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Waggner wows his coach

The most spectacular hit AND the most spectacular interception of Saturday's scrimmage were made by the same Tennessee safety ... and, no, his name wasn't Eric Berry.

The player in question was Prentiss Waggner, a 6-2 177-pound redshirt freshman from Clinton, La., who has a world of potential that he appears ready to unleash. Waggner belted tailback Tauren Poole out of bounds on one play with a thunderous lick virtually identical to the one Berry landed on Knowshon Moreno that put the superstar tailback out of the UT-Georgia game last fall. The shoulder pads... Recommended Stories

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