Aug. 11, 2012
Dick Huffman played right tackle on the 1942 Vols before World War II interrupted his college career. He returned to Tennessee in 1946 and earned All-America honors following the four-year break from football.
With Huffman on the line, the Vols made a full return to prominence in the South, winning the 1946 SEC championship behind a 9-2 record. Huffman and the defensive line held five opponents to seven points or less, collecting two shutouts in the closing years of the two-way player. Huffman was one of only two players to earn All-America honors in six seasons following World War II.
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