Vols getting big plays from freshmen

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Tennessee defensive back Cameron Sutton, right, breaks up a pass in the end zone intended for South Alabama wide receiver Danny Woodson II on Saturday at Neyland Stadium.

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MICHAEL PATRICK/NEWS SENTINEL Tennessee defensive back Cameron Sutton, right, breaks up a pass in the end zone intended for South Alabama wide receiver Danny Woodson II on Saturday at Neyland Stadium.

In an ideal world for Tennessee football coach Butch Jones, the Vols’ true freshmen wouldn’t be force-fed early playing time.

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maciste54 writes:

Hope the incoming freshmen next year can contribute as much if not more.This one was scary. Coaching in the second half was questionable on both sides of the ball.

Dickattrade writes:

in response to maciste54:

Hope the incoming freshmen next year can contribute as much if not more.This one was scary. Coaching in the second half was questionable on both sides of the ball.

Not taking anything away from this coaching staff,but the second half did seem somewhat like the second half of the 2012 games.

utfans#211352 writes:

It's necessary to play those freshmen, but not freshman at qb. Worley is just so good. Plus who needs a qb who has taken a snap against Georgia, S.C. or Bama. Starting QBs never get knocked out of games.

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