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Browns vs. Falcons, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Starting center James Stone will suit up to host Cleveland this week. The Falcons currently lead their division with a 4-6 record.

Bengals vs. Texans, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Arian Foster is listed as day-to-day after sustaining a groin injury in week nine. If he is able to play, Foster will take the field against Cincinnati.
 - Houston Texans: Arian Foster is "day-to-day"

Jaguars vs. Colts, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Starting right guard Jacques McClendon will travel to Indianapolis for week 11.

Packers vs. Vikings, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Cordarrelle Patterson will be back in action to host Green Bay. Rajion Neal is on the practice squad for the Packers.

Titans vs. Eagles, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Justin Hunter will suit up and travel to Philadelphia for this week's match-up. He was added to the injury report on Wednesday. 

Rams vs. Chargers, 4:05 p.m. (FOX)
Starting center Scott Wells will be the lone VFL traveling to San Diego.

Cardinals vs. Seahawks, 4:05 p.m. (FOX)
The 9-2 Cardinals are set to travel to one of the loudest NFL stadiums for a conference match-up. In last week's game, Dan Williams recorded a tackle. Tony McDaniel of Seattle will host Arizona and welcome Williams.

Dolphins vs. Broncos, 4:25 p.m. (CBS)
Two starting offensive linemen, Dallas Thomas and rookie Ja'Wuan James will travel to the Mile High city to take on Peyton Manning, Britton Colquitt, and Malik Jackson. 

Cowboys vs. Giants, 8:30 p.m. (NBC)
Jason Witten will travel and take the field to New York to take on the Giants. Defensive end Robert Ayers will host Witten. Ayers leads the team with 5 sacks this season.


Ravens vs. Saints, 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Parys Haralson will suit back up to host Baltimore on Monday night. Austin Johnson was added to the injured reserve list and Robert Meachem was inactive last week. 


It was a showdown between five VFLs as Kansas City traveled to Oakland for Thursday night football. Oakland won their first game of the season and for the first time in over a calendar year. Eric Berry tallied five tackles. Zach Fulton started at RG and Dustin Colquitt downed seven punt for a 42.4 average. On the winning side, Mychal Rivera had eight yards receiving and Denarius Moore returned a punt.

This Day In #Vols History (Nov. 22)

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The Vols are 9-1-1 all-time on Nov. 22. The Vols have won every game on the date since 1969, when they beat Kentucky, 31-26.

On Nov. 22, 1997, Peyton Manning set the Tennessee record with 523 passing yards and Marcus Nash tied the UT record for receiving touchdowns in a game with three vs. Kentucky in a 59-31 win. He racked up 195 receiving yards.

On Nov. 22, 2003, the Vols blanked Vanderbilt, 48-0, in Neyland Stadium. Casey Clausen threw for 3 TDs and 262 yards in the win.

NOVEMBER 22 (9-1-1)
1902 W, 10-6 Georgia Tech
1941 W, 20-7 Kentucky
1947 W, 13-6 Kentucky
1952 T, 14-14 KENTUCKY
1958 L, 2-6 KENTUCKY
1969 W, 31-26 Kentucky
1975 W, 17-13 Kentucky
1980 W, 45-14 KENTUCKY
1986 W, 28-9 KENTUCKY
1997 W, 59-31 Kentucky
2003 W, 48-0 VANDERBILT
2008 W, 20-10 Vanderbilt

Saturday's Tennessee Football Briefing (11/22/14)

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GAMEDAY is here! For the final time until 294 days from today, the Vols will host a game at Neyland Stadium as its Senior Night in Knoxville. 

Get all the game details here: FOOTBALL CENTRAL: Vols vs. #19/20 Mizzou

Check out this touching piece on Tennessee's local products playing their final home game: Local Seniors Make Remarkable Memories.

Also on UTSports.com: 

Here's a look at coverage from the media:
- Knoxville News Sentinel: 18 players to run through T for final time
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Tebow compliments play of Joshua Dobbs
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Pearson's message is spot on
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Matchups for UT vs. Missouri
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Vols not shying away from bowl goal
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Consistency key for improving Croom
- Knoxville News Sentinel: Notes: Vols' younger WRs showing progress

Happy Birthday - Nov. 21

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Join us in wishing three Vol football players, current and former, a very Happy Birthday today, Ryan Jenkins, Charles Folger and VFL Raynoch Thompson. 

Ryan JenkinsCharles Folger

Thompson is a former Vols star linebacker and All-American who went on to play with the Cardinals in the NFL. 

