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KNOXVILLE -- The nation-leading 22 true freshmen who have played for Tennessee through four games this football season were in the third grade the last time the Volunteers beat SEC East rival Florida.

It'll culminate Saturday afternoon with what should be an impressive visual display that came about through a grassroots movement largely driven by social media.

Football weekends don't get any bigger in the Magnolia State.

Georgia inside linebacker Ramik Wilson is happy to get another crack at the Vanderbilt Commodores.

The frustration of the season's first two games were forgotten, replaced by ear-to-ear grins amid the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football team's on-field celebration following Saturday's 14-point win over Samford.

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The fight for the top for Baylor and McCallie this year means more than bragging rights, the ending of streaks or simply upholding a school's honor.

Cleveland High School golfers Heidi Barringer and Rheagan Hall have been rooting for each all year long.

Baylor pitcher Kayla Hughes has accepted a softball scholarship offer from Tennessee Tech University.

Baylor won -- twice.

Sammy Seamster, who parlayed two years of high school football into a college career at Middle Tennessee State University and the start of a career in the National Football League, will have his high school jersey number retired in a ceremony Thursday afternoon at Ooltewah High.

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Gibby Gilbert III of Ooltewah parred the first playoff hole Sunday at The National Golf Club at Pinehurst, N.C., and earned his second Sunbelt Senior Tour victory of 2014.

Central High School's Reggie Long is No. 1 among Tennessee high school seniors going into the 2014-15 bowling season, according to www.tennesseeprepbowling.com.

Second-half goals by Quade Marinell, Arturo Rocha and Myles Scott gave the Lee University men's soccer team a 3-0 home victory Saturday night against Shawnee State.

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Man, talk about divisional differences. Not since the SEC has split have we seen such disparity. In fact, if Vegas was forced to set a line for the SEC title game this morning it would be West minus-14.5, and they'd take their chances.

Wow, what a weekend. Where to start?

Imagine an orange-wrapped crowd at Tennessee's Neyland Stadium on the Third Saturday in October paying tribute to former Alabama quarterback Joe Namath. Or a basketball gathering at North Carolina's Dean Smith Center rising to its feet to applaud Duke's Christian Laettner.

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Injuries while training to compete in triathlons unfortunately are common, but Mike Biddle of Ooltewah has an injury story from the lead-in to Sunday's Ironman Chattanooga that's hard to top.

Kip Henley is quite a character.

Former Calhoun (Ga.) High School, University of Tennessee and Tennessee Tech football standout wide receiver Da'Rick Rogers was released by the Indianapolis Colts today after being arrested for driving under the influence early Sunday morning in Indianapolis.

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Injuries while training to compete in triathlons unfortunately are common, but Mike Biddle of Ooltewah has an injury story from the lead-in to Sunday's Ironman Chattanooga that's hard to top.

Kip Henley is quite a character.

Sunday was a day of firsts in Chattanooga. The city hosted its first-ever Ironman Chattanooga, with about 2,400 people taking on the 2.4-mile swim, 116-mile bike and 26.2-mile race throughout the city and Walker County in North Georgia.

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DOVER, Del. — Jeff Gordon doused Team Penske's hot streak with a champagne bath in Victory Lane.

CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. -- After more than six weeks in limbo, NASCAR star Tony Stewart finally got the news he had been hoping for.

LOUDON, N.H. — Raised in Connecticut, Joey Logano always considered New Hampshire his home track, the one where he dreamed of being bathed in confetti in Victory Lane and flocked by family and friends.

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