Tony Vitello: Changing the Narrative

Did you ever imagine Vols baseball talking over the Tennessee airwaves? Sure, football is the cash cow of Rocky Top, but for this 2021 spring, Tony Vitello and this baseball team have definitely made their mark. Tony Vitell has turned this program around and has gotten better every year: YEARRecordSEC RecordStandingPostseason201829–2712–18T–6th (East)201940–2114–163rd (East)NCAA Regional202015–20–0(East)Season canceled due … Continue reading Tony Vitello: Changing the Narrative

Rick Barnes Expectation vs. Reality

After Friday’s final horn sounded, what was your initial reaction? Were you mad? Surprised? Now, after letting it stew for some days, what are your thoughts? Still surprised? Disappointed?  Are you on the side of this being the biggest let down in Tennessee basketball history? Do you think Rick Barnes’ time at UT is coming … Continue reading Rick Barnes Expectation vs. Reality

Finding Fulkerson

Saturday at Thompson-Boling Arena, once again, showed the two faces of Tennessee. Most of the first half, every shot Tennessee took looked hard. Not a lot of rhythm offensively, and just subpar defense. But who was the one that kept the Vols alive and was then the catalyst of the comeback? You guessed it, Fulky.  … Continue reading Finding Fulkerson

OPINION: The Vols can’t afford to hit the reset button again

All of Vol nation is rightfully upset with the results of this season. 3-7 with all 7 losses by double digits is completely unacceptable at the University of Tennessee. Staff changes need to be made, but pulling the plug on Pruitt has the potential to be a huge mistake. In fact the only way it’s … Continue reading OPINION: The Vols can’t afford to hit the reset button again

How do the Vols turn their season around?

In recent years, It’s not uncommon that a Tennessee Football team comes up short of their expectations. Through 2.5 games it seemed the Vols might be turning that corner. Then they forgot to come out of the locker room. After a third straight embarrassing loss, there’s a lot to fix. First things first, Bench JG. … Continue reading How do the Vols turn their season around?

For The Last Time: Bench Him!

Coming into this season, many of us believed Tennessee was “just a QB away” from competing for a trip to Atlanta. That could still be the case, but the only way to find out is benching Jarrett Guarantano permanently. Let’s get this out of the way: QB play was not the only (and maybe not … Continue reading For The Last Time: Bench Him!

Johnny’s Major Keys to Beating Georgia

8 game winning streak, a dominant offensive line, a now healthy secondary, and one of the best hype videos you'll see  All this combined, equals a whole lot of optimism.  For all this optimism, there has to be some results so you can wake up on Sunday knowing there were no humans barking in celebration.Mike … Continue reading Johnny’s Major Keys to Beating Georgia

Johnny’s Major Keys

Sorry for the lack of a Vollhalla podcast folks. Mike and I will be back next week. This week wanted to fill the void with our Johnny’s Major Keys to the week. We’re going back and forth style on this one. (CHASE) Fans, chill out on the early call to replace JG. This first one … Continue reading Johnny’s Major Keys

Vols Y’all

Your weekly update for all things Orange: The Volunteers are experiencing a great deal of turnover within their coaching staff this offseason David Johnson, Chris Rumph, Tracy Rocker, Kevin Sherrer and Drew Hughes are all departing the program looking for greener pastures. Whether they were encouraged to search for other opportunities or left on their … Continue reading Vols Y’all

The Volunteer Road to Gainesville

I would say for most Vols fans, beating Florida makes up for all the shortcomings of the 2019 season. A road rivalry win is something that can undo a lot of hate and question marks for this program. We all know the history of the 2000s and Florida looks at this game as an automatic … Continue reading The Volunteer Road to Gainesville