The hype surrounding Tennessee football in recent years under Josh Heupel is the highest its been in some time.

The Vols, fresh off an 11-win season that featured one of the top offenses in the country, announced Monday that Neyland Stadium has already sold out of tickets for 4 different games this season: Vs. UTSA, South Carolina, Texas A&M and Georgia.

Tennessee also announced that their other 3 home games against Vanderbilt, Austin Peay and UConn have limited tickets remaining.

Few atmospheres in the SEC rival a packed Neyland Stadium, partially due to the obvious passion from a fanbase desperate to see Tennessee consistently back among the national elites of the game.

Tennessee opens its season away from the confines of Neyland Stadium, travelling to Nissan Stadium in Nashville for a Sept 2 matchup against Virginia. Kickoff is set for Noon ET/ 11 p.m. CT. The Vols make their 2023 Neyland debut against Austin Peay the following week.

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Tennessee sports betting officially launched on November 1, 2020. Tennessee was the first SEC state to legalize sports betting.