KNOXVILLE -- You can make way too much of one public practice in attempting to pick Tennessee's starting quarterback.
Especially a practice conducted in a steady rain. And most especially with the added variable of one quarterback battling a vastly superior first-team defense as opposed to a second quarterback taking most of his reps against the unsung second unit.
So even though second-team QB Nate Peterman appeared to have a better workout than apparent starter Justin Worley, this competition probably is not over. Nor was Peterman so far out in front of Worley and freshmen signal callers Riley Ferguson and Josh Dobbs as to necessarily eliminate the rookies.
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