We look back at the five best and five worst Tennessee defensive performances under John Chavis.
Our countdown of Tennessee's 20 most heartbreaking losses remembers the 1995 Tennesee-Florida game, where the Vols led 30-14 just before halftime, and lost by 25.
LSU defensive coordinator is neither answering nor denying rumors that he's headed to Georgia to become the Bulldogs' defensive coordinator. What dominoes fall if that's the case?
When LSU coach Les Miles heard Orgeron was taking the Tennessee job as assistant head coach and recruiting coordinator, Miles drove to New Orleans after LSU’s win in the Chick-fil-A bowl and offered Orgeron a whopping $900,000.
Orgeron declined, saying he had given Tennessee and Kiffin his word that he would join the Vols’ staff.
Thus, Orgeron turned down $250,000 to go to Knoxville.
LSU recently hired former Tennessee defensive coordinator John Chavis to run its defense. You’ve got to wonder how Chavis, who will make about $500,000, feels about Miles offering Orgeron some $400,000 more than Chavis’ salary.