R&R are joined in studio by Charlie Burris. They discuss UT football recruiting and Florida trash talk. The great breakfast debate of 2016 continues. WYTB Champions League Semifinals.
Tennessee basketball will be playing in the Maui Invitational Tournament from November 21st through the 23rd. The full bracket for the tournament was released on Tuesday and the Vols will be opening the event against the Wisconsin Badgers. Check out the full bracket below…
R&R react to the news of Pat Summitt’s passing. Interview guests include Courtney Lyle of WBIR, John Pennington of Sports Source TV, former Vol Chris Lofton and TDOT’s Mark Nagi.
Cover 2 with Brad Matthews & Aaron Evans – Monday, June 27 feat. Chance Collins. -Pat Summitt, Vols feat. Charlie Burris -SEC, CFB recruiting -NFL news -NBA Free Agency
The Drive rages on with Russell Smith & Richard Daugherty reflecting on Pat Summitt’s legacy & more on this Monday edition.
The season is a long way off but we now know exactly who, when, and where Tennessee will be playing for its nonconference basketball games. For a team that has only one senior on the roster, UT’s nonconference games are a monstrous task. With national runner-up North Carolina and West Coast Conference champions Gonzaga, on…
Cover 2 with Brad Matthews & Aaron Evans – Friday, June 24 – Feat. producer Chance Collins -Vols, UT hoops -SEC recruiting, CWS -NFL, Johnny Manziel -NBA Draft recap
The Drive rages on with Russell Smith & Richard Daugherty discussing the NBA Draft, UT hoops non-conference schedule, Dave Hart’s future & more!
R&R are joined in studio by Charlie Burris. The boys break down the Rocky Top League and the OJ 30 for 30. They also preview tonight’s NBA Finals Game 6 and Clay Travis’ interview with Derek Dooley. Interview guests include golf guru John Hodge and comedian Spanky Brown.
Lamonte Turner could have changed the outcome of the Vols’ 2015 basketball season. He’s a supremely talented true point guard who would have likely been a starter during Rick Barnes’s first year at UT had he been able to obtain eligibility from the NCAA. The 6-foot-2 Alabama native netted 33 points in his debut in…