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The Response to the 2014 State of the Vols Address


Every action deserves an equal and appropriate overreaction.

Justin Hunter opts for NFL draft


The junior Volunteer wide receiver is reportedly deciding on an agent, but will enter April's 2013 NFL Draft.

Jim Chaney leaves Tennessee for Arkansas


Tennessee offensive coordinator Jim Chaney has been hired as the new offensive coordinator at Arkansas, leaving Knoxville after four seasons.

Tee Martin coming back?


The former Vols great is headed to Knoxville for an interview, according to a report.

Jimmy Cheek and the Trail of Money


In which we examine the trail of finances associated with the Tennessee athletics program and try and figure out how on earth they're actually going to pay for a coach we want.

There's A Press Conference At 2 And You Know Why


In an absolutely unsurprising move to anyone but those who lives in caves (hi, people who live in caves!), Derek Dooley's been fired.

Maggit out for season


Tennessee Volunteers linebacker Curt Maggitt is out for the rest of the season after suffering a torn ACL in Saturday's loss to the Missouri Tigers.

Tennesse has 'nothing to report' on Dooley


Tennessee has nothing new to report on the status of embattled head football coach Derek Dooley.

Sandgren and Williams Are Paying For Their Lunches


There are no free lunches in professional tennis. Tennys Sandgren and Rhyne Williams are paying for theirs by advancing to the quarterfinals of the Knoxville Challenger.

Several Vols In Action at Knoxville Challenger


This week's Knoxville Challenger -- held at the Goodfriend Tennis Center -- features three former Vol standouts now working their way up the Pro Tennis ranks, and two current Vols.

Vols likely without leading rusher vs. Tide


The Tennessee Volunteers will likely be with out leading rusher Rajion Neal this Saturday.

Chaney to fill in for Dooley in teleconference


Offensive coordinator Jim Chaney will fill in for head coach Derek Dooley during the coach's teleconference with the media.

Dooley will coach from press box after surgery


Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley had successful surgery to repair a broken hip, but he will coach the Vols from the press box when they face Mississippi State.

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