Georgia fans are a day away from seeing their beloved Bulldogs play for a national title. A win would represent the first championship the program has seen on the gridiron since 1980. Despite all the good vibes in and around Athens these days, UGA fans are still capable of being upset by a single tweet.

That may sound crazy but here’s proof.

Outside linebackers coach Kevin Sherrer will be coaching his last game for the program Monday before leaving to join Jeremy Pruitt’s Tennessee staff. Sherrer isn’t leaving for a lateral position, he’s receiving a promotion and will be Pruitt’s first UT defensive coordinator. While he could have left the program weeks ago, he’s decided to stay in Athens to help this team finish their 2017 goals, which include bringing home a national title.

In addition to his duties in Athens, Sherrer is actively recruiting for Tennessee. If you missed the news, the Vols landed a big-time commitment Saturday from four-star U.S. Army All-American linebacker JJ Peterson. While Peterson committed to Tennessee just after 1:30 pm ET Saturday, Sherrer expressed his excitement later that evening — presumingly after a long day working for Georgia in anticipation of the title game.

Here’s the tweet he sent out:

It didn’t take long for the UGA assistant to quickly becoming bombarded with angst from Bulldog fans. The best part of their responses has to be all the 41-0 taunts. Considering Sherrer had far more to do with Georgia beating Tennessee 41-0 than any of these Twitter users, that attempt at an insult is pretty weak, even by Twitter standards.

Former UGA defender Jake Ganus took no issue with the tweet, which, of course, resulted in some Georgia fans calling him out:

One Twitter user pointed out that Kirby Smart did the same thing as he pulled double duty for Alabama and Georgia:

There’s no perfect way to handle the odd duel roles that coaches like Sherrer are currently juggling but these social media exchanges prove one thing for sure, you can’t please both fan bases at the same time no matter how hard you try.