Tennessee football head coach Jeremy Pruitt took the stage with three Volunteers players at 2019 SEC Media Days. Here are five takeaways from the event.
The second day of 2019 SEC Media Days wrapped up Tuesday with some excitement in relation to Tennessee football. What’s clear regarding the Vols overall is that optimism is permeating through the program, at least compared to the situation last year.
Jeremy Pruitt took the stage first and was followed by junior quarterback Jarrett Guarantano and senior linebackers Daniel Bituli and Darrell Taylor. All of them had some interesting quotes to give a take on the mood of the program.
However, Pruitt tried his best to avoid revealing too much about Tennessee football. During his 30-minute session, he spoke for 23 minutes, limiting the amount of questions he could take. And he was clearly trying to avoid talking about specific things, as much of his talk was about his experience coaching high school in Alabama and about every aspect of the team.
Still, Pruitt and the players weren’t able to keep everything quiet about the program, and they were revealing in some areas. In this post, we’re going to take a look at those specific revelations that stood out.
SEC Media Days may be a circus, but you can still gather information from it, and Pruitt and his players definitely provided enough for that. Combine it with the trash talk from some players on Monday, and sparks flying make it fun anyway.
As a result, this circus of an event is worth it. Media and fans can have fun with the week, and players and coaches can somewhat do so as well. Pruitt and his guys definitely enjoyed parts of it, and we’re going to recap much of their Tuesday conversations here.
So what was revealed about the Vols on Tuesday? How is the mood on Rocky Top? Find out here as we give our five biggest takeaways from Tennessee football’s presence at SEC Media Days for the 2019 season.