What conference is tennessee football in

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Is Tennessee in the ACC or SEC?

The SEC was first formed in 1933 with ten members: Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Tennessee, and Vanderbilt. All ten schools are still members, representing a level of stability that is highly unusual among athletic conferences.


How many schools are in the SEC?

14 memberThe SEC consists of 14 member institutions located in the U.S. states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas.


Is Tennessee in the ACC?

The Tennessee Chapter of ACC has over 600 active in-house members from across the three Grand Divisions (West, Middle & East). Its members range from Fortune 100 Companies to local corporations, non-profit associations, universities, and other public and private organizations.


What division is Tennessee?

NCAA Division I Football Bowl SubdivisionTennessee Volunteers football / DivisionThe NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision, formerly known as Division I-A, is the highest level of college football in the United States. The FBS consists of the largest schools in the National Collegiate Athletic Association. As of 2022, there are 10 conferences and 131 schools in FBS. Wikipedia


What is the hardest SEC school to get into?

1. Vanderbilt – As the conference’s only private university, Vanderbilt has the lowest acceptance rate in the SEC and the highest average SAT score (2230) and average ACT score (33).


What’s the easiest SEC school to get into?

Auburn: The little school on The Plains is statistically the easiest SEC school to gain admittance, as 83 percent of last year’s applicants were offered admission.


When did Tennessee join the SEC?

Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Tennessee and Vanderbilt have been in the SEC since its formation in 1933. The league has expanded twice, adding Arkansas and South Carolina in 1991, then Missouri and Texas A&M in 2012.


Is Tennessee in the Big 12?

Its 10 members, in the states of Iowa, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and West Virginia, include eight public and two private Christian universities….Affiliate members.InstitutionUniversity of TennesseeTypePublicEnrollment27,523NicknameVolunteersBig 12 sportWomen’s rowing11 more columns


Who is Tennessee Vols biggest rival?

It was close in the early years, with Kentucky holding a series lead after the first 22 match-ups, but since the early 1930s, Tennessee has dominated the cross-border rivalry….Kentucky–Tennessee football rivalry.Next meetingOctober 29, 2022TrophyBeer Barrel (1925–1999)StatisticsMeetings total117All-time seriesTennessee leads 82–26–97 more rows


Is Tennessee a d1 school?

We participate at the NCAA Division I level in fifteen sports and in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision in football.


Is Tennessee a Division 1 state?

The Tennessee State Tigers football program represents Tennessee State University in the sport of American football. The Tigers compete in the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) as member of the Ohio Valley Conference.


What d1 college is in Tennessee?

Division ITeamSchoolCityBelmont BruinsBelmont UniversityNashvilleChattanooga MocsUniversity of Tennessee at ChattanoogaChattanoogaEast Tennessee State BuccaneersEast Tennessee State UniversityJohnson City11 more rows


Women’s basketball scores: UConn throttles Tennessee, Iowa’s Caitlin Clark scores career-high 46 points and more from Sunday

UConn pulled away from Tennessee in a top-10 matchup between historic programs, Caitlin Clark scored a career-high 46 points and more from the top-25 on a spectacular Sunday in women’s basketball.


No. 10 UConn powers past No. 7 Tennessee in top-10 women’s basketball rivalry

No. 10 UConn defeated No. 7 Tennessee 75-56 Sunday afternoon in a top-10 matchup of historical powerhouses in women’s college basketball.


Florida women’s basketball takes down No. 7 Tennessee in historic SEC upset

Florida women’s basketball got out to a hot start and never turned back as the Gators took down No. 7 Tennessee, 84-59.


2021 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll

A total of 1,203 student-athletes were named to the 2021 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll, Tuesday by SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey.


SEC teams still busy in bowl games

More SEC football teams are about to spring into bowl action, including two teams in the CFP semifinals and three teams in the New Year’s Six games.


Vols fail to overcome Purdue in high-scoring thriller

Despite getting off to a hot start, the Volunteers fall short in an offensive-powered Music City Bowl, resulting in a 48-45 overtime loss.


