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Vols Roll Past Chattanooga, 45-0

Vols Roll Past Chattanooga, 45-0

A dominant performance in all three phases propelled Tennessee to a 45-0 victory over Chattanooga at Neyland Stadium Saturday. “It’s really nice for these guys. We got a good win and got five turnovers today, which was very important. We didn’t turn the ball over, which was probably the difference in the game,” head coach Jeremy […]

Tennessee Falls to BYU in Double Overtime

Tennessee Falls to BYU in Double Overtime

Despite 154 rushing yards from junior Ty Chandler and a career-high-tying two receiving touchdowns from senior Jauan Jennings, Tennessee fell, 29-26, in double-overtime to BYU Saturday at Neyland Stadium. With less than a minute remaining in regulation, BYU drove 68 yards in five plays before Jake Oldroyd nailed the game-tying field goal with one second […]

Patriots Sneak Past Trojans 28-20

Patriots Sneak Past Trojans 28-20

For the first time since 2003, Jefferson County High School Football has started their season 3-0. To give some perspective, the last time the Patriots have started a season so well, sophomore Ayden Houston’s dad was on the JCHS squad as a senior. The first real test on Jefferson County High School’s schedule happened Thursday […]

Vols Topped in Opener, 38-30

Vols Topped in Opener, 38-30

Despite 108 receiving yards and a touchdown on a career-high seven catches by senior Jauan Jennings, a pair of fourth-quarter turnovers cost Tennessee, as the Vols fell to Georgia State, 38-23, in their season-opener at Neyland Stadium Saturday. The Vols now prepare to host BYU next Saturday at 7 p.m. ET (ESPN). After UT took a […]

Patriots Dodge Hurricanes, 27-21

Patriots Dodge Hurricanes, 27-21

After last week’s big win against Sevier County, the Jefferson County Patriot football went on Hurricane watch in Dumplin Valley. The first quarter brought slow momentum for both the Patriot and the Morristown East offences, as the defensive lines showed what they were made of. The Hurricane offense struggled in the redzone, with key stops […]

Jefferson County Schools Dedicate Sports Complex Field at JCHS

Jefferson County Schools Dedicate Sports Complex Field at JCHS

Jefferson County School Board and Jefferson County High School took the time in last week’s Soccer and Football home opening games to dedicate the all new playing surface. The turf playing field was designed to provide the endurance needed for a multi- sport complex field as it is shared by multiple teams and student organizations. […]

Patriots Maul Smoky Bears

Patriots Maul Smoky Bears

Friday night lights have returned to Jefferson County. The Jefferson County Patriots opened regular season play in Dumplin Valley Friday night on a newly renovated Leroy Shannon Field. After a dedication ceremony welcoming everyone to the new sports complex, the Patriots broke in the new turf in a big way. The first quarter started off […]

Tennessee Athletics Announce Salute to Service Week

Tennessee Athletics Announce Salute to Service Week

Following the popularity of the inaugural 2018 Salute to Service Weekend, Tennessee Athletics is proud to announce its 2019 Salute to Service Week, Nov. 24 – Dec. 1. This year’s week-long celebration of Tennessee’s ultimate Volunteers will include special opportunities for veteran, military and first-responder families to attend a football (limited tickets), men’s basketball, women’s basketball […]

UT to Implement Alcohol Sales at Neyland Stadium Beginning September 7

UT to Implement Alcohol Sales at Neyland Stadium Beginning September 7

In an effort to enhance the fan experience at home football games, UT will implement alcohol sales at Neyland Stadium starting with the BYU game on Saturday, Sept 7. During the summer, a group appointed by Chancellor Donde Plowman has been developing policies and infrastructure to support responsible alcohol sales in accordance with all applicable […]

Davis Puts Up 24 As Lady Vols Improve to 2-0 On European Tour

Davis Puts Up 24 As Lady Vols Improve to 2-0 On European Tour

The Tennessee women’s basketball team improved to 2-0 on its European tour, blowing past KBBC Upkot Sparta Laarne, 106-64, on Saturday night at Gemeentelijke Sporthal. The Lady Vols, who traveled to Bruges in the morning to explore that city and returned in the afternoon to Ghent for a tour inside Gravensteen Castle, took a while […]

Tennessee Football Announces 2020 Schedule

Tennessee Football Announces 2020 Schedule

Tennessee football released its complete 2020 schedule on Wednesday with marquee matchups against Southeastern Conference rivals Florida and Alabama highlighting the seven-game home slate. The Volunteers will also travel to Norman, Okla., for an early-season non-conference showdown with the Oklahoma Sooners on Sept. 12. The SEC released complete schedules for all 14 conference schools on […]

Tennessee Basketball’s Non-Conference Schedule Has Been Set

Tennessee Basketball’s Non-Conference Schedule Has Been Set

All of the non-conference games on the Tennessee men’s basketball 2019-20 schedule have been set. Click here to view the 2019-2020 Men’s Basketball Schedule After making back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances and totaling 57 victories over the last two seasons, the Volunteers look to maintain their winning momentum. High-profile matchups against Washington (neutral site, Nov. 16), […]

Tennessee Football Camp Report: Pruitt Has Confidence in Team, Staff

Tennessee Football Camp Report: Pruitt Has Confidence in Team, Staff

Tennessee football head coach Jeremy Pruitt officially kicked off his second season at the helm of the Volunteers’ football program as UT opened fall camp on Thursday ahead of this fall’s first practice. Pruitt expects his squad to be much improved when the players take Haslam Field on Friday afternoon in part because the Vols have one […]

LVFLs Sweep WNBA All-Star Friday Night Competitions

LVFLs Sweep WNBA All-Star Friday Night Competitions

It was a Big Orange Sweep at AT&T WNBA All-Star Friday Night in Las Vegas, as former Lady Vol standouts Diamond DeShields and Shekinna Stricklen won the WNBA Skills Challenge and Mountain Dew Three-Point Contest, respectively, at the Mandalay Bay Events Center. DeShields, who also will play in Saturday’s AT&T WNBA All-Star Game as a reserve for Team […]

Vol Fans “Fed the Floor” At An Elite Rate At Thompson-Boling Arena

Vol Fans “Fed the Floor” At An Elite Rate At Thompson-Boling Arena

The NCAA shared its official men’s basketball attendance data for the 2018-19 season Thursday, and the numbers proved that Thompson-Boling Arena elevated its standing as one of the nation’s biggest and brightest stages for college hoops. Tennessee ranked fourth nationally in average home attendance, drawing 19,034 fans per game last season. And UT’s total home attendance of […]

Taylor Named to Butkus Award Watch List

Taylor Named to Butkus Award Watch List

Tennessee redshirt senior linebacker Darrell Taylor was named to the 35th annual Butkus Award Watch List, as announced Monday by the Butkus Foundation. The Butkus Award, named in honor of hall of fame linebacker Dick Butkus, has honored the nation’s top collegiate linebacker since 1985. Taylor is the first Tennessee linebacker to be included on the Butkus […]

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