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A Florida student obsessed with the University of Tennessee wanted to represent the Volunteers during his elementary school's

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"A Florida student obsessed with the University of Tennessee wanted to represent the Volunteers during his elementary school's "College Colors Day," but didn't own any of their apparel -- so he took the matter into his own hands. Laura Snyder, his teacher at Altamonte Elementary School in Altamonte Springs, says he drew a "U.T.", the university's logo, on paper and pinned it to an orange t-shirt. "When the day finally arrived, he was SO EXCITED to show me his shirt," Snyder wrote Wednesday on Facebook. "I was impressed that he took it one step further to make his own label." But by lunch time, the spirited Vols fan was in tears."

The traditionalists in the Tennessee

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The traditionalists in the Tennessee fan base will be happy. Jeremy Pruitt told me the Vols won’t be breaking out the alternate "Smokey Gray" uniforms while he’s the coach. He said they would wear orange and white. — Chris Low (@ClowESPN) February 8, 2018

Envisioning a Spectacular Trade for Joel Embiid of the Sixers

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The saying goes that where there's smoke, there's fire. When rumors hold significant weight, it's reasonable to suspect there's some truth fueling the speculation. This principle holds in the NBA as much as anywhere else, and currently, the Philadelphia 76ers are enveloped in substantial speculation – to the point where there's undeniable substance. The fact that James Harden desires a switch to a different team isn't just hearsay anymore; it's an established reality. Could a trade plea from Joel Embiid be the next development? This is where things become hazy. Time will ultimately provide clarity. Yet, there's valid cause for conjecture. Considering the Sixers would struggle to fill the void left by Harden, a significant regression could unsurprisingly prompt Embiid to seek a trade. Might the Sixers contemplate dispatching him to the Orlando Magic?

Star Recruits Edwin Spillman and Kaleb Beasley Open Up About Their Commitment to Tennessee

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Lipscomb Academy, located in Tennessee, has recently seen standout performances from their prized four-star recruits, Edwin Spillman and Kaleb Beasley. These talented athletes displayed their skills in a thrilling 24-17 victory against Brentwood Academy last Friday, showcasing their SEC-level prowess.

Notably, both Spillman and Beasley have been committed to the University of Tennessee for quite some time. Spillman made his commitment to the Vols on July 21st, and Beasley has been a steadfast pillar of Tennessee's 2024 recruiting class for over a year.

In an exclusive interview with Rivals.com, both recruits shared their perspectives on the Volunteers' current season and their enduring commitment to Tennessee. This insight provides a unique glimpse into the exciting journey of these two exceptional athletes and their dedication to the Vols' football program. NFR TV Schedule

Wishing you a day full of love and surprises

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Longhorn for Life. It was great having @dailyhsfootball back in the building! pic.twitter.com/dailyhsfootball — Texas Football (@MaxPreps)2023 High School Football live

He was bullied for his homemade University of Tennessee T-shirt. The school just made it an official design

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"A Florida student obsessed with the University of Tennessee wanted to represent the Volunteers during his elementary school's "College Colors Day," but didn't own any of their apparel -- so he took the matter into his own hands. Laura Snyder, his teacher at Altamonte Elementary School in Altamonte Springs, says he drew a "U.T.", the university's logo, on paper and pinned it to an orange t-shirt. "When the day finally arrived, he was SO EXCITED to show me his shirt," Snyder wrote Wednesday on Facebook. "I was impressed that he took it one step further to make his own label." But by lunch time, the spirited Vols fan was in tears."

Kara Lawson hired as Celtics Asst. Coach

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This would fall under the category of VFL does good...

Goodbye, Tennessee | Joshua Dobbs

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On October 1, 2016, Josh Malone and I were standing next to each other on the sideline at Georgia’s Sanford Stadium as time painfully ticked off the clock. I turned to him and made a comment that not only summed up the game, but which also turned out to be prophetic regarding our season. "Man, this is like riding a roller coaster." I know a lot of Tennessee fans were feeling the same way.