David Cobb (Reporter, Photographer)
David Cobb has covered University of Tennessee athletics for the Times Free Press since April 2017 after joining the the TFP in 2015 to launch the newspaper's outdoors beat. He previously covered Tennessee athletics for the Knoxville News Sentinel and other outlets. Cobb also spent time covering the St. Louis Cardinals for MLB.com in 2015. He lives in Knoxville with his wife, Sarah Jane, who is a television reporter for Knoxville's CBS affiliate. Both are University of Tennessee graduates. He is originally from Memphis, where he remains a weekly radio guest on Sports 56 WHBQ.
For the second season in a row, a Tennessee offensive coordinator with an extensive background coaching tight ends might...
Tennessee sophomore offensive lineman Trey Smith went through drills at left tackle early in practice Wednesday as he nears a...
Vols coaches are still looking at their options at all positions.
The last time West Virginia faced a Southeastern Conference program with a first-year head coach to open the season, the...
Tennessee's path to the 1998 football national championship began with a humbling end to the 1997 season.
These longtime powers have not met in over a decade.
Here are 25 Vols who have done something to 'change the narrative.'
The last time Tennessee went through a football coaching transition, the Volunteers relied heavily on freshmen for three straight seasons...
Two key offensive players were held out of the Vols' first scrimmage of preseason practice.
Tennessee's football team will be walking a "fine line" Sunday.
Notes on J.J. Peterson, Tennessee's defensive line and Saturday's practice guests.
Tennessee football coach Jeremy Pruitt described the beginning to his team's work in full pads this week as having "lots...
One-on-one drills have been a focus early in preseason camp.
Tennessee announced a contract extension through the 2021-22 season for women's basketball coach Holly Warlick on Friday.
Jeremy Pruitt had serious praise for Tennessee's graduate transfer offensive lineman on Thursday.
Tennessee's brainy and talented linebacker nearly left as a graduate transfer this summer before changing course.
Tennessee's receivers continued to display inconsistency while running routes uncovered, with a handful of dropped passes during the open period.
Building depth is a big goal for Tennessee's defensive line this season.
The Volunteers appreciate a clean slate with the new coaching staff after a bad season.
His top task is turning around the offensive line, but Friend will also offer play calling input.