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Posted: Friday, March 28, 2014 12:00 am | Updated: 10:53 am, Tue Apr 1, 2014.

KNOXVILLE — Seven practices into spring camp, offensive coordinator Mike Bajakian says there’s no separation between his four quarterbacks. And the longer that’s the case, the bigger problem it presents.

“Everyone has flashed,” Bajakian said after practice Thursday. “The word we keep emphasizing is consistency. We don’t have the consistency we want, frankly at any position, but particularly at the quarterback position.”

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