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Friday night the Cumberland County High School Jets traveled to Livingston Academy for a Region 3 Class 4A game with the Wildcats. The home team posted a shutout win, 23-0, dropping the Jets to 0 and 4 in the Region. The Region leading Stone Memorial High School Panthers had an open date.
SMHS plays at CCHS Friday, October 21st. The kickoff is scheduled for 7:00 and Jets coverage will air beginning at 6:45 on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY with Panthers coverage on Mix 99.3.
Tennessee's Board of Trustees is expected to consider a potential $106 million renovation to Neyland Stadium on Friday.
The project includes a back wall to meet NCAA standards on the minimum distance required between the playing surface and any physical boundaries. Other renovations include expanding the main thoroughfare of the south concourse, improving concessions and adding rest rooms.
Chris Cimino, Tennessee's senior vice chancellor of finance and administration, said the project would be financed by a combination of donations and the athletic department's operating revenues
An August 2019 target date has been set for the project's completion.
If the board approves the project, it next would go before the Tennessee Higher Education Commission and eventually would require legislative approval.
Neyland Stadium was built in 1921 and has a capacity of 102,455.
UT will host Alabama on Saturday, October 15th at Neyland Stadium. The Kick-off Call begins at 1 p.m. CT and the game starts at 2:30 p.m. on your home for the VOLS, 102.5 WOW Country, Todayís Country and the Legends.
The Jets are on the road Livingston Academy tonight as Cumberland County High School takes on the Wildcats (Friday, October 14th). The action begins at 7:00, pre-game coverage gets underway at 6:45 on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY.
The Panthers return to action on October 21st as they take on the Jets at CCHS.
Interim City Manager Steve Hill will retain his post for now. In Thursday nightís Crossville City Council meeting, Council member Pete Souzaís motion to oust Mr. Hill failed in a 2-2 vote with both Souza and Mayor James Mayberry voting favor of Hillís removal and Mayor Pro Tem Pamala Harris and Danny Wyatt voting against the motion. Council member Jesse Kerley was absent from Thursday nightís meeting.