5 Things to watch as Vols open practice

Five things to watch as UT football opens fall camp:

1. Carry Over, Carry On: The coaching staff crammed a lot of new scheming into spring practice, especially on defense. After a lapse of more than three months, how much carry-over will the Vols retain? It makes a big difference if camp starts on Page 101 instead of going back to Page 1.

2. Bray's Blip: The offseason narrative of Tyler Bray's newfound focus and maturity took a hit last week with the beer-bottle incident. As far as we know, he wasn't just getting in a little extra work throwing the deep ball. Any team profits when the quarterback can be counted on as a leader. Bray needs to make sure there are no more blips.

3. Big Guys, Big Challenge: For a change, there is no shortage of big bodies on the defensive line. The Vols check in with four 300-pounders and six more at 280-plus. But most are largely unproven and the question remains which ones can get the job done and stuff an SEC running game? Daniel McCullers and Darrington Sentimore head a posse of reinforcements.

4. Tailback Competition: Spring practice was geared toward improving the SEC's worst rushing attack. But the distribution of carries is still wide open. There are seven scholarship tailbacks, including holdovers Rajion Neal, Marlin Lane, Devrin Young and Tom Smith. Newcomers Davante Borque, Quenshaun Watson and Alden Hill merit a good look.

5. Closing Ranks: Since spring ended, starting cornerback Izauea Lanier and promising tight end Cameron Clear have dropped off the depth chart. Justin Coleman, Marsalis Teague and Eric Gordon have all started a game at corner and newcomers Deion Bonner and Daniel Gray have a less-cluttered path into the rotation. Sophomore Brendan Downs sees his role expand in Clear's absence. Newcomer Justin Meredith hopes to get acclimated quickly.

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lemme_axya_this writes:

Thirty days huh? Piece of cake.

Weatherman writes:

I would simply add that WE NEED TO FIND A KICKER! GBO!!

lemme_axya_this writes:

I hope Mr. Strange's column gets more attention than Mr. Adams' latest effort.

VolinCalif writes:

in response to Weatherman:

I would simply add that WE NEED TO FIND A KICKER! GBO!!

Bleacher Report stated that the PS RB (Redd) is in fact Xfering to So Cal.I know this has floated around from the day the NCAA posted their results. I had read that the NCAA had said no that USC could not take part in Penn St Xfer's but that doesn't appear to be true. I was hoping UT would pick up a couple of good players a kicker being one of them. Doesn't look likely at this time. Has anyone heard anything else that is favorable?

wagee12 writes:

Downs would have played more tight end this year than Clear anyway. Downs has much potential at 6-5 1/2, 255, 4.65. Tennesse has kickers, someone will step up during practice this month. Bray threw some beer bottles, big whoop.

kcbigorngX writes:

I think a linebacker corps as good as ours will hold its own against the running game.Them cats are gonna give opposing OC's nightmares. Big ? marks are in the secondary.

The one thing that makes me feel better about the corners is they practice against some of the best in the country every single day.

Offensively its simple; Tyler manages the line of scrimmage and hits whoever is open.His time is now to step into the Vols record books. If the O-line has come about(one of the running backs is going to step up I think) we will score on anybody...and that includes Bama.

VolinCalif writes:

in response to wagee12:

Downs would have played more tight end this year than Clear anyway. Downs has much potential at 6-5 1/2, 255, 4.65. Tennesse has kickers, someone will step up during practice this month. Bray threw some beer bottles, big whoop.

I never got it straight. Did Bray throw the bottles or were they just thrown from his balcony and it was reported? Somewhere I got the Idea that was the case and that Bray offered to pay the damage to keep things on the right track. Does anyone really know the truth?

MetroplexMojo writes:

6. Who will kick the damn ball?

VolinCalif writes:

in response to MetroplexMojo:

6. Who will kick the damn ball?

Johnny Faster. But I think he is hiding in a Sorority some where.

10seVol85_Part_Deux writes:

in response to VolinCalif:

Bleacher Report stated that the PS RB (Redd) is in fact Xfering to So Cal.I know this has floated around from the day the NCAA posted their results. I had read that the NCAA had said no that USC could not take part in Penn St Xfer's but that doesn't appear to be true. I was hoping UT would pick up a couple of good players a kicker being one of them. Doesn't look likely at this time. Has anyone heard anything else that is favorable?

