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Senior receiver Quintin Hancock isn't the only Tennessee football player with a reputation for performing like a world-beater in practice and like an egg-beater in games.

The same tag has been applied to senior quarterback Jonathan Crompton, who just completed a productive spring running the first-team attack. Now that sophomore backup B. J. Coleman is leaving the program, however, the Vols desperately need for Crompton to prove he can be just as effective when the stands are filled and the bright lights are on. Tennessee's new offensive coordinator thinks he can...

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