24 Giles 2 34 0 25 Russell 2 33 0 26 Minor 2 18 0 10 Blair 1 7 0 7 Lee 1 5 0 5 Sweeting 1 3 0 3 Ogbuehi 1 2 0 2 Totals 18 186 0 26


#18 FLORIDA 7 3 17 10 - #23 Tennessee 7 7 6 0 -

37 20

Sept. 15 | Neyland Stadium | Knoxville | 6:06 p.m. | Attendance: 102,455

Breakdown UF UT FIRST DOWNS 20 19 Rushing 12 3 Passing 7 12 Penalty 1 4 NET YARDS RUSHING 336 83 Rushing Attempts 43 28 Average Per Rush 7.8 3.0 Rushing Touchdowns 2 1 Yards Gained Rushing 353 101 Yards Lost Rushing 17 18 NET YARDS PASSING 219 257 Completions-Attempts-Int 14-20-0 22-44-2 Average Per Attempt 10.9 5.8 Average Per Completion 15.6 11.7 Passing Touchdowns 2 2 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 555 340 Total offense plays 63 72 Average Gain Per Play 8.8 4.7 Fumbles: Number-Lost 2-0 0-0 Penalties: Number-Yards 8-78 9-59 PUNTS-YARDS 5-243 8-352 Average Yards Per Punt 48.6 44.0 Net Yards Per Punt 47.0 39.2 Inside 20 0 4 50+ Yards 3 3 Touchbacks 0 1 Fair catch 4 1 KICKOFFS-YARDS 7-455 4-256 Average Yards Per Kickoff 65.0 64.0 Net Yards Per Kickoff 40.9 43.0 Touchbacks 6 0 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD 1-13-0 1-8-0 Average Per Return 13.0 8.0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD 4-84-0 1-19-0 Average Per Return 21.0 19.0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD 2-25-0 0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 33:13 26:47 1st Quarter 7:52 7:08 2nd Quarter 6:58 8:02 3rd Quarter 6:42 8:18 4th Quarter 11:41 3:19 Third-Down Conversions 3 of 13 6 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 2 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 3-3 Touchdowns 1-3 3-3 Field goals 2-3 0-3 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-10 0-0 PAT Kicks 4-4 2-3 Field Goals 3-3 0-0

„ THE WRAPUP

For the Record • Tennessee Captains: Tyler Bray, Brian Randolph, A.J. Johnson, Mychal Rivera. • The Vol For Life Legend of the Game was former UT player and head coach Johnny Majors. His jersey (45) was retired prior to the game, and he became the eighth Vol to have his jersey retired. Game Notes • ESPN GameDay returned to Knoxville for the first time since the UT-Auburn game on Oct. 2, 2004. UT made its 18th appearance on ESPN GameDay. • On the night UT retired Johnny Majors’ jersey (No. 45), linebacker A.J. Johnson (who also wears No. 45) lined up at quarterback in the Wildcat package and scored his first career touchdown. His one-yard plunge put the Vols up 2013 with 7:33 to go in the third quarter. • Earlier in the drive, Johnson bulled his way up the middle for four yards and a first down on his first career rush. Johnson also finished with 11 tackles and two QB hurries and a tackle for a loss. • Many things of Big Orange vintage were trending on Twitter on Saturday night. Those included Tyler Bray, A.J. Johnson and Touchdown Tennessee worldwide and Derek Dooley, PAT, Rocky Top, Tennessee, Vols and Wildcat in the U.S. • Wide receiver Alton “Pig” Howard made his first Vol appearance in the second quarter. He is the 10th true freshman to play in 2012.

No. 23 Vols Fall to 18th-Ranked Florida, 37-20 KNOXVILLE - During its 2-0 start to the season, No. 23 Tennessee made a habit of scoring points in a flash. Against No. 18 Florida, its fortunes changed just as quickly. The Gators dealt the Vols a couple of body blows in the third quarter and pulled away to win their eighth consecutive game in the series, 37-20, in front of a sold-out Neyland Stadium. Florida exploded for 24 unanswered points to close the game, and wound up with 555 yards of total offense and 336 yards rushing. At halftime, the Gators had just 176 yards of offense and only 86 on the ground. Florida gained 227 yards of total offense in the third quarter, 170 of which came on the ground. But after the Vols went 81 yards on their first possession of the second half, it was all Florida the rest of the way. Trey Burton, who scored Florida’s only touchdown of the first half, started the deluge with an 80-yard touchdown run on a direct snap. Then after a Tyler Bray interception, the Gators ripped off a 45-yard run by Mike Gillislee and one play later quarterback Jeff Driskel found Jordan Reed in the end zone for a 23-yard touchdown and a 27-20 lead. The haymaker was a 75-yard, catch-and-run touchdown pass to Frankie Hammond on third down that gave Florida a 34-20 lead with 9:55 remaining. Tennessee failed to gain a yard of total offense in the fourth quarter and didn’t have a first down in the final 15 minutes. Tennessee got off to a solid start and seemed in control at halftime leading 10-7, its first lead in the series after two quarters since 2006. Florida scored on its second possession of the game when Burton took a direct snap 14 yards to give the Gators a 7-0 lead with 7:52 left in the first quarter. They took possession on that drive after linebacker Lerentee McCray intercepted a Bray pass and returned it 25 yards into Tennessee territory. The UT offense came alive in the first quarter when Bray hit Hunter for a 42-yard gain to the Florida 18-yard line. He then caught Cordarrelle Patterson on a quick slant from the 2-yard line one play and a Gators penalty later to even the score with 3:02 left in the first quarter. After the defense forced a three-and-out, Tennessee embarked on a 16-play, 77-yard drive that ended with a perfectly lofted touchdown pass from Bray to tight end Mychal Rivera. The key play on that drive came on fourth-and-9 from the Gators’ 30, when Bray hit Patterson for a 12-yard gain. Officials initially said the Patterson fumbled on the play, giving the Gators possession, but overturned the ruling on review. >> Scoring Summary Team Qtr Time Scoring Play Conversion Plays UF 1st 07:52 Burton,T. 14 yd run Sturgis kick 3-35 UT 1st 03:02 Patterson 2 yd pass from Bray Brodus kick 3-60 UT 2nd 08:40 Rivera 6 yd pass from Bray Brodus kick 16-76 UF 2nd 00:00 Sturgis,C 20 yd field goal 9-80 UF 3rd 12:22 Sturgis,C 25 yd field goal 7-68 UT 3rd 07:33 Johnson 1 yd run Kick failed 12-81 UF 3rd 03:15 Burton 75 yd run Sturgis kick 1-75 UF 3rd 00:30 Reed 23 yd pass from Driskel Sturgis kick 3-70 UF 4th 09:55 Hammond 75 yd pass from Driskel Sturgis kick 3-78 UF 4th 06:44 Sturgis,C 49 yd field goal 5-42

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Game 3

TOP Score 1:11 7-0 1:09 7-7 6:20 7-14 3:19 10-14 2:32 13-14 4:43 13-20 0:12 20-20 1:19 27-20 1:32 34-20 2:11 37-20

Stat Leaders >> tennessee

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Neal 23 87 0 20 3.8 Johnson 2 5 1 4 2.5 Lane 1 1 0 1 1.0 Bray 2 -10 0 0 -5.0 Totals 28 83 1 20 3.0 Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Bray 22-44-2 257 2 42 1 Receiving Patterson Hunter Rivera Rogers Neal Totals

No. Yds TD Long 8 75 1 18 5 76 0 42 4 47 1 20 3 39 0 27 2 20 0 12 22 257 2 42

>> FLORIDA

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Gillislee 18 115 0 45 6.4 Burton 3 86 2 75 28.7 Driskel 8 81 0 28 10.1 Patton 3 34 0 14 11.3 Jones,M. 5 9 0 5 1.8 Elam,M 1 5 0 5 5.0 Brown,M. 1 3 0 3 3.0 Debose,A. 2 1 0 8 0.5 Totals 43 331 2 75 7.7 Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Driskel 14-20-0 219 2 75 0 Receiving No. Yds Reed 5 60 Dunbar 3 30 Burton 2 38 Hammond 1 75 Patton 1 17 Joyer 1 5 Hines 1 -6 Totals 14 219

TD Long 1 23 0 20 0 32 1 75 0 17 0 5 0 0 2 75

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AKRON TENNESSEE

10 13 0 3 - 10 13 7 17 -

26 47

Sept. 22 | Neyland Stadium | Knoxville | 7:36 p.m. | Attendance: 81,719

Breakdown AKRON UT FIRST DOWNS 18 33 Rushing 5 10 Passing 12 20 Penalty 1 3 NET YARDS RUSHING 115 232 Rushing Attempts 26 46 Average Per Rush 4.4 5.0 Rushing Touchdowns 1 1 Yards Gained Rushing 138 251 Yards Lost Rushing 23 19 NET YARDS PASSING 229 401 Completions-Attempts-Int 27-49-3 27-43-1 Average Per Attempt 4.7 9.3 Average Per Completion 8.5 14.9 Passing Touchdowns 0 4 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 344 633 Total offense plays 75 89 Average Gain Per Play 4.6 7.1 Fumbles: Number-Lost 0-0 2-1 Penalties: Number-Yards 6-40 5-30 PUNTS-YARDS 5-227 2-81 Average Yards Per Punt 45.4 40.5 Net Yards Per Punt 36.4 38.5 Inside 20 2 1 50+ Yards 2 0 Touchbacks 0 0 Fair catch 1 1 KICKOFFS-YARDS 7-396 10-623 Average Yards Per Kickoff 56.6 62.3 Net Yards Per Kickoff 43.1 44.6 Touchbacks 2 5 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD 1-4-0 3-45-0 Average Per Return 4.0 15.0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD 4-77-0 4-54-0 Average Per Return 19.2 13.5 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD 1-44-1 3-35-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 28:36 31:24 1st Quarter 3:45 11:15 2nd Quarter 8:36 6:24 3rd Quarter 11:05 3:55 4th Quarter 5:10 9:50 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 15 5 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 0 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-4 8-8 Touchdowns 0-4 4-8 Field goals 3-4 4-8 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 1-4 PAT Kicks 2-2 5-5 Field Goals 4-4 4-4

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„ THE WRAPUP

For the Record •Tennessee Captains: Channing Fugate, Curt Maggitt, Zach Fulton, Zach Rogers. • The Vol For Life Legend of the Game was Lester McClain, a member of the Tennessee squad from 1967-70 and the first African-American to play football in the SEC, as he suited up for the Vols in 1967 and played in his first games at wingback in 1968. Game Notes • Tennessee is 13-1 all-time vs. teams from the Buckeye State. The Vols last lost to a team from Ohio in 1904. • Tyler Bray posted his second career 400-yard passing game and ninth career 300-yard passing contest. • Derrick Brodus tied a UT placekicker record with 17 points in a game. He matched Alex Walls (4 FG, 5 PAT vs. Wyoming, 2002), Fuad Reveiz (5 FG, 2 PAT vs. Memphis St., 1982) and Alan Duncan (5FG, 2 PAT vs. Kentucky, 1978) • The Vols produced 633 yards of total offense, marking the first time it reached the 600-mark since Sept. 5, 2009, when UT had 657 yards vs. Western Kentucky (380 rush, 277 pass). • Tennessee recorded its third game of 500+ yards of total offense in 2012. The last time the Vols accomplished that feat three times in a single season was 2004. • Tennessee had seven different rushers and five different receivers in the first quarter alone. The Vols finished with eight different rushers and 11 different receivers. All five touchdowns (four receiving, one rushing) were scored by different players.

Vols Zap Zips, 47-26 KNOXVILLE - Tennessee didn’t have much trouble moving the ball against Akron in Neyland Stadium. It didn’t have much trouble slowing down the Zips’ passing attack, either. But finding a comfortable margin on the scoreboard took the better part of three quarters before the Vols pulled away for a 47-26 victory in their last game before facing four straight ranked SEC opponents. Tennessee pulled away from the Zips (1-3) in the second half to reach 3-1 for the first time since 2006. But it took a fight to get there. Beginning its second possession of the second half tied, 23-23, Tennessee moved deep into Akron territory but appeared to be stopped when officials said tight end Mychal Rivera fumbled. A video review overturned the call, and the Vols scored three plays later to take the lead for good at 30-23. The Zips, though, drove for a field goal on their next possession, and it wasn’t until Justin Hunter scored on a 19-yard pass from Tyler Bray that Tennessee truly seemed in control. That score, which gave UT a 40-26 lead, was set up by an Eric Gordon interception one play earlier. Former walk-on Jacob Carter had his first career touchdown, giving the Vols a 47-26 lead. Kicker Derrick Brodus had four field goals for Tennessee, which topped 600 yards of total offense. Quarterback Tyler Bray finished with 401 yards passing, the second time in his career he’s thrown for more than 400 in a single game. It was a solid night on the ground for the Vols as well. Rajion Neal had a career-best 151 yards on 22 carries, and Tennessee finished with 232 yards rushing. Gaining yards wasn’t a problem for Tennessee all night long. In the first half, Tennessee outgained the Zips by more than 150 yards, but still ended the first half in a draw. Akron’s Avis Commack intercepted Bray in the first minute of the game, returning it 44 yards for a touchdown and a 7-0 lead. The Vols answered, driving 75 yards in 13 plays and tying the game on A.J. Johnson’s 2-yard touchdown run. The teams traded a pair of field goals -- Akron’s Robert Stein connecting from 45 and 32 yards and UT’s Brodus hitting from 37 and 23 yards -- before the Vols broke a 13-13 tie midway through the second quarter. Bray connected with Zach Rogers for a 48-yard gain to the Akron 5. Two plays later, he found tight end Brendan Downs -- playing in his first game this season after suffering a knee injury late in fall camp -- for a 6-yard touchdown. >> Scoring Summary Team Qtr Time Scoring Play Conversion Plays TOP Score AK 1st 14:25 Commack 44 yd INT return Stein kick 7-0 UT 1st 09:55 Johnson 2 yd run Brodus kick 13-75 4:30 7-7 UT 1st 06:55 Brodus 37 yd field goal 7-9 2:01 7-10 AK 1st 03:27 Stein 45 yd field goal 4-1 0:53 10-10 UT 2nd 14:53 Brodus 23 yd field goal 11-80 3:29 10-13 AK 2nd 10:40 Stein 32 yd field goal 12-60 4:13 13-13 UT 2nd 08:12 Downs 6 yd pass from Bray Brodus kick 7-75 2:28 13-20 AK 2nd 05:04 Stein 37 yd field goal 10-46 3:08 16-20 AK 2nd 02:14 Hines 70 yd run Stein kick 1-70 0:12 23-20 UT 2nd 01:03 Brodus 22 yd field goal 8-70 1:05 23-23 UT 3rd 06:47 Neal 3 yd pass from Bray Brodus kick 8-66 2:59 23-30 AK 4th 14:50 Stein 37 yd field goal 16-60 6:53 26-30 UT 4th 12:28 Brodus 28 yd field goal 7-53 2:17 26-33 UT 4th 09:02 Hunter 19 yd pass from Bray Brodus kick 1-19 0:07 26-40 UT 4th 06:34 Carter 24 yd pass from Bray Brodus kick 5-63 1:44 26-47

Stat Leaders >> tennessee

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Neal 22 151 0 29 6.9 Lane 9 47 0 14 5.2 King 1 18 0 18 18.0 Patterson 2 12 0 17 6.0 Watson 8 6 0 5 0.8 Howard 1 3 0 3 3.0 Johnson 2 2 1 2 1.0 Bray 1 -7 0 0 -7.0 Totals 46 232 1 29 5.0 Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Bray 27-43-1 401 4 48 0 Receiving No. Yds TD Long Hunter 8 115 1 25 Rogers 3 72 0 48 Neal 3 22 1 10 Lane 2 49 0 35 Rivera 2 43 0 24 Bartholomew 2 21 0 13 Patterson 2 20 0 13 Howard 2 18 0 13 Carter 1 24 1 24 Dallas 1 11 0 11 Downs 1 6 1 6 Totals 27 401 4 48

>> AKRON

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Hines 6 76 1 70 12.7 Chisholm 14 53 0 17 3.8 Hundley 2 8 0 5 4.0 Williams 1 -4 0 0 -4.0 TEAM 2 -8 0 0 -4.0 Williams 1 -10 0 0 -10.0 Totals 26 115 1 70 4.4 Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Williams 27-49-3 229 0 21 1 Receiving Suel D’Orazio Frieson Sconiers Williams Smith Fleming Totals

No. Yds TD Long 12 92 0 19 6 72 0 20 4 11 0 4 2 17 0 9 1 21 0 21 1 9 0 9 1 7 0 7 27 229 0 21


Game 5

10 20 7 7 - 21 9 21 0 -

44 51

Sept. 29 | Sanford Stadium | Athens, Ga. | 3:39 p.m. | Attendance: 92,746

Breakdown UT UGA FIRST DOWNS 26 20 Rushing 12 9 Passing 13 11 Penalty 1 0 NET YARDS RUSHING 197 274 Rushing Attempts 40 38 Average Per Rush 4.9 7.2 Rushing Touchdowns 3 5 Yards Gained Rushing 202 303 Yards Lost Rushing 5 29 NET YARDS PASSING 281 286 Completions-Attempts-Int 24-45-3 20-26-1 Average Per Attempt 6.2 11.0 Average Per Completion 11.7 14.3 Passing Touchdowns 2 2 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 478 560 Total offense plays 85 64 Average Gain Per Play 5.6 8.8 Fumbles: Number-Lost 1-1 2-2 Penalties: Number-Yards 6-35 6-40 PUNTS-YARDS 4-125 5-187 Average Yards Per Punt 31.2 37.4 Net Yards Per Punt 31.2 36.4 Inside 20 1 0 50+ Yards 1 0 Touchbacks 0 0 Fair catch 0 3 KICKOFFS-YARDS 8-468 8-499 Average Yards Per Kickoff 58.5 62.4 Net Yards Per Kickoff 46.2 44.0 Touchbacks 3 2 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD 1-5-0 1-0-0 Average Per Return 5.0 0.0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD 5-97-0 3-38-0 Average Per Return 19.4 12.7 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD 1-35-1 3-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 33:01 26:59 1st Quarter 6:04 8:56 2nd Quarter 8:54 6:06 3rd Quarter 9:15 5:45 4th Quarter 8:48 6:12 Third-Down Conversions 8 of 15 6 of 11 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 5-6 3-3 Touchdowns 4-6 3-3 Field goals 1-6 0-3 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-8 1-3 PAT Kicks 5-6 4-6 Field Goals 1-2 1-1

„ THE WRAPUP

For the Record • Tennessee Captains: Byron Moore, Justin Hunter, A.J. Johnson, Antonio Richardson • The loss snaps a 25-game win streak when scoring 28 or more points. • Tennessee entered the game with a perfect 177-0 record when scoring 40 or more points, dating back to the start of the program in 1891. Game Notes • The 95 combined points marked the eighth highest scoring game (non-overtime) in SEC history and the sixth highest-scoring game between two SEC opponents.. • The last time Tennessee allowed 50 points was in a four overtime win at Kentucky, 52-50, on Sept. 24, 2007. The last time it allowed that many points in regulation was in a 59-20 loss at Florida on Sept. 15, 2007. • Tennessee’s 30 first-half points were its most in any half of an SEC game since leading Ole Miss, 31-14, at the half on Nov. 13, 2010, en route to a 52-14 victory in Knoxville. • The 60 combined points in the first half were the most in an SEC game since 2004. • Byron Moore intercepted a pass from Aaron Murray and took it to the house in the first quarter. It was Moore’s fourth interception of the season and the first INT for a touchdown by a Vol since Eric Gordon’s game-winning interception in overtime against Vanderbilt on Nov. 19, 2011 in Knoxville.

