Found October 11, 2013 on
Fox Sports Tennessee:
By Riley Blevins
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Offensive coordinator Mike Bajakian gives an update on the readiness of both freshmen quarterbacks.
Bajakian also comments on Alton Howard's fumble and says the slotman went again the technique he was taught.
Running backs coach Robert Gillespie says he would have changed something against Georgia if he could go back. What is it?
Will Jalen Reeves-Maybin finally see playing time on defense against South Carolina?
Find all of it out and more below.
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Pig Howard (Photo Credit: Washingtonpost.com)
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Alton Howard trudged out of the sports complex, staring at his feet as he approached a hungry mob of media. He knew what would be asked.
So there he stood, fidgeting, shifting his weight from foot to foot and feverishly twirling an orange rubber bracelet around his left wrist.
The bracelet read relentless.
Its the approach Pig is taking the rest of the season...
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It’s called the coliseum. A place where 43 drivers strap in and compete for 500 miles/laps.
In 2016, Bristol Motor Speedway will transformer into an NCAA football stadium.
According to Bruce Feldman of CBSSports.com, the Tennessee Volunteers and Virginia Tech Hokies have agreed to play at the 1.0 mile track.
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College football at a 160,000 seat Nascar track? Um, fu#! yea, why not?
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