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A freshman with a wealth of international experience already under her belt, Puerto Rico native Kanisha Jimenez has settled in nicely with the UT volleyball program. Hailing from Bayamon, Puerto Rico, Jimenez has started in eight of this season's 10 matches and leads the team with 35 sets played. Displaying a well-rounded skill set, Jimenez is fifth on the team in total kills with 45, third on the team in total blocks with 24, and second on the team in total digs at 106. She recorded her first double-double of her career in a 3-1 win, posting 11 kills to go with 20 digs and has the most aces in any single game for the Lady Vols this season after dropping in four at Evansville. 

Here's a look at a feature story from the University of Tennessee's Daily Beacon, documenting Jimenez's transition to Knoxville:

UT Recognized For 'Best Sailgating'

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Tennessee has been recognized by SelfStorage.com for having the best "Sailgating" in the nation with the Vol Navy. Awesome College Tailgating Traditions in the U.S. [Infographic]

"The University of Tennessee is home to the Vol Navy, a dedicated and ever-growing group of alumni and fans that pull their boats up behind the stadium to enjoy everything the pregame festivities to offer," according to Bleacher Report. 

Happy Birthday - Sept. 17

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Join us in wishing VFL Anders Storvik a very Happy Birthday! The former member of the Tennessee swimming and diving team was an All-American honoree. He competed in the backstroke and freestyle events. 

Vols Have Witten's Attention

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Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten tries to hold off Washington Redskins inside linebacker Rocky McIntosh during the first half of an 2011 NFL football game in Arlington, Texas.
Jason Witten's day job kept him from staying up for all of Tennessee's game against Oklahoma, but he liked the progress he saw on the field Saturday night. 

Mark Wiedmer of the Chattanooga Times Free Press caught up with the Cowboys star: http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2014/sep/17/wiedmer-ex-vol-witten-likes-what-he-sees-from-ut/

Witten is familar with the talent on the field, he worked out with the team during the summer:

Wednesday's Tennessee Football Briefing (9/17/14)

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Butch Jones put the Vols through a tough practice on Tuesday as featured on UTSports.com: #VolReport: Open Week=Work Week.

The Vols' defense was been stellar on third-down all season. Brian Rice writes about the success: Third Act A Success.

Here's everything Butch Jones had to say on Tuesday: Butch Jones Transcript (9/16/14).

Check out coverage from the media:

- Chattanooga Times Free Press: UT Vols' Josh Smith to sit out practice this week
- Chattanooga Times Free Press: Ex-Vol Jason Witten likes what he sees from UT
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Stress will make young Vols better
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Instant analysis: Tuesday's UT practice
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Notes: OL remains work in progress

The Day In #Vols History (Sept. 17)

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The first win in Johnny Majors' career as head coach of the Vols came on Sept. 17, 1977 with a 24-18 win over Boston College at Neyland Stadium. In the game, the Vols forced eight turnovers by the Eagles (four interceptions and four fumbles). When the Vols forced Western Kentucky into seven turnovers a year ago in week two, the 1977 game was researched as the one with the most turnovers other than the 1984 game vs. Memphis with seven turnovers by the Tigers. 

SEPTEMBER 17 (1-4) 
1977 W, 24-18 BOSTON COLLEGE 
1988 L, 9-34 No. 9 LOUISIANA STATE 
1994 L, 0-31 No. 1 FLORIDA 
2005 L, 7-16 No. 6 Florida 
2011 L, 23-33 No. 16 Florida

Jabari Greer Ready For Next Move

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An injury in 2013 had former Vol Jabari Greer at home with his family during football season. It also changed his priorities. 

After announcing his retirement during an appearance for his new career path, broadcaster, on ESPN2's First Take last week, Greer sat down with the Jackson Sun about walking away from his football career, starting a new one and his change in priorities. 

Crompton Starting As Montreal QB In CFL

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After toiling as a back-up with the Edmonton Eskimos last season and early this season with Montreal, former Vols quarterback has emerged as the starting signal caller with the Montreal Alouettes in the CFL. 

Crompton has started the last three games for the Alouettes and has led the Als to a pair of wins. 

On the season, Crompton has completed 66-of-108 passes for 61.1 completion percentage for 886 yards with two touchdowns. 

Here's a look at some recent coverage of Crompton, North of the Border:

- Montreal Gazette: Alouettes' notebook

Cheering For The Vols In Space

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Thanks to #VFL Michelle Marciniak for this link.

Astronaut Butch Wilmore wasn't going to the International Space Station without some assurances that he'd have access to Tennessee Football - and a DVR.

Support For Vols Shown On The Rock

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