Dec 18, 2013; Knoxville, TN, USA; North Carolina State Wolfpack guard Desmond Lee (5) moves the ball against Tennessee Volunteers guard Jordan McRae (52) during the second half at Thompson-Boling Arena. NC State won 65 to 58. Mandatory Credit: Randy Sartin-USA TODAY Sports

Today On Rocky Top: Vols Fall To NC State & More

From The Tennessean

Cuonzo Martin said he picked up a hint of a bad vibe as his team went through pregame rituals.

“I felt some,” he said. “But I’ve been in games where I felt some and we played great, made a couple shots and played great. I felt in the scout maybe they looked a little flat. In walk-through, flat.”

 

From The Times Free Press

The third Wednesday in December is a far cry from the first Wednesday in February in the world of college football recruiting, but it was still an important day for a Tennessee football program trying to revamp its roster.

In a precursor to February’s National Signing Day, the Volunteers officially added a trio of junior college players but lost one of their more important commitments during national signing day for JuCo prospects enrolling in January.

 

From The Tennessean

Season tickets for the 2014 Tennessee baseball season are available through the university ticket office.

Tickets can be purchased through UTTix.com. Fans can also purchase tickets during business hours by calling the ticket office at 865-656-1200 or by visiting Thompson-Boling Arena’s street-level ticket office on Phillip Fulmer Way.

 

From The Denver Post

When his Texans face Peyton Manning this Sunday at Houston’s Reliant Stadium, Phillips will try to devise a defense that prevents the Broncos’ quarterback from throwing the four touchdown passes needed for the single-season record of 51.

It would be the pinnacle passing record in a season filled with them. Remember when the 300-yard passing game was a significant single-game achievement? John Elway hasn’t been retired that long. This year, a 300-yard passing game has happened 109 times. Scott Tolzien threw for 339 yards in his first NFL start. Matt Cassel and Kirk Cousins came off the bench last week to throw for 382 and 381 yards.

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