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Inside the T - Monday's Look Ahead

The Vol Network's Vol Calls moves to Monday nights beginning this week, still from its customary home at Calhoun's on the River. Bob Kesling and Brent Hubbs will host with guests and coaches from the University of Tennessee and will recap the Volunteers' bowl-clinching win over Vanderbilt. Listen live on Vol Network stations across Tennessee at 8 p.m. ET/7p.m. CT or listen free online HERE.

Monday's Tennessee Football Briefing (12/1/14)

The Vols are going bowling!

Get all the latest from UTSports.com on Tennessee's 24-17 win over Vanderbilt.

Here's a look at what the media wrote following the Vols' win
- Chattanooga Times Free Press: Vols will welcome busier December
- Chattanooga Times Free Press: Tennessee Vols prevail, earn bowl trip
- Chattanooga Times Free Press: Senior Lane gives Vols needed lift
- Chattanooga Times Free Press: UT Vols beat Vanderbilt, 24-17
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Vols improved, met expectations
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Long, painful wait over for many Vols
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Vols set for big leap in 2015
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Jones says 'Vol Nation is unbelievable'
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Darr pins Vanderbilt deep at crucial time
- Maryville Daily Times: Maggitt helps send UT bowling
- Maryville Daily Times: Vols take side Lane after Hurd slowed
- Maryville Daily Times: Tennessee at Vanderbilt
- The Tennessean: Vols get three interceptions

This Day In #Vols History (Dec. 1)

On Dec. 1, 1951, #1 Tennessee defeats Vanderbilt 35-27 on homecoming. The Vols would go on to win the National Championship for a second year in a row under General Neyland.

On Dec. 1, 2001, in a re-scheduled game after the events of Sept. 11, 2001, Tennessee upset No. 2 Florida, 34-32 in a epic game at The Swamp. Travis Stephens ran for 226 yards and two touchdowns. Look back at the game on the 10-year anniversary with Andy Staples: Remembering Tennessee-Florida 2001.


DECEMBER 1 (10-1)
1900 W, 12-6 GEORGETOWN
1945 W, 45-0 VANDERBILT
1951 W, 35-27 VANDERBILT
1956 W, 27-7 Vanderbilt
1962 W, 30-0 Vanderbilt
1973 W, 20-17 VANDERBILT
1979 W, 31-10 VANDERBILT
1984 W, 29-13 Vanderbilt
1990 W, 49-20 Vanderbilt
2001 W, 34-32 No. 2 Florida
2007 L, 14-21 No. 5 Louisiana State (N) @ Atlanta, Ga. (SEC Championship)

#NFLVols Set for Week 13 Action


Titans vs. Texans, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Justin Hunter will suit up to take the field against the No. 3 rusher in the NFL, Arian Foster. Foster has missed the last two weeks but is expected to play this Sunday.

Giants vs. Jaguars, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Robert Ayers will make the trip to Jacksonville to take on center Jacques McClendon. Ayers has remained consistent in racking up tackles for the Giants. 

Panthers vs. Vikings, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Since sustaining hip and chest injuries this season, Cordarrelle Patterson has not racked up his usual yardage. He is now dealing with knee and ankle injuries and has not practiced much this week, but was back on Friday.

Saints vs. Steelers, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Ramon Foster and starting rookie Daniel McCullers will host VFL Parys Haralson in the match-up. 

Raiders vs. St. Louis, 1 p.m. (CBS)
A week after their first win of the season, Oakland will try for win #2 as they head to St. Louis to visit the home of starting center and VFL Scott Wells. Mychal Rivera and Denarius Moore are both expected to suit up. 

Cardinals vs. Falcons, 4:05 p.m. (FOX)
After sustaining just their second loss, the Cardinals will travel on the road to meet with the current NFC South leaders, the Falcons. James Stone has started for the Falcons in his rookie season.  

Broncos vs. Chiefs, 8:30 p.m. (NBC)
It'll be a VLF-filled game on Sunday night with Denver bringing three and the Chiefs home to four, including Eric Berry. Peyton Manning, Malik Jackson and Britton Colquitt will travel to Kansas City to take on VFLs Zach Fulton and Dustin Colquitt. Tyler Bray remains on injured reserve. This will be the annual meeting between the Colquitt brothers.


Jason Witten had one reception for eight yards.  

SEAHAWKS  19, 49ers 3
Starting LDT Tony McDaniel had one tackle in the win. 

Happy Birthday - Nov. 30

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On Nov. 30, we wish a very Happy Birthday to VFL running back Shawn Bryson, who was one of four team captains on the 1998 National Championship team, and current freshman quarterback Devin Smith.

This Day In #Vols History (Nov. 30)

Tennessee has not lost on Nov. 30 since 1911, since then, Tennessee has posted a 12-0-2 record.

On Nov. 30, 1985, the Vols cliched the SEC Championship with a 30-0 win over Vanderbilt.

On Nov. 30, 1997, the defense held strong as the Vols beat Vanderbilt, 14-7 in Nashville.

On Nov. 30, 2002, Tennessee blanked Kentucky, 24-0 as Casey Clausen hit Derrick Tinsley for a pair of TD passes.

