We’ll have more on the various position groups in Tennessee’s 2020 class in the coming days, but below are some high level thoughts: Early Signing Day has de factor become THE signing day, and Coach Jeremy Pruitt and staff made sure they locked up all of their commitments (sans OL […]
What are we most concerned about? Lamonte Turner’s shoulder is an issue that may not go away. I hate that for him most of all; via KenPom, Turner shot 45.2% in conference play from the arc in 2018, second-best in the SEC. Then he shot 61% from inside the arc […]
“It only hurts because it’s Memphis.” I’m stealing that line from old friend of the blog Chris Pendley, and it’s true. If the Vols shot 4-of-26 from three in just about any other game and still almost win, you shrug your shoulders and move on to the next one. If […]
Here’s the four factors preview of Tennessee’s game against the Cincinnati Bearcats.
The biggest thing I thought Memphis could do to hurt Tennessee was get the Vols in foul trouble, which they absolutely did in the first half. Fortunately, Tennessee got big minutes from Drew Pember and a hot start from Josiah James. Memphis turned it over 11 times in the first […]
Thompson-Boling Arena’s official capacity is 21,678. The last two years, the Vols listed an official attendance above capacity five times: Season Opponent Attendance 2019 Florida 22,261 2018 Georgia 22,237 2019 West Virginia 22,149 2019 Alabama 21,957 2019 Kentucky 21,729 How often do the Vols play a ranked non-conference opponent at […]
The GRT Statsy Preview Machine looks at the TaxSlayer Bowl matchup between the Tennessee Volunteers and the Indiana Hoosiers.
For an argument built around which program needs to play the other more, it sure would be a shame to see the series slip away when both teams have so much going for them. The Vols and Tigers first met in Oklahoma City in December 1969. It was another two […]
Here’s the four factors preview of Tennessee’s game against the Memphis Tigers.
With the loss of JUCO Art Green and the potential flip of Mordecai McDaniel to Florida (which would NOT be mutual), what was once a class of three DBs for Tennessee is down to two and possibly only one (stud S/CB Keshawn Lawrence). And despite having a solid group of […]