Tennessee returned home Saturday to take on the Auburn Tigers and ex-Vols coach Bruce Pearl. The Vols were looking to avoid a 3-game skid and they were able to slide past the Tigers 71-63.
Bruce Pearl will return to Thompson-Boling Arena Saturday for the first time since he was fired by Tennessee in March 2011 due to NCAA recruiting violations. Pearl’s new team, the Auburn Tigers will take on Donnie Tyndall and the Vols.
Tennessee took to the road Tuesday night for a rematch against a hungry Arkansas team that wanted revenge for the loss they suffered just two weeks ago.They got their revenge as the Vols lost 64-69.
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.
Number five Lady Vols (16-3,6-0 SEC) beat LSU (10-9, 4-3 SEC) 75-58 on Thursday night at Thompson Boling Arena led by Senior Isabelle Harrison’s season high of 25 points.
This week on Rocky Topics, Cody McClure and Nathan Odom debate whether Tennessee’s men’s basketball team will make the NCAA tournament. The Vols are currently 2nd in the SEC standings with an 11-5, 3-1 record.
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.
In this week’s Triple Play, Danielle Whaley and Sam Forman discuss Tennessee Volunteer athletics, NFL, and other sports scores and news.
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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