Patrick Brown


phone: 901-581-7288




Patrick Brown has been the University of Tennessee beat writer since January 2011.
A native of Memphis, Brown graduated from UT in May of 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism/Electronic Media and worked at the Knoxville News Sentinel for two years on the sports editorial staff and as a freelance contributor. If it’s the NBA, the NFL or SEC football and basketball, he’s probably reading about it or watching it on TV.
Contact him at 423-757-6273.
pbrown@timesfreepress.com

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KNOXVILLE — Jordan Williams first came to the realization of what was ahead as he trotted to the locker room at Neyland Stadium one week ago.

KNOXVILLE — As Willie Carmichael sprang into the air, the odds were he was going to end up on "SportsCenter's" top plays of Thursday night one way or the other.

KNOXVILLE — Through all of the injuries and bumps in the road, Zach Azzanni's weekly objective for Tennessee's wide receivers has remained the same.

KNOXVILLE — The crowd at Thompson-Boling Arena for Tennessee's home basketball opener Thursday night might have been rather small, but it still made a difference.

KNOXVILLE — The last time the Missouri Tigers saw Josh Dobbs, he was every bit a frail freshman starting a college football game for the first time.

KNOXVILLE — If you thought Tennessee's basketball team took some solace in how tough it played a top-15 team in the second half of the season-opening loss to Virginia Commonwealth last Friday, think again.

KNOXVILLE — The investigation into an alleged rape and sexual assault involving Tennessee football players A.J. Johnson and Michael Williams remains ongoing, a Knoxville Police Department official said Wednesday afternoon.

KNOXVILLE — It's looking more and more likely Tennessee will swap the No. 2 player on the program's career tackles list for a freshman playing just his second season of football in this country.

KNOXVILLE — A police spokesman on Wednesday said there “was a large gathering” of people at the South Knoxville apartment complex where a 19-year-old woman reported she was raped by two University of Tennessee football players.

KNOXVILLE -- A 19-year-old woman has accused University of Tennessee football players A.J. Johnson and Michael Williams of forcible rape, according to an incident report released Tuesday by the Knoxville Police Department.

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