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Tight End Rotation Taking Shape For Tennessee This Spring
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Tight End Rotation Taking Shape For Tennessee This Spring

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – A revamped tight end room featuring two major transfers and one returning redshirt freshman is taking shape for the Tennessee football team, which completed its 10th practice of the spring on Saturday afternoon at Haslam Field. The Volunteers went full pads to conclude the third week of spring ball. Second-year tight ends coach Alec…MORE

Record-Breaking Home Runs Highlight 12-2 Victory Over Auburn
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Record-Breaking Home Runs Highlight 12-2 Victory Over Auburn

Game Recap: Baseball | April 06, 2024 AUBURN, Ala. – It was a day filled with record-setting home runs for No. 4/4 Tennessee as it evened its series against Auburn with an emphatic 12-2 victory in front of a capacity crowd at Plainsman Park on Saturday afternoon. Blake Burke cemented himself into UT lore, becoming the Volunteers’ career home…MORE

KNECHT NAMED JULIUS ERVING AWARD RECIPIENT
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KNECHT NAMED JULIUS ERVING AWARD RECIPIENT

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. –Dalton Knecht of the University of Tennessee men’s basketball team is the 2023-24 Julius Erving Award honoree, as announced Saturday evening on ESPN College GameDay. The elite accolade, awarded by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, is given to the nation’s premier small forward. “I am honored to receive this prestigious award. To…MORE

HOT START NOT ENOUGH AS #4 VOLS DROP SERIES OPENER AT AUBURN
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HOT START NOT ENOUGH AS #4 VOLS DROP SERIES OPENER AT AUBURN

Game Recap: Baseball | April 05, 2024 AUBURN, Ala. —  Despite a hot-start offensively and an inspiring showing from the bullpen, No. 4/4 Tennessee was unable to keep Auburn’s bats in check in the early innings and dropped Friday night’s series opener, 9-5, at Plainsman Park. A pair of two-run homers from Kavares Tears and Christian Moore provided four of UT’s…MORE

VOLS GO UNDER THE LIGHTS FOR SECOND SPRING SCRIMMAGE
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VOLS GO UNDER THE LIGHTS FOR SECOND SPRING SCRIMMAGE

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee football went under the lights of Neyland Stadium for its second spring scrimmage as the Volunteers worked all three phases in a two-hour workout Thursday night. Unseasonably cool conditions, simulated crowd noise and the bright lights of Neyland at night greeted the team, which was a first for many of the new…MORE

Tennessee Receiving Core Flourishes with New Athleticism Added to Bunch
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Tennessee Receiving Core Flourishes with New Athleticism Added to Bunch

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee wide receiver group has taken big steps during spring ball with the new additions of transfers and incoming freshmen. With the new boost of faces, the squad is leveling up their production each practice under the direction of third-year coach Kelsey Pope. Pope and receivers Squirrel White, Dont’e Thornton Jr. and Chris Brazzell II spoke with local…MORE

Vol Village Music Festival Artists, Watch Party Set For 2024 Orange & White Game
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Vol Village Music Festival Artists, Watch Party Set For 2024 Orange & White Game

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – The second annual Vol Village Music Festival surrounding pregame and postgame festivities of the 2024 Orange & White Game will feature award-winning, chart-topping artist Lindsay Ell and Knoxville-raised singer/songwriter Greylan James on Saturday, April 13. The game kicks off at 1 p.m. in a limited capacity Neyland Stadium due to construction. Tickets are sold…MORE

Knecht One of Five Wooden Award Finalists
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Knecht One of Five Wooden Award Finalists

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. –Dalton Knecht of the University of Tennessee men’s basketball team is a finalist for the elite John R. Wooden Award, given to the national player of the year, as announced Tuesday night on ESPN2. The five finalists, as determined by the Los Angeles Athletic Club’s voting committee, are Knecht, North Carolina’s R.J. Davis, Purdue’s…MORE

Vols Fall to Top-Seeded Purdue, 72-66, in Elite Eight
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Vols Fall to Top-Seeded Purdue, 72-66, in Elite Eight

DETROIT – The University of Tennessee men’s basketball team took an 11-point first-half lead in Sunday afternoon’s Elite Eight matchup with third-ranked, top-seeded Purdue, but came up on the short end of a hard-fought 72-66 decision. Fifth-year guard Dalton Knecht poured in 37 points, the most ever by a Volunteer in the NCAA Tournament, for sixth-ranked, second-seeded Tennessee…MORE

Superb Start by Sechrist Leads #5 Vols to Shutout Win Over #22 Georgia
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Superb Start by Sechrist Leads #5 Vols to Shutout Win Over #22 Georgia

Game Recap: Baseball | March 31, 2024 KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – A pair of fantastic performances on the mound from Zander Sechrist and Nate Snead led No. 5/5 Tennessee to a series-clinching shutout victory over No. 22/NR Georgia on Sunday afternoon, as the Big Orange blanked the Bulldogs 7-0 at Lindsey Nelson Stadium. Sechrist made his second consecutive Sunday start and put…MORE

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2024 Rossini Festival- April 20th and 21st

2024 Rossini Festival- April 20th and 21st

The Rossini Festival is Knoxville Opera’s annual International Street Fair that celebrates the global impact on the music, food, art, and culture of East Tennessee. April 20th and 21st.

50th NSRA Street Rod Nationals South May 3rd-4th

50th NSRA Street Rod Nationals South May 3rd-4th

Check out the nearly 2,000 street rods, customs, muscle cars, and more than 600 exhibitors and swappers at Chilhowee Park as the National Street Rod Association presents its Annual Street Rod Nationals South.

The Edge Foundation- Kickball with Curt and Friends- Sat. April 27th

The Edge Foundation- Kickball with Curt and Friends- Sat. April 27th

Kickball with Curt & Friends serves a greater purpose than only an annual exciting event. It’s a celebration of unity, empowerment, and the limitless possibilities that lie within the hearts and minds of Knoxville’s underprivileged youth. This event serves as a beacon of hope and opportunity, shining a light on the incredible potential that resides within our community.