The Tennessee football team went through a 90-minute workout Tuesday afternoon at Haslam Field as kickoff for the Outback Bowl meeting against Wisconsin is only two weeks away.
“The kids have had a good attitude,” head coach Phillip Fulmer said. “We’ve changed up practice enough that it hasn’t been boring for them. We’ve had a full speed scrimmage, which was great work for us. We’ve spent time on our fundamentals and have put in a lot of developmental time for our young players. You have to prepare for these games and our guys have had a good, serious attitude about it.”
The Vols’ leader also stressed that he expects his team to be focused on the Outback Bowl.
“Our team has been really good about putting things behind them and managing themselves through the course of the year and I expect them to do it again. The coaches have done a good job getting ready for this game and the kids are working extremely hard.”
Tennessee resumes practice Wednesday morning and afterward receives an early Christmas gift when Outback Bowl and Tampa Bay area representatives will host them for lunch at a local Outback Steakhouse.
Vol Network announces arrival of ’07 f-ball season highlights DVD
The University of Tennessee and Host Communications/Vol Network proudly announce the arrival of Tennessee’s 2007 football season highlights just in time for Christmas and the Holidays.
The DVD is available now at participating JCPenney stores across the state of Tennessee and online at volnetwork.tv.
Tennessee’s 2007 season, like the entire college football season, was an exciting and unpredictable year filled with wild twists and turns. Despite some early season disappointments, the Vols rebounded strong with a five-game winning streak that landed them in the SEC Championship Game. From the convincing victories over SEC powers Georgia and Arkansas to heart-stopping overtime wins against South Carolina and Kentucky, Tennessee’s 2007 season highlights DVD offers in-depth footage of each regular season contest plus the SEC Championship Game versus LSU.
In addition to actual Vol Radio Network play-by-play and exclusive game action footage, fans will enjoy nine compelling features on the 2007 Volunteers from the award-winning “Phillip Fulmer Show,” get glimpses inside the Big Orange locker room for pre-game pep talks and post-game celebrations. Additional bonus tracks include a season-long music montage, a tribute to the 2007 seniors and the Vols in the community.
The Vol Network also announces three other exciting new DVD products to its home entertainment lineup at JCPenney and online at volnetwork.tv for the Christmas season: “HEAD COACH with Phillip Fulmer and Bruce Pearl,” “Minister of Defense: The Reggie White Story” and “Indianapolis Colts – Super Bowl Champions.”
“Head Coach” is a special edition DVD that provides an in-depth and personal look at the career paths and journeys of Tennessee coaches Phillip Fulmer and Bruce Pearl. “Minister of Defense: The Reggie White Story” is an exclusive two-hour documentary on the former Vol and NFL Hall of Fame lineman considered by many to be the greatest in the history of professional football. “Indianapolis Colts – Super Bowl Champions” is an NFL Films production that relives the Colts, led by former Vol Peyton Manning, rising to the top of the National Football League last season.