Jeremy Pruitt said his coaching staff might be the best in the entire country. Vol fans have heard that before, but this time it might actually be true.
Every year, there are deserving players left off of the list of selections for All-SEC teams. This year, there are two Vols who were major snubs.
In somewhat surprising news, no Vols were voted onto the first, second, or third-team All-SEC offense or defense at SEC Media Days this year.
After being picked to finish sixth in the SEC East in Jeremy Pruitt’s first season as head coach, the Vols move up just one spot in this year’s predictions.
Tennessee head coach Jeremy Pruitt seems more at ease with his team, and it’s leading to more buy-in from his players as well.
Vol linebacker Darrell Taylor isn’t shy in front of cameras, and he made a prediction that the Vols will make a bowl game in 2019.
Tennessee’s previous head coaach had a tendency to hide from expectations. Jeremy Pruitt said the exact opposite at SEC Media Days.
Here’s a complete look at everything Jeremy Pruitt said while on the main stage at the 2019 SEC Media Days on Tuesday afternoon.
Tennessee head coach Jeremy Pruitt never stops recruiting, and that includes during his time on the main stage of SEC Media Days on Tuesday.
At SEC Media Days, Jeremy Pruitt gave a lot of praise to Tennessee’s strength and conditioning program and nutrition program for making progress.