When you're dealing with a "team of unknowns" entering a college football season like the Tennessee Volunteers are, there's no way of learning everything in less than two weeks of fall practice.
But the picture is becoming a bit less murky for head coach Butch Jones.
UT's talented troop of newcomers has elevated the level of play considerably. The Vols' trio of quarterbacks is taking a step forward after a rocky start. And there is an underlying sense of optimism as the youngsters begin to play faster and better.
But are the perceived improvements good enough to make a major impact in the win column?
Jones may have seen enough already from his team to make some decisions, including the most important lingering uncertainty—who is going to play quarterback.
UT's coach told John Brice and Chris Low on The Nation radio show Sunday night: "I think our quarterbacks are starting to perform now the way we expected. I'd like to get to a point where maybe even this week we name a starting quarterback, and we go with it."
Though there are plenty of questions remaining that need to be answered before the season kicks off Aug. 31 against Utah State, some are clearing up.
Let's take a look at seven things we've learned about the Vols through the first 10 days of fall camp.