Here we go again.
When Garrett Shrader found Deddrick Thomas in the endzone to pull Mississippi State within three, 13-10 in the fourth quarter, the scene was beginning to look all-too familiar.
Tennessee head coach Jeremy Pruitt met with the local media Wednesday evening as the Vols prepare for Saturday’s matchup against Mississippi State.
Tennessee football players met with the local media Tuesday and they discussed Brian Maurer’s performance and other things as they prepare for Mississippi State.
Tennessee and Alabama will be flipping the script when they meet for the 102nd installment of the “Third Saturday in October” in two weeks.
Tennessee fell to 1-4 Saturday night losing to No. 3 Georgia 43-14. The lack of pass rush plagued Tennessee, but the Vols’ receivers had a big night in the blowout loss.
Tennessee head coach Jeremy Pruitt approached the podium at the Hand Digital Studio to address the media less than 48 hours removed from the Vols 43-14 loss to No. 3 Georgia.
Tennessee could not have asked for a better start against the third-ranked team in the country with a true freshman quarterback making his first ever start.
There was more than a hint of controversy at the quarterback position for Tennessee following their 1-3 start to the 2019 season.
With SEC Nation set to air from Ayres Hall Saturday morning, members of the show Tim Tebow, Marcus Spears, and Marty Smith spoke to media Friday afternoon. Here are some of the highlights.
In the press box high above Neyland Stadium, a young broadcaster with a background in advertising was setting up to call his first football game with the Vol Network.
Early in the fourth quarter of Tennessee’s loss at Georgia last season the Vols scored a touchdown to cut the Bulldogs lead to 12. Tennessee would go on to lose 38-12, but the fight in the team made Pruitt emotional postgame.
Tennessee head coach Jeremy Pruitt met with the media Wednesday evening ahead of the Vols matchup with Georgia Saturday. Pruitt discussed everything from Tennessee’s quarterbacks to what makes Georgia’s offense tough to defend.
Following their 34-3 loss to No. 10 Florida two weeks ago, Tennessee senior offensive lineman Brandon Kennedy told reporters in a muggy room in the depths of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium that the upcoming bye week was going to be an important one.
Tennessee’s bye week came at a good time, sandwiched between a loss at No. 10 Florida and a prime time bout with No. 3 Georgia.
The Tennessee football team was off this weekend giving fans a much needed break from a frustrating first month of the season. However, there were plenty of noteworthy events this weekend involving Tennessee athletics.
SEC Network's traveling pregame show, SEC Nation, which airs every Saturday morning in the fall from one of the 14 campuses across the league will head to Knoxville on Oct. 5.
In my preseason prediction piece I included this statement about Tennessee’s offense, “The offensive line will rely on two freshmen tackles, but if they can hold up Tennessee’s offense could be one of the most improved in the nation.”
For the first time since 2016, Tennessee went into the start of spring practice and fall camp without a quarterback competition. Jarrett Guarantano was Tennessee’s starting quarterback.
For the second time this season, the Tennessee football team will be taking on an opponent under the lights at Neyland Stadium in primetime.
Tennessee dropped to 1-3 (0-1) on the season Saturday falling in Gainesville 34-3. Tennessee had some early chances to make it interesting, but poor execution cost the Vols a chance to make things interesting before Florida pulled away in the second half.
Coaching coups, controversial touchdown catches, missed field goals and championship berths on the line-there was a time when the Tennessee-Florida game highlighted the college football season.
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium hasn’t been a friend to Tennessee football over the past decades. In fact, Tennessee has only won in ‘The Swamp’ twice in my 20-year life and hasn’t left Gainesville victorious since 2003.
In the days leading up to their non-conference match-up with Tennessee-Chattanooga, Tennessee football head coach Jeremy Pruitt challenged his defense to produce more turnovers.
The ‘Swamp’, the nickname of the stadium pegged by former Florida head coach Steve Spurrier, has been more than unkind to Tennessee in the last 15-plus years.
The Tennessee football team notched their first win of 2019 on Saturday with a 45-0 drubbing of Chattanooga at Neyland Stadium.
Two weeks of disappointment and frustration for the Tennessee football team came to a head Saturday, as the Vols took it all out on Chattanooga, defeating the Mocs 45-0.
Coming off of two losses to open the season, the Tennessee football team didn’t just need to win against Chattanooga on Saturday, they needed to win comfortably.
Despite an 0-2 start to the 2019 season and contrary to popular belief, there have been some positive takeaways for the Tennessee football team through their first two games.
Tennessee football head coach Jeremy Pruitt announced on Wednesday that suspended sophomore defensive back Bryce Thompson will be allowed to return to practices.
There was one point in the offseason that the overwhelming consensus was that the Tennessee football team would be 3-0 as they head into their SEC slate in week four.
With its back against the wall and perhaps the entire Jeremy Pruitt experiment on the line, Tennessee was unable to inch itself out of the hole it is now in to start the 2019 season.
The Tennessee football team along with head coach Jeremy Pruitt walked off of Shields-Watkins Field last Saturday afternoon with far more questions than answers.
When Jeremy Pruitt accepted the job at Tennessee in Jan. 2018, he had no idea just how quickly he’d be be thrown into the fire that is the scrutiny surrounding UT football. He got his first taste of how brutal that can be on Saturday following the Vols’ 38-30 loss at the hands of Georgia State.