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The Vols defensive line will get a boost on Saturday against the Bulldogs. Junior Trevarris Saulsberry should be back in action after he missed the first three games of the season due to a knee injury. Tennessee freshman running back Derrell Scott is expected to be available Saturday as well after missing the Vols’ first three games with a foot injury. And freshman tight ends Ethan Wolf and Daniel Helm both “look good” and should be ready to play Saturday at Georgia coming off their recent injuries. The Volunteers travel to Athens Saturday (9/27) to face the Georgia Bulldogs. Vol Network coverage begins with the Kickoff Call In Show at 9:30am CT and kickoff is set for 11. Hear all the action on your home for the Vols, 102.5 WOW Country!
Rapper Snoop Dogg’s son could be headed to Big Orange Country. The University of Tennessee is one of multiple schools that have extended a scholarship offer to Cordell Broadus. Former UT player and current football DJ, Sterling 'Sterl the Pearl' Henton, thinks the 6’ 3’’, 186 pound, Wide Receiver could be a perfect fit for the UT program. Henton said, "We're happy he's considering us.
The Cumberland County High School Homecoming Parade is this afternoon in downtown Crossville. Prior to the parade, everyone is invited to a reception to honor CCHS 2014 Hall of Fame inductee Harry Sabine (suh-bine) today (Thurs. Sept.25,2014) at 4 p.m. in the CCHS library. Sabine will participate in the CCHS Homecoming Parade at 5:30 p.m. immediately after the reception. Other homecoming events include the community pep rally and bonfire after the parade in the gold parking lot of CCHS..
The City of Crossville is hosting a Free Shred Day today (Thursday, September 25) in the parking lot of Turner Complex at Centennial Park. A commercial shredder will be available to the public from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at no cost.
A construction worker has died during a project to expand a school in Middle Tennessee. The Tennessee Highway Patrol says 58-year-old Ricky McCurry died Tuesday after being pinned by a backhoe that overturned. The incident occurred at Eagleville School in Rutherford County, where a $5 million expansion project is underway. Ground was broken on the project in June and it is expected to be complete by the beginning of the next school year.