6:44 AM EDT, Tue July 29, 2014

Tennessee football to open 2018 season against West Virginia in Charlotte

Tennessee announced its season opener for 2018. The Vols will play West Virginia in Charlotte.

Poll: How many SEC teams will make the first college football playoff?

How many SEC teams will make the first college football playoff?

'Meet Your Seats' at Neyland Stadium on Wednesday

UT invites fans to “Meet Your Seats” at Neyland Stadium on Wednesday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

GVX Audio: Ryan Callahan talks about Orange Carpet Day

Monday's News Sentinel Sports Page included a recap of Saturday's Orange Carpet Day as four new prospects committed to UT.

Tennessee offensive line, least experienced in the SEC, motivated by perceived weakness

One of the more mundane traditions at SEC Football Media Days consists of every coach offering an opinion on his offensive line.

Mike Strange: Vols' legacy class wasn't a slam dunk

Neiko Creamer was aware of the football helmet with the “Power T” for as long as he can remember.

GVX Audio: Ryan Callahan talks SEC media days, Kahlil McKenzie

Friday's News Sentinel Sports Page radio show included a recap of this week's SEC media days as well as an in-depth look at the Vols' newest recruits.

Tennessee football's legacy freshmen meet the media

Six Tennessee freshmen football players made their media debuts Friday afternoon: Dillon Bates, Elliot Berry, Evan Berry, Neiko Creamer, Todd Kelly, Jr. and Vic Wharton.

DUI charges dropped against former UT quarterback Erik Ainge

Charges against former University of Tennessee quarterback Erik Ainge were dismissed Friday.

Tennessee tight end A.J. Branisel says he's cleared to play

Tennessee tight end A.J. Branisel should be able to play this season, according to the sophomore’s Twitter account.

Ole Miss QB Bo Wallace wants shot at home-state Vols

HOOVER, Ala. — Ole Miss senior quarterback Bo Wallace has a chip on his shoulder as he looks to an Oct. 18 visit from Tennessee in Oxford.

Jarnigan to replace Denton as voice of Neyland Stadium

HOOVER, Ala. — Jeff Jarnigan is the new voice of Neyland Stadium.

Tennessee football picked to finish fifth in SEC East; Johnson, North named All SEC

HOOVER, Ala. — Alabama and South Carolina were picked to play for the SEC title, and the Tennessee was projected to finish fifth in the SEC Eastern Division for the second consecutive time.

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