Vols Jersey Countdown #64

June 28, 2013

Player Spotlight
Jack "Hacksaw" Reynolds
Linebacker (1967-69)
When Jack Reynolds made the move from fullback to linebacker his sophomore year, he became an instant success for the Vols. That success was proven his senior year of 1969 when, he received All-SEC and All-America honors. "Hacksaw," as he was known during his tenure on The Hill, combined with fellow linebacker Steve Kiner to sow the seeds of the infamous 1970 defense that picked off 36 passes. But Reynolds' final year was a special one too, with the defense collecting 30 interceptions.
Why I Wore the Number
Arnold Pederson
Guard (1962-63)
"I letted in football in 1962 and 1963. I wore number 64 because in those days you did everything you were told to do by the coaches, and I was told I would be wearing number 64. We had three coaches while I there: Bowden Wyatt, McDonald and Doug Dickey. We had breakeven records for the most part, but we had fun and got an education at the same time. Go Vols!"
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