How to watch Tennessee Volunteers football in 2022

At long last, college football is nearly back. Here’s how to watch Tennessee Volunteers football throughout the 2022 season. 

Rocky Top! Football is almost back – which means we finally have our Saturday rituals back. Here’s how to watch Tennessee Volunteers football in 2022.

Tennessee Volunteers 2022 Outlook

Josh Heupel entered in 2021 and put together a solid season for a program that was in flux. In fact, he became just the fourth coach since 1941 to win at least seven games in his first campaign.

Heupel’s impact was largely felt on the offensive side of the ball, where the Vols turned to an up-tempo style that was synonymous with his former UCF teams. Returning are Heisman hopeful Hendon Hooker and leading wide out Cedric Tillman.

Hooker accounted for 36 total touchdowns and just three interceptions last season, while Tillman is coming off a 1,081 yard and 12 touchdown campaign a year ago.

Plus, four starters along the offensive line return. So if the big uglies can play up to their own expectations, Tennessee’s offense might be even better than the 38 points per game mark from 2021.

Tennessee Football Schedule 2022

Tennessee will begin the year with three of their first four games at home (Ball State, Akron, Florida). The lone away game in September is against Pitt. After a bye week to start October, the Vols will play eight-straight weeks.

The most brutal stretch runs from October 8 to November 5, where Tennessee will take on LSU, Alabama, UT Martin, Kentucky and Georgia. The good news for Rocky Top is that three of those games are at home.

Only three games are scheduled and attached to networks right now. Tennessee and Ball State will meet at 7PM ET on September 1 on the SEC Network, Tennessee plays Pitt at 3:30PM ET on September 10 on ABC and the Akron game is at 7PM ET on September 17 at 7PM ET.

How to watch Tennessee football in 2022

The best way to watch Tennessee football is with fuboTV. The Knoxville area will get access to all of their local stations (NBC, ABC, CBS and FOX), which will obviously cover a good number of games.

Plus, you’ll get ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNEWS and ESPNU. In certain markets, you can even get the SEC Network. Not that the SEC Network will carry many games, but you’ll likely get the chance to see smaller matchups (like Ball State, Akron and UT Martin).

fuboTV’s Pro plan includes 128 channels (including all those listed above), a cloud DVR with 1,000 hours of space and unlimited screens on your home Wi-Fi network. You can get a one-week free trial today and after that it’s $69.99 per month. 

fuboTV’s Elite plan is $79.99 per month and features 184 channels. fuboTV’s Ultimate plan is $99.99  and comes with more than 220 channels (including NFL Redzone).

You can cancel your plan anytime, so if you just want to roll with them from August until January, feel free.

Start a 7-day free of fuboTV today and don’t miss a single play all season long. 

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