Don't look for his most recent predecessor on a ticket, though.
UT's seven home games for 2010 will each feature a likeness of a well-known coach.
Dooley is pictured on the ticket for his debut, against UT Martin on Sept. 4 - which was announced Tuesday for a 6 p.m kickoff on pay-per-view.
Besides Dooley, the other tickets will picture Tennessee's six winningest coaches: Robert Neyland, Bowden Wyatt, Doug Dickey, Bill Battle, Johnny Majors and Phillip Fulmer.
Not surprisingly, there won't be a Lane Kiffin ticket to commemorate his only season, 2009.
Wyatt (49-29-4) is on the ticket for Oregon, a first-time UT opponent.
Battle (59-22-2), an Alabama native, got UAB.
Fulmer (152-52-0) is on the Alabama ticket. A seven-year winning streak against the Crimson Tide from 1995-2001 was one of the highlights of his tenure.
Neyland, whose 173 victories set the standard for UT coaches, is on the Ole Miss ticket.
Aside from Neyland, no Tennessee coach had great success against Florida, UT's guest on Sept. 18.
Majors (116-62-8) got the nod for the ticket. At least his only win in five tries against the Gators was a memorable one, 45-3 in 1990.
Dickey wasn't the best candidate for the Florida ticket, considering the acrimony caused by his departure to coach at the SEC rival after a 14-13 Gator Bowl loss to Florida in 1969.
Dickey (46-15-4) is on the Kentucky ticket.