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VOL. 46 | NO. 47 | Friday, November 25, 2022

What might have been

Heisman hopes? Gone. Title hopes? Gone: Season finale at VU loses its luster for Vols

Hendon Hooker climbed the ladder in the southeast corner of Neyland Stadium and began directing the Pride of the Southland Band after leading the Vols to another dominating win in the final home game of his Tennessee career.

Hot Vanderbilt takes aim at wounded Tennessee

While we’re on the topic of the difference a week can make, the Vanderbilt Commodores look to make it three memorable weeks in a row when they face the Volunteers Saturday at FirstBank Stadium on the Vanderbilt campus.

JOE ROGERS: MY TAKE

Will we know bad ‘drag’ legislation when we see it

This Sunday night at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, “A Drag Queen Christmas” will be presented for the eighth consecutive year. And, maybe, the last.

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EVENTS

Knoxville Award Luncheon. The 29th annual event recognizes and honors a deserving person who demonstrates his/her care for the community and its citizens. The 2022 Knoxville Award honoree will be surprised at the event at the Knoxville Convention Center. $150 per person; sponsorships available. Thursday, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Knoxville Convention Center, 701 Henley St., Knoxville. Information: www.schas.org, email Jessica Popek at jpopek@schas.org or call 865-824-4301.

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NEWSMAKERS

Cody is the new Pilot Company DEI leader

Pilot Company is advancing its newly established Team Member Experience department forward with the addition of a new key leader: Angie Cody, director of inclusion, diversity and equity.

TENNESSEE TITANS

‘Players’ coach’ Vrabel hits 50-win milestone

Quicker than Phillips, Fisher

Unless you looked it up, you probably would never know Mike Vrabel just reached a milestone in his coaching career with last week’s win in Green Bay.

Stunned Titans forced to confront Downing’s post-game DUI arrest

The Todd Downing DUI arrest hours after the Green Bay game pockmarked the Titans’ victory in Lambeau Field, taking the focus off the team and putting it onto a preventable distraction.

Bengals at Titans: What to watch

The Titans return home after playing twice in five days against Denver and Green Bay to try and exorcize a demon from last year – the Cincinnati Bengals. It won’t erase the disappointment of last year when the Bengals came to Tennessee and upset the Titans on their way to the Super Bowl, but it would give the Titans a win against another quality AFC opponent, something that can come in handy come playoff-seeding time.

BRIEFS

Oct. unemployment numbers at 3.5%

Tennessee continues to experience low unemployment, despite a slight uptick in October’s monthly rate, according to the Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Sport sedan battle: Cadillac CT4-Blackwing vs BMW M3

The best luxury sport sedans have historically come from European automakers. But there’s one U.S. brand that isn’t ready to fully cede control: Cadillac.

BUSINESS BOOK REVIEW

Obama offers solutions for the darkest of days

Your entire life is like a gigantic game of “Chutes and Ladders.” Shake the dice, move two steps ahead and you hit a ladder that takes you to higher places on the game board.

PERSONAL FINANCE

How to take a career break

Back in 2016, Jamie Clark of Seattle was a software engineer who planned to take a year off work to finish a master’s degree in computational linguistics. One year turned into three and a career change into financial planning.

CAREER CORNER

How, when to say thank you during job transitions

One of the topics I’m often asked about is personal brand. And, part of your personal brand comes across in the way that you say thank you.

MILLENNIAL MONEY

How stay-at-home spouses can build their own credit

Spouses share a lot, but no matter your relationship status your credit score belongs to you and you alone.

The matchup: No. 9 UT eyes 10-win season in visit to Vanderbilt

No. 9 Tennessee (9-2, 6-2 SEC) at Vanderbilt (5-6, 2-5), Saturday, 7:30 p.m. EST (SEC Network)

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