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Rookie receivers can fly

It is no exaggeration to say that Tennessee's rookie receivers run like the wind … fast and unpredictable. So, if it's true that "speed kills," quarterback Erik Ainge should have the weapons to go on quite a murder spree this fall.

Meeting with the media earlier today, Ainge said he is impressed with what he has seen from junior college transfer Kenny O'Neal, prep school addition Brent Vinson and a host of true freshmen in voluntary workouts this summer. "I've been throwing with them twice a week for six or seven weeks now," Ainge said. "They're great athletes. We've got more speed at receiver right now than we did last...

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