KNOXVILLE -- It's virtually impossible for Tennessee's players to escape.
For nearly a month, the Volunteers have had to answer questions about playing for embattled coach Derek Dooley's job security from reporters, friends and family.
The coach himself noted Monday how well the team has handled all the distractions internally, and the players truly have been commendable for their public response to all of it.
And while they might not be playing for Dooley's job in the season's final two games against Vanderbilt and Kentucky, the Vols are playing for their coach, and some for more than just that.
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