Vols’ Ed Orgeron owes payback time

KNOXVILLE — Tennessee assistant Ed Orgeron is always a little more intense than any of his players or fellow coaches.
So is it even possible for him to turn it up another notch when he returns to Mississippi, the school that gave him his first shot as head coach and fired him after three seasons?
“Yes,” defensive lineman Chris Walker said. “We’ve only seen a little bit of it, and we know he can get a little bit more intense than he’s been. We’re kind of expecting that this week.”