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  1. https://utsports.com/news/2022/5/19/baseball-1-vols-explode-in-record-setting-win-at-mississippi-state.aspx
  2. RobVOL

    NIL News.

    Don't know how all those student athletes made it all those years without NIL.
  3. RobVOL

    NIL News.

    I hate NIL. They opened Pandora's box now they can deal with it.
  4. RobVOL

    Vols Land 5* Basketball Transfer

    I think next year's team will be good
  5. Tennessee football’s five most concerning signs from 2022 spring practice ALLFORTENNESSEE.COM Coming away with limited observations due to no spring game doesn't mean all those observations surrounding Tennessee football were positive. The Vols comp...
  6. Why Tennessee football’s 2023 draft class will be deeper than 2022 ALLFORTENNESSEE.COM Last weekend's NFL Draft was a pleasant surprise for Tennessee football fans. The Vols had five players taken, more than any year since 2017, and they did ...
  7. Former five-star wide receiver Bru McCoy announced that he’s transferring from USC to Tennessee. This is a move that had been expected, but McCoy’s announcement on Tuesday made it official. McCoy, 6-foot-3/220 lbs, entered the NCAA transfer portal earlier back in January. The Santa Ana, CA native was rated as the No. 9 overall player in the 2019 recruiting class. McCoy redshirted in 2019 at USC (he originally signed at USC, transferred to Texas for spring practice in 2019, then transferred back to USC later that summer). He then played in six games in 2020 (the Trojans only played six games due to the COVID-19 pandemic) and caught 21 passes for 236 yards and two touchdowns.
  8. Won the rubber match today 5-3
  9. Another weekend in the SEC for Tennessee Vols baseball means another insane moment from pitcher Ben Joyce. It is becoming clockwork at this point. Joyce has been throwing ridiculous heat as well as nasty off-speed all season long. He is one of the most dominant relievers in the country, and his arsenal creates some of the most uncomfortable at-bats imaginable. He took it to another level on Sunday afternoon against Auburn when he threw a fastball that was recorded at 105.5 MPH. Yes, over 105 MPH. That’s the fastest pitch ever recorded in college baseball as of right now. Could the Vols radar gun be a bit juiced? That is certainly a possibility, but it is still mind-boggling either way. It is possible that Joyce really did hit that velocity, too. The Vols reliever has hit triple digits consistently all year and flirted with 104 MPH a handful of times.
  10. But lost yesterday. Oh well.
  11. When he was first recruited, I thought he was a potential high draft guy. Sorry it didn't work out but he gets his chance..... Former Tennessee Vols OL Cade Mays was selected by the Carolina Panthers with the No. 199 pick on Saturday in the 2022 NFL Draft. Mays had one year of eligibility remaining but he passed up the opportunity to play another season on Rocky Top to chase his dream of playing in the NFL.
  12. Tennessee football: Bears drafting Velus Jones Jr. keeps up one Vols tradition ALLFORTENNESSEE.COM Shockingly, Tennessee football had two players taken in the first three rounds of the 2022 NFL Draft, the first time they've had multiple selections in the... Read more
  13. No. 1 Tennessee (39-3, 18-1 SEC) scored 15 runs on 16 hits with six homers in the seventh and eighth innings to smash No. 21 Auburn (30-13, 11-8) 17-4. UT's six homers brought its season total to 100 through 42 games. UT hit 98 homers last season in 68 games. The program record is 107, set in 1998 in 56 games. “Being able to hit 100 homers at this time in the season, that shows there is a lot of talent in this lineup," catcher Evan Russell said. "If we continue to take the swings we are taking, we will be in good shape.” Ortega and Russell homered in the seventh and eight innings. Blake Burke and Trey Lipscomb homered in the eighth.
  14. Former Tennessee Vols defensive back Alontae Taylor was the first former UT player to hear his name called in the 2022 NFL Draft. The New Orleans Saints selected Taylor with the No. 49 overall pick (second round) in the draft.