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James model of consistency, more notes
Adversity and change have been constant companions to the Tennessee football program over the last four seasons. The head coach position has been akin to a revolving door. Players have come and gone. Neyland Stadium and the facilities got facelifts. Even the Vols' traditional home orange jerseys weren't safe from change. But there's been one constant amongst the chaos – one large constant at that. Ja'Wuan James has started every game at right tackle since the season opener his freshman year in 2010. By making his 48th career start Saturday during Senior Day against Vanderbilt, James will tie Jeff Smith (1992-95) for the Tennessee record for most career starts by an offensive linemen. "I think it speaks volumes about him, his competitive character, his overall character," Jones said. "We talk about consistency in performance and I think that is defined in Ja'Wuan James." Jones dedicated a large chunk of his Monday afternoon press conference to praise the offensive line...
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