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Tennessee Volunteers football

The Tennessee Volunteers football program represents the University of Tennessee. The Vols have played football for 121 seasons, starting in 1891, their all-time ranking in bowl appearances is third and sixth in all-time bowl victories, most notably four Sugar Bowls, three Cotton Bowls, an Orange Bowl, a Fiesta Bowl. They have won 16 conference championships and six national titles in their history and their last national championship was in the 1998 college football season; the Vols play at Neyland Stadium, where Tennessee has an all-time winning record of 464 games, the highest home-field total in college football history for any school in the nation at its current home venue. Additionally, its 102,455 seat capacity makes Neyland the nation's fifth largest stadium. Independent Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association Southern Conference Southeastern Conference Tennessee has won six national championships from NCAA-designated major selectors. Tennessee claims all six national championships.

The Associated Press has acknowledged Tennessee as National Champions twice, but the #1 Vols lost in the Sugar Bowl in 1951 after being named AP and UPI National Champions due to the polls being conducted before the bowl season prior to 1968 and 1974 respectively. The 1938 and 1950 championships, while not AP titles, were recognized by a majority and a plurality of overall selectors/polls, respectively. Tennessee has been awarded national championships by various organizations in eight additional years of 1914 1927, 1928, 1931, 1939, 1956, 1985, 1989, though the school claims none. Tennessee has won a total of 16 conference championships through the 2018 season, including 13 SEC championships; as winners of the Southeastern Conference's Eastern Division, Tennessee has made five appearances in the SEC Championship Game, with the most recent coming in 2007. The Vols are 2–3 in those games. † Co-champions Tennessee has had 24 head coaches. Robert Neyland is the leader in seasons coached and games won, with 173 victories in 21 seasons.

John Barnhill has the highest winning percentage of those who have coached more than one game, with.846. James DePree has the lowest winning percentage of those who have coached more than one game, with.306. Of the 23 different head coaches who have led the Volunteers, Wyatt, Dickey and Fulmer have been inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta; the current head coach is Jeremy Pruitt. This is a list of the most recent bowl games Tennessee has competed in since 2000. For the full Tennessee bowl game history, see List of Tennessee Volunteers bowl games; the Volunteers began wearing orange pants in 1977 under coach Johnny Majors. His successor, Phillip Fulmer, discarded the pants upon becoming Major's full-time replacement in 1993; the orange pants were worn three times under Fulmer: in the 1999 homecoming game vs. Memphis, the 2007 SEC Championship game vs. LSU, the 2008 season opener at UCLA. Lane Kiffin wore the orange pants full-time on the road, except for the 2009 season finale vs. Kentucky, selected home games.

In 2009, the Volunteers wore black jerseys with orange pants on Halloween night against the South Carolina Gamecocks. The Volunteers had worn black uniforms from 1911-1920. On October 5, 2013, the team debuted its "Smokey Gray" uniforms in an overtime loss to the Georgia Bulldogs at Neyland Stadium; the three new Mach Speed uniforms, which are part of a department-wide contract with Nike, announced in 2014, introduces a taller, sleeker number font and striping, half-checkerboard—matching the famous end-zone art at Neyland Stadium. When current Athletics Director Phillip Fulmer was hired, the uniforms were changed to resemble the 1998 uniforms which the University of Tennessee won the first BCS National Championship in; this look consists of the iconic gloss white helmet with a single wide orange strip down the middle, with the orange power T logo on both sides, the updated Nike Orange and White home and away jerseys, solid white pants and white socks, black Nike cleats. During this uniform change the checkerboard pattern was removed from the uniforms altogether and the orange pants were removed from the uniform options as an alternative.

In addition to these changes the Nike Smokey Grey alternate uniforms were removed and are not an option to be worn in the 2018 season. The "Orange Britches" were worn twice; the two most recent times the Vols have worn orange pants, they have won with a 17–13 road victory over Kentucky on November 9, 2019, a 20–10 victory over Mississippi State on October 12, 2019. The orange and white colors worn by the football team were selected by Charles Moore, a member of the first Tennessee football team in 1891, they were from the American Daisy which grew on The Hill, the home of most of the classrooms at the university at the time. The orange color is distinct to the school, dubbed "UT Orange", has been offered by The Home Depot for sale as a paint, licensed by the university. Home games at Neyland Stadium have been described as a "sea of Orange" due to the large number of fans wearing the school color; the color is spot color PMS 151. In addition to the famous

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Şada is a village and the least populous municipality in the Shahbuz District of Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan. It is located 18 km in the north-west on the slope of the Daralayaz ridge, its population is busy with animal husbandry. There are library and a medical center in the village, it has a population of 164. Şada is located on slope of the Daralayaz ridge. It has connected with suffered version of the phonetic change of the Turkic shoto ethnonym. According to sources, the tribe took its name from the same named desert; the Shatos which established their own state in the Chu valley of East Turkestan in the 7th century, settled in the territory of Azerbaijan during the Oghuz and Mongols campaign. In the 19th century, the tribal was registered under the name of Shada within Kyrgyzs. Qaraboya - the existed village on the slope of the Ov Mountain in the Shahbuz district, its population have been resettled in the Shada and Badamlı villages in 1960. Şada at GEOnet Names Server

Cameron Salkeld

Cameron Salkeld is an English professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Greenock Morton. Salkeld came through the youth team at Carlisle United to make his first-team debut under Keith Curle on 4 October 2016, coming on as a 78th-minute substitute for Charlie Wyke in a 2–0 victory over Blackburn Rovers U23 in an EFL Trophy match at Brunton Park, won a penalty after being fouled by Wes Brown. On 9 November, he went on to score in a 4–2 win over Fleetwood Town, he signed a developmental contract in May 2017. On 23 November 2017, he joined Northern Premier League Premier Division side Whitby Town on a one-month loan, who needed a replacement for the injured John Campbell. On 31 January 2018, he went on loan to Scottish League Two club Annan Athletic until the end of the 2017–18 season. Salkeld was released by Carlisle at the end of the 2017-18 season. Salkeld joined Gateshead permanently in the summer of 2018. Salkeld, like the majority of Gateshead's players and staff, did not have his contract renewed at the end of the season due to financial issues.

On 6 June 2019, Salkeld signed for Scottish Championship club Greenock Morton on a one-year contract. Salkeld is a "forward thinking" midfielder; as of match played 10 December 2019