Tony Vitello Has Been Suspended By MLB For Violating

 Texas A&M threw the bank at Vitello to bring him to College Station, hoping he can replicate his success in Aggieland.

“It shot its shot,” Rogers said, “but TV stayed put and loyal to a program that has given him the keys to the castle.”

Vitello and the Vols faced Texas A&M in the College World Series Finals. After losing game one, the Vols won two straight games to win the series, including a stress-inducing 6-5 win in game three.

 Vitello’s connections at A&M doesn’t make it a surprise that they shot their shot at one of the premiere coaches in the nation. He also notes that his situation at Tennessee is likely what any coach would want in a program.

Big money and a big program would attract many coaches, but Tony V has built something special in Knoxville, and he isn’t ready to leave. He also celebrated Tennessee’s national championship on the streets of Knoxville with an elite “Vol or not” quote, cementing his future on Rocky Top.

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