I found this on the SECRant message board and it’s too good not to share.
Needs a little more orange to be realistic, though.
Filed under Because Nothing Sucks Like A Big Orange
Anyone who thinks this couldn’t happen anywhere, is fooling themselves….
Are you referring to Saturday night or the entire 21st century at Tennessee?
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But it did happen at Tennessee…and that it could happen anywhere is a matter we could argue (but it can and has happened at GT)
A friend of mine used to get sideline passes back in the 70’s and 80’s and he said that Tech fans would throw so much stuff; bottles, batteries, dog treats, etc., that the players would all wear their helmets on the sidelines. Of course, this can happen anywhere, but some fan bases just seem to be prone to that sort of behavior.
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So, it could happen at Vanderbilt?
If Tennessee fans are there, yes!
Well, at least they know what they are and their behavior at their game proves it.
And, it cost them a quarter of a million dollars fine from the conference!!!
That video is going to go viral today!
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I can’t believe that a 100K, angry, drunk, hillbillies could do such a thing
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Pilfered off the concession stand table.
I do want to compliment the State of Tennessee on the level of their self awareness.
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Trash on the field because you’re frustrated is one thing but the individual who threw that golf ball at Lane – that was some premeditated orange chicken shit. Vol fans finding yet a lower rung on the sportsmanship ladder to hang off of. I’m waiting for the guillotine to show up at their tailgating.
I think there was more than one golf ball thrown. How in the world did they get all that stuff through security?
When carrying a dozen of Krispy Kremes hot-n-fresh into the stadium, security see’s mustard golf balls as a even trade…especially with joey freshwater in town…
Golf balls and a bottle of mustard were not spur of the moment bad decisions. They came with the intention of causing trouble. All who participated need to be held accountable but a few like those idiots need to be made examples of that will resonate for some time.
I’m still totally confused about the mustard. I mean, WTF. It would be so unusual that it would draw attention from security, therefore would not be a good idea to use it to try to sneak liquor in. It was cheap ass mustard so it would be the same crap in the little packets you get at the game. If someone actually brought it with the intention of throwing it at Kiffen, well that’s just weird as hell.
If we’re talking “weird,” what if they brought the mustard into the game for something else other than throwing?????
“If you can’t cut the mustard, don’t open the jar!”
And we KNOW that Tenn fans buy wine to enemate themselves – no telling what a sharp young frat-boy could do with a squeeze bottle full of mustard.
UT should offer the guy who threw the golf ball a scholly. Only person in orange who didn’t overthrow the target.
Someone was clairvoyant.
“There ain’t no lower class than Tennessee trash” should become UT’s “I like driving in my truck”.
Opportunity is Nowhere!
Brick by brick!
NIL opportunities abound!!
Damn fine opportunity for utK community of trash conscious individuals to support their damn fine athletic endeavors!!
Volnation arise and sling yer trash and yer yeller mustard!!
Points to the original PSA for ending on a Walt Kelly/Pogo reference.
Their coaching woes have now infiltrated their fans!
It’s the South. How is there mustard thrown on the field and not Duke’s Mayo? Or at least a bottle of hot sauce. Or a chicken wing.
Goodness. That video is the bomb. 🙂
$250,000 is a hand slap. Yeah, yeah. I know that there are other conditions/requirements. But that should have been penalized much more harshly than it was.
If y’all think this was bad just wait until Florida realizes, truly realizes, that the glory days aren’t coming back. They still think it’s just a matter of time. When they realize it ain’t going to happen it will make that in Knoxville look like Wednesday night supper at church.
"What an incredible turnout. It felt like a home game when you looked up in the stands and saw all the red. I expected it to be that way but maybe not as much as it was." -- Kirby Smart, Dawgs247.com, 11/27/21
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