Butch Jones says battle on line goes beyond Clowney, Richardson

ADAM LAU/NEWS SENTINEL
Tennessee coach Butch Jones runs onto the field with Antonio “Tiny” Richardson (74) against Georgia at Neyland Stadium on Oct. 5.

Photo by Adam Lau

ADAM LAU/NEWS SENTINEL Tennessee coach Butch Jones runs onto the field with Antonio “Tiny” Richardson (74) against Georgia at Neyland Stadium on Oct. 5.

If Butch Jones has his way, many of the stories being banged out across SEC country this week will stop in mid-sentence.

Subscribe to read the full story

Current Subscribers - Activate Now

Already subscribe to the News Sentinel? Unlimited access to KnoxNews.com on the web, your smartphone, tablet, Knoxville.com and GoVolsXtra.com is included with your subscription. All you need to do is ACTIVATE now!

Activate Now

New Subscribers - Subscribe Now

Want to keep reading?
KnoxNews now offers Premium and Digital Subscriptions. Subscribe now and select how you want to keep up-to-date on local news, reader comments, photos, videos, blogs and more.

Subscribe Now

© 2013 govolsxtra.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

  • Discuss
  • Print

Related Topics

Comments » 6

BJ writes:

GO VOLS beat them gamechickens

gglardon50#417841 writes:

South Car cake walk. 42-7 . I may have that 7 part wrong,should be 3

armydawg53 writes:

Clowney is saving himself for the pros, meanwhile his stock falls with every game. This is going to be a very tough game, SC is playing at the top of their game right now. Good luck!

johnlg00 writes:

in response to armydawg53:

Clowney is saving himself for the pros, meanwhile his stock falls with every game. This is going to be a very tough game, SC is playing at the top of their game right now. Good luck!

That is more nearly the kind of comment I expected from you after your first appearance on here. Of course, as a Dawg fan, you have your own reasons for hoping the Vols beat the Chickens, but "the enemy of my enemy..." and all that is a valid point of view as well. We Vol fans will take all the luck we can get!

johnlg00 writes:

More specifioally on topic, CBJ may be right that the game is not merely a Tiny v. Clowney cage match, but this IS an opportunity for Tiny to show that he is worthy of a high draft pick. As Evan says, there are probably a number of NFL-caliber D-linemen across from him. If he can acquit himself as well as we and he expect him to, the Vols should have a fighting chance in this game.

Orange_Power_T writes:

in response to gglardon50#417841:

South Car cake walk. 42-7 . I may have that 7 part wrong,should be 3

I'll put money on that spread. Fact is, I see SC having a very bad day in Neyland.

Want to participate in the conversation? Become a subscriber today. Subscribers can read and comment on any story, anytime. Non-subscribers will only be able to view comments on select stories.

Features