Class/YearUTATTotal HitsFRFCSacksTFLINT
Sophomore 199745226713151
Junior 1998622789222100
Senior 199951368700173

Inside The T - Friday's Look Ahead

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SEC Network's SEC Nation is live on campus this weekend, beginning with live hits from campus all afternoon Friday. The show is set up in front of Ayers Hall on The Hill. 

The show goes live at 10:00 a.m. ET Saturday morning and fans are encouraged to get there early to provide a huge backdrop for the show. Butch Jones will join the show live for a segment Saturday morning. The weekly BBQ segment will be filmed at Dead End BBQ, which also serves as home for the Vol Network's Big Orange Hotline each Monday from 8-9:00 p.m.

As part of the visit, The Paul Finebaum Show will run live from Knoxville this afternoon and Jones will join as a guest. 

Tonight, the Lady Volunteers will host Winthrop at Thompson-Boling Arena at 7:00 p.m. ET. The game cane be seen on SEC Network+, which can be accessed at WatchESPN.com or on the WatchESPN App. 

Direct link to WATCH LIVE
Listen Live HERE.
Live Stats HERE.

Of course, Saturday evening, the Vols host Missouri at Neyland Stadium at 7:30 p.m. ET. The game can be seen live on ESPN with Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit and Heather Cox on the call.

You can watch live HERE
Listen Live HERE
Live stats HERE

McElroy Breaks Down Dobbs' Game

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On the SEC Network, analyst Greg McElroy breaks down Joshua Dobbs' play and talks about how he is a rising star in the SEC.

This Day In #Vols History (Nov. 21)

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Tennessee stands 8-5-1 on Nov. 21, winning the last four games played on the date. 

On Nov. 21, 1992, Johnny Majors coached his last home game as head coach of the Vols, as Tennessee beat Kentucky, 34-13.

On Nov. 21, 1998, the Vols won their home finale on the way to the perfect National Championship season, Tennessee thumped Kentucky, 59-21. The Vols scored 32 points in a row as Tee Martin threw for 189 yards and a score to Cedrick Wilson.

NOVEMBER 21 (8-5-1)
1891 L, 0-24 University of the South (N) @ Chattanooga, Tenn.
1903 W, 11-0 GEORGIA TECH
1906 T, 0-0 Georgia
1908 W, 35-6 CHATTANOOGA
1942 W, 26-0 KENTUCKY
1953 L, 21-27 No. 13 Kentucky
1959 L, 0-20 Kentucky
1964 L, 7-12 KENTUCKY
1970 W, 45-0 KENTUCKY
1981 L, 10-21 Kentucky
1987 W, 24-22 Kentucky
1992 W, 34-13 KENTUCKY
1998 W, 59-21 KENTUCKY
2009 W, 31-16 VANDERBILT

Happy Birthday - Nov. 20

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Vol Nation, join us in wishing two Vols a very Happy Birthday, senior quarterback Justin Worley and swimmer Lauren Driscoll!

Justin WorleyLauren Driscoll
Tennessee head coach Butch Jones has his usual Thursday radio stops this afternoon. 

First, Jones will join Jack Arute on SiriusXM College Sports Nation at 2:00 p.m. ET.

Later today, Jones will make his weekly appearance on 3HL with Brent Dougherty, Blaine Bishop and Mickey Ryan on Nashville's 104.5 The Zone this afternoon at 5:00 p.m. ET. You can listen on 104.5 in Nashville or online RIGHT HERE.

The Tennessee men's basketball team opens its home schedule tonight at 7:00 p.m. ET against Texas Southern. 

The game can be seen live on FSN, or you can watch online HERE.
You can listen live HERE.
And Live Stats are HERE.

This Day In #Vols History (Nov. 20)

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The Vols stand 7-2-2 all-time on Nov. 20, having lost just once on the date since 1965.

On Nov. 20, 1993, the Vols blanked Kentucky, 48-0, in Lexington as Heath Shuler threw for 221 yards and three TD passes (two to Troy Fleming). Charlie Garner ran for 186 yards and two TDs in the win. Joey Kent had 106 receiving yards, including two TDs (from Shuler and Jerry Colquitt).

On Nov. 20, 1999, the #7 Vols pounded UK, 56-21 in Lexington again. Travis Henry ran for 179 yards including three touchdowns (runs of 40, 61, 13 yards).

NOVEMBER 20 (7-2-2)
1909 T, 0-0 Chattanooga
1948 T, 0-0 KENTUCKY
1954 L, 13-14 KENTUCKY
1965 W, 19-3 Kentucky
1971 W, 21-7 Kentucky
1976 L, 0-7 KENTUCKY
1982 W, 28-7 KENTUCKY
1993 W, 48-0 Kentucky
1999 W, 56-21 Kentucky
2004 W, 38-33 Vanderbilt
2010 W, 24-10 Vanderbilt

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