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Four years, four coaches

Four years, four coaches

One Tennessee receiver has learned some valuable lessons during his Vol tenure, including this one: Don't get too attached to your position coach.

Gerald Jones is on his fourth receiver coach in four years as a Volunteer. Trooper Taylor coached him as a freshman. Latrell Scott did the honors as a sophomore. Frank Wilson fine-tuned him as a junior. Now it's Charlie Baggett's turn. Although Tennessee's staff hasn't been very stable lately, Jones' attitude has been remarkably stable. As always, he's focusing on getting better, no matter who...

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