Somebody says coach Pruitt is better at defense than Nick Saban, nobody dares disagree with Albert Haynesworth, and former players adore Phillip Fulmer. All this and more in today’s Vols news roundup.
Author: Joel Hollingsworth
Tennessee looked in control most of the way, lost for a period, and then like a team that knows how to finish in a 67-62 win over Vandy.
We’re feeling good about basketball, coach Pruitt is out wooing 5-star recruits with black bags full of magic, Phillip Fulmer holds the horses on Jauan Jennings, and Nick Saban takes a page out of the Butch Jones playbook. This and more in today’s Vols news roundup.
A roundup of the latest news for Tennessee Volunteers sports.
Quinten Dormady has announced that he’s elected to go the graduate transfer route and will play somewhere else next fall.
Hoops If you haven’t ever watched a Rick Barnes press conference, you really should take the time to do it. He’s super casual, funny, insightful, and refreshingly open and honest about everything. Here’s a taste: Speaking of refreshing, check out Admiral Schofield’s interview with the SEC Network after the A&M […]
Tennessee beats the back-to-full-strength Aggies 75-62 with a team effort.
Early this morning, reports surfaced that Tennessee senior safety Todd Kelly Jr. had been hospitalized for some unspecified injury. The injuries were reportedly not serious. Kelly posted this tweet at 10:18 this morning: Thanks for the prayers, God can do anything! Appreciate the love and support. 🙏🏾 — Todd Kelly […]
Based on some educated guesses, it appears that Tennessee is okay on nose tackles, but short on ideally-sized defensive ends.
With National Signing Day just under a month away, what kinds of players will Jeremy Pruitt be looking for to fit his favored schemes?