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Sports Today: An old voice provides familiar message in Bengals locker room

Published: Thursday, November 09, 2017 @ 11:03 AM

Special teams have been an issue at times recently for Marvin Lewis’ Bengals, and he got a little animated talking about how to fix them.

If you want to know how things are going for the Cincinnati Bengals these days, the most interesting guy in the locker room Wednesday was a newly signed backup offensive lineman. 

Veteran Eric Winston, re-signed after Jake Fisher went on Injured Reserve, is a reputed good talker and the president of the players association, but still… 

A lot of us gathered around him to ask about the state of the team, and he was diplomatic in regards to how ready he might be to actually play on Sunday against the Titans while also declining to speculate why the team is 3-5. 

RELATED: 5 things the Titans’ coach said about the Bengals

Winston had some interesting things to say about the value of veteran leadership, which isn’t surprising since he’s a veteran leader. 

But, again, the fact he became an immediate go-to guy for that type of question says a lot about the composition of the locker room and the state of the team. 

There are plenty of exciting young talents in Cincinnati, but who is going to give them direction? 

Head coach Marvin Lewis said unlike Dick LeBeau, he won’t be coaching until he is 80 years old, but he did get excited when someone brought up Pittsburgh’s pass out of the punting formation that provided a key first down three weeks ago. 

RELATED: Who is on this week’s injury report?

Lewis mostly maintained the party line about the key to playing better is, well, playing better, but he got excited when special teams mistakes became a topic of conversation

One got the impression those could be a symbol of the big picture with the team. Not enough guys doing their job to add up to winning football. 

Maybe he feels like the special teams mistakes broke the damn that was being held together by the defense while everyone waited for the offense to come around. 

A lot of football games can be won by playing good defense and special teams if an offense can be opportunistic, but the Bengals have not even managed that. 

Why expect it to change? 

Speaking of Fisher, Lewis told a national radio show this morning an irregular heartbeat is what ended his season. 

How that went from a private matter he wouldn’t discuss with local media Wednesday to something fit to be shared with a larger audience Thursday is a little puzzling. 

Maybe it’s as simple as Fisher giving his permission in the intervening time. Maybe Lewis just likes to stick it to the local media when he gets a chance. 

At any rate, hopefully Fisher is able to make a full recovery and next year’s coach is more willing to talk to the people who cover his team about his team… 

As expected, Wednesday was a big day for Dayton Flyers basketball as four-star point guard Dwayne Cohill signed his national letter of intent. 

Indications from the players are new coach Anthony Grant wants to get out an run, to play a free-flowing NBA-style game. 

That is going to require strong ball-handling, so point guards are at a premium. 

PHOTOS: 21 fantastic old images of UD Arena

I see that position as a pretty fascinating one on this year’s team as the Flyers return veteran John Crosby and bring in freshman Jalen Crutcher

Tom Archdeacon wrote this week about Crutcher’s recruitment. Check it out! 

NFLPA Collegiate Bowl 2018: Rosters, game time, TV channel

Published: Saturday, January 20, 2018 @ 2:45 AM

NFLPA Collegiate Bowl 2018 will be played on Saturday, Jan. 20. Find rosters, game time and TV channel information below.

The game features NFL draft-eligible players playing for the American or the National team.

NFLPA Collegiate Bowl 2018: Rosters

American Team roster for the 2018 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

