The Tennessee Vols football team is scheduled to host the Pittsburgh Panthers on Saturday, Sept. 11 for the Johnny Majors Classic. The game is set to start at noon ET at Neyland Stadium.
Tennessee vs. Pittsburgh CFB Week 2
- When: Saturday, September 11 | Time: 12 p.m. ET
- Where: Neyland Stadium, Knoxville, Tennessee
- TV: ESPN
How to Watch: Click here for the live stream
Tennessee vs. Pittsburgh: Need to know
The Tennessee Volunteers have the advantage of remaining at home one more week and will invite the Pittsburgh Panthers around early afternoon ET Sept. 11 at Neyland Stadium. After these two groups made simple work of their past rivals, one of them is set up to experience a debilitating difference in fortune.
At the point when you get done with 258 a larger number of yards than your adversary like the Volunteers did last week, a good result is practically certain to follow. They put the hurt on the Bowling Green Falcons with a sharp 38-6 triumph. The game was everything except wrapped up toward the finish of the third, so, all things considered Tennessee had set up a 28-6 benefit. RB Jabari Small was the hostile champion of the matchup for Tennessee, scrambling for two TDs and 124 yards on 23 conveys.
In the mean time, Pitt was no more bizarre to outgunning their rival yards-wise, either, with 612 yards contrasted with the Massachusetts Minutemen’s 216 last week. Pitt guaranteed a resonating 51-7 success over UMass at home. The challenge was essentially settled by the half, when the score had arrived at 23 to nothing. Pitt QB Kenny Pickett was throwing it as he passed for two TDs and 273 yards on 38 endeavors as well as getting 39 yards on the ground.
The Panthers’ guard was a presence also, as it moved beyond the Minutemen’s hostile line to sack the quarterback multiple times for a complete deficiency of 34 yards. Driving the way was LB John Petrishen and his two sacks. Those were the principal sacks for Petrishen.
Their successes lifted the two groups to an indistinguishable 1-0. Both the Volunteers and Pitt have simple successes in late memory. We’ll see which one’s personality makes an effort when they go head to head.
How to watch Pitt vs. Tennessee:
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