Michigan vs. Purdue Preview

The No. 8 Michigan Wolverines (3-0) found themselves in what’s becoming a common pattern on Saturday; winning a close game despite mediocre offensive production and several missed opportunities.  Time is running out for them to change that as they start their Big Ten conference schedule against the Purdue Boilermakers (2-1) in their first road game…

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Michigan vs. Air Force Preview

The No.7 Michigan Wolverines (2-0) are coming off a 36-14 win over the Cincinnati Bearcats that they didn’t seem to dominate. On Saturday, the team will host the Air Force Falcons (1-0) in their final non-conference game of the regular season.  Opponent Overview Unlike most college football teams, the Falcons run a unique offense called…

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Michigan vs. Cincinnati Preview

The No. 11 Michigan Wolverines (1-0) proved that despite losing so many players from last year, they can beat some of the better teams in the country in their 33-17 win over No. 17 Florida. This Saturday, the maize and blue will have their first home game of the season when they host the Cincinnati…

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Michigan vs. Florida Preview

The No. 11 Michigan Wolverines will kick off their 2017 season against the No. 17 Florida Gators in the Advocare Classic.  The Advocare Classic is an annual game held at the beginning of the college football season at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. Of the nine teams that have won it, four have gone on…

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2017 Michigan Wolverines Season Preview

On December 30, the Michigan Wolverines dejectedly waked off the field a Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, FL having lost the Orange Bowl to the Florida State Seminoles to culminate a successful, yet underwhelming season. In the eight months that have passed since then, (which included a week-long trip to Rome for those on the…

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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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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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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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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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Former Vols Impress at NFL Combine

Six former Tennessee Volunteers football players participated in the NFL Scouting Combine over the past weekend. Those six former Vols did not go unnoticed by the NFL’s elite coaches and talent evaluators. Former Tennessee running back Alvin Kamara might have benefited the most by his performance in Indianapolis. Kamara completed the vertical jump at a…

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