From Go Vols Xtra
Offensive struggles might very well turn out to be the story of the 2013 season. Just don’t put your season tickets on eBay because Saturday didn’t fast-track any Vols onto the Heisman Trophy checklist.
Spring games, after all, are notorious for providing false leads.
From the Times Free Press
As he left the field after capping a surprising spring surge with a 101-yard Orange and White Game rushing performance Saturday, Tennessee tailback Alden Hill wanted an immediate assessment.
So the redshirt freshman walked off the field side by side with Robert Gilliespie, listening to what the Volunteers’ running backs coach had to say.
Gillespie told Hill there was good and bad in his performance, but despite his emergence in Tennessee’s in-flux backfield, Hill was thinking about the negative.
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From Rocky Top Talk
The attendance ended up being north of 61,000, the second-largest spring game crowd in the history of the program, and the first that wasn’t following the 1985-’86 Sugar Bowl and to which Guinness hadn’t been invited. (Guinness may have been the only entity not invited, come to think of it.). It beat the spring game in Lane Kiffin’s first year, when half the people were glad to finally see Phillip Fulmer go and the other half were consoling themselves with the appearance of the coaching chimera and the treasure of enthusiasm (CRUNK!) it brought with it.
From the UT Daily Beacon
The Tennessee Volunteers Baseball team suffered a 4-3 defeat against the Ole Miss Rebels on Sunday, completing a sweep of the weekend series that left the Vols outscored 15-7.
It was a devastating loss for the Volunteers as Tennessee entered the ninth inning with a 3-1 lead against No. 17 Ole Miss who managed to seize three runs and win the game by one.
“We’re disappointed after every loss,” pitcher Zack Godley said. “It hurts, but it sucks to lose that way. We’ve got to come back next week and get better. That’s all I can do.”
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