Tennessee vs Vanderbilt Live Stream: Watch Volunteers vs Commodores Online

You can watch Saturday’s game between Tennessee and Vanderbilt from Nashville live online, and we’ve got the information on how you can do it.

2016 has been a season of frustration for the Tennessee Volunteers. This was supposed to be their year. How many times can you be the sleeper pick of so many before you finally kick the door in? They’ve consistently brought in some of the nation’s top recruiting classes under the watchful eye of head coach Butch Jones. High hopes were placed on the broad shoulders of Joshua Dobbs. They looked at 2015 and all of its’ near misses, rallied around each other and believed they were the favorites to make a run to Atlanta. We all now know that they were wrong.

Much of the hope that found its’ way into the Vanderbilt Commodores’ locker room left when former head coach James Franklin decided to go coach the Penn State Nittany Lions. Derek Mason, their new head man, has guided them to a 7-17 record in his first two seasons at the helm. Supporters of the program have seen some of the improvement they were hoping for in year three. The Commodores have scrapped their way to a 5-6 record in 2016. Saturday, they’ll be playing for bowl eligibility. They hold wins over both the Georgia Bulldogs and the Ole Miss Rebels and haven’t lost a game in the SEC by more than nine points.

Here’s how you can view Saturday’s game:

Start Time: Saturday, November 26, 7:30 PM
Location: Nashville, Tennessee
Venue: Vanderbilt Stadium
TV: SECN
Live Stream: Watch ESPN

This one can be viewed on the SEC Network, and even though it may only capture the attention of fans of these two programs, it does figure to be entertaining. No one will confuse the Commodores with any of the traditional powers of the conference. It wouldn’t be right to call them a doormat though. The Volunteers have only played three road games in the conference this season, and two of those resulted in losses. They could find themselves in a trap game if they come out disinterested or make the mistake of looking ahead to the postseason.

They should still have enough talent to come out on top in this one.

Prediction: Tennessee 31, Vanderbilt 17

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