- ESPN GAMEDAY comes to Knoxville! Join Reece Davis, Bob Knight, Digger Phelps and Jay Bilas for a special pregame preview in Thompson-Boling Arena. You must have a ticket to this game for morning access to see the GAMEDAY crew. Join us for a special day in Tennessee Basketball history! Gates for men's game will open at 8:30 am. GameDay program starts at 10:00 am.
Vols on TV
- The game will be televised nationally on ESPN. Dan Shulman calls the action, while Dick Vitale and Doris Burke provide analysis. Phil Dean is the producer. Knoxville-area viewers can find ESPN on Comcast Ch. 32 (HD 403), Knology Ch. 29 (HD 981), DirecTV Ch. 206 (SD & HD) and Dish Network Ch. 140 (SD & HD).
· 7 a.m.: Thompson-Boling Arena ramps open
·8:30 a.m.: Gates open
·10 a.m.- Noon: ESPN College GAMEDAY
·Noon: Tip-off: Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt
·8 p.m. Tip-off: Lady Vols vs. Vanderbilt
·While Vanderbilt will be Tony Jones' focus Saturday, he shares ties to another institution in Nashville, as he lettered in basketball at Fisk University.
·It's the question everyone's asking: Will Tony Jones wear the orange blazer? For the full story on the orange blazer, see page 2 of the Tennessee game notes below.
·This is the 4th-straight season UT has taken part in a regular-season ESPN College GAMEDAY matchup, the longest active streak in the nation. The Vols are 2-1 in GAMEDAY games.
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