Offensive Line (1986-89)
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 Still's blocking, the most since the national championship season of 1951. Still was awarded the Jacob's Trophy for the SEC's top blocker and played in two all-star games. In the classroom, he earned Academic All-SEC honors all four years.
Why I Wore the Number
Offensive Line (1994-97)
"Like a lot of players, my high school number (75) was taken by an upperclassman, so when I got to UT I just took the best number available, which was 79. Then, over time, that number becomes a pretty big part of you -- all the way down to being part of home email addresses and so forth. Once my son Jackson started playing football, I just assumed he'd want to wear 79 since that was my number. I was wrong. He had no interest in 79. He instead wanted to wear 76, since his favorite NFL player, my good friend and former teammate Chad Clifton wore 76 for the Packers. Chad even gave Jackson one of his Pro Bowl jerseys to seal the deal. So much for wanting to be like Dad."