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Red Rainey
Rainey c. 1913
Tennessee Volunteers – No. 7
Position Halfback/Quarterback
Class Graduate
Career history
College Tennessee (1913–1914)
Career highlights and awards

Horace "Red" Rainey was a college football player.

University of Tennessee[edit]

Rainey was a prominent running back for the Tennessee Volunteers of the University of Tennessee.


On the 6 to 7 loss to Vanderbilt in 1913, "'Red' Rainey shone for Tennessee, though he was later relegated to the side lines after a collision with one A. Sikes, Esq., otherwise known as the "Roaring Representative from Williamson."[1] Rainey was selected All-Southern.[2]


A description of the 14 to 7 victory of Sewanee in 1914 reads, "'Red Rainey' got back into the game just at the start of the third quarter, after a month's absence from scrimmage. In spite of his bum ankle, "Red" did some good work and finished the game without calling time out. Once he intercepted a forward pass and made a good return."[3]


  1. ^ Vanderbilt University. "Athletics". Vanderbilt University Quarterly. 13: 309. 
  2. ^ "Constitution's All-Southern Picked By Coach Donahue of Champion Auburn Team". Atlanta Constitution. November 30, 1913. 
  3. ^ "Athletics". The University of Tennessee Record. 18 (5): 65–69. 


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