After opening the season with a win at South Carolina, Tennessee will look to continue its strong start to 2020 when it hosts Missouri for its home opener at Neyland Stadium.

The Vols, who are ranked No. 16 in the AP Top 25 poll, have high expectations for the season. And with some difficult matchups ahead — a road matchup at No. 4 Georgia on Oct. 10 and home games against Kentucky and No. 2 Alabama later in the month — they’re looking to establish some early-season momentum.

Tennessee trails in the all-time series against Missouri, 5-3, but it won when the two teams played in 2019. The Vols notched a 24-20 road win over the Tigers last season.

On Friday, Tennessee revealed its uniform combination for the home opener. Unsurprisingly, the Vols will be wearing their “classic look,” which features white helmets, orange jerseys and white pants.

Tennessee and Missouri are set to kick off Saturday at noon ET on SEC Network.

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