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‘Vol For Life’ takes on life of its own

KNOXVILLE — The question is the most basic one that can be asked to Antone Davis. What exactly is a Vol For Life?

Davis, who has been Tennessee football’s Vol For Life coordinator since 2012, knows the answer better than anyone. 180 more words

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SEC football transfers change the game

KNOXVILLE — The recruitment of transfers isn’t what it used to be in SEC football. The rewards now seem to outweigh the risks.

It’s still a mix of hits and misses. 173 more words

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Recent Vols teams turn 2-3 starts into bowl games

KNOXVILLE — This year’s Vols are the 13th team in program history to begin a season with a 2-3 record.

If history is any indication, such a disappointing start can still be salvaged. 558 more words

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Tennessee's Butch Jones should coach with common sense, not off a card

He wins on National Signing Day, he wins with boosters, he wins Monday through Friday.

But until Butch Jones wins big on Saturday, he looks like just another in an inexplicable line of men addicted to losing football games at the University of Tennessee. 842 more words

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Tennessee's Butch Jones should coach with common sense, not off a card

He wins on National Signing Day, he wins with boosters, he wins Monday through Friday.

But until Butch Jones wins big on Saturday, he looks like just another in an inexplicable line of men addicted to losing football games at the University of Tennessee. 694 more words

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Dobbs undeterred by UT's history at The Swamp

With a major in aerospace engineering, Josh Dobbs’ class schedule is heavy on mathematics, physics and engineering courses.

There’s not much room for history classes. 836 more words

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For Vols, offensive line holds key

In the past, Tennessee’s football program sometimes referred to itself as Wide Receiver U.

With good reason. From Willie Gault to Tim McGee to Carl Pickens to Robert Meachem, the wide receiver position was stocked with stars for decades. 694 more words

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