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Dooley's disciples

Sal Sunseri

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Moments before Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley took the podium for the start of Sunday's pre-spring practice news conference, a young reporter asked if the new assistants would be speaking, as well. "No," a veteran reporter smirked. "They'd need a bigger room." In what might be a program record, Dooley lost more assistants (seven) than starters (four) from last season's squad. Still, the head... Recommended Stories

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