More than 250 SEC players to wear graduation patch

A total of 255 student-athletes are eligible to wear the SEC graduation patch in postseason bowl games, signifying that they have earned their college degrees.


9 From SEC Named CoSIDA Football Academic All-America

Nine Southeastern Conference football student-athletes have been named to the 2021 Academic All-America® Teams.


2021 All-SEC Football Team Announced

Twelve Southeastern Conference schools place a member on the 2021 All-SEC Coaches’ Football First Team, as the first and second teams are announced.

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GAME CENTER

Music City Bowl
  • Purdue Boilermakers
    OT 0:00
    Field Goal
    M.Fineran 39 yard field goal attempt is good, Center-N.Zecchino, Holder-J.Albers.
    4 plays, 4 yds, 0:00
    45 – 48
  • Tennessee Volunteers
    Q4 1:35
    Touchdown
    H.Hooker pass complete to PUR 2. Catch made by J.Hyatt at PUR 2. Gain of 2 yards. J.Hyatt for 2 yards, TOUCHDOWN. C.McGrath extra point is good.
    4 plays, 72 yds, 1:22
    45 – 45
  • Purdue Boilermakers
    Q4 2:57
    Touchdown
    A.O’Connell pass complete to PUR 30. Catch made by B.Thompson at PUR 30. Gain of 70 yards. B.Thompson for 70 yards, TOUCHDOWN. M.Fineran extra point is good.
    3 plays, 75 yds, 0:40
    38 – 45
  • Tennessee Volunteers
    Q4 3:37
    Touchdown
    H.Hooker pass complete to PUR 13. Catch made by C.Tillman at PUR 13. Gain of 13 yards. C.Tillman for 13 yards, TOUCHDOWN. C.McGrath extra point is good.
    5 plays, 65 yds, 1:21
    38 – 38
  • Purdue Boilermakers
    Q4 4:58
    Touchdown
    A.O’Connell pass complete to PUR 38. Catch made by P.Durham at PUR 38. Gain of 62 yards. P.Durham for 62 yards, TOUCHDOWN. TWO-POINT CONVERSION ATTEMPT. A.O’Connell steps back to pass. Catch made by P.Durham at TEN 3. Gain of yards. TWO-POINT ATTEMPT SUCCEEDS.
    3 plays, 90 yds, 1:02
    31 – 38
  • Tennessee Volunteers
    Q3 3:44
    Field Goal
    C.McGrath 30 yard field goal attempt is good, Center-M.Salansky, Holder-P.Brooks.
    5 plays, 36 yds, 2:01
    31 – 30
  • Purdue Boilermakers
    Q3 9:04
    Touchdown
    A.O’Connell pass complete to TEN 10. Catch made by T.Sheffield at TEN 10. Gain of 10 yards. T.Sheffield for 10 yards, TOUCHDOWN. The Replay Official reviewed the pass completion and the play was upheld. M.Fineran extra point is good.
    9 plays, 75 yds, 3:41
    28 – 30
  • Tennessee Volunteers
    Q3 12:45
    Touchdown
    H.Hooker pass complete to PUR 15. Catch made by V.Jones at PUR 15. Gain of 15 yards. V.Jones for 15 yards, TOUCHDOWN. C.McGrath extra point is good.
    7 plays, 71 yds, 2:15
    28 – 23
  • Purdue Boilermakers
    Q2 0:19
    Touchdown
    A.O’Connell pass complete to TEN 2. Catch made by P.Durham at TEN 2. Gain of 2 yards. P.Durham for 2 yards, TOUCHDOWN. M.Fineran extra point is good.
    2 plays, 28 yds, 0:10
    21 – 23
  • Purdue Boilermakers
    Q2 1:03
    Field Goal
    M.Fineran 29 yard field goal attempt is good, Center-N.Zecchino, Holder-J.Albers.
    8 plays, 52 yds, 2:33
    21 – 16
  • Purdue Boilermakers
    Q2 9:42
    Field Goal
    M.Fineran 36 yard field goal attempt is good, Center-N.Zecchino, Holder-J.Albers.
    9 plays, 69 yds, 2:59
    21 – 13
  • Purdue Boilermakers
    Q2 14:01
    Field Goal
    M.Fineran 24 yard field goal attempt is good, Center-N.Zecchino, Holder-J.Albers.
    11 plays, 68 yds, 4:28
    21 – 10
  • Tennessee Volunteers
    Q1 3:29
    Touchdown
    J.Small rushed to PUR End Zone for 2 yards. J.Small for 2 yards, TOUCHDOWN. C.McGrath extra point is good.
    8 plays, 80 yds, 2:14
    21 – 7
  • Tennessee Volunteers
    Q1 6:31
    Touchdown
    H.Hooker pass complete to TEN 39. Catch made by C.Tillman at TEN 39. Gain of 61 yards. C.Tillman for 61 yards, TOUCHDOWN. PENALTY on PUR-PUR, Defensive Holding, 5 yards, declined. C.McGrath extra point is good.
    5 plays, 66 yds, 2:25
    14 – 7
  • Purdue Boilermakers
    Q1 10:15
    Touchdown
    A.O’Connell pass complete to PUR 25. Catch made by B.Thompson at PUR 25. Gain of 75 yards. B.Thompson for 75 yards, TOUCHDOWN. M.Fineran extra point is good.
    1 plays, 75 yds, 0:13
    7 – 7
  • Tennessee Volunteers
    Q1 10:28
    Touchdown
    H.Hooker pass complete to PUR 41. Catch made by C.Tillman at PUR 41. Gain of 41 yards. C.Tillman for 41 yards, TOUCHDOWN. C.McGrath extra point is good.
    4 plays, 55 yds, 0:44
    7 – 0
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STANDINGS

