Finals are hard, but easier when you have friends to study with! Meet Carter! Carter received his bachelors in both philosophy and political science this past May and is now in his first year of the M.P.P.A. program here at UT. Carter enjoys trail running, local coffee shops, and is currently working for the Wilderness Society. Thanks to our public policy think tank and formal logic, we became friends and roommates. Thanks, #philosophyutk & @vivaroosevelt ! #philosophymajors#finalsweek#vfl#gbo
Throw back to when I graduated with my bachelors degree in 2016! It’s hard to believe that it was already more than two years ago. For all of the struggling college students questioning whether it’s worth it... it is. As a grad student I still become frustrated and wonder if it’s going to be worth it. Then I remember how proud I was back in 2016. That in itself is worth it. #utk#gbo#vols#vfl
Pop-Up Shop tomorrow (Wednesday) in #Maryville hosted by Misty Castiglia of State Farm Insurance across from Target and next to LRTC and Casual Pint. There will be complimentary hot chocolate, coffee, and lots of giveaways. @empirepizzaknoxville will be on site next door at Casual Pint for lunch as well. Come out and shop 865LIFE merchandise and grab some lunch. Address is listed in the photo but the time is actually 11-6. #865life#shoplocal#shopsmall
Well it’s Tuesday and Tennessee is still without an Offensive Coordinator, despite these delays I expect us to hire an OC, soon. Jeremy Pruitt won’t risk his recruiting class slipping due to the vacancy at OC. In case you were wondering about Briles, he was a top tier candidate. However, when the news surfaced that he wanted to bring his own OL coach from Houston with him to Knoxville, Pruitt passed, electing to keep OL coach, Will Friend. @oklast.fb OC, Mike Yurcich, was also believed to be a front runner, however the deal seems to have fallen through, and talks with him are dormant but not dead. So without further ado, here is your updated Vols OC Hot Board.
Freddie Kitchens: Kitchens is currently the OC with the Browns, and their offense is on FIRE, well.. for the Browns it’s on fire. Coach Pruitt and Kitchens go way back to their time at Bama, and since Kitchens runs Pruitt’s pro-style type of offense it wouldn’t be the biggest surprise in the world to see him in Orange & White next season. Kitchens has been a top candidate since the start of the coaching search and now he might be near the top of the list.
Jeff Lebby: Lebby is currently the QB coach at UCF, and has done a seemingly decent job with the QBs at UCF, and on the recruiting trail. He was at Baylor as a WR coach during the 2012 season, and was the RB coach from 2013-2018. Lebby would not be a good hire, and most Vol fans, including myself, would really like to pass on him.
Eliah Drinkwitz: Drinkwitz has been in the mix for the Vols since the start, like Kitchens. He is currently the OC at North Carolina State, and has done a fantastic job there. NC State finished #1 in the ACC in passing offense! He is also a man of great integrity and character. The only question is if he is ready to move up the chains to the next level with the Vols.
Matt Canada: Matt Canada, is currently the interim HC at Maryland, and is not expected to be retained by Locksley who is expected to bring in someone for recruiting purposes, and he will control the offense. Canada was previously the OC at LSU as well, he knows the SEC, and it would be a fantastic hire for Pruitt.
📷 Source: @marshallukirk
Hey Y'all! Marshall UKIRK will have the Campus Christian Center open as a study hall until Midnight tomorrow. Join us for a quiet place to study, snacks, and ways to destress! @marshallu @mustudentaff @MarshallU_LGBTQ @MUSGA @MarshalluPres