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Eric Still

Eric Still was a bulldozer on the offensive line for the Vols and helped push the pile for Tennessee to set a school record at the time for total yards per game with an average of 408.5 in 1989. The Vols rushed for 2,701 yards behind the Still's blocking, the most since the national championship season of 1951.

Still was awarded the Jacobs Trophy for the SEC's top blocker following the 1989 campaign and played in two all-star games. In the classroom, he was named to the GTE second team Academic All-America squad his senior year, and made Academic All-SEC all four years.


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