East CONF W-L HOME AWAY STRK

Logo of the Georgia Bulldogs

Georgia Bulldogs 80 141 60 81 W2

Logo of the Kentucky Wildcats

Kentucky Wildcats 53 103 71 32 W4

Logo of the Tennessee Volunteers

Tennessee Volunteers 44 76 53 23 L1

Logo of the South Carolina Gamecocks

South Carolina Gamecocks 35 76 62 14 W1

Logo of the Missouri Tigers

Missouri Tigers 35 67 52 15 L2

Logo of the Florida Gators

Florida Gators 26 67 53 14 L1

Logo of the Vanderbilt Commodores

Vanderbilt Commodores 08 210 16 14 L7
West CONF W-L HOME AWAY STRK

Logo of the Alabama Crimson Tide

Alabama Crimson Tide 71 132 91 41 L1

Logo of the Ole Miss Rebels

Ole Miss Rebels 62 103 81 22 L1

Logo of the Arkansas Razorbacks

Arkansas Razorbacks 44 94 81 13 W2

Logo of the Texas A&M Aggies

Texas A&M Aggies 44 84 61 23 L1

Logo of the Mississippi State Bulldogs

Mississippi State Bulldogs 44 76 43 33 L2

Logo of the Auburn Tigers

Auburn Tigers 35 67 44 23 L5

Logo of the LSU Tigers

LSU Tigers 35 67 52 15 L1


RANKINGS

W L PCT STRK TREND
1

Alabama Crimson Tide 13 2 .867 L1

2

2

Michigan Wolverines 12 2 .857 L1

3

Georgia Bulldogs 14 1 .933 W2

2

4

Cincinnati Bearcats 13 1 .929 L1

5

Notre Dame Fighting Irish 11 2 .846 L1

1

6

Ohio State Buckeyes 11 2 .846 W1

1

7

Baylor Bears 12 2 .857 W5

2

8

Ole Miss Rebels 10 3 .769 L1

9

Oklahoma State Cowboys 12 2 .857 W1

4

10

Michigan State Spartans 11 2 .846 W2

1

11

Utah Utes 10 4 .714 L1

6

12

Pittsburgh Panthers 11 3 .786 L1

3

13

Brigham Young Cougars 10 3 .769 L1

1

14

Oregon Ducks 10 4 .714 L2

4

15

Iowa Hawkeyes 10 4 .714 L2

2

16

Oklahoma Sooners 11 2 .846 W1

2

17

Wake Forest Demon Deacons 11 3 .786 W1

1

18

North Carolina State Wolfpack 9 3 .750 W2

19

Clemson Tigers 10 3 .769 W6

1

20

Houston Cougars 12 2 .857 W1

1

21

Arkansas Razorbacks 9 4 .692 W2

1

22

Kentucky Wildcats 10 3 .769 W4

1

23

Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns 13 1 .929 W13

1

24

San Diego State Aztecs 12 2 .857 W1

5

25

Texas A&M Aggies 8 4 .667 L1


ROSTER

NO NAME POS HT WT
0

Gerald Mincey

Gerald Mincey OL 6’6″ 320
30

Marcus Pierce

Marcus Pierce RB 5’8″ 195
0

Bru McCoy

Bru McCoy WR 6’3″ 220
0

Kaleb Webb

Kaleb Webb WR 6’3″ 190
66

Dayne Davis

Dayne Davis OL 6’7″ 325
88

Princeton Fant

Princeton Fant TE 6’2″ 240
4

Cedric Tillman

Cedric Tillman WR 6’3″ 215
36

Tanner Dobrucky

Tanner Dobrucky WR 5’9″ 193
78

Ollie Lane

Ollie Lane OL 6’4″ 325
24

Fred Orr

Fred Orr RB 5’11” 212
50

Jackson Lampley

Jackson Lampley OL 6’4″ 320
17

Michael Bittner

Michael Bittner WR 6’2″ 222
11

Jalin Hyatt

Jalin Hyatt WR 6’0″ 175
80

Ramel Keyton

Ramel Keyton WR 6’3″ 195
0

