Thursday, October 19, 2017
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Insider Mailing: Looking for Hope Edition

We answer your best questions about Tennessee athletics and anything else in our weekly mailbag, Insider Mailing. The post Insider Mailing: Looking for Hope Edition appeared first on Rocky Top Insider. …read more Source:: Rocky Top Insider Read More »

Behind Enemy Lines: An Inside Look at the Browns

TitansOnline.com Senior Writer and Editor Jim Wyatt gives an inside look at the Cleveland Browns with Tony Grossi, who covers the Browns for ESPNCleveland.com, 850 WKNR & Fox SportsOhio. The Titans face the Browns on Sunday on Cleveland. …read more Source:: Titans Online Read More »

After Drifting Apart, Supernaw, Father Reunite in Nashville

Titans tight end Phillip Supernaw and his dad, country-music singer Doug Supernaw, drifted apart years ago for a variety of reasons. But both find themselves back in Nashville, which just might mean a new line of communication between father and son. …read more Source:: Titans Online Read More »

Bruno Mars on performing in front of famous musicians

Does singer-songwriter Bruno Mars get nervous performing in front of artists like Beyoncé and Lenny Kravitz? See what he had to tell “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King. Tune in for the full interview Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017 on “CBS This Morning,” which airs from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. ET/PT. …read more Source:: CBS News Radio Entertainment Read More »

Opponent Preview: Alabama Crimson Tide

We tell you everything you need to know about the Vols’ Week 8 opponent, the Alabama Crimson Tide. The post Opponent Preview: Alabama Crimson Tide appeared first on Rocky Top Insider. …read more Source:: Rocky Top Insider Read More »

Former surgeon general on how loneliness could reduce lifespan

Former Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy tackled a range of public health crises such as Zika, drug and alcohol addiction and obesity. Now, he’s shedding light on the rising number of lonely people in America and how it affects our health. Murthy joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss technology’s role in what he calls an “epidemic,” why the culture of ... Read More »

Walking just two hours a week could prolong your life

Just two hours of walking a week could add years to your life. A new study of older adults revealed people who walk six hours or more a week have lower risk of dying from respiratory disease, cardiovascular disease and cancer. Dr. David Agus joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the findings. …read more Source:: CBS News Radio Health Read More »