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Vandy stuns top-ranked Florida
Derrick Byars and Shan Foster each scored 24 points to lead Vanderbilt to a stunning 83-70 upset victory over No. 1 Florida on Saturday at Memorial Gym.
Sources: Forsberg traded to Predators
Peter Forsberg, a former Hart Trophy winner and five-time NHL All-Star, is apparently going to be a Nashville Predator, according to media reports.
Clark will return for Boulevard Battle after missing two games
Belmont�s ten-game winning streak and hopes of running the table in the Atlantic Sun came to a rest last week when superstar forward Alysha Clark sprained her ankle in practice.
Vandy topples nation's No. 1 team, 7-3
The No. 8 Vanderbilt baseball squad opened the 2007 season Friday by knocking off top-ranked Rice 7-3 at the Houston Astros College Classic at Minute Maid Park in Houston.
TSU announces 19 signees
Tennessee State landed 19 signatures on National Signing Day, including three Division I-A transfers and a Henry County quarterback coach James Webster called the best in the state.
Young honored by <i>Sporting News</i>
Tennessee Titans rookie quarterback Vince Young has been named the
2006 Rookie of the Year.
VU's Stamper granted fifth season of eligibility
The NCAA has granted Vanderbilt offensive lineman Brian Stamper a fifth year of eligibility for the 2007 football season, the school announced Friday.
MBA football coach Rutledge resigns
Montgomery Bell Academy football coach and athletic director Jeff Rutledge has resigned his positions after five years on the job.
Titans GM Reese steps down
Vanderbilt's Goff to return for senior season
Linebacker Jonathan Goff, Vanderbilt's leading tackler in 2006, will return for his senior season in 2007, Commodores coach Bobby Johnson said Friday.
Young wins Offensive Rookie of the Year
Tennessee Titans Quarterback Vince Young has won the Associated Press NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award.
Whether the Tennessee Titans make the playoffs or not, soon enough the business side of pro football will be the focus.
Honors piling up for rookie Young
The accolades continue to pile up for rookie quarterback Vince Young, who on Wednesday was named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week.
Henry focused on clash with Bills
Travis Henry holds no ill will against the Buffalo Bills, but admits he circled Sunday
Titans-Bills series short, but memorable
Teams from Nashville and Buffalo don
Wallace moved to active duty
The Titans, as expected, moved tight end Cooper Wallace to the active roster with Scaife
The last time the Tennessee Titans faced the Jacksonville Jaguars, all was not well.
CPA's Wallace to join Titans
Former Christ Presbyterian Academy star Cooper Wallace is expected to be promoted to the Tennessee Titans' 53-man active roster.
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