Auburn football faces Tennessee on Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Here is your first look at Tennessee.
Tennessee Season So Far
Tennessee Injuries and Suspensions
[TE] 09/17/2020 – Austin Pope is out indefinitely (Back)
[DB] 09/24/2020 – Carlin Fils-Aime is out for season (Personal)
[RB] 09/23/2020 – Len’Neth Whitehead is out indefinitely (Foot)
[WR] 09/03/2020 – Deangelo Gibbs is out for season (Academics)
[DL] 11/07/2020 – Savion Williams left the team (Transferred)
[TE] 11/10/2020 – LaTrell Bumphus is out for season (Leg)
[LB] 10/14/2020 – JJ Peterson is out indefinitely (Personal)
[DB] 11/15/2020 – Alontae Taylor is “?” Saturday vs Auburn (Hamstring)
[DB] 11/15/2020 – Shawn Shamburger is “?” Saturday vs Auburn (Undisclosed)
[QB] 11/15/2020 – Jarrett Guarantano is “?” Saturday vs Auburn (Head)
[QB] 11/15/2020 – JT Shrout is “?” Saturday vs Auburn (Undisclosed)
Challenges for Auburn
Both Tennessee and Auburn should be well-rested with each coming off a bye week due to COVID postponements. The Tigers will be hosting a team that has suffered through a 4-game losing streak. However, keep in mind that two of those losses came at the hands of Georgia and Alabama, each arguably the best team in their division. Auburn can’t afford to enter this game sleepwalking. The Tigers need to take this game seriously. Many on this Auburn squad remember back in 2018 when the Vols escaped with a surprising 30-24 win.
Saturday‘s game kicks off at 6:00 PM CT (7:00 PM ET). You can watch this Auburn football game on the ESPN Network.