On December 7, the University of Tennessee hired Cincinnati head coach Butch Jones to head up its football program that has fallen from national relevance over the last decade.
Tennessee fans didn't respond well, as Jones was not the flashy hire whom many wanted and expected. However, as time has passed, more and more people seem to be jumping on the Butch Jones bandwagon based on the way he has handled things during his first month on the job.
When a program like Tennessee experiences the struggles that it has, especially over the last five years, there are a lot of changes that need to be made. Some changes happen on the field, while others take place off it.
Here are three major changes Jones needs to make right away.