Whoa, Tennessee Football Has Somehow Found a Layer of Suck Beneath Rocky Bottom
Before we begin, a quick retraction is in order.
It turns out that this was completely inaccurate.
In our defense, we weren't the only ones to come to this seemingly logical conclusion.
The Death of Tennessee Volunteers football just happened today! pic.twitter.com/2wrC3u3V9g— Cigar/Bourbon Man (@creolelad2009) August 31, 2019
The possibly cursed Volunteers found a new and creative way to blow a football game this past week, losing yet again at home to the BYU Fighting Mormons.
For whatever reason, their shell-shocked fans staggered back into Neyland Stadium once more looking for salvation.
92,475 fans pack into Neyland Stadium one week after the worst loss in program history.— Jason Bonifield (@JasonBonifield) September 8, 2019
The Tennessee Volunteers: pic.twitter.com/v1GSuiwFXi
They were instead provided more crushing despair.
The Vols were clinging to a three-point lead very late when they allowed BYU to do the following:
Tennessee just had to hold on for 15 more seconds.... but they give up the long pass and now we're headed to OT! pic.twitter.com/LAcQ5cEezI— #BOOMIN (@ftbeard_17) September 8, 2019
The grateful Cougars did indeed tie the game, eventually winning 29-26 in double OT.
Just look how much joy the Tennessee football program provides their opponents.
The band has already stopped playing for Captain Pruitt.