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Rucker: Open-door policy benefits Vols basketball, fans

I could use this space to lament the vanishing media access to Tennessee and most other major college football programs across the country. I could complain about the many ways that harms everyone in ... read more

Four and Out: Closer look at Tigers vs. Vols

SECOND DOWN: This week, I caught up with Wes Rucker, the senior writer for GoVols247.com to ... Consistency at the top would be a good start. Q: If I'm a Vols fan, why should I believe they can beat a ... read more

Vols starting over on defense

For Couch, in particular, the 4-3 is a better. The Vols’ secondary should also benefit in 2013 thanks to a couple of additions. Safety Brian Randolph was Tennessee’s best defensive back a year ago unt... read more

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Farmers markets touted as boost for economy

Agriculture and Rural Development Committee Chairman Dave Sypolt, R-Preston, and Vice Chairwoman Patricia Rucker, R-Jefferson ... "deserts" that exist in rural counties of West Virginia may benefit fr... read more


LeBron James’ company challenges Alabama football over barbershop videos

The NBA all-star and noted Ohio State fan has reportedly sent a letter to Alabama’s football ... perhaps LeBron and company will benefit from hearing some words of wisdom from Meyer, who has just turn... read more

Church briefs Sept. 20

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Stories for March 2013

posted: 03/31/2013 4:19 a.m. President Barack Obama took in a round of golf before attending a game at Washington’s Verizon Center between Syracuse and Marquette for a berth in the Final Four of the N... read more

Rucker: Jennings, Vols prove two wrongs make a double wrong

(Want the latest scoop on Tennessee football and basketball ... giving Tennessee the benefit of the doubt and considering the possibility that other things have occurred behind the scenes, you can’t j... read more

Spurrier recalls best one-liners, preps to be honored by rival Volunteers

Steve Spurrier is back ... He told ESPN.com a few years ago he probably would have gone to Tennessee out of high school -- and was also recruited by then-Tennessee basketball coach Ray Mears -- but th... read more

Emptying the Notebook: Stars aligned?

Technically, Memorial Stadium held about 4,000 fewer fans Saturday than what used to be considered ... Keck, who turned 25 last month, was a high-profile recruit out of Harrisonville, Mo., in 2007 but ... read more



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