Tennessee’s football team hosted some important visitors. It’s basketball team took one on the chin.
The Vols begin bowl practice on Monday and the SEC basketball schedule is right around the corner. It’s a busy time in Knoxville, Tenn.
Here are four things to know:
- Tennessee’s coaching staff may get an overhaul that would include a quarterbacks coach.
- A former Vols QB gave Georgia a glowing endorsement on its offensive coordinator hire.
- A key quarterback prospect is suddenly favoring another school over Tennessee.
- OPINION: Outback Bowl won’t be good enough in 2016 for Butch Jones.
Other Tennessee news from around the Internet
- Turning pro early is not always the best decision, according to Knoxville News Sentinel columnist John Adams.
- Tennessee basketball coach Rick Barnes said his team can learn from the Butler loss, according to Knoxville News Sentinel reporter Grant Ramey.
- Even in a loss, Tennessee’s freshman forward Admiral Schofield continues to emerge, according to GoVols247.com’s Wes Rucker.
- Tennessee commitment De’Andre Christmas-Giles has a new SEC scholarship offer to consider, according to GoVols247.com’s Ryan Callahan.
The best stories around the SEC
- Alabama running back Derrick Henry won the Heisman Trophy on Saturday.
- Mark Richt said he believes Georgia and Miami are on a collision course for a national championship.
- Report: Coveted quarterback transfer considering visit to Alabama.
- Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari isn’t happy with his basketball team.