Tennessee Football Coaches Clinic set for March 31-April 2

Published 1:11 pm Friday, March 4, 2022

KNOXVILLE – Tennessee head coach Josh Heupel and his coaching staff headline the 2022 Tennessee Football Coaches Clinic, which will be held March 31-April 2 at the Anderson Training Center on campus.
The clinic is open to all high school and middle school head and assistant coaches. The cost of the clinic is $70 per attendee and will feature chalk talk sessions and dinner with the Volunteer staff on Thursday, access to spring practice and speakers on Friday, a Friday night steak dinner and an invitation to the Vols’ spring scrimmage on Saturday.
For information on registration, visit TennesseeFootballCamp.com.
Heupel, the 2021 FWAA Steve Spurrier First-Year Coach Award winner, guided Tennessee to an immediate resurgence in his first season.
Taking over a program coming off a 3-7 campaign and the departure of several players prior to his arrival, Heupel won more regular-season games than any Power Five head coach with a new program in 2021.
Under his leadership, Tennessee’s offense enjoyed the most significant improvement of any FBS team. The Vols jumped 99 spots in the FBS rankings in scoring offense, averaging 39.3 points per game, which ranked seventh in the nation and second-best in modern school history.
Tennessee shattered eight team single-season records in 2021, including points (511), total offensive yards (6,174), touchdowns (67), point after touchdowns made (67), total first downs (316), rushing first downs (164), fewest interceptions thrown (3) and passing efficiency (167.10).
The Vols also featured a defense that racked up 102 total tackles for loss, which ranked second in the SEC and eighth nationally. UT accumulated 16 takeaways, good for top-five in the SEC and a significant increase from the season prior.
Heupel and the Volunteers begin spring practice on March 22.

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