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  1. RobVOL

    Essential businesses

    Umm you said it's just fundamental Christians. I didn't. You brought that out. Let's be honest. I'm the first to defend your opinion. Always have. But you're not going to insult people for being Christians either. Just saying. Let's be honest across the board.
  2. RobVOL

    Essential businesses

    Tec you know I love ya but blaming Christians? I'm true blue 100% conservative. I'm totally against the liberal agenda but you know I'll always respect others positions. I ain't Savage. But your position makes me Pause. Blaming conservatives really? This seems like open attacks on all people that disagree. Not cool my friend
  3. Congrats to Tamika The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced Saturday that Lady Vol Tamika Catchings was among those selected for the Class of 2020. Catchings won a national championship with the Lady Vols in 1998, won a WNBA title in 2012, was a 10x WNBA All-Star and won four Olympic gold medals for Team USA. Catchings ranks No. 4 all-time on the Lady Vol scoring list.
  4. RobVOL

    Football in July?

    I'm still just kicking myself in the ass on this. You told us not to poo poo this and you were right. I've been stuck in the house for over a week. I'm tired of this crap. I can only drink so much rum. I do think there's some political motivation in this but there's some real risk for everyone. Just use common sense. Stay safe vol talkers.
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    Voltalk check in

    I just need Rum! Then I'm good
  6. This looks like an experiment player. Will need some development but has some talent. Outside linebacker Isaiah Gaddy out of Neumann-Goretti High School in Philadelphia, Pa. committed to the Vols Monday. He became the 24th commitment for a class that finished in the top 10 on National Signing Day back in February. A two-star on Rivals, Gaddy is unrated on 247Sports and 247Sports composite. It’s not clear yet if he will be a walk-on or a scholarship player. He announced his commitment to Tennessee football on Twitter. Despite his low ratings, Gaddy clearly seems like an overlooked prospect. After all, he was fielding offers from the Texas A&M Aggies and the N.C. State Wolfpack, so there were some top-notch programs who were keeping an eye on him. It could be that Gaddy got surprisingly bigger later in the recruiting process. After all, he is listed at 6’2″ 210 pounds on Rivals, but on 247Sports, which usually updates sizes more frequently, he is up to 6’2″ 230 pounds
  7. RobVOL

    Essential businesses

    I can tell you it essential. The only problem is down here they are running 2 item limits since they closed all the bards down. So get the REALLY BIG BOTTLES
  8. COVID-19-related shutdowns didn’t stop Jeremy Pruitt from securing two commitments for Tennessee football on the next to last day in March, including a surprise pickup to add to the Vols’ 2020 class. As Isaiah Gaddy committed for this year, UT picked up a 2021 prospect. North Carolina Running back Jaylen Wright announced his commitment to Rocky Top Monday. Standing at 6’0″ 185 pounds, Wright comes out of Southern High School in Durham, N.C. and is the eighth commitment in Big Orange Country’s 2021 class. A three-star on Rivals, Wright was being targeted by multiple Power Five schools, including the Miami Hurricanes, Arizona State Sun Devils, Rutgers Scarlet Knights and Syracuse Orange. He announced his commitment to Tennessee football on Twitter.
  9. RobVOL

    Voltalk check in

    Checking again to see what is going on which is about nothing. Man boy were we wrong on this being no big thing. This has been a terrible and difficult thing for everyone. I hope everyone is safe out there.
  10. NCAA approves extra year of eligibility for spring athletes WWW.ESPN.COM The NCAA Division I Council voted Monday to grant an extra year of eligibility to all student-athletes in spring sports whose seasons were canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. Read more
  11. Yep. Hey how you guys doing up there?
  12. Sorry guys. Not keeping the news flowing with all this virus crap going on but Rick Barnes and staff ain't resting Sacred Heart grad transfer forward E.J. Anosike announced on Friday afternoon that he plans on using his final year of eligibility to play for the Vols, choosing Tennessee over Gonzaga, Louisville, Georgetown, Georgia, Wake Forest, and Boston College. Nice pickup!
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