SEC coaches on Jeremy Pruitt

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"People forget how bad Tennessee was when Jeremy (Pruitt) walked into that door. It was the worst Tennessee team in my lifetime: the first to lose eight games in a season and go winless in the SEC," one coach said. "Jeremy has really done a good job with the talent that was available and getting them on the same page, and then recruiting each year to improve the roster. Probably the biggest thing he's done since he's been head coach is hire (offensive coordinator) Jim Chaney (away from Georgia)."

Opposing SEC coaches dish on Jeremy Pruitt, Tennessee
 
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David Pollack was on track to be a phenomenal NFL player before his injury ended his career... Let's not misremember the details here... He was a beast for the Bengals...
Pollack had 29 tackles, 4.5 sacks, and a fumble recovery for his NFL career. The injury was unfortunate, but calling him "a beast" indicates you are the one "misremembering".
 

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