1. Penn State's Joe Paterno: Behind the Glasses

    Most of the college football universe has already remarked that Urban Meyer and Nick Saban can only be rivaled by each other, but that isn't entirely accurate...

    John  White Written by John White about 4 years ago 969 reads 12 comments

  2. USC Trojans and Tennessee Volunteers: The Epic Battle Waiting To Happen

    Superman and Lex Luthor, cat and dog, fire and water, these are but a few examples that cross our mind when we think of arch enemies. It is the collision of equal and opposite forces reacting to each other in a violent explosion of animosity...

    John  White Written by John White about 4 years ago 5,565 reads 80 comments

  3. Put Me In Coach!: 2010 College QBs Vying For Position

    Spring is a tough time for quarterbacks, unless you're Tim Tebow or Colt McCoy. For many quarterbacks spring means new recruits and new challenges to maintain their status as pigskin stud for their programs...

    John  White Written by John White about 4 years ago 2,790 reads 29 comments

  4. Tennessee's Derek Dooley: Seen, Heard, and Observed

    Like P.T. Barnum said, "...leave em' smiling." Derek Dooley is doing just that on the Big- Orange Caravan coach's tour...

    John  White Written by John White about 4 years ago 1,075 reads 15 comments

  5. Living on a Prayer: 10 CFB Teams Poised for Destruction

    "Victory at all costs, victory in spite of all terror, victory however long and hard the road may be; for without victory, there is no survival...

    John  White Written by John White about 4 years ago 2,633 reads 18 comments

  6. The SEC Expansion and Mike Slive's Guest List

    With rumors swirling around the Big Ten as to who might join their ranks, whether it be one, two, or three teams, Mike Slive has publicly stated "I won't sit back and just ignore what's going on around me...

    John  White Written by John White about 4 years ago 5,396 reads 9 comments

  7. Tennessee's DC Justin Wilcox Provides Glimpse of Vols New Defense

    If the Volunteers' Orange and White game didn't present some indication of Justin Wilcox's worth then you were obviously watching the cheerleaders...

    John  White Written by John White about over 4 years ago 3,354 reads 22 comments

  8. Pre and Post Game: The Best College Towns

    Okay, you got anxious and showed up for the game three days early and you're twiddling your thumbs waiting for kickoff. Or the game is over, and traffic is jammed up tight enough to rival any Los Angeles car-clog...

    John  White Written by John White about over 4 years ago 11,238 reads 24 comments

  9. Tennessee Snatches New Volunteer: 2010 Defensive Tackle Greg Clark

    Derek Dooley doesn't consider himself a recruiter, but apparently he knows something about it. Tennessee has been scrutinized lately due to its defections in Bryce Brown and veteran ...

    John  White Written by John White about over 4 years ago 892 reads 23 comments

  10. Can the Florida Gators' John Brantley Escape Tim Tebow's Shadow?

    As a Tennessee native and Volunteer fan since birth, I couldn't wait for Tim Tebow to graduate. The first time I saw him, was running a few bone-crunching sneaks so that Chris Leak could catch his breath...

    John  White Written by John White about over 4 years ago 1,126 reads 18 comments

  11. Tennessee Needs Leaders: Any Volunteers?

    You know how sometimes you can burp, and vomit a little at the same time...? Come on, you know...a vurp. I just finished reading about Tennessee's best rostered lineman, Aaron Douglas ...

    John  White Written by John White about over 4 years ago 573 reads 12 comments

  12. NFL Drafts and Transfers: The Scholarship Bag and Who's Left Holding It

    A funny thought occured to me the other day as Derek Dooley informed the press that Bryce Brown was no longer a part of Tennessee football...

    John  White Written by John White about over 4 years ago 167 reads 4 comments

  13. Tennessee's Derek Dooley: Can The Lawyer Coach Sway the Vol Jury?

    The jury is still out on whether new Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley will or won't lead the Volunteers back to a state of grace. He has already been judged in many cases though...

