2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
0-0, 1st in SEC - East
Healthy defense key to Tennessee's success in 2017 (1:07)
Slogans for 2017 SEC teams (2:14)
Which team has the best home-field advantage? (2:42)
SEC Network celebrates three-year anniversary (3:08)

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17 Days until the first Thursday of College Football Season. Tennessee set the FBS record with 17 straight regular-season shutouts from November 1938 to October 1940. There were 34 shutouts TOTAL last season with Clemson and Temple posting 3 apiece.


Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

The ESPN Junior 300 was released on Monday with California defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux ranked No. 1 overall. Thibodeaux is uncommitted, but plenty of the other ESPN Jr. 300 prospects have already made their choice, getting a few schools off to a fast start.

SEC quarterbacks racing for starting spot (2:47)
Who's the true GOAT? (1:58)
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Ex-Vols LB Johnson's bond conditions modified

Former Tennessee linebacker A.J. Johnson has a curfew and must abstain from alcohol as part of the modifications to his bond conditions while he awaits an aggravated rape trial.

Calvin Mattheis/Knoxville News Sentinel via USA TODAY NETWORK

Jones On Pressure In 2017, Adjustment In Personality

Ivan Maisel and Peter Burns talk to Tennessee coach Butch Jones about his expectations for the Volunteers in 2017, whether he is feeling any pressure from fans and more.

Courtesy: Sherri Steele

Tennessee triplets given UT-inspired names

Tennessee couple Nancy Adams and Jeffery Steele welcomed triplets last week, and their newborns could already be considered some of the University of Tennessee's biggest fans. The babies were given Tennessee-inspired names, much to the excitement of their father, who is a lifelong Volunteers fan. According to The Tennessean, the boys are named Knox and Neyland, after the city where their father grew up and the Vol's famous football stadium. The little girl is named Tennessee Grace, as a nod to a relative. (Courtesy: Sherri Steele)

Several SEC teams figuring out QB position (1:31)
Coaches discuss the College Football Playoff (1:36)
Tennessee could surprise in SEC East (2:02)
Welcome back to SEC football (1:46)

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