Gary Danielson usually generates reactions for what he says on the air. During last Saturday’s Alabama-Tennessee game at Neyland Stadium, the CBS Sports analyst was all the rage on social media for what he wore.

While interviewing Peyton Manning during the broadcast, Danielson wore a robe to pay tribute to the Vols’ legend, who has been seen recently in several DirecTV commercials wearing a bathrobe while trying to cope with not playing football on Sundays. Manning retired in March after winning Super Bowl 50 with the Denver Broncos.

We’re not sure if Mr. Blackwell or if Tim Gunn of “Project Runway” had anything to say about Danielson’s fashion choice. Let’s just say it generated quite a frenzy on Twitter:

No laughing matter for some

Meanwhile, as the second quarter was coming to a close, Alabama was trying to get into position for a first half-ending field goal. As Crimson Tide QB Jalen Hurts scrambled for a first down, it initially appeared that the clock ran out.

But after the officials reviewed the play, they put a couple seconds back on the clock, which allowed Adam Griffith to try a 37-yard attempt, which he missed. However, upon remembering that the Crimson Tide was famously burned in the 2013 Iron Bowl when a second was added to the clock before Auburn’s Chris Davis pulled off his incredible Kick-Six following another Griffith miss, Danielson and broadcasting partner Verne Lundquist laughed, which didn’t sit well with some Alabama fans:

Tigers fans roar at Palmer

And finally, this space is usually good for at least one Brent Musburger reference. But that’s not the case this week.

Musburger and analyst Jesse Palmer called Florida’s 40-14 victory over Missouri last Saturday on SEC Network. We don’t know if Palmer’s background as a former Gator QB was the reason, but some Tigers fans weren’t pleased with his work: