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Former Tennessee Vols player Ovince St. Preux in main event of UFC Fight Night in Japan

Former University of Tennessee football player Ovince St. Preux is returning to the Octagon on Friday to take on Yushin Okami in the main event of UFC Fight Night in Saitama, Japan. 211 more words

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Tennessee Vols football vs. UMass: 5 things to know

Non-conference lately means no contest

Tennessee has won 10 in a row against non-conference opponents, dating back to a 31-24 double-overtime loss to then-No. 19 Oklahoma on Sept. 362 more words

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Tennessee Vols: 1967 team beat Alabama, won SEC title, Litkenhous national title

When Doug Dickey was announced as Tennessee’s new football coach on Dec. 2, 1963, he signed a four-year deal at $16,000 per year. Dickey offered media members a cogent assessment of the challenge he faced in his first collegiate head coaching assignment. 686 more words

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Former Tennessee Vols fullback Paul Careathers dies at 64

Paul Careathers, a Tennessee fullback and three-year letter winner from 1972-74, died Sept. 4 in Chattanooga. He was 64.

Careathers, a member of coach Bill Battle’s 1971 recruiting class that included Condredge Holloway, Neil and Phil Clabo, Tim Fitzpatrick, Dan Fletcher, Sammy Hair, Robert Pulliam, Gary Rankin, Ricky Townsend, Hank Walter, Jim Watts, Ronnie Wheeler, and John Yarbrough, came to Knoxville from Lafayette, Ga., where he played for coach Ralph Williams. 373 more words

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Albert Haynesworth Accuses Ex-Tennessee Basketball Player of Domestic Abuse

Albert Haynesworth claims he’s the victim of domestic violence according to TMZ. Haynesworth and ex-girlfriend Brittany Jackson are apparently going through a messy breakup with Jackson accusing Haynesworth of skipping child support payments. 144 more words


Greatest Hail Marys in Football History

by Rob Joyce

The first three quarters of Saturday’s Florida vs. Tennessee matchup in Gainesville wasn’t most people’s idea of “good football”. It was 3-0 after one quarter, and 6-3 through both halftime and the third. 515 more words