KNOXVILLE — It's been three weeks since a Tennessee offensive lineman received a report card.
There's simply been no need to hand one out.
Offensive linemen typically are graded on their performances on Saturdays, but the Volunteers have eschewed giving out those individual grades after a pair of disappointing performances.
"It wasn't to our standard," offensive line coach Don Mahoney said after Wednesday's practice. "It's winning and losing, and we didn't win and we didn't play well. There isn't a guy that needs to feel good about any kind of performance because we didn't get it done. To say, 'Well, we did this,' and 'We only had so many sacks,' and -- no. We lost and we didn't play well.
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