DULUTH, Ga. — Tennessee's late-season surge has produced another Southeastern Conference tournament championship and perhaps a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament.
KNOXVILLE — Justin Worley was the only quarterback on Tennessee's roster that had taken a snap in a college game entering last season, and he used that advantage to win the Volunteers' starting job.
KNOXVILLE — The public criticism of Tennessee basketball coach Cuonzo Martin for the Volunteers' inconsistency and disappointments this season surfaced as a topic of conversations during a couple of player interviews following Saturday's 72-45 rout of Missouri.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga softball team wrapped up play at the USF Under Armour Showcase on Sunday with a 2-1 win over Toledo.
KNOXVILLE — Tennessee cornerback Cam Sutton had about the best freshman season he could have hoped for in 2013.
KNOXVILLE — Jordan McRae landed after one of the easiest reverse dunks he'll ever have, turned toward Tennessee's bench and flashed a smile at his teammates.
DULUTH, Ga. — Tennessee dominated play around the basket the way its fans dominated the stands.
KNOXVILLE — Tennessee's entirely new offensive line enters 2014 with six combined collegiate starts, and Marcus Jackson has five of those, all as a true freshman in 2011.
The No. 2-ranked Tennessee softball team endured its second loss of the season Saturday in its own tournament in Knoxville.
KNOXVILLE — Flash back to October 2013, when Tennessee was one loose helmet or one play — the starting quarterback hitting his thumb on a defender's helmet, for example — from playing one of its two true freshman quarterbacks.
KNOXVILLE — Josh Richardson was being interviewed after Tennessee's 82-54 basketball win at Auburn on Wednesday when teammate Jeronne Maymon stopped on his way from the Volunteers' locker room to the team bus and played reporter for a moment.
DULUTH, Ga. — Nothing was going right for Meighan Simmons, so the Tennessee star decided to stop being hard on herself.
KNOXVILLE — Butch Jones typically is pretty upbeat, and he certainly appeared that way again Friday evening.
Tennessee opened spring practice on a picturesque Friday afternoon in Knoxville, and the first of 15 workouts over the next month provided a first look at coach Butch Jones's second team, including the 14 newcomers who enrolled in January as part of the Volunteers' touted 2014 recruiting class.
KNOXVILLE — Early-morning arrivals to and late-night departures from the Tennessee football complex often lead to little sleep for Butch Jones, but the question of who will win the Volunteers' starting quarterback job doesn't appear to be a source of insomnia for him.