What year did Tennessee win the national championship in football?

What year did Tennessee win the national championship in football?

In 1998, head football coach Phillip Fulmer and quarterback Tee Martin led the Vols to their sixth national championship—the first in college football’s Bowl Championship Series.

Has the University of Tennessee ever won a national championship?

They have won 16 conference championships and claim six national titles, including two (1951, 1998) from major wire-service: AP Poll and Coaches’ Poll in their history….

Tennessee Volunteers football
All-time record 856–408–53 (.670)
Bowl record 29–25 (.537)
Claimed national titles 6 (1938, 1940, 1950, 1951, 1967, 1998)

When was the last time Tennessee won a SEC championship?


Current Members
School Last SEC Title Number of SEC Titles
Georgia 2017 13
Tennessee 1998 13
LSU 2019 12

What team did Inky Johnson play for?

Inky Johnson was a defensive back at the University of Tennessee. A 5-foot-9 defensive back from Georgia, Inquoris “Inky” Johnson played college football at Tennessee in the mid-2000s. He was a three-year letterwinner who played defense and special teams.

Who beat Tennessee in 1998?

Tennessee won the 1998 BCS national championship. The Vols defeated Florida State, 23-16, in the inaugural BCS national championship game on Jan.

Who won the 1993 college football national championship?

Florida State
The 1993 NCAA Division I-A football season saw Florida State crowned national champions, in both the AP and Coaches poll. Under the Bowl Coalition, undefeated Big 8 champ and No. 2 ranked Nebraska hosted ACC champ and No. 1 ranked Florida State in the Orange Bowl.

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