The 2005 UT football schedule is a dream for any Vol fans who enjoy road trips.
It might not be so pleasant for head coach Phillip Fulmer.
Marquee road trips to Florida, LSU, Alabama and Notre Dame highlight the schedule recently released by new men's athletics director Mike Hamilton.
The 11-game schedule includes six games at Neyland Stadium, including what will be the first home game against Ole Miss in eight years.
The Vols will also host Conference USA foes Memphis and Alabama-Birmingham, which will be the season opener Sept. 3.
The Notre Dame and Memphis games conclude a two-year home-and-home series, while it will be the second meeting with UAB since the two first played during UT's 1998 national championship season.
After the game against the Blazers, Tennessee travels to Florida and LSU in back-to-back weeks. Gainesville, Fla., and Baton Rouge, La., are traditionally two of the tougher environments in the country for visitors.
It'll be the first scheduled meeting with LSU since the Tigers crushed Tennessee's Rose Bowl plans with a shocking win in the 2001 SEC Championship Game.