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  Tennessee tight end Austin Pope is progressing toward being ready for the Sept. 26 season opener against South Carolina after he had offseason back surgery on a herniated disc. Pope has practiced this week. "He continues to improve," Pruitt said. "If he continues to improve like he has the last five weeks, he should be ready to play for the opener." The Christian Academy of Knoxville graduate is the most experienced of Tennessee's tight ends. He has played in 33 career games in his career, including 14 starts. Although not heavily involved in the passing game, Pope played an important role last season as a run blocker and in pass protection. - Knoxville News Sentinel

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