Phil Steele’s 2016 list of starts lost to injury and 10 years of data puts Tennessee in a group of 17 teams poised to do as well or better this fall than last.
Author: Joel Hollingsworth
We looked at Georgia Tech’s season-openers, bowl games, and regular season losses under Paul Johnson to determine whether Vols fans should be worried about opening the season against the Yellow Jackets.
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 […]
Former Tennessee Volunteer track and field phenom Christian Coleman beat the fastest man alive in the semi-final of the World Championships this afternoon in London. The final is this afternoon at 4:45 Eastern on NBC. Here’s the video: What it looks like when #VFL @__coleman beats the fastest man alive. Can’t […]
You never want to see things like Chance Hall’s injury, but at least the offensive line is deep and talented enough to be able to allow him a redshirt year to recover.
On yesterday’s appearance on WNML’s Sports 180 with Josh & Will, @will-shelton weighed in on the most important unit for the Vols this season and whether Vols fans should be concerned about the lack of experience in the wide receivers unit. He also made his picks for the Vols’ breakout […]
In case you weren’t aware of this, @will-shelton is on with WNML’s Josh Ward and Will West every Friday afternoon. Check out this episode to hear him explain why he feels like we’ve talked about the 2016 season longer than almost any other.
The Tennessee Vols Injury Uh-Oh Index surveys the chess board and determines which defensive guys have to stay healthy this season.
Tennessee receiver Jajuan Jennings attacks things. Things like defenses, defenders, Jalen Tabors, and now, inanimate objects like juggs machines: Jauan Jennings is the only #Vols receiver who openly mocks the juggs machine and walks straight at it. pic.twitter.com/lXefADbYPY — Jesse Simonton (@JesseReSimonton) August 1, 2017
3-star linebacker Matthew Flint’s commitment gives the Vols 19 so far in the 2018 class.