Tennessee Basketball has announced that three upcoming home games are officially sold out.
According to the announcement from Tennessee communications on Tuesday afternoon, the following three games are officially sold out:
- vs No. 7 Texas – Saturday, January 28
- vs No. 16 Auburn – Saturday, February 4
- vs No. 4 Alabama – Wednesday, February 15
The Vols currently have the fifth-highest average attendance in the nation drawing 17,265 spectators to Thompson-Boling Arena. Tennessee’s home arena has a maximum capacity of 21,678 fans.
Tennessee did reach a sellout for this past Saturday’s home loss against Kentucky as the Vols retired the jersey of Chris Lofton at halftime.
The Volunteers have an 8-1 home record through the first nine games inside Thompson Boling Arena this season. The loss to Kentucky did snap a 25-game home winning streak in Knoxville, though.
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The Tennessee basketball team currently holds a 14-3 overall record with a 4-1 record in SEC play. While Tennessee does have losses to Colorado, No. 9 Arizona, and Kentucky, Tennessee also has solid wins against No. 3 Kansas, No. 13 Maryland, Vanderbilt, and Mississippi State.
Tennessee has seven home games left this season. In addition to the three mentioned at the top of the article, the Vols also have the following four games left to play in Knoxville:
- vs Georgia – Wednesday, Jan. 25
- vs Missouri – Saturday, Feb. 11
- vs South Carolina – Saturday, Feb. 25
- vs No. 25 Arkansas – Tuesday, Feb. 28
Here’s a look at the Auburn home game arena experiences from the 2021-2022 Tennessee basketball season.