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He didn't travel 761 miles to play for a 6-6 team his senior year. That wasn't the expectation when he left Oklahoma City in 2007 and that isn't the expectation now that his four-year run at Tennessee is heading toward the home stretch.

Senior receiver Gerald Jones knows that a lot of media experts are saying a break-even season is the best the 2010 Vols can achieve. But he also knows that he and his teammates are aiming a whole lot higher than those 6-6 projections. "It's opinion," he said. "Everybody has an opinion and not everybody's going to be for you. It's a motivation for this team. I always ask: Would I rather make... Recommended Stories

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