Tennessee head coach Butch Jones is entering his second season at the helm on Rocky Top, and with that comes a jump in expectations. Jones already did something that his predecessor Derek Dooley was unable to do, when he notched a signature win over No. Show More Summary
After eight seasons at Boise State, the million-dollar question about Chris Petersen is a familiar one: Can he repeat his success at the next level? Does a fruitful run at a WAC/Mountain West program foreshadow glory at a Pac -12 school,...Show More Summary
IRVING, Texas -- Along the sidelines at several games, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is seen yelling. He's always yelling it seems, but he's not being loud for the sake of it. His passion, Cowboys' players and coaches say,Show More Summary
The Tennessee football program already was teetering on the brink of making a coaching move when Missouri rolled into Knoxville last year. A four-overtime, 51-48 victory by the Tigers put yet another nail in Derek Dooley's ultimate big orange coffin. Show More Summary
After catching just two passes for 22 yards all afternoon, Cowboys WR Dez Bryant unloaded on WR coach Derek Dooley and QB Tony Romo.
The Cowboys took a 13-7 lead over the Lions late in the third quarter, but Dallas receiver Dez Bryant was not happy. Bryant flipped out on the sideline, screaming at quarterback Tony Romo as well as receivers coach Derek Dooley and anyone else who crossed his path. Cowboys coach Jason Garrett tried to get Bryant…
Win or lose, this will be the story in Dallas.
The days of Lane Kiffin trumpeting moral victories against the SEC's elite are over. So are Derek Dooley's days of no meaningful victories. Butch Jones' Tennessee Vols finally broke through with a win over a ranked opponent last week against South Carolina. Show More Summary
The Tennessee Vols had to replace virtually their entire passing offense and revamp their historically inept defense following Derek Dooley's final season. Now, sitting at 3-3 midway through 2013, the Vols are exactly where most figured they'd be under first-year coach Butch Jones. Show More Summary
Since he arrived on campus last December, Butch Jones has done almost everything right off the field in rebuilding Tennessee's football program. From repairing dilapidated recruiting relationships in the wake of Derek Dooley's tenure...Show More Summary
Tennessee head football coach Butch Jones, by all accounts, has been a big hit on Rocky Top since his arrival in Knoxville after the firing of Derek Dooley. His incoming 2014 recruiting class is ranked tops in the nation by some, heShow More Summary
The University of Tennessee is contractually obligated to throw away a lot of money on Derek Dooley over the next four years, and that makes it easy for Dooley to pick and choose what he does with himself. Dooley was fired as Tennessee’s head coach at the end of the 2012 season, and he had…
On Monday, the Cowboys announced that former University of Tennessee coach Derek Dooley is the new wide receivers coach. They moved former receivers coach Jimmy Robinson to a senior consultant role.
The Cowboys named former University of Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley their new wide receivers coach.
The Dallas Cowboys have filled yet another position on their coaching staff. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com, the Cowboys have hired former University of Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley to coach the wide receiver position. Dooley was fired by Tennessee after three years as head coach of the Volunteers. Tennessee’s record declined in each…
Former Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley had perhaps the best description of how Alabama recruits under current head coach Nick Saban in the week leading up to the matchup between the two teams in 2012 in Knoxville. "They draft, we recruit," Dooley said according to AL.com. Show More Summary
There's no harder coaching job than coaching in the SEC. Just ask Derek Dooley, John L. Smith, Gene Chizik and Joker Phillips, all of whom had their shot in the SEC and failed miserably in 2012. They can all tell you that patience is nonexistent in this conference. Show More Summary
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Butch Jones has been named the next head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers (via ESPN), and it's a move that will certainly have an impact in the realm of college football recruiting. After the disappointment of the Derek Dooley era, Tennessee fans have to be hoping that Jones' impact will be a positive one. Show More Summary
Butch Jones wasn't on the "A-list" for Tennessee during its search for Derek Dooley's successor, but that doesn't necessarily mean that it's a bad hire for the Vols. Jones was 23-14 at Cincinnati, has won 19 games over the last two seasons and is a proven winner as a head coach with the Bearcats and at Central Michigan. Show More Summary