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One Tennessee football player could tell the freshman receivers the importance of learning the playbook ... or he could simply show them.

A review of 2010 game film would reveal that Da' Rick Rogers, with a limited grasp of the playbook, caught just six passes for 41 yards - averaging a paltry 6.8 per reception - in the Vols' first eight outings. The light came on in Game 9, however, and he caught five passes for 126 yards - averaging a hefty 25.2 per reception - over the last five games. Apparently, mastering his assignments was...

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