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David Price to do coin-toss at VU-Florida game
Former Vanderbilt pitcher David Price, who recently pitched in the World Series, will appear at Saturday’s football game between the Commodores and the University of Florida.
Obama victory ‘historic’ in eyes of local black community leaders
Like many black Nashvillians, the Rev. James Thomas clearly remembers life before the Civil Rights movement.
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Four keys for the next Vols coach
The Phillip Fulmer era is over at UT.
Reynolds wins opener in Challenger Tennis
No. 2 seed Bobby Reynolds won his opening round match Tuesday afternoon in the $75,000 Music City Tennis Challenger at Vanderbilt Center.
Chavis still reeling from Fulmer's firing
KNOXVILLE — Defensive coordinator John Chavis heard the widespread speculation in recent weeks that coach Phillip Fulmer was nearing the end of his tenure with the Tennessee football team.
VU's Moore a semifinalist for Thorpe award
Vanderbilt junior cornerback D.J. Moore was named as a semifinalist for the 2008 Jim Thorpe Award today.
FRA gunning for 2nd straight soccer championship
Defending champion Franklin Road Academy, winner of four of the last five state tournaments, begins defense of its Class A/AA soccer title today in Chattanooga.
Titans still on undefeated trail
As the election finally came to an end Tuesday night, the Tennessee Titans find themselves still on the campaign trail — the trail to stay unbeaten.
Belmont 18th in mid-major poll
Belmont University men’s basketball is ranked 18th in the 2008-09 Preseason Mid Major Top 25 Poll on CollegeInsider.com.
Colts sign DT Johnson off Titans practice squad
The Indianapolis Colts have signed defensive tackle Antonio Johnson off the Tennessee Titans practice squad to their 53-man roster.
Ex-TSU star Gilliam to be inducted to state Hall
The late, legendary TSU quarterback Joe Gilliam, Jr., will be one of 11 inductees into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame at its banquet in February.
Arnott, Weber on NHL All-Star ballot
Nashville Predators center Jason Arnott and Preds defenseman Shea Weber are on the ballot for the 2009 NHL All-Star game to be held in Montreal in January.
Preds defenseman earns 'third Star' award from NHL
Nashville Predators defenseman Shea Weber continues to get recognition for his play this season.
Prep Notes: CPA, FRA brace for state soccer tourney
Defending champion Franklin Road Academy and Christ Presbyterian Academy open play in the TSSAA Class A/AA state soccer tournament Wednesday in Chattanooga.
Ram upsets top seed Spadea in Music City Challenger tennis
There is a battering Ram in the $75,000 Music City Tennis Challenger.
After ‘disappointing’ season, Fulmer out as Vols’ coach
KNOXVILLE — Phillip Fulmer confirmed Monday that this season will be his last as the University of Tennessee’s football coach, hinting that he was asked to step aside from a 17-year tenure highlighted by a national championship.
VU impressed with Florida
On Monday, Vanderbilt head coach Bobby Johnson was asked if he was impressed with the way the No. 4-ranked Florida looked “on paper.”
Vanden Bosch 'day-to-day' regarding groin injury
Defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch’s situation was termed “day-to-day” Monday by Tennessee Titans coach Jeff Fisher.
Another early exit for Vanden Bosch
For the third time in as many tries, Kyle Vanden Bosch’s day ended prematurely.
Preds coaches send message with benchings
In the Nashville Predators version of “Russian Roulette” no one dies, but three players get to sit and watch the game from the stands.
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