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.
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 [...]
When Tennessee’s signing class of 32 players entered the 2014 season there was no doubt that most of them would be thrown into the mix early. No one ever imagined that two freshmen will start at middle linebacker and free safety in what has become the Vols’ biggest game of the year against Missouri Saturday [...]
This weekend, Team 118 welcomes the Missouri Tigers for their final game of the 2014 season in Neyland Stadium. Sitting currently at a 5-5 record, the Vols hope to grab a win on Saturday that would make them bowl eligible for the first time since 2010.
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 [...]
In this week’s Triple Play, Danielle Whaley, Nathan Odom and Andrew Robinson discuss Tennessee Volunteer athletics, NFL and other sports scores and news.
Tennessee has found its quarterback, and that is bad news for the rest of the SEC East.
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