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Vols rally for 10-8 win over Alabama

Tennessee rallied from a six-run deficit, exploding for four runs in both the third and eighth innings to record a 10-8 triumph in the series opener against Alabama on Friday night at Lindsey Nelson Stadium.

Late rally falls short as Kentucky downs #9 Tennessee softball, 5-3

An uncharacteristic three errors by UT on Friday night at the Lee Softball Stadium helped tell part of the story as the #9 Tennessee Lady Vol softball team (25-8, 7-5 Southeastern Conference) also watched Kentucky's offense bang out nine hits in emerging victorious from its series opener over the Lady Vols, 5-3.

Livan Hernandez joins Braves after Astros cut him

Hernandez is a two-time All Star and helped Florida win the 1997 World Series.

Nelson, Ward to be inducted into Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame

The two legendary Tennessee voices are among 12 honorees that will be celebrated as the Hall recognizes the rich and diverse history of Tennessee radio.

New CEO at IBM revives Augusta membership debate

As a club that prides itself on tradition, Augusta National has unwittingly wound up in the middle of a membership debate it thought it was done with nearly a decade ago.

Vols spring practice: Day 3 (3/29)

Da'Rick Rogers did not practice with Vols, Dooley said he has "some things to do internally" before he'll be back.

Pressure on Ice Bears after losing playoffs opener to RiverKings

Mississippi doubles up Knoxville 6-3 in game one of three game series.

Vols ward off Delta Devils, 8-4

Tennessee shook off a slow start to complete a midweek sweep of Mississippi Valley State, doubling up the Delta Devils, 8-4, on Wednesday night at Lindsey Nelson Stadium. Junior Drew Steckenrider went 2-for-3 with three RBIs and fired 1.2 innings of shutout relief in the win.

An evening with Johnny Majors and Bob Kesling

The Morristown Rotary Club is hosting a Fundraising Dinner for the construction of a new Morristown Rotary 18 Hole Disc Golf Course to be constructed at Frank Lorino Park located in the heart of Morristown. The fundraising event is scheduled for April 24, 2012 at 6:00 p.m. at The Country Club in Morristown, TN. Featured speakers include Johnny Majors, former University of Tennessee Football Coach, and Bob Kesling, Voice of the Vols. Dinner music will be presented by The Al Curtis Orchestra, Russell Ramsey, Director.

Jon Gruden to speak at UT Football Clinic

Former Super Bowl champion head coach Jon Gruden, who started his coaching career at the University of Tennessee as a graduate assistant from 1986-87, will be a featured speaker at the 2012 Tennessee Football Coaching Clinic, which runs from April 12-14.