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Is Dooley The Legitimate Long-Term Solution At Tennessee?
Derek Dooley, or Doolander as some call him, is entering year two of his six-year contract in Knoxville as the head coach for the University of Tennessee. Some think he might make it for the full length of his contract, while others have their serious doubts about his ability to lead this program.
Published August 14, 2011 - 6:15am
Top Ten SEC Coaches of All-Time
Before I start, allow me to state that the article written is my own personal opinion, and I have used my own criteria. To qualify, a coach must have coached at least ten years IN the SEC. There are a lot of great coaches who will not make this list …
Published March 9, 2011 - 1:52pm
Rocky Top Preview – Why 2011 Will Be Much Better
Although 2010 ended on a Music City sour note with a Baton Rouge flashback (except this time an additional play was granted for the opponent’s infraction), things on Rocky Top are looking up for Vol football fans. Here are the top 8 reasons why the Big Orange will be better …
Published January 3, 2011 - 6:09am
Mark Richt’s First Salvo Off The Off-Season
Joe Tereshinski will replace Dave Van Halanger as Strength and Conditioning coach. Tereshinski played center at UGA from 1975-76. His father Joe Sr. played at UGA as well as his son Joe III who was a part time QB in 2006. Van Halanger was the S&C coach at FSU under …
Published December 4, 2010 - 12:41pm