The Tennessee football program has been considered the `best’ in the nation five times and the `best’ in the SEC on 13 occasions.
As the Vols work this spring towards being the `best’, it’s as much about what’s inside each Vol’s helmet as it is their physical abilities.
“Attitude is our number one core value,” head coach Derek Dooley said after Tennessee’s scrimmage Saturday at Neyland Stadium. “It is that old saying, `Things turn out for the best for those who make the best of the way things turn out.’ Right now, when things turn out wrong, we have guys who don’t make the best of it. That is what we have to learn how to do.”
As Dooley cited plenty of positives from Saturday’s scrimmage including the improved play of junior quarterback Tyler Bray, the return of junior wide receiver Justin Hunter and standout defensive performances from Herman Lathers and Brian Randolph, he also stressed where the Vols need to make significant progress.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.