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Extra, Extra! Read all about it! Football Time in Tennessee is here

By Steve Williams You know football season is getting closer when you pass by a magazine rack and see all those slick preseason publications. Like the sweet smell of honeysuckle,…

Playing the big boys helps GCA join Knoxville’s title gang

By Steve Williams The season before Mitch Turner got the head baseball coach’s position at Grace Christian Academy, he made a key observation at the TSSAA Class A state tournament…

Tennessee baseball has at least kept fans on the edge of their seats

By Steve Williams Perhaps we’ve been looking at the Tennessee baseball season the wrong way. Instead of complaining about the Vols being in last place in the Southeastern Conference and…

Hart may not be on Serrano’s side in difficult times

By Steve Williams Dave Hart has a problem. But Dave Serrano has a bigger problem. Serrano, in his fourth season as baseball coach at Tennessee, is in danger of seeing…

Lucky Dave should parlay his popularity into greater fame

By Steve Williams I‘m beginning to think Dave Hart carries a four-leaf clover around in his pocket. It might even be one he picked off the ground in Tuscaloosa years…

Barnes gets opportunity to keep winning at Tennessee

By Steve Williams New Tennessee basketball coach Rick Barnes and former Tennessee football coach Phillip Fulmer have something in common. Both won a lot, but not enough to please their…

Powell’s Joshua Dobbs ‘right in line’ with UT’s Joshua Dobbs

By Steve Williams It’s not unusual for two people to have the same name, but it is really interesting when that name is Joshua Dobbs. If you’re a University of…

Tennessee missing from the bracket and this year’s March Madness

By Steve Williams The opening day of this year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament is why they call it March Madness. Thirteen hours of close games, upsets, emotion and controversy. I…

Lady Vol fans should boycott NCAA home games

By Steve Williams Forget the protesting, the petition, the pleading. If fans really want to make a statement regarding the pending takeaway of the iconic Lady Vol logo and nickname…

High-flying Bowden will make an exciting landing somewhere

By Steve Williams I’ve been covering high school basketball in the Knoxville area for over 40 years, and Carter High School’s Jordan Bowden is one of the most exciting players…