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Lost to BYU & 0-2, what now?…

After the loss to Georgia State I’m sure we all made promises such as: “I’m not giving a dime to the University of Tennessee the rest of this Season!” And “I promise you this, I’m not stepping foot in Neyland Stadium until we start winning football games!” So, last Friday, right after work, I get … Continue reading Lost to BYU & 0-2, what now?…

Tennessee is Trash

Everyone is thinking it. How in the heck does a program with the resources and fan base of Tennessee go out and lay an egg against a relatively new Georgia State Panthers team? How does a team coming off a 2-10 season in a weak conference upset a SEC team with the alleged amount of … Continue reading Tennessee is Trash

The Overly Emotional Initial Reaction: Georgia State

It’s funny how the good Lord gives you life teasers, in the right ways. Throughout this entire week, my morning walk out to the car heading to work has been met with the cool crisp East Tennessee air. The type of air and type of mornings that remind you of Saturdays of Fall and that … Continue reading The Overly Emotional Initial Reaction: Georgia State

Vol News, New Faces, and What to Expect

Aubrey is here. Trey is back. It's Football Time in Tennessee. almost. It's the most wonderful time of the year. The college football landscape is ripe with hope, opportunity and possibilities for the upcoming season. There is no doubt that the players and the staff have lofty expectations for this upcoming season, despite coming off … Continue reading Vol News, New Faces, and What to Expect

The Tennessee Titans Ideal Quarterback Scenario After The 2019 Season

The 2019 Season is almost here, folks, and it's so close we can nearly taste it. Today, the Tennessee Titans rookies and others have reported for training camp which includes probably the most controversial position group: the Quarterbacks. As many have discussed for months now, the Titans have one of the more complicated to-do lists … Continue reading The Tennessee Titans Ideal Quarterback Scenario After The 2019 Season

Cooper Keeps The Ball Rollin’

The Vols have landed one of the top in-state prospects for the class of 2020. Cooper Mays from Knoxville’s Catholic High School is a coup for the Volunteers staff and Jeremy Pruitt. This staff will look to lock down several more of the state’s top prospects in a class that features some of the best … Continue reading Cooper Keeps The Ball Rollin’

The NBA Draft was True to Atlanta

You know, there are a lot of great bald men in this world - Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Jeff Bezos, Joe Rogan, etc. The list goes on. BUT, my favorite bald man in power right now, Travis Schlenk. Yesterday afternoon at 5:58 pm EST, the Woj Bomb Hawks fans were anticipating, … Continue reading The NBA Draft was True to Atlanta

Titan Up! Okay, Sure, But What Does That Even Mean?

Paul Kuharsky recently wrote an article entitled "As the Titans search for their Smashville, what would you tell them?" I encourage you to go read it in full for yourself, but in a nutshell he points out how the Tennessee Titans need to establish a new slogan that embodies the identity of Tennessee Titans football. … Continue reading Titan Up! Okay, Sure, But What Does That Even Mean?

The Memphis Blues: A Blueprint For Rebuild Part III

Today Mike Conley was traded to the Utah Jazz for Kyle Korver, Grayson Allen, Jae Crowder and a 2019 and a 2020 first round pick. Conley is the arguably the greatest player in Grizzlies and irrefutably the greatest player not named Gasol. However, I liked him more than both versions of Big Spain… call it … Continue reading The Memphis Blues: A Blueprint For Rebuild Part III

Why The NFL Needs Fewer Preseason Games

The beginning of the NFL season is something that grown adults all across the world get excited for. You get out your favorite gear, check the schedule for the 615th time since the schedule release, and make plans to welcome the new NFL season - it's like Christmas morning! But all the sudden, you realize … Continue reading Why The NFL Needs Fewer Preseason Games