Patrick Brown


phone: 901-581-7288




Patrick Brown has been the University of Tennessee beat writer since January 2011.
A native of Memphis, Brown graduated from UT in May of 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism/Electronic Media and worked at the Knoxville News Sentinel for two years on the sports editorial staff and as a freelance contributor. If it’s the NBA, the NFL or SEC football and basketball, he’s probably reading about it or watching it on TV.
Contact him at 423-757-6273.
pbrown@timesfreepress.com

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KNOXVILLE — Justin Worley had no idea his streak of consecutive completions reached double digits.

KNOXVILLE — There were a few dazzling debuts.

KNOXVILLE — Tennessee's offense was far from explosive in Sunday night's season opener.

KNOXVILLE — Justin Worley threw for 273 yards and three touchdowns to help Tennessee beat Utah State 38-7 on Sunday night in a game matching two quarterbacks returning from injuries that ended their 2013 seasons prematurely.

KNOXVILLE — The new season of college football is under way, and there's probably not a Division I team newer than the Tennessee Volunteers.

KNOXVILLE — On one side of the garage sits the big, brand-new truck, complete with the suspension lift, the loud exhaust system and the big off-road tires.

KNOXVILLE — It's almost time for the talking to end, for the questions to be answered.

KNOXVILLE — Perhaps no one is more eager to see Tennessee's many unknowns than the 10 members of the Volunteers' coaching staff.

KNOXVILLE — The smaller number is the one Curt Maggitt's mind this week.

KNOXVILLE — Butch Jones may have inflated the number of freshmen Tennessee will play in Sunday night's season opener for effect.

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