The Tennessee football team is on campus and starting to work toward the 2016 season. But the work is not just about lifting weights to build strength for a 12-game season. It’s about building homes for others.
Volunteers associate head coach/defensive line coach Steve Stripling shared a picture of a group of players at a Habitat for Humanity construction site.
— Steve Stripling (@UTCoachStrip) June 4, 2016
Temperatures in Knoxville were expected to reach the high 80s on Saturday, so you know the Vols players were working up a good sweat. It’s good practice for when the team’s real workouts begin later this summer.