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Peyton Manning was among the former Tennessee players who praised and roasted Phillip Fulmer, who led the Volunteers to the 1998 national title.
Travon McMillian will be a player Tennessee fans will want to keep an eye on when the Vols face Virginia Tech on Sept. 10.
Bob Shoop at Tennessee and Dave Aranda are the popular picks, but who else might make his mark on the conference come the fall?
Which are the best three-player offensive units in the nation? The answers encompass three of last season's playoff teams, several Heisman favorites and some others that might surprise you.
The SEC has won several national titles recently, but a few conference teams are stuck in droughts. Do they have the pieces to end their misery?
With betting odds on the Heisman Trophy being offered in Las Vegas for only the second season, Phil Steele breaks down his early value bets for the prestigious award.
Returning superstars like Myles Garrett, Chad Kelly and Leonard Fournette headline the impact players in the SEC in 2016.
The Vols are everybody's pick in the SEC's Eastern Division, but if they don't shake the Gators, they'll be in an early hole.
How many victories for Volunteers?
With a predicted point differential of 18,3, Tennessee is expected to win five games by at least three touchdowns (the highest total of any FBS team). While that doesn't mean the Vols will win all those games by double digits, expect some routs coming down the stretch of the season. Who will have the most blowout wins? (Insider)
Most SEC head coaches aren't exactly putting in the effort to take satellite camps seriously. The question is: should they?
Tim Williams is moving up from a situational role at Alabama, while Tennessee's Jalen Reeves-Maybin is already proven. Who'll be better come the fall?
It's that part of the year when everybody is dreaming of the CFP. So what better time to offer up the single reason why each top 25 team could, should and will make a January title run?
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
Nine FBS assistants will participate this week in the NCAA Champion Forum, a professional development opportunity for minorities with head-coaching aspirations. They are: Iowa State's Louis Ayeni, Arizona's Tony Dews, Navy's Ivin Jasper, Washington's Jimmy Lake, Indiana's Deland McCullough, South Carolina's Bryan McClendon, Virginia Tech's Galen Scott, Tennessee's Larry Scott and North Carolina's Charlton Warren.
Ole Miss' Chad Kelly had the best 2015 among returning quarterbacks, but someone always seems to rise up in the SEC. Kind of like Kelly did.
Our panel reckons Florida State, Michigan, Oklahoma, USC and Tennessee have the best tunes in the country.
The Vols could use some depth in the secondary, and Tyler Byrd, the nation's top-ranked athlete in the 2016 class, and Nigel Warrior could provide it.
These five coaches aren't on the hot seat yet, but they need to win these pivotal 2016 games -- starting with Butch Jones beating Florida.
Tennessee's October schedule is treacherous; its November slate is easy. The Vols are one of five teams that can put themselves in the driver's seat if they can navigate their lopsided schedules.
How do coaches think 2016 will play out in the SEC? Opposing coaches dish, anonymously, on the low bar that LSU's Brandon Harris has to clear, why Bo Scarborough is a beast and much more.
College football fans, plan accordingly. ESPN and the SEC released the game times and networks for the first three weeks of the season.