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Vols' "3rd Down for What" is a hit inside Neyland Stadium Video included

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If General Neyland were around today it's safe to say Lil Jon and "Turn Down for What" wouldn't be on his iPod, but you have to wonder if he'd be bobbing his head to the remix inside the stadium named after him.  More>>

Worley, defense spark Vols past Utah State 38-7 Video included

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Justin Worley threw for 273 yards and three touchdowns to help Tennessee beat Utah State 38-7 on Sunday night in a game matching two quarterbacks returning from injuries that ended their 2013 seasons prematurely. Worley completed his first 13 passes of the second half in his first appearance since missing Tennessee's final five games last season with an injured right thumb. He was 27 of 38 overall, connecting with 10 difference receivers. Worley threw touchdown passes ... More>>

Vols' Jones says opener is a journey into the "unknown" Video included

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Tennessee Head Coach Butch Jones is on a journey, he lets us know that once a week. His journey has an end goal but for now and by now we mean Utah State on Sunday, Jones says it's a journey into the unknown.  More>>

Woodson transfers to UT

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KNOXVILLE,TN (UTSports.com)---Tennessee basketball coach Donnie Tyndall announced Friday that 6-10, 290-pound forward Dominic Woodson (first name pronounced: dah-mihn-EEK) is enrolled at UT and has joined the Volunteers program. Woodson's eligibility status for next season has yet to be determined. When Woodson does become eligible, he will have three seasons left to play. "Dominic certainly adds some physicality and size to our frontline," Tyndall said. "He has great upside. If he continues ... More>>

Vols open practice brings 40k fans

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KNOXVILLE,TN (AP)--Tennessee coach Butch Jones says the Volunteers' open practice Saturday should allow his team's 32 newcomers to enter the season with at least some idea of what it's like to perform in front of a big crowd at Neyland Stadium. The Volunteers tuned up for their Aug. 31 season opener against Utah State with a workout that drew an announced attendance of 40,000 to Neyland Stadium. Fourteen of Tennessee's newcomers were here for spring practice and got to play in the Orange Whi... More>>

Pig Howard: Ready for Saturdays

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ELIZABETHTON,TN (WRCB)--Tennessee Vols rising Junior receiver Pig Howard Says he'll be "in play" this coming football season.Howard, who sat out spring practice for undisclosed reasons, said Saturday at Jason Witten's 12th annual sports camp in Elizabethton, Tennessee, addressed his status with "team 118".." You're gonna see me on the field in the fall,we're doing everything right, the chemistry is the same if not better with the team and I mean everything is heading in the right direction," ... More>>

NBA draft nets Vols' Stokes & McRae

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KNOXVILLE, TN- (UTSports.com)--There were 46 NCAA players selected in Thursday's NBA Draft, and two of them were Tennessee Volunteers. Jarnell Stokes was picked 35th overall, and Jordan McRae was taken with the 58th pick. Stokes and McRae are Tennessee's 44th and 45th all-time NBA Draft picks, respectively. Stokes was drafted by the Utah Jazz then traded to the Memphis Grizzlies. McRae was selected by the San Antonio Spurs and then traded to the Philadelphia 76ers. Both Vols were second-round... More>>

Spurrier wows crowd in Cleveland Saturday night

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Cleveland, Tennessee had it's maximum hint of South Carolina Gamecock flavor in recent memory Saturday night as the 'ol ball coach, Steve Spurrier came to town.Spurrier, USC's head football coach since 20-05, came for the fifth annual Bradley Sunrise Rotary Sunset Gala.Many know Spurrier grew up in Johnson City as the son of a minister, but did you know the Florida Gators' QB and 1966 Heisman Trophy winner spent some of his youth in the friendly city of Athens?"We usually played up at Tenness... More>>

Vols to open at U.S. Naval Academy against VCU

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The Tennessee basketball team's first regular-season opponent under new head coach Donnie Tyndall will be VCU, as the Volunteers face the Rams Friday, Nov. 14, at 6:30 p.m. ET as part of a unique doubleheader event known as the Veterans Classic at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. More>>

Tyndall Gets New UT Commit

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee has added forward Eric McKnight, a graduate transfer from Florida Gulf Coast. McKnight, a 6-foot-9 forward from Raleigh, North Carolina, plans to enroll at Tennessee this summer and will be eligible to play in this coming season. In a university release Sunday, Tennessee coach Donnie Tyndall said McKnight "gives us more size and athleticism - along with a lot of great experience - along our front line." McKnight averaged 6.7 points and 5.1 rebounds while shoo... More>>

