Championship week is here!MORE
Championship week is here!MORE
We’re down to two weeks left in the season and the mission here is simple: Erik Ainge must be stopped.MORE
Last week was a very successful week for (MOST OF) the panel.MORE
Look, I’m not going to be overly dramatic here, but we’re in total nightmare territory.MORE
Another banner week for the three at the top, Chad, Joel and Erik were all 5-1 to remain tied atop the standings.MORE
When we started this deal at the beginning of the season, it didn’t matter to me where I finished because I felt confident that, no matter what I did, Erik wouldn’t win this.MORE
Last week’s strong slate of games created a little bit of separation, but the overall standings remain tight.MORE
So about last week… we shouldn’t talk about last week.MORE
Last week, everyone on the panel went either 4-2 or 5-1. Everyone, that is, other than Cainer, whose 3-3 was quite impressive. MORE
Picking the extra game last week caused some extra movement, although we all nailed the Georgia pick.MORE
After 3 weeks of picks, there is a logjam at the top.MORE
After two of the Native Design and Hardscape Picks Segment, we have a three-way tie for the lead.MORE
After one week of the Native Design and Hardscape Picks Segment, some of us have some work to do.MORE
How many games do you need to evaluate a head coach? Tennessee fans are trying to find that out now.MORE
Here are the picks from the EA Show’s panel for Week 1 of College Football!MORE
Every career has to come to a close, but the 2019 Tennessee seniors made the most of final moments.MORE
John Ward narrated fall for Tennessee fans, this one in particular. MORE
WIll McBride is our quarterback and other strange truths.MORE
The end of Tennesse-Kentucky felt oddly familiar for Vol fans.MORE
I rewatched the Alabama game and tried not to give my TV the Gaulden salute.MORE
South Carolina is not a good football team, but Tennessee proved Saturday that it isn’t one either. MORE
Where does Tennessee turn after the worst performance in the history of Neyland Stadium?MORE
And so begins another week of the sports talk radio game “How many things can we be mad at Butch Jones about?”MORE
Running the ball inside the 20, improved defense (until it wasn’t) and more from Vols-GatorsMORE
Tennessee spent years failing to make the “right” decisions. John Currie is quickly changing that. MORE
I left the stadium on Saturday night under the impression that Tennessee had won a football game.MORE
What do we make of what we saw Monday night in Atlanta? I honestly have no idea. A wrap-up and a six-pack of observations.
Despite reports, Tennessee is not significantly behind Georgia Tech in game ticket salesMORE
Florida softball coach Tim Walton’s just couldn’t hold his enormous ego in check when Auburn’s Haley Fagan declined to shake his hand.MORE
The numbers say if you want to play in the NFL, you should run far, far from the Big XII.MORE
Charles Oakley may not be able to play in the NBA anymore, but he still has the fight, so to speak. MORE
Lane Kiffin still doesn’t know how to act excited about anything.MORE
Brian Rice of the Erik Ainge Show provides a look ahead at things to come at SportsRadioWNML.com!MORE
See crossover opponents for 14 teams, each team’s SOS for that format & team options for all
VFL in the NFL numbers on active rosters continue to slip; now 30; see all the breakdowns
Nashville needs production from its goalie(s) and top forward line to advance past Arizona.
Former NFL QB impressed by Salter’s smarts, passing, athleticism
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