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Frosh due another taste?

The great thing about a lopsided victory is that you get to empty your bench and play some young guys who desperately need seasoning. That's why Vol offensive coordinator David Cutcliffe was happy to utilize a couple of true freshmen in last Saturday's 35-18 trouncing of Cal.

Quintin Hancock played a few snaps at wide receiver and caught one pass for a two-yard gain. Fellow freshman Jacques McClendon saw some action at guard and performed adequately. "It was good to see them get their feet wet," Cutcliffe said. "That's about what we got done with them. They got a taste, and a taste is good." If Tennessee can build an early lead against Air Force in Game 2, Hancock...

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