What I read about USC and PSU players wasn't that they couldn't transfer there, but that USC would not get a waiver to exceed their scholarship limits that are in place due to their punishment.

VolinCalif writes:

That sounds like a just thing. But SC will get rid of some Scholarship players to make room for the better players. Was around SC for many years and that is their style. They have a great program but they are SC first and forget morels etc. Thanks for the Info.

VFL_Troll_Patrol writes:

Im looking to see how well the kicking game is. Special teams should be improved but Im worried about the kickers. PAT tries and what not. The kicking game is very important for a team that is rebuilding and recovering. i say that because some of the games this season will come down to last second close score games. I hope to see that the players have adjusted to the 3-4 and can execute well for 60min. Go Vols!

We are the Tennessee Volunteers

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VolinCalif writes:

in response to VFL_Troll_Patrol:

Im looking to see how well the kicking game is. Special teams should be improved but Im worried about the kickers. PAT tries and what not. The kicking game is very important for a team that is rebuilding and recovering. i say that because some of the games this season will come down to last second close score games. I hope to see that the players have adjusted to the 3-4 and can execute well for 60min. Go Vols!

We are the Tennessee Volunteers

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I'm with you Pat.
I think the kicking game has to be better than last year. The kickers came out of HS highly rated. Something went wrong. Injuries? Maybe so but they were at a very bad time. I do believe that they worked very hard on that part of the game this Summer and we will see an improvement. As for the 3-4 I look for it to be very strong this year. Sal is a darn good Def coach and I don't think he will play it against strong teams until we are ready. I really think He is a real improvement over Wilcox. We'll make a splash this year.

Timbo_Slice writes:

in response to VolinCalif:

That sounds like a just thing. But SC will get rid of some Scholarship players to make room for the better players. Was around SC for many years and that is their style. They have a great program but they are SC first and forget morels etc. Thanks for the Info.

My understanding is that USC has the same rules as everyone else. They can add to there roster from a Penn State transfer and it will cost them a scholarship in the following years class, which, with their restrictions, would put them at signing only 14 players next year.
They have done a nice job of spacing out their sanctions and are in a really good posistion this year. But, they still have 3 years of scholly reductions. As we Vol fans know, it is hard to compete with a limited roster. Darker days still to come for Kiffin and co.!

tovolny writes:

Mike, you do a good job.

VolinCalif writes:

in response to Timbo_Slice:

My understanding is that USC has the same rules as everyone else. They can add to there roster from a Penn State transfer and it will cost them a scholarship in the following years class, which, with their restrictions, would put them at signing only 14 players next year.
They have done a nice job of spacing out their sanctions and are in a really good posistion this year. But, they still have 3 years of scholly reductions. As we Vol fans know, it is hard to compete with a limited roster. Darker days still to come for Kiffin and co.!

Being a UT/UCLA fan I sure hope you are correct about Kiffin having a bad bunch of days ahead. But I think Lane is a very good coach and he has a great staff. Every kid on the west coast waits in line for an offer from So Cal, They are like ND use to be, They could reduce their Sch's by a half and still be loaded with talent. Most of their walk-on could start in many schools, Ky,Mi, Tulane etc. I don't think Or can keep up the pressure on So Cal so they will win the Pac 10

copia69296 writes:

This article makes it seem as if everybody went home after spring practice and coaches and players are waiting on camp to start before they see each other.

NC State is a tough team to start the season. They educated Clemson last year(UT knows how that feels), so they have the potential.

Sept 1 we will know how well UT has prepared for the season. I am more worried about the little things that can cause big problems, things like do we have a consistent kicker and can D Rogers keep his mouth shut and not cause 15 yard penalties.

Timbo_Slice writes:

in response to RockyMountainVol:

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So are they already down to 75? I thought they didn't start reductions 'till next year. If so, I wouldn't think they would have any extra's to hand out to walk ons.
On a side note, I just saw where Kyle Prater, a former UT recruit has transfered from USC to Northwestern and is eligible to play immediately. Not sure why he left or the reason for not having to sit out?

