The 2022 college football season will kick off Aug. 27 with Week 0.
Week 1 is set to kick off Sept. 1 and will conclude Sept. 5.
The Vols will host Ball State at Neyland Stadium in Week 1. Tennessee announced its season opener will be played Sept. 1 at 7 p.m. EDT. SEC Network will televise the season-opening matchup at Neyland Stadium.
Ahead of the 2022 college football season, Vols Wire looks at the 10 most intriguing offenses in the Football Bowl Subdivision.
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Timmy Chang was hired as Hawaii’s head coach in January. Chang returns to Hawaii after serving as the Rainbow Warriors’ quarterback from 2000-04.
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Walt Bell was hired as Indiana’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach in Dec. 2021.
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Sonny Cumbie was hired as Louisiana Tech’s head coach in Nov. 2021.
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Jeff Lebby was hired as Oklahoma’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach in Dec. 2021 under newly-hired Sooners’ head coach Brent Venables.
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Robert Anae was hired as Syracuse’s offensive coordinator in Dec. 2021 after serving in the same capacity at Virginia.
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Josh Heupel returns for his second season as Tennessee’s head coach and play-caller in 2022.
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Zach Kittley was hired as Texas Tech’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach in Dec. 2021. He returns to Texas Tech after serving as a student and graduate assistant with the Red Raiders from 2013-17.
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Nick Charlton was hired as UConn’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach in Dec. 2021 on first-year head coach Jim Mora’s staff.
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Lincoln Riley was hired as USC’s head coach in Nov. 2021 after serving in the same capacity at Oklahoma.
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Kalen DeBoer was hired as Washington’s head coach in Nov. 2021 after serving in the same capacity at Fresno State.