“I’m just trying to beat the odds, just trying to prove everybody wrong. I feel like I’m always playing with a chip on my shoulder.”
Offers keep rolling in, and 6-foot-2, 192-pound David Crockett junior Prince Kollie is trying to stay grounded and humble.
Coach Randy Sanders was expecting to be spending this time evaluating his players and seeing what pieces he’d have at his disposal to solve the puzzle when fall camp begins in August.
The Dobyns-Bennett athletic director was a sophomore at Furman when the Paladins defeated Georgia Southern 17-12 in the national championship game. It wasn’t the culmination of DeBusk’s playing career, but definitely his greatest highlight.
Tennessee defensive back Brandon Davis is recovering after being shot in the leg in an incident being investigated by Knoxville police.
Tennessee football coach Jeremy Pruitt continued revamping his staff by hiring Jimmy Brumbaugh and Shelton Felton.
Tennessee offensive lineman Trey Smith won the Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year Award given annually to a Division I football player who has shown exceptional courage, integrity and sportsmanship on and off the field.
Tennessee has self-reported an NCAA violation that involved a football player advertising the sale of a replica version of his jersey on Facebook.
Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa announced Monday that he’s closing the book on a college career that began with a splash and ended with a devastating injury.
Lynn Bowden Jr. ran for 233 yards on 34 carries, and then tossed a 13-yard touchdown pass to Josh Ali with 15 seconds left to rally Kentucky to a 37-30 win over Virginia Tech on Tuesday in the Belk Bowl.
It’s rare when a team starts a quarterback in a bowl game with more yards rushing, receiving and returning than he has passing. But that’s exactly what Kentucky will do when Lynn Bowden Jr. leads the Wildcats against Virginia Tech in Tuesday’s Belk Bowl.
Certain sports figures are given almost mythical status, which often makes it hard to distinguish fact from fiction.
Tennessee offensive lineman Ryan Johnson, who announced two weeks ago that he had entered the NCAA transfer portal, says he’s heading to Georgia Tech.
Three local standouts have stood out on the national stage recently playing at Power Five football and Power Six basketball schools. Several others also are making their mark in Division I basketball.
Tennessee’s Eric Gray had provided glimpses of his big-play ability early in his freshman season but didn’t have much production to show for it. That all changed on a rainy Saturday afternoon.