The program of Derek Dooley and Butch Jones has done something amazing. Which of these two things is worse? Tennessee opens as a 10-POINT underdog at Mizzou. If Vols lose Saturday, they'll have a current losing streak against every single SEC team. Show More Summary
For some reason, the failed Tennessee head coach ranks highly on one list of technically possible Ole Miss hires. The name Ole Miss brings in to replace the disgraced Hugh Freeze likely won't be quite as big as some Rebels fans are hoping, based simply on how infrequent it is for one Power 5 school to swipe another's head coach. Show More Summary
Eddie Smith, a republican state Representative in Tennessee, has sent out mailers to his constituents comparing his democratic opponent, Gloria Johnson, to dismissed University of Tennessee football coach Derek Dooley.
If you’re trying to say your opponent didn’t get the job done, that’ll do it. By most metrics, former Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley was a failure. Depending on who you ask, State House candidate Gloria Johnson is as well. I get a lot of political mailers because of the former tenant at my address. Show More Summary
Dez Bryant went on Twitter Monday to confirm reports that he plans to hold out of training camp and is prepared to miss regular season games if he doesn’t get a long-term contract before Wednesday’s deadline for franchise tagged players to sign them. The Cowboys haven’t seemed too worried about the possibility of Bryant following…
It's a new era in Knoxville. The disappointing tenures of Lane Kiffin and Derek Dooley are well in the past. Butch Jones has the Tennessee Volunteers once again recruiting with the best of the best in the SEC. And based on the whoopin'...Show More Summary
Troy Fleming, Al Wilson and Corey Larkins did not play for the former head coach, but they have strong words anyway. Derek Dooley's stint as Tennessee's head coach is the kind Volunteer fans would very much like to forget. Equal parts...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 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 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…
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…
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Derek Dooley probably got one of these accidentally too, but couldn't figure out how to open it.
By reinvesting funds to its athletic department, Tennessee can buyout Derek Dooley and pay for a new head coach.
What sort of coach does Tennessee need after the program fired Derek Dooley after three seasons?
Derek Dooley’s season ended a little early. The head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers was fired today with just one game remaining in the season. It was widely speculated last week that Dooley would be getting the ax. According to the Huffington Post, Dooley’s Volunteers have gone 15-21. They have lost all 15 of their [...]Show More Summary
Derek Dooley—already pretty much done at Tennessee—is now officially done at Tennessee. Here's Volquest: More »
End of an era.
Jeff Tedford, Gene Chizik and Derek Dooley are among the FBS coaches on the hot seat with two weeks left in the season.