When the new football season arrives, Dane Damron’s Cavaliers will be competing a new league, the South Atlantic Conference.
Reggie Cobb, who was part of the Vols’ 100th anniversary team and a Knoxville native, died at the age of 50, the San Francisco 49ers announced Saturday.
The high school basketball coaching carousel made a stop in Washington County, Va., this week when former J.I. Burton boys coach Aaron Williams accepted the same position at Abingdon.
Multisport athlete Charlie Browder announced Monday on Twitter that he will be leaving Dobyns-Bennett to attend Christ School in Asheville, N.C.
Quarterback Jarrett Guarantano was named MVP of Tennessee’s spring game Saturday night after going 19-for-37 for 198 yards and four touchdown passes. He didn’t throw an interception.
Jeremy Pruitt's Tennessee football team held its annual Orange and White Game to cap spring practice Saturday at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville. The White team beat the Orange 28-10 and QB Jarrett Guarantano was named the game's MVP.
If Justin Fuente and Virginia Tech made much progress in sorting out their quarterback competition during Saturday’s spring game, no one was letting on.
Volunteer High School's leaning press box has been repaired, although the cost was $35,970 higher than anticipated due to a lower than expected foundation, and bedrock base.
The first home game at Sullivan East will be April 27, and everyone ages 18 and under will be admitted free. Kickoff is at 6 p.m. with tailgating events beginning at 5 p.m.
Jim Chaney, Tennessee’s new offensive coordinator, faces the challenge of upgrading an offense that had the fewest yards per game of any SEC team each of the past two seasons.
Football coach Jeremy Pendergraft and boys basketball coach Brian Coomer both submitted their resignations to the Lee County School Board this week, though both plan to keep teaching at Lee.
Elizabethton native Jason Witten is ending his retirement and returning to the Dallas Cowboys.
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“After talking with Zach and talking with people about him, there was no doubt that he would be the perfect guy to take over our offense.”
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