Vols’ Comeback Comes Up Short, 51-44

ATHENS, Ga. - Tennessee’s afternoon in Sanford Stadium began with a 17-point deficit. It ended with turnovers on its last three possessions. But in between, the Vols showed plenty of resolve in pushing No. 5 Georgia to the brink before falling, 51-44. Georgia scored all of its 51 points in the first three quarters before UT’s defense, which gave up several big plays on the ground before and allowed the Bulldogs to gain 234 yards of total offense in the first quarter alone, dug in gave the offense a two chances to tie the game. Taking over at its 28-yard line with 7:31 to go and trailing by seven points, the Vols drove to the Georgia 50 before Sanders Commings intercepted a Tyler Bray at the Bulldogs’ 36. Georgia, which had just one first down in the fourth quarter, went three-and-out on its next possession, giving UT the ball at its 26 with 4:06 left. Tennessee moved the ball into Georgia territory and converted a key third down with an 11-yard completion to Cordarrelle Patterson to the Georgia 27. Four plays later, though, Bray fumbled trying to escape pressure and Georgia’s John Jenkins fell on the ball, effectively ending UT’s upset bid. The Vols had one last-ditch chance to try and tie the game, but Bray’s first pass from the UT 35 with 15 seconds left was tipped and intercepted by Commings. That Tennessee would even have a chance to tie the game in the fourth quarter seemed highly unlikely after the way Saturday’s game started. The Bulldogs scored on four of their first five possessions -- the lone exception an interception UT safety Byron Moore returned for a touchdown -- and had a 27-10 lead with 11 minutes remaining in the second half. Two lengthy touchdown runs, a 75-yarder by Keith Marshall and a 51-yarder by Todd Gurley, gave Georgia plenty of early momentum. While Georgia’s freshmen backs carried the day, Tennessee’s running game made a major improvement from where it was the last two games in this series. After rushing for a combined minus-12 yards the last two years against Georgia (a figure that includes negative yardage from quarterback sacks), the Vols ran for 197 this season. Neal had 104 of those rushing yards, and Tennessee’s offensive line got more dominant as the game went on. UT’s fourth-quarter touchdown drive had eight running plays, including the last six, ending with Neal’s 9-yard run.

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TENNESSEE #5 GEORGIA

>> Scoring Summary Team Qtr Time Scoring Play Conversion Plays TOP Score GA 1st 08:54 Gurley 2 yd run Morgan kick 13-84 6:06 0-7 UT 1st 07:44 Moore 35 yd INT return Brodus kick 7-7 GA 1st 07:31 Marshall 75 yd run Morgan kick 1-75 0:13 7-14 UT 1st 02:39 Brodus 34 yd field goal 10-58 4:46 10-14 GA 1st 00:11 Gurley 1 yd run Morgan kick 8-75 2:28 10-21 GA 2nd 11:48 Gurley 51 yd run Kick failed 2-56 0:50 10-27 UT 2nd 04:53 Johnson 1 yd run Brodus kick 10-50 3:06 17-27 UT 2nd 02:55 Rogers 4 yd pass from Bray Kick failed 3-8 1:19 23-27 UT 2nd 00:42 Neal 10 yd pass from Bray Brodus kick 4-18 1:00 30-27 GA 2nd 00:00 Morgan 50 yd field goal 4-33 0:37 30-30 GA 3rd 10:12 Bennett 8 yd pass from Murray Morgan kick 6-69 2:07 30-37 GA 3rd 06:32 Bennett 32 yd pass from Murray Kick blocked 4-46 1:46 30-43 UT 3rd 04:13 Patterson, C. 46 yd run Brodus kick 5-78 2:12 37-43 GA 3rd 03:06 Marshall 72 yd run Brown pass 3-81 1:02 37-51 UT 4th 08:56 Neal 9 yd run Palardy kick 13-60 4:20 44-51

Stat Leaders >> tennessee

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Neal 23 104 1 20 4.5 Patterson 3 55 1 46 18.3 Lane 8 22 0 6 2.8 Young 3 14 0 12 4.7 Johnson 1 1 1 1 1.0 Bray 1 1 0 0 1.0 Howard 1 0 0 0 0.0 Totals 40 197 3 46 4.9 Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Bray 24-45-3 281 2 62 1 Receiving No. Yds TD Long Rogers 6 51 1 22 Neal 5 53 1 17 Rivera 3 82 0 62 Hunter 3 46 0 18 Patterson 2 31 0 20 Lane 2 5 0 4 Bartholomew 1 8 0 8 Dallas 1 7 0 7 Howard 1 -2 0 0 Totals 24 281 2 62

>> GEORGIA Rushing Marshall Gurley TEAM Murray Mitchell Totals

Att Yds TD Long Avg. 10 164 2 75 16.4 24 130 3 51 5.4 1 -1 0 0 -1.0 2 -9 0 1 -4.5 1 -10 0 0 -10.0 38 274 5 75 7.2

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Murray 20-26-1 286 2 38 1 Receiving Bennett Mitchell Lynch King Wooten Rome Marshall Brown Gurley Totals

No. Yds TD Long 5 70 2 32 4 31 0 13 3 75 0 38 2 38 0 31 2 25 0 18 1 21 0 21 1 15 0 15 1 8 0 8 1 3 0 3 20 286 2 38

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TENNESSEE #19 MISS ST.

7 7 10 7 - 10 17 0 14 -

31 41

Oct. 13 | Davis Wade Stadium | Starkville, Miss. | 9:11 p.m. | Attendance: 57,831

Breakdown UT MSU FIRST DOWNS 18 26 Rushing 10 6 Passing 8 18 Penalty 0 2 NET YARDS RUSHING 213 142 Rushing Attempts 34 41 Average Per Rush 6.3 3.5 Rushing Touchdowns 1 2 Yards Gained Rushing 214 170 Yards Lost Rushing 1 28 NET YARDS PASSING 148 308 Completions-Attempts-Int 13-24-1 25-39-0 Average Per Attempt 6.2 7.9 Average Per Completion 11.4 12.3 Passing Touchdowns 2 3 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 361 450 Total offense plays 58 80 Average Gain Per Play 6.2 5.6 Fumbles: Number-Lost 2-1 0-0 Penalties: Number-Yards 6-64 1-10 PUNTS-YARDS 5-169 5-209 Average Yards Per Punt 33.8 41.8 Net Yards Per Punt 31.8 42.0 Inside 20 0 3 50+ Yards 1 1 Touchbacks 0 0 Fair catch 2 3 KICKOFFS-YARDS 6-376 7-376 Average Yards Per Kickoff 62.7 53.7 Net Yards Per Kickoff 46.0 27.7 Touchbacks 1 2 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD 1--1-0 1-10-0 Average Per Return -1.0 10.0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD 5-132-1 4-80-0 Average Per Return 26.4 20.0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 1-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 23:29 36:31 1st Quarter 4:50 10:10 2nd Quarter 2:26 12:34 3rd Quarter 11:18 3:42 4th Quarter 4:55 10:05 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 12 4 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 2 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-4 7-7 Touchdowns 3-4 5-7 Field goals 1-4 2-7 Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-18 0-0 PAT Kicks 4-4 5-5 Field Goals 1-1 2-3

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„ THE WRAPUP

For the Record • Tennessee Captains: Rajion Neal, Marlon Walls, Ja’Wuan James, Daniel McCullers • The Vols lead the series with the Bulldogs, 28-16-1. Game Notes • With a 98-yard kickoff return and an 11-yard reception, Cordarrelle Patterson became just the fifth player in Tennessee history with a touchdown via return and a either a touchdown by rushing or receiving. • The last Vol to return a conventional KO for a TD was Mark Jones against Alabama on Oct. 26, 2002. Bret Smith returned an onside kick 44 yards at South Carolina on Oct. 30, 2004 • With 21 tackles, A.J. Johnson became the first Vol with 20+ in a single game since Keith DeLong had 22 vs. Alabama in 1988. • Johnson’s 17 assisted tackles were the most for a single game in Tennessee history, breaking the previous mark of 13 set by four Vols, last by Lavoisier Fisher at Auburn in 1984. • Devrin Young finished as the Vols’ leading rusher with career highs in both rushing attempts (13) and rushing yards (58). • Ben Bartholomew caught his first career touchdown with a 10-yard grab in the fourth quarter. It was his 12th career catch. • Jacques Smith recorded his first sack of the season third of his career - and had four quarterback hurries in the contest. • After his second-quarter kickoff return for a touchdown, Cordarrelle Patterson was trending Worldwide on Twitter for the second time this year.

Vols Fall to No. 19 Mississippi State, 41-31

STARKVILLE, Miss. - For the first 30 minutes in Davis Wade Stadium, No. 19 Mississippi State was in control. For most of the second half, Tennessee moved into the driver’s seat. But the Vols were on the wrong end of a big turnover -- and an even bigger fourth-quarter drive -- in a 41-31 loss to Mississippi State in Starkville. The Bulldogs led by 13 points at halftime after out gaining the Vols by a nearly 3-to-1 margin in the first half. After the break, though, Tennessee’s defense plugged some holes and its offense scored 10 quick points to pull within three points at 27-24 midway through the third quarter. But starting with a huge play by star cornerback Johnthan Banks, the fourth quarter belonged to Mississippi State. Tailback Devrin Young, seeing lots of action in the second half after starter Rajion Neal left the game with an injury, broke free for a 10yard run to the UT 30. But at the end of the play, Banks pried the ball loose and fell on it, just barely remaining in bounds in front of Tennessee’s bench. Three plays later LaDarius Perkins scored from a yard out to give Mississippi State a 10-point lead with 7:58 remaining. The Vols countered immediately, needing just 2 minutes, 36 seconds to move the ball 65 yards for a touchdown. Ben Bartholomew grabbed a 10-yard pass from Tyler Bray for his first career touchdown, which closed the gap to the three points once more at 34-31 with a little more than 5 1/2 minutes to go. But that’s when Mississippi State dug in its heels and held on to the ball. The Bulldogs converted twice on third down and kept moving the chains, running out the final 5:22 and eventually scoring a 9-yard touchdown on an incredible catch by Malcolm Johnson on fourthand-goal with 9 seconds left. After that fourth-quarter fumble, the Vols never had another chance to tie or take the lead. The Vols’ loss also overshadowed a stellar night from junior receiver Cordarrelle Patterson, who became the first Tennessee player to score a touchdown on a kick return and a reception since Carl Pickens. And Patterson’s 98-yard kickoff return was one of very few highlights in a first half that saw Mississippi State out-gain the Vols 29793. What’s more, the Bulldogs did a fine job of turning those yards into points. Mississippi State scored on its first six possessions of the game, and three of those drives went for more than 65 yards. After MSU kicked a field goal on the game’s opening drive, the Vols took the lead with a 75-yard, 10-play drive that ended with a 6-yard touchdown run by Neal. MSU scored touchdowns on back-to-back drives to take a 17-7 lead, but Patterson brought the Vols within three points when he returned a kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown with 14:02 left in the second quarter. >> Scoring Summary Team Qtr Time Scoring Play Conversion Plays TOP Score MS 1st 12:21 Bell 31 yd field goal 8-73 2:39 0-3 UT 1st 08:51 Neal 6 yd run Palardy kick 10-75 3:30 7-3 MS 1st 03:09 Robinson 10 yd run Bell kick 10-65 5:42 7-10 MS 2nd 14:17 Green 13 yd pass from Prescott Bell kick 6-40 2:32 7-17 UT 2nd 14:02 Patterson 98 yd kickoff return Palardy kick 14-17 MS 2nd 09:29 Bell 24 yd field goal 10-66 4:26 14-20 MS 2nd 07:46 Green 7 yd pass from Russell Bell kick 4-33 1:43 14-27 UT 3rd 10:35 Palardy 38 yd field goal 10-62 4:19 17-27 UT 3rd 04:07 Patterson 11 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 15-86 5:03 24-27 MS 4th 07:58 L. Perkins 1 yd run Bell kick 3-30 1:14 24-34 UT 4th 05:22 Bartholomew 10 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 5-58 2:31 31-34 MS 4th 00:09 Johnson 9 yd pass from Russell Bell kick 12-75 5:13 31-41

Stat Leaders

>> tennessee

>> MISSISSIPPI STATE

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Bray 13-24-1 148 2 26 0

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Russell 23-37-0 291 2 29 2 Prescott 2-2-0 17 1 13 01

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Young 13 58 0 10 4.5 Patterson 3 57 0 34 19.0 Neal 9 40 1 11 4.4 Howard 4 30 0 16 7.5 Watson 2 13 0 14 6.5 Lane 2 9 0 5 4.5 Bray 1 6 0 6 6.0 Totals 34 213 1 34 6.3

Receiving No. Yds TD Long Rogers 3 35 0 19 Hunter 2 41 0 26 Patterson 2 25 1 14 Neal 2 11 0 9 Dallas 1 14 0 14 Bartholomew 1 10 1 10 Rivera 1 7 0 7 Howard 1 5 0 5 Totals 13 148 2 26

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Perkins 23 101 1 20 4.4 Robinson 6 41 1 11 6.8 Milton 1 3 0 3 3.0 Prescott 2 2 0 6 1.0 Russell 7 0 0 9 0.0 Team 1 -2 0 0 -2.0 Griffin 1 -3 0 0 -3.0 Totals 41 142 2 20 3.5

Receiving Bumphis Green Clark Smith Johnson Perkins Hemphill Hill Totals

No. Yds TD Long 7 93 0 25 6 71 2 29 3 44 0 24 3 31 0 20 2 34 1 25 2 25 0 14 1 5 0 5 1 5 0 5 25 308 3 2


Game 7

7 16 7 14 - 3 7 0 3 -

44 13

Oct. 20 | Neyland Stadium | Knoxville, Tenn. | 7:05 p.m. | Attendance: 102,455

Breakdown ALA UT FIRST DOWNS 23 11 Rushing 11 3 Passing 12 7 Penalty 0 1 NET YARDS RUSHING 233 79 Rushing Attempts 45 27 Average Per Rush 5.2 2.9 Rushing Touchdowns 2 1 Yards Gained Rushing 249 90 Yards Lost Rushing 16 11 NET YARDS PASSING 306 203 Completions-Attempts-Int 17-22-0 16-31-2 Average Per Attempt 13.9 6.5 Average Per Completion 18.0 12.7 Passing Touchdowns 4 0 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 539 282 Total offense plays 67 58 Average Gain Per Play 8.0 4.9 Fumbles: Number-Lost 2-1 1-0 Penalties: Number-Yards 4-23 2-15 PUNTS-YARDS 2-88 5-241 Average Yards Per Punt 44.0 48.2 Net Yards Per Punt 37.5 36.4 Inside 20 0 2 50+ Yards 0 2 Touchbacks 0 0 Fair catch 0 0 KICKOFFS-YARDS 8-498 4-234 Average Yards Per Kickoff 62.2 58.5 Net Yards Per Kickoff 38.4 37.0 Touchbacks 4 2 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD 4-59-0 1-13-0 Average Per Return 14.8 13.0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD 2-36-0 4-111-0 Average Per Return 18.0 27.8 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD 2-0-0 0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 36:47 23:13 1st Quarter 8:24 6:36 2nd Quarter 9:13 5:47 3rd Quarter 11:01 3:59 4th Quarter 8:09 6:51 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 12 2 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 0 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 3-4 Touchdowns 2-3 1-4 Field goals 1-3 2-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 2-15 PAT Kicks 5-6 1-1 Field Goals 1-3 2-2

„ THE WRAPUP

For the Record • Tennessee Captains: Justin Coleman, A.J. Johnson, James Stone, Cordarrelle Patterson. • The Vol For Life Legends of the Game were former UT head coach Phillip Fulmer and the 1997 SEC champion football team. More than 40 members of that squad were in attendance. • Fulmer also was honored tonight for his upcoming induction into the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame, which will take place in December. Game Notes • With Michael Palardy’s 32yard field goal, Tennessee became the first team this season to score on Alabama in the first quarter. The Crimson Tide entered the contest outscoring its foes 90-0 in the opening stanza. • Tennessee also is the first team to score first-quarter offensive points on the Tide since doing so on a 40-yard Palardy field goal on Oct. 22, 2011. • UT’s second-quarter TD was its first vs. Alabama since Tauren Poole rushed 65 yards for a score in 2010. • UT rushed for 79 yards vs. Alabama, which is the second highest total this season behind the 80 registered by Ole Miss. • After recording a careerbest 21 tackles vs. Mississippi State a week ago, A.J. Johnson turned in 14 vs. Alabama, giving him 35 stops in the last two games. • Justin Coleman had a career-high 13 tackles vs. Alabama. The sophomore recorded nine last week vs. Mississippi State and now has 29 this season.

