Vols Look to Fill Neyland Stadium For Orange-White Game

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Saturday is a big day for the Tennessee football program as it gets ready

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prplesage - 4/17/2013 8:44 PM
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First, let me say, Coach Jones won me over almost immediately. I am very excited about what he's been able to do thus far: in healing old wounds, on the recruiting front, and in the way he is preparing this years squad for the tough year ahead. But am I understanding this correctly? The O&W game is not going to be the traditional game between an evenly divided squad, but a series of contrived offense vs. defense scenarios based on a subjective scoring system? If so, that's going to be quite a let down for those in attendance. I understand there is a lack of depth, but in my opinion, for the sake of filling the house, making a good impression and generating excitement on the part of visiting recruits and fans alike, you have to have a traditional split-squad game, even if that means you play a large number of unprepared walk-ons. In my opinion, that's going to do more to lay those foundational bricks in our "rise to the top" than what seems to me to be nothing more than a glorified final spring practice session.
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