Tennessee Practice, News & Highlights

The Vols hit the practice field on Tuesday afternoon, definitely under a lot better weather conditions. Tennessee worked in group drills during the open portion we were allowed to view. Here are a few notes from that allotted time.   K’Rojhn Calbert was participating in practice, which is a good sign for Tennessee fans, since…

Tennessee Handles The Mocs, Gets First Win

On a cloudy afternoon at Neyland Stadium, the Tennessee football team finally found their first victory, after three weeks of trying. Ty Chandler started off the game with a 58-yard kickoff return, which led to a 13-yard touchdown run to cap off the opening series. Today was a changing of the guard along the offensive…

Kelly Bryant Takes On The SEC, With Missouri

It all starts with the lobby, nestled into a small area just before the escalator ride to the main floor is the autograph section where a good amount of fans showed up to see and retrieve their favorite players or coaches signature. This isn’t just the starting point for representatives, it’s also a sign to…

Vols Find Resolve To Get Past Hawkeyes

Iowa coach Fran McCaffery couldn’t wait any longer. With a television timeout looming at the sound of the next whistle, the Hawkeyes opted to call a timeout with 14:29 left in the first half after Vols guard Jordan Bowden connected on a 3-point attempt. Bowden’s basket punctuated a flurry by Tennessee where they extended a…

Vols Survive Burns, Advance To Play Hawkeyes

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Tennessee Volunteers began the NCAA Tournament firing on all cylinders, until second half adjustments from the Colgate Raiders evened out the game to a back and forth affair late in the second half. With the help of Tennessee’s ability to adjust to Colgate’s zone defense, Admiral Schofield’s late game heroics, and…

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Ranking The First-Year Power 5 Head Coaches

With the end of the week seven games, we have have hit the halfway point of the college football season. Coming into the season there were 13 new head coaches in the Power 5 conferences, including interim coaches that had their interim tags removed before the 2018 season. Some have done well, some not so…