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Tennessee wraps up demo days across the state — August is a big month in Tennessee's thriving community of entrepreneurs: It's when many of Tennessee's start-up accelerators host "demo days" to mark the graduation of their summer cohorts.

Wreh-Wilson tops Sensabaugh on unofficial depth chart — Blidi Wreh-Wilson has won the Titans competition to replace Alterraun Verner as a starting outside cornerback, according to the team's unofficial depth chart. Wreh-Wilson and Coty Sensabaugh battled through training camp and the preseason to get the starting spot, rotating on a daily basis in practice. Sensabaugh had previously been listed ahead of Wreh-Wilson.
Sep 01, 2014

#Titans starting CB competition has been decided, per team's unofficial depth chart. Winner is:

Carrie Underwood tweets pregnancy — Carrie Underwood is expecting her first child, or at least that's what she implied on Twitter Monday. In a tweet featuring the country music star holding her two small dogs, Underwood wrote this caption: "In honor of "Labor" Day...Ace & Penny would like to make an announcement. Their parents couldn't be happier!"
Sep 01, 2014

I'm apparently on the entertainment beat today and just reported this: Carrie Underwood is pregnant via @tennessean

Titans willing to wait on rookie Taylor Lewan — When the Titans selected Taylor Lewan in the first round of May's NFL Draft, some immediately penciled him in as a starter. The Titans have to play the rookie, right? Well, it's not going to happen, at least not at the start of the season.
Sep 01, 2014

#Titans willing to wait on rookie Taylor Lewan. As expected, Michael Roos & Michael Oher the team's starting tackles

Festival celebrates African cultures and more — Drums pounded. Flags flew. A masked man danced on stilts. Even Elmo got in on the action. In what was probably the most colorful Labor Day event in Nashville, the seventh annual African Heritage Festival brought together more than 200 people from dozens of nations, not all of them African, to celebrate a bit of what makes each place unique.

Gordon Ball challenges Lamar Alexander to debates — Democratic U.S. Senate nominee Gordon Ball is calling on Republican incumbent Lamar Alexander to debate him in major Tennessee cities before the Nov. 4 election. "Televised debates will allow the voters of this state to see the stark differences in my vision for Tennessee and Sen.