Arkansas faces Tennessee on Saturday in Fayetteville. Here is your first look at Tennessee.
Tennessee Season So Far
Tennessee Injuries and Suspensions
[DB] 09/24/2020 – Carlin Fils-Aime is out for season (Personal)
[RB] 09/23/2020 – Len’Neth Whitehead is out indefinitely (Foot)
[TE] 09/17/2020 – Austin Pope is out indefinitely (Back)
[LB] 10/14/2020 – JJ Peterson is out indefinitely (Personal)
[WR] 09/03/2020 – Deangelo Gibbs is out for season (Academics)
Challenges for Arkansas
Doesn’t it seem like every year Tennessee is in the preseason top 25 but after the season they are nowhere to be found in that poll? It looks like that’s the way things are headed this season. It’s very possible Tennessee won’t even have a winning record at the end of the season. All that said, Tennessee has some talent on their team but Arkansas right now is a team with more momentum than the Vols. The hogs are excited, they have a coach. He is a leader and is showing the players the way to success. Consider that most of the players on the this Arkansas team had never experienced more than 2 or 3 wins in a season. Now they have a chance to go bowling. The hogs challenge is to get Tennessee quarterback Jarrett Guarantano unravelled as Kentucky did a couple of weeks ago. In that game, Guarantano was a pitiful 14 for 21 for 88 yards and 2 interceptions which were both returned for touchdowns. Guarantano is the best the Vols have at quarterback. Get to him and you win.
Saturday‘s game kicks off at 6:30 PM CT (7:30 PM ET). Watch on the SEC Network.