Vols get an “A” for effort; “F” for offensive line.
Tennessee was scheduled another mid-major level team in Arkansas State Saturday. There were a lot of positives coming from Tennessee’s week 1 victory over Utah State, but weaknesses were evident especially along the offensive line, so Butch Jones knew he couldn’t take this game lightly.
No one is giving the Arkansas State Red Wolves any chance to win the game Saturday; if you look closer at the numbers, the Vols are looking more like the underdogs.
The freshman revolution hasn’t started yet for the Tennessee Volunteers, just ask A.J. Johnson and Cameron Sutton.
Don’t tell Cam Sutton he was a three-star recruit. We have now seen what he does to people who doubt him.
Here’s five things to check out this week around UT and Knoxville.
It may have been Josh Malone’s first game in Neyland Stadium, but he played as if he was a seasoned veteran. The 5-star receiver hauled in six receptions for 181 yards and 3 touchdowns and looked as if he was going to be the lead receiver for the Vols this upcoming season. Malone was able [...]
The University of Tennessee held it’s NFL Pro Day this morning at the Robert White Indoor Practice field in the Anderson Training Center. Scouts from all 32 NFL teams were in attendance to see what skills the Vols had to offer for the next level this year. Most attention was on the offensive lineman, as [...]
Last Wednesday, the University of Tennessee completed its 2014 football signing class. The Vols added 34 total prospects to this year’s upcoming squad. Referred to as “Team 118” by Coach Butch Jones, this year’s team definitely had some holes to fill, coming off a lackluster 5-7 season. Most of its needs were met with the [...]
Recently, Peyton Manning helped guide the Denver Broncos to the AFC divisional championship. Shortly after, Manning announced that he will likely return for the 2014 football season, a decision that left much of Vol Nation in sheer joy. The legendary quarterback and former Tennessee Volunteer is currently in New Jersey, prepping for his third Super [...]
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