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  1. ETSU football coaches Torbush and O'Cain have long friendship on and off the field

     

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  2. Worley, defense spark Vols past Utah State, 38-7

    Justin Worley threw for 273 yards and three touchdowns to help Tennessee beat Utah State 38-7 on Sunday night.

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  3. Worley, defense spark Vols past Utah State, 38-7

     

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  4. Your Weekly Constitutional: Surrender at Appomattox Courthouse.

    Catch 'Your Weekly Constitutional' with Stewart Harris on WETS-FM, 89.5, Sundays at 3pm and Tuesdays at 8pm.

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  5. Russell County house fire under investigation

    The cause of a Russell County house fire is under investigation.

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  6. Problems with Charter internet

    News Channel 11 has received several calls and messages from viewers about problems with Charter's internet service being down.

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  7. Gordon takes pole at Watkins Glen

    Jeff Gordon has won the Sprint Cup pole for the Cheez-It 355 at Watkins Glen International.

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  8. NASCAR fans react to spring race date change

    NASCAR fans will have to make a few changes to their spring race plans. Race officials at Bristol Motor Speedway confirmed Friday that the spring races are being moved from late March to mid-April.Fans seem excited about the change.“You know what, I love it because it's [March] too early. The weather's always crappy down here, it's either cold, snow, whatever. It's the best thing that ever happened,” Rusty Lodge told News Channel 11.Cleve Hunter and his friends were happy too. “We love the da...

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  9. Despite early lead, Milligan men's soccer settles for draw

    Ryan Reilly and Jonathan Watson gave the Milligan College men's soccer team a two-goal lead within five minutes of action, but a resilient Lyon College battled back to force a draw, 3-3, in double overtime.

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  10. Wheels in the Hills brings new type of festival to Jonesborough

     

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