Player Position School
Aaron Tiller Defensive end Southern University
Amari Coleman Cornerback Central Michigan
Andy Relman Long snapper Mount Union
Antonio Guerd Defensive tackle Central Florida
Austin Ramesh Fullback Wisconsin
Bruce Hector Defensive tackle South Florida
Charvaius Ward Cornerback Middle Tennessee State
Chris Covington Linebacker Indiana
Dayln Dawkins Running back Colorado State
David Steinmarz Offensive guard Purdue
Davon Grayson Wide receiver East Carolina
Deon Yedler Tight end Western Kentucky
Devin Abraham Defensive back South Florida
Diocemy Saint-Juste Running back Hawaii
DJ Calhoun Linebacker Arizona State
Dontez Bryd Wide Receiver Tennessee Tech
Ebenezer Ogundeko Defensive End Tennessee State
Edward Shockley Linebacker Villanova
Ezekiel Turner Defensive back Washington
Filipo Mokofisi Defensive tackle Utah
Gabriel Kuhn Center Memphis
Garrett Hudson Tight end Memphis
Genard Avery Linebacker Memphis
Jacob Tuiti-Mariner Defensive tackle UCLA
Jaleel Wadood Defensive back UCLA
James Crawford Linebacker Illinois
Jaylen Dunlap Cornerback Illinois
Je’Mari Luper Wide recevier Central Oklahoma
John O’ Korn Quarterback Michigan
Jonah Trinnaman Wide receiver BYU
Jonathan Petersen Defensive end San Diego
Jordan Dascalo Kicker Eastern Washington
Jordan Gandy Wide receiver Murray State
Joseph Zuma Punter Incarnate Word
Joshua Cox Cornerback Central Michigan
Justin Lea Offensive tackle Jacksonville State
Kenny Hill Quarterback TCU
Korey Cunningham Offensive tackle Cincinnati
Lavon Coleman Running back Washington
Luis Perez Quarterback Texas A&M Commerce
Marquez Valdes-Scantling Wide receiver South Florida
Martez Carter Running back Grambling State
Mathew Pryor Offensive tackle TCU
Matthew Gono Offensive tackle Wesley
Mike Stevens Cornerback NC State
Patrick Morris Offensive guard TCU
Quentin Poling Linebacker Ohio
Rico Gafford Cornerback Wyoming
Sione Teuhema Linebacker Southeastern Louisiana
Steve Mitchell Wide receiver USC
Tarvarius Moore Defensive back Southern Miss
Trenton Cannon Running back Virginia State
Will House Offensive guard Southern Nazarene
William Dissly Tight end Washington
Xavier Thigpen Defensive end Southern Miss
Zackary Golditch Offensive guard Colorado State

National Team roster for the 2018 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

Name Position School
Abdullah Anderson Defensive Tackle Bucknell
Adetarami Aruna Defensive end Tulane
Alexander Office Center Pittsburgh
Al-Rasheed Benton Linebacker West Virginia
AJ Howard Defensive back Appalachian State
Andre Chachere Cornerback San Jose State
Andrew Motuapuaka Linebacker Virginia Tech
nthony Philyaw Running back Howard
Armanti Foreman Wide Receiver Texas
Austin Allen Quarterback Arkansas
Austin Proehl Wide Receiver North Carolina
Beau Nunn Offensive guard Appalachian State
Ben Nuss Offensive guard Duquesne
Blaise Taylor Cornerback Arkansas State
Bobby Gruenloh Defensive end Northwest Missouri
Brandon Hoghes Offensive guard Pittsburgh
Brandon Powell Wide receiver Florida
Brandon Shed Wide receiver Hobart
Chris Jones Cornerback Nebraska
Daniel Marx Fullback Stanford
Darius Jackson Defensive end Jacksonville State
David Bright Offensive tackle Stanford
David Williams Running back Arkansas
Deandre Golsby Tight end Florida
Demario Richard Running back Arizona State
Demarquis Gates Linebacker Ole Miss
Detrez Newsome Running back Western Carolina
Donnie Ernsberger Tight end Western Michigan
Erik Powell Kicker Washington State
Frank Herron Defensive Tackle LSU
Frank Lavu Linebacker Washington State
Gehart DeBeer Offensive tackle Arizona
Henre’ Toliver Cornerback Arkansas
Jake Wirsching Long snapper Bemidji State
Jamil Demdy Offensive guard Maine
John Franklin-Meyers Defensive end Stephen F. Austin
Justin Martin Cornerback Tennessee
Justin Evans Offensive tackle South Carolina State
Kalib Woods Wide receiver Florida Atlantic
Keith Kirkwood Wide receiver Temple
Kyle Quiero Defensive back Northwestern
Logan Woodside Quarterback Toledo
Marcus Baugh Tight end Ohio State
Michael Hill Defensive tackle Ohio State
Michael Carrizosa Punter San Jose State
Mikah Holder Wide receiver San Diego State
Nifae Lealao JR Defensive tackle Vanderbilt
Octavious Davis Linebacker Chattanooga
Parry Nickerson Cornerback Tulane
Peter Kalambayi Linebacker Stanford
Russell Gage Wide receiver LSU
Sean Chandler Defensive back Temple
Travis McCollum Linebacker Purdue
Trey Rutherford Offensive Tackle Connecticut
Troy Apke Defensive back Penn State

NFLPA Collegiate Bowl 2018: Game time, details

The 2018 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl will be played at 4 p.m. ET on Saturday, Jan. 20. It will be played at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.

