Photo: Butch Jones adds new artwork to Vols' football complex

Posted by: Pete Roussel on Thursday June 20, 2013


Posted by: Pete Roussel on Thursday June 20, 2013

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Tennessee has added new artwork inside the Vols' football facility.

The graphic illustrates the message that Butch Jones has stated for the biggest reason why he accepted the job in Knoxville - There's only one Tennessee.

Apparently, a number of recruits believe the same thing.  Currently, the Vols rank #4 overall in the 247Sports team recruiting rankings.

Jones recently said on ESPN Radio, "First of all, it's about people. People making plays. We have outstanding leadership in our administration. We have great coaches. We have great support people. Quite simply: It's Tennessee. It's one of the most storied college football programs in the country. It's the all-time winningest college football program in the country since 1927.

"You look at our facilities. We just moved into a $50 million training center. The best, most-passionate fan base in the country, Neyland Stadium, checkerboard end zones. What more could you want? Obviously, we have a great product to sell. We have a great academic reputation. Everyone has taken notice of that."

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