Tennessee Shuts Out North Texas 24-0North Texas was held scoreless for the first time since a 41-0 loss to Alabama in 2011.
Tennessee Trying Not To Overlook UNTTennessee is taking nothing for granted as it gets ready to host underdog UNT. "You definitely want to take it seriously and understand no game is set in stone," Tennessee offensive tackle Kyler Kerbyson said.
After Texas, Barnes Ready For Tennessee DebutTennessee coach Rick Barnes dismisses the notion that switching schools for the first time in nearly two decades has given him a chip on his shoulder or provided any extra incentive.
This Week In College Football: Overreaction Week Is In Full SwingThe week after Week 1 of college football season is always the time for over the top reactions to the first games, this year is no exception.
Barnes Says "No Legs" To UT Misconduct ReportTennessee coach Rick Barnes said that he doesn't have reason to be concerned about a Texas investigation into allegations of academic misconduct in its men's basketball program.
Vols Hire Former Texas Coach BarnesJust two days after leaving Texas, Rick Barnes has landed at Tennessee. They announced the hiring Tuesday, calling Barnes an "elite basketball coach in every respect."
Battle of the Pep TalksBen and Skin listen to Jason Garrett's post-win pep talk from Sunday's game in London and the University of Tennessee football team's pre-game speech from rapper Lil Jon last Saturday, then decide which of the two would get a team more pumped up.
Report Says 5 SEC Players Received BenefitsAccording to a story released by Yahoo! Sports on Wednesday evening, one current and four former SEC football players received impermissible benefits during their college careers.
SEC Coaches Plan To Avoid Offseason JokesSouth Carolina coach Steve Spurrier said, "Citrus and UT, now that's original." The former Florida coach is referring to his late-1990s joke about rival Tennessee, which played in the Citrus Bowl three times over a four-year span.
Tennessee & Kentucky Earn Top SEC SeedsTennessee, Kentucky, Georgia and Texas A&M are the top four seeds in the Southeastern Conference women's tournament which begins Wednesday night.
Coach's Seat Heats Up For Some SEC TeamsThe league that has won six consecutive national championships has more coaches on the proverbial "hot seat" than in any recent year, with potential openings at Arkansas, Auburn, Kentucky and Tennessee.