Tennessee basketball will face Colorado at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Sunday, Nov. 13, the Vol basketball program officially announced Tuesday morning.
The non-conference matchup has been scheduled for months but the date is now official for the the final matchup of the three-game series. The tip-off time and broadcast details have not been announced.
Tennessee assistant basketball coach Mike Schwartz says that Tennessee will play Colorado in Nashville during the 2022-23 season.
Vols hosted the Buffs last season and head to Boulder in December.
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Tennessee won both of the first two matchups of the series, knocking off the Buffs, 56-47, in the opener of the 2020-21 COVID-19 shortened season before winning in Boulder, 69-54, a season ago.
Freshman point guard Kennedy Chandler scored a career-high 27 points while adding three rebounds and a pair of assists.
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The Tennessee versus Colorado matchup in Nashville is one of two Volunteer State/Centennial State matchups on Nov. 13. The Tennessee Titans host Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos to Nissan Stadium at 1 p.m. ET.
Tennessee hasn’t officially announced its non conference schedule, but a number of premier out of conference matchups are set. The Vols will travel to Tucson for the rematch of Tennessee’s win over No. 6 Arizona a season ago.
Rick Barnes’ eighth Tennessee team will face Maryland in Brooklyn, Texas in Knoxville for the Big 12/SEC Challenge and will play three games in the Bad Boys Mowers Battle4Atlantis Tournament.
Butler, BYU, Dayton, Kansas, North Carolina State, Southern Cal and Wisconsin join Tennessee in the eight-team field.
Tennessee’s SEC schedule hasn’t been announced but who the Vols will play in their 18 games has been decided. Check out Tennessee’s slate here.