Future NFL Hall of Fame QB and former Tennessee Volunteer Peyton Manning did a surprise virtual drop-in for a class at his alma mater. Manning was attempting to lift their spirits amid the coronavirus pandemic. "I realize this is probably not the ideal way you guys expected to spend your senior year," Manning said. "I just encourage you to keep a positive attitude, keep working like you're doing and try to take a little bit of the extra time you have to accomplish something else or help out somebody in need. There are a lot of people hurting out there during this time.” Starting on March 23, Tennessee moved all of its classes online for the duration of the semester.
Jon Gruden Crashes University of Tennessee Class, Struggles With Zoom
A group of Tennessee students got a nice treat when Raiders head coach Jon Gruden crashed their online class on Tuesday. As part of the university’s “YFL Class Crash,” Gruden dropped in on a statistics class to say hello in true Gruden fashion. Gruden initially struggled with ...read more