A Tennessee football team is representing the University of Tennessee. It had played 121 sessions of football which was starting from 1891. Their overall record of 833-383-53 ranks them in the position of 12th in all-time win-loss percentage records.
It scores 677 and rank on ninth by victory in the college football program. Also, It stands in the second position in all win-loss list of SEC programs (390-253- 33). The rank of their bowl appearance is in the third number (52) and sixth in all-time bowl victories (28).
They had won six national titles in the history and sixteen conference level championships. And the last national championship they played was in 1998 at college football season. The head coach of the team is
All the matches of the Tennessee Vol team were played in Neylan stadium. Tennessee football team has a winning record of 456 games in this stadium. It is the highest score of any home team played in college history. And the stadium in which the match of Tennessee football used to play has a capacity of 102,455 audiences which makes it the nation’s fifth-largest stadium.
University of Tennessee Football
The University of Tennessee is a public level research-based university located in Knoxville Tennessee United States. It’s established on 10 September 1794 approximately 225 years ago. The founder of the University of Tennessee is Blount College (1794-1807), East Tennessee College (1807-1840), and east Tennis University (1840-1879).
After two years of its existence, Tennessee becomes the 16th state of the country. It is a flagship campus of the University of Tennessee system which has ten undergraduate colleges and eleven graduate colleges affiliated under it.
The total number of students is 28 thousand. Who are from 50 different states of the country and 100 from foreign countries. Its academic affiliation is with APLU, ORAU, and URA. Its total budget is about $758,407,168. The number of administrative staff in the university is 9,791and the academic faculty is about 1700.The color of the university is Orange, and white
Record of Tennessee football
Tennessee football team has won many nationals, conference, and divisional level championships.
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The team of Tennessee has won six national level championships in the year of 1938, 1940, 1950, 1951, 1967, and 1998).
Conference level championship
Tennessee football team also performed very well in conference level championships. They won sixteen matches in the year of 1914, 1927, 1932, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1946, 1951, 1967, 1969, 1985, 1989, 1990, 1997, and 1998
As one of the winners of the southeastern conference division. Tennessee is participating five times in the SEC championship game. In which the last game was held in 2007, and the volume of win and loss is 2-3.
Tennessee football Schedule 2020
The schedule of matches held between the Tennessee football team and opponents is described below
|Sat, Sep 26||South Carolina|
|Sat, Oct 3||Missouri|
|Sat, Oct 10||Georgia|
|Sat, Oct 17||Kentucky|
|Sat, Oct 24||Alabama|
|Sat, Nov 7||Arkansas|
|Sat, Nov 14||Texas A&M|
|Sat, Nov 21||Auburn|
|Sat, Nov 28||Vanderbilt|
|Sat, Dec 5||Florida|
Rooster of Tennessee football team 2020
The name of the roster selected in the Tennessee football team 2020 are:
- Jarrett Guarantano
- Alontae Taylor
- Eric Gray
- Warren Burrell
- Josh Palmer
- Deangelo Gibbs
- J.J. Peterson
- Romello Edwards
- Brandon Johnson
- Ty Chandler
- Jimmy Holiday
- Jay Shoop
Tennessee football team recruiting
The recruiting criteria of Tennessee are already the highest-rated process in the southeastern conference. And to improve it more they added another name as the recruiter called Alabama native Roc Taylor. He announces his commitment to the Tennessee football team and aims to make it the number one team in the state.