Holly Warlick Had An Impossible Task

  By Alex Norman On Wednesday, March 27, the University of Tennessee announced that Holly Warlick was relieved of her duties as Lady Vols basketball coach. “Holly and I met this afternoon, and I informed her of the decision to change leadership within the program,” said Tennessee athletics director Phillip Fulmer in a statement released […]

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

  By Alex  Norman I love Christmas… you love Christmas… but with all due respect to the Christmas season, the next two weeks are the most wonderful time of the year. For all the issues currently plaguing collegiate athletics, the NCAA tournament is something that they haven’t figured out how to screw up… yet. The […]

Thank you, Admiral Schofield

By Alex Norman Back in 2015, Tennessee’s men’s basketball program was in shambles. They had just completed a mediocre 16-16 season, including a putrid 7-11 mark in SEC play. Their head coach, Donnie Tyndall was fired after only one season due to NCAA violations that were committed during his time at Southern Miss.  Tyndall already […]

Will Tennessee Get To The Final Four?

  By Alex Norman College basketball is tricky come tournament time.  It’s all about getting the right matchups at the right time.  Amongst the programs that have never been to a Final Four, Tennessee is one of the winningest programs out there. But this year seems to be their best shot at finally cracking that […]

Jordan Bone Getting Much Deserved Attention

  By Alex Norman The Tennessee Volunteers are a team with lots of star power. Junior forward Grant Williams likely will win the SEC player of the year award for the second year in a row. Admiral Schofield has become a potential first round NBA draft pick in this, his senior season. But Jordan Bone […]

Vols Complete Class of 2019 in Style

  By Alex Norman National Signing Day just isn’t the same. For years, the first Wednesday in February was an unofficial holiday in this country, especially to the folks in areas that care the most about college football.   Fans stayed glued to their computers to keep up with the latest information on the internet.  Some […]

The Death of National Signing Day

  By Alex Norman This coming Wednesday (February 6) is officially National Signing Day, the day that high school football players announce where they plan to play in college and further their education. There are crying parents, cheering teammates, and enough cap dances to fill one of the domed stadiums they hope to play in […]

Super Bowl LIII Preview

  By Alex Norman On Sunday it is the most unofficial of unofficial American Holidays. The Super Bowl. The Los Angeles Rams, a team people in their own city really don’t care about, will face the New England Patriots, a team most outside of the Northeast of our nation despise. We are living in a […]

Enjoy this Tennessee team

  By Alex Norman It’s a shame that we rarely know that we are experiencing the good times until they are gone. But I have a secret for you.  The good times for Tennessee’s men’s basketball program are right now. Back in 2015, then-Tennessee athletics director Dave Hart had to fire head coach Donnie Tyndall […]

Amari Rodgers wins National Title with Clemson

  By Alex Norman There were more than a few folks in Knoxville rooting for Clemson in the National Championship Game last week.  Not only because a Tigers win would mean an Alabama loss, but because a local kid would get to win a title. Former Knoxville Catholic standout Amari Rodgers had two catches for […]