The Vols are in Pre-Season Practices and they are in pads, so it is near “Football Time in Tennessee!”. Butch is going into his 5th year as the Vol’s coach and this year is different in many ways from his first four years at the Vol Helm.
I wanted to take a few weeks after the O&W Game to let the dust settle and digest what we learned from the Spring. In looking at the Spring we need to remember that the primary focus is first on development of individual players, second . . .
It has been a while and a lot has happened in the past month, since we do not gather for lunch weekly, I decided to round up some thoughts from the past few weeks on several subjects.
Happy New Year to all of you. Things are “Popping” on the Hill and I thought it would be nice to look at what Butch is doing and the “Context” of the environment that he is working in.
Tennessee will play in its 52nd bowl game on Dec. 30, when the Vols take on No. 24/21 Nebraska in the 2016 Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl at Nissan Stadium in Nashville.
I decided to do a few Pre-Holiday Notes for Vol Fans. While exams and no games have had things quiet on the Football game side, things have been popping on the Hill.
We are in the “Silly Season”. The players in Knoxville are in exams for the next week. No team practices on campus.
It may have been a Fall afternoon and the weather was better than forecast earlier in the week but it was still a very chilly and windy game day in Knoxville yesterday.
It has been a beautiful Fall Weekend for Football in Tennessee. Yesterday’s Homecoming
A busy weekend and week as well. Early this year I felt well about the Bama Game with the Vol’s talent and depth with experience.
What a game and despite the Vol’s loss the Sun came up this morning. I was worn out when the game ended. . .
Another “Win” with a capital “W”. The Vols came from behind again, but the game was much different than earlier games.
What a game and the Post Game in Neyland was “Special”. Most fans just stood there and rejoiced in the moment.
What a weekend! I just about “O.D.’d” on Football over the weekend. It started with an early drive to Knoxville to see the Vols play, followed by games on the radio
A good win against a good team in an Historic Setting with a Record College Football Crowd. I was up at 6 A.M. and watched ESPN Gameday all day
At this point we can say that College Football has kicked off for the fall of 2016. There were some great football games over the weekend with some surprising results.
Just a few short Game Week notes to help keep everyone stoked for the Vol’s Thursday Game. Taking a look at Appy State and the Vols matchups with them.
“Football Time in Tennessee Nears!!” We are a mere 8 days to Kickoff with App State. It is a good time to do some reflections and some evaluations on the Vols going into the new season.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — Organizers unveiled the trophy for the Pilot Flying J Battle at Bristol on Wednesday at a press conference.
Seven games in Neyland Stadium, the return of an October tradition and the long-awaited Battle at Bristol, are all a part of the 2016 Tennessee football schedule. . . .
Next week the SEC Media Days start. The annual Big Orange Picnic in Davidson County is on Tuesday evening. . .
The University of Tennessee football program opens spring football practice on Monday, March 7, and will conclude with the annual Orange & White Game on . . .
Ok. Here is my Jan Visit List as of today. With our two new coaches that brings some new kids possibly into play. Who do you think we get? . . .
Signing Day 2016 nears and I decided to send you a list of the Vol’s projected Official Visits for the days remaining for this signing period. . .
I can honestly say that I enjoyed the Northwestern game more than I did the Iowa win last year. The Wildcats were ranked higher and were in. . .
I hope that all of you had a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday. I certainly did enjoying the weekend of fellowship with Friends and Family. This . . .
Today it is a beautiful Fall day in Tennessee. It is a cold, crisp day with clear blue skies. Not at all like the day that the Vol football team faced . . .
It was a beautiful day in Knoxville for the Home Coming Game. There were dry, clear, and chilly game conditions for an early afternoon game…
The Vols did not play a perfect game at Lexington, but they really played a great game in all phases of the . . .
This past Saturday was a great day for college Football. There was a series of tremendous games that . . .
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