UT last in SEC, 145th overall in Directors' Cup standings after fall semester

University of Tennessee, Regal soccer stadium

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University of Tennessee, Regal soccer stadium

Tennessee has ground to make up this spring if it wants to avoid setting another low in the annual Directors’ Cup rankings.

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Comments » 4

underthehill writes:

bama Dave and his cronies to the rescue..

OrangePride writes:

Yawn. How can one be overly concerned about some award where we don't even field teams in a significant portion of the criteria? Yes, yes....we are way down in volleyball (I still think there's a lot we haven't heard there...you don't lose a half dozen top players for no reason no matter how Hart tries to spin it) and soccer drastically underperformed. Track is another area where we aren't hearing the full story. Bottom line, no one cares about this award, but Hart has a LOT of work to do bringing those programs up to Tennessee standards.

WaitUntilNextYear writes:

Thanks to that little weasel Hamilton and Bama Dave a proud athletic program is now in shambles in
Loserville with not a lot of upside to be expected in 2014 if the LV'S don't make a run in BB and SB to win the SEC and compete for a NC. Except for FB, men and woman's BB,and woman's SB, sports on Rocky Top are an abject failure and afterthought.
How much do you want to donate to the Tennessee Fund? Please give a lot because they have plumbing problems, literally!!!

maciste54 writes:

Don't know who to blame but UT sports sure is in a shambles.

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