Tennessee with the walk-off win, as Max Ferguson hits a 3-run 💣. @Vol_Baseball wins 8-7.
— Trey Wallace (@TreyWallace_) May 15, 2021
Video Clip/ Wheels via You Tube
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Wheels via You Tube
Redshirt freshman Eli Wolf, younger brother of senior tight end Ethan Wolf, just recently received a scholarship from the University of Tennessee, and found out in the one of the neatest ways……by surprise in practice.
Truly, this moment encapsulates the joy and enthusiasm that is generated by college athletics.
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AutoZone Liberty Bowl– Memphis, TN
Georgia (25.63) 7-5 vs. TCU (49.61) 6-6
Horned Frogs by 3
Hyundai Sun Bowl– El Paso, TX
Stanford (73.68) 9-3 vs. North Carolina (52.68) 8-4
Cardinal by 7
Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl– Nashville, TN
Tennessee (58.11) 8-4 vs. Nebraska (57.73) 9-3
Volunteers by 1
NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl– Tucson, AZ
Air Force (30.88) vs. South Alabama (-5.43) 6-6
Falcons by 7
Capital One Orange Bowl– Miami Gardens, FL
Michigan (135.18) 10-2 vs. Florida St. (87.82) 9-3
Wolverines by 7
Helmet Bowl Schedule/ FBSchedules.com
FBS Scoreboard/ NCAA.com
Today, at the monumental football game between Tennessee and Alabama, the Vols will honor their favorite son.
Video uploaded to You Tube by Knoxville News Sentinel
(H/T: Jimmy Trodglen/ Facebook)
Video/Tennessee Football via Facebook
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Knoxville News Sentinel via You Tube
Vol Nation blog posted this You Tube video that was uploaded by Rocky Top Insider. The editor of Shayn Roby College Sports does indeed bleed Tennessee Orange, so enjoy Vol fans.
(H/T: Vol Nation)
The Associated Press reports that University of Tennessee Volunteers coach Butch Jones announced Thursday that he named Justin Worley would start the Aug. 31 season opener at quarterback against Utah State. Offensive coordinator Mike Bajakian said Worley’s progress and track record made it an “easy and apparent decision” to give him the starting spot.
Video Uploaded to You Tube by UT Sports Football
(H/T: Steve Megargee/ AP and Jimmy Trodglen/ Clarksville Now)
It appears that things are rolling well on the Rocky Top recruiting trail as Four-star QB Austin Kendall committed to the Vols as a good start on their 2016 recruiting class. It looks as though Tennessee may have the third straight strong recruiting class in a row and may start reaping big dividends in the near future as Coach Butch Jones has been successful in recruiting several legacy players who will fit the Vol for Life mold.
(H/T: Ryan Callahan/ GoVols247)
Five players from Butch Jones’ highly touted freshman class have family members who also played football for the Volunteers. A sixth freshman — wide receiver Vic Wharton — is the nephew of former Tennessee basketball player Brandon Wharton. The legacy players are Dillon Bates, son of Vol favorite Bill Bates, Elliot and Evan Berry, twin defensive back sons of All-American Eric Berry, defensive back Todd Kelly, Jr., and linebacker Neiko Creamer, son of Andre Creamer. Dillon Bates spoke to UT Sports in a media session that was posted at NCAA.com.
Video Uploaded to You Tube by UT SportsFootball
Tyler Conway at Bleacher Report is proud to let the world know that Kahlil McKenzie plans to strap on the pads and don the white helmet with the big T in the center at Tennessee for the Volunteers. The five star prospect plays defensive tackle and is the son of Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie, who starred as a linebacker at Tennessee and played parts of five seasons in the NFL.
Video uploaded to You Tube by StudentSports
In a sidenote, in what is a sort of bizarre twist of fate, 49ers All-Pro Offensive Lineman Mike Iupati is in the above video, as the editor of Shayn Roby College Sports sometimes works in the physical education department with Toby Howell, Mike’s high school coach at Western High in Anaheim, California.
(H/T: David Johnson/ Facebook)
Alvin Kamara committed to the Crimson Tide out of Norcross High School in Georgia, where he was a four star running back with offers from Georgia, Florida State, and Tennessee, among others. At Alabama, Kamara found himself fighting it out on the depth chart with lots of stiff competition from the 2013 class, including Derrick Henry, Altee Tenpenny, and Tyren Jones. After a season where he didn’t play at all, and was in frequent trouble for violations of team rules, Kamara decided to transfer to Hutchinson Community College in Kansas for the 2014 season.
Video Uploaded to You Tube by Prep1Force
Kamara’s skill on the field is in no way in doubt. How he conducts himself off of the field could be cause for concern. Perhaps Kamara has matured in time to hit his stride running right away with the Vols. Time will tell.
(H/T: David Johnson/ Facebook, Hunter Turner/SB Nation)