1935 Tennessee Volunteers football team
|1935 Tennessee Volunteers football|
|1935 record||4–5 (2–3 SEC)|
|Head coach||W. H. Britton|
|Home stadium||Shields-Watkins Field|
|1935 SEC football standings|
|† – Conference champion
The 1935 Tennessee Volunteers (variously Tennessee, UT, or the Vols) represented the University of Tennessee in the 1935 college football season. Playing as a member of the Southeastern Conference (SEC), the team was led by head coach W. H. Britton, in his first and only year as head coach, and played their home games at Shields-Watkins Field in Knoxville, Tennessee. They finished the season with a record of four wins and five losses (4–5 overall, 2–3 in the SEC). Britton was appointed head coach after Robert Neyland was called back into active military duty.
|September 28||Southwestern*||Shields-Watkins Field • Knoxville, TN||W 20–0|
|October 5||North Carolina*||Shields-Watkins Field • Knoxville, TN||L 13–38|
|October 10||at Auburn||Legion Field • Birmingham, AL||W 13–6|
|October 19||Alabama||Shields-Watkins Field • Knoxville, TN (Third Saturday in October)||L 0–25|
|October 26||Centre*||Shields-Watkins Field • Knoxville, TN||W 25–14|
|November 2||at Duke*||Duke Stadium • Durham, NC||L 6–19|
|November 9||at Ole Miss||Crump Stadium • Memphis, TN||W 14–13|
|November 16||Vanderbilt||Shields-Watkins Field • Knoxville, TN||L 7–13|
|November 28||at Kentucky||McLean Stadium • Lexington, KY (Battle for the Barrel)||L 0–27|
|*Non-conference game. Homecoming.|
Team players drafted into the NFL
|Gene Rose||End||4||36||New York Giants|
- 2011 Tennessee Football Record Book (PDF). Knoxville, Tennessee: University of Tennessee Athletics Media Relations Office. 2011. Retrieved March 11, 2012.
- 2011 Tennessee Football Record Book, p. 119
- 2011 Tennessee Football Record Book, p. 100
- "1936 NFL Draft". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved March 11, 2012.