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I wouldn’t even sell my bike on Craigslist without getting a police background check on the buyer and armed security for the transaction. But that’s me.
Jon Gruden will not be the next coach at the University of Tennessee, which is probably for the best for all involved. But that won’t keep the Gruden-to-UT rumor from coming up every time Tennessee look for the coach… no matter how predictable the end result.
Last night, it was rumored that Jon Gruden had been offered the head coaching gig at Tennessee. This is about par for the course with everyone’s favorite excitable ESPN announcer: at some point during the season, Gruden’s name is going to come up when you’re talking about high-profile openings. But there was a unique wrinkle to this latest Gruden rumor. More, after the jump.
Few things are as horrifying as a gruesome knee injury. And as far as gruesome knee injuries go, few are as bad as the one suffered by South Carolina’s Marcus Lattimore in today’s game against Tennessee.
Yesterday’s sports action was pretty much exclusively college football. And of those college football games, only two resulted in upset victories. That being said, let’s see how the nation’s top two teams handled their business on Saturday.
Tennessee power forward Jarnell Stokes is a big guy – 6-foot-8, 270 pounds big, to be exact. Give his younger brother Isaiah a few years, though, and he might be making Jarnell look like not much at all.
Quarterback Tyler Bray has alternated between looking extremely promising and struggling during his two seasons at Tennessee. He’s got a ton of potential, but still some more work to do to fulfill it… and what he recently got accused of isn’t exactly the throwing practice his coaches probably had in mind.
One of the most storied coaching careers in the history of any sport ended today (sort of), as legendary Tennessee women’s basetball coach Pat Summitt announced she would step down, with her role filled by Tennessee’s associate head coach, Holly Warlick.