Tennessee continued its quest for an at-large bid in the NCAA tournament with great play from sophomore forward Admiral Schofield.
Despite an 0-2 week, Mercedes Russell still performed at a high level. For that reason, she’s our Lady Vol MVP of the week.
With the NFL season over, people are already turning their attention to next season and making predictions for next year’s Super Bowl. Will the Atlanta Falcons be back after falling short on the league’s biggest stage?
The two major national softball polls were released on Wednesday, and Tennessee was placed at No. 15 in both of them.
The quarterbacks are drawing all the headlines, but even Tom Brady and Matt Ryan can’t score at will against elite defenses. Thankfully for them, they won’t have to in the Super Bowl.
With so many talented running backs on the roster, it may be a while until Vols fans get to know 2017 commit Trey Coleman.
Jacquez Jones is an athletic receiver with big-play potential. He could be a dangerous weapon for the Vols’ offense in the coming years.
Timothy Jordan is one of several talented running backs that will join the Volunteers in the 2017 season.
Grant Williams did everything he could and led the Vols to a 2-0 record this week. For that, he’s our MVP of the week.
Jordan Murphy is flying under the radar a bit, but he has the potential to be a solid player for Tennessee in the coming years.