Vols fans to get more food choices at Neyland

Tennessee fans will be getting more food choices at lower prices this year at Neyland Stadium. Menu additions include a fried chicken sandwich, a burger with pulled pork, a pulled pork-topped hot dog and pulled pork nachos. (J. Miles Cary/News Sentinel)

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Tennessee fans will be getting more food choices at lower prices this year at Neyland Stadium. Menu additions include a fried chicken sandwich, a burger with pulled pork, a pulled pork-topped hot dog and pulled pork nachos. (J. Miles Cary/News Sentinel)

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Vols fans will be getting more food choices at lower prices this year.

Athletics Director Dave Hart said in a news release from the school that the changes at Neyland Stadium are coming at the request of fans.

Menu additions include a fried chicken sandwich, a burger with pulled pork, a pulled pork-topped hot dog and pulled pork nachos.

Also, soda and pizza prices have been lowered.

Other stadium improvements include more family restrooms and baby-changing tables, better cell phone reception and new flat-screen televisions on the lower level.

More information about the changes is available at http://www.utsports.com .

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Comments » 33

barefoot43 writes:

Eeeee Haaaaaa

arkyvol writes:

looking forward to when the camera pans over the audience, showing those tennessee tubbo's in their XXXL sweatshirts. hart ought to be considering enlarging the seat spaces.

AlexAndersonAAradio writes:

Hart likes pork

lemme_axya_this writes:

Serviing up gator next week.

rockytopwestone writes:

Wonder how much the $4.00 a box popcorn will come down ?

volvann writes:

Apparently they don't want long term Vols fans. Only serving 'heart attacks' at extreme prices. Already pay my tax to keep my seats, so I will load up at the tailgate.

thevoice writes:

What are beer prices dropping to?

voloffaith writes:

"Pay these prices and no more!"

Scoon writes:

in response to arkyvol:

looking forward to when the camera pans over the audience, showing those tennessee tubbo's in their XXXL sweatshirts. hart ought to be considering enlarging the seat spaces.

Laugh Out Loud!!
Vols, I'm sorry but now that was funny!!! A little hairballs, anyone??

TDTN writes:

in response to rockytopwestone:

Wonder how much the $4.00 a box popcorn will come down ?

$3.99 with purchase of large coke in souvenier cup.

TDTN writes:

in response to Scoon:

Laugh Out Loud!!
Vols, I'm sorry but now that was funny!!! A little hairballs, anyone??

Ticket price should be based on a weighted avg. if your backside wont fit between the numbers buy two tickets.
Also please eliminate the chilli cups. I am tired of the large people who sit near me eating them at halftime and then "sharing" the results with the rest of us during the second half.

FanNotSheep writes:

Let's see now. UT wins and stadium sells out, prices go up. UT loses, empty seats in stadium, prices come down.

I predict the next GVX poll will be: UT fans, would you rather have cheaper foods or play for championships?

pingkr62 writes:

in response to TDTN:

Ticket price should be based on a weighted avg. if your backside wont fit between the numbers buy two tickets.
Also please eliminate the chilli cups. I am tired of the large people who sit near me eating them at halftime and then "sharing" the results with the rest of us during the second half.

I haven't laughed this hard in weeks. Please stop, my sides hurt.

BIVOLAR_BEARE writes:

That mustard is burning me..

VOLtage writes:

Last year a coke a hotdog and a box of cracker jacks was about the same cost as the most expensive item on Ruth Chris menu.

orangecountyvols writes:

Vols,

When I saw that part about the baby changing station, at first I thought "who's bringing a baby to a game? Then I remembered. I think it was 1972, and I was carrying my 3 year old little girl into the stadium to see the Vols play ( and beat ) Kentucky. It was freezing cold and there was some snow. I remember an usher saying "that kid is gonna' freeze."

Everyone going to the game, yell an extra yell for me. I hope to see some this year.

ambrown64 writes:

"We are adding poop, poop,...uhhh..., poop.... And...OH YEAH...some poop!"

farmdog (Inactive) writes:

They should offer a small bottle of JD with the cokes at the prices they charge. "and we urge you to pay these prices, and PLEASE...PAY...NO...MORE"!

Orangeblood13 writes:

Will they keep Imodium on tap lol

tomorrow's free gift will be a free roll of TP

bbfn writes:

They need to remodel the restrooms. Some not much better than an outhouse.

ULTIMATEVOLUNTEER writes:

I think some of those "smokey dogs" are really leftovers from a Pilot station that got stuck in the back of those glass boxes. Maybe Jimmy can sell some to the Cleveland Browns' fans.

snafu14u#241639 writes:

in response to ULTIMATEVOLUNTEER:

I think some of those "smokey dogs" are really leftovers from a Pilot station that got stuck in the back of those glass boxes. Maybe Jimmy can sell some to the Cleveland Browns' fans.

What we really need are some "Rooster sandwiches" from the Smokey Mt Market. Best sandwich in the state at 2:35am, bag of "greasetals" from The Krystal are life savers as well. BonzaiVol

packagestore writes:

Rooster sandwich....drag it thru the garden with pepperjack please. Evidence of a misspent youth. Did I see the Krystal was closed???
Stay away from the food....cuts into your drinking money. 4 sprites + 2 pints of JD / 2 people = afternoon at Neyland. Taught this method by Big John F in the early 80's and still holds true today ........ahhh tradition.
P.S. real men can handle their liquor.....do not be obnoxious.

voloffaith writes:

in response to farmdog:

They should offer a small bottle of JD with the cokes at the prices they charge. "and we urge you to pay these prices, and PLEASE...PAY...NO...MORE"!

yes my post at 650ish said that.....no not the jd stuff...the prices stuff....

orangeintampa writes:

I heard they are selling Gator Tail next weekend should be tasty. GO VOLS

OrangeMike writes:

in response to thevoice:

What are beer prices dropping to?

The beer prices have never changed. Sarcasm, or never been there?

OrangeMike writes:

I expect prices to be high at these places, but the problem is quality. Pay $10 for a little pizza that can't be eaten because it is so old and cold will keep a person buying nothing but coke and maybe popcorn.

CarlChilders writes:

Mmmm. Not a word about potted meat and mustard biscuits...

murrayvol writes:

in response to VOLtage:

Last year a coke a hotdog and a box of cracker jacks was about the same cost as the most expensive item on Ruth Chris menu.

Can't watch the Vols at Ruth's Chris.

murrayvol writes:

in response to CarlChilders:

Mmmm. Not a word about potted meat and mustard biscuits...

Or tofu.

BIVOLAR_BEARE writes:

in response to CarlChilders:

Mmmm. Not a word about potted meat and mustard biscuits...

I guess you bought the entire stock, Carl?? Perhaps you could share with Neyland Stadium concessions..Just a thought, UmmHmmm..

Tenspeed32 (Inactive) writes:

in response to TDTN:

Ticket price should be based on a weighted avg. if your backside wont fit between the numbers buy two tickets.
Also please eliminate the chilli cups. I am tired of the large people who sit near me eating them at halftime and then "sharing" the results with the rest of us during the second half.

Only large people pass gas? Amazing!

Scoon writes:

in response to BIVOLAR_BEARE:

That mustard is burning me..

Hey ColdNose, there's a thing for that I've heard called TUCKS (R) Medicated Cooling Pads. Hypo-allergenic, biodegradable when flushed. You, being in the medical field and all as you claim, I would have thought you to have known that. Get some!

Havin wings in BWW watchin your Vols. You know sumthun?? The gatas SUK!!

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