Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
Obviously, Lane Kiffin was serious when he said that his version of Tennessee football wouldn't be for everybody.
The Vols have now had at least seven players leave the program since Kiffin was introduced as head coach on Dec. 1.
The latest was sophomore defensive tackle Donald Langley, who joined senior safety Demetrice Morley this week on the ever-expanding list of ex-Vols. Langley had spent some time on the offensive line this spring after not making much of an impact at defensive tackle, one of the thinnest spots on Tennessee's team.
Others that have bolted or been dismissed on Kiffin's watch include running back Lennon Creer, offensive tackle Ramone Johnson, receiver E.J. Abrams-Ward and offensive linemen Preston Bailey and Darius Myers.