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Tennessee's offensive line paved way for 'Miracle at South Bend'

“I was afraid to look,” said Tennessee lineman Patrick Lenoir. “Notre Dame is supposed to make a 25-yard field goal at Notre Dame. I think I could have made a 25-yarder.” 254 more words

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It's a big deal for ETSU to host Lady Vols

Tennessee’s visit to East Tennessee State for a women’s basketball game serves a larger purpose than the actual competition.

The schools’ meeting for a 7 p.m. 579 more words

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The Third Saturday in October is upon us, let the hate begin

Tennessee hate week is upon us. The rivalry between Alabama and Tennessee may have lost some of its luster nationally due to the recent run of dominance by Alabama, but Tennessee will forever hold a special place of hate in the hearts of Tide fans and that’s how Bear Bryant would want it. 155 more words


Tennessee will have a couple legends in College Station for game against Aggies

Tennessee is going to need all the help it can get today against Texas A&M because not only are the Vols playing in College Station, but are doing it without four of their best players in Jalen Hurd, Cam Sutton, Jalen Reeves-Maybin and Darrin Kirkland Jr. 97 more words


Best friends Kevin Steele & John Chavis set to meet Saturday

AUBURN — Kevin Steele would be the first person to say that he’s been around the coaching business so long he’s bound to develop a friendship or two. 843 more words

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This surprise team took home the "award" for most criminal activity in the past year

The 2016 Fulmer Cup has been awarded!

The parody award — which started in 2006 and named after former Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer — is given to the team that records the most criminal activity over the past calendar year. 204 more words


Appalachian State has No. 10 Tennessee's attention

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — On Sept. 1, 2007, Tennessee and coach Phillip Fulmer had a bad day. The Vols lost 45-31 at California. Butch Jones had a worse day. 597 more words

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