Tennessee has some momentum heading into 2022 after a 7-6 record in Josh Heupel’s first year at the helm of the program.

The Vols also have a manageable 2022 schedule, with many of their toughest games coming in the friendly confines of Neyland Stadium.

On Wednesday, the Vols set a couple of important dates for the upcoming season. As you can see below, an Oct. 22 matchup against UT-Martin will serve as the Homecoming game and Title IX celebration. Meanwhile, the Nov. 12 matchup vs. Mizzou will be Senior Day and Salute to Service Day:

https://twitter.com/Vol_Football/status/1539609221985177600

Can the Vols improve on last year’s record? Winning the two games listed above will be critical to getting to 8 wins and potentially beyond.

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Tennessee online sports betting officially launched on November 1, 2020, and many of the largest sportsbooks are live and operating in the volunteer state. Tennessee is only one of a handful of SEC football states with legalized sports betting.