In this week’s Triple Play, Danielle Whaley, Henry Koch and Mason Taylor discuss NCAA basketball, UT softball and baseball, MLB, NHL and the Masters.
This week on Rocky Topics, Nathan Odom and Cody McClure discuss two football players that have a lot to prove for Tennessee in 2015.
In this week’s Triple Play, Danielle Whaley and Sam Forman discuss Tennessee’s newest basketball hire, NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournament, Lady Vols softball, Vols baseball and MLB Opening Day.
When Tennessee (14-14, 4-8 SEC) traveled to Oxford for a three-game series with the Ole Miss Rebels (16-16, 5-7 SEC), head coach Dave Serrano knew his team needed a series win or two to build confidence towards the end of the season. The Vols potentially nabbed one of those jump-starting series by taking two of three from Ole Miss in Oxford over the weekend.
Coach Rick Barnes was greeted by a standing ovation by media and faculty as he made his way into Pratt Pavilion Tuesday afternoon. It seems like the Tennessee men’s basketball program may be well on its way to the stability it has longed years for.
In this week’s Triple Play, Danielle Whaley, Henry Koch, and Mason Taylor discuss the Tennessee men’s basketball coaching search, the men’s and women’s NCAA tournaments, Vols baseball and Lady Vols softball.
Tennessee starting offensive lineman Coleman Thomas was arrested Wednesday on a felony theft charge.
In this week’s Triple Play, Danielle Whaley discusses the NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments, Vols baseball and Lady Vols softball.
Tennessee fell at the hands of the Arkansas Razorbacks on Friday in the SEC tournament. Their season is likely finished.
Tennessee trailed Vanderbilt 59-47 with just over six minutes remaining in Thursday’s SEC tournament game. With a slew of three-pointers, the Vols finished the game on a 20-2 run, defeating Vanderbilt 67-61.
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