Tennessee is capable of winning in so many different ways, it’s hard to create a formula for their success. Last year assists were the go-to stat: the only way the Vols were getting good offense was through good ball movement, and if that didn’t happen they didn’t defend well enough […]
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.
As we noted in the weekend preview, the Vols were set to welcome an interesting set of visitors to the Hill this past weekend. As we also discussed, many of Tennessee’s top targets were on official visits elsewhere. Schools UT is fighting with for certain prospects saw action as well, […]
A roundup of the latest news for Tennessee Volunteers sports.
Here’s a point we would have made if the Vols lost today: Tennessee’s next three SEC games are at home against the only three teams in the league with an RPI of 100+ (Vanderbilt, LSU, Ole Miss). Thrown in for fun is a road trip to Ames, Iowa to face […]
Three days ago, Jordan Young was a barely-known, unranked wide receiver who was toiling in obscurity in broad daylight. At 6’2″, 185 pounds, he certainly had the size, played in the Atlanta suburb of Conyers, Georgia, scored 17 touchdowns as a senior for Heritage High School and also was […]
The Vols dropped a tough one at Missouri, where holding the Tigers without a field goal for the last 6:47 wasn’t quite enough to overcome 24% from the arc and 62% from the free throw line. Tennessee goes to 12-5 (3-3), but a road loss to a quality team like […]
After a very successful first official visit weekend after the dead period, Tennessee is set to open its doors again this weekend to an eclectic set of visitors. At the same time, many of the Volunteers’ top targets will be officially visiting elsewhere, so there will be tons to follow: […]
Somewhere in dreams, Bruce Pearl still wears an orange blazer and the Vols never missed an NCAA Tournament. Perhaps a little further west in dreams, Rick Barnes still wears that other shade of orange and his teams kept finding their way into the tournament’s second weekend. The nearly-impossible task put […]
Quinten Dormady has announced that he’s elected to go the graduate transfer route and will play somewhere else next fall.