In light of the upcoming challenge the Tennessee football team faces in Norman on Saturday, here are the five offensive ‘musts’ Tennessee has to do in order to have any chance of upsetting number four Oklahoma on Saturday.
Here is how the Vols stacked up after taking down the Arkansas State Red Wolves with a 34-19 win.
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.
After months of recruiting and practices, it is football time in Tennessee.
TNJN Sports Editor Will Lomas offers insight on the Tennessee Vols depth chart.
The Tennessee Titans lost key players on both sides of the ball so far this off-season. Chris Johnson was picked up by the New York Jets after being released by Tennessee. David “Big Country” Stewart was released as well, and Alterraun Verner picked up an offer from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Titans new picks [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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