Tennessee Volunteers: Top five must-see games for 2015

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Oct 4, 2014; Knoxville, TN, USA; A general view of Neyland Stadium prior to the game against the Florida Gators and Tennessee Volunteers. Mandatory Credit: Randy Sartin-USA TODAY Sports

2015 could be a monumental year for the Tennessee Volunteers, but they first have to get past a very difficult conference and non-conference schedule.

The Tennessee Volunteers are quickly rebuilding their dynasty brick by brick in Knoxville, and if all goes well, this season could be one of the most successful seasons in the past decade.

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Success won’t be handed to the Vols this season, as they have one of the more difficult schedules in all of college football. The Volunteers, as always, are set to play every SEC East team, Alabama, and Arkansas, a team with similar momentum as the Volunteers.

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Their non-conference schedule is highlighted by the Oklahoma Sooners, a team the Volunteers will host at Neyland Stadium in September. The rest of the Volunteers’ non-conference schedule shouldn’t prove too difficult, as they play Bowling Green (Nissan Stadium), Western Carolina, and North Texas.

As always, the Volunteers have a very tough road ahead of them this fall, but these five games in particular either mean the most to their progression as a program, or they are very important rivalry games, games that Tennessee hasn’t won in a very long time.

Here are the top five must-see games for the Tennessee Volunteers in 2015.

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