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Happy Birthday - Oct. 27

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Join us in wishing Emily Yarnell of women's track and field a Happy Birthday! We would also like to wish former football player Peerless Price a Happy Birthday!
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This Day In #Vols History (Oct. 27)

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Prior to a loss at South Carolina in 2012, the Vols had their most wins on any day without a loss on Oct. 27. Tennessee is 11-1 all-time on Oct. 27.

On Oct. 27, 2007. Tennessee beat South Carolina, 27-24 in overtime. Daniel Lincoln kicked the game-winning field goal in overtime from 27 yards out.

The Vols also beat No. 12 South Carolina on Oct. 27, 2001, 17-10. Travis Stephens ran for the game-winning 1-yard rush in the fourth quarter.

OCTOBER 27 (11-1)
1923 W, 7-3 Mississippi A&M (N)@ Memphis, Tenn.
1928 W, 26-7 WASHINGTON & LEE
1934 W, 14-6 DUKE
1945 W, 33-2 VILLANOVA
1956 W, 34-7 MARYLAND
1962 W, 48-14 CHATTANOOGA
1984 W, 24-21 Georgia Tech
2001 W, 17-10 No. 12 SOUTH CAROLINA
2007 W, 27-24 No. 15 SOUTH CAROLINA (OT)
2012 L, 35-38 No. 17 South Carolina

This Day In #Vols History (Oct. 26)

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Over the last 100 years, Oct. 26 is the latest date the Vols and Alabama have played. In 1996, led by Peyton Manning, the Vols beat No. 12 Alabama, 20-13.

OCTOBER 26 (9-4-1)
1901 L, 5-16 Nashville
1907 W, 34-0 MARYVILLE
1912 L, 6-33 University of the South (N)@ Chattanooga, Tenn.
1913 W, 9-0 DAVIDSON
1929 W, 30-0 Washington & Lee
1935 W, 25-14 CENTRE
1940 W, 14-0 FLORIDA
1946 L, 6-19 WAKE FOREST
1957 W, 16-0 Maryland
1963 W, 49-7 CHATTANOOGA
1974 W, 29-28 CLEMSON
1985 T, 6-6 GEORGIA TECH
1996 W, 20-13 No. 12 ALABAMA
2002 L, 14-34 No. 19 ALABAMA

#NFLVols Set For Week 8

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Check out who to look for with the start of week eight action:

Lions vs. Falcons, 9:30 a.m. (FOX)
The next set of Vols heading to London will be from Atlanta. Undrafted free agent James Stone was named the starting center this week.

Seahawks vs. Panthers, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Practice players Tauren Poole and Chris Scott will host Tony McDaniel of Seattle. McDaniel will start at DT.

Ravens vs. Bengals, 1 pm. (CBS)
Long snapper Morgan Cox tore his ACL and will be out for the remainder of the season.

Dolphins vs. Jaguars, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Offensive linemen Jacques McClendon and Ja'Wuan James will meet in Jacksonville when they meet for the first time this season. James will travel alongside Dallas Thomas. 

Rams vs. Chiefs, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Eric Berry hasn't seen action since a high ankle sprain in week two, but has returned to practice working with the scout team. It is unknown whether he will be able to play Sunday. Dustin Colquitt and Zach Fulton will take the field for the Chiefs this week. Starting center Scott Wells will make the trip for the Rams. 

Vikings vs. Buccaneers, 1 p.m. (FOX)
After a hip flexor strain in weke five, Cordarrelle Patterson was removed from the injury report this week. Tight end Luke Stocker will host Patterson .

Texans vs. Titans, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Arian Foster will return to the field after his fifth game of 100-plus rushing yards. He will face wide receiver Justin Hunter. 

Eagles vs. Cardinals, 4:05 p.m. (FOX)
Defensive lineman Dan Williams will host Philadelphia after a strong effort in last week's win at Oakland. VFL Williams is one of the important pieces of the Arizona defense after the loss of two defensive linemen. 

Raiders vs. Browns, 4:25 p.m. (CBS)
Mychal Rivera and Denarius Moore will be back in action after a loss to the Cardinals. 

Colts vs. Steelers, 4:25 p.m. (CBS)
Daniel McCullers made his NFL debut on Monday night against Houston. He played nine snaps in the game. Ramon Foster will also play along McCullers. 

Packers vs. Saints, 8:30 p.m. (NBC)
After earning his first career touchdown, fullback Austin Johnson will serve as a host for Green Bay. Johnson will suit up with VFLs Robert Meachem and Parys Haralson


Redskins vs. Cowboys, 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)
After becoming the second leading tight end in receiving yards, Jason Witten will return to the field for the main stage as he hosts Washington for MNF. 


In the win over San Diego, Manning threw his 90th career game with at least three touchdown passes. He has thrown a touchdown pass in 46 consecutive games and has thrown two-plus touchdowns in all seven games to start the year, marking only the eighth time to happen in NFL history. Malik Jackson had one tackle. 

Happy Birthday - Oct. 25

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As the Vols prepare to take on Bama, join us in wishing not one, but four Tennessee football players a very Happy Birthday: Jaylen Miller, Dontavius Blair, Derrell Scott and Michael Sawyers!

