It's finally conference season.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
It's finally conference season.
The Tennessee Volunteers got a little boost from this Josh Richardson dunk, which sets the bar pretty high for today's NCAA Tournament action.
Former Tennessee Vols QB Erik Ainge expressed anger at Kenny Chesney on Twitter over a photo of the singer wearing an Alabama hat with Nick Saban.
What looked like an incredibly stale plate of college football this week (word to Alabama scrimmaging Georgia State.
A stepmom posted an ad on Craigslist offering her step-daughter's extra ticket to the Tennessee-Florida game to the right gentleman caller.
'Bill Dance Outdoors' brings together some of my favorite things: fishing bloopers, guys using almost-curse words and dogs magically appearing from off-screen like rocket ships.
My friends and I were joking this weekend, as I struggled through watching the UCF Knights blow their game against the Missouri Tigers and the Miami Dolphins really blow their game against the Arizona Cardinals, that I could just do these Faces of ‘Freude (new name, this one’s sticking) posts with pictures of me screaming at bar TVs for three hours every Saturday and Sunday.
A Tennessee fan pays for losing a bet (thanks to his team's loss to Florida over the weekend) by singing Cyndi Lauper's "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" on camera.
This horrifying, screaming fat guy in orange face paint singing on YouTube because he lost a college football bet thanks God because he doesn't own the rights to Cyndi Lauper's 'Girls Just Want To Have Fun'.
Saturday’s college football action presumably left very few people wanting more, because I can’t remember a day that was filled with so many exciting games and delightful upsets.
While interacting with his fans at the NFL Xperience in Dallas, Desmond Howard was confronted by an irate Phil Simms, who has been holding an apparent grudge against Howard since he called Phil's son, Matt Simms, one of the three worst quarterbacks in the SEC.
The Second Harvest Food Bank in Kingston, Tennessee has withdrawn from a fundraiser that is being sponsored by Frontier Firearms because the nonprofit’s leadership believes the theme is in poor taste.
Far be it for any of us to pretend to be high and mighty drunks, so when people are caught on camera incoherent and stumbling around a sports venue, I like to think of it more as a celebration of free spirits than a criticism of too many spirits.
I'm not sure, but I think the folks over at UT are kinda mad at Lane Kiffin.
The University of Tennessee has found a football coach, but they had to go all the way to Louisiana Tech to get him.
There have been some fun ancillary reports coming out of Knoxville in the wake of Lane Kiffin's departure for Southern Cal, mostly about students burning stuff and painting rocks and what have you, but the best for my pesos involves former Tennessee assistant coach Ed Orgeron's efforts to bring his current crop of recruits with him to Los Angeles.
Tennessee defensive back Eric Berry has a solid piece of viral Heisman Trophy marketing in his corner, and he'll need it if he wants to be only the second defensive player ever to win college football's equivalent to "Miss America.
We mentioned on Monday that Pat Summitt's Tennessee Vols lost to Ball State in first-round action of the NCAA women's tournament over the weekend.
Arian Foster, the Tennessee running back poised to become the Volunteers' all-time leading rusher, has been troubled by a fumbling problem, talented backups cutting into his playing time, and the Vols' general suckitude.