Johnson was more hopeful about the amount of gear that players will receive. The non-practice apparel that players received – T-shirts, hoodies and the like – was found lacking.
“It’s like any kid – they want to have more stuff to wear to class and around the school, and maybe to give a shirt to their brother, or to have those things,” he said. “The more they get, the happier they’re going to be, for sure.”
Asked about the possibility of wearing alternate uniforms along the lines of what trendsetters such as Oregon and Maryland have worn, Johnson passed.
“I don’t know,” he said. “I’m worried about the Tennessee game. It’s the only game I’ve thought about.”