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On Nov. 8 we celebrate the birthday of the late Coach Ray Mears, who led the Tennessee men's basketball program for 15 years. Mears registered 278 victories, a .713 winning percentage and three SEC Championships from 1962-77 on Rocky Top. He passed away at the age of 80 on June 11, 2007.
Join us in wishing two legacy freshmen, Evan and Elliott Berry, a very Happy Birthday! Their brother Eric Berry was a standout safety for the Vols and is currently with the Chiefs.
We also want to say Happy Birthday to VFL Corey Miller who set a Tennessee all-time record for sacks in a game with 4.5 against Kentucky.
Join us in wishing two birthday wishes to members of Tennessee Football, Coach Robert Gillespie and defensive lineman Charles Folger!
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!
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!
Happy Birthday to current defensive back Brian Randolph and VFL Pat McGlothin, a former Tennessee baseball player who went on to play with the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Join us in wishing a Happy Birthday to RS-sophomore Joe Stocstill of Tennessee Football.
Stocstill has seen action in five games this season.
Join us in wishing a very Happy Birthday to Danny O'Brien and Ryan Ault of football and Caitlyn Williams of women's tennis!
Happy Birthday to three special current and former Vol Football players, Todd Kelly Jr., Danny Finch and the legendary Hank Lauricella!
Lauricella was a back for the Vols from 1949-51. He earned All-American honors in 1951 and All-SEC First Team selection in 1950 and 1951. He won a regional award in 1950 for most outstanding tailback and was second in the 1951 Heisman vote. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1981.
Kelly is one of the seven legacy freshmen on the roster, following his father Todd Kelly Sr. He has started in two of the five games so far this season and has 13 tackles and two interceptions on the season.
Finch, a redshirt freshman long snapper, has yet to see action for the Vols. He was a three-year letterwinner at Maryville High School and helped his team to the championship game in each of his seasons on varsity, winning the 2010 and 2011 titles.
Join us in wishing senior Cheyenne Spade and freshman Willie Carmichael III a very Happy Birthday!
Since transferring to Tennessee, Spade has scored five goals and has played in 31 games, starting 23. Carmichael hails from Apopka, Fla. and was rated as the 25th-ranked prospect in the state of Florida. He will look to serve a role at the forward position.