Vols coaches should have no authority to dismiss Jauan Jennings


The loss of Jauan Jennings meant that Tennessee had one less playmaker on its offense, which would prove to be critical given the lack of consistency at quarterback.

Jennings rant included his feelings about the Vol coaching staff, using the words "lying", "fake" and "snake". And in his first year, he'll need a player of Jennings's caliber. A new coach could attempt to get Jennings reinstated but would likely need Currie's blessing. He went off on the staff which apparently promised him a return after sitting out with an injury since the opener against Georgia Tech.

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"Bring us a coaching staff that is honest and will do everything in their power for the kids and the players. It's straight f*cking coaching". However, he won't be playing for the Vols in 2018, despite catching 40 passes for 580 yards and seven touchdowns last season, including a last-second, Hail Mary grab that secured a memorable win over Georgia. "Representing the University of Tennessee football program is a privilege". Jennings figures to be a key role in the Tennessee football offense regardless of the head coach next year. The Vols (4-7, 0-7 SEC) host the Commodores (4-7, 0-7) on Saturday at 4 p.m.

Jennings dismissal was announced by Hoke after consultation with UT AD John Currie.

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Not that Tennessee administrators asked for it, but Jennings offered some advice, delivered with plenty of profanity.

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