Tennessee has more wins on Nov. 18 than any other day in history, as the Vols have posted a 17-1 all-time record.
Among the most notable games on Nov. 18 are:
Nov. 18, 1989, Chuck Webb runs for a school record 294 yards in a 33-21 win over Ole Miss.
On Nov. 18, 1995, the Vols handed Kentucky a 34-31 defeat as UT rallied from down 24-9 in the third quarter. Peyton Manning threw for 274 yards and two touchdowns. Jay Graham ran for 147 yards. To watch that game, CLICK HERE
On Nov. 18, 2000, Tennessee blasted Kentucky, 56-20, as Travis Henry ran for 139 yards and three touchdowns on his way to setting the Vols career rushing record.
NOVEMBER 18 (17-1) 1893 W, 32-0 MARYVILLE 1905 W, 31-5 CENTRE 1907 W, 14-2 Arkansas (N) @ Little Rock, Ark. 1911 W, 22-0 SOUTHWESTERN 1916 W, 17-0 University of the South (N) @ Chattanooga, Tenn. 1922 W, 18-7 University of the South (N) @ Chattanooga, Tenn. 1933 W, 33-6 VANDERBILT 1939 W, 13-0 VANDERBILT 1944 W, 27-14 TEMPLE 1950 W, 35-0 MISSISSIPPI 1961 L, 10-24 No. 6 Mississippi (N) @ Memphis, Tennessee. 1967 W, 20-7 Mississippi (N) @ Memphis, Tenn. 1972 W, 17-0 MISSISSIPPI 1978 W, 41-17 MISSISSIPPI 1989 W, 33-21 MISSISSIPPI 1995 W, 34-31 Kentucky 2000 W, 56-20 KENTUCKY 2006 W, 39-10 Vanderbilt
On Nov. 17, 1990, Tennessee handed No. 20 Ole Miss a 22-13 loss in Memphis.
On Nov. 17, 2001, #6 Tennessee won a thriller, 38-35, over Kentucky. Alex Walls' 44-yard field field with 2:49 left in the fourth secured the win. Casey Clausen threw for 285 yards with four touchdowns, three to Donte' Stallworth, to tie the Vols program record.
On November 14, 1998, the No. 1 Tennessee Volunteers defeated No. 10 Arkansas, 28-24, in a battle of unbeatens at Neyland Stadium.
Leading 24-22 with 1:47 to go, Arkansas needed only one first down to run out the clock. Razorbacks' QB Clint Stoerner tripped over the foot of his offensive lineman and attempted to use the football to steady himself, but as he stumbled, the ball came free and UT's Billy Ratliff recovered. Travis Henry took it from there, gaining 43 yards on the ground in five plays and leaped into the end zone for the game-winning TD. The Vols are 12-5 all-time on Nov. 14.
VFL Jason Witten is approaching the NFL's all-time top 10 in career receptions. He is currently 11th all-time with 987 and trails former Pittsburgh Steelers great Hines Ward (1,000 catches from 1998-2011) by 13.
VFL Peyton Manning is three yards away from becoming the NFL's all-time passing leader. He has 71,836 career passing yards. Brett Favre holds the record at 71,838.
Manning is also tied with Favre for most wins by a starting quarterback (186). His next victory would give him sole claim as the NFL's winningest quarterback.