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Happy Birthday - March 5: Duer and Creamer

A duo of birthdays to celebrate on March 5, sophomore distance runner Caroline Duer and football early enrollee Neiko Creamer.

   

Neiko Creamer has always been a Vols fans. After all, his dad Andre was a standout for the Orange & White in the 1980s. Get to know Neiko in the out series "Welcome to Team 118."

Happy Birthday - March 4: Giampapa and Saberhagen

On March 4 we send birthday wishes to redshirt junior long snapper Matt Giampapa and senior left-handed pitcher Dalton Saberhagen

  

Lady Vol Illustrated & Vol Calls Set For Monday Night


Tennessee head basketball coach Cuonzo Martin, Lady Vols head basketball coach Holly Warlick, ESPN recruiting analyst and commentator Tom Luginbill and former Vol basketball player Steve Ray (1979-82) make up the guest lineup for "Vol Calls"  on the Vol Network tonight (Monday, March 3). The show originates from Calhoun's On the River in downtown Knoxville at 8 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. Central with co-hosts Bob Kesling and Brent Hubbs. Fans may tune in across the state on the Vol Radio Network or listen online at utsports.com. Listeners can ask a question by dialing 1-800-688-8657 - Verizon customers can dial #TENN - or submit a question via Facebook at VolNetwork-IMG.

Lady Vol Illustrated will feature Holly Warlick and post player Isabelle Harrison at 7 p.m. ET. Softball's Lexi Overstreet will also guest on the show. 

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Lady Vols take down SEC regular-season champions

The No. 10/9 Lady Vol basketball team took down the SEC regular-season champions, No. 4/5 South Carolina, on Sunday afternoon, sending senior Meighan Simmons off with a victory in her last regular-season home game. Tennessee snapped a 10-game win streak for the Gamecocks. The 73-61 win was the first for UT over a top-five ranked opponent since Dec. 19, 2010 when Tennessee claimed a victory over Stanford. The Lady Vols had been on a 0-9 streak when playing top-five ranked teams. 

See what media had to say about the Lady Vols' final win of the regular season.  

Victory over South Carolina
Inside Tennessee ($): Lady Vols seize win on Senior Day

Sunday's Tennessee Football Briefing (3/2/14)

Tease photo

The Chattanooga Times Free Press has a story on the impact the Vols' new receiving weapons provide for Team 118. Check out Patrick Brown's piece right here: Newcomers add to Vols' pass-catching options.

In the Knoxville News Sentinel, Evan Woodbery takes a look at the hubs for SEC schools' recruiting. The Vols stayed close to home in 2014 and keep the majority of home-grown talent in the Volunteer State: In SEC recruiting, most schools stick close to home.

Sunday's Tennessee Basketball Briefing (3/2/14)

Happy Birthday - Feb. 28: A. Davis, J. Croom and M. Christy

A busy day for birthdays in the Tennessee athletics family. Celebrating on Feb. 28, Vol For Life Coordinator and former Vols All-American Antone Davisredshirt sophomore receiver Jason Croom and sophomore soccer player Michele Christy


      

Happy Birthday - Feb. 27: Cameron Sutton

On Feb. 27 we send Happy Birthday wishes to current football defensive back Cameron Sutton.




Thursday's Tennessee Basketball Briefing (2/27/14)

The Vols picked up their ninth wire-to-wire win this season with a 75-68 Win At Mississippi State on Wednesday night. Tennessee is now tied for fourth place in the lead -- but holds the tie-breakers on both LSU and Ole Miss. 

Here's a look at the highlights of the game: 


Check out media coverage from the game: 
- Chattanooga Times Free Press: McRae saves Vols late against MSU
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Vols fend off the pressure, get a win



Wednesday's Tennessee Football Briefing (2/26/14)

Tennessee head football coach Butch Jones looks on from the sideline at Neyland Stadium.
In the Chattanooga Times Free Press, Patrick Brown has a story on Butch Jones after an interview on Tuesday. The piece touches on the increased effort of the Vols and their major improvements in the areas of strength and conditioning. 

"This is probably the most busiest time of the year that we're going through right now, because you try to do so many things during this period of time," the Vols' second-year coach said at the end of a 15-minute interview with the Times Free Press just before lunchtime.


On Wednesday at the Knoxville Tip-Off Club, Butch Jones raved about linebacker Curt Maggitt, calling him the 'heart and soul' of the Vols. Read more here: Butch Jones, at tipoff club, call Curt Maggitt 'heart and soul' of Vols


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