The slate was full of prime time matchups across the Southeast in Week 1. Here are some of the top stories following the first games of 2016 in the SEC:
Tennessee baseball was in control for most of its mid-week contest against Morehead State, but after a late furious rally by the Golden Eagles, the Vols held on, 6-5.
After scoring 51 runs over the weekend, the Tennessee Volunteer offense picked up where it left off, scoring five runs in the first inning. It was enough to top the Cincinnati Bearcats, 7-1.
There is more big news concerning Tennessee’s football program, and it still isn’t good news.
A federal lawsuit by six unnamed UT students claims that Tennessee football players twice assaulted former Tennessee wide receiver Drae Bowles.
Tennessee came into Thursday night’s home game against Arkansas riding a big win over rival Alabama, and it showed.
On most Tennessee football Saturday’s, a 24-0 shutout of the opposing team is nothing for fans to complain about. But against North Texas, there was a lack of intensity.
One matchup Tennessee will need to focus on this week is the one between the wide receivers of Arkansas and the Vols’ secondary.
Justin Hunter had an exceptional career at Tennessee. Can he continue that success in the pros?