Mercedes Russell scored a team high 17 points to go with 9 rebounds while Rennia Davis added 15 points and 10 rebounds.
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Tennessee fired off 32 unanswered points before the Panthers finally ended the run in what ended up being an 84-53 rout.
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The University of Tennessee Volunteers are preparing for their game against Missouri after having a win Saturday.
In the athletic department’s press release, Tennessee said Davis was resigning to pursue personal business opportunities.
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University of Tennessee Vols take on the Georgia Bulldogs Saturday afternoon at Neyland Stadium.
After seven area teams entered Week 6 with perfect records, only four came out untouched.
As the major leagues near the postseason, Tennessee baseball’s fall practice is just a few days in.
Vols fans’ frustrations lingered into Neyland Stadium on Saturday.
The Vols fall to the Gators 26-20.
It’s wild to think we’ve already reached the halfway point of the regular season but it’s here!
It didn’t take long for Team 121 to grab the lead in their home opener.
No. 25 Tennessee will look to put its recent roller coaster ride to a smoother ride Saturday when the Vols welcome Indiana State to Neyland …
Anytime Maryville and Alcoa meet on the football field, the Rebels and Tornados lead the headlines.
The Vols started the 2017 season much like 2016.
Week 3 has arrived with several East Tennessee teams look to stay perfect while others go after their first win this season.
College football was back in Jefferson City on Thursday night as a new era began at Carson-Newman.