Henley-Street-Bridge writes:

in response to GeauxTeamScribbler:

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Please, surely you're no kind of Vols Fan so who cares what you think Spammer?

gc_scvol writes:

You stayed up awfully late just to show your IGNORANCE.

gc_scvol writes:

in response to gc_scvol:

You stayed up awfully late just to show your IGNORANCE.

I'm sorry, that last post was intended for the SCRIBBLER, and it was just troll food. Please forgive me REAL TENNESSEE FANS,the moon was full last night and it just brings out the worst in me. Oh, by the way, Mr. Strange, some very valid points about this fall. Thanks.

Rich_Is_Re-born writes:

Andre Lott out as the VFL coordinator? What is it with all this turnover? I'm sure we'll "upgrade".

Rich_Is_Re-born writes:

in response to Rich_Is_Re-born:

Andre Lott out as the VFL coordinator? What is it with all this turnover? I'm sure we'll "upgrade".

Point being, every time I feel good about this program or we have a wave of positive momentum to ride, something always comes up.

mocsandvolsfan writes:

in response to Rich_Is_Re-born:

Point being, every time I feel good about this program or we have a wave of positive momentum to ride, something always comes up.

Murphy's law? Or Rozanne Rosannadanna? "It just goes to show ya...it's always somethin'"?

Rich_Is_Re-born writes:

in response to mocsandvolsfan:

Murphy's law? Or Rozanne Rosannadanna? "It just goes to show ya...it's always somethin'"?

Yeah I hear ya. Just rather disturbing that Dooley keeps bringing in people to do a job, then they somehow end up leaving or fired. This is 9 people over a 2 year period that he's personally brought here to do a job, that's no longer here. That leads me to believe that those being relieved of their duties are not the problem. JMO.

Smokeydog1 writes:

If we can run the ball just average our offense should be as tough as anyones.

voloffaith writes:

in response to MerlotGoVols:

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#7(someone already used 6).....#7 When will mERL_ot_ungovols get over Coach Dooley blog stalking/fascination? Plus as a bonus question..When will merl address the Coach by his proper name and not the lil 3rd grade playground nana nana boom boom taunts? Hey merl address the situation and criticize all you want...just grow up and say Coach Dooley isn't this or that...I'm ok with cricism if it is justified, but any credibility the point might have made is lost in the 3rd grade tirade....comprehende amigo?

TheVolSnake writes:

My first three of five things to watch during fall practice:

1. Running game The back its self comes down to 4 players right now:

As most Vol fans know Rajion Neal averages 5 yards per carry his issue has been fumbling it appears Jay is working on this issue. Time as WR made Neal very valuable as a safety valve receiver out of the back field on 3rd downs or if Bray gets pressure. Neal has set records in the weight room. He has worked out some with the offensive line. Neal has the best combination of strength and speed of any of the backs on the roster. He has the ability to be an almost every down back.

Lane averaged 3.7 yards per carry but maybe too small at this time to be an every down back; if he gains some more weight he has the speed, and ability to break a long run at anytime. Size doesn’t affect his running it is the blocking that will wear him down over a long season. There were flashes of Lane's brilliance, though, and he had his best production in the Vols' toughest games. He caught a game-high six passes for 84 yards against Georgia; he tallied an excellent 7.2 yards per carry and an 18-yard run against LSU; At No. 8 Arkansas, Lane had a 45-yard scamper (a season-long for the Vols) and averaged 6.4 yards per carry. Lane's challenge is to be a better constant playmaker.

Davante Bourque if they keep him at running back (could become a D. Back) will be an outstanding short yardage back and with sometime be a premier tailback, he has the size speed and ability already but may grow too big to be an effective tailback. In High School averaged 10.7 yards per carry.

Young is very fast and will be returning kicks and could be used this year in the slot position and see time as the backup tailback.

2. Kicking game: Palardy, Darr and Brodus concern amongst all of them is consistency. Palardy is the most physically gifted but has issues kicking for the last two years. Entering this year is also George Bullock who made the last field goal in the Orange white game. The kickers had their off season workout plan changed this year and have been working hard on improvement. The main reason for the change was last year nagging injuries plagued the kickers all season long. Lest we forget having to call the backup kicker just prior to a game last year. This is a big area of concern and only time will tell who comes forward and becomes the kicker the Vols need.

