KNOXVILLE — When Tennessee's football team returns from spring break next week, the Volunteers will get back to work.
There are nine spring practices remaining, and while there's more to install schematically on offense, defense and special teams, the new coaching staff has no intentions of relenting their focus on the details that form the foundation of the program.
"There's a lot more that we have to get in," defensive coordinator John Jancek said after the Vols' last spring practice eight days ago, "but it doesn't do you any good to have a bunch of calls if they don't know how to tackle, if they don't know how to run to the ball, if they're not doing the things necessary to play great defense. I'm not even worried about that. I want them to learn how to play the game and [have] the tempo and the passion that we want to have on defense.
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