Today’s Vols link roundup includes a new treatment of an old issue and a host of quick hits.
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An update on the quarterback battle, a happy pack of Wolfs, a host of quick hits, and a video roundup, all in today’s Vols link roundup.
Football Hey, y’all. We’re under three weeks to football: https://twitter.com/Vol_Football/status/897442767768506368 GoVols247 has slideshows predicting the Vols’ offensive and defensive depth charts. Their projected starters aren’t much different than ours, except that 247 has Marquez Callaway starting instead of Tyler Byrd, Jack Jones starting instead of Coleman Thomas (because he’s the […]
An anonymous NFL scout insults Ethan Wolf from the shadows, Chick-fil-A is sold out, Will Ignont impresses, Hoke’s focused on the run, another OL is out, and Dobbs starts for the Steelers. This is today’s roundup.
If you’re a Vols fan and not yet a fan of Track and Field, you’d better get on the bandwagon pronto before the thing fills up. VFL Justin Gatlin just won the 100 meter in the IAAF World Track and Field Championships in London, and VFL Christian Coleman came in […]
Play with intentness, speed, and personality, and just go out there and be like Peyton Manning, okay? This and more in today’s Vols link roundup.
With a mere two weeks to the beginning of fall practice, football is in the air.
With two weeks to football, we’re feeling good about talent, worrying about quarterbacks, and wishing good things for monsters. This and more in today’s link roundup.
Players weigh in on the positivity question, the Jajuan Jennings hype builds, and Peyton Manning continues to entertain. This and more in today’s Vols link roundup.
A crowd of 1,011 attended the Big Orange Caravan in the Tri Cities Tuesday evening, making it the highest-attended stop for the Caravan this season.