Tennessee football faces Texas A&M on Saturday in Knoxville. Here is your first look at Texas A&M.
Texas A&M Season So Far
Texas A&M Injuries and Suspensions
[TE] 09/04/2020 – Baylor Cupp is out for season (Shoulder)
[CB] 09/03/2020 – Elijah Blades is out for season (Personal)
[S] 11/08/2020 – Demani Richardson is “?” Saturday vs Tennessee U (COVID-19)
[WR] 11/08/2020 – Dylan Wright is “?” Saturday vs Tennessee U (Undisclosed)
[RB] 11/08/2020 – Isaiah Spiller is probable Saturday vs Tennessee U (Leg)
[WR] 10/01/2020 – Jhamon Ausbon is out for season (Personal)
[TE] 10/01/2020 – Blake Smith is out for season (Knee)
[LB] 09/21/2020 – Anthony Hines III is out for season (Personal)
[DB] 09/28/2020 – Clifford Chattman is out for season (Personal)
[OL] 10/05/2020 – Grayson Reed is out for season (Leg)
[WR] 10/12/2020 – Caleb Chapman is out for season (Knee)
Challenges for Tennessee
It’s been a rough past couple of games for Tennessee. Falling to Kentucky and Arkansas was not what the Vols had in mind before the season. Last year the Vols dominated other mid-level conference teams. This year that isn’t working out as well. Now Tennessee must face a very good Texas A&M squad that has an outside shot to qualify for a playoff spot or at least a prime, New Years type bowl. The Volunteers have to pick themselves up and support one another as a team. A&M’s Kellen Mond could turn out to be the best quarterback in the SEC this season. The Aggie defense is as good as any in the league.
Saturday‘s game kicks off at 2:30 PM CT (3:30 PM ET). You can watch this Tennessee football game on the ESPN Network.