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Golden Nugget's CFB Games Of The Year(Betting Lines)

26 June 2015 - 03:12 PM

Tennessee had these games make the list:

Oklahoma at Tennessee -3
Tennessee -2.5 at Florida
Arkansas at Tennessee -1
Georgia at Tennessee PK
Tennessee at Alabama -10
Tennessee at Missouri -2.5
Vanderbilt at Tennessee -17

Bunch of other SEC games as well:


Kick Off Times

18 June 2015 - 02:41 PM

There's already been a few announced for CBS if I recall, but Tennessee just released their first 3 games kick off time and channel.

Bowling Green - 4pmET on SECNetwork
Oklahoma - 6pmET on ESPN
Western Carolina - 7pmET on ESPNU

Any other SEC teams have their first couple weeks announced yet? Football isn't too far off.

Eric Berry has defeated cancer

14 June 2015 - 01:03 PM

As if it ever stood a chance.


Georgia born NFL player Eric Berry has successfully defeated cancer.


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The cancer is Knowshon Moreno.

Vols land high rated QB Guarantano

15 April 2015 - 04:50 PM


A potential game-changing quarterback is leaving Rutgers' backyard. Four-star prospect Jarrett Guarantano announced Wednesday afternoon that he will attend Tennessee.
The announcement dashed the hopes of Rutgers coaches and fans who hoped the Oradell native and Bergen Catholic High star would choose to represent his state school. A member of the class of 2016, Guarantano narrowed a list of more than 40 scholarship offers to three finalists: Tennessee, Rutgers and Ohio State. While Ohio State signaled it was out of the running by landing another 2016 quarterback on Wednesday morning, Rutgers was in contention until the 6-foot-4, 196-pounder announced his intention to join the Volunteers at a ceremony in the Bergen Catholic library.

So on top of landing Jones, Jennings and Dormandy last year(all 4 star rated QBs), we're adding Guarantano in our next class, a 4 star(and projected to be 5 star when all is said and done) QB for next year's class.

When Butch Jones came here, our QBs were guys like Justin Worley and Nathan Peterman, and now we've moved on to landing 4 high end QB prospects in two classes(assuming this commit holds up, of course), on top of having Dobbs likely for the next two years.