The Tennessee Vols football season has reached the point, after a 34-7 blowout home loss to the hated Kentucky Wildcats, where windows are being smashed by flying beer bottles and wives are looking for new relationships. Now 2-2 after back-to-back losses with Alabama coming to town Saturday, it’s getting ugly, especially on the Tony Basilio Show where this caller said it’s bad in his home.
“I’ve been watching Tennessee football for 30 years and I did something today that I’ve never done,” Vols fan said. “I messed up and threw a beer bottle through a window and my wife left me.”
“I had two beers. I wasn’t even drunk. I just can’t stand to watch this team anymore. My blood pressure’s up.
Vols fan says it was Tennessee football that did this to him and caused his wife to walk out. “My wife just looked at me and grabbed some stuff and said she’s going to her moms for a few weeks. I texted her and said blame it on [Jarrett Guarantano].”
The caller says it was Guarantano’s second pick-six interception that caused the beer bottles to fly. Guarantano was pulled in the second quarter after three consecutive turnovers that has the UT coaching staff wondering where to go next.
“It’s undecided,” Jeremy Pruitt said of his quarterback situation. “When you lose 34-7, everybody within our organization, you’ve got to look and see what went wrong. We could make changes at any level.”
It’s a gut-check week in Knoxville. The Vols are playing for marriages, windows, drywall and anything else that can be destroyed from here on out.
— Chad ➐ (@ChadBlue_83) October 18, 2020