Views from practice, Currie’s moves & more

Tennessee hit the one-third mark of its spring camp Friday, and positional groups as well as individuals are fully emerging. Before we dive into that, however, let’s note a couple quick things on the early movements of new Vice Chancellor/Director of Athletics John Currie, who was in Knoxville Thursday night for the Vols’ NFL Pro… Continue reading Views from practice, Currie’s moves & more

Inside The Rebuild: Embedded with the staff at Furman University’s spring game

(Author’s note: The brand-new Furman University football staff welcomed me into all components of the program and Saturday’s spring game. While I typically write mostly about the SEC/Tennessee, I hope you’ll find this a compelling glimpse into life at the FCS level & the quality people looking to rebuild the Paladins’ program.) GREENVILLE, S.C. —… Continue reading Inside The Rebuild: Embedded with the staff at Furman University’s spring game

Experts praise Vols’ QB status; Super Bowl coach checks in; Hoke urges “tougher, more physical” D-Line

It is, without question, especially in this time of college football, almost an embarrassment of riches for the University of Tennessee at the quarterback position. Can or will it remain that way? Hard to determine a scant week into a QB derby that’s not going anywhere and features two gritty competitors, Quinten Dormady and Jarrett… Continue reading Experts praise Vols’ QB status; Super Bowl coach checks in; Hoke urges “tougher, more physical” D-Line