The Tennessee Volunteers men’s basketball team look for its first win of the season against the Appalachian State Mountaineers on Tuesday night.

Tennessee and Appalachian State both lost their season-opening games over the weekend.

UT’s 82-69 loss to Chattanooga on Friday night snapped second-year Tennessee coach Rick Barnes’ streak of 14 consecutive season-opening wins.

"Even in the game against Chattanooga, and we explained to them, we had the lead in the first half, we weren't winning that game," Barnes said at a news conference on Monday. "We had the lead, but we weren't winning that game because we weren't doing anything that we had practiced."

Freshman guard Jordan Bone scored a team-high 21 points on 8-of-14 shooting in Friday's loss.

"I think he's tough," Barnes said of Bone. "It's my job to get him tougher."

Bone’s point total ranked sixth among offensive outputs by a Vol in his freshman debut.

42Bernard KingWisconsin-MilwaukeeNov. 30, 1974
29Ed GrayUT-MartinNov. 26, 1993
28Ernie GrunfeldNorth Texas StateNov. 30, 1973
24Dan FedermanRollinsNov. 29, 1980
23Cornelius JacksonMorehead StateNov. 24, 1996
21Jordan BoneChattanoogaNov. 11, 2016

Tennessee shot just 33 percent from the field and had 18 turnovers against Chattanooga, which was a 29-win team a season ago that made the NCAA Tournament.

Appalachian State lost 86-74 against Davidson on Saturday night despite having a 37-33 lead at halftime. Four Mountaineers players scored in double figures in the loss, but none had more than 11 points.

Tennessee has a 4-0 record against Appalachian State.

Tipoff at Thompson-Boling Arena is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET Tuesday. The game airs on the SEC Network.