The Derek Dooley era at Tennessee hasn't exactly gotten off to a rousing start, as the Volunteers have gone just 11-14 in Dooley's first two seasons.
As he enters his third year at the helm, Dooley has begun to hear plenty of groans and criticism from the Tennessee faithful, and he knows that another losing season without a bowl appearance likely won't be tolerated.
Luckily for Dooley, he's got a team that is loaded with experience for the 2012 season, as a whopping 19 starters return from last year.
The face of the team will undoubtedly be QB Tyler Bray, but there's plenty of other talent on both sides of the ball.
Dooley knows that the Vols need to make some changes and improvement in key areas in order to find more success this season.
There will likely be some major differences between Tennessee's 2011 season and the upcoming 2012 campaign, and here's a look at a few of the differences to expect.