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The Orange team's high-powered passing attack was supposed to carry the day in Tennessee's recent spring game. It didn't.

One reason it didn't was the surprising play of Justin Coleman, a mid-term freshman from Brunswick, Ga. Most observers figured there was no way the White team's 5-10, 172-pound rookie cornerback could contain towering Orange receivers such as 6-4 Justin Hunter and 6-5 Matt Milton. Coleman did precisely that, however, recording 3 tackles and 2 pass breakups in helping the White post a 24-7 victory...

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