Tennessee Football: 5 Things We Learned About the Volunteers This Spring

Posted by Brad Shepard on April-25-2016 Add Comments

The fourth spring under Tennessee football coach Butch Jones is in the books, and the lessons learned are far-reaching for a program possibly on the brink of some big things.

If the Volunteers are going to live up to the massive expectations many national experts placed on their shoulders, they've got to get healthy.

They've also got to be able to fill the voids better than they did a season ago when those injuries occurred. Sure, the setbacks on the offensive line led to profitable future finds in tackle Chance Hall and Jack Jones, among others.

But the Vols felt the sting of losing then-nickelback Rashaan Gaulden before the season when Malik Foreman wasn't ready to step in. As the year progressed, Foreman shone, bu...

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