ESPN Documentary on UT’s Condredge Holloway Premieres Sunday

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Holloway and Chesney

Condredge Holloway and Kenny Chesney on the set of ESPN's "SportsCenter."

Condredge Holloway, former Vols quarterback and current UT associate athletics director, broke racial barriers when he was named the first African-American quarterback in the Southeastern Conference in 1971. “The Color Orange: The Condredge Holloway Story,” a documentary chronicling Holloway’s story, will premiere Sunday, Feb. 20, at 8 p.m. on ESPN. The documentary was produced and narrated by country music star and lifelong UT fan, Kenny Chesney.

Holloway is a member of UT’s African-American Hall of Fame, a group that will be recognized throughout 2011 as the university celebrates 50 years of African-American achievement on campus.

Read more about documentary at ESPN, and watch ESPN’s trailer below.

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