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August 2017
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It's Football Time in
TENNESSEE
AUG 12
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AUG 31
SEP 10
SEP 17
SEP 24
OCT 1
OCT 8
OCT 16
OCT 22
NOV 5
NOV 12
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NOV 26
DEC 3
DEC 10
DEC 17
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DEC 31
AT JETS
PANTHERS
BEARS
AT CHIEFS
OAKLAND RAIDERS
AT JAGUARS
SEAHAWKS
AT TEXANS
AT DOLPHINS
COLTS
AT BROWNS
RAVENS
BENGALS
AT STEELERS
AT COLTS
TEXANS
AT CARDINALS
AT 49ERS
RAMS
JAGUARS

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AUG 31
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SEP 30
OCT 7
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OCT 21
NOV 4
NOV 11
NOV 18
AT CINCINNATI
AT MIAMI OHIO
MOREHEAD STATE
AT MURRAY STATE
UT MARTIN
JACKSONVILLE STATE
AT TENNESSEE STATE
SE MISSOURI STATE
AT TENNESSEE TECH
AT EASTERN KENTUCKY
EASTERN ILLINOIS
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SEP 30
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OCT 14
OCT 20
NOV 4
NOV 11
NOV 17
NOV 25
VANDERBILT
AT SYRACUSE
AT MINNESOTA
BOWLING GREEN
AT FAU
FIU
AT UAB
MARSHALL
UTEP
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AT GEORGIA STATE
JACKSON STATE
FLORIDA A&M
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EASTERN ILLINOIS
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AUSTIN PEAY
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LYNCHBURG
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WESTERN ILLINOIS
AT KENNESAW STATE
AT BALL STATE
AT EASTERN KENTUCKY
JACKSONVILLE STATE
AT EASTERN ILLINOIS
AT SE MISSOURI STATE
TENNESSEE STATE
AUSTIN PEAY
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UT MARTIN
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AT GEORGIA TECH
INDIANA STATE
AT FLORIDA
UMASS
GEORGIA
SOUTH CAROLINA
AT ALABAMA
AT KENTUCKY
SOUTHERN MISS
AT MISSOURI
LSU
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AT MIDDLE TENNESSEE
ALABAMA A&M
KANSAS STATE
ALABAMA
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GEORGIA
AT OLD MISS
AT SOUTH CAROLINA
WESTERN KENTUCKY
KENTUCKY
MISSOURI
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TENNESSEE TITANS
AUSTIN PEAY GOVERNORS
MIDDLE TENNESSEE BLUE RAIDERS
TENNESSEE STATE TIGERS
TENNESSEE TECH GOLDEN EAGLES
TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS
VANDERBILT COMMODORES
It's Football Time in Tennessee!
   Are you ready?  Do you have the fever yet?

The traditions and passions run deep in the South when it comes to football.  The state of Tennessee has produced some of the most successful and memorable champions, athletes and coaches throughout the years.  

August - a time for high school jamborees, college practices, NFL preseason games - all gearing up for the launch of a new football season at the end of the month.  Good luck to the Titans, Governors, Blue Raiders, Tigers, Golden Eagles, Volunteers and Commodores on the upcoming season.  Here's hoping each team exceeds their goals for this year's football campaign!

football schedules | tailgate recipe | a Tennessee legend
T E N N E S S E E   L E G E N D
CLAUDE HUMPHREY

Lester (Memphis) High School; Tennessee State University
Atlanta Falcons, Philadelphia Eagles

                                Claude Humphrey had one of the 
                                greatest football careers in the 
                                history of Tennessee. Born in 1944,
                                Humphrey attended Lester High
                                School before becoming an All-
                                American lineman at Tennessee 
                                State University under Coach John
                                Merritt. Along with quarterback 
                                Eldridge Dickey, Humphrey led the Big Blue Tigers to a 35-3-1 record from 1965 to 1967. The 1967 team won the national championship for predominately black schools. As a first-round draft choice of the NFL Atlanta Falcons in 1968, Humphrey showed from the start that he was made for the pro game. His first year, he was selected NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year. In the eleven seasons spent with the Falcons, he played in the Pro Bowl six times. Throughout his years in the NFL, Humphrey always found time to work with kids and always contributed to his community. Big Claude finished off his NFL career with the Philadelphia Eagles for three seasons. The 1980 Eagles squad, under Coach Dick Vermeil, went 12-4 in the regular season to capture the NFC East title. Humphrey had an awesome 14-1/2 quarterback sacks that year. He retired at age thirty-eight to his farm in Oakland, Tennessee. But football was in his blood, and Humphrey was lured away from the farm to work with the Falcons on pass rush training. Once a football player, always a football player! Claude Humphrey’s legacy, however, is not only his excellent football play, it is his devotion to his community and family as well. 

  • Pro Football Hall of Fame (2014)
  • Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame (1988)
  • 6× Pro Bowl (1970–1974, 1977)
  • 5× First-team All-Pro (1971–1974, 1977)
  • 3× Second-team All-Pro (1969, 1970, 1976)
  • NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year (1968)
  • First-team All-American (1967)

Source: Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame; NFL; Wikipedia 
T A I L G A T E   R E C I P E
PICKLED ONIONS

1 cup apple cider vinegar
½ cup sugar
¼ cup salt
3 garlic cloves
1 stem rosemary
½ teaspoon red pepper flakes
In a large bowl dissolve, the pickling brine of salt, sugar and vinegar. Slice onions into rings and place in dissolved brine. Add stem of rosemary (whole without breaking off rosemary), bruised garlic cloves and red pepper flakes. Mix and place sealed large jar or container in refrigerator. Stir twice a day for three days.

The pickled onions can last up to three weeks. Great as condiment for grilled burgers, sausages and chicken. Also goes well as a side for beans and black-eyed peas. 
Comforting White Chili, Tennessee Foodie