Vol offensive lineman Jack Jones is having to step away from football for good because of injury, and he penned a letter thanking fans and his coaches.
Butch Jones confirmed a Vol’s football career is over, and he said he’s not okay with Tennessee being 3-4 on the season.
According to Jack Jones and Ethan Wolf, Tennessee’s players aren’t paying attention to the negativity in the media around the Vols.
Tennessee will be without one of its offensive linemen in the Music City Bowl on Dec. 30.
Yet another Tennessee offensive lineman is dealing with an injury concern as the Vols head into their bye week.
Tennessee’s offensive line got some national attention, ironically, for being “in the shadows” on Saturday.
A few brief injury notes from Butch Jones at his Wednesday media availability.
An outlook for Tennessee’s 10 early enrollees, which will officially be part of the 2015 class, but are already on campus.
Newly-enrolled UT freshman offensive lineman Jack Jones always knew he wanted to be a Vol and he lived up to that name, helping the coaches in other ways.
Tennessee head coach Butch Jones says the Vols will sign another “full class” after bringing in 32 players in 2014.