John Ward to be honored in TBA Wednesday night. MORE
John Ward to be honored in TBA Wednesday night. MORE
All four of our weekday, live, local sports talk shows on 99.1 The Sports Animal here in Knoxville had numerous guests join them to pay tribute, share memories and reveal insight on the life and legacy of the iconic “Voice of the Vols” John Ward.MORE
Is it running backs, receivers or linebackers?MORE
Bob Kesling is the current UT football and men’s basketball play-by-play announcer and director of broadcasting. He spoke to the local media in Knoxville to share perspective on John Ward.MORE
Bud Ford was a longtime UT Athletics sports information director. He spoke to the local media in Knoxville to share perspective on John Ward.MORE
Steve Early is the general manager of the Vol Network. He spoke to the local media in Knoxville to share perspective on John Ward.MORE
Link Hudson is the senior director of broadcasting at the University of Tennessee and VFL Films. He spoke to the local media in Knoxville to share perspective on John Ward.MORE
David Cucliffe recalls learning something in every conversation had with John Ward. MORE
Randy Sanders recalls listening to John Ward as an East TN kid. MORE
Voice of the Vols Bob Kesling reflects on John Ward’s legacy. MORE
John Ward brought Tennessee football and basketball games to life as the “Voice of the Vols” on Vol Network radio broadcasts.MORE
“Our entire Tennessee family mourns the loss of the great John Ward. The University of Tennessee has lost one of its most beloved ambassadors.MORE
John Ward narrated fall for Tennessee fans, this one in particular. MORE
University of Tennessee legendary broadcast voice John Ward has passed away. Here is the statement from the Vol Network.MORE
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Tennessee football head coach Jeremy Pruitt officially announced the additions of graduate transfers Brandon Kennedy and Madre London on Tuesday.MORE
Erik Ainge, Brian Rice and Joel Silverberg rank the 14 SEC football coaches.MORE
Track Star Kevin Snead works out for Saints.MORE
The 6th Annual Big Kahuna Wing Festival was a blast, as always, at World’s Fair Park in Downtown Knoxville. See WNML’s Bad Take Andy compete in the traditional wing eating contest.MORE
Hear from the VFL about how minicamp has gone for him and this year’s Dolphins teamMORE
Heralded true freshman forward DJ Burns (Rock Hill, SC) enrolled at UT last week. Burns (6’8) was made available to Knoxville media today for the first time since his arrival on Rocky Top. MORE
Tennessee rising senior forward Admiral Schofield tested the NBA Draft waters this Spring. He decided to return to the University of Tennessee to try and improve his draft stock and help the Vols win.MORE
Knoxville 35 coach gets compared to Nick Saban MORE
Chip Caray, Voice of the Atlanta Braves on Fox Sports South, joined The First Quarter Wednesday morning.MORE
Dominic Thiem a French Open champ? Rafael Nadal believes it.MORE
The Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2018 was officially inducted on Saturday night at the Tennessee Theatre.MORE
Volunteer football fans are encouraged to be a part of the ‘Tennessee Takeover’ in Charlotte, N.C. on Sept. 1 when UT faces West Virginia at Bank of America Stadium in the Belk College Kickoff.MORE
The Cavaliers face elimination, can they save their season? Here are some keys to do thatMORE
The Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame will induct the Class of 2018 this weekend, and four-time Lady Vol All-American Chamique Holdsclaw and former UT assistant coach Mickie DeMoss are among seven women being welcomed.MORE
Jeremy Pruitt joined The Erik Ainge Show to talk defense Thursday morning. MORE
Vols senior catcher Benito Santiago was taken in the 34th round with 1,023rd overall pick of the 2018 MLB Draft. MORE
The Tennessee basketball program has added a promising frontcourt prospect to its roster, as forward D.J. Burns has signed and submitted an institutional aid agreement to the university.MORE
University of Tennessee right-handed pitcher Zach Linginfelter was selected by the Washington Nationals in the 19th round (581st overall) of the 2018 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft.MORE
As the 2018 WNBA season enters its third week of competition, several former Lady Vols are seeing significant action for their respective teams.MORE
The Cavaliers must do the following to take Game 3 from GSMORE
Brett Langhorne saved his chances of being drafted by transferring down to Division II Carson-Newman. MORE
The Southeastern Conference on Wednesday announced each school’s conference opponents for the upcoming 2018-19 season.MORE
The Southeastern Conference has announced each school’s conference opponents for the 2019 season.MORE
Tennessee keeps paying people to not work.MORE
Former MLB closer Joe Nathan joined The First Quarter.MORE
The Southeastern Conference has released the league women’s basketball schedule rotation for the next three years.MORE
Jackson has continues to show compassion off the field with his community work; interview includedMORE
Three Tennessee legends have been named to the 2019 College Football Hall of Fame ballot, which was announced today by the National Football Foundation (NFF) and College Football Hall of Fame.MORE
Bad Take Andy Sellers takes the pitch after a long soccer hiatusMORE
Longtime MiLB executive, Lee Landers, readies for final season before retirement. MORE
Hear from Brett Kendrick & Josh Dobbs about being teammates, plus VFLs in the CFL & tons moreMORE
KMAA fighters Jason King & Shanna Young discuss MMA & share insight on VFL Ovince St. PreuxMORE
Our Jimmy Hyams is in Destin, FL covering the 2018 SEC Spring Meetings. He caught-up with UT AD Phillip Fulmer in a group setting.MORE
Is it running backs, receivers or linebackers?
John Ward narrated fall for Tennessee fans, this one in particular.
Erik Ainge, Brian Rice and Joel Silverberg rank the 14 SEC football coaches.
Track Star Kevin Snead works out for Saints.
Hear from the VFL about how minicamp has gone for him and this year’s Dolphins team
Knoxville 35 coach gets compared to Nick Saban
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