Dari Nowkhah and the SEC Network studio crew, including Chris Doering, Benjamin Watson and Gene Chizik all reacted to the wild scene at Neyland Stadium Saturday night at the end of the Ole Miss game.

“There are a lot of people in Knoxville right now, and this is not the entire fan base,” Nowkhah said, “that need to get home, hopefully safely, and frankly re-examine their lives and priorities, that was embarrassing for too many people wearing orange. Not everybody and we understand it. It’s a passionate situation.”

The crowd reacted to a fourth down call that didn’t go Tennessee’s way as the Vols were ruled to be short of the first down marker. Doering said the worst part about it was that it was the night that Tennessee football was back, and the atmosphere reflected it inside a sold-out Neyland Stadium.

“The call on the spot, look, I didn’t agree with the spot, I understand why people are passionate, but when you start throwing things on the field, there are 200 other people on the field that had nothing to do with that call,” Watson said. “You put other people in danger when you do something like that.”

Chizik said it was classless, there’s no place for it, and it ruins the so many good things going for Tennessee right now.