College GameDay signs roast Tennessee football

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A few Ole Miss fans took advantage of College GameDay coming to Oxford, Mississippi, and made signs roasting Tennessee football. Ole Miss defeated Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee, 31-26 back on Oct. 16.

Tennessee fans were upset when Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin and the Rebels stopped Tennessee on a controversial fourth down. After a lengthy video review, replay correctly ruled that their was not enough video evidence to overturn the call.

Madness ensued. Tennessee fans threw whatever they had including: beer cans, water bottles, and more. It took a while to clean the field and calm down Tennessee fans, which caused a lengthy delay.

You would think that Tennessee fans would be used to losing tough games after going 25-31 in their last five seasons, but evidently that is not the case.

Here’s a look at the signs:

Two of the more interesting things Tennessee fans threw on the field were: a mustard bottle and a golf ball, which was aimed at Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin.

Tennessee has banned a few dozen fans for throwing trash on the field during their defeat to Ole Miss. The Volunteers will hope to have a better environment for the Nov. 13 game against Georgia.

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