Condredge Holloway is heading back into the national spotlight.
The legendary Tennessee quarterback will play a significant role in ESPN's year-long initiative to break down what is widely considered the most important position in sports, which will include a one-hour documentary with country music star Kenny Chesney.
The network will launch its "Year of the Quarterback" tonight with a feature on former Florida quarterback Tim Tebow, but the attention will shift to the Vols and Holloway next month when "The Color Orange: The Condredge Holloway Story" is aired on Feb. 20 at 8 p.m.
Now an assistant athletic director for player relations at UT, Holloway remains one of the more celebrated players in school history after leading the program to three bowl games in three seasons as its first black starter, winning 25 games and setting a record by throwing just 12 interceptions in 407 attempts.
He later played 13 seasons in the Canadian Football League before returning to Knoxville to earn his degree and has spent 13 more years working in the athletic department behind the scenes.
Next month, he'll be front and center again.