By the way... Thank you Tim Priest.
John Wilkerson would be a good one, his baseball calls are fabulous. He makes it exciting. Mike Keith should have been John Ward's replacement and has proven to be an exciting voice of the Titans. Most times you don't know if Bob is the home team's announcer. He just calls the plays with little emotion. Thankfully, Tim and Bert bring life to the airwaves.
Tennessee Titans are a football team in the National Football League's American Football Conference's South Division. Tennessee Volunteers are a football team in the Southeastern Conference East Division. I suppose SDS got the two teams confused and put the Titans under the Volunteers news page.
I'd like to know if there are reasons behind these number aquistions. Interesting that number 5 Hendron Hooker was number 2 at VT and number 2 upside down looks like a 5. According to the Waybackmachine about the tradition of a Virginia Tech cheer a $5.00 prize was given to the winner of the cheer contest. Here was the winning cheer. "Hoki, Hoki, Hoki, Hy. Techs, Techs, V.P.I. Sola-Rex, Sola-Rah. Polytechs - Vir-gin-ia. Rae, Ri, V.P.I. Later, the phrase "Team! Team! Team!" was added at the end, and an "e" was added to "Hoki." Notice there are 5 H's in the first line. There is also the letter "e" that was added to "Hoki" using the 5th letter of the alphabet and making the word into a 5 lettered word. Notice QB HH has 2 H's going to play the number 5. A graduate transfer apparently in his 5th year. He will play for the 5th coach past NC Coach Fulmer and UT's 5th game of the year will be against Missouri where CJH assisted and he has coaching experience at 5 schools before landing the UT job. Hopeful for good things to come! I'd like to know more about these number assignments.
"Garner has been with Auburn since 2013," Sounds likely Steele will be the DC with all the "Thanks, but no thanks."
"It will be a rematch of the first game of the Jeremy Pruitt era." Irony if it's the last.
Not heard anything about this being "Senior Day" since it is the last home game of the season. Will JG start?
I think what they are trying to accomplish is to make up the Vanderbilt/Missouri game now and have a "bubble" situation later with the teams in closer proximity. Vandy and UT are close as well as Missouri and Arkansas. As COVID rates increase, Vandy and Missouri may be harder to make up then than having teams closer to one another play.