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First-year head coach Jeremy Pruitt has made it clear that he wants to win immediately at Tennessee; as well as signing a near-full recruiting class of 21 for 2018, five of which are transfers from junior colleges, Pruitt’s squad added three transfers in the offseason.

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College football is right around the corner, and for the next couple of weeks every program in the country will be making their final preparations before the regular season kicks off in fall camp.

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On fall Saturday’s in the mid-1960s, one 16-year-old boy with a dream of playing for the Tennessee Vols would drive around in search of the highest hilltop in Winchester, Tenn., so that he could listen to a Tennessee football game called by John Ward. 

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This year, the Spring Game was going to be different. Pruitt claimed quickly that it would be strength against strength with the best on the defense going against the best the offense had to offer.

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So far throughout spring practice, there have been notable changes to the Tennessee football program. No music is being blasted throughout practices anymore, and there is a larger emphasis being placed on everyone getting the same amount of reps.

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The Tennessee football program has produced multiple NFL standouts in its history, but in this past season, the rookies from Rocky Top were the ones who stole the show.

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According to a Knoxville Police Department incident report obtained by the Knoxville News Sentinel, Tennessee senior defensive back Todd Kelly Jr. was hospitalized Friday morning following an altercation with his girlfriend and a fall from a 30-foot wall.

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Despite a year marred by disappointment and a winless SEC record, Tennessee freshman offensive lineman Trey Smith and senior tight end Ethan Wolf have been honored for their play during the regular season.

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Since firing former head football coach Butch Jones on Nov. 12, two games before the end of the 2017 regular season, Tennessee’s athletic administration has found little success in replacing him.

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Tennessee (4-8, 0-8 SEC) saw its disappointing season come to an end Saturday, falling 42-24 to SEC opponent and in-state rival Vanderbilt.