Vols Lose 44-13 to No. 1 Alabama

KNOXVILLE - For the first 30 minutes in a sold-out Neyland Stadium, Tennessee played No. 1 Alabama as well as any team has all season. But the Crimson Tide proved too much in the second half, scoring 21 unanswered points to pull away for a 44-13 victory over the Vols. Alabama saw a 30-yard touchdown wiped off the board on its opening possession of the second half, and the drive ended three plays later with a missed field goal. That swing gave Tennessee an early opening in the second half, but it couldn’t find a way to put pressure on the defending BCS champions early. After going three-and-out on its next possession, UT stopped Alabama and got the ball back at the Alabama 42. But that drive stopped short on fourth down when the Tide stuffed A.J. Johnson on fourth-and-1. Alabama took off on a six-play drive, capped by a 42-yard touchdown pass to Amari Cooper to take a 30-10 lead. But Tennessee stormed back down the field on a 44-yard catchand-run to Justin Hunter. Two plays later, though, on second-and-13 from the Alabama 21, safety Robert Lester intercepted a Bray pass in the end zone. From there, Alabama was off to the races. Quarterback A.J. McCarron, connected with a wide open Kenny Bell on a 39-yard playaction pass to take a 37-10 lead. Then T.J. Yeldon broke free for 43 yards to give the Tide a 44-10 lead with 9:07 left. UT’s only second-half points came late in the fourth quarter, when an Alabama fumble helped set up a 21-yard field goal by Michael Palardy, his second of the game. Tennessee’s first half was more productive against Alabama, which entered the game with the nation’s top-ranked defense in every major statistical category. Cyrus Jones’ 32-yard punt return helped lead to Alabama’s first score of the game. Six plays later, McCarron hit Cooper for a 23-yard touchdown. The Vols struck back with a lengthy drive that stalled in the red zone. After moving to the Tide’s 9-yard line, a fumbled pitch to Cordarrelle Patterson on second down and an incomplete pass forced a 32-yard field goal by Palardy to make the score 7-3. That field goal marked the first time an opponent has scored in the first quarter against Alabama all season. After a missed Alabama field goal, the Vols’ next drive ended with an interception at the their 32-yard line. Four Yeldon runs later, the Tide had a 13-3 lead with 11:23 remaining in the first half. Following a three-and-out by Tennessee, McCarron found Cooper for a 54-yard gain to the UT 54. Two plays later McCarron again connected with Williams in the end zone for a 20-3 lead. Patterson, who has been electric on kickoff returns this season, took the ensuing kick 45 yards to the Bama 48 and two plays later, Bray hit Mychal Rivera for 43 yards all the way to Alabama 5. Following an Alabama penalty, A.J. Johnson scored his fourth touchdown of the season on a 2-yard run to make the score 20-10. Alabama added a 34-yard field goal with 1:24 remaining before the half. Tennessee’s 13-point deficit at halftime marked Alabama’s slimmest margin after two quarters this season. >> Scoring Summary Team Qtr Time Scoring Play Conversion Plays UA 1st 08:18 Cooper 23 yd pass from McCarron Shelley kick 6-47 UT 1st 03:38 Palardy 32 yd field goal 11-65 UA 2nd 11:23 Yeldon 1 yd run Kick failed 4-32 UA 2nd 06:55 Williams 1 yd pass from McCarron Shelley, kick 4-72 UT 2nd 05:32 Johnson 2 yd run Palardy kick 3-48 UA 2nd 01:24 Shelley 34 yd field goal 8-53 UA 3rd 02:56 Cooper 42 yd pass from McCarron Shelley kick 6-67 UA 4th 12:46 Bell 39 yd pass from McCarron Shelley kick 6-80 UA 4th 09:07 Yeldon 43 yd run Shelley kick 3-58 UT 4th 03:57 Palardy 21 yd field goal 6-21

Stat Leaders

TOP Score 3:10 7-0 4:33 7-3 1:44 13-3 1:45 20-3 1:11 20-10 4:01 23-10 3:31 30-10 3:33 37-10 1:21 44-10 2:00 44-13

>> tennessee

>> ALABAMA

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Bray 13-27-2 184 0 44 0 Worley 3-4-0 19 0 15 0 Totals 16-31-2 203 0 44 0

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack McCarron 17-22-0 306 4 54 2

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Lane 15 55 0 12 3.7 Young 5 21 0 7 4.2 Johnson 3 6 1 4 2.0 Howard 2 3 0 2 1.5 Patterson 2 -6 0 0 -3.0 Totals 27 79 1 12 2.9

GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

#1 ALABAMA TENNESSEE

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Yeldon 15 129 2 43 8.6 Lacy 17 79 0 14 4.6 Drake 4 22 0 10 5.5 Sims 4 10 0 4 2.5 Calloway 2 6 0 5 3.0 McCarron 3 -13 0 2 -4.3 Totals 45 233 2 43 5.2

Receiving No. Yds TD Long Receiving No. Yds TD Long Cooper 7 162 2 54 Lane 5 48 0 26 Lacy 3 18 0 7 Hunter 4 70 0 44 Bell 2 68 1 39 Young 2 -6 0 0 Norwood 2 43 0 35 Rivera 1 43 0 43 Williams 2 6 1 5 Patterson 1 25 0 25 Jones 1 9 0 9 Downs 1 15 0 15 Totals 17 306 4 54 Bartholomew 1 4 0 4 Howard 1 4 0 4 Totals 16 203 0 44 utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER 119


REVIEW Game 8

TENNESSEE 7 7 7 14 - #17 S. CAROLINA 7 21 7 3 -

35 38

Oct. 27 | Williams-Brice Stadium | Columbia, S.C. | 12 p.m. | Attendance: 80,250

Breakdown UT SC FIRST DOWNS 23 25 Rushing 5 9 Passing 18 15 Penalty 0 1 NET YARDS RUSHING 91 147 Rushing Attempts 27 46 Average Per Rush 3.4 3.2 Rushing Touchdowns 0 2 Yards Gained Rushing 95 180 Yards Lost Rushing 4 33 NET YARDS PASSING 381 363 Completions-Attempts-Int 28-44-1 23-33-1 Average Per Attempt 8.7 11.0 Average Per Completion 13.6 15.8 Passing Touchdowns 5 3 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 472 510 Total offense plays 71 79 Average Gain Per Play 6.6 6.5 Fumbles: Number-Lost 1-1 0-0 Penalties: Number-Yards 5-34 4-30 PUNTS-YARDS 5-200 5-216 Average Yards Per Punt 40.0 43.2 Net Yards Per Punt 32.0 40.2 Inside 20 1 1 50+ Yards 2 1 Touchbacks 1 1 Fair catch 0 1 KICKOFFS-YARDS 6-374 7-384 Average Yards Per Kickoff 62.3 54.9 Net Yards Per Kickoff 41.3 38.7 Touchbacks 3 2 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD 2--5-0 1-20-0 Average Per Return -2.5 20.0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD 4-63-0 3-66-0 Average Per Return 15.8 22.0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD 1-1-0 1-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 24:38 35:22 1st Quarter 7:17 7:43 2nd Quarter 5:33 9:27 3rd Quarter 6:27 8:33 4th Quarter 5:21 9:39 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 14 6 of 15 Fourth-Down Conversions 3 of 3 2 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-3 3-3 Touchdowns 2-3 2-3 Field goals 0-3 1-3 Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-25 1-6 PAT Kicks 5-5 5-5 Field Goals 0-0 1-1

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„ THE WRAPUP

For the Record • Tennessee Captains: Byron Moore, A.J. Johnson and James Stone. Game Notes • With 368 passing yards, UT quarterback Tyler Bray now has 6,114 for his career, moving him past Jeff Francis (5,867) into fifth all-time in Tennessee history. Bray entered today’s game with 5,746 career passing yards. Next on the list is Andy Kelly (1988-91) with 6,397 career passing yards. • Bray finished with 368 yards passing, his 10th career 300-yard passing game and fourth this season. He leads all active SEC quarterbacks. • Bray also unleashed for four touchdowns against the Gamecocks, the seventh time in his career he has done so and third time this season. • With his four TDs, Bray has 20 on the season, the first time he has hit the 20TD mark in a single season in his career, which ranks eighth on the single season TD list in a tie with Peyton Manning who threw for 20 in 1996. • Zach Rogers became the ninth player in Tennessee history to record three touchdown receptions in a single game with TD grabs of eight, 37 and 22 yards. • Freshman WR Pig Howard threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to tight end Mychal Rivera on the first play of the fourth quarter. The TD pass was the first by a non-quarterback for the Vols since WR Lucas Taylor threw a 56-yard TD pass to LaMarcus Coker against Georgia on Oct. 6, 2007.

Comeback Falls Short at #17 So. Carolina, 38-35

COLUMBIA, S.C. - For about 59 minutes on Saturday afternoon at Williams-Brice Stadium, Tennessee made South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney a non-factor. But Clowney’s lone sack of the game changed everything. Clowney forced a fumble with a blind-side hit on Tennessee’s Tyler Bray with barely a minute to go, spoiling the Vols’ chance for an upset on the road and securing a 38-35 victory for No. 13 South Carolina. Clowney’s last-minute play also spoiled a career day by Zach Rogers, who finished with three touchdowns and 107 yards on six catches. Rogers’ last touchdown - one in which he managed to drag his back foot in-bounds to secure the catch - pulled the Vols within three points midway through the fourth quarter. And Tennessee’s defense, which gave up 515 yards of total offense, managed to come through with a stop giving the Vols a chance to tie with a field goal or take the lead for the first time all day. But, as happened in a loss at Georgia, the Vols’ late opportunity turned into another tough loss. Until Clowney’s sack, Tennessee had done a great job securing the football - and limiting the Gamecocks’ fierce pass rush. Bray, who finished 27-of-43 passing for 368 yards and four touchdowns, and he helped the Vols rally for a chance late after trailing 28-14 at halftime. The Vols also trailed by 14 points after Ace Sanders’ 24-yard touchdown reception in third quarter, but Pig Howard’s touchdown pass to Mychal Rivera out of the Wildcat formation clipped the lead back to seven on the first play of the fourth quarter. South Carolina which scored on four of its six full-length possessions of the first half, only managed a field goal in the final quarter. The Vols also stopped the Gamecocks on a fourth down try near the UT 30-yard line. That was a departure from the first half, when Carolina converted a pair of fourth downs and rolled up nearly 300 yards of total offense. Carolina’s offense suffered a major blow midway through the second quarter when star running back Marcus Lattimore was carted off the field following a traumatic injury to his right knee. Players from both teams, including Herman Lathers and Eric Gordon, who tackled Lattimore on the play, gathered around the Gamecocks’ star as he was taken off the field. After MSU kicked a field goal on the game’s opening drive, the Vols took the lead with a 75-yard, 10-play drive that ended with a 6-yard touchdown run by Neal. MSU scored touchdowns on back-to-back drives to take a 17-7 lead, but Patterson brought the Vols within three points when he returned a kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown with 14:02 left in the second quarter. >> Scoring Summary Team Qtr Time Scoring Play Conversion Plays TOP Score SC 1st 09:24 Ellington 33 yd pass from Shaw Yates kick 9-81 4:19 0-7 UT 1st 06:29 Rogers, 8 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 10-75 2:55 7-7 SC 2nd 11:27 Anderson 26 yd pass from Shaw Yates kick 8-53 3:33 7-14 SC 2nd 08:22 Lattimore 28 yd run Yates kick 4-64 1:32 7-21 UT 2nd 05:21 Rogers 37 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 8-64 3:01 14-21 SC 2nd 00:14 Shaw 1 yd run Yates kick 10-67 3:10 14-28 UT 3rd 11:22 Dallas 61 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 6-80 2:00 21-28 SC 3rd 03:29 Sanders 24 yd pass from Shaw Yates kick 11-80 5:42 21-35 UT 4th 14:55 Rivera 13 yd pass from Howard Palardy kick 10-69 3:34 28-35 SC 4th 10:00 Yates 36 yd field goal 11-62 4:55 28-38 UT 4th 08:35 Rogers 22 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 4-67 1:25 35-38

Stat Leaders >> tennessee

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Lane 15 56 0 16 3.7 Patterson 3 21 0 9 7.0 Watson 2 12 0 12 6.0 Young 2 3 0 2 1.5 Johnson 2 2 0 2 1.0 Howard 1 1 0 1 1.0 Totals 27 91 0 16 3.4

>> SOUTH CAROLINA

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Bray 27-43-1 368 4 61 1 Howard 1-1-0 13 1 13 0 Totals 28-44-1 381 5 61 1

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Shaw 22-32-1 356 3 45 2 Strickland 1-1-0 7 0 7 0 Totals 23-33-1 363 3 45 2

Receiving Hunter Rogers Dallas Rivera Patterson Howard Lane Carter Totals

Receiving No. Yds TD Long Cunningham 6 108 0 45 Ellington 6 101 1 33 Sanders 5 79 1 24 Anderson 3 58 1 26 Lattimore 2 8 0 5 Miles 1 9 0 9 Totals 23 363 3 45

No. Yds TD Long 8 90 0 20 6 107 3 37 3 78 1 61 3 44 1 27 3 26 0 13 2 15 0 10 2 5 0 6 1 16 0 16 28 381 5 61

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Lattimore 11 65 1 28 5.9 Miles 10 34 0 15 3.4 Shaw 18 33 1 10 1.8 Davis 5 20 0 9 4.0 Sanders 1 -3 0 0 -3.0 Totals 46 147 2 28 3.2


Game 9

10 20 10 8 - 21 10 3 21 -

48 55

Nov. 3 | Neyland Stadium | Knoxville, Tenn. | 12 p.m. | Attendance: 84,189

Breakdown

„ THE WRAPUP

TROY UT For the Record FIRST DOWNS 34 35 • Tennessee Captains: HerRushing 9 9 man Lathers, Channing FuPassing 21 23 gate, Mychal Rivera, Zach Penalty 4 3 Rogers NET YARDS RUSHING 225 188 Game Notes Rushing Attempts 39 29 • The 103 combined points Average Per Rush 5.8 6.5 was the most in Neyland Rushing Touchdowns 3 2 Stadium history. Yards Gained Rushing 236 189 • It was the second most Yards Lost Rushing 11 1 combined points in UT hisNET YARDS PASSING 496 530 tory, ranking behind the 104 Completions-Attempts-Int 38-60-0 29-47-0 in a 104-0 UT victory over Average Per Attempt 8.3 11.3 American University on Oct. Average Per Completion 13.1 18.3 7, 1905. Passing Touchdowns 3 5 • The 103 points also TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 721 718 marked the fourth highest Total offense plays 99 76 scoring game (non-overAverage Gain Per Play 7.3 9.4 time) in SEC history and the Fumbles: Number-Lost 0-0 1-1 fourth game with over 95 Penalties: Number-Yards 8-76 10-98 points scored this season. PUNTS-YARDS 4-132 3-111 • The 718 yards of total ofAverage Yards Per Punt 33.0 37.0 fense was a Tennessee reNet Yards Per Punt 31.8 37.0 cord, topping the previous Inside 20 1 2 best of 695 it registered in a 59-31 win vs. Kentucky on 50+ Yards 0 0 Nov. 22, 1997. Touchbacks 0 0 Fair catch 1 3 • The 1,439 combined total yards was a Tennessee reKICKOFFS-YARDS 9-441 9-570 cord, overtaking the 1,329 Average Yards Per Kickoff 49.0 63.3 yards amassed by TennesNet Yards Per Kickoff 32.2 45.6 see and Kentucky on Nov. Touchbacks 2 2 22, 1997. Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD 0-0-0 2-5-0 • Troy’s 721 yards of opp. Average Per Return 0.0 2.5 total offense toppled the Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD 6-110-0 6-111-0 634 rolled up by Kentucky Average Per Return 18.3 18.5 on that same date in history. Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 • Tennessee tied a school Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 record for first downs in a Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 game, matching the 35 it Possession Time 37:32 22:28 had vs. Georgia on Oct. 11, 1st Quarter 8:18 6:42 1997. 2nd Quarter 10:35 4:25 • Prior to today, Tennessee 3rd Quarter 9:00 6:00 last had two 100-yard re4th Quarter 9:39 5:21 ceivers in the same game Third-Down Conversions 10 of 19 4 of 11 on Sept. 10, 2011, when Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 3 1 of 1 Justin Hunter (156 yards) Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-4 5-6 and Da’Rick Rogers (100) Touchdowns 3-4 3-6 accomplished that feat vs. Cincinnati. Field goals 1-4 2-6 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 0-0 • The 400 combined receivPAT Kicks 4-5 7-7 ing yards by Cordarrelle Patterson and Justin Hunter Field Goals 2-2 2-3 today were the most in school history by a receiving duo.

Bray Lifts Vols to 55-48 Homecoming Win Over Troy

KNOXVILLE - On Saturday afternoon, Tyler Bray threw for more yards than anyone who’s ever worn a Tennessee uniform. The Vols would need almost every single one to escape with a 5548 victory over Troy on Homecoming in Neyland Stadium. Bray set the record -- eclipsing Peyton Manning’s career-high mark of 523 yards -- with a 24-yard completion to Justin Hunter on third down, one play before Marlin Lane’s 9-yard touchdown run gave the Vols the lead for good with 1:25 remaining. Bray finished with 530 yards on 29-of-47 passing with five touchdowns. He did not throw an interception. After falling behind 40-34 in the third quarter after 10 unanswered points by Troy, Tennessee took a 41-40 lead on a 23-yard touchdown pass from Bray to Rajion Neal with 13:38 to go, ending a 90-yard drive. The Vols had a chance to add to that lead, but their next drive ended in a punt, and Troy took possession at the UT 6-yard line with 4:40 remaining. The Trojans needed just three plays to reach the end zone. Eric Thomas pulled down Cory Robinson’s pass with one hand and -never breaking stride -- raced 67 yards to the end zone to give Troy a 46-41 lead with 3:14 to go. Thomas caught a two-point conversion to give the Trojans a 48-41 advantage. The Vols answered in just 16 seconds, tying the game, when Bray hit Justin Hunter on a crossing route. Michael Palardy’s extra point made the score 48-48 with 2:54 remaining. Tennessee’s defense made a key stop, forcing the Trojans to go three-and-out on their ensuing possession and paving the way for the Vols’ game-winning touchdown drive. While Bray set one of UT’s most prestigious records, the Vols’ defense set a dubious mark of its own. Troy gained 721 yards of offense, nearly 100 more than the Vols’ previous high of 634 yards allowed against Kentucky in 1997. Bray had 313 yards passing in the first half, breaking his own record, set against Memphis in 2010, for most yards passing a half.

GENERAL STAFF PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY

TROY TENNESSEE

>> Scoring Summary Team Qtr Time Scoring Play Conversion Plays TOP Score TROY 1st 11:09 Scott 37 yd field goal 10-59 3:51 3-0 UT 1st 07:36 Patterson 14 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 13-65 3:33 3-7 TROY 1st 04:42 Southward 7 yd run Scott kick 8-75 2:54 10-7 UT 1st 03:03 Lane 17 yd run Palardy kick 4-53 1:31 10-14 UT 1st 00:44 Hunter 21 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 5-47 1:30 10-21 UT 2nd 11:06 Hunter 40 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 2-81 0:37 10-28 TROY 2nd 06:40 Southward 1 yd run Scott kick 12-72 4:19 17-28 TROY 2nd 04:37 Reeves 51 yd pass from Anthony Scott kick failed 2-66 0:31 23-28 TROY 2nd 01:12 Anthony 28 yd run Scott kick 7-79 2:21 30-28 UT 2nd 00:00 Palardy 21 yd field goal 6-73 1:12 30-31 UT 3rd 11:47 Palardy 31 yd field goal 7-55 3:06 30-34 TROY 3rd 07:31 Thomas 3 yd pass from Anthony Scott kick 9-65 4:16 37-34 TROY 3rd 00:34 Scott 42 yd field goal 12-72 4:44 40-34 UT 4th 13:38 Neal 23 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 8-90 1:50 40-41 TROY 4th 03:14 Thomas 67 yd pass from Robinson Thomas pass 3-93 1:26 48-41 UT 4th 02:54 Hunter 46 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 1-61 0:16 48-48 UT 4th 01:25 Lane 9 yd run Palardy kick 6-66 0:46 48-55

Stat Leaders >> tennessee

>> TROY

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Bray 29-47-0 530 5 58 0

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Robinson 30-46-0 393 1 67 0 Anthony 8-12-0 103 2 51 0 Totals 38-60-0 496 3 67 0

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Lane 19 132 2 37 6.9 Neal 7 32 0 17 4.6 Patterson 2 13 0 14 6.5 Howard 1 11 0 11 11.0 Totals 29 188 2 37 6.5

Receiving No. Yds TD Long Patterson 9 219 1 58 Hunter 9 181 3 46 Lane 2 31 0 18 Rogers 2 26 0 18 Howard 2 9 0 7 Neal 1 23 1 23 Dallas 1 14 0 14 Bartholomew 1 12 0 12 Carter 1 8 0 8 Rivera 1 7 0 7 Totals 29 530 5 58

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Southward 16 101 2 39 6.3 Anthony 5 51 1 28 10.2 Albert 8 35 0 13 4.4 Taylor 6 17 0 7 2.8 Totals 39 225 3 39 5.8

Receiving No. Yds TD Long Albert 7 39 0 11 Thomas 6 147 2 67 Taylor 6 25 0 8 Reeves 5 144 1 51 Worthy 5 61 0 37 Robinson 3 43 0 18 Williams 2 38 0 32 Southward 2 1 0 3 Totals 38 496 3 67

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REVIEW Game 10

MISSOURI TENNESSEE

7 0 14 7 23 - 7 14 7 0 20 -

51 48

Nov. 10 | Neyland Stadium | Knoxville, Tenn. | 12:21 p.m. | Attendance: 89,272

Breakdown MU UT FIRST DOWNS 20 32 Rushing 9 11 Passing 11 21 Penalty 0 0 NET YARDS RUSHING 228 153 Rushing Attempts 49 36 Average Per Rush 4.7 4.2 Rushing Touchdowns 2 3 Yards Gained Rushing 250 171 Yards Lost Rushing 22 18 NET YARDS PASSING 226 432 Completions-Attempts-Int 19-33-1 38-55-0 Average Per Attempt 6.8 7.9 Average Per Completion 11.9 11.4 Passing Touchdowns 4 4 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 454 585 Total offense plays 82 91 Average Gain Per Play 5.5 6.4 Fumbles: Number-Lost 1-1 2-1 Penalties: Number-Yards 2-10 11-80 PUNTS-YARDS 5-248 5-222 Average Yards Per Punt 49.6 44.4 Net Yards Per Punt 45.4 38.0 Inside 20 3 1 50+ Yards 2 2 Touchbacks 0 1 Fair catch 0 1 KICKOFFS-YARDS 5-265 5-308 Average Yards Per Kickoff 53.0 61.6 Net Yards Per Kickoff 32.6 30.2 Touchbacks 0 1 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD 1-12-0 3-21-0 Average Per Return 12.0 7.0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD 3-132-1 5-102-0 Average Per Return 44.0 20.4 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 1-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 1-33-0 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 30:12 29:48 1st Quarter 4:41 10:19 2nd Quarter 6:45 8:15 3rd Quarter 9:26 5:34 4th Quarter 9:20 5:40 OT Quarter 0:00 0:00 Third-Down Conversions 8 of 20 5 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 4 of 5 1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-4 7-9 Touchdowns 3-4 7-9 Field goals 1-4 0-9 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-7 1-6 PAT Kicks 6-6 6-6 Field Goals 1-1 0-1

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„ THE WRAPUP

For the Record • Tennessee Captains: Tyler Bray, Cordarrelle Patterson, Byron Moore and Daniel Hood. • The Vol For Life Legend of the Game was Condredge Holloway, who was a quarterback for the Vols from 1972-74. Game Notes • The game was the first overtime match-up between SEC teams in the 2012 season, and the first SEC overtime game for Mizzou. • Heading into the game, Tennessee and Missouri were tied for the most overtime wins in NCAA history with 10. Missouri now owns the most OT wins in NCAA history with an 11-4. Tennessee is now 10-4. • The game marked the fifth 500+ yard game in total offense for Tennessee this season, the most since 1997 when the Vols tallied six games of 500 or more yards in total offense. • Senior Mychal Rivera finished with a team-high 10 catches for 129 yards and a touchdown. It was a career high for the redshirt senior in both catches and yards. • The Vols scored three rushing touchdowns none of which came by a running back. Wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson had a 5-yard rush, linebacker A.J. Johnson had a 3-yard rush Tyler Drummer raced in for a 5-yard TD on a fake field goal. • Daniel McCullers forced his first career fumble, while LaDarrell McNeil picked up his first career fumble recovery for a 33-yard return. It was the first fumble return for Tennessee this year.

