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Vol Calls - Monday Night at 8 p.m.

Vol Calls returns to the airwaves on Monday night at 8 p.m. ET, with some special football guests. Seniors Daniel Hood and Michael Palardy will be on location at Calhoun's on the River. 

Also on Monday's show will be men's basketball head coach Cuonzo Martin and women's head coach Holly Warlick. 

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Vol Calls Moves To Monday, Tonight At 8 p.m.

Vol Calls from the Vol Network moves to Monday night at 8 p.m. ET., at Calhoun's on the River.

Men's basketball coach Cuonzo Martin and Dean Lockwood of the women's basketball staff will be guests. 

The show will also include interviews with Butch Jones, Joshua Dobbs and more.

Vol Calls - Wednesday Night At 8 p.m.

Vol Calls returns to the airwaves on Wednesday night as men's basketball head coach Cuonzo Martin will be a special guest along with the football team's director of player personnel Bob Welton. Join us live at Calhoun's on the River at 8 ET and listen on the Vol Network at 8 ET/7CT.

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Vol Calls - Wednesday Night At 8 p.m.

Vol Calls from the Vol Network returns to the airwaves tonight at 8ET/7CT. Be sure to join us at Calhoun's On The River as Butch Jones will be on hand to preview the Vols' game vs. #7 Auburn. 

Lady Vol basketball coach Holly Warlick will also be a guest on the show around 8:40 ET.

If you can't make it out in person, be sure to listen online:

Vol Calls - Wednesday Night At 8 p.m.

Vol Calls returns to the airwave on Wednesday night from Calhoun's on the River as football coach Butch Jones will be on location while men's basketball coach Cuonzo Martin will be a call-in guest. Be sure to listen to the Vol Network starting at 8 ET/7 CT for the latest on Tennessee:

Friday's Tennessee Football Briefing (10/18/13)

Saturday will be a special day as More Than 200 VFLs Are Set To Return To Neyland Saturday. They will honored as the "VFL Legends Of The Game" and go through the Vol Walk and Run Through the T with the 2013 edition of the Vols. 

Get all of your gameday in on the Vols' clash: FOOTBALL CENTRAL: #11/9 South Carolina.

Also on, read up: 

Get the latest on the Vols and Gamecocks in these stories:

- Knoxville News Sentinel: The Matchups: Vols-Gamecocks
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Charlie Daniel draws Tennessee

News on South Carolina: 

- Lindy's Sports Annuals: South Carolina at Tennessee
- Spartanburg Herald Journal: USC quarterback Shaw causing double trouble

Denton To Guest On 'Big Orange Hotline'


Legendary Neyland Stadium public address announcer Bobby Denton will be a special guest on "Big Orange Hotline" tonight at Dead End BBQ off Sutherland Avenue with Bob Kesling, Pat Ryan and Jeff Francis. The show will also feature a scouting report on Western Kentucky from the play-by-play voice of the Hilltoppers, Randy Lee, along with comments from Coach Butch Jones, quarterback Justin Worley, running back Rajion Neal and offensive lineman Ja'Wuan James. 8 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. CT on the Vol Network.

Dave Hart Interview On CSS

Tennessee Athletics Director and Vice Chancellor was a guest on CSS recently as he discussed the upcoming football season. Check out his interview with Mark Nagi:

Happy Birthday - Aug. 2: Justus Pickett, Roger Frazier

On the first day of Tennessee football camp, we celebrate the birthday of running back Justus Pickett, who recently transferred to UT from the University of Maryland. Also celebrating on Aug. 2 is head equipment manager Roger Frazier, who enters his 30th season with the Vols in 2013.

Justus Pickett Roger Frazier

Knoxville Named America's Most Patriotic City

Any American will tell you the United States is a patriotic country, but as we mark another Independence Day, can any city stake a claim to be the most patriotic? Foursquare, the popular app that enables mobile check-ins at venues across the nation, has applied an interesting formula to try to provide an answer.

According to Foursquare's analysis, the USA's most patriotic city is ... Knoxville, Tenn., followed by Oklahoma City and Raleigh, N.C. Foursquare bases the list on an analysis of activity from July 4, 2012, when they found that residents of these cities were most likely to check in at parks, parades and fireworks celebrations. Here's a look at the top ten:

1. Knoxville, Tenn. 

2. Oklahoma City 

3. Raleigh, N.C. 

4. San Antonio, Texas 

5. Houston  

6. Sarasota, Fla.

7. Phoenix 

8. Baltimore 

9. Charlotte, N.C. 

10. Kansas City, Mo.

Read the full story from USA Today: USA's Most Patriotic Cities

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