By BETH RUCKER
AP Sports Writer
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Derek Dooley's plans for Tennessee's
fall camp go beyond teaching the players the Xs and Os of his
playbook. The Volunteers coach knows he's got to continue to help
his players develop better attitudes and behavior away from the
He says that effort will not only help prevent any more
embarrassments like the offseason bar brawl involving at least a
half-dozen Vols but also make Tennessee a better team on the field.
His pupils will include the two players he suspended immediately
after the July 9 bar fight that left an off-duty Knoxville police
officer seriously injured. Sophomore linebacker Greg King and
sophomore defensive tackle Marlon Walls will join their teammates
when they begin fall practice on Wednesday.
Senior linebacker Nick Reveiz says the team forgives the pair
and will welcome them back.
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