Alabama had to lose a football game sooner or later.
The defending national champions went down and out with a flair. It was the most unpredictable fashion one could imagine.
As college football’s regular season winds down, we will have to wait to see who this year’s Heisman Trophy winner will be.
If Tennessee is going to go bowling, Saturday’s home game against in-state rival Vanderbilt is a must win.
The Tennessee Titans get a shot at redemption Thursday evening as the Colts come to LP Field for an AFC South contest.
Joe addresses the ups and the recent downs of the University of Tennessee football program.
The wise guys in Las Vegas were being kind to Tennessee.
When someone told me the Vols were 28-point underdogs to top-ranked Alabama, I thought it would be a fairly safe wager.
K.S. "Bud" Adams Jr. was talking on the telephone Friday with a Nashville friend and business partner. They were discussing the death of former Oilers coach Bum Phillips.
This is the final year of the BCS formula that determines the two teams that will play in the BCS Championship Game. Hold your applause.
I wonder who had the worst hangover Monday -- our Ryder Cup team or the Titans?
At least the Titans have 14 more games to play. The Ryder Cup team has two years to stew on the Medinah Massacre.
The team in two-tone blue finished September at 1-3, no better, no worse than predicted.
While everyone is focusing on who the Titans quarterback will be this Sunday in Minnesota, they need to be focusing on finding someone who can tackle opponents.Defensive coordinator Jerry Grays matador defense has given up a total of 151 points in four games as the Titans rank next to last in the NFL in total defense.
Out of one side of his mouth, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell preaches about protecting the (NFL) shield at all costs.
Out of the other side of his mouth, Goodell allows these traveling circus clowns disguised as NFL replacement officials, to continue to make a mockery of the game.
With the real NFL officials locked out, NFL games are left in the hands of lower level collegiate officials who every week continue to bring attention to themselves by their myriad of mistakes.
If Goodell continues to allow this to happen, he is not only putting the players health at risk, you have to add the coaches to the list of victims.Seriously, some of these coaches are going to stroke out on the sidelines. Did you see the confrontation New England Coach Bill Belichick had as he tried to stop line judge Esteban Garza from leaving the field after Baltimore kicked what we believe was the winning field goal as time expired Sunday night?
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