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Category Archives: UT sports
Knoxville is “Tyndall Town” now
Like More than 200 community and business leaders filled a big tent overlooking World’s Fair Park on a patio at the Knoxville Convention Center last week to welcome Donnie Tyndall, UT’s new men’s basketball coach. The mood was optimistic and … Continue reading
Bobby Denton: More than a mogul
Like I think Bobby Denton would have liked the beautiful funeral flowers from Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire. I know he would have chuckled at the wreath created in the image of “Wivik,” the frog mascot of radio station WIVK. … Continue reading
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Big Orange boogie woogie
Like If I can help it, I’m not going to miss seeing boogie woogie piano player Jason D. Williams when he is in our area. The spitting image of (a younger) Jerry Lee Lewis, Williams most recently was in town … Continue reading
Business community warmly embraces Lady Vols Coach Holly Warlick at festive reception
Like The Knoxville business community gave new Lady Vols Basketball Coach Holly Warlick and her staff a warm reception last week at a well attended cocktail party at the Knoxville Convention Center. In return, Warlick made three commitments that surely … Continue reading
Newest Vol is a winner!
Like This is a guest blog post by my friend and client Mary Bogert, the general manager of the Knoxville Convention Center. She wrote it for her own blog, From Inside the Center, shortly after a welcome event that Moxley … Continue reading
The “Vol Historian” on being a “cabana boy”
Like Tom Mattingly, a former city of Knoxville employee before joining the UT Sports Information Office for 18 years (1987 to 2005), has for the past four years written a Sunday column and daily blog for the News Sentinel. Both … Continue reading
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Celebrating Vince Dooley’s other love
Like Legendary University of Georgia football coach and athletic director, Vince Dooley — also the father of UT football coach Derek Dooley — is in town to visit the Knoxville Botanical Garden tonight and sign copies of his new book … Continue reading
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Johnny Majors on music, race and running it up
Like Former University of Tennessee football coach Johnny Majors was guest of honor Sunday at one of the Knoxville Symphony League‘s “Elegant Dining” dinners and I, for one, was surprised and touched by some of what he had to say. … Continue reading
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Business crowd likes what it sees as new UT prez is introduced at a packed downtown gathering
Like • “He said all the right things.” • “He seems like a good guy. And he’s from UT!” • “He doesn’t seem like a loose cannon!” Those were some of the comments heard in the crowd of nearly 300 … Continue reading
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