Tennessee quarterback Hendon Hooker. Photo by Andrew Ferguson / Tennessee Athletics.

Tennessee wears their orange jerseys and orange pants for Saturday’s game against Vanderbilt, Flights announced on Twitter on Wednesday.

Saturday will mark the third time Tennessee has worn all-orange uniforms this season. The Vols are 0-2 in the combination, including losses to Pittsburgh and Ole Miss.

Tennessee are 3-0 in their classic home uniforms, 1-1 in their white jerseys and orange pants, 1-1 in their all-white uniforms, and 1-1 in their alternative black uniforms.

Vanderbilt has yet to announce his uniform suit.

Tennessee are looking to secure their seventh win of the season and move to 4-4 in the SEC game in Josh Heupel’s inaugural season.

The Vols come off a dominant 60-14 victory over South Alabama. The Tennessee offense scored touchdowns with every possession Hendon Hooker was in the game as the Vols reached bowl eligibility.

Freshman head coach Clark Lea is looking to secure his first SEC victory in Saturday’s game. Vanderbilt is 2-8 this season with a loss to ETSU.

The Commodores performed better in last week’s 31-17 loss to Ole Miss as new starting quarterback Mike Wright recorded 302 yards.

Tennessee and Vanderbilt will kick off Neyland Stadium at 3:45 p.m. ET. The SEC network will broadcast the game.