Tennessee and Vanderbilt will wrap up the regular season on Saturday, playing their annual in-state rivalry game. Knoxville will play host this time around, as the 2-9 Commodores will make the trip east to take on the 7-4 Volunteers.
Josh Heupel’s team has ended the 2023 season on a down note, taking back to back blowout losses to Missouri and Georgia. They’re banged up, suddenly struggling in a big way on offense, and very likely are looking forward to a month off before a bowl game.
For Vanderbilt, it’s all about playing for pride in a rivalry game. Clark Lea’s team has dropped nine straight games after opening the season 2-0.
Per DraftKings Sportsbook, Tennessee is a 27 point favorite here.
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What time does Tennessee play?
Tennessee and Vanderbilt will kickoff at 3:35 p.m. ET on Saturday, November 25th.
What channel is Tennessee football on?
Tennessee-Vanderbilt can be seen live on SEC Network. ESPN will stream the game on their app, along with their web version on ESPN.com. Dave Neal will have the call, while former Vanderbilt head coach Derek Mason will serve as the analyst.