If you want to re-live Saturday's game against Georgia, the
SEC Network will replay a slightly condensed version today at 10:00 a.m. ET. The
game will also air overnight tonight at 2:30 a.m. on ESPNU.
Tennessee head coach Butch Jones and selected players will address the media today at Noon at the regular Monday press briefing. Live coverage starts at Noon HERE on UTSports.com
The Vol Network's Big Orange Hotline broadcasts live from Dead End BBQ tonight at 8:00 p.m. Bob Kesling and former Vol QBs Jeff Francis and Pat Ryan will give fans a preview of Saturday's game in Athens on Vol Network stations across the state and HERE on UTSports.com
Monday Night Football will reunite several VFLs as the Patroits take on the Chiefs on ESPN at 8:30. New England's Jerod Mayo had a team-high 11 tackles last week. For the Chiefs, Eric Berry was inactive in last week's game due to a high ankle sprain. Tyler Bray remains on the injured reserve list. Dustin Colquitt had a 51 yard average over five punts last week and Zach Fulton once again made the start at RG.
The Vols have posted a 9-4-1 record on Sept. 29.
September 29 (9-4-1)
1923 L, 0-41 at Army
1928 W, 41-0 MARYVILLE
1934 W, 32-0 CENTRE
1939 W, 13-0 NC State
1945 W, 7-6 WAKE FOREST
1951 W, 14-0 MISSISSIPPI STATE
1956 W, 35-7 Auburn (N) @ Birmingham, Ala.
1962 L, 21-22 Auburn (N) @ Birmingham, Ala.
1973 W, 21-0 at No. 11 AUBURN
1979 W, 35-17 AUBURN
1984 L, 10-29 at No. 20 Auburn
1990 T, 26-26 at No. 3 Auburn
2001 W, 26-18 No. 14 LOUISIANA STATE
2012 L, 44-51 at No. 5 Georgia
On Sept. 29, 2001: Tennessee has its fifth largest Neyland Stadium game attendance against LSU with a total of 108,472 as the Vols beat the #14 Tigers.