Phillip Fulmer praised John Ward for bringing “life and feeling to our living rooms” on Wednesday night during a tribute ceremony for the longtime Tennessee football and men’s basketball broadcaster.
With storytelling the theme of the night, Tennessee will celebrate “The Voice” on Wednesday, June 27 at Thompson-Bowling Arena.
Admiral Schofield is pulling his name out of the NBA draft and returning to Tennessee for his senior season.
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scored 29 points to lead Kentucky to its fourth straight Southeastern Conference tournament championship with a 77-72 win over No. 13 Tennessee on Sunday.
Tennessee held on late Friday to defeat Mississippi State 62-59 and advance to the SEC tournament semifinals. The No. 13 Vols will play Arkansas today at 3:30 p.m.
“Not bad for a team picked 13th,” Tennessee coach Rick Barnes said after the Vols beat Georgia 66-61 to win a share of the Southeastern Conference regular-season title.
Admiral Schofield scored 23 points and the Tennessee men’s basketball team got off to a fast start before holding on late for a key road victory on Saturday.
South Carolina coach Frank Martin couldn’t help but see the similarities between the team he faced Tuesday and the Final Four squad he coached last season.
Alabama raced off with a 78-50 victory over No. 15 Tennessee on Saturday night, emphatically ending the Vols’ winning streak at six.
“Probably obviously the best half of the year we’ve played. When the ball’s going in, it makes everything look good.”
In search of a spark, Tennessee looked to its bench, and reserves Lamonte Turner and James Daniel III were more than ready to give the Vols the boost they needed.
Tennessee forced 17 turnovers in Saturday’s 75-62 SEC win over Texas A&M, coach Rick Barnes’ 1,000th career game.
Grant Williams, Tennessee’s 6-foot-7, 241-pound sophomore, gave a glimpse of just how dominant he can be inside when avoiding foul trouble.
Former Tennessee coach Bruce Pearl won for the first time in Knoxville since taking over the Auburn program in 2014.
Arkansas rallied from a nine-point second-half deficit to open the SEC basketball slate with a 95-93 overtime victory over No. 19 Tennessee on Saturday.