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Crompton takes full command of his offense

One day after being named the official starting quarterback for the University of Tennessee, Senior Jonathan Crompton responded by taking full command of his offense. The starting quarterback isn't only the man behind center; he is the leader of his team. Crompton showed both those qualities in Tuesday's practice. Go "Inside" to see why he responded so well to both roles.

One day after being named the official starting quarterback for the University of Tennessee, Senior Jonathan Crompton responded by taking full command of his offense. The starting quarterback isn't only the man behind center; he is the leader of his team. Crompton showed both those qualities in Tuesday's practice. He responded by throwing several big plays to true freshman NuKeese Richardson...

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