Former RCHS and UT standout, Mark Holland (No. 52), far right, is shown with first-year UT head football coach Butch Jones, second from right, at the 64th annual Tennessee Farm Bureau agents’ conference held in Franklin, Tenn., on July 26. Jones was the guest speaker at the conference of over 500 people, including the four former Volunteers with him. Pictured, from left, are Kirk Swearingen, Brad Sharp, Tal Plumlee, Jones and Holland.
Friday, August 02, 2013Author: Ernie Harris
(Last modified: 2013-08-02 22:06:48)
Source: The Herald-News
UT head football coach Butch Jones may have spoken to over 500 Farm Bureau agents at their 64th annual conference held in Franklin, Tenn., on July 26, but for former Rhea County High School and UT standout Mark Holland, the visit was “genuine.”
“I have met coach Jones several times, but Friday was pretty cool because I got some one-on-one quality time with him for about 30 minutes,” Holland said. “You’re really going to like this guy. He really is genuine and you can tell he’s humble and he’s hungry. UT is his dream job and this is where he wants to end up the rest of his life.”
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