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Tennessee’s young O-line starting to grow up

>>Associated Press   KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The emergence of quarterback Joshua Dobbs is helping Tennessee’s young offensive line show signs of growth. After giving up 30 sacks in its first seven games, the Volunteers have allowed just two sacks the past two games. In its most recent game, Tennessee didn’t ...

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Senators brainstorm legislation, pass resolutions

Resolution No. 4, a bill to update signage on campus, was passed unanimously during the SGA meeting on Wednesday, Oct 16. The resolution was proposed at the Wednesday, Oct. 9 meeting by Senators Chris Hayes and Zach Inman. The legislation aims to update outdated and misleading signage around campus. At ...

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Volunteers ‘Plant the Campus Red’

» By Myranda Harrison Staff Writer In honor of Earth Day, students, faculty and members of the Campus Activities Committee planted flowers and helped with landscaping around the APSU campus Thursday, April 26. Those participating were either solo volunteers or involved in a campus affiliated group such as the various ...

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To stay or not to stay: the question for top NFL prospects from Tennessee

» By associated press KNOXVILLE — Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray has experienced many peaks and valleys in his junior season, but he was a model of consistency in his final weekly media session. Three times during his discussion with reporters, Bray was asked draft-related questions. He gave pretty much the ...

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Cup-cake games: bad for big school, good for underdog

–mwilliams0824@gmail.com More often than not, the true reason behind universities scheduling “cup-cake” games, or easy games against easier opponents, is lost on the fans and the media. This season in particular, I have heard a lot of radio hosts, call-in fans and social media fans complaining about some teams’ strength ...

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