Vols Fall to Missouri in Fourth Overtime, 51-48

KNOXVILLE - For three overtimes, Tennessee and Missouri stayed on serve. But a failed fourth-down conversion by the Vols led to a Missouri field goal and sent Tennessee to a 51-48 defeat in Neyland Stadium. Andrew Baggett’s 35-yard field goal was the difference. UT led 21-7 at halftime after its defense, maligned for giving up a school-record 721 yards last week to Troy, surrendered just 64 yards in the first half. Running back Kendial Lawrence began the second half with a 77-yard touchdown run, pulling the Tigers within a touchdown and signaling an unfortunate reversal for UT’s defense. In the final two quarters, UT saw its lead fall away as it surrendered 303 yards of offense to the Tigers. Lawrence again scored on a 1-yard touchdown run to make the score 28-21 with 4:12 remaining in the third quarter. Tennessee clung to that seven-point lead as Missouri embarked on an 11-play drive on its final possession in regulation. Tigers quarterback James Franklin twice completed passes on fourth down, first connecting with Marcus Lucas for a 17-yard gain to the UT 23-yard line. The next one was even tougher to take. Facing fourth-and-12 from the UT 25 with less than a minute remaining, Franklin was able to buy time in the pocket before finding Dorial Green-Beckham in the end zone with 47 seconds to go. Baggett’s extra point tied the game at 28-28. In the first overtime period, Jimmie Hunt -- whose 87-yard kickoff return touchdown was the Tigers’ only score in the first half -scored on Mizzou’s second play. The Vols answered, with Bray finding Rajion Neal for an 8-yard touchdown and tying the game at 35-35. In the second overtime, Tennessee lined up for a field goal at the 5-yard line, but holder Tyler Drummer ran a called fake in for the score and a 42-35 lead. Missouri answered three plays later on third down, when Franklin connected with Marcus Lucas to tie the game and force another extra period. Both teams scored in the third overtime, but neither was able to convert the mandatory two-point try, sending the Vols to a fourth overtime for the first time since their 2007 win at Kentucky that clinched its last SEC East title. This time, though, Tennessee’s day didn’t end with a celebration. Tyler Bray, who finished with more than 400 yards passing for the third time this season, completed a 7-yard pass to Marlin Lane on first down. His next three passes fell incomplete, including one in the end zone intended for Justin Hunter. Missouri took over and ran the ball twice before Baggett’s gamewinning field goal. >> Scoring Summary Team Qtr Time Scoring Play Conversion Plays TOP Score UT 1st 04:08 Patterson 5 yd run Palardy kick 9-88 3:24 0-7 MU 1st 03:55 Hunt 87 yd kickoff return Baggett kick 7-7 UT 2nd 09:56 Johnson 3 yd run Palardy kick 12-73 4:57 7-14 UT 2nd 04:10 Rivera 21 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 9-78 3:16 7-21 MU 3rd 14:38 Lawrence 77 yd run Baggett kick 1-77 0:15 14-21 UT 3rd 08:03 Howard 16 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 3-30 1:12 14-28 MU 3rd 04:12 Lawrence 1 yd run Baggett kick 9-65 3:51 21-28 MU 4th 00:47 G.-Beckham 25 yd pass from Franklin Baggett kick 11-76 3:56 28-28 MU OT --- Hunt 24 yd pass from Franklin Baggett kick 2-25 0:00 35-28 UT OT --- Neal 8 yd pass from Bray, T. Palardy kick 3-25 0:00 35-35 UT OT --- Drummer 5 yd run Palardy kick 5-25 0:00 35-42 MU OT --- Lucas 18 yd pass from Franklin Baggett kick 3-25 0:00 42-42 MU OT --- G.-Beckham 10 yd pass from Franklin Pass failed 4-25 0:00 48-42 UT OT --- Hunter 13 yd pass from Bray Pass failed 5-25 0:00 48-48 MU OT --- Baggett 35 yd field goal 4-8 0:00 51-48

Stat Leaders

>> tennessee

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Neal 15 62 0 13 4.1 Lane 8 47 0 12 5.9 Patterson 5 28 1 15 5.6 Bray 3 7 0 9 2.3 Drummer 1 5 1 5 5.0 Johnson 1 3 1 3 3.0 Totals 36 153 3 15 4.2 Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Bray 37-54-0 404 4 43 1 Patterson 1-1-0 28 0 28 0 Receiving No. Yds TD Long Rivera 10 129 1 28 Hunter 9 141 1 43 Lane 7 26 0 13 Rogers 4 32 0 12 Patterson 3 53 0 22 Neal 2 12 1 8 Downs 1 18 0 18 Howard 1 16 1 16 Bartholomew 1 5 0 5 Totals 38 432 4 43

>> MISSOURI

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Lawrence 21 153 2 77 7.3 Franklin 17 43 0 23 2.5 Murphy 8 28 0 9 3.5 Hansbrough 3 4 0 5 1.3 Totals 49 228 2 77 4.7 Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Franklin 19-32-1 226 4 40 1 Barrow 0-1-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 19-33-1 226 4 40 1 Receiving No. Yds TD Long Lucas 5 51 1 18 Moe 3 33 0 15 McGaffie 3 15 0 8 Murphy 3 7 0 5 Sasser 2 61 0 40 G.-Beckham 2 35 2 25 Hunt 1 24 1 24 Totals 19 226 4 40


TENNESSEE VANDERBILT

0 10 0 8 - 3 10 21 7 -

18 41

Nov. 17 | Vanderbilt Stadium | Nashville, Tenn. | 6:05 p.m. | Attendance: 40,350

Breakdown UT VU FIRST DOWNS 19 15 Rushing 7 9 Passing 10 5 Penalty 2 1 NET YARDS RUSHING 149 194 Rushing Attempts 33 40 Average Per Rush 4.5 4.8 Rushing Touchdowns 0 2 Yards Gained Rushing 174 209 Yards Lost Rushing 25 15 NET YARDS PASSING 154 248 Completions-Attempts-Int 19-41-3 14-28-1 Average Per Attempt 3.8 8.9 Average Per Completion 8.1 17.7 Passing Touchdowns 1 3 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 303 442 Total offense plays 74 68 Average Gain Per Play 4.1 6.5 Fumbles: Number-Lost 1-0 2-0 Penalties: Number-Yards 9-64 12-90 PUNTS-YARDS 7-305 7-332 Average Yards Per Punt 43.6 47.4 Net Yards Per Punt 40.7 31.9 Inside 20 3 2 50+ Yards 3 2 Touchbacks 0 0 Fair catch 1 4 KICKOFFS-YARDS 3-179 8-465 Average Yards Per Kickoff 59.7 58.1 Net Yards Per Kickoff 45.3 38.9 Touchbacks 0 1 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD 2-109-1 3-20-0 Average Per Return 54.5 6.7 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD 7-129-0 3-43-0 Average Per Return 18.4 14.3 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD 1-0-0 3-69-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 25:49 34:11 1st Quarter 6:57 8:03 2nd Quarter 8:03 6:57 3rd Quarter 6:59 8:01 4th Quarter 3:50 11:10 Third-Down Conversions 2 of 15 5 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 3 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 5-7 Touchdowns 1-2 3-7 Field goals 1-2 2-7 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 2-15 PAT Kicks 1-1 5-5 Field Goals 1-1 2-2

„ THE WRAPUP

For the Record • #22 Rod Wilks, #39 Ben Bartholomew, #64 James Stone, #74 Antonio Richardson, #78 Alex Bullard, #83 Zach Rogers and #87 Jacob Carter • All seven Tennessee captains are also Nashville-area natives. Game Notes • With five catches, wide receiver Justin Hunter has 70 receptions on the season, placing him fourth on the UT single-season chart. • His 39 receiving yards pushed his season total to 1,018, just the seventh receiver in school history to surpass the 1,000-yard mark in a single season and putting him sixth all-time on the single season receiving yards list. • With his 81-yard punt return for a TD, Cordarrelle Patterson became the first player in 2012 to score a touchdown four ways; receiving, rushing, punt return for a TD and kick return for a TD. • With the punt return for a TD, Patterson became the second Vol to record both a punt return and a kick return for a TD in the same season. The last Vol to do so was Bobby Gordon in 1957. • Patterson is just the fourth to have a punt return and kickoff return for a TD in a career at Tennessee, joining Gordon (1955-57), Stanley Morgan (1973-76) and Willie Gault (1979-82). • It was Tennessee’s first punt return for a TD since Mark Smith returned one 53 yards against Vanderbilt on Nov. 22, 2003, and the longest punt return for a TD since Terry Fair returned one 86 yards against Arkansas in 1996.

Vols Fall at Vanderbilt, 41-18

NASHVILLE - Tennessee’s offense never got going, and the Vols fell to Vanderbilt, 41-18, on Saturday night in Vanderbilt Stadium. After averaging 37 points a game through its first 10 games of the season, Tennessee struggled to find a rhythm offensively. Vanderbilt had no such issues during a 21-0 third quarter run that put the game all but out of reach for Tennessee. Trailing by three points at halftime, Tennessee stumbled out of the gate in the third quarter, going three-and-out to the start the second half. Vanderbilt receiver Jordan Matthews took an end around 47 yards for a touchdown on the Commodores’ third play, giving Vanderbilt a 20-10 lead. Tennessee’s next drive ended early, when Andre Hal intercepted Tyler Bray and returned the ball to the UT 4. Two plays later, tailback Wesley Tate threw a 3-yard jump pass to Kris Kentera for a touchdown and a 27-10 lead. After two quick scores, Vanderbilt went on an 11-play, 59-yard drive that ended with a 10-yard run by Zac Stacy on a direct snap that put Tennessee in a 24-point hole. In the third quarter, Tennessee managed just one first down, a 30-yard run by Marlin Lane on its final possession of the quarter. Vandy stopped UT on fourth down four plays later, though, ending the drive at the Vanderbilt 32. Cordarrelle Patterson provided Tennessee’s lone score of the second half on an 81-yard punt return with 6:15 remaining. Patterson has now scored touchdowns by rushing, receiving, kickoff return and punt return this season. Vanderbilt (7-4, 5-3) took a 3-0 lead on its opening drive, set up by Stacy’s 72-yard run on Vandy’s opening play from scrimmage. Tennessee pulled ahead 7-3 early in the second quarter when a 59-yard drive ended with a 14-yard touchdown pass from Bray to Zach Rogers. After a Vandy three-and-out, the Commodores intercepted Bray on a tipped pass two plays into UT’s next drive. That turnover led to a field goal -- and it also led to an appearance by backup quarterback Justin Worley. Worley’s first drive ended when Hal intercepted his pass and took it to the UT 17. Rodgers connected with Chris Boyd for a 13-7 lead that the Commodores never gave up. Worley returned for the final possession of the first half and led the Vols 51 yards for a field goal with 14 seconds left in the first half. Vanderbilt’s win was its first over Tennessee in Nashville since 1982, and it marks the Commodores’ second victory in the series’ last 30 games.

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>> Scoring Summary Team Qtr Time Scoring Play Conversion Plays TOP Score VU 1st 12:17 Spear 19 yd field goal 5-76 2:43 0-3 UT 2nd 10:47 Rogers 14 yd pass from Bray Palardy, kick 7-59 2:02 7-3 VU 2nd 06:56 Spear 27 yd field goal 8-29 2:43 7-6 VU 2nd 03:12 Boyd 11 yd pass from Rodgers Spear kick 3-17 1:20 7-13 UT 2nd 00:14 Palardy 28 yd field goal 10-51 2:58 10-13 VU 3rd 12:17 Matthews 47 yd run Fowler kick 3-85 1:19 10-20 VU 3rd 10:10 Kentera 3 yd pass from Tate Spear kick 2-4 1:05 10-27 VU 3rd 01:53 Stacy 10 yd run Fowler kick 11-59 4:53 10-34 VU 4th 09:52 Matthews 71 yd pass from Rodgers Fowler kick 3-78 1:26 10-41 UT 4th 06:15 Patterson 81 yd punt return Lane rush 18-41

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Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Lane 16 108 0 30 6.8 Neal 13 61 0 19 4.7 Howard 2 -5 0 1 -2.5 Bray 2 -15 0 0 -7.5 Totals 33 149 0 30 4.5 Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Bray 11-29-2 103 1 20 2 Worley 8-11-1 51 0 17 0 Palardy 0-1-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 19-41-3 154 1 20 2 Receiving No. Yds TD Long Hunter 5 39 0 11 Lane 5 37 0 11 Patterson 3 52 0 20 Howard 2 -9 0 0 Rogers 1 14 1 14 Rivera 1 13 0 13 Bartholomew 1 10 0 10 Neal 1 -2 0 0 Totals 19 154 1 20

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Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Stacy 17 85 1 29 5.0 Matthews 1 47 1 47 47.0 Tate 13 40 0 13 3.1 Kimbrow 4 15 0 11 3.8 Rodgers 3 9 0 9 3.0 TEAM 2 -2 0 0 -1.0 Totals 40 194 2 47 4.8 Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Rodgers 13-26-1 245 2 72 0 Tate 1-1-0 3 1 3 0 Stacy 0-1-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 14-28-1 248 3 72 0 Receiving Matthews Boyd Stacy Tate Kentera Totals

No. Yds TD Long 7 115 1 71 3 35 1 17 2 86 0 72 1 9 0 9 1 3 1 3 14 248 3 72

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Nov. 24 | Neyland Stadium | Knoxville, Tenn. | 12:22 p.m. | Attendance: 81,841

Breakdown UK UT FIRST DOWNS 23 23 Rushing 6 8 Passing 13 14 Penalty 4 1 NET YARDS RUSHING 167 164 Rushing Attempts 37 32 Average Per Rush 4.5 5.1 Rushing Touchdowns 1 1 Yards Gained Rushing 196 192 Yards Lost Rushing 29 28 NET YARDS PASSING 245 293 Completions-Attempts-Int 30-47-0 20-34-0 Average Per Attempt 5.2 8.6 Average Per Completion 8.2 14.6 Passing Touchdowns 1 4 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 412 457 Total offense plays 84 66 Average Gain Per Play 4.9 6.9 Fumbles: Number-Lost 0-0 1-0 Penalties: Number-Yards 3-25 7-59 PUNTS-YARDS 5-240 5-213 Average Yards Per Punt 48.0 42.6 Net Yards Per Punt 46.0 43.0 Inside 20 1 4 50+ Yards 4 1 Touchbacks 0 0 Fair catch 1 2 KICKOFFS-YARDS 4-169 7-424 Average Yards Per Kickoff 42.2 60.6 Net Yards Per Kickoff 27.5 42.6 Touchbacks 0 1 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD 1--2-0 1-10-0 Average Per Return -2.0 10.0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD 5-101-0 4-59-0 Average Per Return 20.2 14.8 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 34:26 25:34 1st Quarter 7:37 7:23 2nd Quarter 9:18 5:42 3rd Quarter 10:38 4:22 4th Quarter 6:53 8:07 Third-Down Conversions 10 of 21 4 of 11 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 3 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-3 2-2 Touchdowns 1-3 1-2 Field goals 1-3 1-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-14 4-25 PAT Kicks 2-2 4-5 Field Goals 1-2 1-1

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„ THE WRAPUP For the Record • #34 Herman Lathers, #86 Willie Bohannon, #71 Dallas Thomas and #83 Zach Rogers. • The rest of Tennessee’s seniors were secondary captains. • The Vol For Life Legend of the Game was Heath Shuler, who quarterbacked UT from 1991-93. Game Notes • Tyler Bray recorded his 31st, 32nd, 33rd and 34th touchdown passes of the season and ran his career total to 68. • 34 TD passes in a season ranks second only to Peyton Manning’s 36 in 1997. • Justin Hunter moved into second place on the singleseason receptions list, hauling in 73 balls in 2012. • After catching three passes for 65 yards vs. Kentucky, Hunter finished third on UT’s single-season receiving yards list with 1,083. • Cordarrelle Patterson moved past Reggie Cobb as Tennessee’s single season record-holder for allpurpose yards. • With 32 kick return yards, Patterson also moved into third on UT’s single-season kickoff return yards list. • A.J. Johnson scored his sixth touchdown of 2012 from the “Beast Package,” carrying the ball into the end zone from two yards out in the first quarter. • UT recorded a seasonbest four sacks vs. Kentucky, the most by the Vols since they had five vs. Memphis on Nov. 6, 2010. • UT finished the 2012 campaign with 5,711 yards, ranking second in school history behind only the 5,794 registered by the 1997 SEC Championship squad.

