As a former defensive tackle at the University of Tennessee, Billy brings his unique perspective as a star defender into the broadcasting chair. He is famous for causing and recovering the miracle “Stoerner Fumble,” which saved the Volunteers’ crucial match-up against the Arkansas Razorbacks in 1998.
Billy would later go on to help the Volunteers defeat Mississippi State in the SEC Championship and Florida State in the 1998 National Championship Game.
Luke was born in Murfreesboro, Tennessee and grew up with a passion for SEC Football.
His career in journalism started in 2016 when he covered his hometown MTSU Blue Raiders. He would later go on to cover the local Vanderbilt Commodores before he would begin covering the Volunteers. He wrote for SBNation, covering UT Athletics, before joining Volunteer Roadshow in May of 2019. He was promoted to Editor-in-Chief in January of 2020.
Alex’s life-long obsession with the Vols started in 1995, on The Third Saturday in October in Birmingham, Alabama where on the very first snap he witnessed Peyton Manning throw a touchdown to Joey Kent.
Alex has spent the 25 years since that moment as a dedicated student to Tennessee Football History. He joined the Volunteer Roadshow Team in July 2019.
Attended Walters State Community College and the University of Tennessee. He enjoys spending time with his wife and 3 kids.
Writing career started in 2013 at Rivals.com and Yahoo sports. Appearances on: The All Vol Call-In Show, SB Nation Radio, WNML
Born in Greeneville, Tennessee, Keith Ricker joined the world with orange blood coursing through his veins and soon after John Ward was shaping his fall Saturdays with precise descriptions of Volunteer football on his dad’s transistor radio.
In 2009, He decided it was time to share his passion and fervor for The Big Orange with the rest of the world. Keith is excited about the direction of Tennessee football, his YouTube channel (BVDTV) and Volunteer Roadshow.With VFL Billy Ratliff at Bobby’s side and a growing team of bright young minds, success is inevitable.
Landon was born just minutes from Neyland Stadium in South Knoxville. Sports have always been a passion of his and he ended up playing football in college at Carson-Newman University (Never fell on a helmet) where he graduated with a degree in Marketing. Now, he spends his Saturdays during football season tailgating and cheering on the Vols. It is not easy being a Tennessee fan, but he never misses a football, basketball, or baseball game. He helped start More Important Issues in November of 2016 with his buddy Caleb. Go Vols!