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Former Vols star and Dallas Cowboys champion Bill Bates was back on campus. Check out what he had to say about the power of the Big Orange.
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Wow he looked identical to his son in his younger days
Awesome, made my hair stand on end. Man, I love Tennessee. Thank you over and over Bill Bates. Let's get this thing going Coach Butch Jones!!!
Thanks that was great to hear Bates take on where the program is headed. +1
Wow when he talks about beating Alabama he gave me chills...
Sounds like a great place for your son Bill
Man, that brings back some awesome memories. I may have to pull out some of my old VHS tapes tomorrow....
Its not a stupid question until you ask it.
I was at that game, never forget the goalposts coming down!! people going crazy up and down the strip!!
“Count it down with me . . . Five, four, three, two, one. The national champion is clad in Big Orange.
Tennessee 23, Florida State 16.”
Wow, that's huge!!! To bad it's been a long time since our former players have had that kind of feeling. I think we have our leader in coach jones that can bring us back. I know he has yet to prove how good he is as a coach, but I don't know about you guys but I have not been this excited about Tennessee football in a long long time.
After watching that video and the passion from bill's voice I will find it hard to believe that his son will not be in orange next year. The love for Tennessee football from his dad will play a big role for Dillon.
MOAR!!!! +1 GO VOLS!
BUTCH IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART. GO VOLS!
"Tennessee takes the back seat to nobody!
One goal and one goal only!
thanks for that,hes got to talk his son into coming to tenn ,ide almost bet he will be here,just like to hear that im comitted to the tennessee vols..this 2014 class could be the best as long as i can remember.
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