A study conducted bi-annually for 20 years shows that the homelessness rate in Knoxville has been steadily increasing since the early 1980s, according to data compilations collected by Dr. Roger Nooe, the director of social services for the Knox County Public Defender’s Office.
A&M beat the Vols both times they played last year when they were a team that Tennessee expected to beat handily. Once again, Tennessee wasn’t able to defeat A&M on their home floor as the Aggies left town with a 67-61 victory.
Tennessee offensive coordinator Mike Bajakian is leaving the Vols to “pursue other coaching opportunities.” The news was originally reported by Bruce Feldman of FOX Sports, who cited multiple sources Thursday morning.
The Tennessee Volunteers took down #19 Arkansas 74-69 in a battle that lasted all the way down to the final horn.
Alabama stifled Tennessee’s offense in Coach Tyndall’s first SEC home game, defeating the Vols by 18 points.
The Tennessee Volunteers erased a nine-point halftime deficit to upset No. 15 Butler and gained their first win over a ranked opponent since 2013.
In their first home game since the Orlando Classic Tournament, the Vols narrowly defeated a feisty Kansas State squad.
In this week’s Triple Play, Danielle Whaley and Colby Deering wrap up the semester by discussing Tennessee Volunteer athletics, NFL, and other sports scores and news.
Protesters in Knoxville took to the streets on Tuesday, Nov. 25, and marched in solidarity with the nation after a grand jury decided not to indict Officer Daren Wilson for the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
Saturday proves to be the most important day of the year for the Tennessee football team. It is the day that could send them to a bowl game for the first time in four years. The Vols face a Missouri team that has just as much on the line. If Mizzou wins, they clinch the [...]
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