"We worked until late last night and it's been a long camp," Fulmer said. "But having watched (the film) 3 1/2 times myself, I thought we got a lot out of the scrimmage on both sides. The kids ran to the ball on defense and we lined up well. They got their hands on some footballs and were in a good tackling position.
"Offensively, we certainly could do better with managing the clock and some of those things."
Tennessee has two more full practices this week before staging its annual kicking scrimmage Saturday morning. The Vols open Sept. 3 with a 12:30 p.m. Eastern time kickoff against UAB.