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This is probably not something anyone from the University of Tennessee wants to talk about, nor do they want to hear, but former Volunteers running back and current Houston Texans star Arian Foster told a film crew for the EPIX…Read more →
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There were some strong reactions from the sports world earlier today when an excerpt from what was a four-hour interview with Arian Foster was released from the EPIX documentary “Schooled: The Price of College Sports.” Foster admitted to taking money while…Read more →
Corey Vereen will make his collegiate debut for the Vols Saturday against the Florida Gators (Photo Credit: nooga.com)
As the Tennessee Volunteers prepare for their second straight road trip and first SEC match of the season, there are still a few questions left as to who may play this weekend against the Gators.
Last week the Vols finally received senior defensive end Jacques Smith...
Nathan Peterman plagued with turnovers in his first career start (Photo Credit: Alabama.scout.com)
After a debilitating loss to Oregon last week the Tennessee Volunteers were looking to begin a new Saturday against SEC East rival Florida.
The Vols opened the game with a new quarterback at the helm. Redshirt freshman Nathan Peterman received the nod for his first career start after...
Over the course of a four hour interview for Schooled: The Price of College Sports, Arian Foster discussed the economic prosperity of the Tennessee Volunteers while the athletes suffered. More importantly, Foster admitted to taking money during his Senior year at Tennessee, which ended in January of 2009. Foster is now entering his 5th season in the NFL, and the NCAA has a...
In a new documentary “Schooled: The Price of College Sports,” Houston Texans running back Arian Foster gets pretty honest about what went on during his time with the Tennessee Volunteers.
“I don’t know if this will throw us into an NCAA investigation — my senior year, I was getting money on the side. I really didn’t have any money. I had to either pay the rent or buy...
Tennessee has benched quarterback Justin Worley after three games, giving Nathan Peterman his first career start.
The Volunteers (2-1) announced the move about two hours before Saturday's kickoff at No. 19 Florida.
Peterman, a 6-foot-2 redshirt freshman from nearby Jacksonville, should give the Volunteers more versatility against the Gators (1-1). He has completed 6 of 12 passes...