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It sucks to lose. And it really sucks to lose to Alabama. And it sucks even worse to outplay them, be in position to win, and still lose. Read the rest of this entry »


In excitement over the young talent we have on campus now, I thought I’d take a look at our depth chart and compare it to past Vols. The process is this: I took our starters and compared them to the past 4 starters we’ve had at each position. Since there isn’t always a clear starter, and there are multiple starters at certain positions, you’ll have to bear with me. I stuck to the skill positions since I thought the offensive line would get tedious. I’ll do the defense later.  Read the rest of this entry »

The Lane Kiffin era at UT is underway. I witnessed its long awaited inception this past weekend, which was a raging success. Campus was like a Big Orange Utopia on Saturday, and after a slow start, the game gave everyone wearing the Power T something to smile about. I think my Dad said it best: “It was like expecting a certain Christmas gift, and opening it up to find something better than you were hoping for.” Read the rest of this entry »

It was another hot Saturday at Neyland, but Kiff had the Vols hitting it hard today, and in more of a game-like situation. We saw a lot we want to talk about so we’re just going to do a positional breakdown. Let’s get to it: Read the rest of this entry »

Call him a bright spot. A sparkle of light in a dark time. A point of pride among Tennessee fans who haven’t had much else to go on. All these things are true when talking about Eric Berry, the Vol savior, redeemer, and King of Big Orange Country. The guy who allowed us to say, “yea we may be losing, but Eric Berry is crushing fools.” Read the rest of this entry »

To understand the nature of my being a UT fan, you probably should know how I was raised. Off the top of my head, I count eight immediate family members that have gone to school at UT. That’s a pretty large number when you consider that my entire family is from a small town in West Tennessee that’s five hours away. With Memphis and the Mississippi schools much closer, you’d think Big Orange Country might not extend all the way across the state. That’s not the case, however, and it’s something about Tennessee that has always made me proud. Even though its known for its three very different and unique Grand Divisions, anywhere you go in Tennessee, there will be more UT fans there than any other. That’s just the way it is. Read the rest of this entry »