2-Minute Drill: Tennessee seeks strong finish with Vanderbilt Week

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Volquest 2-minute Drill With Senior Day Thoughts, Injury Notes & More Ahead Of Volunteers Vs. Vandy

Tennessee football is back to the practice field with hopes of concluding the regular season on a high note with in-state foe Vanderbilt this weekend.

The Vols (7-4, 3-4 SEC) are coming off a pair of lopsided losses at Missouri and at home to No. 1 Georgia the past two weeks. Vanderbilt (2-9, 0-7 SEC) won its first two ballgames over Hawai’i and Alabama A&M but have dropped nine-straight since the hot-start.

Saturday will also serve as Senor Day for a big group of seniors at Tennessee.   

“Some really special guys been through some uncertainty during the course of the program who chose to stay,” the head coach said of his seniors. “When I arrived, a lot of these guys and had been instrumental in helping turn the culture and turn our program around. It’s a special group, how they performed, but also just who they are as people. Really proud of them.”

Brent Hubbs and Austin Price breakdown a Monday on Rocky Top as Tennessee now sets its sites on Vanderbilt. All this on the exterior Home Solutions 2-Minute Drill.

Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt: How To Watch

Kickoff Time: 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time

Location: Neyland Stadium (101,915)

TV: SEC Network

Streaming: FuboTV (Limited time: $40 off Fubo’s Pro, Elite and premier plans today!)

Radio: WIVK-FM 107.7 and WNML-FM 99.1 in Knoxville. The Vol Network radio broadcast (Bob Kesling – play-by-play – Pat Ryan, analyst – Brent Hubbs, analyst – Jayson Swain sideline) can be heard on local affiliates across the state of Tennessee

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