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Tennessee Volunteers Football 2015 News and Updates
10/31/14 - The Tennessee Volunteers are riding high following their miraculous, last-second victory over the South Carolina Gamecocks last Saturday. With their first SEC victory of the 2014 season under their belts, your Volunteers are ready to turn their season around and finish on a high note. With only 2 remaining home games left on the schedule, there is no better time to come out to Neyland Stadium to support Coach Butch Jones and the Volunteers as they face the Kentucky Wildcats (11/15) and the Missouri Tigers (11/22). With your help, victories over these SEC East rivals can help lift the Volunteers out of the SEC East cellar and get your Volunteers to a bowl game. Razorgator has a variety of great seats available for Tennessee Volunteers Football, with tickets starting at only $38.
9/1714 - The Tennessee Volunteers head into Week 4 of College Football with a 3-1 record. The Vols are undefeated at home, but hit a snag in the road when they visited Oklahoma to take on the Sooners. UT was blow out by OU, with a final score of 10-34. See this young team enter next Saturday’s game against the Georgia Bulldogs eager to make a statement. Experts have picked UT as heavy underdogs on 9/27, but a win will change the trajectory of Tennessee’s entire season. No game on schedule has been so important as this upcoming matchup—don’t miss out on this momentum-shifter with Tennessee Volunteers tickets now! Seats at Sanford Stadium in Athens, GA start at a $116 minimum.
8/6/14 – The Tennessee Volunteers started fall camp last week are chugging towards the 2014 season opener that's less than 30 days away. Yesterday was Tennesse’s first practice in pads, and the teams sweat it out to do all they can to post the school’s first winning record in seven years. Head coach Butch Jones is brimming with optimism for this upcoming challenge, stating “everything in life is about timing, and this is the right place at the right time.” See if the stars align for this second-year coach on Sunday, Aug. 31 when the Vols faceoff against Utah State. Open college football season right and buy Tennessee Vols tickets for as little as $35 in Knoxville.
7/20/14 – SEC media days have come and gone, and if we picked up anything from the Tennessee Volunteers Football interviews, it’s that the team cannot wait to get a jump on the 2014 season. The team was one win away from a postseason run, and with the recent recruiting success, Vols fans are eager for the program to make a bid for the inaugural College Football Playoffs. “I didn’t come back for my senior season to not win,” said linebacker AJ Johnson. Watch him and the rest of the squad play their hearts out with 2014 Tennessee Volunteers tickets!
6/25/14 – The Tennessee Volunteers will have to start the season off with high-caliber-play, and serious bowl intentions, as they face one of the toughest schedules in 2014. The Vols are pitted against nine teams that notched postseason runs a year ago, and Butch Jones is thrusting numerous freshmen from his first successful recruiting class onto the gridiron. Their non-conference schedule includes Oklahoma and Utah State, while October figures Florida, Ole Miss and Alabama. Perhaps the most important game on schedule fall on Nov. 22 against Missouri. Last year, the pivotal game spilled over into four overtimes and all but closed the door on the Vols' postseason opportunity. Score Tennessee Volunteers tickets and join the team on their road back to a bowl in 2014! Tickets for this late-season game start at a very affordable $28 minimum.
6/13/14 – The Tennessee Volunteers’ offseason has been spent refurbishing a team that saw tons of players depart for the pros and graduation. Most notable is the lack of defensive tackle, linebacker, running back, kicker/punter and quarterback. Butch Jones is convinced he'll put UT on the map this year, he just needs to tap into star players to do it. In his second year on the job, the coach has already ranked the fifth highest recruiting class and recently secured the commitment of 5-star DT Kahlil McKenzie and 4-star QB Quinten Dormady to the Rocky Top. With so many needs on the roster, lock in your Tennessee Volunteers football tickets and see which athletes step up and answer the call!
6/4/14 – Three former Vols were taken in the 2014 NFL draft with eight additional signed as undrafted free agents. The Miami Dolphins selected right tackle Ja’Wuan James with the 19th overall pick, the Kansas City Chiefs took Zach Fulton in the sixth round, and the Pittsburgh Steelers nabbed Daniel McCullers (also in the sixth round). With Tennessee Volunteers tickets you can see likely replacements – freshman Coleman Thomas, redshirt junior Kyler Kerbyson, and Trevarris Saulsberry – get their first start as the Vols seek their seventh National Title (last was in 1998).