NFLPA Collegiate Bowl: TV channel

The game can be watched live on FS1. Find FS1 on your TV here.

NFL mock draft 2018: First-round projections, top players, 2018 NFL Draft order (01/20/2018)

Published: Saturday, January 20, 2018 @ 2:30 AM

NFL Draft 2018 mock drafts are out. The NFL Playoffs are also in the conference championships round. Find 2018 NFL mock drafts below.

Much of the narrative around the 2018 NFL Draft is focused at quarterback. Mock drafts from Sports Illustrated and CBS Sports both have quarterbacks littering the top 10.

Here is a collection of 2018 NFL mock drafts from around the internet, plus Land of 10’s own projection.

NFL mock draft 2018: First-round projections, top players

Land of 10 predictions

1 Cleveland Browns Sam Darnold USC QB
2 New York Giants Connor Williams Texas OT
3 Indianapolis Colts Saquon Barkley Penn State RB
4 Cleveland Browns Mike McGlinchey Notre Dame G
5 Denver Broncos Baker Mayfield Oklahoma QB
6 New York Jets Josh Rosen UCLA QB
7 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Bradley Chubb NC State DL
8 Chicago Bears Courtland Sutton SMU WR
9 San Francisco 49ers Derwin James Florida State DB
10 Oakland Raiders Minkah Fitzpatrick Alabama DB
11 Miami Dolphins Roquan Smith Georgia LB
12 Cincinnati Bengals Quenton Nelson Notre Dame G
13 Washington Redskins Calvin Ridley Alabama WR
14 Green Bay Packers Joshua Jackson Iowa DB
15 Arizona Cardinals Mason Rudolph Oklahoma State QB
16 Baltimore Ravens Denzel Ward Ohio State DB
17 Los Angeles Chargers Orlando Brown Oklahoma OL
18 Seattle Seahawks James Washington Oklahoma State WR
19 Dallas Cowboys Christian Kirk Texas A&M WR
20 Detroit Lions Ogbonnia Okoronkwo Oklahoma LB
21 Buffalo Bills Josh Allen Wyoming QB
22 Buffalo Bills Arden Key LSU DL
23 Los Angeles Rams Rashaan Evans Alabama LB
24 Carolina Panthers Maurice Hurst Michigan DL
25 Tennessee Titans Sam Hubbard Ohio State DL
26 Atlanta Falcons Vita Vea Washington DL
27 New Orleans Saints Marcus Davenport UTSA DL
28 Pittsburgh Steelers Malik Jefferson Texas LB
29 Jacksonville Jaguars Harold Landry Boston College LB
30 Philadelphia Eagles Tremaine Edwards Virginia Tech LB
31 Minnesota Vikings Billy Price Ohio State OL
32 New England Patriots Derrius Guice LSU RB

NFL mock draft 2018: ESPN projections by Mel Kiper

1 Cleveland Browns Josh Allen Wyoming QB
2 New York Giants Josh Rosen UCLA QB
3 Indianapolis Colts Bradley Chubb NC State DE
4 Cleveland Browns Saquon Barkley Penn State RB
5 Denver Broncos Sam Darnold USC QB
6 New York Jets Minkah Fitzpatrick Alabama CB
7 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Quenton Nelson Notre Dame G
8 Chicago Bears Calvin Ridley Alabama WR
9 San Francisco 49ers Denzel Ward Ohio State CB
10 Oakland Raiders Roquan Smith Georgia LB
11 Miami Dolphins Mike McGlinchey Notre Dame OT
12 Cincinnati Bengals Tremaine Edmunds Virginia Tech LB
13 Washington Redskins Baker Mayfield Oklahoma QB
14 Green Bay Packers Marcus Davenport USA DE
15 Arizona Cardinals Josh Jackson Iowa CB
16 Baltimore Ravens Brian O’Neill Pittsburgh OT
17 Los Angeles Chargers Da’Ron Payne Alabama DT
18 Seattle Seahawks Derwin James Florida State S
19 Dallas Cowboys Vita Vea Washington DT
20 Detroit Lions Sam Hubbard Ohio State DE
21 Buffalo Bills Mike Hughes UCF CB
22 Buffalo Bills Maurice Hurst Michigan DT
23 Los Angeles Rams Carlton Davis Auburn CB
24 Carolina Panthers Billy Price Ohio State C/G
25 Tennessee Titans Harold Landry Boston College OLB
26 Atlanta Falcons Christian Kirk Texas A&M WR
27 New Orleans Saints Courtland Suttin SMU WR DL
28 Pittsburgh Steelers Rashaan Evans Alabama ILB
29 Jacksonville Jaguars Mark Andrews Oklahoma TE
30 Philadelphia Eagles Kolton Miller UCLA OT
31 Minnesota Vikings Connor Williams Texas OT
32 New England Patriots Rasheem Green USC DE

