Peyton Manning is Tennessee's all-time leading passer with 11,201 yards and 89 touchdowns. As a senior, Manning won numerous awards; he was a consensus First-team All-American, the Johnny Unitas Award winner, and the Best College Player ESPY award winner. Todd Helton received an athletic scholarship from the University of Tennessee to play both football and baseball. Entering his junior season in 1994, he was the back-up to senior Jerry Colquitt and ahead of Peyton Manning (then a true freshman). After Colquitt tore knee ligaments in the season opener at UCLA, Helton took over as the starter. Three weeks later against Mississippi State, he suffered a knee injury and was replaced by Manning, who went on to break several records. This is a Peyton Manning & Todd Helton Tennessee Volunteer Greats 8.5x11 Photo with Custom White Mat and Black Color Frame.