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Vols release Fall 2019 Schedule

By MTB, 05/09/19, 1:30PM EDT

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Retooled conference format produces more competitive environment

Tennessee has released the Fall 2019 schedule that includes a retooled conference format.  

Overview

The Volunteers return to campus on the weekend of August 17.  Training begins with the traditional preseason camp on August 19 and 20 prior to classes beginning on Wednesday, August 21.

University of North Alabama will join the Vols for a Saturday camp and scrimmage on August 24 before the Vols take a break for Labor Day weekend (and home opener in football).

Alumni invade Knoxville on September 07 for the traditional UT Old Boys Weekend.

The conference season opens on September 14 with the Vols hosting Kennesaw State and then followed by an extemely busy weekend.  On Friday, September 20 the Vols host Notre Dame on their way through to Georgia and then head over to Nashville for a couple of friendlies hosted by Father Ryan High School.  

The Vols return home the next week with a contest against the Gamecocks of South Carolina.  After a two week break for some football the Vols hit the road during fall break for a Friday night contest in Tuscaloosa against Alabama on the eve of the 3rd Saturday in October. 

UT closes out the regular season with a trip to Lexington on November 02 to square off with Kentucky and then a home finale against Georgia on November 09.

Full Schedule

Aug 24    Tennessee Rugby Camp w/ Univ of North Alabama
Sep 07     UT Old Boys Weekend
Sep 14     Kennesaw State University (TN Rugby Park)
Sep 20     University of Notre Dame (TN Rugby Park)
Sep 21     University of Memphis (Nashville, TN)
Sep 22     TBD (Nashville, TN)
Sep 28     University of South Carolina (TN Rugby Park)
Oct 05     Open
Oct 12     Open
Oct 18     University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa, AL)
Oct 26     Open
Nov 02     University of Kentucky (Lexington, KY)
Nov 09     University of Georgia (TN Rugby Park)
Nov 16     SCRC Championship

SCRC Divisions

D1AA DII

Alabama
Georgia
Kennesaw State
Kentucky
South Carolina
Tennessee

Auburn
Georgia Tech
Memphis
Middle Tennessee State
Mississippi State
Ole Miss