November 11, 2007
KNOXVILLE (AP) -- Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer says his team is healthy following yesterday's 34-13 victory over Arkansas and expects the No. 19 Vols to be ready for Vanderbilt next weekend.
The coach says his players came through the game pretty well and he doesn't expect anyone to miss any significant practice time or the game.
However, Fulmer said freshman linebacker LaMarcus Thompson and junior defensive back Ja'Kouri Williams sat out today's practice for precautionary reasons after having "their bells rung" against Arkansas.
Tennessee is listed behind No. 8 Georgia in the Southeastern Conference Eastern Division standings, but the Vols will claim the division title if they can defeat Vanderbilt and Kentucky.
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