1. LSU vs. Florida: Unsportsmanlike Paradise as NCAA CFB Rules Violation Debuts

    With just moments left in the first quarter of a game being dominated by the LSU Tigers, we got our first glimpse of a rule enforced that many thought would create drama from announcers, ...

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  2. Tennessee Volunteers Basketball Could Learn Lesson from Mascot Smokey

    As the Tennessee Volunteers fully immerse themselves in the meat of the SEC schedule, one point of emphasis remains perfectly clear. You simply have to hold serve at home...

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  3. Urban Meyer Criticizes in Public, Apologizes in Private

    Do I live in the Bizarro world? What happened to “every moment is a teaching moment?” University of Florida coach Urban Meyer apologized Saturday after practice to the Orlando ...

    tre wells Written by tre wells about over 4 years ago 646 reads 11 comments

  4. Defending March Madness Expansion? Beware a Huge Hole in the Argument

    I don’t know quite yet if I am in favor of expanding the NCAA College Basketball Tournament beyond 65 teams. I don’t know if I want to tinker with something that has provided me so much joy over the years...

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  5. Mark McGwire to St. Louis Cardinals is Hypocritical At Best

    Doesn’t anyone see something wrong with this? When I first heard that McGwire, one of the most dangerous homerun bats of our lifetime was coming back to the Cardinals in some capacity, I cheered the news...

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  6. For Some Tennessee Vol Fans, Flowers Are in Order

    Lately, no matter how many showers I take, I still feel dirty.   This doesn’t speak to all Tennessee fans, but I am sure there is a pocket that feels the same...

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  7. Armed and Brainless: Three Tennessee Volunteer Players Fail Lane Kiffin and Fans

    Today the Vol-nation awaits word on the future of three true freshmen arrested last night off “the Strip” in Knoxville for attempted armed robbery...

    tre wells Written by tre wells about almost 5 years ago 1,637 reads 30 comments

  8. Tennessee Titans Blur Chris Johnson Coming into Focus as NFL MVP

    Separation is the essence of greatness. No one was ever touted in life for doing the same thing everyone else does. You need to separate yourself somehow. You need to do it better. You need to do it more efficiently...

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  9. Florida Gators: Tim Tebow's Fall From Grace

    In the SEC, as well as the entire NCAA, no one is more hated, yet respected, than Tim Tebow.   As a Tennessee Volunteer fan, I have feared, but respected him for four years.   He is a man of conviction, devotion and until yesterday, great character...

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  10. Always the Joker, Steve Spurrier Silenced by The Dark Night in Tennessee

    Steve Spurrier didn’t have much too say in the postgame press conference following Saturday night’s loss to the Tennessee Volunteers. And that’s saying something...

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  11. Why We Pour Our Hearts Out on Saturdays

    I haven’t written anything since Saturday.   I wanted to, I just couldn’t.   I have been a Tennessee Volunteer fan for as long as I can remember...

    tre wells Written by tre wells about almost 5 years ago 138 reads 8 comments

  12. Overlooked Tennessee Volunteers Could Roll Tide In Alabama Saturday

    For the second time in as many years, the Alabama Crimson Tide has reached the pinnacle of the AP poll.   They are undefeated, healthy, and appear to be headed to the SEC Championship game again...

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  13. Tennessee Volunteers Know You Cannot Spell SLIGHTED Without TIDE

    It’s rare for Tennessee Volunteer’s Head Coach Lane Kiffin to find his self in this position.   Heading into his team’s SEC matchup with the Alabama Crimson Tide Saturday, the young ...

    tre wells Written by tre wells about almost 5 years ago 888 reads 23 comments

  14. Tennessee Volunteers: Jonathan Crompton Deserves “Humanitarian” Mail

    In its purest form, it’s just a game.   Try telling that to any of the players in the SEC. Try telling coaches paid millions of dollars a year, that it’s only a game...

    tre wells Written by tre wells about almost 5 years ago 511 reads 3 comments

  15. Tennessee Volunteers' Lane Kiffin Laying Solid Foundation Despite Losses

    With a record of 2-3, Tennessee Volunteer’s head coach Lane Kiffin has yet to secure his first major win of the season...

    tre wells Written by tre wells about almost 5 years ago 316 reads 3 comments

  16. In December, Tennessee Will Look Back to Auburn Game as Turning Point

    It’s never a good morning when your car doesn’t start.   It’s especially troubling when the problem isn’t as simple as replacing an alternator or a fuel pump. These things are easily fixable at your local garage...

    tre wells Written by tre wells about almost 5 years ago 1,010 reads 19 comments

  17. Tennessee Volunteers' Neyland Stadium Must Become Their “Alamo”

    Life in the SEC is hard enough.   You have some of the most talented players in the country who know they can’t rely on their talent alone. The best of the best get better by working harder and longer in the offseason...

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  18. Is Mike Slive Winking When He Tells Kiffin and Myer To Cut It Out?

    I don’t know if SEC Commissioner Mike Slive ever harbored thoughts of being a principal at a high school.  I doubt it’s an easy job, but I’m sure it’s rather rewarding molding young boys and girls into men and women, respectively...

    tre wells Written by tre wells about almost 5 years ago 268 reads 1 comments

  19. Tennessee-Florida Game Just Plain Good For SEC and NCAA

    Vegas, usually knows what they are doing. Though I consider myself fairly proficient in math, none of the formulas I come up with for Blackjack ever seem to pad my savings account...

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  20. Hey Vols! Was It Over When the Germans Bombed Pearl Harbor?

    Somewhere in a fraternity house on the campus of the University of Tennessee sits a group of teenagers with their heads down, mourning the loss to UCLA and the dampening it put on an off season filled with so much promise...

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  21. Crompton's Last Stand

    Battered and bruised, Jonathan Crompton walked out of Neyland Stadium, on Saturday, a beaten man. Unfortunately it was a familiar feeling to him. The fifth year senior has worked so hard off the field it just seems unfair...

    tre wells Written by tre wells about 5 years ago 989 reads 13 comments

  22. Tennessee Volunteer's Lane Kiffin Has Haters Hook Line and Sinker

    Lane Kiffin has arrived. He has to be laughing inside just a little bit, thinking “this is just too easy.” I’m not talking about racking up wins in the SEC, or turning the team into a National contender...

    tre wells Written by tre wells about 5 years ago 1,671 reads 23 comments

  23. NCAA Vs. NFL: Which Is Better?

    Quick “Wildcats” reference for you, and I’m not talking about trendy offense Ronnie Brown runs for the Miami Dolphins. I’m actually referring to Goldie Hawn for those of you old enough to remember...

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  24. NFL Vs. NCAA Football: Which Is Better?

    Quick “Wildcats” reference for you, and I’m not talking about trendy offense Ronnie Brown runs for the Miami Dolphins. I’m actually referring to Goldie Hawn for those of you old enough to remember...

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  25. Tennessee Volunteers' Defense May Look Even More Impressive vs. UCLA

    There are mountains, and then there is Mount Everest. There are steaks, and then there is filet mignon. There is Western Kentucky’s spread offense and then there is Florida’s...

    tre wells Written by tre wells about 5 years ago 1,575 reads 24 comments