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VOL. 44 | NO. 39 | Friday, September 25, 2020

Vols ready to be tested on the field

Fewer fans in stands? No problem. UT ready for SEC-heavy slate

Nobody knows how many games will actually be played. Nobody knows how many players will be available. Nobody knows how many spectators will be allowed to watch at any particular game.

VANDERBILT SPORTS

Why not Vandy in an upside-down year?

In a year that has seen everybody’s world turned upside down, what other surprises does 2020 have in store?

TENNESSEE TITANS

Talented Tannehill lets Titans flip the script

There is no doubt that Derrick Henry commands the attention of opposing defenses. On Sunday, the Jacksonville Jaguars were determined not to let Henry run roughshod over them the way he had so many times in the past, making them his personal highlight reel. Mission accomplished on that end for the Jacksonville defense that held the Titans star running back to 82 yards on 24 rushes.

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EVENTS

Carry the Torch Virtual Event. The 2020 event, hosted by the Volunteer Ministry Center, will be a virtual and shown via Facebook Live at 12:15 and 7:15 p.m. Thursday. The featured speaker will be Krista Tippett, a New York Times bestselling author, journalist and host of NPR’s “On Being.” Information

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Titans must worry about Cousins, their own issues

First down: Kirk Cousins. The Vikings are off to an uncharacteristic start at 0-2, and Cousins struggled Sunday against Indianapolis. The good version of Cousins is bound to surface sooner or later, and the Titans have to be wary of him and his talented receivers, especially with a secondary that suddenly looks banged up and could be exposed.

MEDIA

Knoxville Ledger judged best in state by Tennessee Press Association

The Knoxville Ledger was named the best newspaper in the state for its circulation category Thursday by the Tennessee Press Association.

NEWSMAKERS

Trust Company adds Fillers to team

Kevin S. Fillers has been hired as a relationship manager at The Trust Company of Tennessee’s Knoxville office.

BRIEFS

COVID-19 forces new rules for game day

The University of Tennessee’s first home game against Missouri on Saturday, Oct. 3, will include several COVID-19 public health protocols that will change how many fans take part this fall.

BEHIND THE WHEEL

How the new Kia K5 stacks up against Honda Accord

The current generation Honda Accord has been a class leader since it was introduced in 2018. It has garnered an Edmunds Top Rated award for the last two years, meaning it outranked all other midsize sedans.

BUSINESS BOOK REVIEW

RBG in her ‘Own Words’ and those of her associates

Please and Thank You. Those were The Magic Words you learned at your mother’s knee, the ones that opened doors and gained favors. That also was when you learned something important, as you’ll see in “My Own Words” by Ruth Bader Ginsburg (with Mary Hartnett and Wendy W. Williams): Letters, when properly collected, can move mountains.

PERSONAL FINANCE

Fear of bankruptcy can be worse than actually filing

The mystery isn’t why so many people file for bankruptcy each year. It’s why more people don’t.

CAREER CORNER

Feeling overwhelmed? Set small steps to bigger successes

We’ve all been there. The list of things you have to do or to manage suddenly grows. It can feel truly overwhelming. And, that’s because it is overwhelming.

MILLENNIAL MONEY

New-home costs don’t stop with down payment check

If you’re saving for your first home, there’s no shortage of advice out there – some of it questionable, even if you do have an avocado toast habit. Still, it’s true that your down payment may be the biggest check you ever write.

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