Diamond Vols are SEC tourney bound

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KNOXVILLE,TN -(UTSports.com) Thanks to a 7-5 victory over No. 13 Florida on the final day of the regular season, the Tennessee baseball team will make its first appearance in the postseason since 2007. The Volunteers are the 11-seed in the SEC Tournament and will face sixth-seeded Vanderbilt in the event's first game at 9:30 a.m. CT/10:30 a.m. ET. Tuesday's matchup against the Commodores will be the fourth this season as the Vols won two of three games in Knoxville earlier this year. It is th... More>>

Diamond Vols clinch SEC berth

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UTSports.com) - The Tennessee baseball team is headed back to the SEC Tournament for the first time since 2007. The Volunteers closed out the regular season with a 7-5 victory over No. 13 Florida on Saturday afternoon at Lindsey Nelson Stadium to clinch their spot in the postseason. "We did it," UT head coach Dave Serrano said. "I didn't expect it to be easy but early on [in the year], I thought it was going to be a little easier than it ended up being over the course of the... More>>

Third Saturday in October Survives

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - The Southeastern Conference has decided to stick with its current football scheduling format of eight league games and a permanent non-division rival. The conference's presidents and chancellors approved the schedule format Sunday at a special meeting in Atlanta. The one change to the SEC's schedule format will affect non conference scheduling. Starting in 2016, all SEC teams will be required to play at least one game against a team from one of the other Big 5 conferen... More>>

Reports have Vols Eyeing La Tech's Mike White

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KNOXVILLE,TN (CBSSports.com) --- Tennessee's search to replace Cuonzo Martin as its men's basketball coach is now focused on Louisiana Tech's Michael White, multiple sources told CBSSports.com on Saturday.Martin left UT last week to coach at California.A source told CBSSports.com that UT has informally contacted some "A-list" candidates but that the interest hasn't been mutual. Another source told CBSSports.com that at least one potential candidate expressed no interest mostly because Tenness... More>>

Vols Blank Vanderbilt 7-0

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Behind a combined two-hit shutout by Kyle Serrano, Andy Cox and Andrew Lee, the No. 25 Tennessee baseball team blanked in-state SEC rival and 4th-ranked Vanderbilt, 7-0. More>>

Vols Scrimmage in Rain

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The second scrimmage of the Tennessee spring season had everything Butch Jones could have asked for in simulating game-type conditions. More>>

Gamecocks Sweep Diamond Vols

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The No. 21 Tennessee baseball team was shutout for the first time and suffered its first series sweep of the season on Sunday, falling 8-0 in the finale at No. 2 South Carolina. More>>

Longtime Neyland PA announcer, radio legend Bobby Denton dies

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Denton was known as the public address announcer at Neyland Stadium for University of Tennessee football games for more than 40 years. More>>

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Tennessee moves 2014 football opener against Utah State to Sunday

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The Vols pulled a similar switch in 2004, when Boomsday was on Saturday and Tennessee beat UNLV 42-17 in a Sunday night season opener. More>>

Vols Sweet 16 Bound After Downing Mercer, 83-63

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The Tennessee Volunteers are heading back to the Sweet 16 for the fourth time in the last eight years. More>>

Vols' Coach Inspires Team, Preps For Mercer

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For Cuonzo Martin, reaching the Round of 32 with the Vols is a significant on-court achievement, but it doesn't define who he is.
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Vols' release says Martin will remain at UT

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Less than 24 hours after pulling his name off the table in terms of the Marquette job, Cuonzo Martin confirms he is staying at Tennessee. More>>

Source: Cuonzo Martin pulls his name out of running for Marquette position

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UT athletic director Dave Hart, through a spokesman, declined to comment about Martin's status on Monday. More>>

Vols Begin Dance in Dayton with Iowa

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he Tennessee basketball team faces Iowa in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Dayton, Ohio, Wednesday at UD Arena at 9:10 p.m. More>>

Gators Bounce Vols From SEC Tourney

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Tennessee battled all afternoon, but #1 Florida came away with a 56-49 victory over the Vols on Saturday. More>>

Get ready for tip off - Vols Sweet-16 Montage Video

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The hype is almost over as the Vols get set for their biggest game in four years. More>>

