The Tennessee Volunteers hosted their annual spring game on Saturday, and there were mixed results in the eyes of new coach Jeremy Pruitt.

Though Pruitt thought some players played hard, he didn’t like the effort that many of the other Vols displayed at Neyland Stadium.

In fact, Pruitt went as far as to say that some players “flat out quit” during the game — a strong statement from the new coach:

It sounds like Pruitt is keeping those players on a short leash. In fact, he said, 14 freshmen will soon be on campus fighting for playing time:

There’s a new sheriff in Knoxville, and he’s not going to let the Vols get away with lackluster efforts. If players don’t want to play, Pruitt will find others who do.