Vols Send Seniors Out with 37-17 Win Over Kentucky KNOXVILLE - Tennessee said goodbye to its seniors with a 37-17 victory over Kentucky. Its offense, the brightest spot in an otherwise difficult season, again led the way behind quarterback Tyler Bray and a slew of skill players. Tight end Mychal Rivera, and receivers Cordarrelle Patterson, Justin Hunter and Zach Rogers all caught touchdown passes in the final game of Tennessee’s 5-7 season. Rivera and Patterson helped break the game open with thirdquarter touchdowns, turning a 3-point lead into a comfortable margin down the stretch. Rivera’s 29-yard grab ended a 61-yard drive that gave UT a 2717 lead after the Wildcats began the second half with 7 1/2-minute drive that ended in a field goal. Patterson’s 21-yard catch gave the Vols a 34-17 lead, and Kentucky never got any closer the rest of the way. The Vols now wait to see who will be back for 2013. Besides players like Bray, Hunter and Patterson, who will choose between another season at UT and entering the NFL Draft, Tennessee will also have a new head coach next season. Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Dave Hart announced last Sunday that Derek Dooley would not return next season. Offensive coordinator Jim Chaney led the Vols on Saturday as interim head coach. Shortly after Chaney greeted each of UT’s seniors on their final trip through the ‘T,’ the Vols opened with an 80-yard touchdown drive that ended with a 21-yard pass from Bray to Rogers barely more than 2 minutes into the game. Kentucky answered right back, converting twice on third down, including a 29-yard pass to Jonathan George on third-and-1 that set up a 1-yard touchdown pass to D.J. Warren three plays later. Kentucky tried to catch the Vols off guard on the ensuing kickoff, but Jacob Carter fielded a short kick and returned it 15 yards to the Kentucky 38. Four plays later, linebacker A.J. Johnson scored his team-leading sixth rushing touchdown to give UT a 14-7 lead 6:01 to go in the first quarter. The Vols added to that lead on a 42-yard catch and run by Hunter, who finished with three catches for 65 yards on Saturday. Those three receptions left him four short of Marcus Nash’s single-season record of 76, set in 1997. >> Scoring Summary Team Qtr Time Scoring Play Conversion Plays UT 1st 12:52 Rogers 21 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 8-80 Warren 1 yd pass from Whitlow McIntosh kick 11-75 UK 1st 07:42 UT 1st 06:01 Johnson 2 yd run Palardy kick 4-38 UT 2nd 12:24 Hunter 42 yd pass from Bray Kick blocked 6-64 McIntosh kick 6-73 UK 2nd 10:18 George 45 yd run UK 3rd 07:31 McIntosh 29 yd field goal 15-63 UT 3rd 05:24 Rivera 29 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 6-61 UT 3rd 01:31 Patterson 21 yd pass from Bray Palardy kick 5-79 UT 4th 05:38 Palardy 33 yd field goal 5-51

TOP Score 2:08 0-7 5:10 7-7 1:35 7-14 1:35 7-20 1:59 14-20 7:23 17-20 2:02 17-27 2:12 17-34 1:54 17-37

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Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Bray 20-34-0 293 4 42

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Whitlow 29-45-0 225 1 29 4 McCaskill 0-1-0 0 0 0 0 Towles 1-1-0 20 0 20 0 Totals 30-47-0 245 1 29 4

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. Lane 10 75 0 45 7.5 Neal 9 53 0 15 5.9 Patterson 2 38 0 22 19.0 Bartholomew 2 10 0 7 5.0 Watson 3 7 0 5 2.3 Johnson 1 2 1 2 2.0 Howard 1 -1 0 0 -1.0 Totals 32 164 1 45 5.1

Receiving No. Yds TD Long Hunter 8 115 1 25 Rogers 3 72 0 48 Neal 3 22 1 10 Lane 2 49 0 35 Rivera 2 43 0 24 Bartholomew 2 21 0 13 Patterson 2 20 0 13 Howard 2 18 0 13 Carter 1 24 1 24 Dallas 1 11 0 11 Downs 1 6 1 6 Totals 27 401 4 48

Rushing Att Yds TD Long Avg. George 8 59 1 45 7.4 Sanders 16 54 0 10 3.4 Whitlow 9 31 0 21 3.4 Towles 3 16 0 7 5.3 Robinson 1 7 0 7 7.0 Totals 37 167 1 45 4.5

Receiving King Sanders George Robinson McCaskill Legree Robinson Warren Totals

No. Yds TD Long 10 78 0 17 6 26 0 12 3 54 0 29 3 46 0 20 3 22 0 15 3 14 0 9 1 4 0 4 1 1 1 1 30 245 1 29


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HISTORY OF TENNESSEE FOOTBALL The Vols played their first football game in November 1891 -- and so began more than 100 years of football tradition. Tennessee football is the story of the “greats”... the players, coaches, plays and fans, all of whom have helped build the program. From Gen. Robert R. Neyland to Phillip Fulmer, from Gene McEver to Bob Johnson, from Nathan Dougherty to Reggie White, from Dick Huffman to John Henderson. The Vols’ debut on the gridiron in that 1891 season was none too promising, as Sewanee defeated UT, 24-0, in a game played in the muck and mire in Chattanooga. It was also the only game on that year’s schedule. The first win would come in 1892, a 25-0 decision at Maryville. The first home win would have to wait until 1893, as the Vols topped Maryville again, this time by a 32-0 count. Neyland was born Feb. 17, 1892, in Greenville, Texas, and his influence on the Vol program would be felt from 1926 on, even through today.

The Formative Years

A New Stadium Is Built in 1921

In those early years, from 1891-1912, football coaches came and went, frequently on a year-to-year basis. The Vols did not have a head coach until 1899, and had seven head coaches between that time and 1911. The Vols won the 1914 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association championship under head coach Zora Clevenger, piling up 374 points to 37 for their opponents. It was also the first Vols squad to defeat Vanderbilt, doing so, 16-14, on Nov. 7. On Nov. 11, 1916, the first Homecoming game was held as the Vols defeated Vanderbilt, 10-6. It was not until 1920, 29 years into the program’s his-

tory, that the Vols won their 100th game, a 49-0 victory over Transylvania. The leading player of that time was Dougherty, an All-Southern selection in 1907 and 1908, and known to his teammates as “Big-Un.” Tennessee had played its home games on Wait Field at the corner of 15th Street and Cumberland Avenue, but moved into a new home in 1921. Shields-Watkins Field was less than a mile away on 15th Street (now Phillip Fulmer Way) and was named for its benefactors, Knoxville banker and UT trustee William S. Shields and his wife, Alice Watkins-Shields. It opened that season with 3,200 seats, although it had been used for baseball the previous spring. No one knew that just over 80 years later, the stadium would hold more than 100,000 fans. In 1922, the Vols wore orange jerseys for the first time (black shirts with orange and white piping being the previous color of choice), taking the color from the American Daisy that grew in profusion on The Hill north of the stadium.

Enter Bob Neyland A Tradition Is Born

In 1926, Neyland, then an ROTC instructor, Army captain and backfield coach the previous season, was named head coach and served through the end of the 1934 season when the Army beckoned him to Panama. Dougherty, dean of UT’s College of Engineering and longtime faculty chairman of athletics, hired Neyland with the lone injunction: “Even the score with Vanderbilt; do something about our terrible standing in the series.” The Vols won the Southern Conference championship in 1927 with an 8-0-1 record and looked forward to the

On March 16, 1921, all UT classes were dismissed to guarantee a workforce large enough to put the field into shape for a March 19 baseball game.

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Neyland Returns

Second of Three Great Eras Begins

Bill Britton had taken Neyland’s place in the 1935 season while Neyland was in the Canal Zone. Neyland returned home for the 1936 season and immediately began building another dynasty. By 1938, he was ready. With another group of sensational sophomores leading the way, he began a threeyear run in which the Vols won 30 consecutive regularseason games and visited the Orange, Rose and Sugar bowls. The 1938 team ended with an 11-0 record, defeating Oklahoma in the 1939 Orange Bowl. The 1938 Vols were named national champions by Dunkel, Litkenhous, Boand, Houlgate and Poling. The 1939 team shut out 10 consecutive opponents. No collegiate team has since shut out an entire slate of opponents. The Vols brought home a check for $100,000 from the 1940 Rose Bowl. In the 1939 Alabama game -- which found national radio commentators Ted Husing of CBS and Bill Stern of NBC at Shields-Watkins Field covering the game -- a sophomore tailback from Knoxville named Johnny Butler etched his name into Vols history with a 56-yard run against the Tide on which he went sideline to sideline for the score at the south end. Neyland’s record during this era was 43-7-3. The Vols still hold an NCAA record for holding opponents scoreless for 71 consecutive quarters (from the second quarter of the 1938 LSU game through the second quarter of the 1940 Alabama game) and pitched 17 consecutive shutouts. The 1940 Vols were voted national champions by Dunkel and Williamson. After the 1940 season, however, Neyland was called back to the military as winds of war hovered over the world. He was gone until just before the 1946 season, leaving the Vol football program in the capable hands of John Barnhill, who later became head coach and athletics director at Arkansas.

Barnhill compiled a 32-5-2 record and led the Vols to the Sugar and Rose bowls. The Vols also played their first night game in 1944, a 13-0 victory at LSU. Four Vol players did not return home from World War II. They were Bill Nowling, Rudy Klarer, Willis Tucker and Clyde “Ig” Fuson. They are memorialized in the southeast corner of Neyland Stadium’s upper deck façade.

Neyland’s Final Years

A Consensus National Championship Comes to Knoxville

Neyland arrived home from World War II for the 1946 season and noted, “It will take us five years to put Tennessee back on top.” Undaunted, the Vols immediately won the SEC championship and a bid to the Orange Bowl. The dominant player that season was tackle Dick Huffman, still remembered as one of the toughest Vols ever. He would lead the charge against Alabama quarterback Harry Gilmer in a 12-0 Vol win. Critics argued that Neyland had lost his touch, particularly in view of 5-5 and 4-4-2 seasons in 1947 and 1948, respectively, and the assertion that his beloved singlewing offense had gone out of style. In 1948, Tennessee won its 300th game, defeating Alabama, 21-6, on Homecoming afternoon. By the end of the 1948 season, Neyland was ready for his final run as Vols’ head man. It was just before the 1949 season that UT publicist Lindsey Nelson formed the initial Vol Radio Network. After a 7-2-1 mark in 1949, led by another talented group of sophomores, the Vols kicked off the decade of the 1950s with an 11-1 season, marred only by a 7-0 loss at Mississippi State in the season’s second week. The Vols, named national champions by Dunkel and DeVold, rolled through the season and upset Texas in the 1951 Cotton Bowl, sparked by a 75-yard run from tailback Hank Lauricella that Stern called one of the best he had ever seen. Neyland’s 1951 team came back and won the national championship with a 10-0 regular-season record. The contest with Alabama that season, a 27-13 Vols victory, was UT’s first on a new invention called television. Lauricella, that season’s Heisman Trophy runner-up, offensive guard John Michels and defensive tackle Doug Atkins later were named to the College Football Hall of Fame. Atkins, named also to the Pro Football Hall of Fame for his work at Cleveland, Chicago and New Orleans, became the first Vol enshrined in both. Atkins also was named SEC “Player of the Quarter Century” in 1976. Tennessee finished with an 8-2-1 record in 1952, but the big story was Neyland stepping down as Vols head coach just before the Cotton Bowl game against Texas. The Vols lost that one, 16-0. Neyland’s record for his third stint at Tennessee was 54-17-4, and his overall mark finished at 173-31-12. In 1953, Smokey, a Bluetick Coonhound, became the Vols’ official mascot by vote of the student crowd in a contest organized by the pep club. There have been Smokeys ever since then provided by the Brooks and Hudson families of Knoxville. Harvey Robinson became the Vols’ new head coach in 1953, serving through the 1954 season. Neyland once called dismissing Robinson after that 1954 season “the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do.” utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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1928 season. In that season, the Vols defeated heavilyfavored Alabama, 15-13, in Tuscaloosa, as tailback Gene McEver, the “Bristol Blizzard” and one of the “Flaming Sophomores of 1928,” took the opening kickoff 98 yards for a score. Buddy Hackman did likewise a week later against Washington & Lee and the Vols express was off and running. Hackman and McEver became known as the “Touchdown Twins.” The beginning of the 1930s saw Tennessee play in its first bowl game, a 13-0 victory over New York University at Yankee Stadium in New York. Vols lineman Herman Hickman, later a College Football Hall of Fame selection, had an outstanding game that afternoon and Grantland Rice added Hickman to his AllAmerican team on the basis of that performance. Tennessee won the Southern Conference championship again in 1932 with a 9-0-1 record and joined the fledgling Southeastern Conference a year later. In 1934, Tennessee won its 200th game, defeating Mississippi, 270, in Knoxville on Oct. 13. Over that time, Neyland and the Vols had assembled a 76-7-5 record, with undefeated streaks of 33 and 28 games along with a 30-game home winning streak.

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General Neyland with the Vols after the 1951 Cotton Bowl triumph over Texas.

Bowden Wyatt Returns Home

Bowden Wyatt, who had been head coach at Wyoming and Arkansas, returned to campus as Vols head coach in 1955, 17 years after playing on UT’s 11-0 squad in 1938. He hit the jackpot in 1956, his second year, as the Vols won the SEC and earned a berth in the Sugar Bowl. Tennessee’s 6-0 win over Georgia Tech that November, matching Neyland protegees Wyatt and Bobby Dodd at Atlanta’s Grant Field, later was voted by the Associated Press as the second-greatest college football game ever. Tailback Johnny Majors twice was SEC Player of the Year and an All-America selection and runner-up for the Heisman Trophy in 1956. He also was named to the College Football Hall of Fame as a player in 1987. The Vols followed up the 1956 season with a 7-3 season in 1957 and played Bear Bryant’s last Texas A&M team in the Gator Bowl, winning, 3-0, on the accurate toe of placekicker Sammy Burklow. The Vols closed out the decade of the 1950s with two major upset victories in 1959, defeating No. 3 Auburn 3-0 in September and No. 1 LSU, 14-13, in November. The 1960 season saw the Vols begin the decade with a 10-3 win over Auburn in Birmingham and a 20-7 triumph over Alabama in Knoxville. The date was March 28, 1962, when Gen. Neyland died at the Oeschner Clinic in New Orleans. In his memory, the stadium was named “Neyland Stadium” and an academic scholarship fund started, both events happening at the Alabama game in October. Wyatt’s tenure as Vols coach ended after a 4-6 record in 1962, with assistant coach Jim McDonald taking the reins for the 1963 season. During that campaign, the first Neyland Stadium crowd of more than 50,000 saw the Vols play Georgia Tech. Later that season, the Vols took their 400th victory, defeating Tulane, 26-0, in New Orleans. The times were changing as Vol fans would find out year later.

Dickey Brings the T Formation

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coach, bringing the “T” formation with him to Knoxville. Not only did Dickey bring the “T” formation, but added the Power “T” to the player’s helmets and saw that the end zones display a checkerboard design which debuted Oct. 10, 1964. Dickey’s first Tennessee team finished 4-5-1, but hopes were high as the Vols narrowly lost to Auburn and Alabama, tied LSU at Baton Rouge and upset favored Georgia Tech at Grant Field. Middle guard Steve DeLong won the Outland Trophy and Dickey’s staff recruited a freshman class that would help lead the Vols out of the wilderness. One of that year’s recruits, wide receiver Richmond Flowers from Montgomery, Ala., was the first of a number of trackfootball athletes who brought a new dimension of speed to the Vol program. In 1965, Dickey’s second team finished 8-1-2 and earned a Bluebonnet Bowl bid, UT’s first bowl game since 1957. The season’s pivotal moment came in the aftermath of the Alabama game. The Vols had tied Alabama, 7-7, in Birmingham and spirits were high on the Knoxville campus. Line coach Charley Rash put a note in each of his linemen’s mailbox that night after the game: “Play like that every week and you’ll go undefeated.” Two days later, Rash, Bill Majors and Bob Jones were killed in an early morning car-train collision in west Knoxville. Nearly 40 years later, persons connected with the Vols program still praise the way Dickey handled the tragedy, pulling everybody together and keeping the team going. One of the most memorable moments of that, or any other season, was the 37-34 “Rosebonnet Bowl” victory over UCLA at Memorial Stadium in Memphis, so named by Vols broadcaster George Mooney because of the postseason destinations of the two teams. It was a classic offensive shootout that finally was settled when Vol quarterback Dewey Warren ambled around left end for the winning score and Bobby Petrella grabbed a last-ditch Bruins aerial. Tennessee’s 8-3 record in 1966, including an 18-12 Gator Bowl win over a Syracuse team that featured running backs Larry Csonka and Floyd Little, presaged what was


28, at Neyland Stadium. Mike Terry’s interception cinched things and Vols fans counted the clock down on the first of four consecutive wins over Alabama. The game also would mark Bryant’s final appearance at Neyland Stadium. He stepped down after the season and died in January. Led by Reggie White, an absolute terror at defensive tackle, UT began an upsurge in fortunes in 1983, going 9-3 and winning the Florida Citrus Bowl. White would earn College Football Hall of Fame honors in 2002. Johnnie Jones had the game-winner against the Tide that year, motoring 66 yards to break a 34-34 tie. In 1984, the Vols rallied from a 27-13 deficit in the fourth quarter to defeat Alabama, 28-27. In 1985, the Vols surprised everybody by defeating No. 1 Auburn, 38-20, and Alabama 16-14 on their way to an SEC crown, first since 1969, and a Sugar Bowl date with Miami. Vol quarterback Tony Robinson, who had played brilliantly in a season-opening tie with UCLA and the win over Auburn, hurt a knee in the fourth quarter against Alabama and missed the rest of the season. Daryl Dickey, Doug’s son, stepped into the breach and kept the Vols ship on course the rest of the way, including a 35-7 win over the Hurricanes that UT fans remember fondly to this day. The Louisiana Superdome was Big Orange Country South that Jan. 1, 1986, night. The 1989 season saw an 11-1 record, an SEC championship and Cotton Bowl trip. The win over Arkansas in Dallas Jan. 1, 1990, was the Vols’ 600th. The Vols were the most improved team in the country, coming from 5-6 in 1988 to 1989’s 11-1. The 1990s began with another SEC championship and trip to the Sugar Bowl. The highlight of the 1991 season came in South Bend, Ind., at Notre Dame Stadium, when the Vols overcame a 31-7 deficit to somehow win 35-34. Vols placekicker John Becksvoort had dreamed of defeating the Irish with a field goal, but in this case, an extra point was plenty. Jeremy Lincoln blocked an Irish field goal attempt with his backside to preserve the win.

Johnny Majors Marches Home

Fulmer’s Storied Career

Johnny Majors’ early teams had no bigger victory than a 40-18 triumph over Notre Dame at Neyland Stadium in 1979, a season in which the Vols led eventual national champion Alabama, 17-0, in the second quarter at Legion Field. A 7-4 record was sufficient to earn a Bluebonnet Bowl bid. A crowd of 95,288 saw the Vols and Georgia square off to begin the 1980 season in an expanded Neyland Stadium. Georgia won, 16-15, on its way to a national championship, but the Vols did have their moments that year, taking a 42-0 win at Auburn and concluding the season with a 45-14 win over Kentucky and 51-13 win over Vanderbilt. The 1981 Vols overcame early, seemingly devastating, losses at Georgia and Southern California to post an 8-4 record and receive a Garden State Bowl berth against Wisconsin. Slowly but surely, Big Orange fortunes were on an upswing. With the 1982 World’s Fair as a backdrop, Tennessee ended 11 years of frustration by defeating Alabama, 35-

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to come in 1967. The Vols lost their opener to UCLA, a night game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, but came back to win their remaining nine games and the SEC championship, earning an Orange Bowl date against Oklahoma. The Vols swept Alabama, Auburn, LSU and Mississippi, defeating the Tide for the first time since 1960 and the Rebels for the first time since 1958. UT finished No. 2 in the final polls and was selected as national champions by Litkenhous. In the first game played on Tartan Turf against Vince Dooley’s Georgia Bulldogs in 1968, Nashville’s Lester McClain became Tennessee’s first African-American to play in an SEC varsity football game. The Vols rallied for a 17-17 tie that day in an exciting finish led by quarterback Bubba Wyche. Runner-up in the SEC in 1968, Tennessee won the crown again in 1969 with a 9-1 record and played in the Gator Bowl. Linebacker Steve Kiner (1967-69) was named to the College Football Hall of Fame in 1999. After the 1969 season, Dickey moved to Florida as head coach and 28-year-old Bill Battle became the Vols’ new head man. His first team finished 11-1 and he became the first Division I head coach to win 11 games in his first year. Two seasons of 10-2 followed in 1971 and 1972. In that 1972 season, Condredge Holloway became a whirling dervish under center, a master of the broken field run. He ran over, under and even occasionally through opponents during his career, which saw him tabbed “The Artful Dodger.” In 1975, the Vols won their 500th game, defeating Kentucky, 17-13, in Lexington. Battle resigned after the 1976 season and Johnny Majors, UT tailback of 1954-56 vintage, then head coach of the national champion Pittsburgh Panthers, answered the university’s call, coming home as head coach for the 1977 season. “Follow me to Tennessee” was the rallying cry, and Vol fans couldn’t wait for the 1977 opener against California.

