Third Vol Freshman, Cleared Of Charges, Set To Return Saturday

Tennessee's streak of 11 whole months without an arrest comes to an end after three Vols starting players are taken into custody. They're accused of allegedly holding up three people WITH A PELLET GUN outside a Knoxville convenience store.

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Irony, Defined: Location Of Robbery Owned By One Of Tenn's Biggest Boosters

The gas station where the robbery by the three Tennessee players allegedly took place Thursday morning? It’s a Pilot, a chain owned by Jim Haslam, as in the Haslam Practice Field at Tennessee. He’s one, if not the, biggest Tennessee booster and a former player from the Vols 1951 Championship team.

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