The Loss the Vols Couldn’t Afford

Unless you are a part of either the Tennessee Volunteer or South Carolina Gamecock fan base, Saturday’s matchup was a TOUGH game to watch. For these 2 teams, this game was an absolute must win, if they even want to be considered on Selection Sunday.It will be especially brutal for Tennessee fans when they go … Continue reading The Loss the Vols Couldn’t Afford

Vols Y’all

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

Welcome Back Vols Basketball

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

The Volunteer Road to Gainesville

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

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

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’

You GRANTed Us Three Great Years

As of about 10:10 AM, Grant Williams officially announced he will be staying in the NBA Draft via a sit down interview with Shams Charania of Stadium.  Grant initially gave an indication he would announce on Saturday 5/18. But he must've heard all he needed to hear after measurements and 5 on 5 scrimmages. He … Continue reading You GRANTed Us Three Great Years