Vols go through Oregon practice
KNOXVILLE -- For James Stone and his fellow Tennessee offensive linemen, it doesn't matter whether it's Rajion Neal or Marlin Lane lining up behind them at tailback.
Most of the time, the veteran front five don't even know for which one they're blocking.
Through the season's first two games, Neal and Lane have formed a productive platoon, and Tennessee certainly will need both to continue operating at their current 6.6-yard-per-carry clip when the Vols visit second-ranked Oregon on Saturday.
"I don't really feel like there's a dropoff, man," Stone said following Tuesday afternoon's practice. "I think the O-line, through camp, we developed a lot of confidence in both guys. A lot of times we don't even know which one is in until after we see them get past the line of scrimmage."