Source: Vols' Jaylen McColough cleared to play his side after arrest Sources told ESPN a talk Thursday
that Tennessee senior security Jaylen McCullough, who she missed the last two games after being charged with a felony,
has been cleared to play again by the University and Athletic Department. It was learned that on Saturday at Neyland Stadium,
No. The 3 volume faced No. 19 Kentucky went well, coach Josh Huepel told reporters on Thursday. McCollough was practicing
practicing a lot this week with the volume. Heppel said whether McCollough would play against the Wildcats now.
It was reported that McCollough, a four-year starter, was arrested on October 9, A preliminary hearing in McCaulph's
case is set for November 18, but her lawyer, Chloe Akers, has asked to move the hearing to November 10.
Huppel said McCollough was not suspended after the incident, McCollough did not play in the next two games against Alabama or
UT Martin. McCollough had already gone through the university's student judicial process and was not found to have violated the
university's student code of conduct. McCollough, a debut 32, was fourth on his team with 23 tackles after
recording seven tackles reported against LSU on October 1. Tillman was an All-SEC selection a year ago
year ago and led the volume in receiving well catches (64), yards (1,081) and touchdown catches (12).