Tennessee's game Saturday against Georgia at Neyland Stadium, its fourth of the season but first against SEC competition, is sold out.
The sellout is UT's first of the year and first since last season's 41-10 loss on Oct. 23, to No. 8 Alabama. The Vols sold out two of their seven home games in 2010 and had crowds of 102,000 or greater three times in 2009.
After recent renovations, Neyland Stadium seats 102,455 at capacity.
UT drew just 87,758 fans for last week's 41-10 victory against Buffalo and have averaged crowds of 90,744 through the first three games this season. All three games saw fewer fans than any from last season.
Limited, single tickets remain for the Oct. 15 game (TV: WVLT, 3:30 p.m.) against LSU at Neyland Stadium.