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Trey Smith will fulfill a promise he made to his late mother by graduating this May. Another promise, one to play in the NFL, will have to wait as Trey Smith announced his decision to return for his senior season Thursday.

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Back in 1932, life was much different — Back then, there were no ballpoint pens, jet engines or even color televisions. But perhaps most notably for sports fans, there was also no Southeastern Conference.

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It was a wild season for the Tennessee football team. One that saw a historically bad start and then a strong finish that will give the Vols the nation’s second longest winning streak when the 2020 season kicks off.

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Jacksonville, FL – Football Bowl Series teams were 0-471 this season when trailing by 13 points or more with five or less minutes left entering Thursday night’s TaxSlayer Gator Bowl. They’re now 1-471 as Tennessee used a miraculous late game comeback to beat Indiana, 23-22.

Jeremy Pruitt met with the local media Wednesday evening and discussed the first day of the early signing period. Tennessee signed 21 player Wednesday including five that weren’t committed before the day began.

It’s a commit Vol fans have been waiting nearly a year for. Once signing day 2019 was in the books and fans turned their attention to the 2020 class Tyler Baron was an obvious target. Wednesday, Baron committed and signed with Tennessee over Kentucky and Ohio State.

Tennessee enters the early signing period with the nation's 20th and the SEC's 8th ranked class. Tennessee enters the three day early signing period with 17 commits expecting to sign including bluechip recruits Omari Thomas and Harrison Bailey.

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Tennessee has its first blue-chip commit of the early signing period as Georgia athlete Len’Neth Whitehead picked Tennessee over South Carolina and UCLA.

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When Tennessee travels to Jacksonville on January 2ndto play Indiana, it will be the Vols’ seventh ever appearance in the Gator Bowl. Tennessee currently holds a 4-2 record in the Florida bowl game with its last appearance coming in 2014.

Tennessee ended its three-year losing skid to Vanderbilt Saturday as the Vols won an ugly game 28-10 in the rainy conditions at Neyland Stadium.

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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.

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

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 …