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Timing's right for Rogers

Timing is everything ... especially in determining the success of a passing attack.

Just ask Tennessee's Austin Rogers. Heading into Game 3 Saturday at Florida, the sophomore from Nashville leads the Vols with 13 receptions. He has fine size (6-2, 185) and speed (4.4) but his greatest attribute is the timing he has developed with quarterback Erik Ainge. There is a split-second between the time a wide receiver makes his break and the time a defensive back reacts that creates...

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