It’s no secret that Tennessee’s biggest weakness this season will be the offensive line.
The Vols essentially lost their entire starting offensive line from 2013, leaving them with very little experience.
Tennessee will also be replacing their entire starting defensive line. But — as you can see in this article from Reed Carringer — that’s not entirely a bad thing.
For that reason, it is the offensive line (outside of the quarterback battle) that will garner the most attention this fall.
We’ve projected who will start at each position on the offensive line this season, along with who will be the immediate backup.
Make sure to comment below and let us know your thoughts and how you think the offensive line will affect the Vols’ win/loss record this season.