14 Nov 1998: An overall view from inside Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tennessee during a game between the Tennessee Volunteers and the Arkansas Razorbacks. The Volunteers defeated the Razorbacks 28-24. Mandatory Credit: Tom Hauck /AllsportIs Tennessee in trouble? That’s the question floating around after an absolute drubbing at the hands of West Virginia last weekend.The lead-up to the 2018 college football season didn’t exactly provide a platform for success for the Volunteers. A tumultuous coaching search led to the hiring of former Alabama defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt.Pruitt’s first game of the season as the head coach of the Vols came against Heisman Trophy candidate Will Grier and it didn’t work out too well for the Volunteers – WVU won 40-14.The Vols have a friendly matchup against a lower-tier opponent. And yet, a Vegas computer is picking against Tennessee.OddsShark likes East Tennessee State to take down the Volunteers at Neyland Stadium.Is this a glitch in the computer, or is Tennessee really on upset alert against an FCS opponent in their home stadium?We’ll have to wait and see. Tennessee and East Tennessee State kick off on this afternoon at 4:00 p.m. ET. The game will be broadcast on the SEC Network.
The Alibaba Group will distribute children’s programming such as “Teletubbies” in China through a deal with DHX Media.It’s the first deal between the Halifax-based entertainment company and Alibaba, a major e-commerce company that operates primarily in China.The DHX-Alibaba agreement covers more than 2,500 half-hour episodes of content for Alibaba’s video-on-demand service, which is available through set-top boxes, smart televisions and other devices.The titles include “Teletubbies” — a British series that DHX distributes globally — as well as “Caillou,” “Paddington Bear,” and “Johnny Test.”DHX Media didn’t provide financial details of the agreement.The Canadian PressCorus Entertainment snaps up Disney content from DHX Media, plans to launch Disney channel in Canada