Tennessee Volunteers Football Tickets
The Schedule in 2013
In the state of Tennessee, the Volunteer football
team is one of the most beloved teams and its history runs deep with success. The SEC is rich in tradition and strong rivalries,
and Tennessee is historically one of the conference's most successful programs. In 2013, the Vols find themselves looking
up at the Missouri Tigers and South Carolina Gamecocks, but there are still games to be played. Regardless of their record,
the Tennessee Vols are a highly entertaining team with a passionate fanbase that is one of the most loyal in all of college
With the regular season winding down, the Vols have a huge matchup on November 9 against their rivals the
Auburn Tigers, the 9th ranked team in the country and one of the strongest rushing corps in the game. This could be a trap
game for the Tigers with a hungry and proud Tennessee Vols team looking to play spoiler and add some bragging rights to this
deep rivalry. In the SEC, no game is a given and the Vols will definitely be out for the upset.
Another rival comes
to Knoxville to match up against the Vols when the Vanderbilt Commodores come to Neyland Stadium on November 23. The fellow
SEC East rivals are both 1-4 in their conference and would love to leapfrog the other in the standings. With both teams looking
to finish off the year strong and keep their bowl hopes alive, fans should definitely prepare for a hard fought game. SEC
football fans won't want to miss this clash in Knoxville in front of one of the most loyal fansbases in college football.
The Tennessee Volunteers have been been a member of the much feared Southeast Conference since 1932
and a part of the East Division since its creation in 1992. With six National Championships in school history with the most
recent coming in 1998, the Tennessee Vols are one of the most storied programs in all of college football. Their most famous
alumni include NFL superstar and future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning, Reggie White, one of the most decorated college and
professional football players ever, and another member of both the NFL and College Football Hall of Fames, Doug Atkinson.
With some of the finest college football players having work the orange and white, the Vols are always held amongst the best
of college football.
The 2013 Volunteer team is 4-5 overall, with a 1-4 record within the SEC. Their sole victory came
over the University of South Carolina, now ranked #11 in the country. The Vols certainly have one of the toughest schedules
in the country, with matchups against ranked the #1 and #2 teams Alabama and Oregon, respectively, as well as South Carolina,
Auburn, Missouri, Florida and Georgia, who were all ranked in the Top 25. The Vols came within a field goal of defeating the
Georgia Bulldogs in overtime in October, proving that they are always going to bring their A game no matter their record.
College Football is one of the most popular sports in the country, but in the South, especially
the SEC, it is a way of life. At Neyland Stadium, in Knoxville, fans create a sea of orange, with all fans clad in the school's
distinct UT Orange school color. When you attend a game in Knoxville, make sure you arrive early to participate in The Vol
Walk, where the players and coaches make their way from the Thompson-Neyland Sports Complex, past the Vols Walk of Fame, down
Peyton Manning pass on their way to Neyland Stadium for gametime. Fans come by the thousands to watch the players and shake
their hands in this tradition that thrills fans every gameday.
At stadiums all across the country on Saturdays, the
game is only a part of the gameday experience. Fans hit campus nice and early to begin their pregame rituals, that usually
includes tasty treats while tailgating and throwing the pigskin around in the parking lot. The scene around Neyland Stadium
is legendary and ahould not be missed. Get tickets to check out the next home game in Knoxville and see what college football
is all about.
In college football recently, it seems like its the Southeast Conference
(SEC) and then everybody else. With six teams (Alabama, LSU, Missouri, South Carolina, Texas A&M and Auburn) currently
ranked in the Top 15 this year, the conference is a who's who of the best teams in the sport. The traditions and rivalries
run so deep in the SEC, that gamedays are like a history lesson of the school and its community. With Tennessee, Vanderbilt,
Mississippi State, Kentucky, Georgia, Florida, Ole Miss, and Arkansas also in the SEC, every game is up for grabs. Their fierce
conference puts fear in the rest of the country, who know that they cannot afford to lost a game if they want to make it to
the BCS Championship Game.
Why is the Volunteer the mascot of the University of Tennessee?
is known as "The Volunteer State" because they built a reputation for selfless work during the War of 1812 when volunteer
soldiers from the state offered their much needed assistance, especially during the Battle of New Orleans.