This is a story that should be eerily reminiscent of an unhappy evening for Georgia fans.
The news is not getting any better for Tennessee’s beleaguered football program. Top quarterback prospect Josh Nunes of Upland, Calif., has opened up his recruitment and is no longer solidly committed to the Vols.
Nunes is rated as the sixth best quarterback prospect in the country by ESPN.com. He cited travel concerns as the chief reason for opening up his recruitment and plans to take more visits before making a decision.
Nunes was in Neyland Stadium last Saturday for Tennessee’s 30-6 loss to Florida. The Vols were roundly booed several times by their fans…
I can see how traveling more than half way across the country to hear fans boo the team you committed to might be grounds for second thoughts.
It takes me back to the worst half of football I’ve ever witnessed in Sanford Stadium.
Legend has it that Jason Campbell decided on the spot that he wasn’t going to Georgia because of how our fans booed as the teams left the field at halftime.
But look at the bright side, UT supporters: Georgia wound up with David Greene as a consolation prize.