Butler vs. Tennessee Online Live Stream, TV Broadcast Info

Everything you need to know about the Butler vs. Tennessee online live stream and TV broadcast, as well as game notes and prediction.

The Butler Bulldogs are back home in Indianapolis, Ind. to welcome the Tennessee Volunteers into Hinkle Fieldhouse.

No. 18 Butler has started off 7-1 thanks to senior guard Kellen Dunham and his 20 points per game average. The Bulldogs’ only loss came at the hand of Miami three weeks ago, but they’ve bounced back with four straight wins.

The Volunteers are 4-3 in spite of Kevin Punter’s 22.3 points per game. Tennessee dropped one to Georgia Tech early on, and their last two outings ended in losses to George Washington and Nebraska.

Below is everything you need to know about the game, including the Butler vs. Tennessee online live stream, TV broadcast information, game notes and prediction.

Butler vs. Tennessee Online Live Stream, Game Broadcast Information

  • Venue: Hinkle Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Ind.
  • Date: Saturday, Dec. 12
  • Tipoff Time: 1:30 p.m. ET
  • National TV: None
  • Butler vs. Tennessee Online Live Stream: Butler Radio Live Stream


This is Butler’s game to lose. Dunham will pick and choose his spots, but essentially, he’ll have whatever he wants. Tennessee allows its opponents to shoot 40.4 percent from the field, and Dunham will exploit that. Punter and Moore won’t score enough to do any real damage, and the Bulldogs will pull away in the second half. Look for Martin to have a good game as a secondary scorer, but he’ll make just as many plays for his teammates as he will creating his own shot.

For the score prediction, check out our Butler vs. Tennessee game preview

Game Notes

  • Five Bulldogs scored in double figures in Monday’s win over VMI. It was the fourth time in the team’s seven games that at least five Bulldogs registered double figures. Seven Bulldogs had 10+ in the season-opening win over The Citadel, while five Bulldogs reached double figures against Cincinnati, SIUE and VMI.
  • This is the fifth meeting between the two schools. Saturday’s game is the back end of a home-and-home series that saw Tennessee win, 67-55, in Knoxville Dec. 14, 2014.
  • Punter’s 22.3 points per game over the Vols’ first seven games of the season rank second in the SEC. He also ranks second in the conference in steals per game (2.1) and minutes played per game (34.6).