The Tennessee Volunteers haven’t had a 10-win season since the Philip Fulmer era ended.
After Lane Kiffin, Derek Dooley, Butch Jones, and Jeremy Pruitt all tried (and failed) to make the Vols program elite, is Josh Heupel the man for the job?
Heupel, who posted a pair of 10-win seasons in just three years at UCF, inherits a Tennessee team that bottomed out at 3-7 a year ago. The last time UT only won three games in a season? 1924.
So there’s obviously work to do in Knoxville. Heupel’s rebuilding job starts September 2 when Bowling Green comes to Neyland Stadium in the first of three straight home games to open Tennessee’s 2021 season.
After that, the schedule gets noticeably more difficult.
The Vols travel to Florida on September 25, host Ole Miss October 16, and then visit the top-ranked Crimson Tide of Alabama on October 23. Tennessee’s regular season does end like it started, though, with three straight home games (vs. the mighty Georgia Bulldogs November 13, against South Alabama November 20, and then an intra-state rivalry game with Vanderbilt on November 27).
In all, UT will host eight of its 12 games in Knoxville. What kind of product will the home fans see? There’s only one way to find out. Grab your tickets from Stage Front today and don’t miss the start of the Heupel era!
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