Where to watch Tennessee v. Montana tonight

By: Sara Shookman Email
By: Sara Shookman Email

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- The calm before the storm is over as the Big Orange Nation starts taking over the UT Campus.

The Vols kick off a new season against the Montana Grizzlies.

Saturday's game will be available on the VideoSeat pay-per-view service. Viewers will need to contact their local cable or satellite provider for pricing information.

To order, just go to the designated channel and follow the on screen instructions: channel 726 on Comcast; ch. 349 on Charter; ch. 105 on AT&T U-verse; ch. 456 on Dish Network; and ch. 786 on DirecTV.

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  • by Vols Fan on Sep 3, 2011 at 11:11 PM
    Shouldn't this title read "how to order the game?" the heading makes it sound like they are going to tell you who in town is going to have it on their big screens.
  • by Ed Location: Cleveland, Tn on Sep 3, 2011 at 07:06 PM
    Pay per view. Just like in the years before, I looked forward to this day. My son and I were going to watch the game. Opening day. Pay per view. I will not buy orange shirts, or anything with the Vol spirit attached to it. I will not support the Vols any longer by enthusiasm, good thoughts, or in any other form. Except for the fact I live in Tennessee. And I wouldn't change that. Tickets are bought. Merchandise is sold. The Vol machine generates plenty of revenue for the entity in too many ways to enumerate. It's a sad day when we have to pay to see our Vols. I wonder what General Neyland would think of all this?
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      by Tammy E Harryman on Sep 3, 2011 at 10:46 PM in reply to Ed
      I agree. Sad time in east tn when you can not watch the Vols on tv without paying for it. I will not support a team/college that is only looking out for the revenue they can generate. Not everyone is healthy or able to go to Knoxville to show our pride. I have now lost my pride as a result of PPV!
  • by Barry Location: Claxton on Sep 3, 2011 at 05:16 PM
    Thought this article was about what restaurants/bars were showing the game. Good reporting. Weak sauce.


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