A Tennessee high school’s athletic director was placed on leave after posting a video telling the student body to “blame the girls” for a dress code change that banned athletic shorts.
Republican Glenn Jacobs, also known as WWE’s Kane, was elected mayor of Knox County, Tennessee, Thursday. Kane won the Republican primary back in May by just 17 votes, and immediately became the overwhelming favorite for the gig in the solidly conservative area.
The video you’re about to watch is going to look chaotic as hell and sound like the end of days—almost immediately, your ears will be flooded with girls screaming at the top of their lungs while your eyes fixate on what appears to be a violent brawl. Upon closer inspection, however, you’ll realize that all you are…
Two Middle Tennessee State football players have been indefinitely suspended after one took video of the other slapping a puppy repeatedly, according to the Daily News Journal.
Sometime between putting on his Halloween outfit—a cowboy ensemble, complete with the requisite hat, plaid shirt, cutoff jean shorts, and expensive leather boots borrowed from his Texan roommate—and this exact moment on the college-dorm dance floor, with the becostumed masses sweating to Fetty Wap, Ben Huffman…
ESPN’s Outside the Lines has new details about what police say happened the night three high school basketball players are accused of attacking and sodomizing a teammate with a pool cue. They include a timeline of how the attack unfolded, how other students were similarly hazed, how long coaches waited to report what…
Criminal charges have been brought against the basketball coach, assistant coach, and athletic director at the Tennessee high school where three boys basketball players are accused of attacking and sodomizing a teammate with a pool cue.
Ooltewah High School (Tenn.) will cancel the remainder of its boys basketball season after three players were charged with aggravated rape and assault in a hazing incident involving a 15-year-old teammate, according to a report.
Tennessee police have charged three high school basketball players with aggravated rape and assault after they hazed a 15-year-old freshman teammate while the team was at a tournament in Gatlinburg. The three unnamed boys, from Ooltewah High School, are currently at a juvenile facility, according to a statement from…
Police say they found 22-year-old Callum Burks naked and holding an American flag next to a road Saturday in Murfreesboro, Tenn. The national anthem (allegedly) might just do that to a man.
It just keeps happening: a TV reporter's live shot covering bad weather gets the most effective illustration when a car wrecks onscreen. This is from Chattanooga CBS affiliate WDEF last night via reader Jake. We have to ask the question: is it really safe for reporters to be hanging out on road-sides?
Hardin Valley (Tenn.) called a WR screen, but the blocking receiver didn't block. That's how you get South-Doyle (Tenn.) player and Tennessee commit Jocquez Bruce ruining a Hardin Valley player's Friday night.
Welcome to Asstime Car Wash, where there's always time for ass.
Straight off their 83-63 win over Mercer Sunday night, Tennessee head coach Cuonzo Martin posted this selfie of his elated team. The win moves UT into their first Sweet 16 appearance since 2010, and has helped save a lackluster season for the third-year coach.
Ensworth (TN) was up 21-12 with two seconds to go in its state semifinal matchup against Brentwood Academy when Brentwood's Derek Barnett—committed to play at Tennessee next year—hit an Ensworth player well out of bounds. It was a clearly cheap and late hit and tempers flared. The referees ended the game right there…
This, minutes into the second quarter in Tennessee, was almost a disaster. Jonathan Johnson stretches out for an overthrown fade pass in the back corner of the endzone and winds up running head first into the wall. Luckily, there was still some padding on that portion of the wall, but less than a foot to his right…
Roy Adams, an infamous booster in SEC country, thinks the game has changed of late and that the players and boosters don't have the same relationship. He thinks the players want too much money. Don't get Adams wrong, he'd probably still give it to them and brag about it, but it's just not as quaint as it used to be.
Here's a black bear running through the town center of Gatlinburg, Tenn., likely in search of coffee because it was a lazy weekend morning and his ass just could not wake up.
Zach Lowe on how Tennessee's "jock tax" affected Chris Johnson, who signed two 10-day contracts last season with the Grizzlies: "Johnson earned about $54,000 from those two 10-day deals (eight games played) and had to start his tax prep with a fat $7,500 check to the ownership group that waived him." [Grantland]
"Dooley fired"—which has been trending on Twitter once a week for about two years—is finally turning up some real results.