Titans host Jets to open 2006 season

Posted: April 6, 1:00 p.m. CSTThe Tennessee Titans open the season at the New York Jets on Sept. 10, one of only two home games before their Oct. 22 bye. More

Fan pulls plug on SportsNight

Posted: March 16, 1:35 p.m. CSTThe afternoon sportscast team of Blake Fulton and Joe Biddle have been pulled off the air of 106.7-FM The Fan, confirmed Mike Dickey, vice president and Nashville market manager for Cumulus Media Inc., the station owner. More

Titans add ex-Jet center Mawae for $13 million

Posted: March 14, 11:51 a.m. CSTThe Titans continued its free-agent makeover, signing center Kevin Mawae to a four-year deal worth $13 million. More

Hartwig nets

Posted: February 12, 3:20 p.m. CST Tennessee Titans free agent center Justin Hartwig has agreed to a five-year, $17 million deal with the Carolina Panthers. More

Rejuvenated Vols perplex opponents with intensity

The story of the year in college basketball might be found in Knoxville, where first-year coach Bruce Pearl performed a Lazarus-like resurrection of a lifeless program and captured the SEC East Division championship. More

Disappointing season puts Odom on hot seat

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Even without Davis, Tide appears NCAA-bound

Alabama has been difficult to figure. One day, the Tide will beat SEC champion LSU or Florida. The next day, an inexplicable loss to Mississippi State or Georgia can occur. More

Pedestrian season brings Wildcats back to the field

Kentucky, the 400-pound gorilla of the SEC, endured two three-game losing streaks and was beaten at Rupp Arena five times this season. In addition, the Wildcats are nowhere to be found in the national rankings as they arrive in Nashville this week. More

Moss walks into Kentucky folklore

Perhaps for one of the few times ever, Kentucky enters the SEC Tournament this week as a decided underdog. More
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