NOVEMBER 30 (14-2-2)
1905 L, 0-29 Alabama (N) @ Birmingham, Ala.
1911 L, 0-12 Kentucky State
1922 W, 14-7 KENTUCKY
1933 W, 27-0 Kentucky
1939 W, 19-0 Kentucky
1940 W, 20-0 Vanderbilt
1946 W, 7-6 Vanderbilt
1957 W, 20-6 VANDERBILT
1963 W, 14-0 VANDERBILT
1968 W, 10-7 Vanderbilt
1974 T, 21-21 Vanderbilt
1985 W, 30-0 VANDERBILT
1991 W, 45-0 VANDERBILT
1996 W, 14-7 Vanderbilt
2002 W, 24-0 KENTUCKY

Saturday's Tennessee Football Briefing (11/29/14)

Tennessee takes on Vanderbilt at 4 p.m., on Saturday seeking to become bowl-eligible for the first time since 2010. Get all of your info on the contest: FOOTBALL CENTRAL: Vols at Vandy.

Here's a look at what the media is writing:
- Chattanooga Times Free Press: Tennessee Vols go for win No. 6 at Vanderbilt
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Beating Vanderbilt 'is everything' for UT
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Matchups for Tennessee and Vanderbilt
- Knoxville News Sentinel: 5 Big Things: UT vs. Vanderbilt
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Jakob Johnson works on mastering the mike
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Vols to bowl over Commodores

This Day In #Vols History (Nov. 29)

The Vols have only lost once on Nov. 29 since 1906, posting a 12-1-1 record since.

On Nov. 29, 1997, Peyton Manning and Leonard Little each played their final regular-season game with the Vols on Senior Day. As the Vols beat Vanderbilt, 17-10.

On Nov. 29, 1998, the Vols were ranked No. 1 in the nation for the 14th time. The Vols took that No. 1 ranking into the SEC Championship game a week later.

On Nov. 29, 2008, Phillip Fulmer coached his final game with Tennessee, a 28-10 win over Kentucky.

NOVEMBER 29 (12-2-1)
1906 L, 0-51 Alabama (N) @ Birmingham, Ala.
1923 W, 18-0 Kentucky
1928 T, 0-0 KENTUCKY
1934 W, 19-0 KENTUCKY
1941 W, 26-7 No. 12 VANDERBILT
1947 W, 12-7 VANDERBILT
1952 W, 46-0 Vanderbilt
1958 W, 10-6 No. 15 Vanderbilt
1969 W, 40-27 VANDERBILT
1975 L, 14-17 VANDERBILT
1980 W, 51-13 Vanderbilt
1986 W, 35-20 Vanderbilt
1997 W, 17-10 VANDERBILT
2003 W, 20-7 Kentucky
2008 W, 28-10 KENTUCKY

This Day In #Vols History (Nov. 28)

The Vols have won their last six games played on Nov. 28, every game since 1970.

On Nov. 28, 1987, the Vols overcame the greatest deficit in school history to win a game, as Tennessee trailed Vanderbilt 28-3 in the second quarter and went on to win 38-36. "There were as many big plays in this game and as big a comeback as I can remember," head coach Johnny Majors said after his Vols rallied from a 25-point deficit.

The Vols fell behind, 28-3, midway through the second quarter and trailed until fullback William Howard's six-yard scoring run gave them a 32-28 lead with 9:45 left in the third quarter. The go-ahead touchdown was set up when Vanderbilt's Jeff Mayes fumbled a kickoff return and Tennessee's Chris Treece recovered.

On Nov. 28, 1998, the Vols pounded Vanderbilt, 41-0. Tee Martin threw for 241 yards including 181 to Peerless Price, including a 67-yard TD. Travis Henry and Travis Stephens also ran for touchdowns.

NOVEMBER 28 (8-5-2)
1901 T, 6-6 Alabama (N) @ Birmingham, Ala.
1907 L, 0-5 Alabama (N) @ Birmingham, Ala.
1912 L, 0-7 Alabama (N) @ Birmingham, Ala.
1929 T, 6-6 Kentucky
1935 L, 0-27 Kentucky
1942 W, 19-7 Vanderbilt
1953 W, 33-6 VANDERBILT
1959 L, 0-14 VANDERBILT
1964 L, 0-7 Vanderbilt
1970 W, 24-6 Vanderbilt
1981 W, 38-34 VANDERBILT
1987 W, 38-36 VANDERBILT
1992 W, 29-25 Vanderbilt
1998 W, 41-0 Vanderbilt
2009 W, 30-24 Kentucky (OT)

This Day In #Vols History (Nov. 27)

The Vols have won their last four games played on Nov. 27, all since 1993.


On Nov. 27, 1993, Tennessee crushed Vanderbilt, 62-14, in the final game played on artificial turf at Neyland Stadium.

On Nov. 27, 2004, Tennessee outlasted Kentucky, 37-31, as Gerald Riggs Jr. scored on a 12-yard TD with 12 seconds left.

On Nov. 27, 2010, the Vols won their 26th consecutive game vs. Kentucky, 24-14 in Knoxville. Freshman Tyler Bray threw for 354 yards and two touchdowns as the Vols became bowl eligible.

NOVEMBER 27 (10-6)
1900 W, 28-0 GRANT
1902 L, 0-11 CLEMSON
1913 W, 13-7 Kentucky State
1919 L, 0-13 Kentucky
1924 L, 6-27 KENTUCKY
1930 W, 8-0 KENTUCKY
1948 L, 6-28 No. 15 Vanderbilt
1954 L, 0-26 Vanderbilt
1965 W, 21-3 VANDERBILT
1971 W, 19-7 VANDERBILT
1976 W, 13-10 Vanderbilt
1982 L, 21-28 Vanderbilt
1993 W, 62-14 VANDERBILT
1999 W, 38-10 VANDERBILT
2004 W, 37-31 KENTUCKY
2010 W, 24-14 KENTUCKY

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