As of Thursday, some tickets were still available for Saturday's game between Tennessee and No. 1 Alabama.
A portion of student tickets went unsold and were put on sale Thursday, the university said.
Tickets are available at UTtix.com.
Ceremonies to honor former coach Phillip Fulmer and members of the 1997 SEC champion team will begin about 22 minutes before kickoff. UT said fans are encouraged to get to their seats early for the ceremony.
Fulmer was selected to the National Football Foundation College Football Hall of Fame this summer.
Tennessee's offensive line has only surrendered three sacks this season, but line coach Sam Pittman gives much of the credit to quarterback Tyler Bray.
It's also why he doesn't worry that a sore knee might limit Bray's mobility.
"I think he has as much mobility as he had before," Pittman said. "He's kind of slippery. He's not going to break the pocket and go for a 50-yard run. But he is really a big key as for why we don't have as many sacks."
Without criticizing former line coach Harry Hiestand, coach Derek Dooley said players have benefited from the fresh perspective of Pittman.
"It always starts with the players," Dooley said. "You have to have the player commitment, their ability level, their want-to and chemistry. Sam's been a good addition and I think he was a welcome change. It's not that Harry didn't do a good job. Harry is a great line coach. He's showing that right now (at Notre Dame). Like I said in the offseason, we needed to kind of refresh everybody and get some new personality."
Defensive coordinator Sal Sunseri and athletic director Dave Hart aren't the only Vols with links to Alabama. Tennessee cornerbacks coach Derrick Ansley spent two seasons as a graduate assistant at Alabama. UT defensive intern Nick Gentry was a four-year defensive lineman for the Tide.
"Me and Coach Sal aren't going to make any plays," Ansley said. "These kids have to believe in their abilities and believe they can beat this team. I think they do."
Ansley spent a short time at Central Florida before joining Sunseri at UT after he was hired as defensive coordinator.
"I'm not going to be able to talk to Coach (Nick) Saban, but I will talk to most of the assistants," he said. "It's like any game when you have friends that coach in the SEC. You go up there and see how they're doing, how their families are doing, and get ready for the game."
Evan Woodbery covers Tennessee football. Follow him at www.Twitter.com/TennesseeBeat.