Tennessee’s starting quarterback Jarett Guarantano left Saturday’s game with an injury, and Butch Jones had a tough decision to make.
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One team playing in our Friday Night Hits tailgate game, Farragut, remains unbeaten, but West could pose a threat for the Admirals.
Before taking any questions from the media he sat right down and addressed the question on everyone’s mind.
The Vols stay at No. 25 in the AP Top 25 poll after the first weekend of college football.
In less than three weeks, the Vols will be taking the field for their season opener against Georgia Tech on unfamiliar turf, inside the new …
The offensive line is a veteran group that did see it’s first setback a few days ago.
Emily Proud sat down with Farragut football head coach Eddie Courtney to discuss his upcoming award.
Butch Jones has invested in the teams strength and conditioning by adding Rock Gullickson to run their weight room.
A breakdown of the Vols offense position by position.
The Tennessee basketball team is headed across the pond for an 11 day tour of Europe.
For the Cross Country Championship, just one point did it for the Fighting Irish.
This year’s Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame class spoke about what Pat Summitt means to each of them as they sat in the hall she built.
Pro cycling teams from all across the country are coming to Knoxville this weekend for the USA Cycling Pro Championships. Members of the tea…
Former Tennessee third baseman Jordan Rodgers was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 2017 MLB Draft.
The USA Cycling Pro Road and Time Trial National Championships arrive in Knoxville two weeks from Saturday and for these competitors, it’s a…
The game will be made up Tuesday afternoon as part of a doubleheader with the first game scheduled for noon.
We put Knoxville to the test to see if they could spell members of the Nashville Predators.
It’s one thing to compete with a sibling, but another to have to take direction from them. For Carson-Newman assistant track coach Tyler Ste…
The VIP soccer program provides kids with mental and physical disabilities the opportunity to just be a kid.
Dobbs presented a $5,000 check from Jon Gruden to the Alpharetta High football program.