5/20/14 – Starting jobs are at stake and competition is brewing in Knoxville! Up-and-coming talent (Jalen Hurd, Von Pearson, Josh Malone, Daniel Helm, Ethan Wolf) has coaches and fans excited offensively, a strength the Vols did not display last year. And, there are still 18 prospects expected to arrive this summer – many of whom will contribute defensively. If you have Tennessee Volunteers tickets to the home-opener against Utah State (avg. $87), you’ll be the first to catch the newcomers in action wearing a Vols jersey! Tennessee’s non-conference record does not get any easier – they’ll host another bowl team in Arkansas State (avg. $65) a week later. The two games will be a great test before the gang begins a tumultuous SEC schedule which starts on the road as it is not until Oct. 4 that the Volunteers play their first conference game at home – vs. Florida (avg. $201).
4/21/14 - Curt Maggitt (knee) is back after missing last year with a season ending injury. The redshirt junior linebacker was presented with Al Wilson Leadership Award by the Vols legend himself and looks forward to helping Tennessee’s defense which is in desperate need of playmakers. Last season, the Volunteers finished last in the SEC with just 18 sacks in 12 games. Tennessee ranked twelfth in opponents’ third-down conversions. Your first chance to see the Maggitt and the Vols in action is August 20 in the season-opener against Utah State. Tennessee Volunteers tickets range between $29-246, with lower sideline seats from $102.
2/4/14 - The Tennessee Volunteers are arguably the most talked about team heading into National Signing Day. Coach Butch Jones vaunts one of the biggest classes in the country, and one that is ranked No. 2 in the nation—just behind SEC rival Alabama. This overhaul spurned from last year’s down season (5-7), marking the Vols’ fourth consecutive losing record. Recently, star OT Antonio “Tiny” Richardson announced his entrance into the NFL Draft, meaning UT will have to replace their entire front five (with Ja’Wuan James, Zach Fulton, James Stone and Alex Bullard departing). The Vols will welcome 34 commits, but remain as the only team in the top 10 without a five-star player. Still, Tennessee does have 17 4-star athletes, which is the most in the country. With so much fresh talent revamping the University, this year is already brimming with optimism—don’t sleep on the Vols this season!
11/5/13- The Tennessee Vols are still bowl-hopefuls, despite coming off of dreadful blowout loss against Missouri (3-31), in which UT’s caving defense allowed the Tigers to rack up over 300 rushing yards. With a 4-5 record, every game for the Vols is now a must-win, and first up is a tall order: the opportunity to generate a major upset victory over Auburn this Saturday. Tickets start at $76 in the Upper Level and shoot up to $245 for Terrace seats. Looking to the future, Vols fans can rejoice in the recent announcement that Evan and Elliot Berry (younger twin brothers of Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry) have committed to Tennessee for next year, two prospects UT faithfuls have been drooling over for years.
Tennessee Volunteers Football 2015 Season
In recent years, the Tennessee Volunteers football team has had its struggles; since the departure of Phil Fulmer after the 2008 season, the Vols have had just one winning season, in 2009 under Fulmer’s successor, Lane Kiffin. For 2014, the Vols hope to build on the foundation laid by current head coach Butch Jones, who went 5-7 in his first season at the helm of the Volunteers. Fans of “Rocky Top” are expecting to hear their song played even more often against a parade of traditional Southeastern Conference opponents, as well as important non-conference battles against Mountain West power Utah State, and traditional Big XII contender Oklahoma.
Tennessee finished last season at 5-7 and missed out on a bowl game for the second straight year. After failing to meet expectations, coach Derek Dooley was fired and replaced by Cincinnati coach Butch Jones. Following the departure of quarterback Tyler Bray and several other offensive playmakers, the Volunteers will rely heavily on their top offensive line against the suffocating defenses of the SEC. The Volunteer defense, which was one of the worst in the NCAA last season, will need to improve for Tennessee to stay competitive and become bowl eligible this season. The average price for Tennessee Volunteers football tickets this season is $119, 23rd highest in the NCAA and 10th in the SEC.
The Volunteers football season opener comes at home against FCS opponent Austin Peay on 8/31 and is averaging $70. With an average price of $192, the most expensive game at Neyland Stadium on the 2013 Volunteers football schedule is against the Georgia Bulldogs on 10/5, with Georgia vs. Tennessee football tickets from $84. The 10/19 home matchup against SEC rival South Carolina Gamecocks is averaging $167. Tennessee also faces one of the toughest road schedules in the country in 2013. In the third week of the season, they travel to take on Pac-12 powerhouse Oregon Ducks, with Oregon vs. Tennessee football tickets averaging $216. The next week, the Vols play the Florida Gators in Gainesville, with Gators vs. Volunteers tickets averaging $230. Likely the toughest test of the season comes on the road against defending BCS Champion Alabama Crimson Tide on 10/26. Alabama vs. Tennessee football tickets for the game are averaging $289.