The Tennessee Volunteers have one of the richest traditions in college football. And throughout the years, the Vols have produced some of college football’s most lasting moments. There was Arkansas quarterback Clint Stoernor’s stumble and fumble in 1998 that set up a game-winning touchdown run by Travis Henry to keep the Vol’s national title hopes alive. That title was clinched in the 1999 Fiesta Bowl with a 23-16 victory over Florida State. And then there was the 2004 Florida game when James Wilhoit hit a 50-yard field goal with 7 seconds left to knock off the Gators 30-28. Read More ...
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Neyland Stadium is the second largest stadium in all of college football. And Seat Retriever has tickets anywhere for any price in the 102,455 seat stadium.
Cheap Tennessee Volunteer Football Tickets are available for any game on the Vols’ schedule. And that’s not just for games with softer out-of-conference opponents. Seat Retriever has your ticket for big conference rivalry matchups, like Florida, Georgia, or Alabama, at affordable prices as well. For the cheapest seats, check out seats in both the North and South upper decks (sections II to PP and sections XX1 to ZZ15).