Tennessee football is ready to open the home portion of its schedule against Indiana State on Saturday in Neyland Stadium.

Tennessee vs. Indiana State, Week 2: Game time, TV, how to watch online

KNOXVILLE — Tennessee has a long to-do list coming up this weekend with Indiana State headed into Neyland Stadium.

The No. 21-ranked Vols, coming off a 42-41 double-overtime win over Georgia Tech in Atlanta, have a list of walking wounded and are looking for more playmakers.

Tennessee (1-0) plays the Sycamores (0-1) of the FCS Missouri Valley Football Conference at 4 p.m. on Saturday (TV: SEC Network).

Vols Coach Butch Jones wants Tennessee to have as much momentum as possible when it heads to The Swamp to play Florida on Sept. 16.

The Vols are still scrambling to sort out their linebacker corps, while Tennessee’s receiving corps ranks among the most inexperienced in the nation.

Junior quarterback Quinten Dormady needs more work with his receiving corps, but Jones has also announced that redshirt freshman Jarrett Guarantano will see the first action of his young collegiate career.

Tennessee football vs. Indiana State, game time, details

• Time: 4 p.m.

• Date: Saturday, Sept. 9

• Location: Neyland Stadium, Knoxville

• Vol Walk: Begins at 1:30 p.m.

• Line: Tennessee by 28.5

What channel is Tennessee football vs. Indiana State on?

The SEC Network is televising the game

How can I watch Tennessee football vs. Indiana State online?

You can stream the game at WatchESPN

How can I listen to Tennessee football vs. Indiana State on the radio?

You can listen to the Tennessee broadcast on the Vol Network with Bob Kesling and Tim Priest on the call. The game also is on satellite radio, Sirius Channel 137 and XM Channel 190.

Who is calling Tennessee football vs. Indiana State for SEC Network?

Dave Neal will handle play-by-play duties and Matt Stinchcomb will provide the analysis.

What you need to know about Tennessee football vs. Indiana State

• Former Vols’ quarterback Casey Clausen (2000-03) will be in attendance. UT defensive line coach Brady Hoke was an assistant at Michigan when Clausen was in high school and tried to recruit the Tennessee quarterbacking legend to the Wolverines.

• This will be the first-ever meeting between the Vols and the Sycamores.

• The Vols have gone 16-4 in their last 20 games, a mark bettered only by Alabama, Ohio State, Clemson and Oklahoma.

• Tennessee is 95-19-5 (.819) all time in home openers and has won 21 of its last 22 home openers dating back to 1995 (Oklahoma, 2015).

• Indiana State is coached by Curt Mallory, who served as the secondary coach for Brady Hoke when the Vols’ defensive line coach was head coach at Michigan from 2011-14.

• The FCS Sycamores opened the season with a 22-20 loss to Eastern Illinois after finishing 4-7 last season.

• This is the second time Jones has faced Indiana State as a head coach — he beat the Sycamores, 40-7, in 2010 while coaching Cincinnati.