WRs boost stock

Pro football is all about speed, and two former University of Tennessee receivers boosted their market value with NFL scouts by posting good 40-yard dash clockings during Wednesday's Pro Timing Day at the Neyland-Thompson Sports Center.
March 29, 2006

Fayton's fate: obscurity?

When fans talk about Tennessee's wondrous widouts, they usually focus on flashy guys like Chris Hannon, Jayson Swain, Bret Smith and Robert Meachem.
November 3, 2004

Young likes Bama gameplan

No one was happier to hear that Tennessee will emphasize the running game this weekend against Alabama than Vol offensive tackle Sean Young.
October 24, 2003

Sanders denies rift with Fulmer

Tennessee's offense is underachieving for the second year in a row, and many fans are pointing fingers at head coach Phillip Fulmer and/or offensive coordinator Randy Sanders. One popular theory holds that the two are not on the same page in terms of offensive strategy -- Fulmer wanting to run and Sanders preferring to pass.
October 21, 2003


What follows is a quarter-by-quarter recap of Tennessee's defeat of South Carolina Saturday at Neyland Stadium:
September 28, 2003

New faces bolster WR corps

It's entirely possible that Tennessee's top receivers in 2003 will be two guys who were playing other positions in 2002.
August 27, 2003

Vols can play multiple QBs, too

The Kentucky Wildcats are getting a lot of publicity these days because they plan to utilize two quarterbacks -- passer Jared Lorenzen and runner Shane Boyd -- simultaneously this fall.
August 27, 2003