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Beneath all the talk, the rivalry, and the unique circumstances surrounding this year’s Tennessee-Florida game, this is the most important fact: for the fourth year in a row, the Vols have the better team. The better team doesn’t always win. In 2014 the Vols kept Florida’s offense at bay all […]
It’s time for this week’s Locks & Keys, and it’s FLORIDA WEEK!!! Though that may not mean as much to you as it used to, it should. This is still a big game, and though Georgia may be the beast of the East this year, the Vols must win […]
We’ve spent a good couple of weeks now evaluating Team 121, and most of our angst has been in the form of fretting over the various warts of the Vols’ defense. We probably won’t know for a few weeks still whether the run defense actually hasn’t improved from last […]
On this week’s podcast, the Gameday on Rocky Top guys talk Vols-Gators, give in to a small diversion relating to social media and fan psyche, and provide a few minutes of unintended bonus coverage.
Here’s the Week 3 college football TV schedule curated just for Vols fans, along with a helpful rooting guide and suggestions on how to watch the games that matter.
The annual matchup between the Tennessee Vols and the Florida Gators is one of the reasons we’re Vols fans.
It’s going to take some time for the Vols’ defense to cover up the bruise to their stats they received courtesy of Georgia Tech, and the offense has work to do as well despite doing a pretty good job of putting points on the board.
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’ve now seen the Vols in two games and most of their opponents in two as well. Has any of that changed how we feel about the season?