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Making The Most Out Of A Knoxville Game Day

Traveling for a weekend of college football can be exciting, but it can also be overwhelming if you happen to be attending a game in a new city on a limited amount of time such as a weekend. Having attending more than eighty home games in Knoxville (1st game at 2 months old), I have compiled a list of must sees on and around campus to [ . . read more . . ]

Tennessee at Georgia: Volunteers Experience Mixed Emotions

Fans from both teams certainly got their money’s worth in Athens, Ga. this past Saturday.  The contest between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Tennessee Volunteers saw 60 combined points in the first half, the highest first-half score in the SEC since 2004.  Paying attendance was just under 93,000 and no fan dared leave the 51-44 [ . . read more . . ]

Gameday in Iowa City

By John J. Thompson Iowa may be just 1-1 and coming off a loss to in-state rival Iowa State, but fans will still pack Kinnick Stadium to support the Hawkeyes this weekend.  The Hawks face another team from Iowa for the second weekend in a row, the University of Northern Iowa Panthers, ranked sixth in the Football Championship [ . . read more . . ]

Hail Sparty! I was there.

By Robert T. Burns Last Saturday, Lee Corso and the rest of the College GameDay crew traveled to East Lansing as the 16th ranked Michigan State Spartans hosted the 6th ranked Wisconsin Badgers for the second consecutive year.  Seeing ESPN’s College GameDay is a once in a lifetime event, so I couldn’t miss the opportunity to [ . . read more . . ]