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Tennessee Upperclassmen Ready for the Road
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KNOXVILLE - Tennessee redshirt senior wide receiver Jauan Jennings knows the Volunteer football team will play in front of an atmosphere that can only be described as “crazy” on Saturday at Noon against No. 9/8 Florida inside Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Full story

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Tennessee travels to “The Swamp”
FOOTBALL CENTRAL
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Tennessee vs. BYU
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Three Tennessee Swimmers Named to
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CURING KIDS CANCER
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Tennessee 45, Chattanooga 0
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KNOXVILLE – A dominant performance in all three phases propelled Tennessee to a 45-0 victory over Chattanooga at Neyland Stadium Saturday. Full story

USA swimmers will make five stops in the U.S. next year
USA Swimming announced that swimmers from around the globe will be making five stops in the United States next year as part of the 2020 TYR Pro Swim Series.
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Five Vols set for induction into Tennessee Sports Hall Of Fame
NASHVILLE, TN – The Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame announced its nine-person 2019 induction class on Wednesday. Included in the star-studded class are five honorees with UT ties Kippy Brown, David Cutcliffe, Charles Davis, Kara Lawson and Peyton Manning.
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Role player for a reason

Dear Athletic Support: My ten-year-old son plays multiple sports and is usually one of the better players on his teams. In football, however, he has been relegated to what I would consider a “role player.” Although he plays virtually every snap of the game on the offensive line, he is never given the opportunity to touch the ball. My son says he has fun playing football, and doesn’t mind that his teammates are the primary ball carriers. As a concerned dad, what should I do? Say something to the coach about a position change, or just allow my son to remain a role player on the team?

— Seeing Stars In Texas
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