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Saturday's Tennessee Football Briefing (10/25/14)

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Get the latest on the Vols and Tide here: FOOTBALL CENTRAL: Vols vs. #4 Alabama.

Check out the latest from the media:
- Chattanooga Times Free Press: QB conundrum: Will Worley start for Vols?
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Vols looking to end 7-game skid to Alabama
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Stock up, stock down for Tennessee-Alabama
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Matchups for Alabama at Tennessee
- Knoxville News Sentinel: 5 Big Things: Tennessee vs. Alabama
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Five Questions: No. 4 Alabama at Tennessee
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Notes: Peterman, Dobbs 'both' could play

News out of Alabama includes: 
- Montgomery Advertiser: Game preview: Alabama at Tennessee

This Day In #Vols History (Oct. 25)

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The Vols and Crimson Tide played an epic 5-overtime thriller on Oct. 25, 2003. Relive the game as Casey Clausen finished 23-of-43 for 283 yards and four touchdowns, a performance that pushed his road record as a starter at Tennessee to 12-1. James Banks set career highs in yards with 103 and touchdowns with two.


OCTOBER 25 (5-7-1)
1902 L, 5-12 VANDERBILT
1906 T, 5-5 American University (N) @ Harriman, Tenn.
1919 L, 0-14 Clemson
1941 W, 21-6 CINCINNATI
1952 W, 50-0 WOFFORD
1958 L, 0-10 FLORIDA STATE
1980 L, 6-30 No. 12 PITTSBURGH
1986 L, 13-14 Georgia Tech
2003 W, 51-43 Alabama (5 OT)
2008 L, 9-29 No. 2 ALABAMA

It's #BigOrangeFriday, and time to get set for a full weekend of action on Rocky Top. 

- It starts tonight with Big Orange Madness at 7:00 p.m. at Thompson-Boling Arena. 

Doors open at 6 p.m. ET. From 6-7 p.m., the Pride of the Southland Pep Band and DJ "Sterl the Pearl" will provide music while the UT athletic marketing staff conducts contests and interactive fan activities. The 60-minute Big Orange Madness "program" will begin at 7 p.m. ET.

Activities throughout the night include player introductions, short intrasquad scrimmages by both teams, a brief 3-point shooting contest and slam dunk exhibition and appearances by the UT band, dance team and cheerleaders, as well as Smokey.

- Tennessee soccer heads on the road to face the Florida Gators.

The game will be on SEC Network+, and you can watch live right HERE.

UT returns home to face Missouri at 4:00 p.m. Sunday, a game that can be seen on ESPNU.

- Tennessee Football hosts Alabama on Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. on ESPN2. Saturday's game marks the 97th meeting between the Vols and Crimson Tide. 

You can watch live HERE.
Listen live HERE.
Live Stats are HERE

Friday's Tennessee Football Briefing (10/24/14)

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The Vols are going through final preparations for Saturday's showdown with #4 Alabama. Get the full preview in our FOOTBALL CENTRAL: Vols vs. #4 Alabama and all of your fan information: GAMEDAY

Get the latest on the Vols quarterback situation from head coach Butch Jones as he spoke on The Zone 104.5 in Nashville on Thursday: Jones Updates Vols' Quarterbacks Situation On 104.5.

Saturday will mark the soft launch of the Vols' new Ray and Lucy Hand Digital Studio, find out more about it: Ray and Lucy Hand Digital Studio Launch

Also on UTSports.com: 

The latest news on the Vols includes: 
- Chattanooga Times Free Press: Worley's status 'ongoing' for Vols-Tide
- Knoxville News Sentinel: If Worley is out, Dobbs may be in
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Notes: Peterman, Dobbs 'both' could play

Here's a look at news out of Alabama: 
- Montgomery Advertiser: Tide defense shows improvement
- Montgomery Advertiser: Notebook: Saban talks favorite movies

This Day In #Vols History (Oct. 24)

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The Vols have a 12-3-2 record all-time on Oct. 24. Tennessee didn't lose a game on the date from 1925 through 1998. In the National Championship season of 1998, the Vols dumped Alabama, 35-18 on Oct. 24 as Travis Henry ran for 113 yards and two touchdowns. Peerless Price returned a kickoff 100 yards to equal the longest return in UT history.

OCTOBER 24 (12-3-2)
1892 L, 0-54 University of the South
1896 W, 4-0 Chattanooga Athletic Club
1908 W, 10-0 GEORGIA
1914 W, 17-7 ALABAMA
1924 L, 2-7 Mississippi A&M (N) @ Memphis, Tenn.
1931 W, 7-0 North Carolina
1936 W, 15-13 No. 2 DUKE
1942 W, 52-7 FURMAN
1953 W, 59-6 LOUISVILLE
1959 W, 23-0 CHATTANOOGA
1964 T, 3-3 No. 7 Louisiana State
1970 W, 38-7 FLORIDA
1981 W, 28-9 Memphis State
1987 W, 29-15 GEORGIA TECH
1998 W, 35-18 ALABAMA
2009 L, 10-12 No. 1 Alabama

Also on Oct. 24, 1970, Tennessee thumped Florida, 38-7. Bobby Scott threw for a then-record 385 passing yards and was named the AP Back of the Week. Jackie Walker also returned an interception 19 yards for a touchdown.

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