Tennessee football is looking good. Florida football is looking good.

And Neyland Stadium, home to 101,915 strong following offseason renovations, will be rocking Sept. 24 when the Gators come to town. The matchup, which is very likely to be between 2 top 25 teams, kicks off at 3:30 pm EST.

Tennessee announced Wednesday afternoon that the highly-anticipated clash is now officially a sellout.

This has a strong chance to be the game of the week in college football for Week 4. The Vols are looking to prove they can compete against SEC talent this season after downing Pitt on the road, while Florida will look to get back on track after falling to Kentucky at The Swamp.

The Gators have shown they can get it done, too. They stunned No. 7 Utah to start the year, but looked like a different team the following week against the Wildcats.

One team will definitely be able to prove they’re for real on Sept 24 in front of a packed Neyland Stadium.

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