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Tony Vitello Named Perfect Game Coach of the Year

Tennessee's magical season will continue this weekend in Omaha, as the Volunteers have landed and already started to prepare for Sunday's showdown against Virginia. The post-season honors have continued to roll in for the Vols, and the latest one is for Tony Vitello. Vitello was named the Coach of the...
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Vols Hosting Transfer All-American CB on Weekend Visit

Tennessee has worked the transfer portal intensely since the end of spring practice. The Vols have made several key additions, including Juwan Mitchell, Da'Jon Terry, Joe Mitchell, and others. Now, on an important weekend visit, Tennessee will host Kansas transfer and freshman All-American transfer Karon Prunty on an official visit.
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VR2 on SI Podcast: Recapping Super Regionals, Looking Ahead to the CWS

Host Jack Foster and Jake Nichols break down Tennessee's Super Regional sweep of LSU and talk about what that means for the Vols' confidence in the CWS. Jake has high hopes for the Omavols in the CWS but notes that Vanderbilt is an intimidating obstacle on the road to a CWS championship. All that and more in the latest edition of the VR2 on SI Podcast! Listen to the full podcast below:
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Week 1 Opponent Preview: Bowling Green Falcons

Tennessee football will return to Neyland Stadium to open the 2021 season with a date against the Bowling Green Falcons on Thursday, September 2 at 7:00 p.m. The Vols have had an action-packed offseason to say the least, landing multiple big time transfers such as Da'Jon Terry and Juwan Mitchell to give them more upside going into the fall. The Falcons have had a quieter offseason, but it has not been silent. Washington transfer WR Austin Osborne found a new home in Bowling Green, and Michigan State transfer TE Tommy Guajardo looks to make an impact with the Falcons as a redshirt freshman.
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Tennessee announces fall plans for Neyland Stadium

Neyland Stadium will officially be full capacity for its 100th anniversary this fall, according to an announcement from the University of Tennessee on Tuesday. "I know our fans are eager to experience the rich pageantry of Tennessee football gamedays again, and they're going to have an exciting brand of football to rally around," Vice Chancellor/Director of Athletics Danny White said. "This will be my first football season at Tennessee, and after witnessing the power of Vol Nation during our recent baseball postseason run, I cannot wait to see the impact of our fans giving their all in a packed Neyland Stadium."
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Vols Vescovi Competing for Spot on Uraguay Olympic Team

Tennessee guard Santiago Vescovi has been one of several fan-favorite players in Rick Barnes's program over the last few years. Now, Vescovi will have a chance to represent the Vols on a national scale, as he is currently challenging for a spot on Uraguay's Olympic. Below is a quick look at the press release from Tennessee.
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Vols WR Malachi Wideman No Longer With Team

Malachi Wideman was widely viewed as one of the biggest recruiting win's of Jeremy Pruitt's tenure. Tennessee went into the Sunshine State and poached one of the most highly sought-after two-sport stars in the country. Wideman, at the time, was being recruited to play football and basketball at the Power Five level.
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Elite LB Drayk Bowen Recaps Visit To Tennessee

Tennessee hosted elite 2023 linebacker Drayk Bowen last weekend for an unofficial visit. The Merrillville (Ind.) Andrean High School standout recapped the trip with VR2 on SI. "We got there, went around the facilities, met the coaches and went around the campus," Bowen said of how the visit started. "Once we got back (we) did a photoshoot, then ate lunch which we paid for and met with coach Heupel and coach BJ, then went to the baseball field."
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Social Media Reacts to Vols Punching Ticket to Omaha

Tony Vitello's Tennessee Volunteers punched their ticket to Omaha yesterday after a 15-6 beat down of LSU. The win marked Tennessee's first College World Series berth since 2005, and their was plenty of excitement in the social media world. One of the first people to congratulate Tennessee on securing a...
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Fast-Rising Chattanooga WR Cameron Sparks Discusses Vols Offer, Recruitment

Cameron Sparks of Baylor School (Tenn.) is a name to know. The 2025 wide receiver has already begun camping and developing relationships with college coaches. Many would ask, what? A rising freshman is gaining collegiate attention? The answer, yes. There are not many 6-foot-5 205-pound receivers that are just now heading into high school, especially in the Chattanooga, Tennessee, area.
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Vols Add Commitment of Speedy RB Dylan Sampson

Dylan Sampson came to Knoxville looking for the right answers to see if Tennessee was the place to call home, and he found they during his weekend official visit as the Dutchtown (La.) prospect committed to the Vols and running back coach Jerry Mack during the visit. The news was first reported by Ryan Callahan of 247 Sports.