Author: All Things Tennessee

Are Vols Taking Too Long for Offensive Coordinator Hire?

Are Vols Taking Too Long for Offensive Coordinator Hire?

With obvious candidates that would most likely love to jump to the SEC to call plays, why are the Vols taking such a long time with the OC hire? The reason is because Butch Jones knows this is the most important hire of his career, and quite frankly he better get this one right. Butch … Continue reading Are Vols Taking Too Long for Offensive Coordinator Hire?

Top 5 Candidates to Replace Mike Debord at Tennessee

Top 5 Candidates to Replace Mike Debord at Tennessee

The Tennessee offensive coordinator job became vacant on Tuesday afternoon when it was announced that current OC, Mike Debord, was leaving the program to take the OC job at Indiana University. Now before VolNation says, "He Left For INDIANA!!", keep in mind that he had been discussing retirement for a few weeks now with coach … Continue reading Top 5 Candidates to Replace Mike Debord at Tennessee

Can Guarantano Lead Vols To Championship Next Year?…..Why Not?

Can Guarantano Lead Vols To Championship Next Year?…..Why Not?

While most feel that the quarterback race at UT next season will be wildly competitive, and some feel Quentin Dormady will get the nod, I feel like next season will be Jarrett Guarantano's time to shine. At 6'4" 210lbs he has the frame you want in a Division 1 quarterback. But, it doesn't end there. … Continue reading Can Guarantano Lead Vols To Championship Next Year?…..Why Not?

Why Dobbs Should Be Mentioned With Manning

Why Dobbs Should Be Mentioned With Manning

Even though J0sh Dobbs only finished 12 yards away from Peyton Manning in the all time record books at Tennessee, some still say he shouldn't be mentioned with the greats that have come through Knoxville. Giving different excuses, mostly comparing him to Manning. Here are those excuses and the argument to why he should and … Continue reading Why Dobbs Should Be Mentioned With Manning

Vols Shuck Huskers in Music City Bowl

Vols Shuck Huskers in Music City Bowl

On a night when Derek Barnett broke the "minister of sacks" school record for sacks in a career, Tennessee used a very efficient offense to down the Nebraska 38-24. Joshua Dobbs finished 23-38 for 291 yards through the air, to go along with 118 yards on the ground.  Dobbs ends his career 2nd in total … Continue reading Vols Shuck Huskers in Music City Bowl

Pride Of The Southland To Play At Trump’s Inauguration

Pride Of The Southland To Play At Trump’s Inauguration

The Pride Of The Southland Marching Band, will get to play at President Trump's inauguration on January 20th, they found out via letter on December 21st. Tennessee Senator, Bob Corker, also was pleased saying, "Congratulations to the Pride of the Southland for being nominated to participate in the inauguration." The Pride had been selected every … Continue reading Pride Of The Southland To Play At Trump’s Inauguration