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Tennessee Volunteers football played their first season in 1891. The Volunteers or “Vols” have been one of the most successful football teams in the nation and hold the 10th best win-loss record in the nation. The University of Tennessee claims 6 National Championships and has been awarded 8 additional National Championships which the University fails to claim. The Volunteers play their home games at historic Neyland Stadium in Knoxville.
Tennessee Volunteers 2014 Football Preview
Tennessee Volunteers football finished the 2013 season with a 5-7 record under Head Coach Butch Jones for his first year in Knoxville. Despite the losing record, Tennessee showed signs of promise and nearly earned that elusive 6th victory becoming bowl eligible. The Volunteers shocked the nation defeating the 11th ranked South Carolina Gamecocks 23-21 in Knoxville on October 19th. The previous week Volunteer fans left Neyland Stadium in frustration falling inches short to the 6th ranked Georgia Bulldogs. Clearly, Tennessee is very close to returning to the top of the Southeastern Conference’s Eastern division. Coach Butch Jones continues the process of returning Tennessee to the top by bring home the 7th ranked recruiting class in the nation from 247sports.com. The Vols signed 33 players including one 5-star, sixteen 4-star, and fifteen 3-star rated athletes. Quarterback Justin Worley returns for 2014 following undergoing surgery for an injured thumb suffered in the Alabama game. Tennessee’s running game will start with Junior Running Back Marlin Lane following Rajion Neal’s departure to the NFL. The Tennessee defense continued to show improvement throughout the season. Expect that trend to continue especially with the return of Linebacker Curt Maggitt from an ACL injury.
Tennessee football kicks off the 2014 season hosting the Utah State Aggies on August 30th at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville. Following hosting Arkansas State on September 6th, Tennessee travels to face the Oklahoma Sooners in Norman and the rival Georgia Bulldogs in Athens. Tennessee ushers in October hosting the rival Florida Gators, stepping out of conference to face the Chattanooga Mocs, and the travels to Oxford for a showdown with the Ole Miss Rebels at Vaught Hemmingway Stadium. Closing out Tennessee football in October is the game known as the “Third Saturday in October”. Technically the Tennessee-Alabama game this year will be played on the 4th Saturday due to the Southeastern Conference's bridge schedules following Texas A&M and Missouri's acceptence into the conference in 2012. November games represent hosting fellow Southeastern Conference Eastern division foes in the Kentucky Wildcats and Missouri Tigers while traveling to Columbia, South Carolina versus the Gamecocks, and heading west along Interstate 40 to take on the Vanderbilt Commodores.
Excitement is rising in Knoxville as the Volunteers Nation is awakening and rightfully so. Tennessee appears poised for a winning season and bowl berth for the 2014 season. Coach Butch Jones’s team was competitive in most games last season with inferior talent in comparison to other conference foes. Expect a magical seasonal in Neyland Stadium for 2014. Be a part of the rebirth of Tennessee Football with tickets from SecSeats.
Tennessee Volunteers Football- Neyland Stadium
Address: 1235 Phillip Fulmer Way, Knoxville, Tennesse 37916
Field: Natural Grass
Tennessee Volunteers football plays their home games at historic Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, TN. Neyland Stadium is the 4th largest stadium in the nation and largest in the Southeastern Conference. The stadium which opened in 1921 is named from legendary Tennessee football coach Robert Neyland. The largest crowd, totaling 109,061 fans, at Neyland Stadium watched the Volunteers defeat the rival Florida Gators 30-28 in 2004. Orange and White Checkerboard end zones and listing to Rocky Top are just a couple of traditions when entering The Sea of Orange in Neyland Stadium. When attending a Tennessee football game make sure to experience “Vol Walk” and view the “Vol Navy” with their boats parked on the Tennessee River for Volunteer games.
Tennessee Volunteers Football Rivals:
The battle and rivalry between the Crimson Tide and Volunteers is known as the “Third Saturday in October”. Their first meeting occurred in 1901. These rivals have faced off 96 times with Alabama leading the series 51-37-8. Alabama has recently dominated the series with the last Tennessee victory being in 2006.
The battle and rivalry between the Vols and Bulldogs started in 1899. These rivals have faced off 43 times with Tennessee leading the highly competitive series 21-20-2. Last year’s game decided by overtime in Knoxville was a coming out party for the Volunteer football team despite falling in a winnable game. Presently the Bulldogs have won the last 4 meetings. The Volunteers are ready in 2014 to end the streak.
Tennessee and Florida first played in 1916, a Volunteer victory shutting out the Gators, 24-0. Both teams rarely played until 1992 when the Southeastern Conference split into two divisions East and West. Both Tennessee and Florida, two dominant teams in conference and nationally were placed in the Eastern division, therefore meeting annually. Last year’s meeting in Gainesville was won by the Gators 31-17 continuing a 9 game winning streak against the Volunteers.
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