Vols Crack The Pads For Spring Drills

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The Vols put the pads on for the first time this spring. Despite being fully-outfitted, Butch Jones said his young team has a long way to go. More>>

Vols' Spring Practice Day 2 Wraps

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Day 2 of the Tennessee Vols spring football practice wrapped up Saturday, they hit the field again Tuesday. More>>

Hot Vols Cool Missouri 72-45

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On Senior Day, Tennessee routed Missouri, 72-45, for its 20th win of the season as the Vols continue their late-season surge. More>>

Vols Destroy Vanderbilt 76-38

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UTSports.com)-- Tennessee pummeled Vanderbilt, 76-38, on Saturday afternoon with a record-setting defensive effort at Thompson-Boling Arena. The Vols moved to 18-11 overall and 9-7 More>>

UT Football Player Arrests

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Tennessee Head Football Coach Butch Jones enters new territory, the first arrest of players under his Volunteer regime.

     The players are A. J. Johnson, Danny O'Brien and former Vol Dontavis Sapp.
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Aggies' Space Slays Vols Again

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For the second time this season Texas A&M's Antwan Space hit a game-winning 3-point field goal in the final seconds to beat Tennessee as the Aggies handed the Vols a 68-65 overtime defeat Saturday. More>>

Vols Fall At Missouri, 75-70

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Tennessee rallied from down by as many as 13 to lead in the second half, but Missouri outlasted the Vols to win, 75-70, on Saturday More>>

7 more Vols cited on alcohol-related charges

Seven more Tennessee football players have received citations in connection with a party that led to the arrests of two current players and one former Volunteer. More>>

Vols Continue Dominance Over SC with 72-53 win

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Tennessee beat South Carolina for the 13th consecutive time with a dominating 72-53 victory on Saturday before 17,215 at Thompson-Boling Arena. More>>

McRae, Stokes Power UT To 76-59 Win At Bama

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Senior Jordan McRae scored 26 and junior Jarnell Stokes had a season-high 22 points and 16 rebounds as Tennessee knocked off Alabama, 76-59 More>>

Tennessee dropping adidas in favor of Nike

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Tennessee becomes the second high-profile school to leave adidas in the last few weeks, after Notre Dame also ended its relationship with the company. More>>

Derrell Scott Commits To Tennessee

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The University of Tennessee football team picked up another commitment for the 2014 football season Monday, with the announcement of Derrell Scott's intent to play for the Big Orange. More>>

Kiffin to join Alabama as offensive coordinator

Kiffin spent a week in Tuscaloosa, Ala., last month exchanging ideas with coach Nick Saban and his staff and observing Alabama's offense. More>>

Tennessee opens season with tough test at Xavier

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Tennessee has a chance to make an immediate statement that it plans to avoid a third straight slow start. More>>

Phillip Fulmer visits Chattanooga, speaks at Baylor School

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A national championship football coach was in town Monday speaking with a local school. Phillip Fulmer stepped away from the public spotlight after he was fired in 2008 as head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers. More>>

Transition to Jones' Era at UT has been "smooth"

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KNOXVILLE, TN (WRCB) -- Three head coaches in four seasons, if that doesn't tell you how rocky it's been on Rocky Top, this next stat may. The Vols won just nine SEC games in those four seasons. Not one More>>

Pair of freshmen join Tennessee's QB competition

The black stripes on the helmets of Joshua Dobbs and Riley Ferguson signify the long odds facing the two true freshmen in Tennessee's quarterback competition. More>>

Tennessee to hold open practice

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Fans will get a sneak peek at Tennessee's football team during an open practice at Neyland Stadium on Aug. 17. More>>

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SEC football fans touchy about uniform changes

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Everybody has an opinion, and on subjects such as this, all are valid. As Paris and New York proved long ago, when it comes to fashion, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. More>>

Tennessee's Martin earns $50,000 annual pay raise

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Tennessee coach Cuonzo Martin is receiving a $50,000 annual raise that will increase his yearly compensation to $1.35 million. More>>

What does Vegas say about Vols in 2013?

