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The Tennessee Volunteers have been playing college football for over 100 years and are annually one of the top programs in the SEC. The Vols first formed a football program in 1891, and won their first national title in 1938. Legendary head coach Robert Neyland led the Volunteers to 4 national titles and Phillip Fulmer added a title in 1998. Tennessee has a unique gameday which starts with the Vol Walk and is electrifying as the team runs across the checkerboard end zone and then through the block letter T onto the field. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Tennessee Volunteers football tickets.

2014 Tennessee Season Preview

2013 will offer a fresh start to the capable Tennessee football program. With head coach Butch Jones heading the program, Vol nation will undergo some minor tweaks to bring the greatness back to the Tennessee. Those tweaks will start with the passing game. After losing quarterback Tyler Bray and his arsenal of receivers Tennessee’s passing game will be under total reconstruction. Implications lean towards Justin Worley as Bray’s replacement but redshirt freshman Nathan Peterman isn’t making the decision easy. Regardless of which player gets the starting job, each will be well protected by a solid o-line that is arguably one of the most consistent in the SEC. Rushing tandem, Rajion Neal and Marlin Lane will also benefit from such a stout offensive line as the weight of offensive production will likely be on their shoulders in 2013.

The Vols will need to get the kinks worked out early against Austin Peay and Western Kentucky because the schedule takes a quick turn. After traveling to Oregon Tennessee will kick off SEC play at Florida before hosting Georgia and South Carolina. The Vols will close out October at Bryant Denny Stadium against Alabama and cap off their season against rivals Vanderbilt and Kentucky.

Check out our Tennessee Volunteers Season Preview History page for previews of previous Vols seasons.

Tennessee Volunteers Football at Neyland Stadium

Address: 1235 Phillip Fulmer Way, Knoxville, TN 37916

The Vols play their home games at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tennessee, which has a capacity of over 102,000, making it the largest stadium in the South. Watching a game at Neyland against Alabama Crimson Tide in a sea of orange and white might be the quintessential college football experience. The Tennessee Vol's home bench is on the Neyland Stadium sideline with sections R-W. Neyland Stadium parking information is covered in our Volunteers event guide.

 
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Tennessee Volunteers Rivals

Tennessee vs. Alabama Crimson Tide

One of the fiercest rivalries in all college football, Tennessee and Alabama battle in a game named the “Third Saturday in October”. These two state schools in neighboring states have played each other since 1901. These two programs both sport tremendous fan bases, so the passion in the crowd on game day is unsurpassed by other SEC rivalry games. Take the opportunity to see the Vols take on Bama, a truly unique experience in college football.

Tennessee vs. Florida Gators

The rivalry between Tennessee and Florida was a result of them annually competing to represent the Eastern Division in the SEC Championship Game. It was turned up a notch when former Florida Head Coach Steve Spurrier poked fun at the Vols by saying, “You can’t spell Citrus without UT”.

Tennessee vs. Kentucky Wildcats

The “Battle for the Barrel” has matched up these neighboring state rivals over 100 times on the gridiron. Tennessee has been the dominant program on the football field, while Kentucky remains the college basketball superpower.

Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt Commodores

A two and a half hour drive separates these two in-state rivals. The Vols won 22 straight between 1983 and 2004, but since then the two teams have exchanged victories.

Tennessee Volunteers in the BCS Championship, Bowl Games and SEC Championship

The Volunteers have accomplished more than most other football programs can dream about; the Vols have won a BCS Championship (1998), over 25 bowl games and a dozen SEC Championships. Tennessee is a top contender to play in the SEC Championship Game and a BCS bowl just about every season.

Tennessee Volunteers Event Guide

Where do I go to watch the Vol Walk?

The pregame Vol Walk starts at The Torchbearer in Circle Park on Volunteer Drive. The players walk down Peyton Manning Pass before turning on to Phillip Fulmer Way to walk into Neyland Stadium. Get there 2 to 2.5 hours early to see it.

Does my child need a ticket to attend a Tennessee Volunteers game?

Yes, all fans regardless of age must have a ticket.

Where are the best places to eat before a Volunteers game?

Calhoun’s on the River offers a great game day atmosphere and has some of the best ribs. Dead End BBQ is the best-known barbeque joint in Knoxville. There are other great restaurant options by Market Square or down off the Strip, like Cool Beans.

Who are the most famous football alumni for the Tennessee Vols?

Volunteers who had the biggest impact on the NFL include Reggie White, Peyton Manning, Bill Bates, Michael Munoz, Al Wilson, Jason Witten, and Alvin Harper.

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Thanks ticket city I have been a Vols fan ever since I was a little kid, but have never had the pleasure of seeing them in the famed Neyland Stadium. But thanks to ticket city, me and my two friends who are in the same predicament as I was, will be sitting in that wonderful stadium on homecoming. Can't wait to see the game, and all the other festivities, under the big lights of one of the toughest places to play in college football. Thanks again, ticket city, for making our dreams a reality. September 23, 2011
Tennessee v. Georgia The game was awesome. Everyone said Georgia was going to wipe the field with the Volunteers but, I don't call a score of 13 to 20 wiping the field. Tennessee is a young team holding their own for now but, watch out they are going to be a force to be reckoned with over the next two years. Go Vols! October 11, 2011
Neyland- Great atmosphere, great football. My first UT football experience was provided by TicketCity. I needed 2 tickets, and they sent me the tickets in less than two days after talking to a great person on the phone. The game was amazing, the atmosphere was awesome, and the overall experience was unforgettable. Now I know who to look for when I need tickets! September 9, 2010
the ultimate Orange experience Always wanted to sit in the great Neyland stadium and I did just that and most of all The best friend I have in this world was sitting right there beside me...my son and Ticket city put the both of us there with 2 of the best tickets in the house to see this young team of freshman - sophomore's growing together to be next years pride.Totally Awsome the fans the stadium and the Super service from Ticket City and I will do all of my business with Ticket City....thanks for taking me there...Ron & Cody September 22, 2010
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