Posted September 28, 2012 on
Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley sees opportunities, challenges against Georgia. Read more below.
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Derek Dooley has good credentials when it comes to Georgia football history.
As the son of former longtime Georgia coach and athletic director Vince Dooley, Derek Dooley was 12 when the Bulldogs won the 1980 national championship.
So when Derek Dooley, now in his third year as Tennessee's coach, seeks to place perspective on the No. 5 Georgia team which plays the Vols on Saturday...
Barbara Dooley has been known to stick up for the stick figure she birthed named Derek. She has been busy with that job, as he has had a very rocky tenure at Tennessee riddle with losses, and uneventful wins to pad those wretched losses. This weekend, Derek’s Vols take on the school where her husband coached [...]
On Saturday afternoon, Georgia lines up against the Tennessee Volunteers in a likely elimination game for the SEC Eastern Division championship. This game could also be the biggest game in the Dooley tenure in Big Orange Country. A win likely gives him a reprieve, and a loss may send him to the top of the Coaches' Hot Seat list. With that, here are three factors for success...
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Arkansas athletic direcror Jeff Long says embattled Razorback head football coach John L. Smith has his full support for this season. As for next season...well he cross that bridge when he gets there. (CBS Sports)
I feel the pain of everyone. Then, I feel nothing.
Sign up or log in to InsideTennessee.com for a look at coach Derek Dooley's conversation with the media and reaction from a double-digit number of Volunteers after the 51-44 loss at Georgia.
As a forward looking fan I maintain constantly evolving lists of coaches my school should look at in the event that Leonard Hamilton retires or moves on to another position. Hamilton is 64 years old. So who should FSU be looking at for his replacement?
Cuonzo Martin used to be at the top of that list. And then, a little more than a year ago, he was hired at Tennessee...
Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley previews week 5 for the Volunteers.
Georgia head coach Mark Richt previews week 5 for the Bulldogs.
A wild 51-44 game between Georgia and Tennessee didn’t have the look, feel or final score of your typical SEC showdown. But while there was plenty to take away from one of the wackiest games we’ve seen this season, there were two things more important than the rest: For Georgia, this victory was about surviving, advancing and getting one win closer to their second straight...
The SEC never disappoints for intriguing matchups. Even though Week 5 isn’t the best slate of games, Georgia-Tennessee is a contest with national...