Tennessee fans will get an opportunity to look at Josh Heupel firsthand on Saturday morning, as the Vols will host an open practice in Neyland Stadium for public viewing. This tactic will allow recruits to come to campus and be able to watch the practice as well, however, they will not be able to interact with the coaches. Below are the full details from Tennessee.
Tennessee fans will get their first glimpse of head coach 's 2021 Volunteers at 10 a.m. Saturday as the football program holds an open practice free to the public in Neyland Stadium. All fans should enter through Gate 21, and the game day clear bag policy will be in effect. Gate 21 will open beginning at 9:15 a.m. Saturday. Ongoing COVID-19 protocols will be in effect, including face coverings upon entry and movement through the stadium. Physical distancing in the lower bowl of Neyland Stadium will be enforced. Free parking will be available in lot G10 (PDF). Should inclement weather move the practice indoors, Saturday's practice would be closed to the public. Follow @Vol_Football for more information. Concessions located near Gate 21 will be open with a limited menu.The normal game day prohibited items list will be enforced. Autographs will be prohibited.
Heupel and Tennessee will return to the practice field for a scrimmage on Thursday afternoon, as the Vols continue to work through Spring practice.