Tennessee football visits Auburn on Saturday Jordan-Hare Stadium. Here is your first look at Auburn.
Auburn Season So Far
Auburn Injuries and Suspensions
[TE] 11/15/2020 – Brandon Frazier is probable Saturday vs Tennessee U (Undisclosed)
[WR] 11/15/2020 – Shedrick Jackson is “?” Saturday vs Tennessee U (Undisclosed)
[S] 11/15/2020 – Jamien Sherwood is “?” Saturday vs Tennessee U (Foot)
[OL] 10/25/2020 – Brandon Council is out for season (Knee)
[LB] 10/08/2020 – K.J. Britt is out indefinitely (Thumb)
[LB] 09/18/2020 – Chandler Wooten is out for season (Personal)
[LB] 09/18/2020 – Josh Marsh is out for season (Personal)
[LB] 09/22/2020 – Romello Height is out indefinitely (Shoulder)
[LB] 09/22/2020 – O.C. Brothers is out indefinitely (Shoulder)
Challenges for Tennessee
The Vols need to get some kindling burning to get their season back on track. To do that they need for their offense to get more productive. The Vols scored over 30 points in their first two games of 2020 but since that stretch, they’ve only managed to score more than 20 points in one game. Last season Tennessee used hard-fought win over Mississippi State a Vol winning stretch of six wins in the last seven games. To make something like that happen again Tennessee just needs to get back to the basics of what they were doing earlier in the season with a sound offense and stingy defense. Auburn is a good team but they are no juggernaut. This is a winnable game but the players have to believe in themselves.
Saturday‘s game kicks off at 6:00 PM CT (7:00 PM ET). You can watch this Tennessee football game on the ESPN Network.