Phillip Fulmer’s remarkable coaching career includes reaching both the 50- and 75-victory milestones quicker than any other coach in Southeastern Conference history. In 1998, Fulmer guided Tennessee to its sixth national championship, with a 13-0 record and Tostitos Fiesta Bowl victory over Florida State. In 2002, Fulmer notched his 100th career victory, and like many other milestones, the number of victories takes on an exceptional glow when held up to the light of gridiron history. Fulmer only needed 123 games to reach the century mark. Fulmer was named head coach in November of 1992 to replace Johnny Majors. Fulmer’s stewardship began with the Vols’ trip to the Hall of Fame Bowl in Tampa. Quarterbacked by Heath Shuler, the Big Orange routed Boston College, 38-23. The victory, combined with three other triumphs in which Fulmer served as interim coach, gave the new mentor a 4-0 record heading into the 1993 campaign. Vols gridiron success continued through Fulmer’s first full season as head coach. The Vols went 10-2 in 1993, utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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Former Head Coach Phillip Fulmer celebrates after winning the 1998 national title.

a year in which quarterback Shuler finished runner-up for the Heisman Trophy. Tennessee was rewarded with a trip to the Florida Citrus Bowl. The 1994 season is remembered for one of the guttiest comebacks ever staged by a Tennessee team. The Vols, whose first-string quarterback Jerry Colquitt was injured in the opening minutes of the first game, staggered to a 1-3 start but stuck together under Fulmer’s direction and ended the season at 8-4, including a bowl victory. Peyton Manning earned a start in the Washington State game and was there for the duration, compiling an NCAA-best rercord of 39-5 as a starter. UT closed the season by whipping Virginia Tech, 45-23, in the Gator Bowl and set the stage for a 1995 campaign that included a rousing victory at Alabama, six other SEC wins, an overall 11-1 record and an exciting 20-14 win over Ohio State in the Florida Citrus Bowl. The CNN-USA Today coaches poll ranked UT No. 2 in the nation after that bowl win. The 1996 Vols gave the school its second straight top-10 ranking with a 10-2 record capped by a 48-28 victory over Northwestern in the Florida Citrus Bowl. Record crowds filed through the gates of the newly enlarged Neyland Stadium, with a collegiate attendance mark of 107,608 for the Sept. 21 game with Florida. Also in 1996, John Michels was named to the College Football Hall of Fame. The 1997 season tested the comeback quality of the Vols, who bounced back from a loss to Florida, won the rest of their games, including the SEC championship contest over Auburn, and then had an outside shot at a No. 1 ranking in the AP and coaches’ final poll. But, alas, a national championship wasn’t yet to be. After hanging in gamely through the first half, Tennessee yielded to powerhouse Nebraska and suffered a 42-17 loss in the Orange Bowl at Miami. But even that one-sided defeat couldn’t diminish a season in which the Vols, behind the brilliant passing of Heisman runner-up Manning, won the Southeastern Conference championship after edging out Florida for the 130

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Eastern Division title. As the 1998 season approached, Tennessee coaches were struck with the dimensions of the assignment that faced them: rebuild following the loss of the nation’s best quarterback and one of the game’s top defensive stars in Leonard Little. Demonstrating the unpredictability of college football, Tennessee rolled undefeated through the 1998 regular season, defeated Mississippi State for the SEC championship and then faced Florida State in the first Bowl Championship Series matchup at Tempe, Ariz. Tee Martin engineered a 23-16 victory over FSU in a title game that gave Tennessee the undisputed national championship and landed Phillip Fulmer deserved acclaim as national coach of the year. The Vols found themselves in a tight crack at crunch time but showed the resourcefulness that allowed them to escape every trap. The leadership of Martin and the emergence of Travis Henry and Travis Stephens as replacements at tailback when Jamal Lewis was injured received justified recognition for their part in the championship campaign. A defense led by the incomparable All-America linebacker Al Wilson played magnificently at critical times, and placekicker Jeff Hall was Mr. Reliable against Syracuse and Florida. Tennessee had a game-winning drive after an Arkansas turnover late in the fourth period to help save the undefeated season. UT also scored 14 points on consecutive possessions in the fourth quarter of the SEC title game against Mississippi State to take a 24-14 victory. The 1999 team was 9-3 and continued a win streak over Alabama that had reached seven through the 2002 season with a 21-7 win at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa. It was the first time the Vols had played in Tuscaloosa since 1930. The 1999 team also had a 38-14 win over Notre Dame on its resume en route to a Fiesta Bowl game with Nebraska. As the decade of the 2000s opened, the Vols won their 700th game in the season opener against Southern Mississippi. Casey Clausen became known as the “Comeback Kid,” stepping in at quarterback in the Alabama game and leading the Vols through some close contests down the stretch to a Cotton Bowl game against Kansas State. Defensive tackle John Henderson won the Outland Trophy as the nation’s best interior lineman and was an AllAmerica selection, the first such award for the Vols since Steve DeLong won the award in 1964. In 2001, Clausen led the Vols to comeback wins at Alabama, Notre Dame and Florida, and capped off an Eastern Division championship season by leading a 45-17 win over Michigan at the Florida Citrus Bowl in the first ever contest between the two tradition-laden programs. Travis Stephens and Henderson were All-America selections. An overall mark of 11-2 made Fulmer part of 11-win teams as a player (1970), an assistant coach (1989) and head coach (1995, 1998 and 2001). Fulmer reached another coaching milestone in 2002 when he guided UT to an 18-10 win in Columbia, S.C., marking his 100th head coaching victory.


Outback Bowl in Tampa, Fla. The season opened with a return-to-form of sorts for the Big Orange as they dismantled ninth-ranked and highly-touted California at Neyland Stadium. The Vols climbed as high as No. 7 in the polls during a five-game win streak mid-season that included wins over Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina. The regular season concluded with wins over rivals Vanderbilt and Kentucky. The 2007 season will be remembered by Vol fans for its hectic final stretch that saw Tennessee win three of its last five games by a field goal or less en route to securing the SEC East crown and a trip to the conference title game in Atlanta. Tennessee took a lead into the fourth quarter of that game, but fell 21-14 to LSU. The Vols rebounded a month later with a New Year’s Day Outback Bowl win over Wisconsin. The 2007 team finished 10-4, handing Fulmer his ninth 10-win campaign in 15 seasons at the helm in Knoxville. The SEC East title was his seventh in 15 years. Those earning honors after the 2007 season included placekicker Daniel Lincoln (All-America) and safety Eric Berry (Freshman All-America). Their spirits buoyed by a top-20 preseason national ranking, the Vols instead crashed to their second losing campaign in four years in 2008. Tennessee notched a victory over Kentucky in the closing game to close out a disappointing season with a 5-7 overall worksheet and a 3-5 slate in the Southeastern Conference. The team’s struggles took their toll, most notably the dismissal of Phillip Fulmer from his head coaching position after 16 years. The brightest light in a rather dimly-lit season was sophomore safety Eric Berry. The Fairburn, Ga., native became the 33rd UT player and the first since 1990 to claim consensus All-America honors.

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The 2003 season saw the Vols win 10 games for the seventh time in Fulmer’s coaching tenure. Highlights were a 51-43, five overtime, marathon win over Alabama in Tuscaloosa.  Two weeks later, the Vols won 10-6 over Miami at the Orange Bowl, snapping a 26-game home winning streak for the Hurricanes. A 6-2 SEC mark was good enough for a share of the SEC Eastern Division crown. Tennessee also extended its streak of consecutive seasons with a bowl appearance to 15, squaring-off against Clemson in the Peach Bowl. Dustin Colquitt, son of former Vol Craig Colquitt (1975-77), ended his junior season by being named an All-America punter, the first Vols kicker so honored since Ron Widby in 1966. Placekicker James Wilhoit was named a freshman All-America. Doug Dickey was named to the College Football Hall of Fame in December 2003. The 2004 season, which many fans believed could be a blueprint for disaster, evolved into an SEC Eastern Division championship. In Atlanta for the title affair, the Vols had the misfortune of encountering for the second time an Auburn team that was one of the most powerful fielded by an SEC school in recent memory. Tennessee played creditably throughout most of the rematch but eventually bowed to Auburn’s superior talent that included three first-round NFL picks -quarterback Jason Campbell and running backs Ronnie Brown and Carnell (Cadillac) Williams. The 38-28 defeat left the Vols with a 9-3 record that they enhanced to 10-3 after pounding Texas A&M, 38-7, in the Cotton Bowl. The anticipated disaster alluded to above was predicated by an unsettled quarterback situation that eventually worked out nicely. Freshman Erik Ainge handled the lion’s share of field general responsibilities. When Ainge was injured at the end of the first half in the Notre Dame game, understudy Rick Clausen took over the rest of the way and was named MVP in the Cotton Bowl. Defensive tackle Jesse Mahelona, a junior college product, rose from virtual anonymity to nab AllAmerica honors in his first year as a Vol. Victories over Florida, Georgia and Alabama were highlights of Phillip Fulmer’s 12th full season as head coach. Days before the Cotton Bowl triumph, Frank Emanuel, a bruising linebacker of the Doug Dickey era, was inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame. After a disapointing 5-6 campaign in 2005, Tennessee gave its fan base cause for excitement with the beginning of a three-year Neyland Stadium renovation project. Tennessee also retired the jerseys of three Vol greats during the 2005 season. Doug Atkins (91), Reggie White (92) and Peyton Manning (16) were honored by having their jerseys permanently displayed in Neyland Stadium. In 2006, Tennessee gave the same honor to four Vols who died in service to their country during World War II. The jerseys of Clyde “Ig” Fuson (62), Rudy Klarer (49), Bill Nowling (32) and Willis Tucker (61) all were retired prior to the game against Air Force, giving UT a total of seven retired jerseys. The 2006 team rebounded from a tough season the previous year to win nine games and earn a bid to the

CHANGING TIMES

Lane Kiffin took over the coaching reins for a brief stint in 2009 leading the Vols to a 7-6 overall record and a Chick-Fil-A bowl berth. Berry highlighted the season once again, garnering consensus All-America honors for the second straight season. Derek Dooley was hired on January 15, 2010 as the school’s 22nd head coach. Dooley led the Vols to a 15-21 record in three season before leaving the program late in the 2012 season. In his first season, he led Tennessee to an appearance in the 2010 Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl against North Carolina. Offensive coordinator Jim Chaney served as interim head coach for the 2012 season finale and led the Vols to a 37-17 victory over Kentucky. Tennessee’s state-of-the-art Anderson Training Center opened during the 2012. The 145,000-square foot, allpurpose facility is one of the most modern and functional buildings of its kind.

Hello Butch Jones

Director of Athletics Dave Hart introduced Butch Jones as the new head coach of the Vols on Dec. 7, 2012. Jones came to Knoxville after winning four conference championships in six years as the head man at Central Michigan and Cincinnati. Jones coached the Orange & White Game in front of 61,076 in his unofficial debut as the Vols coach at Neyland Stadium on April 20, 2013. utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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neyland stadium: history A Stadium is Built Shields-Watkins Field, sometimes known as ShieldsWatkins 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 ShieldsWatkins Field until the stadium was named in honor of Gen. Robert R. Neyland in October 1962. Efforts to build a playing field on campus started as early as 1912 when University Realty Company was formed and held an option on seven acres of land until the university could complete the purchase and develop a physical education-athletic field. As of 1917, financing had not been completed and contributions were solicited. Checks averaging $10 were received and UT students pledged $2,000 in cash and 2,000 days of labor. Work was done on the field, but the Vols continued play on Waite Field less than a mile to the north. With a debt of $22,453 hanging over the project in 1919, Shields, president of Knoxville City Bank and a UT trustee, promised to pay the debt if the university could raise the money to prepare and equip the field. Shields also bought two lots bordering the property on the west. The trustees accepted the offer and voted to name the field in honor of the Shields. That was Nov. 22, 1919. On July 20, 1920, the trustees voted to build a permanent grandstand, at a total cost of $20,000. All that was left to do was prepare the field. 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.

4 Additions in 13 Years Capt. Neyland’s success on the field led to four ex-

pansions 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. An overflow crowd of 20,000 showed up for the 1936 game against Duke. The Blue Devils had things pretty much their way until Red Harp, the “Pineville Flash,” returned a punt 70 yards for a score in the final seconds to give the Vols the win. In the 1937 game against Alabama, another overflow crowd saw the Vols lose a tight decision. 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 .

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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.

growth Over 4 Decades Capacity Goes Up and Up

The west side upper deck and new press box came in 1962, dedicated at the Alabama game. Gen. Neyland did not live to see the new addition, passing away in New Orleans 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.” Four expansions followed, first on the upper east side in 1968, then on the south upper deck in 1972 and 1976. In 1980, the stadium became a bowl, with the north end lower deck enclosing the field. The last major expansion came in 1996, when the north end upper deck was finished and the stadium for the first time seated more than 100,000.

under the lights in 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, enjoying a captivating atmosphere that intimidates the opposition and is unmatched throughout the country.

Press Box/West Sky Boxes 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, Sept. 18, 1992. Elam died March 9, 1998. It had four levels, encompassing leased suites, box seating for official guests of the university and athletics department, and complete facilities for print and broadcast media. There are six elevators serving the facility, four serving the skyboxes and two serving the press area.

Going Back to Grass In 1994, a natural Tifway Bermuda Grass field was reinstalled at Neyland Stadium to replace the artificial turf that served as the playing surface from 1968-93. The new field was built to the United States Golf Association’s golf-green construction specifications, and the grass is mowed to ¾ inch.


A Facelift for the Future In the fall of 2004, athletics director Mike Hamilton unveiled a Master Plan to prepare Neyland Stadium for the next 75 years. The renovations were planned to be completed in five phases during the off-seasons to alleviate inconveniences to fans. One key goal of the plan was to find a way to fund the renovations without financially impacting the general fan. The 2006 season marked the completion of the $26 million Phase I Master Plan renovations. This included extensive infrastructure work, the renovation of the north lower concourse, including concourse expansion, new restrooms and concession stands and the construction of the East Club. Phase I was funded entirely by gifts from the East Club and leadership donations to the project. While the addition of the state-of-the-art East Club slightly reduced the stadium’s overall capacity, it did keep the capacity at the imposing six-figure mark. The new official capacity of 102,038 kept Neyland as the fourth-largest college football facility in the country and the largest in the South. For the 2007 season, fans enjoyed the unveiling of college football’s largest LED display, located in the bowl of the stadium, along with permanent recognition of the

football program’s retired numbers and national championship teams. The natural-grass playing surface also was replanted before the season for the first time since its reinstallation in 1994. Perhaps not coincidentally, Tennessee posted a perfect 7-0 mark at home in 2007—marking the 36th season in which the mighty Vols went undefeated at Neyland Stadium. The continuation of Phase II of the renovations continued in the offseason prior to the 2008 campaign. Those improvements included the renovation of the lower-west concourse, improvements to the team locker room, the construction of the Lauricella Center, a field-level lettermen’s room, and the Stokely Family Media Center. Phase III began after the 2008 season and the changes which were ready for 2009 were the renovation of the top level concourse of the west lower sideline, removal of the scissor ramps leading to the west upper deck, the addition of elevators and stairwells on the west side, improvements to the west tower sky boxes, renovation of the press box and broadcase center, as well as the construction of the West Club section. Tennessee completed the Phase III construction prior to the 2010 season. Most noticeable was the new entrance plaza at Gate 21. The phase also included a new wrought iron and brick facade along the north and west exteriors of the stadium, as well as a statue of Gen. Neyland. The Tennessee Terrace in the west upper deck was also finished.

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It takes 90 gallons of paint to complete the lines, centerfield “Power T” logo and the famous orange and white checkerboard end zones.

Shields-Watkins Field in 1938

Neyland Stadium in 1972

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neyland stadium renovations 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 Addition 1921 1926 1930 1934 1938 1948 1962 1966 1968 1972 1976 1980 1987 1990 1996 1997 2000

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

largest stadiums college football Heading into 2013

Facility Capacity 1. Michigan Stadium - Michigan 109,901 2. Beaver Stadium - Penn State 106,572 3. Neyland Stadium - Tennessee 102,455 4. Ohio Stadium - Ohio State 102,329 5. Bryant-Denny Stadium - Alabama 101,821 6. DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium - Texas 100,119 7. Rose Bowl - UCLA 94,392 8. L.A. Memorial Coliseum - Southern Cal 93,607 9. Sanford Stadium - Georgia 92,746 10. Tiger Stadium - LSU 92,542

 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 2008 2010

Phase I: East-Side Club (425 seats) Phase II: West-Side Club (425 seats)/Press Box Phase III: West Side Terrace (1,800 seats)/Gate 21 Plaza

Current Capacity: 102,455

neyland stadium notes Stadium Attendance Record: 109,061

 All About Success

 Neyland Firsts

In 90 seasons, the Vols are 436-112-17 at home, a winning percentage of .787.

Sept. 18, 2004/Tennessee 30, Florida 28

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

First Game on Artificial Turf: Sept. 14, 1968 Tennessee 17, Georgia 17

Final Game on Artificial Turf: Nov. 27, 1993 Tennessee 62, Vanderbilt 14

First Night Game:

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Tennessee Success at Home:

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.

Consecutive 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.

Consecutive 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.

Winning Seasons:

Tennessee has had 81 winning seasons in 92 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.


