Q&A: Rocky Top Insider’s Nathanael Rutherford details changes in sports media

Social media, premium content and a crazy coaching search all prompted necessary changes for RTI and its staff


Move-In Day as Told by “Steel Magnolias”

"I think we should pray." When all of your bedding, decorations and furniture match. 2. When your Mom says, "I think we can get it out of the car and to the room in two trips." 3. When you start unpacking your bedding and all of your blankets are stuck together. 4. When you make... Continue Reading →

Advice for High School Seniors

HOLLA. It's your last year of high school. You are 180 or so school days away from walking across that stage and yelling out a resounding, "SEE YA!" as you pull out of what is, undoubtedly, a mess of a parking lot. But you aren't done yet. Here are a few things to keep in... Continue Reading →

Thanks, Coach.

I'm looking at my newest basketball. A Nike ball with "Volunteers" emblazoned across the rubber. Volunteers.  Growing up, I played basketball. I played for ten years. I wasn't always the best player on the court, but I loved the game. The pace. The adrenaline. I didn't just love playing; I loved watching. I loved watching... Continue Reading →

12 Struggles Bilinguals Know to Be True

If you speak two or more languages, you possess a very special skill set. But that skill set can often bring you des probl√®mes. Whether you grew up speaking two languages, majored in a language, or did a crap ton of Rosetta Stone, here are 12 problems with which you probably identify. 1. Americanized terms... Continue Reading →

Pure Procrastination

This little ditty (to the tune of Pure Imagination) ¬†goes out to all of you who, like me, are procrastinating on the internet because we have reached the end of the semester. "Come with me, and you'll be in a world of pure procrastination Take a look and you'll see a lack of any concentration... Continue Reading →

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