Good morning, Vols fans. SEC Country brings you the latest from Tennessee’s spring practices and recaps an emotional goodbye for Volunteers legend Peyton Manning, who officially hung up his cleats on Monday.
Here are 11 things to know:
- Practice Report: Tennessee dealing with bevy of injuries this spring.
- Tennessee picks up a second commitment for the Class of 2017.
- One of the top linebackers in Georgia says Tennessee will be a finalist.
- Manning officially walks into the NFL sunset a champ and all-time legend.
- Recalling Manning’s most memorable moments at Tennessee.
- Players and media react to Manning’s retirement speech: “I hated playing against you but loved watching you play.”
- Manning rattled off the ‘little things’ he will miss about playing football during his speech.
- Manning nearly played for Steve Spurrier at Florida.
- Spurrier says Manning should have won 1997 Heisman Trophy.
- Tennessee coach Butch Jones tried to deflect questions about the Title IX lawsuit the school is facing.
- Spring Practice Preview: Receivers and tight ends.
Other Tennessee news from around the Internet
- From the Chattanooga Times Free Press’ Patrick Brown: Volunteers quarterback Josh Dobbs talks about taking the “next step,” working with his receivers and his improvement.
- From 247Sports’ Wes Rucker: Confident Volunteers open spring practice with high hopes.