August 11, 2012
JUCO defensive linemen offering plenty of hope
JOHNSON CITY --- Defensive end Marlon Walls shook his head as he approached the media.
The last time Walls met the media, the offensive line had just "gashed" the defense in the first day of contact work. In the Vols' first scrimmage, the results were similar as a run game led by Rajion Neal, who tallied 134 yards on just nine carries, had a big day.
"They got the best of us again today," Walls said. "Every time I talk to you guys it seems like they get the best of us, but the last few days we have pounded them. So I'm pretty sure coach (Sam) Pittman got on those guys. You could actually see it. They came out on fire. I guess we got the big head and got comfortable with beating those guys the last few practices. Sal is going to get us right and coach JP is going to get us right. We will do a better job on Monday.
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