KNOXVILLE — When pressed about who'd he pick to be his starting quarterback if Tennessee had a real game to play, Butch Jones said he needed more time.
Justin Worley and Nathan Peterman will have plenty of it to prove they're worthy of the keys to the Tennessee coach's first team.
With 15 spring practices in the book, the Volunteers' quarterback competition changes its course toward the summer months, when the coaches disappear, leadership becomes paramount and two new faces join the fray.
It's a critical time in one of Tennessee's most important offseason storylines at a position Jones says sets the tone for an entire program.
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