2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
5-7, 7th in SEC - East

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Tennessee and Houston quarterback Quinten Dormady is transferring to Central Michigan, he announced today on Twitter. Dormady appeared in only one game at Houston, attempting five passes, and redshirted the season after transferring from Tennessee in April. He started the first five games for Tennessee in 2017 before being replaced by Jarrett Guarantano. Dormady said he's 100 percent healthy and will have one year of eligibility for new CMU coach Jim McElwain in 2019.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Tennessee landed a big commitment on Thursday when ESPN Junior 300 quarterback Harrison Bailey chose the Vols over Michigan. Bailey is the No. 115 ranked prospect in the 2020 class out of Marietta high school in Marietta, Georgia. He is the third commitment in the 2020 class for Tennessee, and the first ESPN Jr. 300 commit.

AP Photo/Mark Humphrey
19dChris Low and Adam Rittenberg

Vols' Helton leader for new WKU coach - sources

Mike Sanford was fired Sunday two seasons after leaving his role as Notre Dame's offensive coordinator. Tennessee OC Tyson Helton has emerged as the front-runner to replace him, sources said.

Vanderbilt breezes by Tennessee (2:05)
Vanderbilt celebrates with bowling strike after beating Vols (0:23)
Abdur-Rahman lays out for 26-yard TD (0:57)
Vanderbilt's Lipscomb hauls in one-handed catch (0:36)
Chandler takes off for a 75-yard Tennessee TD (0:42)
Shurmur connects with Pinkney for 17-yard TD (0:31)
Guarantano continuing to progress (1:50)
Vols having fun on the gridiron (1:39)
Tennessee eliminating mental errors (3:07)
Vols stun No. 11 Wildcats 24-7 (2:26)
Tennessee stops Kentucky's run game (1:06)
Kentucky gets on the board in 3rd quarter (0:38)
Vols convert Hail Mary pass (0:49)
Tennessee gets first TD of day (0:43)

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Kentucky, ranked 11th this week in the College Football Playoff rankings and 12th in the AP poll, visits Neyland Stadium on Saturday as a nationally ranked team for the first time since 1950. And how's this for head coaching star power? Paul W. "Bear" Bryant was the Kentucky coach for that game, and Gen. Robert Reese Neyland was Tennessee's coach. The No. 9 Vols beat the No. 3 Wildcats 7-0 that day in Knoxville, but Kentucky still won the SEC championship and also went on to win the Sugar Bowl with a 13-7 win over No. 1 Oklahoma.

Team Stats

Passing Yards196.4
Rushing Yards129.1
Points For22.9269th
Points Against27.9