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Join us as we welcome Jeff Jarnigan on August 10th at Ladies of Charity

Thank you to the Ladies of Charity, 120 Baxter Ave. who host our meeting and bring a wonderful breakfast to the table on August 10th at 7:45 am. 113 more words

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Tennessee could be just as good in postseason as regular season

An underdog will need a rewrite when Tennessee begins postseason play this week.

If the regular season had fallen in line with most preseason predictions, the Vols would be playing Wednesday night in the first round of the SEC basketball tournament. 643 more words

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UT Vols need more than crane to make transition from Butch Jones to Jeremy Pruitt

As you might have heard, football is a tough sport. And it’s even tougher during a coaching transition.

Tennessee players will find out as much next month when they… 647 more words

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Memphis, UT Vols football attendance drops per game; Vanderbilt up slightly

Memphis and Tennessee both experienced a decline in their per-game home attendance numbers last season, according to figures released by the NCAA.

Memphis had a 2.8 percent decrease in per-game attendance from 2016 to 2017 (37,346 in 2016 for seven home games to 36,302 in eight home games). 522 more words

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UT Vols echo Rick Barnes about playing championship-level basketball

Kyle Alexander and Admiral Schofield both offered a slightly surprising comment in the wake of Tennessee basketball’s loss Saturday at Georgia.

“We are playing for a championship,” the pair of juniors matter-of-factly stated. 730 more words

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UT Vols basketball still projected as No. 4 seed in NCAA tournament bracketology

Tennessee basketball remained steady as a No. 4 seed in Monday’s updated bracketology.

Three major projections still have the Vols as the No. 4-seeded team playing the first weekend of the NCAA tournament in Boise, Idaho. 274 more words

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Tennessee baseball drops season opener to Maryland

Life beyond baseball made an impact on Benito Santiago this week.

Tennessee’s 4-0 season-opening loss to Maryland Friday night was frustrating for the senior catcher. But tragedy in a close proximity to his hometown of Pembroke Pines, Fla., snatched his attention. 637 more words

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