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.
As a former defensive tackle at the University of Tennessee. He is famous for causing and recovering the miracle “Stoerner Fumble,” which saved the Volunteers’ crucial match-up against the Arkansas Razorbacks in 1998.
Jeff was a starter on the defensive line for the Vols from 94-98. He was on the Vols 98 National Championship team and added two SEC Champion rings to his collection. Jeff is the host of the Cole World Podcast on the Volunteer Roadshow platform.
Fred White played safety at Tennessee from 1995-99, and was a part of two SEC titles and a national championship in 98′.
As linebacker for the Volunteers from 1995-99, Shawn was part of two SEC titles and the 98′ team. He now is a professional artist, and his works are available at shawnjohnsonart.com.
VRS Writers, Reporters & Show HOsts
Maria M. Cornelius
Maria M. Cornelius has been covering the Lady Vols for nearly 25 years. She is a sportswriter for GoVols247 and the author of the award-winning book, “The Final Season: The Perseverance of Pat Summitt.”
Writer, Historian, Host
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.
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.