Tennessee Volunteers Football Schedule
Life in the Southeast Conference is cutthroat and every team has a brutal
schedule year in and year out. The conference is full of storied and intense rivalries that go back a hundred years, and the
Tennessee Vols are ready to usher in another exciting season to add to their tradition. Though the Vols did not have the season
they hoped for in 2013, they are very excited to start 2014 with a clean slate and a batch of new talent. Looking to get back
to the postseason with a bowl berth, the Vols are going into battle in the SEC with Junior quarterback Justin Worley, who
missed half of the season with a finger injury. After a breakout freshman year, wide receiver Marquez North will be looking
to prove that last season was no fluke and that he is ready to be one of the best in the SEC. North made one of the biggest
plays of the season, an incredible catch in an upset win over South Carolina. Though North was often the lone bright spot
on the Vols offense in 2013, in 2014, the Vols will be looking to break out on offense.
The schedule will be tough on
the Vols again in 2014 with road games at the Oklahoma Sooners of the Big 12, at Sanford Stadium in Athens to take on the
Georgia Bulldogs and at South Carolina. The Vols will definitely need their fans support while on the road, so get tickets
at StubHub to add a little orange to the crowd and cheer on their favorite team away from home. They have a number of incredible
home games on the schedule this season beginning with the Utah State Aggies in a tough non conference game that features the
Aggie's incredibly stingy defense that ranked 7th in the nation in points allowed last season. The Vols will be tested at
home from the very first game of the season. Things won't get much easier as the Vols welcome the Alabama Crimson Tide to
Neyland Stadium on October 25, a game that will have all of the Vols fans running to StubHub to grab their tickets. The Nick
Saban-led Crimson Tide will have a new quarterback, but the Tide will no doubt roll into Knoxville looking to continue their
domination. The Vols will need their fans to show up loud for this game, so get your tickets today because they are sure to
Tennessee Volunteers Football History
The Tennessee Volunteer football program has been setting
the standard for all of college football as one of the sports most storied programs since it began playing football in 1891.
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. The
most famous of all the Tennessee Vols is quarterback Peyton Manning, a Vol from 1994-1998. Manning set many incredible records
while in Knoxville, like 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.
Tennessee Volunteers Football Fan Experience
the land of Rocky Top, the Vols football fans are as good as they come. These fans see their team through thick and thin and
pack Neyland Stadium for every home game. Neyland Stadium, home to the Vols since 1926, now fits over 100,000 screaming fans
at every home game, making it the fourth largest college football stadium in the country. In the SEC, largely considered the
most competitive conference in the sport, each team's schedule is ripe with rivalries, adding extra incentive to the games
on their schedule. Gameday in Knoxville begins in the morning when fans gather for epic tailgating before making their way
to their seats in Neyland Stadium to turn the stadium orange. Don't miss an unforgettable day of football action and tradition
when you attend a Vols game at Neyland Stadium this season.
Tennessee Volunteers Football Trivia
did the distinctive orange and white colors of the University of Tennessee come from?
A member of the original 1891
team chose them from the American Daisies that grew on campus.
Tennessee Volunteers Football Fans
your home stadium seats 102,000 screaming fans at every home game, you know that you have all the makings of a home field
advantage. At Neyland Stadium for Vols home games, the screaming fans in orange help make Knoxville one of the hardest places
in the country to play. Opposing teams and their fans hate listening to Rocky Top over and over, and the UT fans love to torture
them with it. If you want to experience one of the most authentic and exciting sporting atmosphere's, then a Tennessee Vol's
game is just what you are looking for.