VolNation's Grand Poobah
- Oct 22, 2003
From that article.
TEMPE, Arizona -- He packed his bags and left Knoxville with a sour taste in his mouth. Tennessee sophomore Travis Henry thought he was the Vols' best running back during spring practice. He rushed for a game-high 141 yards in the spring game, but found himself third on the depth chart. In essence, he was told he wasn't going to play much, something Henry had a hard time accepting. So, last June Henry pulled out of summer school and left for his home in Frostproof, still boiling as he rolled out of town.
"I was finished with Tennessee. When I left I honestly thought I was never coming back," says Henry. "I couldn't handle not playing."