Monthly Archives: January 2018

Photo credit: Anne Newman/RTI The No. 18 Vols kept their good vibes rolling on Wednesday night, as they handled LSU en route to a...

The RTI Live Show was at Toyota Knoxville, and we gave our predictions for the Vols for National Signing Day and discussed the men's basketball team too.

According to, the Vols have had the second-most players on Super Bowl rosters among all college teams since the AFL-NFL merger.

The Vols sent out a scholarship offer to an athletic four-star defensive end out of the state of Texas in the 2019 recruiting class on Tuesday.

Only one of the Vols' draft eligible players for the 2018 NFL Draft was ranked in CBS Sports' initial top 190 draft prospects.

UT Athletics Director Phillip Fulmer said in an interview he wants to stay AD for "five, six years," and the stability he brings to the position cannot be overlooked.

Vol coaches met with two of the Vols' top remaining targets in the 2018 class on Monday as they visited a 5-star corner and a 4-star running back.

Another Butch Jones assistant, Brady Hoke, has landed a new job. Only this time the job is in the NFL and not in college football.

The Vols picked up a commitment from under the radar cornerback Brandon Davis in the 2018 class on Monday afternoon.

There are some prospects the Vols would like to have and there are some they need to land in order for their 2018 class to be a success. These five are "must gets" for Tennessee.