James Guarantano, the father of Tennessee quarterback Jarrett Guarantano, posted on Twitter Monday about the Volunteers’ coaching fiasco.

The elder Guarantano, who tends to be fairly active on Twitter, seemed to disagree with UT’s move on Sunday to pull out of its deal with Greg Schiano.

“I have a fair question for all the Vol fans that protested the Schiano hire,” James Guarantano said. “When our AD hires our next HC, and if all of you ‘like’ the hire, are the players allowed to protest and say that’s not who they wanted?

“Get ready cause Pandora’s box just got opened!”

The Guarantano family seemed to be on board with the hiring of Schiano.

When news first broke that UT was close to a deal with the former Rutgers coach, Jarrett Guarantano tweeted out a photo of him with Schiano as a kid. It was from a football camp in 2009.

The tweet, which also said “reunion,” was later deleted.

Here’s the tweet from James Guarantano on Monday.

He later sent out this one: