Posts tagged 'Neyland Stadium'

Trying to shake off loss, Tennessee faces Terry Bowden’s Akron Zips

by @ Friday, September 21st, 2012. Tags: , , , ,
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As Neyland Stadium emptied out and Tennessee players tried to digest last Saturday’s dismal loss to Florida, the mood was starkly different in Akron, Ohio.

UT To Retire Johnny Majors’ No. 45 Jersey

by @ Saturday, September 15th, 2012. Tags: , , ,
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The University of Tennessee announced today that the No. 45 jersey of Johnny Majors will be retired before the Tennessee-Florida game on Saturday evening based on his accomplishments as a player. Majors’ No. 45 is the eighth jersey all-time to be honored by the Vols.

UT says Florida returned tickets, now you can buy them!

by @ Monday, September 10th, 2012. Tags: , , ,
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The Univesity of Tennessee announced Monday that there are still tickets available for Saturday’s huge game against Florida.

Vols stall at 60,000 season tickets

by @ Wednesday, September 5th, 2012. Tags: , , ,
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There will be empty seats Saturday when football returns to Neyland Stadium, which is no different from most other college stadiums around the country as the 2012 season cranks up. University of Tennessee officials hope an enhanced game experience — and a winning team — will encourage fans to come back for more. About 10,000 […]

Neyland Stadium adds guaranteed hot dogs, better cell reception, more

by @ Friday, August 24th, 2012. Tags: , ,
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Better cell reception and flat screen tv’s  are ready to go for UT Vols fans as they arrive for the home opener against Georgia State. Not happy with your hot dog? The concession stands have a 100% guarantee!  


For the second time in less than 24 hours, the Vols hit the gridiron at Neyland Stadium. This time, however, there were a few less hits, unless you count the offensive line’s rap about Tiny Richardson.   The freestyle beat came about as part of the team’s annual preseason media and photo day, which had […]