But nothing bothered Briscoe more than the idea that the offense was on a two-year timetable.
"Hearing that from (Latrell Scott) was really upsetting," he said. "Putting an offense in at this level, you can't have a year for it to take effect - not at this level, especially not at Tennessee. We expect to be able to win every week.
"That offense wasn't putting us there. That offense held us back a lot."
Josh Briscoe has been one of the most vocal Vols throughout the Fulmer forced resignation process, and this story from KNS sheds more light on the Clawfense's struggles and ultimate failure.