In his four years with the Vols, Reggie White collected a school-record 32 sacks in establishing himself as the most prolific pass rusher in Tennessee history.
The 1983 team captain drew little publicity until the sixth game of his senior year. By then, his domination was evident. He collected 100 tackles on the season, 72 of them unassisted, and set the school-record with 15 sacks for the year. He had a sack in every game but two and dropped the quarterback four times against The Citadel, another school record.
White was named the SEC's Player of the Year and while earning consensus All-America and All-SEC honors.
White was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 2002. He retired
as the NFL's all-time sack leader with 198.