The Vols have a lot of questions to answer before their face-off against Alabama just one week after an embarrassing loss to Kentucky.
Tennessee self-destructed in the second quarter of their game against Kentucky on Saturday, leading to a 34-7 loss to the Wildcats.
Kentucky travels to Neyland Stadium to take on the Vols in another match up of a storied rivalry.
Tennessee fell to Georgia 44-21 after giving up a halftime lead and going scoreless through the final two quarters.
Vol running backs Eric Gray and Ty Chandler scored three touchdowns in the first half, lauching Tennessee to a 35-12 victory.
The Vols face off against the Tigers in the second game of their adapted all-SEC regular season.