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The Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox defeated the Harwich Mariners, 2-0, on Tuesday night to advance to the Cape Cod Baseball League Championship Series. 

Red Sox members and current #Vols Vincent Jackson, Drake Owenby and A.J. Simcox will face the West Division Champion Falmouth Commodores in Game 1, beginning Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. ET. The Championship Series will be played as a best-of-three series, with live stats available via Pointstreak.com.

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Read more from last night's East Division Championship recap:

Wednesday's Tennessee Football Briefing (8/13/14)

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Two freshmen tight ends have elevated the battle for playing time at the position, check out this feature on Daniel Helm and Ethan Wolf: A Healthy Dose of Competition.

Also on UTSports.com: 

Here's what the media is writing:

- Knoxville News Sentinel: Movers, shakers at UT camp

McCullers Ready To Contribute With Steelers

VFL Daniel McCullers is featured on Steelers.com: McCullers: 'I feel like I can contribute'

"I just have to continue to work on my technique," said McCullers, "my pad level, learn the system and keys. Once I get that down pat I feel like I can contribute to the team."

Also the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review has this story on McCullers: Steelers rookie McCullers proving he's no pushover

Tuesday's Tennessee Football Briefing (8/12/14)

The stream of notable visitors to join Butch Jones and Team 118 continued on Monday night as longtime NFL coach Jerry Glanville spoke to the team after the second of its two practices. 

Check out the Photo Gallery‚Äč from last night.

Here's a look at coverage on UTSports.com from the early session on Monday.

The media wrote the following:

- Chattanooga Times Free Press: Simple plan working for UT Vols' Derek Barnett
- Knoxville News Sentinel: "Pig" Howard grateful to be back
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Monday practice observations: Butch Jones
- Knoxville News Sentinel: All banners count for Vols
- Knoxville News Sentinel: First newcomers shed stripes

#NFLVols After Week 1 Of Preseason (8/11/14)

The first full weekend of NFL Preseason action is in the book and 33 of 40 VFLs played in games. 

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- Among those players, rookie offensive lineman Ja'Wuan James of the Miami Dolphins and Zach Fulton of the Kansas City Chiefs each drew starting nods. 

- Rookie Rajion Neal scored his first NFL touchdown for the Green Bay Packers and ran for 39 yards in the rain at Tennessee. The Packers won 20-16

- Peyton Manning did his usual, completing 10-of-13 passes for 78 yards on two drives, before a lightning delay. Denver won 21-16 in a Super Bowl rematch

- With the New York Jets, Matt Simms played quarterback for all of the second half and completed 13-of-18 for 96 yards and led the Jets to the game-winning drive in the final minute, as New York beat the Colts, 13-10

- Denarius Moore had three catches for 28 yards for the Oakland Raiders while fellow VFL Cordarrelle Patterson also had three catches for the Vikings, for 38 yards. Minnesota won 10-6.
  - Daily Norseman: Stock Market Report: Raiders

Position Team Result Stats
Robert Ayers DE New York Giants Def. Pittsburgh 20-16 Made two tackles, one tackle for loss
Eric Berry DB Kansas City Chiefs Def. Cincinnati 41-39 DNP
Tyler Bray QB Kansas City Chiefs Def. Cincinnati 41-39 Completed 2-3 passes for 37 yards
Alex Bullard OL Detroit Lions Def. Cleveland 13-12 Played at G
Dustin Colquitt P Kansas City Chiefs Def. Cincinnati 41-39 Punted two times for 106 yards
Britton Colquitt P Denver Broncos Def. Seattle 21-16 Punted two times for 83 yards
Morgan Cox LS Baltimore Ravens Def. San Francisco 23-3 Played at LS
Arian Foster RB Houstan Texans Lost to Arizona 32-0 DNP
Ramon Foster OT Pittsburgh Steelers Lost to New York Giants 20-16 Started at LG
Zach Fulton G Kansas City Chiefs Def. Cincinnati 41-39 Started at RG
Omar Gaither LB Atlanta Flacons Def. Miami 16-10 DNP
Parys Haralson LB New Orleans Saints Def. St. Louis 26-24 Started at OLB
Justin Hunter WR Tennessee Titans Def. Green Bay 20-16 Made one reception for five yards
Malik Jackson DL Denver Broncos Def. Seattle 21-16 Made one tackle
Ja'Wuan James OL Miami Dolphins Lost to Atlanta 16-10 Started at RT
Austin Johnson FB New Orleans Saints Def. St. Louis 26-24 Started at FB, Caught two passes for one yard
Peyton Manning QB Denver Broncos Def. Seattle 21-16 Completed 10-13 passes for 78 yards 
Jerod Mayo LB New England Patriots Lost to Washington 23-6 DNP
Jacques McClendon OL Jacksonville Jaguars Def. Tampa Bay 16-10 Started at RG
Tony McDaniel DT Seattle Seahawks Lost to Denver 21-16 Started at DT
Daniel McCullers DT Pittsburgh Steelers Lost to New York Giants 20-16 Made one tackle
Robert Meachem WR New Orleans Saints Def. St. Louis 26-24 Started at WR
Marvin Mitchell LB Minnesota Vikings Def. Oakland 10-6 DNP
Denarius Moore WR Oakland Raiders Lost to Minnesota 10-6 Made three receptions for 28 yards
Raijon Neal RB Green Bay Packers  Lost to Tennessee 20-16 Rushed five times for 39 yards and one touchdown
Cordarrelle Patterson WR Minnesota Vikings Def. Oakland 10-6 Started at WR. Caught three passes for 38 yards
Tauren Poole  RB Pittsburgh Steelers Lost to New York Giants 20-16 Rushed five times for 17 yards
Antonio Richardson OL Minnesota Vikings Def. Oakland 10-6 Played at OT
Dontavis Sapp LB Dallas Cowboys Lost to San Diego 27-7 Assisted on two tackles
Mychal Rivera TE Oakland Raiders Lost to Minnesota 10-6 Started at TE
Chris Scott OL Carolina Panthers Lost to Buffalo 20-18 Played at G
Jarrod Shaw OL Oakland Raiders Lost to Minnesota 10-6 Played at OL
Matt Simms QB New York Jets Def. Indianapolis 13-10 Completed 13-18 passes for 96 yards
Jacques Smith LB Atlanta Flacons Def. Miami 16-10 Made one tackle
Luke Stocker TE Tampa Bay Bucs Lost to Jacksonville 16-10 Played at TE
James Stone OL Atlanta Flacons Def. Miami 16-10 Played at C
Dallas Thomas OL Miami Dolphins Lost to Atlanta 16-10 Started at RG
Scott Wells OL St. Louis Rams Lost to New Orleans 26-24 DNP
Dan Williams  DT Arizona Cardinals Def. Texans 32-0 Played at NT
Jason Witten TE Dallas Cowboys Lost to San Diego 27-7 DNP

