Nov 17, 2012; Nashville, TN, USA; Tennessee Volunteers wide receiver Justin Hunter (11) makes a reception against Vanderbilt Commodores corner back Trey Wilson (8) during the second half at Vanderbilt Stadium. The Commodores beat the Volunteers 41-18. Mandatory credit: Don McPeak-US Presswire

Tennessee Volunteers Wide Receivers Coach: “We’re so young and inexperienced that it will be day-to-day.”


According to CoachingSearch.com and Pete Roussel Tennessee’s Wide Receivers don’t seem very experienced. That may not be the news that College Football Fans, specifically Vols fans want to hear. Worst yet – it’s from a National Commentator.

Oregon faces Tennessee at Autzen on Saturday September 14th and the Ducks will prepare like they have in the past – they’ll face an unnamed opponent without a face in practice all week leading up to the contest with the Vols. Oregon Defenders may smell blood in the water with the news that Tennessee’s Offense may be somewhat one dimensional.

“The freshman being able to get so many snaps and learn the offense so quickly has been a positive.  Whether or not we can go win a game with yet them remains to be seen, but them getting all of this experience is going to be huge for down the road.  I know no one wants to look down the road, but I have to.  Looking down the road, the future is bright.  It’s not going to happen overnight.  I know no one wants to hear that, but they’re going to take their lumps.”

Tennessee Wide Receivers Coach Zach Azzanni on his Wide Receivers

Full interview of Coach Azzanni on CoachingSearch.com

Tennesee Opens with Austin Peay in 11 days. Oregon kicks off the 2013 season on Saturday August 31st vs Nicholls State at Autzen Stadium(1pm, Fox Sports 1)

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