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Putting Peyton in His Place
That’s what Florida coach Steve Spurrier has been doing to Tennessee’s Peyton Manning with his one-liners and what the Gators may well do to him on Saturday
Peyton Manning and Ryan Leaf are the class of the NFL draft, but experts say one of them stands head and shoulder pads above the other
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Last spring Tyler Smith thought he was ready to go pro. Tennessee's All-SEC power forward declared for the draft after leading the Vols in ...
The Art of Winning an (Even More) Unfair Game
Eight years after it forever shifted baseball's tectonic plates, Moneyball is a Brad Pitt movie, but its ethos has changed. Intellectual firepower is mandatory, but no guarantee of success now that the game's financial giants have cracked the code. Competitive advantage: Red Sox
Guys And Vols When Tennessee's Lady Vols practice, they face some real volunteers--a team of undergrads who help sharpen their game but share little championship glory
As each member of the Tennessee women's basketball team nestledunder her covers in the Crown Plaza Hotel in Kansas City thenight before ...
He's a formidable forward
Tennessee's versatile Dale Ellis may be the country's best at his position
No one in Tennessee has heard of Ohio State
Rooters of the unbeaten Volunteers have known all season that their team deserved to be No. 1. After last week's victory over rugged Georgia words to the contrary will mean war
Laid Low The pain of a knee injury and of seeing Tennessee thrive without him made Jamal Lewis, the Volunteers' stellar tailback, realize he's not invincible
Three times a week Jamal Lewis imagines being peacefully dead. He lies on his back in a yoga position called the Corpse Pose and lets his ...
Absolute Zero During the 1939 regular season, Tennessee faced 10 foes, and not one of them scored a point. If you think that's ever going to happen again, we've got a bridge...
Alabama safety Hershel Mosley looked upfield, at all those 'Bamabodies felled and piled like cordwood in the late-October light,and figured he ...