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Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Tennessee Volunteers Tickets

Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Tennessee Volunteers Tickets

Tennessee Volunteers vs. Alabama Crimson Tide Tickets Information

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Crimson Tide vs. Volunteers Football Game

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Recent Matchups

Saturday, October 24, 2015 at Bryant Denny Stadium (Tuscaloosa, AL) Crimson Tide 19, Volunteers 14The underdog Volunteers came into Tuscaloosa and gave Alabama all that they could handle on Saturday. Tennessee's struggling defense found an extra gear against the Crimson Tide, holding Alabama to 10 points through 3 quarters. But Alabama and running back Derrick Henry finally broke through late in the 4th quarter, when Henry rushed for a 14 yard touchdown to give Alabama the lead. A Joshua Dobbs fumble on ensuing drive sealed the win for Alabama. The win gave the Crimson Tide 9 in a row in the Tennessee-Alabama rivalry.

Saturday, October 25, 2014 at Neyland Stadium (Knoxville, TN) Crimson Tide 34, Volunteers 20 The #4 team in the nation came out swinging against SEC rival Tennessee taking a 27-0 lead before allowing the Vols to get with in 17 by half-time. After the half the Vols looked like they were on the verge of a comeback closing the gap by 7, but ultimately fell to the Crimson Tide 34-20 in the end.

Saturday, October 26, 2013 at Bryant Denny Stadium (Tuscaloosa, AL) Crimson Tide 45, Volunteers 10 There was little trouble for the Crimson Tide as AJ McCarron and TJ Yeldon ran the table at home against the Vols. Favor fell in Alabama’s hands early with a 21-0 start in the first quarter and then an additional 14 in the second, all the while keeping Tennessee out of the end zone. Yeldon found the end zone 3 times on 15 carries while McCarron added 2 touchdowns through the air with 275 yards.

Saturday, October 20, 2012 at Neyland Stadium (Knoxville, TN) Crimson Tide 44, Volunteers 13 It was a quite night in Knoxville after AJ McCarron and Amari Cooper connected all night at Neyland Stadium. McCarron finished the night with a career high 306 yards and 4 touchdowns while Cooper took home 2 of those TD’s on 7 receptions and 162 yards. There was little going in the way of the Vols who found the end zone only once in between first and fourth quarter field goals in the 44-13 loss to Alabama.

Saturday, October 22, 2011 at Bryant Denny Stadium (Tuscaloosa, AL) Crimson Tide 37, Volunteers 6 The Vols were able to provide the Crimson Tide with a brief scare in the first half heading into the locker room tied at 6. After the halftime festivities it was all Alabama. The Tide shut down Tennessee’s offense leaving them scoreless in the second half while tacking on 31 points of their own behind the powerhouse running of Trent Richardson. Richardson ended the night with 77 yards and 2 touchdowns on a total of 17 yards.

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