SEC Announces 2023-24 Men’s Hoops Conference Opponents

SEC Announces 2023-24 Men’s Hoops Conference Opponents

The Southeastern Conference released each school’s conference opponents for the upcoming 2023-24 men’s basketball season Monday.

As part of the 18-game league schedule, Tennessee’s home slate features games against Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Kentucky, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Texas A&M and Vanderbilt.

The Vols have scheduled conference road trips at Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi State, Missouri, South Carolina, Texas A&M and Vanderbilt.

In addition to its three permanent home-and-home opponents—Kentucky, South Carolina and Vanderbilt—Tennessee will also play home-and-home series against Alabama and Texas A&M during the 2023-24 season.

Dates, tipoff times and television information for the SEC portion of UT’s schedule will be released at a later date.

Coming off a season in which it made a fifth consecutive NCAA Tournament and advanced to the Sweet Sixteen, Tennessee is primed for another strong showing in its ninth season under head coach Rick Barnes in 2023-24.

Barnes and his staff will deploy a new-look roster, led by Josiah-Jordan James, two-time All-SEC guard Santiago Vescovi and point guard Zakai Zeigler, a two-time SEC All-Defensive Team selection.

Additional returners include juniors Jonas Aidoo and Jahmai Mashack, sophomore Tobe Awaka and redshirt freshmen Freddie Dilione V and D.J. Jefferson.

The Vols also added three newcomers with Division I experience via the NCAA Transfer Portal in guards Jordan Gainey (USC Upstate) and Dalton Knecht (Northern Colorado) and forward Chris Ledlum (Harvard).

Additionally, Tennessee welcomes three true freshmen newcomers in guard Cameron Carr and forwards J.P. Estrella and Cade Phillips.

Fans interested in being a part of the action at Thompson-Boling Arena next season are encouraged to click HERE.

-UT Athletics

Vols Hoops / Credit: UT Athletics

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