KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Tennessee coach Derek Dooley says the Vols offense featured some good individual performances but lacked chemistry as a unit in its first scrimmage of fall camp.
Dooley says the defense controlled the line of scrimmage in the Tuesday practice. He says he wants to see a big jump in the offense's performance at the Vols' second scrimmage on Saturday.
Tyler Bray completed 13-of-29 passes for 165 yards and two
touchdowns, but Dooley says the sophomore lacked consistency in his play. Da'Rick Rogers caught six passes for 77 yards and a
touchdown, and Tauren Poole caught four passes for 47 yards.
Poole also had 24 yards rushing, and Rajion Neal ran three times
for 21 yards. Austin Johnson led the defense with eight tackles, and Raiques Crump added four tackles.