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Happy Wednesday #VolNation! Tuesday marked the start of two-a-day's for #Team119. Alvin Kamara spoke about how the multi-faceted UT rushing attack is shaping up.
Here are some headlines from Tuesday --
1. Secondary Strides
Defensive backs Brian Randolph, LaDarrell McNeil and Emmanuel Moseley gave an update on how the secondary is shaping up with its added depth.
2. Young Guys On O-Line Stepping Up
Head coach Butch Jones said that freshman Jack Jones and sophomore Coleman Thomas are making progress and helping bolster UT's young O-line.
3. Vol Couple Surprise On Finebaum
Vol fans Cheyenne Martin and Andrew Brown went on The Paul Finebaum show to talk about how they accidentally scheduled their wedding on Tennessee-Florida game day. Coach Jones stopped by to wish them well.
4. VFL Johnson Eying Starting FB Spot
After overcoming injuries early in his NFL career, VFL Austin Johnson is competing for the the New Orleans Saints starting fullback job .
-- Extra Pulp
-- The Vols held their Tuesday evening practice at Neyland Stadium. We are only 24 days away from the 2015 officially starting!
About a month away from packing this place out pic.twitter.com/KQP6ZPZX7W— Vol Photos (@Vol_Photos) August 12, 2015
--Tuesday night's practice included this gem from Pig Howard:
-- Offensive coordinator Mike DeBord and wide receivers coach Zach Azzanni were mic'd up at Tuesday's practice!
-- VFL Jason Witten says that he and the Dallas Cowboys are aiming high. Sounds like it's Super Bowl or bust in Dallas!
-- VFL Jerod Mayo has been a mentor for younger players on the New England Patriots.
Only five practices (including the DISH Orange & White Game) left for Team 119 this spring. Get the latest on the Vols with the latest coverage from UTSports.com:
The Vols held their first spring practice at Neyland Stadium on Saturday. Get the full scoop in #VolReport: Team 119's Neyland Debut.
Happy Saturday! 🏈 pic.twitter.com/ET1scGO3lK-- Tennessee Football (@Vol_Football) April 4, 2015
The Vols will practice at Neyland Stadium for the first time this spring on Saturday, as they go through their sixth session.
Butch Jones led the Vols through their fifth spring practice on Thursday. Get the full scoop in the #VolReport: Assistants Break It Down.
Tennessee's mid-year enrollees on offense met with the media on Tuesday. Check out coverage on UTSports.com: #VolReport: Amazing Feeling Bonds Newcomers.