More accountability in second Tennessee football scrimmage of spring
Apr 5, 2013 at 10:07 AM
KNOXVILLE — Tennessee coaches still will be yelling during Saturday’s scrimmage at Neyland Stadium. They’ll just be doing it from the sidelines.That means young players, some for the first time, will be totally on their own in the seconds leading up to the snap.“You’re looking for accountability without the coaches,” said defensive line coach and associate head coach Steve Stripling. “It’ll be the first time they’ll be out there without the coaches, just playing ball.”For the complete story, visit the Knoxville News Sentinel.