NFL mock draft 2018: Top players, projection for first round

CBS Sports projection

1 Cleveland Browns Sam Darnold USC QB
2 New York Giants Josh Rosen UCLA QB
3 Indianapolis Colts Minkah Fitzpatrick Alabama DB
4 Cleveland Browns (from Texans) Saquon Barkley Penn State RB
5 Denver Broncos Baker Mayfield Oklahoma QB
6 New York Jets Connor Williams Texas OT
7 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Bradley Chubb NC State DE
8 Chicago Bears Courtland Sutton SMU WR
9 San Francisco 49ers Quenton Nelson Notre Dame G
10 Oakland Raiders Roquan Smith Georgia LB
11 Miami Dolphins Derwin James Florida State S
12 Cincinnati Bengals Orlando Brown Oklahoma OT
13 Washington Redskins Josh Allen Wyoming QB
14 Green Bay Packers Calvin Ridley Alabama WR
15 Arizona Cardinals Lamar Jackson Louisville QB
16 Baltimore Ravens Derrius Guice LSU RB
17 Los Angeles Chargers Vita Vea Washington DT
18 Seattle Seahawks Marcus Davenport UTSA DL
19 Dallas Cowboys James Washington Oklahoma State WR
20 Detroit Lions Maurice Hurst Michigan DT
21 Buffalo Bills Mason Rudolph Oklahoma State QB
22 Buffalo Bills (from Chiefs) Harrison Phillips Stanford DL
23 Los Angeles Rams Joshua Jackson Iowa CB
24 Carolina Panthers Anthony Miller Memphis WR
25 Tennessee Titans Taven Bryan Florida DT
26 Atlanta Falcons Da’Ron Payne Alabama DT
27 New Orleans Saints Tremaine Edwards Virginia Tech LB
28 Pittsburgh Steelers Malik Jefferson Texas LB
29 Jacksonville Jaguars Mark Andrews Oklahoma TE
30 Philadelphia Eagles Denzel Ward Ohio State CB
31 New England Patriots Ogbonnia Okoronkwo Oklahoma LB
32 Minnesota Vikings Chukwuma Okorafor Western Michigan OT

NFL mock draft 2018: First-round projections for 2018 NFL Draft

Sports Illustrated’s NFL executive-vetted projection

1 Sam Darnold USC QB
2 Saquon Barkley Penn State RB
3 Josh Rosen UCLA QB
4 Bradley Chubb NC State DE
5 Minkah Fitzpatrick Alabama CB
6 Quenton Nelson Notre Dame G
7 Mike McGlinchey Notre Dame OT
8 Connor Williams Texas OT
9 Denzel Ward Ohio State CB
10 Josh Allen Wyoming QB
11 Derwin James Florida State S
12 Da’Ron Payne Alabama DT
13 Courtland Sutton SMU WR
14 Harold Landry Boston College DE
15 Roquan Smith Georgia LB
16 Calvin Ridley Alabama WR
17 Christian Wilkins Clemson DT
18 Tarvarus McFadden Florida State CB
19 Orlando Brown Oklahoma OT
20 Clelin Ferrell Clemson DE/LB
21 Austin Bryant Clemson DE/LB
22 Christian Kirk Texas A&M WR
23 Sam Hubbard Ohio State DE/LB
24 Arden Key LSU DE
25 Chukwuma Okorafor Western Michigan OT
26 Dre’Mont Jones Ohio State DT
27 Baker Mayfield Oklahoma QB
28 Derrius Guice LSU RB
29 Isaiah Oliver Colorado CB
30 Rashaan Evans Alabama LB
31 Damien Harris Alabama RB
32 James Washington Oklahoma State WR

2018 NFL Draft: First round order

Pick Nos. 1 through 20 are set now that the regular season is finished.