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1946 6 1947 5 1948 6 1949 6 1950 8 1951 6 1952 6 1953 6 1954 6 1955 6 1956 6 1957 5 1958 6 1959 6 1960 6 1961 6 1962 6 1963 6 1964 5 1965 6 1966 6 1967 5 1968 6 1969 5 1970 6 1971 7 1972 6 1973 6 1974 7 1975 7 1976 7 1977 7 1978 7 1979 6

5-1 4-1 4-2-1 4-2 8-0 6-0 5-0-1 4-2 3-3 3-2-1 6-0 4-1 2-4 4-2 4-1-1 5-1 4-2 3-3 2-3 5-0-1 5-1 5-0 5-0-1 5-0 6-0 6-1 5-1 5-1 5-1-1 5-2 3-4 4-3 4-2-1 5-1

187,000 145,000 196,000 182,000 199,283 143,768 163,930 128,440 133,882 149,940 199,906 175,404 175,380 215,510 203,148 199,265 195,661 180,846 190,754 251,708 272,826 268,443 373,550 293,479 373,991 420,511 409,188 417,818 478,562 507,677 564,922 582,979 586,502 512,139

31,167 29,000 32,667 30,333 24,910 23,961 27,321 21,406 22,312 24,990 33,318 35,081 29,230 35,918 33,858 33,211 32,610 30,141 38,150 41,951 45,471 53,689 62,258 58,696 62,332 60,073 68,198 69,636 68,366 72,525 80,703 83,283 83,786 85,357

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1980 7 1981 6 1982 6 1983 7 1984 7 1985 7 1986 7 1987 7 1988 6 1989 7 1990 7 1991 6 1992 6 1993 7 1994 6 1995 7 1996 6 1997 6 1998 6 1999 7 2000 6 2001 6 2002 7 2003 7 2004 7 2005 6 2006 7 2007 7 2008 7 2009 8 2010 7 2011 8 2012 7 67 Years 421

2-5 659,190 94,170 6-0 558,996 93,166 5-1 561,102 93,517 4-3 659,059 94,151 4-2-1 654,602 93,515 5-0-2 658,690 94,099 4-3 643,317 91,902 6-0-1 650,753 92,965 1-5 551,677 91,946 7-0 657,419 93,917 5-2 666,540 95,220 6-0 578,389 96,398 4-2 575,544 95,924 7-0 667,280 95,326 4-2 573,821 95,637 7-0 662,857 94,694 5-1 632,509 105,418 6-0 639,227 106,538 6-0 641,484 106,914 7-0 747,870 106,839 5-1 645,567 107,595 5-1 641,059 106,843 4-3 746,936 106,705 6-1 735,269 105,038 5-2 746,507 106,644 3-3 645,558 107,593 5-2 740,521 105,789 7-0 727,426 103,918 4-3 710,136 101,448 6-2 793,760 99,220 4-3 698,465 99,781 5-3 757,136 94,642 4-3 629,752 89,965

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attendance records

313-96-12 30,780,684 73,113

 largest neyland stadium game attendance 1. Sept. 18, 2004 2. Sept. 16, 2000 3. Sept. 21, 2002 4. Sept. 5, 2004 5. Sept. 29, 2001

Florida Florida Florida UNLV LSU

109,061 108,768 108,722 108,625 108,472

6. Oct. 8, 2005 7. Sept. 2, 2000 8. Sept. 27, 2003 9. Oct. 2, 2004 10. Nov. 9, 2002

Georgia Southern Miss. South Carolina Auburn Miami (Fla.)

108,470 108,064 107,881 107,828 107,745

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TRADITIONS  Pride of the Southland Band The University of Tennessee band was organized immediately after the Civil War when the school reopened. Since then, the enrollment in the band program has grown to more than 400 students (in all bands) from all colleges of the University. Director of Bands Dr. Gary Sousa heads a program that has maintained a reputation as one of the nation’s finest musical organizations. The band staff includes Dr. Don Ryder, Associate Director of Bands and Drill Designer and Dr. Michael Stewart, Assistant Director. Drum Major for the 2010 season is Alex White, and Head Majorette is Kristi Summers. The 300-member “Pride of the Southland" Band appears at all home football games and most out-of-town games before more than 850,000 spectators plus millions more on television. The “Pride of the Southland” has represented the state of Tennessee for the last 48 years at twelve consecutive Presidential Inaugurations. The band has also made more than 40 bowl appearances, includingthe Sugar Bowl, Astro Bluebonnet Bowl, Citrus Bowl, Gator Bowl, Hall of Fame Bowl, Garden State Bowl, Sun Bowl, Liberty Bowl, Peach Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, Cotton Bowl, Orange Bowl, and the Rose Bowl. When the UT Marching Band takes the field, the crowd reaction truly indicates that it is not only the Pride of Tennesseans, but the “Pride of the Southland.”

the sign The wooden sign carved in the shape of the state of Tennessee insribed with the words "I will give my all for Tennessee today" has been in the Vols' locker room at home and on the road since Bill Battle's coaching tenure in 1970.

 The Vol Walk Head coach Johnny Majors and his team performed the first "Vol Walk" into Neyland Stadium before the Alabama game on Oct. 20, 1990. They marched from Gibbs Hall down Yale Avenue (now Peyton Manning Pass) and Stadium Drive (now Phillip Fulmer Way) into Neyland Stadium about two hours before kickoff. In 1989, the team walked unofficially to the games from Bill Gibbs Dormitory. That phenomenon caught on with fans. However, the first publicized and announced Vol Walk did not take place until the Alabama game in 1990. Twenty years later, the Vols have maintained the tradition of greeting fans as they make their way to the locker rooms and prepare for the game.

 The Power T

The famed letter “T” debuted on Tennessee’s helmets in 1964 as Doug Dickey assumed the coaching reins. Johnny Majors had the ‘T’ slightly redesigned when he was named head coach in 1977. Dickey also brought another Tennessee tradition to life when he started the Vols running through a giant “T’ formed by the band. The tradition began on Sept. 25, 1965, versus Army.

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NEYLAND’S MAXIMS 1. The team that makes the fewest mistakes will win. 2. Play for and make the breaks and when one comes your way -- SCORE. 3. If at first the game or the breaks go against you, don’t let up -- put on more steam. 4. Protect our kickers, our QB, our lead and our ball game. 5. Ball, oskie, cover, block, cut and slice, pursue and gang tackle -- for this is the WINNING EDGE. 6. Press the kicking game. Here is where the breaks are made. 7. Carry the fight to our opponent and keep it there for 60 minutes.


orange & white The colors Orange and White were selected by Charles Moore, a member of the first football team in 1891, and later were approved by a vote of the student body. The colors were those of the common American daisy which grew in profusion on The Hill. Tennessee players did not appear in the now-famous Orange jerseys until the season opening game in 1922. Coach M.B. Banks’ Vols won that game over Emory and Henry by a score of 50-0.

 Rocky Top Felice and Boudleaux Bryant’s “Rocky Top,” — written in 10 minutes at the Gatlinburg Inn in 1967 — has captured the fancy of Vol fans everywhere and is a much-requested and much-played song at UT sporting events. First performed as part of a halftime country music show at the 1972 TennesseeAlabama game, the song attracted so much attention and is so beloved that long-time UT band director WJ Julian said that not playing it would cause a mutiny among Vol fans. It’s been described as “simplistic and clever,” with five basic chords and title being repeated 19 times. Yet opposing coaches have mentioned the influence and impact of “Rocky Top” on their teams and their game preparations. There have been more than 100 renditions of “Rocky Top” by individuals, country groups, bluegrass and even East Tennessee rock groups. “Rocky Top” was adopted as an official song of the state of Tennessee by Chapter 545 of the Public Acts of 1982.

The Smokeys Smokey Smokey II Smokey III Smokey IV Smokey V Smokey VI Smokey VII Smokey VIII Smokey IX Smokey X

(1953-1954) (1955-1964) (1965-1977) (1978-1979) (1980-1983) (1984-1991) (1992-1994) (1995-2003) (2004-2012) (Starts In 2013)

The unique design accompanied coach Doug Dickey’s arrival in 1964 when the Vols played Boston College on Oct. 10. The colorful and popular end zones were a part of Tennessee football until 1968 when the natural sod was dug out and artificial turf was put in its place. The tradition was reinstated with the new artificial turf in 1989 and has continued with the transformation to natural grass in 1994. The checkerboard end zones also now appear at ThompsonBoling Arena.

 Vol Navy Former Vol broadcaster George Mooney found a quicker way to get to Neyland Stadium in 1962 other than fighting the Knoxville traffic. Mooney navigated his little runabout down the Tennessee River to the stadium and spawned what would later become the “Vol Navy.” Tennessee and Washington are the only institutions with football stadiums adjacent to bodies of water.

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 Smokey After a student poll sponsored by the Pep Club revealed a desire to selsct a live mascot for the University, the Pep Club held a contest in 1953 to select a coonhound, a nattive breed of the state, as the mascot. Announcements of the contest in local newspapers read, “This can’t be an ordinary hound. He must be a “Houn’ Dog” in the best sense of the word.” The late Rev. Bill Brooks enetered his prize-winning blue tick coonhound, “Brooks’ Blue Smokey,” in the contest. At halftime of the Mississippi State game that season, the dogs were lined up on the old cheerleaders’ ramp at Shields-Watkins Field. Each dog was introduced over the loudspeaker and the student body cheered for their favorite, with “Blue Smokey” being the last hound introduced. When his name was called, he barked. the students cheered and Smokey threw his head back and barked again. This kept going until the stadium was in an uproar and UT had found its mascot. Rev. Brooks supplied UT with the line of canines until his death in 1986 when his wife, Mildred, took over the caretaking role. She did so until 1994, when her brother and sister-in-law, Earl and Martha Hudson of Knoxville, took over responsibility for Smokey VII and eventually Smokey VIII, with Smokey IX now carrying on the banner of the Smokey lineage. Mrs. Brooks died in July 1997. One of the most beloved figures in the state, Smokey is famous for leading the Vols out of the giant “T” prior to each home game. The dogs have led exciting lives. Smokey II was dognapped by Kentucky students in 1955 and later survived a confrontation with the Baylor Bear at the 1957 Sugar Bowl. Smokey VI, who suffered heat exhaustion in the 140-degree temperatures at the 1991 UCLA game, was listed on the Vols injury report until he returned later in the season. Smokey III complied a 105-39-5 record and two SEC Championships. Smokey VI, who passed away in 1991, was on the sidelines for three SEC Championships. Smokey VIII is the winningest Smokey, having compiled a record of 91-22 (.805), with two SEC titles and the 1998 National Championship. Smokey X was introduced at Homecoming 2012 and will begin his duties in 2013. utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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national awards  AFCA Asst. Coach of the Year

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 (Def. Coordinator/LBs)

 Bronko Nagurski Trophy

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)

 Broyles Award

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)

 Burlsworth 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)

 Davey O’Brien Award

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)

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 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

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)

 Heisman Trophy

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 Dwayne Goodrich (Semifinalist) 2000 Andre Lott (Semifinalist) 2004 Jason Allen (Semifinalist) 2008 Eric Berry (Finalist) 2009 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)


 Randy Moss Return Man 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

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)

 Lombardi Award

 Ray Guy Punting 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 1A 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)

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)

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 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award

 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 *WINNERS IN BOLD

 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

 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) Peyton Manning is UT’s lone winner of the Davey O’Brien, Johnny Unitas Golden Arm, Maxwell and Sullivan awards. utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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list of greats: FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICANS guide to the list

The roster consists only 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. 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).

1920s

Year Name

1929 Gene McEver

Pos.

HB

1930s

Year Name Pos. 1930 Bobby Dodd QB 1931 Herman Hickman G 1933 Beattie Feathers HB 1938 Bowden Wyatt End George Cafego HB Bob Suffridge G 1939 George Cafego HB Ed Molinski G Bob Suffridge G Abe Shires T

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

UP, NEA, NANA, NCAA

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

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 1951 Hank Lauricella HB AP, UP, NEA, INS, CP, FWAA, TSN, AFCA, 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 1956 Johnny Majors HB AP, UP, INS, FEA, FWAA, AFCA, TSN, NY News, NCAA Kyle (Buddy) Cruze End FWAA 1957 Bill Johnson G NEA, FWAA

1960s

Year Name

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Pos.

Award Organizations

1963 Steve DeLong G 1964 Steve DeLong G

FWAA, FbN AP, NEA, FWAA, NY News, TSN, FbN, Time

Year Name Pos. 1965 Frank Emanuel LB 1966 Paul Naumoff LB

Award Organizations AP, NEA, FWAA, TSN, FbN, Time, NCAA AP, UPI, FWAA, COACHES, FbN, NCAA

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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

1970s

Year Name Pos. 1970 Chip Kell G Jackie Walker LB 1971 Bobby Majors Back Jackie Walker LB 1972 Conrad Graham Back Ricky Townsend PK Jamie Rotella LB 1973 Eddie Brown Back Ricky Townsend PK 1975 Larry Seivers WR 1976 Larry Seivers WR 1979 Roland James Back

1980s

Year Name 1982 Willie Gault Jimmy Colquitt

Pos. WR P

Year Name Pos. 1983 Reggie White DT Jimmy Colquitt P 1984 Bill Mayo G 1985 Tim McGee WR Chris White DB 1987 Harry Galbreath G 1988 Keith DeLong LB

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 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 Award Organizations 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

1990s

Year Name Pos. Award Organizations 1990 Antone Davis OT AP, UPI, Camp, Coaches, FWAA, Scripps, FbN, TSN, NCAA Dale Carter DB/KR TSN 1991 Dale Carter DB AP, UPI, FWAA, Camp, Scripps, FbN, Gannett, NCAA Carl Pickens WR Coaches, FbN, Scripps, Gannett 1992 Todd Kelly DE FbN 1993 John Becksvoort PK FWAA, Scripps 1994 Jeff Smith OL Scripps 1997 Leonard Little DE Camp Peyton Manning QB AP, Camp, Scripps, FWAA, AFCA, FbN, NCAA 1998 Al Wilson LB AP, FWAA, AFCA, NCAA 1999 Cosey Coleman OG AP, Camp, FWAA, FbN, Coaches, NCAA Deon Grant DB Camp, FbN, TSN, Coaches, NCAA Raynoch Thompson LB AP, Coaches

2000s

Year Name Pos. 2000 John Henderson DT 2001 John Henderson DT Travis Stephens RB 2003 Dustin Colquitt P 2004 Kevin Burnett LB Jesse Mahelona DT Michael Munoz OT  2006 Robert Meachem WR Arron Sears OT 2007 Daniel Lincoln PK 2008 Eric Berry DB 2009 Eric Berry DB

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, Rivals, Camp, Coaches FWAA Camp, AFCA, AP, FWAA, TSN, NCAA Camp, AFCA, AP, FWAA, TSN, NCAA

PEYTON MANNING SCHOLARSHIP The University of Tennessee honors former Vol quarterback and All-American 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 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14

Jay Stephen Burns (Bulls Gap) Rebekah Ann Capps (Nashville) Hampton Andrew Holcomb Jr. (Memphis) Kimberly Anne Campbell (Union City) Rachel Lauren Mathews (Knoxville) Bradford Andrew Russell (Charlotte, N.C.) Michael Austen Clapp (Greensboro, N.C.) Jessica Nicole Jarrell (Mosheim) Nora Sue Hutchison (Maynardville) Kara Leann Seat (Nashville) Elizabeth Joyce Tiller (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Joseph Hunter Tipton (Maryville) Marianela D’Aprile (Martin) Phoebe Fogelman (Oak Ridge); Tyrel Prentiss (Knoxville) Chris Barnes (Knoxville); Macy Harrison (Frisco, Texas) Alexandra Brito (Brentwood) Grant Currin (Cleveland)

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1989 Eric Still G

BY THE NUMBERS

74

>> Tennessee’s individual All-America selections, who have been recognized a total of 90 times.

35

>> Vols who have earned consensus NCAA All-America honors.

1

>> Three-time AllAmerica selection: Bob Suffridge in 1938, 1939 and 1940.

11

>> Most consecutive years with All-America selections from 1963-73, 25 total honorees.

Alexandra Brito and Grant Currin received the 16th annual Peyton Manning Scholarship at a presentation in June 2013.

ALL-AMERICAN FACTS  Tennessee has had one three-time All-America selection, guard Bob Suffridge, chosen in 1938, 1939 and 1940. Fourteen (14) other Vols have earned All-America honors twice during their careers.  The most honorees in one year were four, in 1939 and 1966.  Two of Tennessee’s All-Americas later became head coaches at their alma mater: Bowden Wyatt (1938) in 1955 and Johnny Majors (1956) in 1977.  Tennessee has had one father-son combination All-America selection in Steve DeLong (1963-64) and Keith DeLong (1988). Tennessee has had one brother combination, Johnny Majors (1956)

and Bobby Majors (1971), and one set of cousins, Jimmy Colquitt (1982, 83) and Dustin Colquitt (2003).  Three of Tennessee’s All-America selections made All-America in other sports. All-America punter Ron Widby (1966) was a basketball All-America in 1967. Former Olympian and wide receiver Willie Gault (1982) was a track and field All-America in 1981-83. Richmond Flowers (1967) earned track and field All-America honors in 1968-69.  All-America selections Bill Johnson (1957, Bob Johnson (1967), and Peyton Manning (1997) also earned Academic All-America honors the same season. utSPORTs.com // @VOL_FOOTBALL ON TWITTER

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all-sec: first team AP 1933-present; Coaches 1984-present; UPI 1950-1990 Year Name 1933 Beattie Feathers Sheriff Maples 1934 Murray Warmath 1936 Phil Dickens 1938 George Cafego Bob Suffridge Bowden Wyatt 1939 George Cafego Bob Foxx Ed Molinski James Rike Abe Shires 1940 Bob Foxx Abe Shires Bob Suffridge 1941 Don Edmiston 1942 Al Hust 1944 Bob Dobelstein Buster Stephens 1945 Bob Dobelstein 1946 Dick Huffman 1948 Norman Meseroll 1949 Bud Sherrod 1950 Ted Daffer Hank Lauricella Bud Sherrod 1951 Doug Atkins Ted Daffer Hank Lauricella John Michels Bill Pearman Bert Rechichar 1952 Doug Atkins Mack Franklin Francis Holohan Andy Kozar John Michels 1953 Bob Fisher 1954 Darris McCord Tom Tracy 1955 Johnny Majors 1956 Buddy Cruze John Gordy Johnny Majors 1957 Bobby Gordon Bill Johnson 1959 Joe Schaffer 1961 Mike Lucci 1963 Steve DeLong 1964 Steve DeLong 1965 Frank Emanuel Bobby Frazier 1966 Austin Denney Bob Johnson Johnny Mills Paul Naumoff 1967 John Boynton Albert Dorsey Bob Johnson Charles Rosenfelder 1968 Ken DeLong Chip Kell Steve Kiner Richard Pickens Charles Rosenfelder Jim Weatherford 1969 Ken DeLong Chip Kell Steve Kiner Jack Reynolds Curt Watson

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Pos. Award Org. Back AP C AP G AP Back AP Back AP G AP End AP Back AP Back AP G AP C AP T AP Back AP T AP G AP T AP End AP G AP Back AP G AP T AP T AP End AP G AP, UPI Back UPI End AP T AP G AP, UPI Back AP, UPI G AP T AP, UPI Back AP End AP, UPI End AP G AP Back AP, UPI G AP, UPI T UPI T UPI Back AP, UPI Back AP, UPI End AP, UPI T AP, UPI Back AP, UPI Back AP, UPI G AP, UPI T AP, UPI C AP G AP, UPI G AP, UPI LB AP, UPI End AP, UPI TE UPI C AP WR AP LB AP, UPI T AP, UPI DB AP, UPI C AP, UPI G AP 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

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1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990

Frank Yanossy Mike Bevans Chip Kell Bobby Majors Tim Priest Jackie Walker Curt Watson George Hunt Ray Nettles Bobby Majors Jackie Walker Curt Watson Bill Emendorfer Conrad Graham Jamie Rotella Ricky Townsend John Wagster Eddie Brown Condredge Holloway Neil Clabo Mickey Marvin Stanley Morgan Mickey Marvin Mike Mauck Ron McCartney Larry Seivers Andy Spiva Craig Colquitt Mickey Marvin Stanley Morgan Larry Seivers Andy Spiva Craig Colquitt Robert Shaw Roland James Robert Shaw Reggie Harper Roland James Craig Puki Jimmy Streater Tim Irwin Jim Noonan Lee North Lee North Willie Gault Fuad Reveiz Johnnie Jones Bill Mayo Glenn Streno Reggie White 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

