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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More Changes Made to Vols Staff

Butch Jones announced this week that Brady Hoke has been named the new defensive-line coach, and Walt Wells has been named the new offensive-line coach of the Tennessee Volunteers football team. Hoke replaces former defensive-line coach Steve Stripling. Stripling will now serve as director of football program development. Wells replaces former offensive-line coach Don Mahoney,…

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Two Positions Filled on Tennessee’s Staff

Butch Jones announced Friday that he had filled two more coaching jobs on the Tennessee staff. Both of the jobs are on the offensive side of the ball. For Offensive Coordinator, Jones promoted former Tennessee Tight Ends/Special Teams Coordinator Larry Scott to the offensive play-calling position. And for quarterbacks coach Jones hired Mike Canales, formerly…

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Tennessee Hires New DBs Coach

Tennessee football head coach Butch Jones announced Monday that he has hired a new Defensive Backs coach. Charlton Warren will replace Willie Martinez, who will not return as the DBs coach after four seasons at Tennessee. Butch Jones commented on his decision to let Martinez go by saying, “I have known Willie Martinez for a long time…

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Top OC Candidates for Tennessee

Former Tennessee offensive coordinator Mike Debord announced this week he would be accepting the same position at Indiana. Debord had been with the Volunteers for two seasons, and his contract at Tennessee ran out at the end of the 2016 season. Just days after Tennessee and Butch Jones landed former LA Rams strength and conditioning…

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2016 Music City Bowl Recap: Vols Win in Style

Tennessee ended their 2016 football season with a statement win against the Nebraska Cornhuskers in the 2016 Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl. The Volunteers end the year with a 9-4 record, as do the Cornhuskers. Head Coach Butch Jones and the Vols have also won 3-straight bowl games, something that has not been done…

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Vols Slam Missouri in Final Home Game

Tennessee triumphed over Missouri Saturday night winning big by a score of 63 to 37. The Vols seniors played with an extra effort in their final home game and there was no doubt at the end of the game they were the better team. Senior quarterback Josh Dobbs was without question the player of the…

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Vols Senior QB to Play Final Home Game

When Joshua Dobbs first stepped onto  the University of Tennessee campus in 2013 as a part of Head Coach Butch Jones’ first recruiting class, no one could’ve predicted the huge impact Dobbs’ career would have both on and off the field. Since that time Vols fans have watched Dobbs run wild against SEC defenses, throw…

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Tennessee vs. Missouri Preview

Tennessee will play their final home game of the season this week against the Missouri Tigers. Before Missouri joined the SEC in 2012 the two teams had never played. Last year Tennessee beat Missouri by a score of 19-8 at Faurot Field in Columbia, Missouri.  The Tigers went on to finish the season 5-7. During…

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