#Tennessee football

Just In: SEC Fines Tennessee For Chaotic Ending Against Ole Miss

Tennessee has been fined for the action of a few hundred fans from Saturday night's game against Ole Miss. After the Vols picked up what appeared to be a crucial fourth and long, Jacob Warren was ruled short of the marker by an official who was 20 yards behind the play. Certain Tennessee fans proceeded to litter the field with water bottles, mustard, and anything that could be thrown. Lane Kiffin was even seen holding golf ball that was thrown at him. This caused an 18-minute delay and the SEC has now fined Tennessee $250,000 for this. Below is a portion of Greg Sankey's statement.
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Column: An honest talk about Saturday night’s fiasco

You’re probably going to read plenty of articles in the coming days about the “classless” Tennessee football fans. You’ll be chastised about fan behavior, and told Tennessee fans committed an unforgivable crime against the sport. You’ll hear that they hate sportsmanship, the game of the football, the United States of America, and God (not necessarily in that order).
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Tennessee mid-season report card

Think back to August. If you were told Tennessee would start 4-2, you’d take that, right? The answer is absolutely yes. To this point, Josh Heupel’s year one has been a success. It hasn’t been picture perfect, but it was never going to be either. Back to back blowout SEC...

Tennessee football: Five key Vols to watch for at Missouri

The last time Tennessee football faced the Missouri Tigers, the Vols were ranked in the top 25 and on a seven-game winning streak. They moved the streak to eight games with Mizzou, against first-year head coach Eliah Drinkwitz, and that got them to 2-0 to start 2020. Then the bottom fell out, they went 3-7, got hit with an investigation and fired Jeremy Pruitt.

Tennessee is scared. So, the Vols canceled their 2022 game vs. Army.

Army’s football team was supposed to play a game in Knoxville, Tennessee next season on Sept. 17 against the Tennessee Volunteers. It would’ve been the first time since 2011 that the Black Knights have faced a team from the SEC. That season, Army went to Nashville and lost 44-21 to a Vanderbilt team led by Jordan Rodgers (you might be familiar with his big brother up in Green Bay).