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Kentucky, FSU to play in Music City Bowl
Titans down Texans, snap losing streak
Vandy thumps Georgia Tech
Sluggish Commodores survive in double overtime
Perhaps it’s a sign of good fortune that Vanderbilt knew in advance that it wouldn’t play well Thursday but still won.
Mooney, Vandy throttle Duke down the stretch
Vanderbilt guard Jessica Mooney didn’t start in Wednesday’s game against Duke.
VU women upset Duke
Titans promote Vickerson
The Tennessee Titans promoted defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson to their active roster and waived veteran defensive tackle Demetrin Veal on Wednesday.
VU women to face mighty Duke
Vanderbilt might benefit from having a mostly young and inexperienced team for tonight’s women’s basketball showdown against Duke.
Simpson’s leadership key for Maplewood
When things look the bleakest, successful teams look to successful leaders to help guide them through difficulty.
Belmont bashes MTSU in home opener
The big wins keep coming for the Belmont men’s basketball team early this season. First there was Cincinnati from the Big East. Then there was Alabama from the SEC.
Losses prove what Haynesworth is worth to defense
CINCINNATI — What’s Albert Haynesworth worth?
Punchless Titans get pummeled by Bengals
CINCINNATI — Look out below!
Bengals blast Titans 35-6
Vanderbilt falls to Wake Forest
Titans sign WR Williams
Titans’ Henry drops appeal
Rookie running back Chris Henry will drop his appeal of his four-game suspension and begin serving it right away, his agent Josh Luchs confirmed Wednesday.
Horrocks, Jackson-Garrison stayed the course
Theo Horrocks and Cassen Jackson-Garrison arrived at Vanderbilt in 2004 from different corners of the state of Tennessee.
MBA, BA battle for state crown
Around Thanksgiving, MBA and Brentwood Academy football teams will enjoy some turkey, dressing and the trimmings Thursday.
Review calls split for Titans
DENVER — In the oddest sequence of events since, well Sunday’s Cleveland-Baltimore field goal fiasco, the Tennessee Titans scored a touchdown on a delayed challenge, then lost quarterback Vince Young on a subsequent play that didn’t happen.
Titans melt down on Monday Night
DENVER — Call it a Mile High Mistake-fest.
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