You’d think we’ve gotten to the point where a Tennessee head coach search wouldn’t be a disaster zone. Over the last decade, maybe people would’ve learned something from the litany of past mistakes. It’s been a decade, hasn’t it? From the Clawfense to shirtless chain pictures to Coach O recruiting […]
Month: November 2017
Hope is valuable. The Powers That Be at Tennessee haven’t given us much reason to believe they will make a good decision in this situation. Not only were they completely out of touch in almost hiring Greg Schiano, they believed Schiano was a more valuable candidate than Mike Gundy, Jeff […]
This preview brought to you by, “I can’t just keep refreshing the message boards.” Tennessee had a good enough week in the Bahamas to enter the also receiving votes portion of both polls: 34th in the AP, 46th in the Coaches’, plus 34th in KenPom. The Vols are also 34th […]
Last Sunday, the voice of the common fan rivaled that of big money boosters, and yet only the common fans are getting criticized for having too much influence.
The relationship between Tennessee’s decision makers and Tennessee’s fan base is at an all-time low, at a moment when Tennessee’s football program just concluded its all-time worst season. Things are bad. How can Tennessee make them better? We’ll get to how a good hire would help in a minute. But […]
Today will go down in college football history, and the narrative will not be kind to Tennessee fans following a social-media frenzy that included state legislators, prominent boosters, former players and some media members who demanded the university not hire Ohio State defensive coordinator Greg Schiano as UT’s next […]
Jimmy Hyams is reporting that the press conference scheduled for this evening to announce Greg Schiano as Tennessee’s next head coach has been canceled.
Tennessee and Greg Schiano are reportedly in end stage contract talks for the Ohio State defensive coordinator to become the next coach in Knoxville. It may be finalized by the time I finish typing this post. Schiano’s name came up here and there in this search, but no one’s name […]
With Texas A&M and Arkansas both firing their coaches this weekend, there are now two more vacancies in the SEC and two more candidates in the pool.
Initial reaction to unofficial Schiano report includes a decommit and attention from state representatives
The initial reaction to an unofficial report that Greg Schiano will be Tennessee’s next head coach has been swift and strong.