Maurice Patton reports on the Commodores return to the practice field in Saturday's edition of The Tennessean.
Article 1: Patton gives an update on the tailback situation for the bowl game. With junior Jared Hawkins' status uncertain due to an ankle injury suffered against Tennessee on November 22, redshirt freshman wide receiver Jamie Graham could see time at tailback again after switching to the position during the Wake Forest game November 29.
"He'll (Jaime) play tailback right now, until we find out if Jared can play," Coach Johnson told The Tennessean. "I still think he'll play tailback. I think he's tough. He's got a little knack that he never gets hit hard. Hopefully he'll be able to hang in there, but we've got some other people to use also. He won't be in there every play."
Article 2: Team enjoys warm weather, D.J. Moore seeks an NFL evaluation, Broderick Stewart injury update, and a report on Boston College's ticket allotment.
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