Tennessee Volunteers Football Tickets

Tennessee Volunteers Football tickets

Tennessee Volunteers Football Schedule in 2014

The Tennessee Volunteers are ready to spend their time on the football field this season taking on some of the toughest teams in the nation. The Vols have a team with plenty of talent on both sides of the ball; it will be all about how it's implemented this season. Tennessee calls the SEC home, and it's considered by many to be the best conference in college football. Playing in the SEC means that conference wins never come easy, but that won't stop these players from giving it everything they've got on the field in 2014. The Vols are coming off a 2013 season in which they were not able to win as many games as they'd have liked, and are looking to rectify that. Fresh off the heels of spring ball, it looks like this team is pointed in the right direction. The Vols had some solid practices this spring leading up to the annual Orange and White game, which featured some electric play from the team's wide receivers. Freshman Josh Malone was able to score twice in the contest, and Marquez North scored the only TD against the first-team defense. It's clear that wide receiver is a position of strength and depth for this team this season, and they're likely to use that to their advantage in some of the biggest home games they've got on the docket in 2014.

The Vols know that they've got a big game coming their way on October 4th when the Florida Gators come to town. The Gators have one of the top programs in the SEC, and while they've struggled a bit over the last few years they have a new offense in place and are looking to show that they're back to being the same dominant Gators that fans are used to. The Vols would love to stifle their comeback effort and send them back to the swamp with a loss this time around.

Another tough team that will come into Neyland Stadium this season is the Alabama Crimson Tide. Currently the premier football program in the game, Alabama has won multiple National Championships in the last several years and is looking to add another. The Vols will have to play their best football if they're going to escape this contest with a victory, but a great home crowd can help give Tennessee their best shot.


Tennessee Volunteers Football History

Since 1891, the Tennessee Volunteer football program has been setting the standard for all of college football as one of the sports most storied programs. In the top 10 all time for wins, the Tennessee Vols have won six National Championships as well as sixteen Conference Titles, which is especially impressive because they have played in the fiercely competitive Southeastern Conference since 1932. In order to be so enduring and consistent, you are sure to have some all time great players, and the Vols have had some of college football's most legendary players don the orange and white. The most storied of all the Tennessee Vols is All American quarterback Peyton Manning, a Vol from 1994-1998. Manning set many incredible records while in Knoxville, such as being the all time leader in passing, touchdowns and wins, a record that he also holds for the SEC as a whole. His number has been retired by the school and they even named a nearby street Peyton Manning Pass. Other great Vols include beloved NFL Hall of Famer and 13 time Pro Bowler Reggie White, linebacker Jack "Hacksaw" Reynolds, Cowboys tight end Jason Witten, and NFL Hall of Fame defensive lineman Doug Atkins. Every college football fan should put a trip to Neyland Stadium on their sports bucket list because this is one of the great gameday experiences in all of college football.


Fan Experience

There is nothing quite like college football in the South, where players and fans live and breathe football. In Knoxville, Tennessee, football is king and the community is always wearing their orange and white with pride. Playing their home games at historic Neyland Stadium, the Vols are one of the most successful college football programs and they are boosted by 100,000 fans at every home game. When you attend a game at Neyland Stadium, you are treated to many wonderful football traditions beginning with the Vol Walk to the stadium, world class tailgating, the sea of orange and the singing of "Rocky Top", the famous Tennessee fight song. Come and enjoy a game day experience like no other at Neyland Stadium in beautiful Knoxville, Tennessee.


Tennessee Volunteer Football Trivia

What record-breaking NFL quarterback played his college ball at Tennessee?

The answer is Peyton Manning, who attended Tennessee for four years as he shocked the world by spurning Ole Miss and electing to play for the Vols. Manning had himself a fantastic career at Tennessee, narrowly missing out on winning the Heisman Trophy on his way to being selected with the number one pick in the NFL Draft. Manning has gone on to star on the pro level and is destined to go down as one of the best signal callers to every play the game.


Tennessee Volunteers Football Fans

Vols fans really get into the game when they're in the stands, but that gets taken to a new level when the Vols are involved in a rivalry game. When it comes to teams in the SEC, there are some very intense rivalries that have spanned many decades and get more and fiercer with each passing season. The SEC is famous for rivalries like Auburn-Georgia, Alabama-Auburn, South Carolina-Clemson, but maybe the conference's finest is the one between the two winningest program's in SEC history. The deeply intense and long running rivalry between the Tennessee Volunteers and the Alabama Crimson Tide dates back to 1901, with Alabama leading the all-time series. Known as the Third Saturday in October, this rivalry has featured some of the best players in the SEC and oftentimes when both teams are ranked. This rivalry is deeply rooted and intense for players and fans, so don't miss your chance to be a part of Tennessee Volunteer history by attending this year's Third Saturday in October and see what all the fuss is about.

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Sat
04 Oct
Florida Gators at Tennessee Volunteers Football Tickets Oct 04, 2014 1:00 PM
Neyland Stadium
Knoxville, TN
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Sat
11 Oct
Chattanooga Mocs at Tennessee Volunteers Football Tickets Oct 11, 2014 1:00 PM
Neyland Stadium
Knoxville, TN
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Sat
25 Oct
Alabama Crimson Tide at Tennessee Volunteers Football Tickets Oct 25, 2014 1:00 PM
Neyland Stadium
Knoxville, TN
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Sat
15 Nov
Kentucky Wildcats at Tennessee Volunteers Football Tickets Nov 15, 2014 1:00 PM
Neyland Stadium
Knoxville, TN
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Sat
22 Nov
Missouri Tigers at Tennessee Volunteers Football Tickets Nov 22, 2014 1:00 PM
Neyland Stadium
Knoxville, TN
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