Tennessee Football Spring Game: Report Card From the Vols' Spring Game

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Tennessee Football Spring Game: Report Card From the Vols' Spring Game
It's football time in Tennessee.

On a very windy Saturday, 29,451 (looked more like 2,000) Vol faithfuls found themselves sitting at Neyland Stadium for the annual Orange and White game until halftime, when two-thirds of the crowd decided a BBQ was probably time better well spent. 

While many anticipated a very electric event, it ended up falling very short of many expectations. There were moments of athletic promise in White's 24-7 win, but there were fewer than many hoped.

It's understandable that coaches don't want to burn up those engines and chassis before they ever hit the track, but I think it's at least responsible to see if they hold onto the corners and have the motors to go 500 laps. Here is a look at the grades position by position, and a few coaches too. Prepare to be disappointed.

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