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August 31 NC State, Wolfpack played at Atlanta
September 8 Georgia State, Panthers played at Knoxville
September 15 Florida, Gators played at Knoxville
September 22 Akron, Zips played at Knoxville
September 29 Georgia, Bulldogs played at Athens
October 13 Mississippi State, Bulldogs played at Starkville
October 20 Alabama, Crimson Tide played at Knoxville
October 27 South Carolina, Gamecocks played at Columbia
November 3 Troy (Home Coming), Trojans played at Knoxville
November 10 Missouri, Tigers played at Knoxville
November 17 Vanderbilt, Commodores played at Nashville
November 24 Kentucky, Wildcats played at Knoxville
December 1 SEC Championship Game played at Atlanta
The Vol Navy is basically a group of water enthusiasts who come together a few hours before each UT home football game. There is no need to own a boat, or have been associated with the U.S. Navy. Anyone with a nautical Vol spirit will be welcome. Continue reading
It’s because the 2012 Tennessee Volunteer’s are preparing to take the field Friday, Aug. 31, at 7:30 p.m., against the North Carolina State Wolfpack at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Ga. for the season opener. Yes! It’s nearly football time in Tennessee.
After the UT football program had back-to-back losing seasons the past two years, the handwriting was on the wall, so to speak, and Head Coach Derek Dooley saw it vividly.
The program needed an extreme makeover. Sometimes you just do what you have to do, whatever it takes, to make it happen. Former head coach Phillip Fulmer left UT in 2008 after 17 years and one national championship in 1998 under his belt. Former UT athletic director Mike Hamilton hired Lane Kiffen to take over as the new head coach at UT. Continue reading
The University of Tennessee Athletics Department is happy to announce the introduction of several gameday improvements for the 2012 football season at Neyland Stadium. In continuing to ensure fans and supporters have a positive experience at Vols football games, the department asked fans for how UT could improve their gameday experiences. These improvement ideas were entirely generated by suggestions from fans and supporters and are part of the ongoing effort to improve the gameday experience for our fans. Continue reading
Vols football Defensive Coordinator Sal Sunseri is one of the major changes this year for the football squad. “Coach Sal” told the Journal that he is extremely excited to be at UT.
Sunseri said his method of training and coaching is to look at the best in the business, watch what they do to succeed, and emulate them. Continue reading
Some say change is good. Sometimes yes, sometimes no. The University of Tennessee football program has had so many changes in the past five years it could make one’s head swim. Since head coach Phillip Fulmer’s exit in 2008, Tennessee has seen two other head coaches. Lane Kiffin stuck around for one season before he had an opportunity to take over the head coaching job with the Southern California Trojans. After Kiffin’s rapid departure in 2009, Derek Dooley came to town. Continue reading
Fans attending a University of Tennessee sporting event should expect to enjoy the sights, sounds, and vibrant vivid colors with some exciting music. The air is filled with sensational sounds that pumps up the avid sports fan. The University of Tennessee award-winning Pride of the Southland Band is always present to rev up the spirit. Continue reading
Tyler Bray begins his third season as quarterback for the Vols this year. The 6’6 sociology major has a bright future ahead of him as he is already being scouted by the NFL. He is considered one of the top NFL quarterback prospects of the 2013 draft. Continue reading
Holly Warlick has some big shoes to fill this season after she took the reins as head coach of the vaunted Lady Vols from retiring Head Coach Pat Summit.
All eyes are keenly focused on Coach Derek Dooley as he begins his third season as head coach of the University of Tennessee Volunteers after a lackluster 2011 season. The Vols finished 2011 with a disappointing 5-7 record after dropping the last game of the season to Kentucky, which ended a 26 game winning streak against the Wildcats. Continue reading
Cuanzo Martin begins his second season as head coach of the UT Men’s basketball team this year. Martin was hired in 2011 to take over after the firing of embattled Coach Bruce Pearl.
During his first season with the Vols, Martin found himself in the unenviable position of having to explain his losses almost as often as reveling in victory. The Vols posted a 19-15 record for the season bringing Martin’s career record to 80 wins and 54 losses for a .597 win ratio. Continue reading