Tennessee knocks on the door of bowl eligibility with win against Kentucky

On 4th & Goal with 1:24 left in the game, Tennessee’s defense snuffed out an option look by the Wildcats to regain possession with a 17-13 lead. On a pivotal 3rd down, veteran QB Jarrett Guarantano rolled out and rushed for the four yards needed for a first down. UT took a couple knees andContinue reading “Tennessee knocks on the door of bowl eligibility with win against Kentucky”

Question marks arise all across the floor as Vols win 78-63

Tennessee kicked off their 2019-20 hoops campaign with a 78-63 victory over UNC Asheville on Tuesday night. The halftime deficit was only eight points after the Bulldogs put together a nice run in the final minute of the first half. Tennessee was clearly the more talented team, but at times the Bulldogs and Vols lookedContinue reading “Question marks arise all across the floor as Vols win 78-63”

Anthony Davis drops 40 and 20 as the Lakers demolish Memphis

Anthony Davis became the first Lakers player since Shaq in 2003 to have a 40 point 20 rebound game as a member of the Los Angeles Lakers. Oh, and he did it in just three quarters. I made a claim on this very site that one could argue New Orleans won the AD trade byContinue reading “Anthony Davis drops 40 and 20 as the Lakers demolish Memphis”

Jennings and Bituli lead Tennessee to a 41-21 win over South Carolina

Will Muschamp’s reign over the Tennessee Volunteers officially ended on Saturday. The coach was 7-0 against the Vols lifetime with three wins as the coach at Florida and four as South Carolina’s. Both teams were itching for a win to keep their bowl hopes alive, and the second half performance by the Vols confirmed theContinue reading “Jennings and Bituli lead Tennessee to a 41-21 win over South Carolina”

Guarantano or Shrout? Jeremy Pruitt’s Biggest Decision to Date

Jeremy Pruitt confirmed Wednesday that Redshirt Freshman QB, J.T. Shrout, will at least have an opportunity to play Saturday against South Carolina. Most of the fan base has expressed their outright feelings that they’re ready to move on from Jarrett Guarantano. And, honestly, the game tape tells the same story. Guarantano appeared in 12 gamesContinue reading “Guarantano or Shrout? Jeremy Pruitt’s Biggest Decision to Date”

The Year of the Duo: 2019-2020 NBA Season Preview

The NBA is as evenly distributed talent wise as it has been since LeBron’s valiant return to Cleveland in 2014. And in 90’s throwback fashion, the narrative of the season is dominated by the dynamic duos which have formed all across the league. Tonight is like Christmas morning for all of us NBA fans asContinue reading “The Year of the Duo: 2019-2020 NBA Season Preview”

Maurer and Tagovailoa exit early as Tide roll Tennessee 35-13

Judging by the box score, most fans would think it was the same old story. Alabama dominating Tennessee for the 13th straight season without any sort of fight from the men in orange & white. But the game tape tells a different story. Jeremy Pruitt and company had the the #1 team in the countryContinue reading “Maurer and Tagovailoa exit early as Tide roll Tennessee 35-13”

Two phantom penalties cost Detroit as Packers win on last second field goal

“That’s a part of the move I do, and yeah, I don’t think its a penalty.” Lions defensive end, Trey Flowers, defended both of the illegal hands to the face penalties called on him on crucial 3rd downs in the 4th quarter. The calls both resulted in Packers first downs, the second ultimately leading toContinue reading “Two phantom penalties cost Detroit as Packers win on last second field goal”

Alarm bells are officially sounding for the 2-4 Browns

Baker Mayfield has become the epitome of everything he wasn’t last season. His immense swagger has become his greatest enemy as there is no “juice” without wins. He looks uncomfortable when the pocket breaks down, which in the past, has been the second year quarterback’s greatest strength. After a gut wrenching 32-28 loss to theContinue reading “Alarm bells are officially sounding for the 2-4 Browns”

LSU cruises past Florida as Burrow inserts himself into the Heisman conversation

With 10:56 left in the third quarter, Redshirt Junior quarterback Kyle Trask fired a bullet across the middle to push the seventh ranked Gators outfront 28-21 in Death Valley. From that moment until the horn sounded, LSU reminded us all why we may need to forget Alabama & Clemson as the front runners to winContinue reading “LSU cruises past Florida as Burrow inserts himself into the Heisman conversation”