The coaching carousel spun at breakneck speed Tuesday in college football as the nation’s most powerful conference welcomed in two new head coaches.
Despite some wild reports earlier this week, it appears that former Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Jon Gruden will not be taking over the head coaching job at the University of Tennessee.
The head coach best known as “Chucky” is the most sought after man on Rocky Top.
The news broke Monday morning that the University of Miami Hurricanes will self-impose a second-consecutive postseason ban on the football team. Word spread quickly and left fans, coaches and players disappointed over the decision.
Tennessee and its big-play offense got beaten at its own game.
When the Florida Gators take the field at Neyland Stadium Saturday, for the first time in a long time, the game between the Gators and Tennessee Volunteers actually carries some relevance on the national stage.
When Florida travels to Tennessee to play the Volunteers Saturday, they wil be doing it without two defensive players.
Just three years ago, running back Bryce Brown out of Wichita, Kansas was the most sought after recruit in the country. Now, he is on the outside looking in on the 2012 NFL scouting combine.
Chris Rainey had 233 total yards, including an 83-yard touchdown catch, and No. 16 Florida beat rival Tennessee 33-23 Saturday, extending two decades of dominance in the Southeastern Conference series.
The Miami Dolphins announced Monday that they have signed free agent linebackers Marvin Mitchell to be the newest Fins reserve player.