Cameron Miller

Cameron Miller WR 6’1″ 195
53

Jeremiah Crawford

Jeremiah Crawford OL 6’6″ 315
42

Kaemen Marley

Kaemen Marley WR 6’3″ 195
0

Grant Frerking

Grant Frerking WR 6’5″ 216
6

Jimmy Holiday

Jimmy Holiday WR 6’0″ 205
0

Charlie Browder

Charlie Browder TE 6’7″ 260
0

Masai Reddick

Masai Reddick OL 6’5″ 328
70

RJ Perry

RJ Perry OL 6’6″ 325
54

Kingston Harris

Kingston Harris OL 6’3″ 326
27

Len'Neth Whitehead

Len’Neth Whitehead RB 6’2″ 220
64

William Parker

William Parker OL 6’5″ 317
0

Justin Williams

Justin Williams RB 6’0″ 205
0

Addison Nichols

Addison Nichols OL 6’5″ 315
0

Will Kuehne

Will Kuehne QB 6’1″ 188
87

Jacob Warren

Jacob Warren TE 6’6″ 246
89

Hunter Salmon

Hunter Salmon TE 6’5″ 245
86

Miles Campbell

Miles Campbell TE 6’3″ 240
83

Nigel Lanier

Nigel Lanier WR 6’0″ 190
0

Dylan Sampson

Dylan Sampson RB 5’11” 185
26

J.T. Siekerman

J.T. Siekerman WR 5’10” 180
46

Lucien Brunetti

Lucien Brunetti WR 6’0″ 165
0

Marquarius White

Marquarius White WR 5’10” 160
0

Tayven Jackson

Tayven Jackson QB 6’4″ 198
23

Jaylen Wright

Jaylen Wright RB 5’11” 200
19

Walker Merrill

Walker Merrill WR 6’1″ 190
21

Dee Beckwith

Dee Beckwith RB 6’5″ 227
13

Gaston Moore

Gaston Moore QB 6’2″ 200
35

Patrick Wilk

Patrick Wilk RB 5’11” 195
0

Chas Nimrod

Chas Nimrod WR 6’3″ 183
14

Spencer Smith

Spencer Smith QB 6’1″ 200
12

Sully McDermott

Sully McDermott QB 6’4″ 220
25

Antonio Malone

Antonio Malone RB 5’10” 216
58

Darnell Wright

Darnell Wright OL 6’6″ 335
0

Mo Clipper

Mo Clipper OL 6’5″ 300
5

Hendon Hooker

Hendon Hooker QB 6’4″ 218
63

Cooper Mays

Cooper Mays OL 6’3″ 295
9

Jimmy Calloway

Jimmy Calloway WR 6’0″ 190
65

Parker Ball

Parker Ball OL 6’4″ 290
76

Javontez Spraggins

Javontez Spraggins OL 6’3″ 318
2

Jabari Small

Jabari Small RB 5’11” 206
7

Joe Milton

Joe Milton QB 6’5″ 244
72

Nick Edwards

Nick Edwards OL 6’5″ 324
22

Jack Jancek

Jack Jancek WR 6’5″ 215
0

Navy Shuler

Navy Shuler QB 6’0″ 190
75

Jerome Carvin

Jerome Carvin OL 6’5″ 313
0

Brian Grant

Brian Grant OL 6’8″ 280


Overview

The Tennessee Volunteers football program (variously called “Tennessee”, “Vols”, “UT”, or “Big Orange”) represents the University of Tennessee (UT).
The Vols have played football for 130 seasons, starting in 1891; their combined record of 854–406–53 ranks them eleventh on the list of all-time win–loss percentage records .671 and by-victories list for college football programs as well as second on the all-time win/loss list of SEC …


Conference affiliations

• Independent (1891–1895)
• Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (1896–1920)
• Southern Conference (1921–1932)