3. 3-4: The new 3-4 system will take some time to learn but from all early indications the players have really embraced the change. We have some very gifted players and if they learn the system quickly have a chance to be outstanding this year. The frontline is going to be ironed out on the fall practice and will be a fun battle to see who becomes the D. Line starters.

TheVolSnake writes:

My last two of five things to watch during fall practice:

4. Injuries and depth: for the first time in several years the Vol’s have depth to overcome some injuries but cannot afford several major injuries like last year.

5. 4th quarter win’s: as most know at least a couple of games a year come down to the 4th quarter, last year because of the lack of depth and injuries caused the Vol’s to wear down by the second half. This year with depth and if we stay away from the injury bug we should be very competitive come the 4th quarter this year.

RunningWithTheVols writes:

1. Offensive line needs to play "nasty". "3rd and 2" downs must be automatic first downs using the run.

2. Get Worley plenty of snaps in case Bray misses games to injury or moronic behavior.

3. Alternate kickers: punts, KO's, and FG's. Obviously, we do not have one, decent kicker so let's spread the rep's and go with the "hottest leg" in warm-ups.

Bottomline, Dooley needs to mitigate risk to achieving an 8-4 season by leveraging multiple players.

SpecialTeams writes:

in response to VolinCalif:

Bleacher Report stated that the PS RB (Redd) is in fact Xfering to So Cal.I know this has floated around from the day the NCAA posted their results. I had read that the NCAA had said no that USC could not take part in Penn St Xfer's but that doesn't appear to be true. I was hoping UT would pick up a couple of good players a kicker being one of them. Doesn't look likely at this time. Has anyone heard anything else that is favorable?

Hopefully this is the year that the fans will know the Kicker is not the Punter. Darr has been working with some of the best College punters around the Nation. ( Zauners Camp in Phoenix Az, Kohl's Elite Camp in Wisconsin, Training camp in Calif. to mention a few) Darr has helped coach high school camps in several states. Several current NFL punters have become more then acquaintances ( are are on his speed dial.
Hopefully this will be the year U.T. will have a """Punter""" that the fans will look forward to seeing on the field. Think Positive!! and know Darr has worked hard in the off season and is ready.
Darr low distance punting average last year should be out-weight by the fact that he has a very "Very" good average in balls that ended up inside the 20 (around 50%)with good hang times. and most of his punts were directional , sky punts form inside our 45 yard line.
Dooley split the punting duty and used the kicker for long punts. Mistake I hope is not made again this year.
Also it has been said that Darr is a great holder,and works well with a left footed kicker.

Jakevol writes:

They better find a method to run the ball. OK, so we will see if the big guys up front this year can move some people around. NCSU is not a push over. Their picket 3rd in their divison. They have speed and will be ready. I live in NC and read where they feel they can put a W in the column against the Vols.

GONAVY writes:

in response to mocsandvolsfan:

Murphy's law? Or Rozanne Rosannadanna? "It just goes to show ya...it's always somethin'"?

:)

GONAVY writes:

in response to MerlotGoVols:

(This comment was removed by the site staff.)

Why do you even post?

GONAVY writes:

in response to voloffaith:

#7(someone already used 6).....#7 When will mERL_ot_ungovols get over Coach Dooley blog stalking/fascination? Plus as a bonus question..When will merl address the Coach by his proper name and not the lil 3rd grade playground nana nana boom boom taunts? Hey merl address the situation and criticize all you want...just grow up and say Coach Dooley isn't this or that...I'm ok with cricism if it is justified, but any credibility the point might have made is lost in the 3rd grade tirade....comprehende amigo?

waste of time...

Voltman writes:

in response to TheVolSnake:

My first three of five things to watch during fall practice:

1. Running game The back its self comes down to 4 players right now:

As most Vol fans know Rajion Neal averages 5 yards per carry his issue has been fumbling it appears Jay is working on this issue. Time as WR made Neal very valuable as a safety valve receiver out of the back field on 3rd downs or if Bray gets pressure. Neal has set records in the weight room. He has worked out some with the offensive line. Neal has the best combination of strength and speed of any of the backs on the roster. He has the ability to be an almost every down back.

