A brief summary of Vols coaching candidate Dan Mullen’s coaching experience and why Tennessee might (and might not) want him to be its next head coach.
Author: Brad Shepard
A brief summary of Vols coaching candidate Scott Frost’s coaching experience and why Tennessee might (and might not) want him to be its next head coach.
A brief summary of Jon Gruden’s coaching experience and why the Tennessee Volunteers might (and might not) want him to be their next head football coach.
The Knoxville nightmare is over. Following Missouri’s 50-17 domination of Tennessee on Saturday night, athletic director John Currie has fired fifth-year head coach Butch Jones, according to multiple reports. FOXSports’ Bruce Feldman was the first to report Jones notified his staff this morning. The ouster is effective immediately, and defensive […]
Admiral Schofield looks like a linebacker on the basketball court; in Friday night’s 88-53 season-opening win over Presbyterian, he played like one, barreling with reckless abandon over, around and through Blue Hose. John Fulkerson’s slam dunks (and even missed tomahawk) were thrown down with a little more anger. Ahead […]
Man, it sure is a good thing the Locks & Keys were out of town last weekend. Because while the Vols may have (finally) won, we sure didn’t when it came to predicting games. Better to keep that debauchery out of the public eye. All we need to know […]
None of Tennessee’s off-field drama carried over between the lines in Saturday night’s 24-10 homecoming win over Southern Mississippi. So much for the #EmptyNeyland campaign, too. There were more than 95,000 people in Neyland Stadium to watch the Vols beat the Mustard Buzzards, er, Golden Eagles. Yes, it was […]
Jarrett Guarantano grimaced in pain, trotting onto the field after a Kentucky timeout set up the final play of the game. He took the snap, unleashed a bomb downfield that was caught by senior receiver Jeff George. Three yards short. On a Hail Mary that was supposed to be caught […]
It has been 14 quarters since Tennessee’s offense crossed the goal line. That was more than a month ago in a narrow win over UMass that marks the last time this Vols team won a football game. Now, Tennessee has released a statement this week that its only offensive […]
Remember when there was such a thing as Tennessee Pride? Now, it’s just sausage. Our hopes have been ground up yet again. We were reduced to hoping for moral victories against Alabama, just wanting the Vols to cover the spread. Or, in some extreme cases, wanting a lopsided margin […]