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Blog Entry: Trevor Knight's facial hair gave    Sexy Clubwear    him away during his first team meeting at Texas A&M as a guy who'd been around the block a time or two. He's  Wholesale Babydoll Lingerie  'sitting there in the front row with his beard, and all of the 17-, 18-year-old guys are going, 'Who is that old man? Didn't I see him on TV playing for Oklahoma?' ' Aggies Coach Kevin Sumlin said Tuesday during the Southeastern Conference's media days. Sumlin named Knight, a fifth-year senior and graduate transfer from Oklahoma, the team's starting quarterback in April. Knight is one of the more recognizable quarterback names in a conference thin on proven QBs ' even though his top accomplishments came a few years ago. Knight jkljkdasdfsa completed 56.6 percent of his passes for 2,300 yards as a sophomore in 2014 under Josh Heupel, who was then Oklahoma's co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach and is now Barry Odom's offensive coordinator at Missouri. As a redshirt freshman in 2013, Knight played in eight games, including five starts. His best performance came on the biggest stage. He completed 32 of 44 passes for 348 yards with four touchdowns and an interception to guide OU to a 45-31 win over Alabama in the Sugar Bowl. Baker Mayfield surpassed Knight for the starting job last season. With Mayfield returning as a junior this year and Knight's path to the starting job blocked, Knight hit the transfer market. Knight doesn't pretend that this is the storybook ending of his dreams ' 'As a little kid, you want to come in and be the guy and win a Heisman Trophy, win a national championship' with the program you started with, Knight said ' but he's focused on making the most of his lone season as an Aggie. Knight enrolled at A&M in January. A May missions trip to Haiti helped him settle in with his new school. A&M sent 29 athletes, including 14 football players, on the trip. Knight made three similar missions trips to Haiti while at OU. Past quarterbacks, including Johnny Manziel and Kenny Hill, have succeeded under Sumlin. But QBs fled the program in recent years. Hill transferred to TCU after the 2014 season. Kyle Allen transferred to Houston after last season and said in an interview with CBS Sports that 'the culture was a big part of' why he transferred, 'and I think that stems from Johnny's era there.' Kyler Murray also transferred after last season, heading to Oklahoma. Knight isn't concerned about the wave of defections. They opened the door for him to transfer to an Aggie program in need of a starter. 'I had conversations with enough guys on the team to know that, again, that was a case-by-case basis and the culture at Texas A&M was heading in the right direction,' Knight said. TENNESSEE WELCOMES HEIGHTENED EXPECTATIONS: When the media's preseason order of finish is released later this week, Tennessee is expected to be listed as the favorite to win the East Division. Volunteers Coach Butch Jones embraces the heightened status. 'I love it,' Jones said. 'That's what you work for. You want high expectations. You want high standards. I remember standing up here at the podium three short years ago, and the room was half-filled, and nobody was talking about Tennessee football.' Tennessee went 5-7 in Jones' first season in 2013. It went 7-6 in 2014 and 9-4 last season. The Volunteers have capped the past two seasons with bowl victories. 'The guys that came in with me, we've seen the good, bad and ugly,' senior cornerback Cameron Sutton said. 'Our first year, going 5-7 and watching all the bowl games and really being down to having two back-to-back bowl wins, but we're not satisfied with that. We obviously want to accomplish bigger things than just winning bowl games. But it's definitely a great journey we've been on.' Tennessee returns nine starters on offense and eight on defense. Among the returners are senior quarterback Joshua Dobbs, who has made 22 career starts; junior running back Jalen Hurd, who rushed for 1,288 yards last season; senior linebacker Jalen Reeves-Maybin, who racked up 105 tackles; and junior defensive lineman Derek Barnett, who tallied 10 sacks. Each of Tennessee's losses in 2015 came by seven points or fewer. The Vols blew a 13-point fourth-quarter lead in a 28-27 loss to Florida. That was after they squandered a 14-point fourth-quarter lead in a 31-24 loss to Oklahoma. Those memories haven't been erased. 'Those two games, we didn't finish,' Reeves-Maybin said. 'We didn't stay aggressive. We were up, and we didn't stay aggressive. We can't relax, and I think as a team, we learned from that.' GEORGIA RB SITUATION UNCERTAIN FOR OPENER: If Nick Chubb and Sony Michel were healthy, few would argue that Georgia possesses the best running back duo in the SEC. Both are rehabbing injuries. Chubb is recovering from a knee injury that cut his 2015 season short after six games. Michel broke his arm in an ATV accident on July 3. Georgia Coach Kirby Smart didn't indicate Tuesday whether either player is expected to be available for the team's Sept. 3 opener against North Carolina. Smart told local beat writers that Chubb would have 'no limitations' early in fall camp, but it's uncertain when he'll be cleared for full contact. 'Ultimately, he's got to gain confidence in that knee back, and he's taking the right steps in that direction,' Smart said. Chubb rushed for 747 yards before his injury last season, and Michel tallied 1,161 yards. Smart also didn't shed much light on his quarterback battle, where incumbent starter and senior Greyson Lambert, junior Brice Ramsey and freshman Jacob Eason ' a five-star recruit ' are battling for the job. 'We're going to put the young man out there who is going to give us the best chance to win football games,' Smart said. As of now, Smart says he isn't sure which QB that is. PUTTING THEIR HEADS TOGETHER: More people will be involved in the SEC's instant replay process this season. Steve Shaw, the SEC's coordinator of officials, explained the collaborative process that will take place. Under the experimental rule, three replay officials who will be located in a video center in Birmingham, Ala., will assist the instant replay official at the stadium in making decisions. The Birmingham replay officials will have a live feed and communication to the stadiums. If there's a stoppage to review a play, the three people in Birmingham will collaborate with the onsite replay official. The replay official in the stadium will remain the primary person to decide to overturn or uphold a call or to stop the game to review a play. Shaw said the goal of the experiment is twofold: one, to improve consistency in replay calls; two, to avoid mistakes. 'We can't live with incorrect outcomes,' Shaw said. Shaw said the SEC averaged two replay stoppages per game in 2016, with the average stoppage time lasting 1 minute, 21 seconds. 'This is not about speed. It's about getting it right,' Shaw said. 'But the expectation is we will not add time to the process.'