Tennessee Football – Looking to Get Back on Top

By | October 23, 2013

The Tennessee Volunteers football program has a tradition as deep as any college football team out there. In recent years, however, the program has been down when compared to their historical standards. In the modern college football climate, the SEC reigns supreme, and the Vols have struggled to keep up with other top programs such as LSU, Alabama, and Florida.

Tennessee-FootballHowever, with the tradition surrounding the Tennessee program and the fact that they boast some of the best, most modern facilities in the country, no one would be surprised to see them on top of the college football world again soon. Here are some of the reasons getting invested in Vols football tickets now could be a great way to spend your time and money.

The experience at Tennessee football games is up there with any other in the country. From the unique southern charm found at Neyland Stadium to the official Tennessee marching band—the Southland Marching Band—playing “Rocky Top”, the Volunteers offer an atmosphere that can rival any other in the country when it comes to home field advantage. Being able to take in this atmosphere is something that you’ll be able to cherish as wonderful memories are made.

Despite the fact that Vols football tickets may not currently be the hot item that they were in the past in Knoxville, there are reasons to be optimistic about the future. Coach Butch Jones, who experienced great success with the Cincinnati Bearcats football program, leads the Vols in his first year at the helm. With his proven record of success and his skill as a recruiter, Jones is a coach who can lead them back to heights experienced in years passed.

With a fresh new voice as the coach and a tradition as rich as any other in the college football landscape, Vols football tickets are likely to be as hot a commodity soon as they were in the glory years of the program.

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