UT’s Board of Trustees student representative resigned from his position on Friday, Nov. 21.
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 [...]
The Vols survived a feisty Texas Southern squad to win their first game of the season and their home opener, 70-58. The Vols started off horrendously on both sides of the floor. They couldn’t get good looks from anywhere on the court, they weren’t taking care of the ball, and could not guard Texas Southern’s [...]
After reeling off wins in back-to-back games, Tennessee is in a position to make a run at fourth or a tie for third in the SEC East.
In this week’s Triple Play, Danielle Whaley, Nathan Odom and Andrew Robinson discuss Tennessee Volunteer athletics, NFL and other sports scores and news.
Justin Andrew, a junior at the University of Tennessee and producer and DJ under the alias False Panic, will be performing at The Bowery in the Old City on Saturday, Nov. 22.
The National Day of Remembrance and Roll Call took place in Circle Park on Veteran’s Day to honor the 141 fallen veterans and 6,830 servicemen and women who have lost their lives since Sept. 11, 2001.
In this week’s Triple Play, Danielle Whaley, Alex Skidmore, and Rico Mckinney discuss Tennessee Volunteer athletics, NFL and other sports scores and news.
Former defensive end / linebacker Ovince Saint Preux made the most of his unique circumstances in the main event. Saint Preux defeated Mauricio “Shogun” Rau Saturday in Uberlandia, Brazil in the Light Heavyweight division for UFC Fight Night 56. He finished him off in only 34 seconds.
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