Vols Work On Rushing Attack

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Johnson City, Tenn. (WHNT) - While quarterback Tyler Bray may be getting a lot of attention for the Vols offense, the rushing attack may finally be turning heads.

During Saturday's scrimmage in Johnson City, five running backs combined to average more than six yards a carry.  Rajion Neal led the charge, carrying the ball nine times for 134 yards and a touchdown.

But the team is the first to say the running game is not perfect.