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2004 Skeletal Biology and Paleopathology of Domestic Dogs from Prehistoric Alabama, Illinois, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Indiana University, Bloomington.
Tennessee Vols mascot Smokey V checks out University of Georgia Bulldogs mascot Uga III before the 1980 football game against UGA in Knoxville.
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"We’ve been fortunate to have a very safe campus and we’re confident from our research of other hospitals around the country that the addition of the K-9 program will further enhance safety and security for everyone at the medical center,” said Lt. Brandon Ingram, who oversees the K-9 Program for the Security Department at The University of Tennessee Medical Center. “The dogs will provide comfort and serve as a tension reliever for our patients and their loved ones who are going through a stressful situation as well for our team members who work so hard."Vol Nation are the only fans who can handle being on the rocky top. DoggieNation is here to make sure your dog’s fan game stays at its peak. Here you'll find Tennessee Volunteer dog apparel and accessories you’ll ever need to keep your dog dressing like Smokey, the Volunteer mascot.
Fun Fact: With over a 120 years of football under the University of Tennessee, the Vols have accumulated over 800 wins. Making the Tennessee Volunteers the team with the second most victories in the SEC. The University of Tennessee Gardens in Knoxville is going to the dogs for a Howl-O-Ween Pooch Parade and Pet Expo. The event, sponsored by the UT Gardens, Knoxville, and the UT College of Veterinary Medicine, caters to dogs and dog lovers and will be held Sunday, Oct. 23, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the UT Gardens on the agricultural campus.The late Rev. W.C. "Bill" Brooks entered his prize-winning , "Brooks' Blue Smokey," in the school's contest. At halftime of the Mississippi State game that season, several dogs were lined up on the old cheerleaders' ramp at for voting. Each dog was introduced over the loudspeaker, and the student body cheered for their favorite. "Blue Smokey" was the last hound introduced. When his name was called, he barked. The students cheered and Smokey threw his head back and howled again. This kept going until the stadium was in an uproar, and the University had found its mascot. "Blue Smokey" would compile a 10-10-1 record during his two seasons as Vols mascot. Tennessee's first mascot met a sudden and tragic end in 1955, as he was fatally struck by a car after escaping from his home.In 1953, the University of Tennessee Pep Club held a contest to select a coonhound, a breed native to Tennessee, to serve as the school's live mascot. Announcements of the contest in local newspapers read, "This can't be an ordinary hound. He must be a 'Houn' Dog' in the best sense of the word."