Play-by-play man Mark Jones and analyst Rod Gilmore had the call for last Saturday night’s Tennessee-South Carolina game on ESPN2. The duo had a lot to take in, particularly some dubious decisions by both Butch Jones and Will Muschamp before the Gamecocks eventually prevailed, 24-21.

After Tennessee scored a touchdown with 7:03 left to get within 3, the Gamecocks burned more than 3 minutes over six plays. On Tennessee’s next play from scrimmage, Joshua Dobbs threw an interception, which allowed South Carolina to run the clock down before the Vols began their drive with 30 seconds to go.

Six plays later, Aaron Medley missed a 58-yard field goal attempt as time expired. Tennessee fans were unhappy with the result, but on Twitter, Volunteers backers seemed to be more upset with what Jones and Gilmore had to say:

At one point, Gilmore apparently mispronounced the name of Tennessee defensive lineman Shy Tuttle. Tennessee fans on Twitter didn’t miss that malaprop:

Not mad about Musburger or Palmer

Jesse Palmer and Brent Musburger were ESPN2’s broadcast team for Auburn’s 40-29 win at Ole Miss last week. Let’s just say that according to some viewers, Palmer and Musburger weren’t exactly a winning combination:

Vitriol for Verne

Verne Lundquist, who is in the midst of his final season as CBS’ play-by-play man for SEC games, called his final Florida-Georgia matchup last Saturday. And even though Lundquist has been a broadcaster for more than 50 years — a couple of viewers apparently aren’t going to let him walk away with some dignity: