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Vols' last home game: Be early, travel light, dress warm

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Neyland Stadium. Photo by Adam Brimer/News Sentinel Neyland Stadium. Photo by Adam Brimer/News Sentinel
KNOXVILLE (News Sentinel) -

The University of Tennessee welcomes fans to campus Saturday for the year's final home football game — but remember the security rules.

Backpacks of any kind are prohibited from entering Neyland Stadium. All items, including purses, are subject to search at the gates. And purses or other bags larger than 12 inches by 12 inches by 12 inches cannot be brought into the stadium.

The UT Police Department encourages fans to come to the stadium carrying as little as possible to expedite their entry.

Also prohibited: Alcoholic beverages, cans, bottles or coolers; radios without headphones; open umbrellas; video cameras; stadium seats with arms; and weapons of any kind, including pocket knives.

Read more from our news partners at the Knoxville News Sentinel.

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