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Tennessee Volunteers Panoramic Picture - Neyland Stadium Football Panorama

Tennessee Volunteers Panoramic Picture - Neyland Stadium Football Panorama

SKU: UTN3
This panorama, taken by Robert Pettit, spotlights the excitement of the season’s home opener between the Tennessee Volunteers and the Oklahoma Sooners at one of college football's most iconic landmarks, Neyland Stadium. A Tennessee trademark, the “checkerboard” seen depicted in the crowd is only the second ever in Neyland Stadium history, and is no easy feat when considering that at capacity, 102,455 fans are in attendance for game day festivities. The standout orange and white colors have represented the Volunteers since their inaugural season in 1891, when they were selected by team member, Charles Moore. The colors were those of the common American daisy which grew in profusion on The Hill.
2016 Battle at Bristol Panoramic Picture - Tennessee Volunteers vs. Virginia Tech Hokies

2016 Battle at Bristol Panoramic Picture - Tennessee Volunteers vs. Virginia Tech Hokies

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This panorama at Bristol Motor Speedway spotlights college football’s largest ever event, the Battle at Bristol, between the SEC Volunteers® from the University of Tennessee and the ACC Hokies™ from Virginia Tech. BMS transformed its iconic short track into a world-class football stadium for this inaugural event. The matchup between these two regional rivals, in combination with the special venue, drew an all-time record crowd for a college football game. The game was played on the infield of the speedway, which ranks as the fourth-largest sports venue in America and possesses enough seats for approximately 160,000 people.
Tennessee Volunteers Football Panorama - Neyland Stadium - Power "T"

Tennessee Volunteers Football Panorama - Neyland Stadium - Power "T"

SKU: UTN2
This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, spotlights the Tennessee Volunteers famous pregame football show that includes the "Opening of the Power T," as the team runs onto the field at Neyland Stadium. The Volunteers played their first season in 1891, and have amassed a successful tradition for well over a century. They are ranked as one of the winningest major college and SEC programs, and have numerous bowl appearances and national titles to their credit. Tennessee draws its nickname from the name most associated with the state. Tennessee acquired the name "The Volunteer State" from the record number of volunteers the state provided during both the War of 1812 and the Mexican War.
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University of Tennessee Volunteers Panoramic Pictures

University of Tennessee Volunteers Panoramic Pictures | Tennessee Volunteers Logo

The University of Tennessee based out of Knoxville, TN is home to 18 varsity teams collectively known as the Tennessee Volunteers. Its programs began in 1891, and collectively are among the most successful traditions in U.S. collegiate sports. Volunteers panoramas capture sights from the team ranked tenth on the all-time listing for won-lost records and eighth in wins for collegiate football programs. The Volunteers are also ranked third for all-time bowl appearances and sixth in victories.

Tennessee football is easily the most widely-attended and celebrated of the University of Tennessee's athletics programs. Since 1921, the Volunteers have played home games at Neyland Stadium. Originally having a capacity of 3,200 fans, it has grown to seat over 102,000 at home games as of 2010. This makes Tennessee football home turf the 4th largest stadium in the U.S. and 7th largest in the world. Whether you are a longtime fan of Tennessee Volunteers football or happen to be related to one, these Volunteers panoramic pictures make the perfect gift for your favorite fan.

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