Lane averaged 3.7 yards per carry but maybe too small at this time to be an every down back; if he gains some more weight he has the speed, and ability to break a long run at anytime. Size doesn’t affect his running it is the blocking that will wear him down over a long season. There were flashes of Lane's brilliance, though, and he had his best production in the Vols' toughest games. He caught a game-high six passes for 84 yards against Georgia; he tallied an excellent 7.2 yards per carry and an 18-yard run against LSU; At No. 8 Arkansas, Lane had a 45-yard scamper (a season-long for the Vols) and averaged 6.4 yards per carry. Lane's challenge is to be a better constant playmaker.

Davante Bourque if they keep him at running back (could become a D. Back) will be an outstanding short yardage back and with sometime be a premier tailback, he has the size speed and ability already but may grow too big to be an effective tailback. In High School averaged 10.7 yards per carry.

Young is very fast and will be returning kicks and could be used this year in the slot position and see time as the backup tailback.

2. Kicking game: Palardy, Darr and Brodus concern amongst all of them is consistency. Palardy is the most physically gifted but has issues kicking for the last two years. Entering this year is also George Bullock who made the last field goal in the Orange white game. The kickers had their off season workout plan changed this year and have been working hard on improvement. The main reason for the change was last year nagging injuries plagued the kickers all season long. Lest we forget having to call the backup kicker just prior to a game last year. This is a big area of concern and only time will tell who comes forward and becomes the kicker the Vols need.

3. 3-4: The new 3-4 system will take some time to learn but from all early indications the players have really embraced the change. We have some very gifted players and if they learn the system quickly have a chance to be outstanding this year. The frontline is going to be ironed out on the fall practice and will be a fun battle to see who becomes the D. Line starters.

Sorry to bust your bubble man really great post and all but George Bullock was never in the Orange and White game. He didnt register for classes till the first semester of summer this year.

crappieking writes:

6. We need a new PROVEN coach. Not someone that was 17-20 at La Tech, and 11-14 (4-12 SEC) at UT. Pathetic.

TheVolSnake writes:

in response to Voltman:

Sorry to bust your bubble man really great post and all but George Bullock was never in the Orange and White game. He didnt register for classes till the first semester of summer this year.

You are correct it was Derrick Brodus' 37-yard field goal with 9:04 left in the game. Not Bullock.

TheVolSnake writes:

in response to crappieking:

6. We need a new PROVEN coach. Not someone that was 17-20 at La Tech, and 11-14 (4-12 SEC) at UT. Pathetic.

What we really need is some true supportive fans, not bashers claiming to be fans.Pathetic.

TheVolSnake writes:

Good News:

The Vol’s added another intern to their program and it's Former Wisconsin kicker Taylor Mehlhaff. Mehlhaff has been running a company doing kicking camps around the country and has been working college camps including Tennessee's kicking camp last June. Welcome aboard

bigjvol22 writes:

lets hope the offensive line has done some improvement as well lookin forward to bein in georgia for the chick-fil-A kickoff game ..... my dad owns a chick-fil-A and we got some cheap tix so lets go vols

VolGrad writes:

in response to MerlotGoVols:

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Little early in the morning to be drinking that Merlot, eh?

Why don't you just choose a team you are really happy about and rant on their message board?

Vol_Logic writes:

in response to VolinCalif:

I'm with you Pat.
I think the kicking game has to be better than last year. The kickers came out of HS highly rated. Something went wrong. Injuries? Maybe so but they were at a very bad time. I do believe that they worked very hard on that part of the game this Summer and we will see an improvement. As for the 3-4 I look for it to be very strong this year. Sal is a darn good Def coach and I don't think he will play it against strong teams until we are ready. I really think He is a real improvement over Wilcox. We'll make a splash this year.

I think we, as fans, need to realize what a huge change this 3-4 is going to be. Particularly in terms of alignment. It will take some time for the guys to learn simply because of all the alignment changes it create (especially for linebackers). Take UGA in 2010, for example. They were 6-7 their first year under Grantham's 3-4, and their stats weren't that great. HOWEVER, we all saw where they ended up last year... one of the best in the SEC. My point being, I think a lot of Vol fans have some high high hopes for this new defenseright out of the gate, but we need to be ready for some "growing pains." I love the 3-4 over the 4-3 because of the speed it allows, but it is so much more complex than a typical 4-3.

