Tennessee coach Josh Heupel said on Wednesday that the Vols have not decided on a starting quarterback heading into this weekend's game against Tennessee Tech.
- Vols undecided on QB starter vs. Tennessee Tech
- Former 49ers and Saints LB Haralson dies at 37
- Sherrill to serve as honorary Pitt captain vs. Vols
- Vols to start Michigan transfer Milton at QB
Former San Francisco 49ers linebacker and director of player engagement Parys Haralson, who also played two seasons in New Orleans, died Monday. He was 37.
— Kenny Pickett threw for 285 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a score to lead Pittsburgh to a 41-34 victory over Tennessee Saturday.
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Former Pitt coach Jackie Sherrill will serve as the team's honorary captain for Saturday's Johnny Majors Classic game against Tennessee. Sherrill worked as an assistant under Majors, who coached both the Panthers and Vols.
— Joe Doyle connected on all five of his first collegiate field-goal attempts, Brandon Thomas rushed for 147 yards and true freshman quarterback Seth Henigan had a successful debut as Memphis opened the season with a 42-17 victory over Nicholls on...
— If Tennessee head coach Josh Heupel's offense is going to work, its got to start on the ground.
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Tennessee coach Josh Heupel announced Monday that Michigan transfer Joe Milton III will start at quarterback in the season-opener against Bowling Green.
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