How to Listen SiriusXM: Texas A&M Aggies vs. No. 19 Tennessee Volunteers

You can listen to every snap live from Neyland Stadium on the SiriusXM App and in car radios.

Matthew Fanizza
October 12, 2023

The Texas A&M Aggies are headed to Knoxville, TN, to take on the No. 19 Tennessee Volunteers on October 14 at 3:30pm ET. You can listen to every snap live from Neyland Stadium on the SiriusXM App and in car radios with your choice of the home or away feed.

Stream the Texas A&M Aggies broadcast (Ch. 964)

Stream the Tennessee Volunteers broadcast (Ch. 962)

Stream the National broadcast (Ch. 80)

Away: Texas A&M Aggies

For the Aggies, keep an eye on sophomore QB Max Johnson who returned to the starting lineup in Week 5 against Arkansas. In that game, he had a career high 210 passing yards and 57 rushing yards, with two touchdown passes.

Le’Veon Moss, sophomore running back, is making waves in the SEC. He’s been averaging 84.3 yards per game during the Aggies’ first three conference matchups. Notably, Moss had a standout performance with a career-first 107 yards against Arkansas.

Evan Stewart, sophomore wide receiver, has been making his mark too. He’s ranked seventh among league players, boasting an impressive 80.6 receiving yards per game, and his four touchdown receptions tie him for sixth place in the SEC.

On the defensive side of the ball, the Aggies have been formidable, shutting down opponents on third downs with a 25.0 opponent conversion percentage, ranking sixth in the nation. They also limit their opponents to just 13.7 first downs per game, ranking seventh in the country.

Home: Tennessee Volunteers

The Vols’ seasoned sixth-year senior quarterback, Joe Milton III, boasts a streak of nine consecutive games with at least one touchdown pass, and he’s consistently completed passes of 40 or more yards in his last nine games.

Tennessee’s running back trio, composed of Jabari Small, Jaylen Wright, and Dylan Sampson, is a force to be reckoned with. As a team, they lead the SEC in rushing yards per game, averaging 231.2 yards. Their average of 6.18 yards per carry tops the SEC and ranks second nationally.

In the air, the Vols’ secondary has proven to be an impenetrable fortress, allowing a mere 192.8 passing yards per game. This season against Tennessee, both Florida and South Carolina were held well below their season passing averages.

Tennessee Volunteers Home Feed:

SiriusXM channel 191 in your vehicle

Channel 962 on the SiriusXM App

Texas A&M Aggies Away Feed:

SiriusXM channel 201 in your vehicle

Channel 964 on the SiriusXM App

National Feed:

SiriusXM channel 80 in your vehicle

Channel 80 on the SiriusXM App

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