The clunk-clunk-clunk of marching cleats echoes through the south wing of Tennessee's football facility. It's a sunny March afternoon, and a sea of players file through an open door in the program's Anderson Training Center. The Volunteers have just completed another practice this spring on Haslam Field. Each passing player dons either an orange or white jersey, save for the handful of quarterbacks, who wear red tops.
Sitting a few yards away from his teammates, Curt Maggitt sports a different outfit. Tennessee's fifth-year senior linebacker wears a black shirt with a bulky shoulder harness. Due to off-season surgery, Maggitt hasn't been able to practice. Instead, he has watched his young team and realized he's become a senior citizen. Some of his teammates, he notes, don't even know the old location of the locker room.
"I'm the old man around here," Maggitt says. "It's weird."
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