PORTLAND, Ore. — The process of picking up the pieces began on Sunday for Tennessee's football team.
The Volunteers' weaknesses were exposed on Saturday afternoon by second-ranked Oregon in the Ducks' 59-14 rout, but there's little time for Tennessee to focus on the warts.
A trip to Florida looms at the end of this week, and the Vols now know it's about how they progress from the early-season blowout loss.
"I'll know a lot more about our leadership and how much it cares," first-year Tennessee coach Butch Jones said following Saturday's game. "I think in critical stages of the game, we lost our discipline, whether it was a missed tackle, whether it was a missed fit, whether it was eye discipline, dropping the football or not finishing blocks.
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