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Tennessee’s Rennia Davis was named this season’s first SEC Player of the Week leading the Lady Vols to a 3-0 start to the Kellie Harper era.

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The Tennessee football team used a gutsy goal line stand to hold off the Kentucky Wildcats for the Vols’ fourth win in their last five games.

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Tennessee picked up its fifth win of the season Saturday night in Lexington knocking off the Wildcats 17-13.

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On Sunday afternoon, the University of Tennessee volleyball team played a match against Alabama and swept the Crimson Tide in Tuscaloosa (25-18, 25-18, 25-18).

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The Tennessee Lady Vols travel to South Bend, Indiana to face No. 16 Notre Dame Monday night. Both teams enter the game at 2-0 and are looking to grab a third win in this matchup of historical national powers.

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LEXINGTON, Ky.- Kentucky had gone 39 yards on eight plays leaving just over two and a half minutes left on the clock. Six yards stood between Kentucky and its third win over Tennessee since 1985. Tennessee’s defense had other ideas forcing a goal-line stand and securing a 17-13 win over the …

Madison Castle asks students what mascot they would choose if they owned a basketball team. Make sure to check out the basketball special issue of the Daily Beacon at any of our locations today! Check back for more basketball content as we enter the basketball season!

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Tennessee (2-0) welcomed Central Arkansas (0-1) to Thompson-Boling Arena Thursday night for the home opener of the Kelly Harper area. After a close first half against an inspired Sugar Bear team, the Lady Vols were able to wear down the visitors and grab the 63-36 win. 

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After finishing 1-1 in conference play last weekend, the Tennessee volleyball team (10-12, 4-8 SEC) is heading to Tuscaloosa this weekend ready to get another SEC win under their belts. 

Co-Sports Editors Ryan Schumpert and Noah Taylor are back with another installment of Checkerboard Chat!

Tennessee basketball’s 29-year-old director of men's basketball sports performance, a position known better as “strength and conditioning coach,” wasn’t the most popular interviewee at the Vols’ annual team media day last week. However, there weren’t many people on the Pratt Pavilion court t…

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With the news that Uroš Plavšić won’t be eligible for the 2019 season, Tennessee’s post depth now becomes a major concern for the Vols. One of the players who has generated buzz this offseason and looks to pick up the minutes that Plavšić‘s eligibility leaves is freshman Oliver Nkamhoua

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Kellie Harper, a former Lady Vol player, was named the head coach of the women’s basketball team in the spring. This season, Harper will begin her tenure as the third head coach since 1974.

Because I studied abroad during last basketball season, my access to watch the Vols and Lady Vols regularly was restricted with the exception of some NCAA tournament appearances showing at sports bars at 3 a.m.

If you don’t know anything about basketball then this article is for you. I’m not sure why you would pick up the basketball special issue if you don’t know anything about the sport, but I’m glad you did.

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Tennessee picked up win number four of the season on Saturday night in Neyland Stadium as the Vols knocked off UAB 30-7 on homecoming.

Tennessee’s Uroš Plavšić’s clearance was denied by the NCAA. Tennessee’s appeal of the decision was also denied, Tennessee announced in a statement.

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Chris Lofton spent his senior year at Mason County High School leading his team to the state tournament and earning the Mr. Basketball Award in Kentucky. But Lofton was just a skinny 6-foot-2-inch guard and didn’t earn offers from the states blue bloods.

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This summer, two Volunteer legends joined the Boston Celtics organization. One was Grant Williams, the star forward for UT basketball who was drafted with the twenty-second pick in the NBA Draft. The other was Kara Lawson, who was hired as an assistant coach for the Celtics.