#VolsOnTour - ATP Rankings (8/11/14)

Current Vols Hunter Reese and Jack Schipanski finished up their month-long Futures road trip last week, reaching the doubles semifinals of the Edwardsville (Ill.) Futures. The semifinal appearance means the first doubles ATP points for Reese.

Here are the new ATP rankings as of Aug. 11, 2014:

John-Patrick Smith
Singles: 179 (-1)
Doubles: 70 (+1)
Note: Reached the doubles semifinals of the Aptos $100K Challenger with Austin Krajicek ... Off this week in preparation for the U.S. Open.

Rhyne Williams
Singles: 212 (+33)
Doubles: 295 (+3)
Note: Jumped up more than 30 spots in the rankings after reaching the singles semifinals at the Aptos $100K Challenger ... Off this week.

Tennys Sandgren
Singles: 293 (-19)
Doubles: 209 (-3)
Note: Currently out of action rehabbing from hip surgery ... Scheduled to make his return in U.S. Open qualifying.

Matteo Fago
Singles: 835 (+85)
Doubles: 471 (+34)
Note: Points added from singles semifinal and doubles final at an Italy Futures $10K ... Off this week.

Ramsey Records First Pro Hit, Home Run

#VFL Matt Ramsey has experienced a smooth transition following his trade to the Miami Marlins organization from Tampa Bay in early July. Now with the Double A Jacksonville Suns, Ramsey has maintained a 1.53 ERA with 26 strikeouts over his 17.2 total innings pitched for the Suns. And on Sunday night against the Mississippi Braves, he added another career milestone as the right-handed reliever hit a solo home run for his first-career hit as a professional.

Despite taking the loss in relief, Ramsey helped his team's cause against the Braves by recording his first-ever hit in the seventh, launching a home run over the right field wall to give Jacksonville a 3-2 lead. It marked just his third professional at-bat since being drafted by Tampa Bay in 2011.

During his three seasons with the Volunteer Baseball Program (2009-11), the former Farragut High School standout hit for a .262 average with six home runs, each accounted for during the 2010 season. He had 27 career RBIs and compiled a .402 slugging percentage over his 229 career at-bats, while holding a 4-6 record with nine saves and a 4.43 ERA in his 56 appearances (two starts) on the mound.

Check out Sunday's Jacksonville Suns game recap and more on Ramsey's homer:

Monday's Tennessee Football Briefing (8/11/14)

The Vols are back on Haslam Field for a double-session on Monday as the season opener is just 20 days away. 

On Saturday, the Vols had their first scrimmage of camp. Get the latest from Butch Jones and Team 118 following the session.

Here's a look at the latest coverage from the media: 
- Chattanooga Times Free Press: 'Steady' Gilliam still UT Vols' leader at left tackle
- Jackson Sun: Charter comes through for SEC fans
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Football 'fun' again for Peterman
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Jones: QBs show 'improvement'
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Observations from Tennessee's scrimmage
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Mahoney keeping tabs on ex-Vol linemen
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Family time short for coaches

The first full weekend of NFL Preseason action began on Thursday and continues on Saturday with four games. There are VFLs playing in each of the games:

Browns vs. Lions, 7:30 p.m.
Lions rookie offensive lineman Alex Bullard is expected to make an appearance against the Browns after receiving first-team reps during training camp.

Steelers vs. Giants, 7:30 p.m
Three former Vols will suit up for the Steelers, guard Ramon Foster, tackle Daniel McCullers and running back Tauren Poole, as they travel to take on the Giants. New York defensive end Robert Ayers will welcome three. 

Packers vs. Titans, 8:00 p.m.
Wide receiver Justin Hunter and the Titans welcome Rajion Neal and the Packers to Nashville for tonight's game. Hunter and Neal played together from 2010-2013.

Texans vs. Cardinals, 8:00 p.m.
Tackle Dan Williams welcomes Arian Foster and the Texans in their preseason opener. Foster is not expected to play this game for undisclosed reasons. However, both are expected to make large contributions to their respective teams this season.

Saturday's Tennessee Football Briefing (8/9/14)

The Vols have their first scrimmage of camp on Saturday night. Early Saturday morning, they practiced on Haslam Field. Check out the action.

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Here's a look at coverage of Friday's practice:

Media coverage includes:
- Knoxville News Sentinel: UT coaches hope to see energy in scrimmage
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Updates from Friday's practice

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