Tennessee Volunteers men’s basketball coach Bruce Pearl tries to rap during an appearance at the 3rd annual Volscars which is supposed to be like the Oscars that celebrates the accomplishments the Tennessee athletic departments.
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Ball State stunned the Lady Vols on Sunday night in the opening round of the NCAA tournament 71-55.
“I thought we were tentative, maybe uptight,” Tennessee coach Pat Summitt said. Read the rest of this entry »
The Volunteers landed one of the nations most highly touted recruits on Monday when running back Bryce Brown announced he will attend Tennessee.
“Tennessee is the next USC,” Brown said after his announcment. Read the rest of this entry »
February 6th, 2009 by Brian Ethridge
Tennessee Volunteers women’s basketball coach Pat Summitt won her 1000th game by beating Georgia Thursday night 73-43.
“I feel like I’ve been extremely blessed,” Pat Sumitt said while trying to hold back tears. Read the rest of this entry »
December 15th, 2008 by Brian Ethridge
Longtime Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive coordinator, Monte Kiffin, will be leaving the team at the end of their season to join his son, Lane, in Tennessee.
“It boiled down to one thing: it’s your son,” Monte Kiffin said. Read the rest of this entry »
The Tennessee Volunteers may still suck at football in 2009 but their coach’s wife will be hotter than your coach’s wife.
I don’t know how Lane kept is lovely wife, Layla, a secret the entire time he was with the Raiders but now that I’ve seen her pictures I’m definitely a fan.
December 1st, 2008 by Brian Ethridge
Former Oakland Raiders head coach Lane Kiffin will be the new head coach for the Tennessee Volunteers.
“We had unbelievable interest from great coaches,” athletic director Mike Hamilton said.
November 4th, 2008 by Brian Ethridge
Tennessee Volunteers head coach Phillip Fulmer has decided to accept the university’s decision and step down at the end of the season.
“This is not an easy day for me or my family. It is not a day that I sought or accepted easily,” an emotional Fulmer said.
July 7th, 2008 by Brian Ethridge
I hope this guy can play basketball better than he can rap.
Is it to late to revoke his scholarship offer? I know absolutely nothing about this guy but I can already tell he’s definitely not that bright.