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Early lines see some blowouts, but also 3 late wins for Tennessee under new coach Butch Jones. More>>

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Butch Jones' Vols up to No. 1 in Rival.com's recruiting ranking

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A three-star prospect according to Rivals, Scout and ESPN, Henderson won the MVP award for defensive lineman at the Rivals Camp in Pittsburgh last month. More>>

Peyton Manning makes $500,000 gift to Summitt Foundation

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Pat Summitt, and her son Tyler expressed their sincere thanks and appreciation. More>>

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Butch Jones likes Tennessee Vols' early momentum

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As he stated last week, Jones wants his team to adapt to his standard of physical and mental toughness first before focusing too much on the X's and O's. More>>

UT basketball player Kenny Hall arrested for driving with suspended license

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It remains unknown if Tennessee coach Cuonzo Martin will address Hall's status or the incident prior to the Vols' home game against Georgia on Wednesday night. More>>

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Tennessee Gov. Haslam says Vols must fill Neyland

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Tennessee is carrying more than $200 million of debt, which is not unlike recent debt figures at Alabama and LSU. Yet Tennessee's reserves are just $1.95 million, whereas most every other SEC institution has reserves between $50 million and $100 million. More>>

UT's Butch Jones' staff gets raises

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Jones agreed to a six-year, $18 million dollar contract last month and was granted roughly $3 million as a salary pool for assistants, according to his memorandum of understanding. More>>

Former UT coach Derek Dooley finds his voice - on Twitter

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One tweet from Dooley read "Joined the FFCA (Fired Football Coaches Association) founded by some guy named Gruden. Shirt and visor free of charge.'' More>>

Stokes leads Tennessee to 77-50 win over Oakland

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Jarnell Stokes scored 19 points and went 7-of-8 from the floor Monday as Tennessee relied on suffocating defense to roll to a 77-50 victory over cold-shooting Oakland. More>>

Vols sign 3 players, including top-15 recruit

Tennessee has signed guards Robert Hubbs and Travon Landry plus swingman A.J. Davis to national letters of intent. More>>

UT's Sunseri takes blame, praises defensive players

Tennessee coach Derek Dooley has promised to take a more active role on defense and said he plans changes in game-planning and game-day management after last week's debacle. More>>

Phil Fulmer talks Tennessee football

Prior to this past Saturday's 44-13 drubbing at the hands of top-ranked Alabama, former Tennessee head football coach Phil Fulmer and the players from his 1997 SEC Championship team were honored. More>>

GVX: Vols' basketball lands 5-star recruit Robert Hubbs III

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Following an official visit to Tennessee this weekend, Dyer County shooting guard Robert Hubbs III, a five-star recruit on Rivals.com and the 12th-ranked player in the Class of 2013, pledged a verbal commitment to Martin and the Vols on Monday morning More>>

No. 18 Gators vs. No. 23 Vols brings back memories

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There's an unmistakable sense of 1990s nostalgia in the air now that national relevance has returned to the Florida-Tennessee rivalry. More>>

Vols hoping to handle the hype in showdown with Gators

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With Tennessee earning its first national ranking since 2008 and ESPN's College GameDay heading to town, the excitement in the air at Rocky Top is palpable as the 23rd-ranked Vols get set to host No. 18 Florida on Saturday. More>>

Brodus replaces Palardy as Vols' main kicker

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Derrick Brodus will take over for the slumping Michael Palardy, who has missed an extra-point attempt in each of Tennessee's first two games. Palardy will continue to handle kickoffs for the Volunteers. More>>

Curry-Dooley rivalry heads into new generation

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Derek Dooley and Bill Curry will cross paths again Saturday when Dooley leads Tennessee into its home opener against Georgia State. More>>

Starting tailback job up for grabs at Tennessee

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Tennessee's depth chart for Saturday's game with Georgia State lists Rajion Neal, Marlin Lane and Devrin Young as co-starters. More>>

Vols' Patterson says he still has plenty to learn

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Tennessee coach Derek Dooley said after the game that he wasn't even sure Patterson ran the right route on the 41-yard touchdown in which he beat All-America cornerback David Amerson. Patterson acknowledged Monday he still must improve his route running and his reading of coverages. More>>

Patterson's strong debut helps Vols beat NC State, 35-21

Cordarrelle Patterson scored two first-quarter touchdowns -- one a 41-yard catch, the second a 67-yard run -- and Tennessee beat North Carolina State 35-21 on Friday night in the opening game for both teams. More>>

Vols ready to prove themselves against NC State

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North Carolina State is looking to move to the top of the Atlantic Coast Conference. For Tennessee, the first goal for 2012 is to move out of the basement in the Southeastern Conference. More>>