1. Cleveland Browns

2. New York Giants

3. Indianapolis Colts

4. Cleveland Browns

5. Denver Broncos

6. New York Jets

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

8. Chicago Bears

9. San Francisco 49ers OR Oakland Raiders (coin flip)

11. Miami Dolphins

12. Cincinnati Bengals

13. Washington Redskins

14. Green Bay Packers

15. Arizona Cardinals

16. Baltimore Ravens

17. Los Angeles Chargers

18. Seattle Seahawks

19. Dallas Cowboys

20. Detroit Lions

21. Buffalo Bills

22. Buffalo Bills (from Chiefs)

23. Los Angeles Rams

24. Carolina Panthers

25. Tennessee Titans

26. Atlanta Falcons

27. New Orleans Saints

28. Pittsburgh Steelers

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East-West Shrine Game 2018: Rosters, time, TV channel

Published: Saturday, January 20, 2018 @ 2:15 AM

East-West Shrine Game 2018 is set for Saturday, Jan. 20. Find the rosters, game time and TV channel information below.

The game features college football stars competing in an all-star game. Players and coaches also visit local Shriners Hospitals during the game week.

East-West Shrine Game 2018: Rosters for East

East Roster: Offense

1 QB Riley Ferguson Memphis
5 WR DaeSean Hamilton Penn State
7 RB Ralph Webb Vanderbilt
9 QB Quinton Flowers South Florida
10 WR Daurice Fountain Northern Iowa
16 QB J.T. Barrett Ohio State
22 RB Chase Edmonds Fordham
23 RB D’Ernest Johnson South Florida
25 WR Justin Watson Penn
27 K Drew Brown Nebraska
50 OG Tony Adams NC State
51 OG Cory Helms South Carolina
57 C Austin Kuhnert North Dakota State
62 OT KC McDermott Miami
64 C Brian Allen Michigan State
65 OG Kyle Bosch West Virginia
70 OG Connor Hilland William & Mary
71 C Brad Lundblade Oklahoma State
73 OT Austin Golson Auburn
75 OG Jaryd Jones-Smith Pitt
77 OT Jamar McGlsoter Syracuse
81 WR Jester Weah Pitt
82 TE Ethan Wolf Tennessee
83 WR Regis Cibasu Montreal
84 TE Cam Serigne Wake Forest
86 TE Damon Gibson Minnesota State
INJ OT Aaron Evans UCF
INJ WR Cam Phillips Virginia Tech
INJ WR Javon Wims Georgia
INJ OG Nico Falah USC

Ohio State QB J.T. Barrett is the recipient of the East-West Shrine Game’s Pat Tillman Award, which celebrates a player’s achievements and conduct on and off the field.

East Roster: Defense

2 S Jordan Martin Syracuse
3 CB Deatrick Nichols South Florida
4 CB DeVonta Delaney Miami
6 LB Matthew Thomas Florida State
11 S Tracy Walker Louisiana-Lafayette
14 CB Avonte Maddox Pitt
15 CB Grant Haley Penn State
17 S Damon Webb Ohio State
20 S Trey Marshall Florida State
21 S Jamar Summers Connecticut
24 CB Greg Stroman Virginia Tech
30 LB Parris Bennett Syracuse
31 CB Brandon Facyson Virginia Tech
32 S Tre Flowers Oklahoma State
33 DE Marcus Martin Slippery Rock
34 LB Jacob Pugh Florida State
40 LB Jason Cabinda Penn State
44 LB D.J. Palmore Navy
45 LB Chris Worley Ohio State
49 P Joseph Davidson Bowling Green
53 LS Hunter Bradley Mississippi State
90 DT Parker Cothren Penn State
92 DE Curtis Cothran Penn State
93 DT Folorunso Fatukasi Connecticut
95 DT Jamiyus Pittman UCF
96 DE Kentavius Street NC State
97 DE Dalton Keene Illinois State
98 DT Deadrin Senat South Florida
99 DE Chad Thomas Miami

