According to reports by Volquest, Tennessee has decided to part ways with running backs coach Robert Gillespie after five seasons.
The Tennessee football program has produced multiple NFL standouts in its history, but in this past season, the rookies from Rocky Top were the ones who stole the show.
Jeremy Pruitt has already begun taking the reins of the Tennessee football team as the program’s new head coach, and his staff has likewise begun to take shape.
According to a Knoxville Police Department incident report obtained by the Knoxville News Sentinel, Tennessee senior defensive back Todd Kelly Jr. was hospitalized Friday morning following an altercation with his girlfriend and a fall from a 30-foot wall.
Despite a year marred by disappointment and a winless SEC record, Tennessee freshman offensive lineman Trey Smith and senior tight end Ethan Wolf have been honored for their play during the regular season.
Since firing former head football coach Butch Jones on Nov. 12, two games before the end of the 2017 regular season, Tennessee’s athletic administration has found little success in replacing him.
On Sunday, multiple reporters reported that Tennessee had agreed to a deal to make Greg Schiano the next head coach for Tennessee, but no one could have predicted what happened next.
Tennessee’s fan base united in opposition today when reports surfaced that current Ohio State Defensive Coordinator Greg Schiano was being selected as the new head coach for the Volunteer football team.
As reports circulated Sunday that Tennessee was set to hire Ohio State defensive coordinator Greg Schiano as its new head coach, multiple fans voiced their displeasure.
Multiple reports are stating that Ohio State defensive coordinator Greg Schiano is in talks with Tennessee Director of Athletics John Currie to be hired as the new head coach of the Vols.
Tennessee football interim head coach Brady Hoke announced on Wednesday that he has dismissed junior wide receiver Jauan Jennings from the program.
After four years of playing under the lights at Neyland Stadium, the seniors on the Tennessee football team are preparing for life after Rocky Top.
In their first game under Brady Hoke, the boost of energy was obvious as the Tennessee Volunteers came out playing like a different team than the one that has taken the field all season.
During halftime of Tennessee’s game against the LSU Tigers, powerful raindrops with heavy winds started to sweep across the field, and lights in the stadium started to go out.
The 1997 season was a special season for the Tennessee Volunteers. It was the third year of a stretch in which the Vols went 45-5, but there were many other things that made that year special.
Neyland Stadium now has a 102,455-seat capacity, but it began with only 17 rows. Its growth and history reveal its rich tradition of embodying the Volunteer spirit.
With Butch Jones out as the head coach of the Tennessee football team, the Vols will have a new face roaming the sidelines next season. The program has seen its fair share of coaches throughout its history: 23 have held the position.
After all the chaos that has happened since Sunday, interim head coach Brady Hoke has made one thing clear: These last two games are for the seniors.
On Sunday, the Tennessee administration pulled the trigger and decided to fire former Tennessee head coach Butch Jones after a 0-6 start in SEC play.
Throughout his first official press conference as the interim head coach of the Tennessee football team, Brady Hoke made it clear what his goals are for the next two weeks.
Early Sunday, it was reported that Tennessee would be firing head coach Butch Jones after a 50-17 loss to the Missouri Tigers. Several outlets had also reported that Brady Hoke would be taking over as the interim head coach; athletic director John Currie confirmed this Sunday evening during …
Heading into Saturday’s contest, the expectation by many analysts and fans was to witness Tennessee’s secondary come under fire by standout Missouri quarterback Drew Lock.
Conference play hasn’t been kind to the Tennessee Volunteers in 2017. They are off to a 0-5 start in conference play and are in dire need of a win.
When Tennessee (4-5 overall, 0-5 SEC) travels to Columbia on Saturday to face Missouri (4-5 overall, 1-4 SEC), they will be presented with a unique obstacle to success in the Tigers’ starting quarterback, Drew Lock.
When Tennessee takes the field against Southern Miss on Saturday, the Vols will be looking to notch more than just a simple homecoming victory.