KNOXVILLE — Don Mahoney undoubtedly knows he's inheriting a nice situation.
His intent is to make it even nicer.
Tennessee's new offensive line coach is taking over a unit that returns 123 combined career starts and loses just one player from a solid group that improved as run blockers and allowed only eight sacks in 2012, but Mahoney wants more from his linemen.
"They've been through a lot together, and they're willing to embrace this change," he said. "We've got to develop depth. We've got to have some guys step up and play at even a higher level than they did last year, and that's one of the challenges I'm going to present to them.
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