On Saturday night, 11 Tennessee seniors will run through through the "T" in Neyland Stadium for the last time.
In the last five years, the growth of the Volunteers has been immense: from a stagnate three-year losing record between 2011-13 and finally becoming bowl eligible in 2014, to finishing out the 2015 season with a 9-4 record.
The seniors of Team 120 have toughed through years of adversity. In turn, they have experienced quite the upward ride, with hopes of making it to the Southeastern Championship in their final season still in sight as they approach game 11.
"From then to now, the confidence that we have in ourselves, and in our team, and in our coaching staff is head and heels over what it was.""I think about the first time I ran through the T, and now it's about to be my last time," senior defensive lineman LaTroy Lewis said. "Definitely a bittersweet experience just thinking about it.
"From then to now, the confidence that we have in ourselves, and in our team, and in our coaching staff is head and heels over what it was."
Watch the video above to hear what Vol seniors Joshua Dobbs, Malik Foreman, LaTroy Lewis and Corey Vereen had to say about their last go-round playing in Neyland stadium as well as the legacy they hope to leave behind at Rocky Top.