Tennessee is back at Neyland Stadium against UMass, a week after a late loss to Florida. The Volunteers (2-1) and Minutemen (0-4) kickoff at noon. UT is looking to get lots of players in the game. Butch Jones said Jarret Guarantano has earned the chance to play someMore: Can't be at the game? | How to watch UT and UMassMore: Catch up on both teams before kickoff | 5 things to know about UT and UMassMore: Find out when Vols play | 2017 Tennessee football schedule: Dates, times, TV and radio info
- Tennesse is back in action Saturday afternoon with its first SEC contest, after starting the season undefeated against Indiana State and Georgia Tech. UT (No. 23) and Florida (No. 25) kick off at 3:30 p.m. at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. - The Vols haven't beaten Florida in The Swamp since 2003. Blake Toppmeyer looked back at that game. - Bad news for the Vols: Safety Todd Kelly Jr. will not play today. MORE: Find out when Vols play | 2017 Tennessee football schedule: Dates, times, TV and radio info
Gary Rankin’s players and assistant coaches love him, but that didn’t stop them from sharing some stories about the Alcoa coach’s career as he approached win No. 400. Rankin is the first high school football coach in Tennessee to reach the mark. Bradley was on the wrong side of more of Rankin’s wins than he’d like — the two schools met in region play each season and often again in the playoffs — but he got the best of the state’s winningest coach twice in 2011.
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