Designations for football home games 2022

It’s a big day for former Tennessee Vols. A documentary about Tamika Catchings is slated for release on SEC Network, Candace Parker has made another WNBA All-Star game, and Kennedy Chandler will find out where he’s going with tonight’s NBA draft. Meanwhile, Aaron Willis, who joined from UT, announced that he is joining the Houston Cougars.

Aside from these former players, however, our Rocky Top morning update includes many things happening specifically with the program. One of these concerns the university’s official scheduling of home soccer games for this year, a large part of the planning.

However, that’s not the only football news of the day. There is more to this sport and the inclusion of former Vols as one was interviewed by an outlet on the state of the program. In the meantime, we have a story that affects the entire sports program in relation to NIL deals, so there is some important news. Let’s start with scheduling.

Official designations for 2022 home football games announced – UTSports

The 2022 Tennessee Vols football schedule includes seven home games starting Thursday night against the Ball State Cardinals on the SEC Network. Other home designations have also been established, including Homecoming, where they will host the UT Martin Skyhawks on October 22, a week after they face the Alabama Crimson Tide.

The annual Salute to Service game, which honors our nation’s service members, veterans and their families, is scheduled for November 12 when Missouri visits Neyland Stadium. The home final against the Tigers will also serve as Senior Day.

NIL Totals Revealed for Vols – Matt Ray,

The total amount secured by Spyre Sports through NIL deals for Tennessee Vols athletes was announced on Wednesday by The Volunteer Club on Twitter. Spyre has partnered with UT to lead the school’s Name Image and Likeness initiative and 126 athletes have received a total of $3.6 million.

The Volunteer Club mentioned in Spyre’s post above is an opportunity for even the casual fan to get involved in NIL’s efforts. It offers multiple membership levels that include perks and access to events, and Spyre believes this can make a difference in how successful they are in Tennessee.

Larry Seivers talks about Vols – Ken Lay,

Former Tennessee Football wide receiver Larry Seivers, who was a two-time All-American in the 1970s, recently spoke about his involvement with UT athletics. Seivers is on the 2023 College Football Hall of Fame ballot.

The former Vol recorded 117 receptions, 1,924 yards and eight touchdowns during his Tennessee career.

Seivers told Vols Wire he’s still following the Vols from afar.

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