Tennessee offensive lineman Cade Mays has been ruled eligible to play this season by the NCAA, Jeremy Pruitt told the media Thursday.
The Tennessee Volunteers are less than two weeks away from their first game of the 2020 season, and Vols fans everywhere are excited to see their team out on the field. However, many worries are coming with the upcoming season because of COVID-19, and the virus possibly spreading through col…
Tennessee running back coach Jay Graham and inside linebacker coach Brian Niedermeyer talked with the media over Zoom Wednesday, discussing their position groups 10 days out from Tennessee’s opener at South Carolina.
During Tennessee’s rollercoaster 2019 season, one of the consistent bright spots for the Vols was the play of freshman star Henry To’o To’o. The young linebacker from California’s powerhouse De La Salle High School quickly became a key part of the Tennessee defensive unit, playing in all 13 …
The Tennessee football has been decimated in recent days by the University’s contact tracing guidelines. A large number of players have been held out of practice in self-isolation and as a result of this, the Vols have been prevented from doing through live team periods for a period of time.
140 days ago, in my last article, I said, “that it has been 40 days. 40 days since the world of sports was turned upside down.” With the help of my UT Math 123 education, I can confidently say that it has now been 180 days since March 13th.
Tennessee’s football team hasn’t gotten off to a strong start in either of Jeremy Pruitt’s first two seasons in Knoxville. That small trend is worrisome for Tennessee due to a few things related to a COVID-19 season.
Tennessee hit the practice field for practice number 10 of fall camp Saturday, but the Vols were far from full strength when they took the field at Neyland Stadium.
After a slow start Tennessee’s offensive line recruiting has taken off in the last week. The Vols picked up their second offensive lineman of the week Friday, with William Griffin-Parker choosing Tennessee over Alabama and Florida.
Today, Tennessee football assistant coaches Tee Martin, Chris Weinke and Shelton Felton spoke to the media on a variety of issues, and below are the highlights.
Tennessee football continues to work hard in fall camp in preparation for the 2020 season. Today’s practice was the eighth practice for the Vols and afterwards head coach Jeremy Pruitt spoke to members of the media. Coach Pruitt spoke on a variety of topics and the highlights are below.
Tennessee’s first two games of the 2020 football season will be broadcast on SEC Network with differing kick-off times. The Vols week one matchup to Columbia, South Carolina is set to start at 7:30 ET while the Vols will host Missouri week two for a noon ET kickoff.
Tennessee's 2021 recruiting class had a hot start this summer but was lacking offensive lineman. The Vols beefed up Monday, flipping local standout J'Marion Gooch from Auburn.
Tennessee football announced Monday a new wide-ranging education and development program geared toward helping student-athletes succeed on and off the playing field.
You won’t find any preseason magazines or figureheads talking much about a team’s versatility. Nevertheless, it’s importance can be paramount for a team struggling with depth and it could be a quiet strength for the Vols in 2020.
Tennessee’s scheduled Friday afternoon football practice has been canceled and moved to a later date; Tennessee head coach Jeremy Pruitt shared with the media Friday.
Today, Tennessee Defensive Coordinator Derrick Ansley and Offensive Coordinator Jim Chaney spoke to the media on a wide range of topics. Below are some of the highlights.
Tennessee head coach Jeremy Pruitt talked with the media over Zoom Friday night at the conclusion of the Vols’ first week of fall camp. Pruitt discussed some roster updates as well as touched on his team and his thoughts on the Cade Mays appeal.
Tennessee players hit the practice field for the start of fall camp this week, marking the first time they’ve practiced, outside of walk throughs, since early March before spring practice was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The beginning of the fall semester on Rocky Top means many things, with one of the most notable things being the return of Tennessee football. As the Vols gear up for the new season, below are some of the key storylines to follow.
Jeremy Pruitt talked to the local media Monday ahead of the release of the SEC schedule. Pruitt gave an update on the team’s COVID situation, including testing protocols, an update on the roster and an update to Cade Mays eligibility waiver.
Today the SEC has finally released the schedule for the rescheduled 2020 football season after previously teasing fans with each team’s additional opponents. The season will begin on September 26 and the regular season will run through December 5, the original date of the SEC Championship Ga…
This afternoon, the SEC announced the updated schedule for the 2020 football season. Following a trend of other conferences, the conference had announced earlier that the league would be playing a ten-game conference schedule.
Tennessee picked up a new commitment to its 2021 class in 4-star cornerback, Damarius McGhee. The Vols beat out SEC rivals, Alabama and Ole Miss, after the highly coveted defensive back verbally announced his decision on Thursday.
The SEC announced a new fall football schedule, eliminating all non-conference game and starting a 10-game season on Sept. 26th. Each team will have one bye week and then the SEC will have a conference wide bye week Dec. 12, the week between the regular season finale and SEC Championship.
Tennessee head football coach Jeremy Pruitt met with the local media over zoom on Thursday. The zoom call was the first time Pruitt has met with the media in over two months as he discussed players returning to campus, black uniforms for the Kentucky game and Tim Jordan’s removal from the team.
Today, it was announced that the A.J. Artis will be Tennessee’s new director of football sports performance to replace Craig Fitzgerald who left earlier this spring. In this new role, Artis will be over all of the Vols’ strength and conditioning activities.
Tennessee's 2021 recruiting class loaded up on talent in April and May before slowing down over the past few weeks. June won't be a barren month though, as in-state tight end Hudson Wolfe committed to Tennessee Monday over Ole Miss, Alabama and Ohio State.
The Southeastern Conference's two and a half month sports hiatus due to COVID-19 is set to end soon with universities being allowed to bring student athletes back on campus Jun. 8.
Tennessee's recruiting hot streak included just about everything except a quarterback. Jim Chaney and Jeremy Pruitt found their signal caller Sunday securing a commitment from the Cedar Hill, Texas native Kaidon Salter.
Tennessee’s recruiting momentum in the 2021 class is showing no signs of slowing down as 3-star offensive tackle Colby Smith chose the Vols over Louisville, North Carolina, North Carolina State and South Carolina.
During what has been a highly successful period for Tennessee football since the coronavirus inflicted dead period began, the Vols added a commitment poaching 3-star running back Tiyon Evans out of the Palmetto State.
There’s not a team in America hotter on the recruiting trail then Tennessee, and the Vols 2021 class keeps getting better as 5-star outside linebacker Terrence Lewis committed to Tennessee Thursday afternoon.
For the second time in as many days, and for the fifth time since the start of the coronavirus inflicted dead period, the Vols added a commitment poaching 4-star safety Kamar Wilcoxson out of the Sunshine State.
Tennessee's football program received perhaps its best news of the COVID-19 pandemic as Jeremy Pruitt and staff went into the Yellow Hammer state to pickup a commitment from 5-star defensive end Dylan Brooks.
Tennessee saw two of its former players selected in the 2020 NFL Draft with Darrell Taylor being selected in the third round by the Seahawks and Jam Jennings being selected in the seventh round by the 49ers.