School Begins For Tennessee; Vols Look To Stay Focused

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Tennessee coach Derek Dooley is trying
to keep the Volunteers as focused as possible with school beginning
this week.

Distractions are becoming more plentiful with other students
returning to campus and school starting on Wednesday. That's why
Dooley gave each of the Vols players two or three things to focus
on this week.

Dooley says Tennessee made a lot of improvement on Saturday in
its second fall scrimmage. The Vols ran the ball better,
quarterback Tyler Bray had better command of the offense and the
defense didn't give up big plays.

The coach says the Vols still have a long way to go to be a good
team, though. He says he feels good about the players he has, but
he knows they need more practice and development.

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