Next Saturday, Vols volleyball will begin fall camp. We’ll be discussing recruiting and the current Vols. If you want to know what’s happening with the Vols now, listen to this podcast! The Vols have defeated Georgia in baseball this season. The Volquest podcast will cover the Vols’ past and present. You can also listen to previous podcasts to learn about past Volquest and how they got to where they are.
All things spooky podcast
For those who enjoy the macabre, Morbid – a true crime, spooky history and all things spooky podcast is a great way to spend your evenings. The podcast is produced by the Morbid Network, which is led by Caleb from Horror Soup. Guests include Ash, Chris Demarais, and Gustavo Sorola.
While most podcasts cover the same topics, Morbid focuses on true crime. This podcast features autopsy technicians and hair stylists who discuss the history of weird crimes, gruesome murders, and creepy history. Episodes can be downloaded from iTunes, Apple Music, Google Podcasts, and Spotify, and new episodes are published every week. As with any podcast, there is a small number of things that need to be addressed to get your listeners interested.
Tennessee Two-A-Days podcast
The Volquest Tennessee Two-A-Day episode focuses on the state of the Tennessee Volunteers and the upcoming recruiting class. Hosts Wes Rucker and Ryan Callahan discuss the recent commitment of five-star quarterback Nico Iamaleava. Also discussed is the recruiting class’ impact on the Vols and a few recruits to watch heading into the summer. Listen to this podcast on YouTube and wherever you get podcasts.
You can tune into Tennessee’s Two-A-Days podcast whenever you want. While most podcasts focus on football, Tennessee fans have their own show about the Volquest. Rocky Top Talk is a community of Vols fans and is hosted by Carson and Elijah Crouch, two teenagers. Some of the guest lists include Tony Basilio, Tom Mattingly, Scott Rank, and Caleb Herring.
Tennessee Vols baseball team
The Tennessee Vols baseball team defeated the Georgia Bulldogs in the series finale on Monday afternoon. The Vols had a few lapses on offense but ended up winning the series. Jonathan Cannon leads the SEC in victories, going 6-0 with a 2.37 ERA in six starts. He has a 16-3 career record with a 2.91 ERA in 28 appearances.
The Volunteers pitching staff dominated the Bulldogs with a strong start on Saturday. Six Volunteer pitchers combined to give up only three runs in five innings. Four of the pitchers made their debut, including three freshmen. Mark McLaughlin (who threw six innings) allowed a solo home run in the ninth inning, but the defense kept him from allowing more than one run. Evan Russell, meanwhile, got two outs and a strikeout in five innings.