Tennessee's annual regular season finale against rival Vanderbilt may still be a month out, but the Vols now know what time they'll be kicking off against the Commodores and where to watch.
On Thursday, the SEC released some of their broadcast schedule for 'rivalry week' on Saturday, Nov. 30.
Tennessee will play host to Vanderbilt at 4 p.m. in Neyland Stadium, with the game airing nationally on the SEC Network.
The contest will mark the fourth time this season that the Vols have played on the SEC Network, previously taking on Chattanooga, Mississippi State and South Carolina on the network this season.
Tennessee's Nov. 9 game at Kentucky will also air on SEC Network.
The Vols will be looking for their first win over the Commodores since 2015.
The last time the two teams met in Knoxville was during the 2017 season, with Vanderbilt winning that game 42-24.
As for Tennessee's game at Missouri on Nov. 23 in Columbia, the league also announced Thursday that the game will air on either CBS (3:30 p.m. ET), ESPN (7 p.m. ET) or SEC Network (7:30 p.m. ET).