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 RB AP, UPI, Coaches G AP, UPI, Coaches QB AP LB AP, Coaches WR AP, UPI, Coaches PK AP, UPI, Coaches DB AP, UPI, Coaches T AP, UPI, Coaches LB UPI, Coaches T UPI, Coaches G AP, UPI, Coaches DT UPI DB AP LB AP, UPI, Coaches G Coaches G Coaches P UPI, Coaches DE AP, UPI, Coaches G AP, UPI, Coaches RB AP, Coaches DB AP, UPI, Coaches P UPI


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 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

T T WR RB DB LB DB DE G WR DE DE G 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

AP, UPI, Coaches Coaches AP, UPI, Coaches AP, UPI, Coaches AP, Coaches Coaches Coaches AP AP, Coaches AP, Coaches AP AP, Coaches AP, Coaches AP Coaches AP, Coaches AP, Coaches AP, Coaches Coaches AP, Coaches AP AP, Coaches Coaches AP Coaches Coaches Coaches AP, Coaches AP, Coaches AP Coaches AP AP, Coaches AP AP Coaches AP AP, Coaches AP, Coaches AP AP, Coaches AP, Coaches AP, Coaches

Dwayne Goodrich Deon Grant Tee Martin Raynoch Thompson Darwin Walker 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 2011 Malik Jackson Da’Rick Rogers 2012 Cordarrelle Patterson Mychal Rivera

DB DB QB LB DT 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 DL WR AP TE

Coaches AP, Coaches AP, Coaches AP, Coaches AP, Coaches 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 AP AP AP, Coaches Coaches

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all-sec: second & Third teams AP 1933-present; Coaches 1993-present; UPI 1950-1961

Year Name 1933 J.B. Ellis 1934 Howard Bailey Gene Rose Charlie Vaughan 1935 Gene Rose 1936 DeWitt Weaver 1937 George Cafego Bowden Wyatt 1938 Leonard Coffman Ed Molinski Babe Wood 1939 Sam Bartholomew Bob Suffridge 1940 John Butler Edward Cifers Ed Molinski 1941 Ray Graves 1942 Bob Cifers Dick Huffman 1944 Bill Bevis Russ Morrow 1945 Buster Stephens Bill Bevis Buddy Pike 1946 Frank Hubbell Dick Huffman

Pos. Guard End End Back End Guard Back End Back Guard Back Back Guard Back End Guard Center Back Tackle Back Center Back Back End End Tackle

Team/Award Org. 2nd (AP) 2nd (AP) 2nd (AP) 2nd (AP) 2nd (AP) 2nd (AP) 2nd (AP) 3rd (AP) 2nd (AP) 3rd (AP) 3rd (AP) 2nd (AP) 2nd (AP) 2nd (AP) 2nd (AP) 2nd (AP) 3rd (AP) 2nd (AP) 3rd (AP) 2nd (AP) 3rd (AP) 2nd (AP) 3rd (AP) 3rd (AP) 2nd (AP) 2nd (AP)

1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 UPI) 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957

Walter Slater Denver Crawford Hal Littleford Jim Powell Ted Daffer Hank Lauricella Bud Sherrod Jack Stroud Andy Kozar Gordon Polofsky

Back 3rd (AP) Tackle 3rd (AP) Back 2nd (AP) End 2nd (AP) Guard 3rd (AP) Back 2nd (AP, UPI) End 2nd (UPI) Tackle 3rd (UPI) Back 2nd (AP, UPI) Center/Back 2nd (AP,

Bert Rechichar Bob Davis John Michels Howard Payne Jim Haslam Moose Barbish Roger Rotroff Bob Fisher Roger Rotroff Jimmy Wade Mack Franklin Darris McCord Charles Rader Bubba Howe Roger Urbano Tommy Bronson

Back Center Guard Back Tackle LB End Tackle End Back End Tackle Tackle Center End Back

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Kelly Ziegler 1988 Jeff Francis Eric Still Preston Warren Thomas Woods 1989 Charles McRae Preston Warren Thomas Woods 1990 Earnest Fields Alvin Harper Andy Kelly Charles McRae 1991 Darryl Hardy Andy Kelly 1993 John Becksvoort Cory Fleming Charlie Garner Jason Parker Ben Talley James Wilson 1994 Jason Layman Bubba Miller Jason Parker Jeff Smith James Stewart Ben Talley 1995 Shane Burton Jay Graham Scott Galyon Jeff Hall Leonard Little Peyton Manning Bubba Miller Jeff Smith 1996 Terry Fair Jay Graham Jeff Hall Peyton Manning 1997 Jonathan Brown Terry Fair Jamal Lewis Leonard Little Marcus Nash Trey Teague Al Wilson 1998 Chad Clifton Cosey Coleman Dwayne Goodrich Peerless Price Darwin Walker 1999 Chad Clifton Dwayne Goodrich Jamal Lewis Cedrick Wilson 2000 Andre Lott Eric Westmoreland Cedrick Wilson 2001 Albert Haynesworth Will Overstreet Donte’ Stallworth Kelley Washington 2002 Rashad Baker Julian Battle Dustin Colquitt Eddie Moore Will Ofenheusle 2003 Rashad Baker Kevin Burnett Cedric Houston Michael Munoz Kevin Simon Scott Wells Gibril Wilson 2004 Jason Allen Dustin Colquitt

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2008 Robert Ayers Anthony Parker Rico McCoy 2009 Montario Hardesty Rico McCoy Chris Scott Dan Williams 2010 Janzen Jackson Malik Jackson Prentiss Waggner 2011 Malik Jackson Da’Rick Rogers 2012 Justin Hunter A.J. Johnson Cordarrelle Patterson Mychal Rivera Antonio Richardson Dallas Thomas

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 SEC ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 1994-95 /// Baseball/Football 1976-77 /// Football

The SEC 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 1960-90. The Associated Press has chosen a league coach of the year since 1946.

Peyton Manning Todd Helton

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)

 jacobs blocking trophy

1997-98 /// Football

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.

 SEC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 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. 1933 1938 1939 1955 1956 1983 1993 1997 2008

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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)

1938 1939 1944 1945 1951 1952 1956 1957 1959 1960 1965 1967 1969 1970 1987 1989 1990 2006

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) 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)

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On Sept. 15, 2012, the University of Tennessee announced the retirement of the jersey of legend Johnny Majors (45). Based on the new criteria for these types of honors, the jersey of Majors is being retired, but the number 45 is not being taken out of circulation. This will be the case for all subsequent Tennessee football players whose jerseys are retired. In 2005, ceremonies were held to retire the jerseys of Doug Atkins (91), Peyton Manning (16) and Reggie White (92). Also, in 2006 four former Vols, 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 on Sept. 9, 2006.

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Peyton Manning 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 ScholarAthlete 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 14 seasons played and garnered an NFL-record four MVP awards (2004, 05, 08, 09). Manning led the Colts to two Super Bowl appearances (XLI & XLIV) including XLI MVP honors.

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JOHNNY MAJORS Ceremony Sept. 15, 2012

A 1987 inductee of the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame, Majors played for the Volunteers from 1954-1956. He earned both SEC Player of the Year honors and All-SEC selection at tailback twice, in 1955 and 1956. A unanimous All-American in 1956, he finished second in the Heisman Trophy balloting after leading the Vols to a 10-1 record, an appearance in the Sugar Bowl, and a final national ranking of No. 2. 146

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Ceremony Nov. 19, 2005

Doug Atkins is considered by many to be the greatest defensive linemen in football history. After originally signing with UT on a basketball scholarship, Atkins went on to gridiron All-America 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 29-4-1 with Atkins on the field and won the 1951 national championship.

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Clyde (Ig) Fuson

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Rudy Klarer

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Bill Nowling

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Willis Tucker

(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.

(March 9, 1923 — Jan. 6, 1945) was a reserve guard in 1941 and starter in 1942, from Louisville, Ky.

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Reggie White Ceremony Oct. 1, 2005

White, who died Dec. 26, 2004, at the age of 43, collected a schoolrecord 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.

(Aug. 8, 1920 — Aug. 9, 1944), a fullback 1940-42, from St. Petersburg, Fla., was a three-year starter.

(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.


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Abernathy, George (Owl) T., C, 1926, 27, Pulaski Ackermann, Norbert J. Sr., C, 1939, 40 (Capt.), Louisville, Ky. Ackermann, Norbert J. Jr., C, 1963, 64, Chamblee, Ga. Adams, Mark, TE, 1988, 89, 90, 91, Virginia Beach, Va. Adams, Ralph, G, 1952, Lawrenceburg Adkins, Stockton, BB, 1955, 56, 57, Union City Aguillard, Kyle, TE, 1977, 78, 79, Port Neches, Texas Aiello, Sam, QB, 1982, Huntington Beach, Calif. Aiken, Malcolm, T, 1930, 31, 32 (Capt.), Memphis Ainge, Erik, QB, 2004, 05, 06, 07, Hillsboro, Ore. Aitchison, Bret, DE, 1979, Boise, Idaho Akin, Brent, OG, 1978 (Service), Florence, Ala. Alatorre, Steve, QB, 1980, 81, Cypress, Calif. Alexander, Corey, DB 2012 (Service), Gallatin Alexander, Frank, E., 1950, 51, 52, Murphy, N.C. Alexander, Roger, DE, 1998, Paterson, N.J. Alexander, W.C., Sub., 1900 Allen, David C., DB, 1970, 71, 72, Athens, Ga. Allen, Jason, DB, 2002, 03, 04 (Capt.), 05 (Capt.), Muscle Shoals, Ala. Allen, Jimmy, TE, 1970, Vincennes, Ind. Allen, John H., RHB, 1929, 30, 31, Elizabethton Allen, Mikki, DB, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Murfreesboro Alley, E.H. (Herc), RE, 1927, 28, Chattanooga Alston, Chris, C, 1992, Hopkins, S.C. Amonette, Jason, P, 1993 (Service), Nashville Amsler, Greg, RB, 1986, 88, 89, 90, Chatham, N.J. Anderson, Anthony, DB, 2009, 10, 11, Knoxville Anderson, Bill, WB, 1955, 56, 57 (Capt.), Bradenton, Fla. Anderson, Carson, OL, 2012 (Service), Florence, Ala. Anderson, Charlie, DE, 1974, 75, 76, Florence, Ala. Anderson, Cory, FB, 2003, 04, 05, 06 Knoxville Anderson, Malcolm S., B, 1932, 33, 34, Tullahoma Anderson, Wendell, RB, 1980 (Service), Knoxville Andridge, Bob (Breezer), HB, 1938, 39, 40, Knoxville Applewhite, J.M., LHB, 1911 Asumnu, Stanley, WR, 2006 (Service), Houston, Texas Arbo, Billy, WR, 1975, 76, 77, 78, Knoxville Archibald, Doug, LB, 1964, 65, 66, Sarasota, Fla. Armstrong, Carlton, RB, 1979, 80, 81, Nashville Armstrong, Jack, BB/QB, 1946, 47, 48, Lenoir City Armstrong, Murray, RE, 1956, 57, 58, Somerville Arnett, DeAnthony, WR, 2011, Saginaw, Mich. Asbury, E.J., G, 1944, 45, Kenvir, Ky. Aszman, Jim, P, 1986, Cleveland

Atchley, Randy, OG, 1984 (Service), Seymour Atherton, Myles, RB, 1998 (Service), Brandon, Miss. Atkins, Doug, T, 1950, 51, 52, Humboldt Augustine, Pat, RE, 1959, 61, 62 (Capt.), Loretto Austelle, Alfred, T, 1934, Cowan Austin, Raymond, DB, 1993, 94, 95, 96, (Capt.) Lawton, Okla. Autry, Keith, OG, 1974, Louisville, Ky. Ayres, Joseph, DT, 2010, 11, Knoxville Ayres, Robert, DE, 2005, 06, 07, 08 (Capt.) Clio, S.C. Aymett, Julian, C, 1902, 03, Pulaski

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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, 09, 11, 12 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, Tom L., DE, 1969, 70, 71, Somerville Bennett, William R. (Bill), BB, 1956, 57, Elizabethtown, Ky. 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 Blanc, Cody, WR, 2012, Knoxville Blankenship, Warren, C, 1959, 60, 61, Huntingdon Blaylock, Brad, P, 2001 (Service) Cincinnati, Ohio Blessing, Hugh 1944 Bohannon, WIllie, DE, 2009, 10, 11, 12, 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 Bonner, Deion, DB, 2012, Columbus, Ga. Booker, Ronnie, MG, 1982, Knoxville

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HISTORY 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, 11, 12, Kingsburg, Calif. Breeding, Ken, RE, 1960, 61, Kingsport Brengle, Bobby, TB, 1952, 53, 54, Spring City Brewer, Brent, DB, 2010, 11, 12, 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 Brodus, Derrick, PK, 2012, Alcoa 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.

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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, Nash, FB, 1901, 02 (Capt.) Memphis Bullard, Alex, OL/TE, 2011, 12, Franklin 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.

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Cafego, George, HB, 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, J.R., DS, 2012, Lomita, Calif. Carr, Marcus , TE, 1999 (Service), Kingsport Carroll, Alonzo M. Jr. (Goat), LE, 1911, 12, 13, 14 Carroll, Steve, DT, 1967, 68, 69, Chattanooga Carson, Allan, DL, 2011, Oxford, Ala. 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, Jacob, WR, 2012, Nashville 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 Clear, Cameron, TE, 2011, Memphis 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


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, 11, 12, Birmingham, Ala. 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, PK, 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. Dallas, Vincent, WR, 2011, 12, Ellenwood, Ga. 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. Darr, Matt, P, 2011, 12, Bakersfield, Calif. 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 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

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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 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, Jeff, DT, 1995, 96, 97, 98, Gaffney, S.C. Coleman, Jimmy L., E, 1938, 39, 40, St. Albans, W.Va. Coleman, Justin, DB, 2011, 12, Brunswick, Ga. 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 Couch, Maurice, DL, 2011, 12, Orlando, Fla. 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, Lennon, RB, 2007, 08 Tatum, Tex.

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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 Eichholtz, 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

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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. 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 Fowlkes, Steven, DL, 2012, College Park, Ga. 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, Dwayne, WR, 1992, Hagerstown, Md. French, F.D., RG, 1900, Maryville Frere, Rob, DT, 1970, 71, 72, Annandale, Va. 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/LB, 2010, 11, 12, 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, 11, Homewood, Ill.


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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, 12, 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, 11, 12, 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, Winston-Salem, 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, Daniel, DB, 2012, Lauderdale Lakes, Fla. 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, 11, 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.

H Hackman, J.S., LHB, (Buddy) 1928, 29, 30, Nashville Hagy, Everett, Sub., 1896 Hahn, Jimmy C., MG, 1966, 67, 68 (Service), Gainesville, Fla. Hahn, Jimmy R., QB, 1949, 50, 51, Newport News, Va. Hair, Sammy, DE, 1972, 73, 74, Dalton, Ga. Hale, Jerrone, 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 Harrism Christian, LB, 2012, Woodstock, Ga. 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

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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.

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HISTORY 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 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

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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, Daniel, DL, 2011, 12, Knoxville 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, Alton, WR, 2012, Orlando, Fla. Howard, Anthony, DT, 1985, 86, Berkeley, Calif. Howard, Chip, WR, 1971, 72, 73, Knoxville Howard, Ermal, 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 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, 11, 12, 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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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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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, 11, Northridge, Calif. Jackson, Marcus, OL, 2011, 12, Vero Beach, Fla. 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, 11, 12, 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 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, A.J., LB, 2011, 12, Gainesville, Ga. Johnson, Austin, FB, 2008, 09, 10, 11 (Capt.), 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 (Inky), 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


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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 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. Kerbyson, Kyler, OL, 2012, Knoxville 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, Justin, FB, 2012, Dunwood, Ga. 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, McKeesRocks, 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.

L 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 Lane Jr., Marlin, TB, 2011, 12, Daytona Beach, Fla. Lanier, Izauea, DB, 2011, Gordo, Ala. 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. Lassiter, Robert, WR, 1970, 72, 73, Bethpage Latham, F.S. Jr., LE, 1909, 10 Lathers, Herman, LB, 2009, 10, 12, 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.

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Maggitt, Curt, LB, 2011, 12, West Palm Beach, Fla. 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, 11 (Capt.), Cincinnati, Ohio

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HISTORY 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 McCullers, Daniel, DL, 2012, Raleigh, N.C. 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.

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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. McGlothlin, Bill, LB, 1970, 71, 72, Portland McGlothlin, Matt, DT, 2003, 05, 06, Richlands, Va. McGuire, Kennard, WR, 1986, 87, Memphis McGruder, Lynn, DT, 2000, Las Vegas, Nev. McGuire, R.L., RG, 1910, 11, 12, Norton, N.C. McKeen, E. Allyn, E, 1925, 26, 27, Memphis McKelvy, Jerry, G, 1965, Camden 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. McNeil, LaDarrell, DB, 2012, Dallas, Texas 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. 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., E, 1968, (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, 11, 12, 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 Milton, Matt, WR, 2011, Mascoutah, Ill. 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, 11, 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, Byron, DB, 2011, 12, Carson, Calif. 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 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, B.Y., C, 1922, 23, Cedar Hill Morris, Horace, DE, 1991, 92, 93 (Capt.), Miami, Fla. Morris, Randall, RB, 1980, 81, 82, 83, Long Beach, Calif.


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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, 11, 12, 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, Wichita, 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, K, 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.

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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 Orta, Geraldo, DB, 2012, Valdosta, Ga. 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.

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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, 11, 12, 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, Cordarrelle, WR/KR, 2012, Rock Hill, S.C. 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. 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, Cranston, 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.), 11 (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.

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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.

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Q Quillen, Ford, BB, 1958, Gate City, Va.

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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 Ramseur, Chris, LB, 1997, 98, Maiden, N.C. Ramsey, R.W., FB, 1909 Randolph, Brian, DB, 2011, 12, Kennesaw, Ga. Ransey, Allen C., C, 1936, 37, Gallatin 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 Reagan, Dick, T, 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, 11, 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

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Reynolds, Jack, LB, 1967, 68, 69, Cincinnati, Ohio Reynolds, Mike, G, 1964, Athens Rhea, Charles McClung, LE, 1891 Rhome, Chip, PK/P, 2011, Christiana 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, Antonio, OL, 2011, 12, Nashville 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, Jr., Gerald, TB, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Chattanooga Rike, Jim, C, 1938, 39, Somerville 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, 11, 12, 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, 11, Calhoun, Ga. Rogers, E.N., RE, 1908, 09 Rogers, Zach, WR, 2009, 10, 11, 12, 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. Sanford, Craig, PK, 1997 (Service), Hermitage Sapp, Dontavis, DB, 2010, 11, 12, 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 Saulsberry, Trevarris, DL, 2012, Gainesville, Fla. 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, E, 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 Sentimore, Darrington, DL, 2012, Norco, La. 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


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, 11, 12, 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, Scot, 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, 11, 12, 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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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, Shelbyville 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. Silvey, George, TB, 1968, 70, 71, Nashville Simerly A.E., C, 1902 Simonetti, Leonard, T, 1940, 41, New Philadelphia, Ohio Simmonds, R.M., QB, 1915 Simmons, Tony, DT, 1982, 83, 84, Oakland, Calif. Simms, Matt, QB, 2010, 11, 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.

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HISTORY 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, 11, 12, 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,