Tennessee Football has been given another BYE week this week by the SEC, so some schedule rearrangements had to be made. Now the schedule is finalized.
Tennessee football’s game against Vanderbilt this Saturday has been postponed, so there has been a change in the schedule for the last two weeks of the season. The changes have now been finalized, and we know what Tennessee’s schedule will look like for the rest of the season.
The Vols’ game against Florida next Saturday hasn’t changed. The Vols and Gators will still face off on December 5, but the season’s final two games have been adjusted.
Texas A&M and Vanderbilt are the Vols’ final two opponents, and the games were expected to be played in that order after the SEC postponed the Vols and Commodores game. The games have been flipped, though, and Tennessee will play Vanderbilt on December 12 before they play Texas A&M on December 19.
With the offense continuing to crumble, this could be a great thing for the Vols. Tennessee will likely need a game against a team like Vanderbilt if they want to be competitive against Texas A&M.
I’m not saying that Vanderbilt will be an easy win because now it seems like it’ll be a close game, but Vanderbilt is a much easier opponent than most SEC teams.
A lot has happened to the Tennessee football schedule during this week, so who knows if we’ll be in store for another change along the way. We still have nearly a week and a half before Tennessee takes the field again.
One positive coming out of not having a Tennessee game this Saturday is that Tennessee fans don’t have to go through disappointment during one of the best weekends that the year provides. I guess you could say that’s something to be thankful for.