Tennessee issues policy curbing resale of tickets

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Anyone with spare Tennessee football and basketball tickets won't be able to sell them in front of Neyland Stadium and Thompson-Boling Arena in the hours leading up to the games. More>>

Dooley not a fan of Vols' Friday night opener

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Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley hopes this week's Friday night opener vs. NC State is a "one-time deal" because he doesn't like taking attention away from prep football More>>

Rogers admits failed drug tests led to exit at UT

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Former Tennessee receiver Da'Rick Rogers was apologetic for mistakes made in Knoxville and gracious for the new beginning he's been offered during his first media appearance at Tennessee Tech More>>

Tennessee athletics department posts $3.98 million deficit

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Tennessee athletics has posted a $3.98 million deficit for the 2011-2012 fiscal year, and the university says that forced officials to dip into a reserve fund that now has less than $2 million. More>>

Vols turn up the noise, intensity as NC State opener nears

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The University of Tennessee football team moved practice indoors and cranked up the noise Monday as they tried its best to replicate the environment it will face in Friday's season-opener against NC State in the Georgia Dome. More>>

Raijon Neal stands atop Vols' depth chart at running back

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Now that he has won the right to open the season as Tennessee's starting tailback, Rajion Neal will try to help balance an offense that relied too heavily on its passing game last season. More>>

Vols G Reese has shoulder surgery, out 6 months

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Tennessee freshman guard Derek Reese will miss approximately six months after having surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder. More>>

Vols close camp, take 2 days off as classes start

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Tennessee wrapped up its final full practice of training camp on Monday but the end of one chapter is only the beginning of another as classes start on Wednesday. More>>

Vols prep for variety of situations in second fall scrimmage

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In the Vols' second scrimmage of fall camp, the coaches decided to throw everything they could at the team. There were some base-offense drills, two-minute drills, four-minute drills and overtime. More>>

Vols get "edgy" as Milligan experience ends; Patterson meets media

The Tennessee football team showed some attitude and toughness as it wrapped up its morning practice on the final day of training camp at Milligan College on Wednesday; plus new receiver Cordarelle Patterson met with the media for the first time. More>>

Dooley searching for stronger leadership in Vols' camp

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Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley wants his team's unity to carry over to the gridiron as the initial excitement for the start of training camp has slowly waned and the soreness from Saturday's scrimmage has quickly sunk in. More>>

Dooley upset with Vols' "lethargic" practice at Science Hill

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Although the operations portion of Tennessee's week-long road trip to Milligan College was a success, head coach Derek Dooley was not pleased with his team's effort once it hit the field for the first time outside of Knoxville. More>>

Vols hit the road to Milligan College for next week of camp

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UT players and coaches packed up a fleet of yellow school buses Thursday and departed on a week-long road trip to Milligan College, which will include the team's first fall scrimmage. More>>

Coordinators believe Vols' offense, defense are on schedule

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Defensive coordinator Sal Sunseri and offensive coordinator Jim Chaney like what they've seen so far in the first week of Tennessee's preseason camp More>>

GoVolsXtra: Bray, court reach agreement on boating case

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Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray reached an agreement in court and avoided a guilty plea this afternoon concerning a Fourth of July boating incident. More>>

Vols' Camp Notes: Installation almost complete; Ayres switches sides

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Derek Dooley says the installation phase of preseason camp is nearly complete for Tennessee football; McCallie grad Joseph Ayres is switching from defensive tackle to tight end after an injury to Mychal Rivera More>>

Dooley returns to his mantra at Vols' first full-team workout

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Derek Dooley was once again preaching his mantra of "relentless pursuit of continuous improvement" in the Vols' first full-team practice of fall camp More>>

Ex-Vol coach Bruce Pearl joins ESPN

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Former Vols coach Bruce Pearl, who is currently serving a three-year show-cause penalty from the NCAA, has been hired by ESPN as a college basketball analyst for the upcoming season More>>

Dooley: Vols set to "wow" with new facility

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Dooley led media on a tour of UT's new $45 million football complex Friday afternoon, showing off a state-of-the-art facility that promises to be one of the most impressive in the nation. More>>

Dooley addresses Bray's "silly behavior"

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Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray apologized to his teammates and will be punished internally after his involvement in a pair of vandalism incidents in the past week. More>>

Tennessee's Bray mentioned in vandalism incidents

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Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray is mentioned in police incident reports about two car vandalisms at a Knoxville apartment complex. More>>

