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'World of difference'
When you're the Gatorade National Player of the Year in high school, there's nowhere to go but down as a college freshman. Having paid his dues during a rocky first year on Rocky Top, however, Justin Worley believes he's ready to exhibit at the college level the skills that made him such a high-profile quarterback at the high school level. Twelve months and three starts in Tennessee's system have him excited about his future. "It's made a world of difference," he said following Tuesday's practice. "Everything's a little slower, and my comfort level is up. Those three games of experience have helped a ton this spring." Facing a steep learning curve last fall, Worley seemed destined to spend the 2011 season as the No. 3 quarterback behind rocket-armed sophomore Tyler Bray and senior...
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