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Stronger O-line will help Vols

Stronger O-line will help Vols

A time-honored cliché says there is strength in numbers. But the numbers Tennessee's offense put up last season suggested a lack of strength.

The Vols averaged just 108 rushing yards per game in 2006. That figure ranked 10th among the 12 SEC programs and represented Tennessee's worst mark in almost two decades. You certainly couldn't blame that paltry figure on the lack of a complementary passing attack. Tennessee ranked 12th nationally in passing offense at 264.5 yards per game. You couldn't blame the rushing numbers on a lack of...

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