Hey, Tennessee Fans, Cheer Up: Jon Gruden Watched That Loss On A Flight To Phoenix

Is Jon Gruden going to be the next University of Tennessee football coach? Derek Dooley isn't all that popular in Knoxville right now, and as Clay Travis wrote recently, Gruden is a logical replacement: Gruden's first job out of college was as a graduate assistant at the University of Tennessee, his wife was a UT… »10/27/12 4:45pm10/27/12 4:45pm

Is Da'Rick Rogers About To Set An (FCS) Receiving Yards Record? [UPDATE: No]

Da'Rick Rogers has hit a couple pot holes in his college football career: he committed to Georgia, but went back on that commitment and drew the wrath of the Bulldog fan base. He ended up at rival Tennessee, where he was the "plum of the recruiting class" and also charged with "disorderly conduct and resisting arrest… »9/22/12 9:30pm9/22/12 9:30pm

Catholic School Cheerleader Hazing Involved Poopy Lap Dances, Claims This Anonymous Letter Placed In Mailboxes Across Town

Reitz Memorial High School, in Evansville, Ind., bills itself as "providing an exceptional educational opportunity," while offering "a Christian community where young people are valued and cherished." The 87-year-old school has a rich sporting tradition—Tigers teams have won numerous state titles in football,… »8/30/12 10:30am8/30/12 10:30am

Bruce Pearl Hosts BBQ To Address NCAA Sanctions For BBQ He Once Hosted

On Wednesday, the NCAA announced that it would penalize former Tennessee men's basketball coach Bruce Pearl with a three-year show-cause penalty. The decision, which effectively shuts him out of a college coaching job for three years, is a result of infractions Pearl committed during his tenure at UT, which included… »8/26/11 11:30am8/26/11 11:30am

Phil Fulmer Stepping Down From Tennessee At The End of the Season

In the immediate aftermath of Tennessee's 27-6 loss to South Carolina, for the first time all season Phil Fulmer didn't tell his team not to quit. He talked for only a few moments, barely above a whisper, and then led the team in prayer. We all dropped to one knee and took the hand of the men on both sides of us. In… »11/03/08 12:45pm11/03/08 12:45pm

Tennessee's Arian Foster Refuses Interview Requests Unless You Speak Pterodactyl

Sigh. The Vols are in the process of preparing for their road game at Georgia. A game that CBS had the misfortune of selecting. At least Jonathan Crompton isn't starting at quarterback for the Vols. You get the feeling that CBS' Gary Danielson might have refused to call another game quarterbacked by Crompton. Instead… »10/07/08 2:15pm10/07/08 2:15pm