And I'm not sure you can put coach Sal over Wilcox, IMO. Look at what Wilcox was able to do last year with a much weaker defense than what Sal is working with this year. What I do like about Sal is his higher level of intensity. It's awesome and I think it's exactly what we needed right now. He's so old school and I love it. I have no doubt he'll make a splash, but I think it's going to take a bit longer than most of us would like. Just my 2 cents. I'll hang up and listen...Go Vols!

TheVolSnake writes:

Georgia coach Mark Richt says offensive tackle Kolton Houston is still ineligible because he continues to test positive for a banned performance-enhancing substance he was given for a shoulder surgery more than two years ago.

Houston was Georgia's No. 1 right tackle at the end of spring practice. Richt says Georgia, which opens practice on Thursday, must prepare to be without the third-year sophomore.

CrankE writes:

How different is Bray's Blip from Manning's Mooning?

Point taken though, he needs to focus and lead those around him to focus. He lamented after the Kentucky game that he needed a break. Break time is over, kid.

Can't believe that kicking didn't make the list. 4 star kickers come to UT and leave as 2 star draft prospects (or aspiring Navy Seals). WTF? In the words of George Cafego, it isn't that complicated. Just *(%!(^#!~!~@@!ing kick the *&^%!$(!^!#$# ball through the &^%!%^&$@$ uprights!

If Bray throws any more bottles, perhaps he can knock out a couple of our leading kickers so as to make room for someone who has the desire and ability to do it right.

crimsonviper writes:

in response to WaltGoVols:

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Phil won't be happy with your spelling of defense,Walt....Shape up.

orangecountyvols writes:

Vols, and crimson viper,

What's poor Walt up to now? So anxious to try and keep up with Mer-leave that he has lost track of the old art of spelling correctly.

Not a lot of contrast however........unable to know much about football nor ability to spell correctly.

Mer-leave? Just another griper with no football expertise.

As far as the upcoming season is concerned, we know the depth and talent is there. What often looms large are the unexpected injuries. Minimize those and bring the effort plus execution to each game and every play............and good things can happen.

TheVolSnake writes:

Facts on Tyler Bray

Quarterback Tyler Bray is one of 18 returning starters. All signs point to the 6-foot-6 gunslinger having his best season in 2012. He is a prototypical pro-style pocket-passer who possesses the size, arm strength, accuracy and intangibles to develop into one of college football's elite quarterbacks this season. Bray has the stature to find receivers amid defensive chaos and the arm to deliver the ball on target. Bray is most comfortable in the pocket, but has shown an ability to make plays and accurate throws on the run.

He has one of the nastiest wide receiver duos in the nation at his disposal and a developing offensive line blocking for him. When Hunter and Rogers were on the field together the duo combined for 31 catches for 502 yards and five touchdowns in eight quarters of football.

Now the Vols’ have added a just as potent weapon in the top junior college receiver in the country in Cordarrelle Patterson. Hunter's emergence this summer along with the arrival of Patterson created plenty of commotion making summer throwing sessions a spectacle or an event with everyone wanting to see what the trio dubbed as Earth, Wind and Fire by some could do. Now add to the Trio the senior tight end Mychal Rivera, who would pass Jason Witten's all-time Tennessee numbers, with the same production he had a year ago (29 catches, 344 yards). Rivera, who was left off all pre-season lists, doesn't mind flying under the radar of those outside the program.

The Vol’s Offensive coordinator Jim Chaney was the architect at Purdue when the Boilermakers had Drew Brees at quarterback in 1999. Chaney would spread the field with three or four receivers on almost every play. Brees ended the season with almost 4,000 yards passing and 25 touchdown passes.

Bray ranks seventh at UT in career touchdown passes (35) and ninth in career passing yardage (3,832). He's already taken several records. he was the first quarterback to throw for 300+ yards in each of his first two starts, the first to throw 5 TDs in a single half, the first to throw for 300+ yards in a single half, 82.5% completions vs Cincy ranked #1 in UT history, first UT player ever to earn SEC weekly awards 3 times in one season, first UT QB since Manning to have four 300+ yard games in a season or throw multiple TDs in six consecutive games.

TheVolSnake writes:

Correction, I was wrong on that stat, Completion Percentage (Min. 10 atts.)—95.8, Tee Martin vs. South Carolina 1998 (23 of 24). I made the mistake of looking at individual verse all time on that statement.

Sorry for the mis-statment

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