Making an NFL roster as an undrafted rookie free agent isn't easy, especially given the obstacles one former Tennessee player faces with the Seattle Seahawks.
Thanks to a couple of key injuries, the Tennessee Vols will be even more offensively challenged in Game 4 vs. Ohio this Saturday than they were in Games 1, 2 and 3.
September 22, 2009
If there were any truth to the old axiom "You play like you practice," Quintin Hancock would be an All-SEC candidate.
August 12, 2009
Looking back on his first spring practice as Tennessee's head coach, Lane Kiffin saw positive signs from the guys who catch the passes and the guys who prevent the passes.
For Tennessee's football coaches, selecting a Most Improved Offensive and Defensive Player for spring practice was an absolute no-brainer.
Tennessee's two biggest receivers are having big springs, and there's a simple reason for that: Big, physical targets tend to thrive in the Vols' new passing scheme.
It happens every spring: Grass turns green ... flowers bloom ... birds show up in large numbers ... and Quintin Hancock teases Tennessee football fans with his practice performances.
Confidence in the American economy is low, but confidence in Tennessee's quarterbacks may be even lower ... except among the Vols themselves.