Vol legend Bill Anderson passes away

Tennessee lost another legend. Bill Anderson, 80, died early Tuesday morning. Anderson played for the Vols in 1956 and ’57 as a wingback under hall-of-famer Bowden Wyatt. He was also named a team captain in 1957. Anderson was a third round pick to the Redskins in 1958. He also played for the Packers to become the…

Pekka Rinne made an insane save in Game 3 tonight

Pekka Rinne is having some kind of series for the Nashville Predators. After shutting out the Blackhawks in Chicago for the first two games of the series (the first time the Hawks have been shut out in back-to-back playoff games since 2002), things turned back to Nashville for a potential foot-on-the-neck game for the Predators.…

Can Kongbo become king?

Jonathan Kongbo came rolling into Knoxville on the biggest hype train we have seen in years. Or maybe it just CSX rumbling through campus in the middle of the night. Kongbo entered Tennessee last year as a redshirt sophomore from British Columbia. He didn’t start playing football until his senior year at Holy Cross High…

Does Barnes still have it?

It’s been a big day on the recruiting trail for Tennessee basketball. The Vols signed two four-star forwards which has been a position of need for several years. Along with 6-foot-10 center Zach Kent, Tennessee added Derrick Walker and Yves Pons. Here are some quick notes on the two:   Derrick Walker (Kansas City, MO)…

Florida Grandpa Sees for the First Time

  There are moments in life that people never forget. We all remember the scene in Homeward Bound when all the dogs come running over the hill and on to the front porch, or when Nemo is reunited with his parents. Everyone loves a feel-good moment in life. When this Florida Grandpa puts on a…