Tennessee tired of talk, wants action in Dooley's third year

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The third-year coach said Thursday at the Southeastern Conference Media Days that he feels better about his team this season than at any point during his tenure. More>>

Trip to Italy puts Vols back on practice court

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The Tennessee Volunteers are back on the court taking advantage of NCAA rules giving them 10 practices before they take off for an exhibition tour of Italy in August. More>>

SEC reveals TV schedules for first three weeks of 2012 season

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Tennessee's rivalry game against Florida on September 15 will not be televised by CBS for the first time since the network signed a contract with the conference More>>

Report: Vols' Howard to miss preseason

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The Knoxville News-Sentinel reports highly-touted Tennessee wideout Alton Howard had surgery on his left foot Friday and will miss all of preseason camp. More>>

LSU, Bama lead All-SEC preseason coaches rosters

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Defending national champion Alabama and defending Southeastern Conference champion LSU each have 11 players on the 2012 Southeastern Conference pre-season Coaches All-SEC rosters, which where released by the league Thursday. More>>

US Olympic Swim Team practices in Knoxville

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The U.S. Olympic Swimming Team has returned to the University of Tennessee's aquatic facilities this week to train for the 2012 Olympic Games later this month in London. More>>

Vols' Rivera named to Mackey Award watch list

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The honor, which goes out annually to the top collegiate tight end, will be presented as part of the Home Depot ESPNU College Football Awards Show held on Dec. 6, 2012. More>>

UT's Bray and Rogers join UGA's Murray on Maxwell watch list

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Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray and receiver Da'Rick Rogers joined Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray in being named to the watch list for the 77th annual Maxwell Award. More>>

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    Sims starts and finishes Tide win over West Virginia 33-23

    Saturday, August 30 2014 8:27 PM EDT2014-08-31 00:27:06 GMT
    ATLANTA (AP) - Blake Sims was good enough to finish his first start at quarterback for Alabama, getting plenty of help from Amari Cooper, T.J. Yeldon and Derrick Henry, and the second-ranked Crimson Tide held off West Virginia 33-23 Saturday. Sims was 24-for-33 for 250 yards and added 42 running, playing the entire game. The fifth-year senior beat out Florida State transfer Jake Coker for the start. Tide coach Nick Saban had suggested both quarterbacks would play, but Sims never came out. Ye...More
    ATLANTA (AP) - Blake Sims was good enough to finish his first start at quarterback for Alabama, getting plenty of help from Amari Cooper, T.J. Yeldon and Derrick Henry, and the second-ranked Crimson Tide held off West Virginia 33-23 Saturday. Sims was 24-for-33 for 250 yards and added 42 running, playing the entire game. The fifth-year senior beat out Florida State transfer Jake Coker for the start. Tide coach Nick Saban had suggested both quarterbacks would play, but Sims never came out. Ye...More
  • Saban not ready to name starting QB for West Virginia opener

    Saban not ready to name starting QB for West Virginia opener

    Tuesday, August 26 2014 12:23 AM EDT2014-08-26 04:23:04 GMT
    Alabama's depth chart for their opener with West Virginia was released on Monday and both Blake Simms and Jake Coker are listed as first string quarterbacks.More
    Alabama's depth chart for their opener with West Virginia was released on Monday and both Blake Simms and Jake Coker are listed as first string quarterbacks.More
  • Tide, Tigers in AP's top 10

    Tide, Tigers in AP's top 10

    Sunday, August 17 2014 8:00 PM EDT2014-08-18 00:00:12 GMT
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Alabama and Auburn are no strangers to going into seasons ranked in the top 10 - just not at the same time. The second-ranked Crimson Tide and No. 6 Tigers shared that lofty preseason billing in the Associated Press ranking Sunday for the first time since 1995 and only the fourth time in the storied rivalry. The only other times it happened were in 1964 and 1975. Both of those involved likely the most revered coaches in the respective programs' history - Alabama's Paul...More
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Alabama and Auburn are no strangers to going into seasons ranked in the top 10 - just not at the same time. The second-ranked Crimson Tide and No. 6 Tigers shared that lofty preseason billing in the Associated Press ranking Sunday for the first time since 1995 and only the fourth time in the storied rivalry. The only other times it happened were in 1964 and 1975. Both of those involved likely the most revered coaches in the respective programs' history - Alabama's Paul...More
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