The University of Tennessee Vols football team traveled to Athens, Ga., to face the Bulldogs on Saturday, Sept. 27th.
The SEC East is mercurial; the SEC West is stacked, and no one really has any idea what to expect on Saturdays anymore.
In this week’s Triple Play, Danielle Whaley, Nathan Odom and Colby Deering discuss Tennessee Volunteer football, SEC football, NFL, MLB and other sports scores and news.
There is no doubt what type of game the Georgia Bulldogs and Mark Richt want to play on Saturday against the Vols. The Dawgs are going to do what they do best and that’s run. The Bulldogs have rushed for 912 yards on 118 carries so far this season with a 7.7 average rushing yards [...]
If the Vols are going to win on Saturday, they must win the war on the ground.
The Tennessee Volunteers come off an open week to travel to Athens to compete against a dangerous Georgia team.
The Lady Vols volleyball team has had an up and down year so far this season. With a 10- game road schedule to start the season they hoped to find some consistency when they returned home to Rocky Top this weekend. The Lady Vols played host to Memphis, Mercer, Austin Peay, and Montana St. in the [...]
Vols get an “A” for effort; “F” for offensive line.
There hasn’t been a matchup between the Tennessee Vols and the Oklahoma Sooners since the birth of Butch Jones. The game took place in Norman, Ok., with the Vols coming fresh off a winning season against Utah State and Arkansas State as well as Oklahoma coming in with a 2-0 season against Louisiana Tech and [...]
The Tennessee women’s soccer team lost a close game, 2-1, to #2 Virginia in the Lady Vols’ first matchup of the Virginia Nike Soccer Classic on Friday.
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