I was recently sitting at my office, and throughout the day I keep Google News open, and as I was between emails I found CBS Sports most recent 3-Round Mock Draft. "With the 29th pick the Tennessee Titans select D'Andre Swift, Running Back, University of Georgia." 6 weeks ago, I would've looked at this and … Continue reading The Running Back Paradigm
Your weekly update for all things Orange: The Volunteers are experiencing a great deal of turnover within their coaching staff this offseason David Johnson, Chris Rumph, Tracy Rocker, Kevin Sherrer and Drew Hughes are all departing the program looking for greener pastures. Whether they were encouraged to search for other opportunities or left on their … Continue reading Vols Y’all
It's time to get honest. There is an enormous to-do list in front of Jon Robinson as the Titans move into the 2020 season, and it's a bit concerning. Which players are worth being resigned? Who are the players the Titans need to focus on in the Draft? Who is going to be the Defensive … Continue reading The Titans Most Valuable Expendable
Today is a bittersweet day. The Titans season is over after losing to the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2019 AFC Championship game. At the same time, it's even more bittersweet because an era is officially ending today as Marcus Mariota will clean out his locker at Saint Thomas Sports park for the final time. … Continue reading Dear Marcus Mariota..
The Tennessee Titans will make their first appearance in the AFC Championship game since 2002. ChattTenn Sports and Chattanooga Titans Fans will host a watch party at Parkway Pourhouse located at 801 Riverfront Parkway on Sunday, January 19th. The Chattanooga Titans Fans (CTF) have hosted watch parties throughout the season. Each event has steadily grown … Continue reading Chattanooga Titans Fans Watch Party & Titans Fan Rally in Chattanooga, TN!
The headline is a bit misleading, but here's the prompt: Could the NCAA’s ruling, which allows collegiate players to profit from their likeness, signal the return of the Tennessee Volunteers to national prominence? Aside from the ruling likely signaling a return of NCAA Football to gaming consoles, the NCAA opening the door for athletes to … Continue reading Charted: Tennessee’s Return to National Prominence
Tennessee basketball, it’s great to have you back. We sure have missed you. Yes, the boys over on the gridiron have really improved throughout the season and are keeping Vol Nation intrigued, but it was nice to get back inside Thompson-Boling Arena. This 2019-2020 Vols basketball team came in with many questions marks. And … Continue reading Welcome Back Vols Basketball
*SIIIIIIIIIIIIGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHH* "What in the hell did we do to deserve this" was a caption I read that had been written on a Titans fans sign while sitting at Nissan Stadium. I'm sure it's been passed around and I believe it's from years ago, but somehow, this same feeling lingers here still in 2019. It's been … Continue reading Taking Off The Two-Tone Lenses..
GUEST WRITER: ANDY SIMMS OF The Boys are Back, ready to kick the door to the World Series right off the hinges. Usually when a team takes on the mantle of “underdog” and claims to have been disrespected all season it’s mostly bluster mixed with a fair amount of B.S. For the Atlanta Braves, however, the … Continue reading ChopTober is Back!
I would say for most Vols fans, beating Florida makes up for all the shortcomings of the 2019 season. A road rivalry win is something that can undo a lot of hate and question marks for this program. We all know the history of the 2000s and Florida looks at this game as an automatic … Continue reading The Volunteer Road to Gainesville