    John  White Written by John White about over 4 years ago 1,684 reads 50 comments

  14. Johnny Majors Selective Of Praise: Grudge Against Fulmer?

    Tennessee's favorite Lynchburgian has officially given Dooley the nod. At a recent Kiwanis function, former Tennessee head-coach, Johnny Majors bestowed bountiful praise on Tennessee's ...

    John  White Written by John White about over 4 years ago 1,216 reads 21 comments

  15. Rebel Without Applause: Ole Miss Shedding Light on Ethics

    Before you continue to read I would like to take this opportunity to whole heartedly, congratulate and applaud Ole Miss. Their students, faculty, alumni, and the proud people of Mississippi are sincerely making strides for the better ...

    John  White Written by John White about over 4 years ago 663 reads 4 comments

  16. A Newborn Volunteer's Guide to Tennessee Football

    Friday night, as I was sitting down catching some of the women's SEC tourney highlights my wife plopped down beside me drumming a long peace of white plastic (what I thought was a fingernail ...

    John  White Written by John White about over 4 years ago 1,275 reads 23 comments

  17. DC or Not DC: Is Justin Wilcox Tennessee's Answer to John Chavis?

    Like everyone else, I too am very intrigued to see what incoming defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox can do for Tennessee's defense...

    John  White Written by John White about over 4 years ago 2,582 reads 23 comments

  18. NCAA Football: The King Has No Clothes

    Is the king immune to his subjects? Are the subjects subservient to the king's will? Most likely, the king is distracted by counsel that he believes is destined by God's will to do his bidding, ...

    John  White Written by John White about over 4 years ago 329 reads 4 comments

  19. Tiger Woods: Deserving of Every Criticism

    Did he have the guts to admit his infidelity? Yep, ole honest Abe owned up...big surprise, right? It was a surprise for me. I expected a drug-induced excuse, or maybe some extra-ordinary trauma that fueled his carnal desires...

    John  White Written by John White about over 4 years ago 263 reads 2 comments

  20. 2011: Juniors Could Be All Smiles For Tennessee's Dooley

    Coach Dooley proudly announced on signing day that he signed players from 11 different states, big surprise. Tennessee has never been known as a font of in-state talent and after looking at the ...

    John  White Written by John White about over 4 years ago 2,205 reads 10 comments

  21. The First Annual "Blue Collar Vol" Awards and Five 2010 Tennessee Recruits Who Can Fill Their Shoes

    It's certainly no wonder that the speculation has started to brew as to who will step up and fill the immediate needs this season now that the dust has settled...

    John  White Written by John White about over 4 years ago 643 reads 7 comments

  22. Derek Dooley: Phillip Fulmer's Blessing, My Observations, and a Warning

    There have been endless jokes and insults since Mike Hamilton hired Derek Dooley, and with the completion of this year's 2010 recruiting class, the laughing has stopped and the insults have turned to apologies...

    John  White Written by John White about over 4 years ago 2,962 reads 28 comments

  23. Tennessee Vols Starting Over: Still Proud

    Breaking News: Lane Kiffin managed to tie his shoes today without a blogger remarking on whether or not Tennessee will be affected by Kiffin's absconding...

    John  White Written by John White about over 4 years ago 960 reads 56 comments

  24. Lane Skywalker and Jedi Mind Tricks

    I apologize in advance for the shameless Star Wars references, that being said let's begin. While reading, humor me by imagining this as the rolling prologue at the beginning of every Star Wars ...

    John  White Written by John White about over 4 years ago 1,192 reads 6 comments

  25. No, Not Yet: Janzen Jackson's Return Too Soon To Vols

    I was about to say that Lane Kiffin was setting a decent example for diciplinary measures and now Janzen Jackson may very well take the field against Kentucky...

    John  White Written by John White about over 4 years ago 892 reads 41 comments