VOLS' JONES SAYS USE OF SLOGANS 'BLOWN OUT OF PROPORTION'

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee coach Butch Jones has heard the criticism over his use of slogans and catchphrases, from calling last year's seniors "champions of life" to describing his pursuit of recruits possessing "five-star hearts." But he doesn't plan to change his approach and wonders why his program gets ...

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