Philip Fulmer Back at UT

The University of Tennessee announced on Tuesday that former head football coach Philip Fulmer will be working with the university once again. Fulmer’s official title at Tennessee will be a special advisor to the university president for community, athletics and university relations. Fulmer commented on his new role by saying, “This is a special opportuinity…

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The Latest on Former Vols at The Draft

Round 1: With 2017 NFL Draft commencing in Philadelphia on Thursday night, another class of Tennessee Volunteers will join the big leagues. As expected, Derek Barnett was the highest-drafted former Tennessee player. The Tennessee all-time career sacks leader was chosen 14th overall to the hometown Philadelphia Eagles. Not only did Barnett break Reggie White’s career…

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Preds-Blues Faceoff in Round Two

The Nashville Predators started their Stanley Cup Playoffs run on a hot start, a 4-0 sweep of the Chicago Blackhawks. Now that the rest of the first-round series are finished, the Preds find out who they will face next. The Preds will face another common Western Conference opponent in round two- the St. Louis Blues….

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A New Favorite for Vols Starting QB?

The Tennessee Volunteers football team concluded their 2017 spring practices with the annual spring game Saturday in Neyland Stadium. All eyes were undoubtedly on the quarterbacks. Vols’ head coach Butch Jones previously went on record to say that a favorite for the UT starting QB job will not be named till much closer to the…

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Nashville Completes Total Domination of Chicago

Bridgestone Arena, right down the street from the honky tonks and country music bands of Nashville, also the perfect setting for Stanley Cup Playoff hockey. The Nashville Predators made history Thursday night. They were able to sweep the Chicago Blackhawks and advance to the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Predators’ franchise had…

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Nashville Takes 3-0 Series Lead Over Chicago

The Nashville and Chicago series has been a blockbuster matchup to say the least. The Western Conference first rounder began with the Predators stunning the hockey world by taking the first two games in Chicago, keeping the Blackhawks from scoring a single goal. Monday night, the series moved to Nashville for game 3, the Preds…

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North Carolina Back on Top

The North Carolina Tar Heels are national champions for the 6th time in their history! The Tar Heels were able to redeem themselves from their National Championship loss last year to Villanova, and power through for another championship banner in Chapel Hill. In the first half, both teams started fast but couldn’t hit shots. Gonzaga…

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Two Teams to Renew Series

In a press release from UTsports.com the Tennessee football program announced Monday that two future games have been scheduled. The games will be against a familiar opponent for the Vols, the Oklahoma Sooners. The Volunteers and Sooners last met at Neyland Stadium in 2015. The two prestigious programs first met in the 1939 Orange Bowl,…

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South Carolina’s Magical Run Skids to a Halt

The South Carolina Gamecocks basketball team went where their team had never been before- The Final Four. Their Cinderella run stopped there Saturday night after they fell to Gonzaga in Phoenix, Arizona. The top seeded Gonzaga Bulldogs, led by Nigel Williams-Goss, and 7-foot-1 Przemek Karnowski, were able to subdue South Carolina, something that was no…

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Tennessee Spring Football: The RBs

As the Tennessee Volunteers football team continues spring practice, one of the most dynamic positions on the football team in the running back position. Despite the departure of Alvin Kamara to the NFL, the Tennessee running backs in waiting are some of the best athletes on Rocky Top. John Kelly Running back John Kelly is…

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Tennessee to Fill Starting QB Roll

The Tennessee Volunteers football team began spring practice Tuesday afternoon, and the number one question for Vols fans is, “Who will the starting quarterback be this fall?” After senior quarterback Joshua Dobbs was lost to graduation, Vols’ head coach Butch Jones and new offensive coordinator Larry Scott are tasked with the job of distinguishing who…

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Lady Vols to Play in NCAA Tourney

The Tennessee Lady Vols basketball team will continue play this March, as they were selected for the NCAA Tournament. The Lady Vols come into the tournament as the number 5 seed in the Oklahoma City Region. This year’s NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament features the top seeded UConn Huskies team. The Huskies come into the tournament…

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