We take a final look at the huge game this weekend between the Tennessee Volunteers and the Georgia Bulldogs.
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Addressing that press conference yesterday, and moving on to actual reasons to be excited about Tennessee playing Georgia this week.
Rocky Top stops fretting about the running backs, turns its attention to Florida, and counts its Indiana State blessings. This and more in today’s Vols link roundup.
We wish Darrin Kirkland and the team a speedy recovery, wonder who’s going to play Monday night against Georgia Tech, and extend our gratitude to Lee Corso. This and more in today’s Vols link roundup.
We’re five days away, and the options at quarterback for the Chick-fil-A Kickoff have been narrowed down all the way to six people. Also, everyone has an opinion on the outcome, but nobody’s putting any money on it. This and more in today’s Vols link roundup.
Bracing for an extra dose of Maxim 1 the next 10 days, finding more hope in the secondary, and more in today’s Vols link roundup.
In today’s link roundup, we take a closer look at the four Vols on the preseason Coaches All-SEC Team, pin our hopes on Charlton Warren, hope that Josh Smith is back for Florida, and more.
In today’s Vols link roundup, we’re tapping the brakes on expectations for the offensive line, looking objectively at the third consecutive preseason Top 25 for the Vols, and noting that nobody knows what to think about Tennessee this season.
We’re starting up the Josh Palmer Fan Club, hoping for a healthy Darrin Kirkland Jr., and opening gifts from SB Nation, all in this morning’s Vols’ link roundup.
In today’s Vols link roundup, we wonder whether playing Georgia Tech is a good idea, celebrate with Shawn Shamburger, and catch up with Mike Gundy, who’s reportedly no longer 40.