Tennessee Volunteers Have Several Quarterback Options


In 2013, the Tennessee Volunteers showed some signs of big things to come under new head coach Butch Jones. However, there was one glaring spot that needed vast improvement, and it still does. The Volunteers began spring practice with virtually […]

Tennessee Volunteers Must Deal with Arrest of LB A.J. Johnson

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Following what was a monumentally successful recruiting cycle on National Signing Day, the Tennessee Volunteers are having to deal with some bad news this weekend. Two Vols players, including senior linebacker A.J. Johnson, were arrested in Knoxville for alcohol-related charges […]

Early Playing Time Is Key To The Tennessee Volunteers’ Signing Class

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If the fax machine in Butch Jones‘ office was a paid employee, it would be getting overtime when the paychecks are handed out this week. In an conference-leading haul of 31 signees, the Tennessee Volunteers will certainly have a new look when the 2014 […]

Tennessee Volunteers Hoping for Big Things from 2014 Recruiting Class


The Tennessee Volunteers did not have a great season in 2013, posting a 5-7 record overall, including just a 2-6 mark in the Southeastern Conference. That was not how Butch Jones hoped his experience in Knoxville would start. However, as […]

Josh Malone, Charles Mosley To Put Final Touches on Tennessee Volunteers’ Recruiting Class

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Butch Jones wrapped up his first regular season at Tennessee to finish 5-7 with the Volunteers, and the end to his first recruiting class could happen by Friday with the likely additions of Josh Malone and Charles Mosley. Malone, (Gallatin, […]

Tennessee Volunteers: Judgment on the Season Hangs on Vanderbilt Game

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Let’s hold off on judging the Tennessee Volunteers’ football program till the result of the Vanderbilt game. Head Coach Butch Jones has been chanting brick by brick like a mantra this season, but has it actually paid off? The turbulence of this season has put a […]

Tennessee Volunteers Face Must Win on Saturday


The Tennessee Volunteers face two must-win games if they hope to reach their goal of making it to the postseason. It won’t be easy for the Vols, who have lost three straight games heading into Saturday’s contest against the Vanderbilt […]

SEC East Headlines: Week 11

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Auburn Tigers Football: Nick Marshall Makes Tennessee Volunteers’ Defense Quit

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Auburn imposed their collective will on Tennessee so much that the Tigers could have won in Neyland Stadium without even attempting a single pass. Auburn dominated the line of scrimmage and made the Vols’ defense effectively quit late in the […]

Can Tennessee Spring Trap On Auburn Prior To Iron Bowl Showdown?

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A surprisingly good Auburn team travels to Rocky Top to take on an improved Tennessee squad on Saturday. Sporting new coaches on both sidelines, this game could be surprisingly entertaining depending on which Tennessee team decides to show up. The […]

College Football’s Top 5 Most Overpaid Head Coaches

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Tennessee Volunteers: Why Maurice Couch’s Permanent Ineligibility is Unjust

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Everyone remembers the report that came out on Yahoo! Sports in early September detailing benefits given to five SEC players, including former Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray, former Mississippi State defensive tackle Fletcher Cox, former Mississippi State receiver Chad Bumphis, former Alabama defensive tackle D.J. Fluker and the only current college player, Tennessee defensive lineman Maurice Couch. […]