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Tennessee head basketball coach Cuonzo Martin, Lady Vols basketball play-by-play announcer Mickey Dearstone, UT junior basketball forward Jarnell Stokes and UT junior baseball infielder Will Maddox make up the guest lineup for "Vol Calls" on the Vol Network tonight (Monday, March 24). Listeners will also get a scouting report on the Michigan Wolverines, the Vols opponent on Friday in the Sweet 16, from Brendan Quinn with M-Live Media Group out of Michigan. Quinn who previously covered Tennessee's basketball team for the Knoxville News-Sentinel now covers the Wolverines. The show originates from Calhoun's On the River in downtown Knoxville at special time tonight at 7:30 p.m. Eastern / 6:30 p.m. Central due to the Lady Vols second round NCAA Tournament game. Bob Kesling and Brent Hubbs co-host the show. Fans may tune in across the state on the Vol Radio Network or listen online at utsports.com. Listeners can ask a question by dialing 1-800-688-8657 - Verizon customers can dial #TENN - or submit a question via Facebook at VolNetwork-IMG.
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If Orlando Magic forward Tobias Harris ever needs inspiration, he never has to look outside his own family.
His 90-year-old grandfather, Lt. Col. John Mulzac, is a role model.
In 1942, when the armed forces were segregated, Mulzac joined the U.S. Army Air Corps. He became one of America's first black military pilots, a group known as the Tuskegee Airmen.
"He always told us as kids that we could do anything in this world if we put our mind to it," Harris said, a smile on his face. "He's been definitely an inspiration to me, and I love him to death."
On Wednesday night, Mulzac plans to turn on his TV in the Brooklyn, N.Y., home he shares with his wife of 67 years and watch the Magic face the Phoenix Suns in Phoenix.
Read the full story from the Orlando Sentinel: Tobias Harris is inspired by his grandfather, a Tuskegee Airman