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KNOXVILLE — Phillip Fulmer had a good feeling about Jeremy Pruitt when the two sat down for the first time four-and-a-half months ago. Even after Fulmer hired Pruitt to be Tennessee’s next football coach, he still had his reservations.

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KNOXVILLE — First-year coach Jeremy Pruitt conceded earlier this spring that it is tough for him to compliment the offense. As a career-long defensive coach, he is still adjusting to wanting the other side of the ball to succeed. Thirteen practices have not changed that just yet.

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KNOXVILLE — Special teams was a focal point of Tennessee football under the past coaching staff. While there are new coaches in charge, the importance put on special teams has not changed. Thursday, Tennessee gave increased attention to special teams as Jeremy Pruitt tries to figure out what pieces the Vols have, much like his puzzles on offense and defense.

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Tennessee football went through it's 11th spring practice Thursday. Some players were working at the new positions, and some have already gone back to their old spots after one day in a new group.

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KNOXVILLE — There is no shortage of change when it comes to Tennessee’s defensive line. Not only does the unit have to adapt to a new coaching staff, just like the rest of the team, but the group is trying to grasp a defense that is much different than the one it ran a year ago.

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KNOXVILLE — Former Tennessee football players have been a common sight during the Vols’ spring practices the past two weeks. If head coach Jeremy Pruitt gets his way, that will be a regular occurrence. Former Vol and NFL Rookie of the Year Alvin Kamara was on the sidelines during Tennessee’s spring practice Saturday, and Pruitt said having the presence of former players can only help the program.

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KNOXVILLE — There’s a new operating procedure with the Tennessee football program under Jeremy Pruitt, so it’s no surprise when fans gets their first look at the Vols this spring it will look different than they’ve seen the past few years.

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KNOXVILLE — In an effort to start setting goals for this season, this week the Tennessee coaching staff dove into the Vols stats from the 2017 football season.

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KNOXVILLE — Former Tennessee running back John Kelly went through Pro Day with the same jovial attitude he carried himself with while a member of the Vols football program, and what made him such a fan favorite.

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KNOXVILLE — Another Tennessee football player is headed to the NFL. Tennessee’s Kahlil McKenzie announced Sunday evening via his Instagram account that he will forgo his senior season and enter the 2018 NFL Draft.

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Phillip Fulmer has been on the job three weeks today. In 21 days, Fulmer has hired a football coach, he’s worked the recruiting trail and he’s doing all he can to handle Tennessee football until Jeremy Pruitt returns to Knoxville full time. Fulmer sat down with Vol quest.com to discuss in detail the search, his coach, as well as the direction of his athletic department.

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