The Tennessee Volunteers will roll into Williams-Brice Stadium, Columbia, S.C., for another night game on the SEC Network. The Vols come in with a 3-5 record, and the Gamecocks are not far ahead at 4-4.
In this week’s Triple Play, Danielle Whaley, David Wilson and Sam Forman discuss Tennessee Volunteers football, SEC football, NFL, MLB and other sports scores and news.
The Vols may have lost the game Saturday night, but they may have found the secret to a bowl appearance: Joshua Dobbs.
Wine production could decrease by 80 percent by the turn of the century, said Jack D. Fellows, Ph.D, director of the Climate Change Science Institute at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. “He [Mark Hertsgaard] looks at the vulnerability of the global wine industry— that’s a $50 billion industry. Higher temperatures actually increase alcohol content in grapes, [...]
The Tennessee offensive line is in shambles, but they should get a boost from a player they thought was done for the season six weeks ago. Jacob Gilliam entered the season with the expectation that he would anchor an offensive line that lost all five starters. Gilliam, a red-shirt senior, was going to add experience [...]
University of Tennessee students participated in the Beat Bama Car Bash on Friday in Presidential Court where they beat up a car to benefit Habitat for Humanity.
In this week’s Triple Play, Danielle Whaley, Nathan Odom, and Andrew Robinson discuss Tennessee Volunteers football, SEC football, NFL, MLB and other sports scores and news.
What started as a JEM 230 blog for sophomore and Journalism and Electronic Media major Caroline Knight shortly turned into much more when the page got the attention of University of Tennessee students.
It’s Sustainability Week at the University of Tennessee. Here’s some events to check out that may give guidance on the environment and what you can do to make it better.
The Vols found out the hard way that you don’t go on the road against the No. 3 Ole Miss Rebels without a great offensive gameplan.
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