The Tennessee Volunteers play Division I college football for the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The Vols play their home games at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville. Derek Dooley is currently the Volunteers' head coach.
Tennessee Volunteers Football Tickets - History
The Tennessee Volunteers football program began in 1891.Heading into the 2011 season; the Vols have won 789 games, which is ninth all-time on the major college programs list. They have won six national titles; the most recent one came in 1998 when they defeated Florida State, 23-16 in the Fiesta Bowl. The program also boasts 16 SEC titles; their last one also came in 1998, when they finished 8-0 in the SEC. Tennessee is the alma mater of National Football League greats Peyton Manning and the late Reggie White.
Tennessee Volunteers Football Tickets - Neyland Stadium
Neyland Stadium is located on Phillip Fulmer Way in Knoxville. The stadium opened in 1921 and has a capacity of just over 102,000. The stadium's renovations from 2006 to 2010 included adding executive club seats and a 4,500 square foot high definition Jumbotron. During the renovation, bleacher seats were replaced with thousands of chairback seats. The field is also known for its orange and white checkerboard color scheme in the end zones. Neyland Stadium is currently the third largest non-racing stadium in the United States.
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