• Southeastern Conference (1933–present)


Championships

Tennessee has been selected as national championships six times from NCAA-designated major selectors (including two from major wire-service: AP Poll and Coaches’ Poll). Tennessee claims all six national championships. The Associated Press (AP) has acknowledged Tennessee as national champions twice: 1951, 1998 (the only seasons recognized by the NCAA); but the No. 1 Vols lost in the Sugar Bowl following the 1951 season after being named AP and UPI national champions du…


Head coaches

Tennessee has had 24 head coaches since it began play during the 1891 season. Robert Neyland is the leader in seasons coached and games won, with 173 victories in 21 seasons (spread out over three stints). John Barnhill has the highest winning percentage of those who have coached more than one game, with .846. James DePree has the lowest winning percentage of those who have coached more than one game, with .306. Of the 23 different head coaches who have led the Vol…


Logos and uniforms

The Volunteers began wearing orange pants in 1977 under coach Johnny Majors. His successor, Phillip Fulmer, discarded the pants upon becoming Major’s full-time replacement in 1993. The orange pants were worn three times under Fulmer: in the 1999 homecoming game vs. Memphis, the 2007 SEC Championship game vs. LSU, and the 2008 season opener at UCLA. Lane Kiffin wore …


Traditions

The orange and white colors worn by the football team were selected by Charles Moore, a member of the very first Tennessee football team in 1891. They were from the American Daisy which grew on The Hill, the home of most of the classrooms at the university at the time (now housing most of the chemistry and physics programs et al.). Tennessee football payers did not wear the colo…


Rivalries

The Vols’ three main rivalries include the Alabama Crimson Tide (Third Saturday in October), Florida Gators, and Vanderbilt Commodores. Tennessee also has a long and important rivalry with Kentucky Wildcats. Since the formation of the SEC Eastern Division in 1992, the Vols have had an emerging rivalry with the Georgia Bulldogs. None of their games have trophies, although Kentucky–Ten…


All-time record

As of 2017 Tennessee is ranked thirteenth all-time won-lost records by percentage and ninth by victories. The all-time record is 830–375–53 .682. At Neyland Stadium, the Vols have a record of 464–127–17 (.777).
The UT football season records are taken from the official record books of the University Athletic Association. They have won 13 conference championships and six national titles in their history …

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