The Tennessee offensive line is not playing up to its capability. What's the issue up front?
Tyler Byrd was a U.S. Army All-American in high school and first-year Vols assistant helped get the Sunshine State native signed back in February. On Saturday, Byrd got his first touch in college football. Is more coming soon from the wide receiver?
It's only two games into a long season and Tennessee is 2-0, however, the offense ranks No. 111 out of 128 FBS teams. How much is the coaching staff holding back for Southeastern Conference play?
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