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Vols will have familiar faces at spring drills

April 27, 2014

Quarterback Houston Clark (12) and running back Grant Wolfe (13) return to the backfield for the Starkville Academy football team, which begins spring practice this week. (Photo by Lee Adams)

The Starkville Academy Volunteers had a young football team last season with several sophomores asked to carry the bulk of the load.
As the Vols look to beginning spring practice this week, head coach Jeff Terrill is excited about having many familiar faces available.
"Last year, especially on offense, we started all new people at just about every position," Terrill said. "We've got those guys back. We're really excited about developing them, creating some stronger fundamentals with them and some depth. That's a real strength for us."

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