Robert Neyland - Head Coaching Record

Head Coaching Record

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Coaches# AP°
Tennessee Volunteers (Southern Conference)
1926 Tennessee 8–1 5–1 2nd
1927 Tennessee 8–0–1 5–0–1 T–1st
1928 Tennessee 9–0–1 6–0–1 2nd
1929 Tennessee 9–0–1 6–0–1 2nd
1930 Tennessee 9–1 6–1 3rd
1931 Tennessee 9–0–1 6–0–1 2nd
1932 Tennessee 9–0–1 7–0–1 T–1st
Tennessee Volunteers (Southeastern Conference)
1933 Tennessee 7–3 5–2 4th
1934 Tennessee 8–2 5–1 3rd
Tennessee Volunteers (Southeastern Conference)
1936 Tennessee 6–2–2 3–1–2 4th 17
1937 Tennessee 6–3–1 4–3 7th
1938 Tennessee 11–0 7–0 1st W Orange 2
1939 Tennessee 10–1 6–0 T–1st L Rose 2
1940 Tennessee 10–1 5–0 1st L Sugar 4
Tennessee Volunteers (Southeastern Conference)
1946 Tennessee 9–2 5–0 T–1st L Orange 7
1947 Tennessee 5–5 2–3 T–9th
1948 Tennessee 4–4–2 2–3–1 8th
1949 Tennessee 7–2–1 4–1–1 3rd 17
1950 Tennessee 11–1 4–1 2nd W Cotton 3 4
1951 Tennessee 10–1 5–0 T–1st L Sugar 1 1
1952 Tennessee 8–2–1 5–0–1 2nd L Cotton 8 8
Tennessee: 173–31–12 103–17–10
Total: 173–31–12

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