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1967 Tennessee Volunteers football
SEC Champions
Orange Bowl, L 26-24 vs. Oklahoma
Conference Southeastern Conference
Ranking
Coaches #2
AP #2
1967 record 9-2 (6-0 SEC)
Head coach Doug Dickey

Home stadium

Neyland Stadium
Seasons
« 1966 1968 »

The 1967 Tennessee Volunteers football team represented the University of Tennessee in the 1967 college football season. The Volunteers offense scored 283 points while the defense allowed 141 points. Led by head coach Doug Dickey, the Volunteers won the Southeastern Conference and competed in the Orange Bowl. At season’s end, the Volunteers were recognized as national champions by Litkenhous.

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Regular season

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Schedule

Game Date Opponent Result Volunteers points Opponents Record
1 Sept. 16 @ UCLA Loss 16 20 0-1
2 Sept. 30 Auburn Win 27 13 1-1
3 Oct. 14 Georgia Tech Win 24 13 2-1
4 Oct. 21 @ Alabama Win 24 13 3-1
5 Oct. 28 Louisiana State Win 17 14 4-1
6 Nov. 4 @ Tampa Win 38 0 5-1
7 Nov. 11 Tulane Win 35 14 6-1
8 Nov. 18 Mississippi Win 20 7 7-1
9 Nov. 25 @ Kentucky Win 17 7 8-1
10 Dec. 2 Vanderbilt Win 41 14 9-1

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Team players drafted into in the NFL

Player Position Round Pick NFL Club
Bob Johnson Center 1 2 Cincinnati Bengals
Walter Chadwick Running Back 6 164 Green Bay Packers
John Boynton Tackle 7 172 Miami Dolphins
Elliot Gammage Tight End 8 209 San Diego Chargers
Joe Graham End 15 394 Philadelphia Eagles
Charles Fulton Tailback 16 413 Boston Patriots

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