East-West Shrine Game 2018: Rosters for West

West Roster: Offense

2 WR Jeff Badet Oklahoma
4 WR Bryce Bobo Colorado
6 QB Jeremiah Briscoe Sam Houston State
7 QB Nick Stevens Colorado State
10 TE Blake Mack Arkansas State
15 K Matthew McCrane Kansas State
16 QB Nick Shimonek Texas Tech
19 WR Jake Wieneke South Dakota State
21 RB Justin Jackson Northwestern
23 RB Phillip Lindsay Colorado
38 RB Jordan Chunn Troy
50 OG Dejon Allen Hawaii
62 C Jacob Ohnesorge South Dakota State
65 OT Mark Korte Alberta
68 OT Zachary Crabtree Oklahoma State
72 OT Greg Senat Wagner
74 OG Salesi Uhatafe Utah
75 OG Jacob Alsadek Arizona
76 OG Cody O’Connell Washington State
77 C Jake Bennett Colorado State
78 OT Brett Toth Army
79 C Coleman Shelton Washington
82 WR Jordan Thomas Mississippi State
83 WR Devonte Boyd UNLV
85 WR Steven Dunbar Houston
87 TE Andrew Vollert Weber State
88 TE David Wells San Diego State

West Roster: Defense

2 LB/QB Joel Lanning Iowa State
3 S Secdrick Cooper Louisiana Tech
8 S Cole Reyes North Dakota
9 CB Dane Cruikshank Arizona
11 LB Ja’Von Rolland-Jones Arkansas State
12 S Natrell Jamerson Wisconsin
17 S Godwin Igwebuike Northwestern
18 P Shane Tripucka Texas A&M
20 CB Linden Stephens Cincinnati
22 S Chucky Williams Louisville
24 CB Heath Harding Miami (Ohio)
25 CB Davontae Harris Illinois State
31 CB Malik Reaves Villanova
32 S Afolabi Laguda Colorado
42 LB Leon Jacobs Wisconsin
43 LB Kenny Young UCLA
44 LS Drew Scott Kansas State
45 DE Joe Ostman Central Michigan
46 CB Josh Kalu Nebraska
48 LB Tegray Scales Indiana
57 DE Alec James Wisconsin
90 DT James Looney California
92 DT P.J. Hall Sam Houston State
93 DT Bilal Nichols Delaware
95 DT Poona Ford Texas
96 DE Marcell Frazier Missouri
99 DE Justin Lawler SMU
INJ DE Conor Sheehy Wisconsin
INJ LB James Hearns Louisville

East-West Shrine Game 2018: Time

The annual all-star game will be played at 3 p.m. ET. The game is in St. Petersburg, Fla.

Time: 3 p.m. ET

Date: Saturday, Jan. 20

Location: St. Petersburg, Fla.

East-West Shrine Game 2018: TV channel

The Shrine Game can be watched on NFL Network.

Tennessee basketball vs. South Carolina: Time, TV channel, how to watch online (January 20, 2018)

Published: Saturday, January 20, 2018 @ 2:00 AM

Tennessee is coming off a loss against Missouri on Wednesday and will try to bounce back Saturday.

The Vols travel to South Carolina in an attempt to get back on the right foot. Tennessee has struggled on the road this season and the 12-6 Gamecocks will present a challenge.

The Vols needs better guard play moving forward. Jordan Bone and Jordan Bowden combined for 3 points against Missouri. The Vols won’t win many games without the guards providing more of an offensive spark the remainder of the season.

RELATED: Vols podcast: Closer look into Vols’ loss to Cuonzo Martin and Missouri

Tennessee-South Carolina basketball: Game info, details

  • Time: Tip-off is at 6 p.m. ET, Jan. 20, 2018
  • Location: Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, S.C.
  • Records: Tennessee 12-5 overall, 3-3 SEC; South Carolina 12-6, 3-3 SEC

How can I watch the game?

The game can be watched on ESPN 2.

How can I live stream the game?

The game can be seen on the WatchESPN app. (Cable or satellite subscription required.)

How can I listen to the game?

The game will air on the  Vol Sports Network. Check local listings.

Projected Vols starting lineup

  • Point guard: Sophomore Jordan Bone
  • Shooting guard: Sophomore Jordan Bowden
  • Small forward: Junior Admiral Schofield
  • Power forward: Sophomore Grant Williams
  • Power forward: Junior Kyle Alexander

What’s next for Tennessee?

The Vols face Vanderbilt on Tuesday at Thompson-Boling Arena.