Standing Tall in Tulsa

While Tennessee's offense against nature has stumbled through one of the most miserable seasons in the history of its proud and illustrious football program, a Volunteer castoff is enjoying a career best campaign for an undefeated squad in the BCS title chase.
October 30, 2008

Two gridders say bye to UT

One of University of Tennessee football's most ballyhooed receiver signees of recent years has decided to leave school. Meanwhile, a February sscondary signee has decided against enrolling in school.
June 15, 2007

Slick Shelley is OK

Tennessee wide receiver Slick Shelley was released from UT Medical Center Thursday after undergoing a minor abdominal procedure. Vols head athletic trainer Jason McVeigh said the redshirt freshman from Fort Smith, Ark., should make a full recovery over the next couple of weeks.
August 3, 2006

Game Of The Name

It was William Shakespeare who said: "a Rose is by any other name would still smell as sweet." But would the story of Herman and Bertha be nearly as romantic as Romeo and Juliet? The point is there are some names that just fit their subject matter while others seem oddly out of place.
July 20, 2005

Great Scott: Vols Land Awesome O-lineman

Tennessee's dream recruiting campaign just keeps getting sweeter. The latest all-American to hop aboard the big orange bandwagon is Chris Scott of the Lovejoy, Ga., a 6-foot-5, 320-pound behemoth, who is ranked No. 9 among the nation's offensive line prospects. He also played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl becoming the seventh player from that high-profile contest to commit to the Vols.
January 26, 2005

Recruiting Season Enters Homestretch

With national signing day just a week away, Tennessee head coach Phillip Fulmer may feel a little like the host of a game show entitled: Who Wants To Be a Volunteer?
January 26, 2005

Shelley gives LSU high marks after visit

Slick Shelley of Fort Smith (Ark.) visited LSU over the weekend and the nation's 20th rated receiver said the trip was perfect all the way around.<br><br>
January 25, 2005