UT Vols Seating Diagram for Battle at Bristol


(If this has been published and/or discussed elsewhere, sorry for the duplication----I have not yet seen it on the web.) The link shows a PDF version of an order form I received from UT. I believe it's the first representation of the seating chart for the Battle at Bristol, showing placement of UT's ticket allotment. Looks like the Vols and Hokies have the "sideline" (sort of) seats with the end zones seats on sale to the public; about one-third each.

Tennessee and Virginia Tech Schedule Game at Bristol Motor Speedway in 2016


Expected attendance of 160,000.

Can anyone in Knoxville corroborate the claims on this petition?


This showed up in my Facebook feed, but since they don't link out to any support news stories or school sites, I kind of wonder how true it is. #1 sounds plausible, but also like something that is probably already in play. #2 sounds unenforceable, and #3 sounds like just another policy that is for teams with no bands. Thoughts?

Vols get commitment from 4-star JUCO OT Dontavius Blair ($)


This is a fantastic pickup. As the Vols stand to possibly lose all five starting offensive linemen next year, getting a guy that can play ball immediately is a big deal.

Yes, this Eric Berry video is awesome


The best thing to happen to this program in the past decade or so can still provide some entertainment.

Tyler Bray Makes the Chief's Roster Over Ricky Stanzi


The Chiefs cut Ricky Stanzi, who is still proud to be an American, in favor of The Gunslinger, who is now making a decent paycheck. Good for Tyler. He's third string now, but methinks he'll be second string before you know it.

Apparent talent and coaching effects, from Football Study Hall


Of special interest for our community: one of the commenters (Jim Kanicki) averaged the deltas for each coach in the study, and then created best and worst lists (ie, who over or under performed relative to expected performance level given the talent on hand).

Jalen Hurd Gets His 5th Star ($)


It's official. Hendersonville running back and Tennessee commitment Jalen Hurd is now a five-star prospect. There was little question on Hurd's ability after a stellar junior campaign where he rushed for a state record 3,357 yards and 43 touchdowns on 317 carries. The Rivals team of analysts had seen what he could do on film and in person in a game but they wanted another look before giving him the coveted fifth star and he answered any lingering doubt he was one of the nation's top players. After healing from shoulder a shoulder injury during the spring Hurd was able to attend the Columbus, Ohio, Nike camp were he proved he is one of the nation's elite. And KidB knows how much we here at RTT love us some stars.

Tennessee hoops won't play Kentucky at home this year


Um, excuse me? We're not playing Kentucky at home in basketball this year? How did that happen?

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