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Posted: Thursday, July 30th, 2015, 11:32 AM
Congratulations Smokies!!! Link

That didn't take long. Link

Wow. Lipstick on a pig. Link

So great to see Eric Berry back smiling. Link

Jalen Reeves Maybin is a breakout star....[more]
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Posted: Wednesday, July 29th, 2015, 8:39 AM
Next Thursday, August 6th, we will be live @ Willow Creek for Friends of Babies With Special Needs. This is quite a wonderful cause and one near and dear to my heart. My brother Steve was a special needs child born 4 years before me. What a tremendous blessing he was in my life growing up. Anyway, I have a soft spot for these folks, and they need some help with their golf tourney. Would you consider playing or sponsoring a hole? The gentleman I talked with yesterday Don Thompson can be reached on his cell # at (865)603-2581. Here's a link to what this terrific organization stands for. I hope you'll stand with them. Link

Posted: Tuesday, July 28th, 2015, 10:13 AM
Complete and total All Star/All American two segment appearance from Houston Kress who broke it down scientifically yesterday on the show. His thorough preview of Tennessee's schedule was flat out next level. I loved his take on the way UT for once is getting a complete fair shake from the schedule makers. There's not a team anywhere of consequence on UT's schedule that wouldn't trade with the Vols in terms of opponents played the week before they meet the Vols. This season is really taking on an interesting shape 39 days out. I don't know what to think expectations wise but it's going to be a lot of fun to watch 2015 unfold. I just get the feeling that something truly memorable is about to go down here.

Meanwhile our scheduling secret is getting out. Link

The secret is out...Did I tell you this? Butch Jones is getting ready to face some pressure in year 3....[more]
Posted: Thursday, July 23rd, 2015, 7:43 PM
by Beano

SEC STRENGTHS: With the SEC Media Days in the rear-view mirror as well as my self-imposed July 4th start date for perusing the preseason annuals it’s time to take a look at each SEC team’s major strength

ALABAMA-Defensive Line: NG A’Shawn Robinson is on everyone’s preseason All American team demanding double teams that provide opportunities for excellent DEs Jonathan Allen (11.5 tfl; 5.5 sacks) and Jarran Reed. Honorable Mention-Running Back It’s Derrick Henry’s turn to be the feature back and he’s a stud (5.8 ypc 11 TDs). Kenyan Drake has recovered from last season’s broken leg and his speed and versatility make him the perfect multi-purpose backup for Henry.

ARKANSAS-Offensive Line Phil Steele lists both RT Dan Skipper and LT Denver Kirkland as 2nd team All-SEC and LG Sebastian Tretola on his 3rd. SR C Mitch Smothers gives the Hogs four returning starters....[more]
Posted: Thursday, July 16th, 2015, 11:49 PM
by Beano

BEWARE OF THE BEST PAIR: With apologies to former Tennessee Head Coach Phillip Fulmer sometimes predicting the outcome of the SEC Division races has more to do with “assigned foes” rather than “Jimmies and Joes”. As in who are your two non-division SEC opponents? My Brother Freddy has long asserted that Division races are often decided when the schedule is announced rather than when it is played. With expected tightly contested races set to occur the difference could well be who caught a break in scheduling and who didn’t. With that here’s the breakdown of whose running unopposed and who got hosed listed by Division in (by my opinion only) reverse order of difficulty


TEXAS A&M: (S Carolina; @Vandy) Having your only non-division road game in Dudley Field and a home game versus a seemingly fading South Carolina program qualifies as a great draw....[more]
Posted: Thursday, July 9th, 2015, 10:53 PM
by Beano

I can’t describe how much I appreciate Geoff Brock and Phil Cooper taking time out of their busy day last Friday to join me on the show and for Keith Hatfield doing the same on Monday. Their input was invaluable and made each day very enjoyable. I also am always humbled and truly grateful for the wonderful audience response that you bless me with when I sit in for the remarkably gifted Tony Basilio. I can’t adequately express how much it means to me. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

I am once again off for another of my Jurassic softball jaunts this weekend so I regretfully will not be sitting co-pilot for day-two of the Welcome Back Tony celebration....[more]
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