Tennessee-South Carolina: The all-time series

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After playing its last two games on the road, Tennessee returns home to Neyland Stadium Saturday against South Carolina.

Kickoff is slated for noon EDT and the game will be televised by ESPN2.

The game will be the 39th all-time meeting between the Volunteers and Gamecocks in a series that began in 1903.

The two SEC East division schools have played every year since 1992 when the Gamecocks joined the conference.

The Vols have won the last two meetings and they outlasted South Carolina, 31-27, during the 2020 season opener.

Tennessee-South Carolina all-time scores

1903: South Carolina 24, Tennessee 0

1916: Tennessee 26, South Carolina 0

1919: Tennessee 6, South Carolina 6

1929: Tennessee 54, South Carolina 0

1942: Tennessee 0, South Carolina 0

1965: Tennessee 24, South Carolina 3

1966: Tennessee 29, South Carolina 17

1969: Tennessee 29, South Carolina 14

1970: Tennessee 20, South Carolina 18

1971: Tennessee 35, South Carolina 6

1992: South Carolina 24, Tennessee 23

1993: Tennessee 55, South Carolina 3

1994: Tennessee 31, South Carolina 22

1995: Tennessee 56, South Carolina 21

1996: Tennessee 31, South Carolina 14

1997: Tennessee 22, South Carolina 7

1998: Tennessee 49, South Carolina 14

1999: Tennessee 30, South Carolina 7

2000: Tennessee 17, South Carolina 14

2001: Tennessee 17, South Carolina 10

2002: Tennessee 18, South Carolina 10

2003: Tennessee 23, South Carolina 20

2004: Tennessee 43, South Carolina 29

2005: South Carolina 16, Tennessee 15

2006: Tennessee 31, South Carolina 24

2007: Tennessee 27, South Carolina 24

2008: South Carolina 27, Tennessee 6

2009: Tennessee 31, South Carolina 13

2010: South Carolina 38, Tennessee 24

2011: South Carolina 14, Tennessee 3

2012: South Carolina 38, Tennessee 35

2013: Tennessee 23, South Carolina 21

2014: Tennessee 45, South Carolina 42

2015: Tennessee 27, South Carolina 24

2016: South Carolina 24, Tennessee 21

2017: South Carolina 15, Tennessee 9

2018: South Carolina 27, Tennessee 24

2019: Tennessee 41, South Carolina 21

2020: Tennessee 31, South Carolina 27