Here’s a sample of the hilarious Tennessee fans melting down on Twitter right now
Trailing 21-3 late in the first half to Florida has the Tennessee Volunteers in full panic mode.
For a team with so much hype coming into the 2016 season, the Vols have underperformed even though they currently have a 3-0 record.
That unblemished record is likely to come to an end today, however, as the Gators have taken the wind out of the Vols’ sails.
The disappointing effort has led to a full meltdown from Tennessee fans on Twitter:
Same ol Tennessee
— Dylan Putman (@DPUT_12) September 24, 2016
Man, Tennessee sucks.
— Ryan DiPentima (@Ryan_DiPentima) September 24, 2016
As Tennessee as it gets.
Thanks for playing. See you in 2017.
— Houston Kress (@VolRumorMill) September 24, 2016
Tennessee fans deserve better
— Jake Holtkamp (@JakeHoltkamp1) September 24, 2016
It's so hard for me to get excited for Tennessee games. I go into it thinking "Please God help us today." 😂 Love my boys but geez…
— Hannah Nelson (@han_elizabeth13) September 24, 2016
I realize this is a home game but if I'm Tennessee I'm figuring out a way to leave Butch at a nearby airport.
— Ryan Kelly (@RyanLKel) September 24, 2016
I don't know why Tennessee makes opposing backup quarterbacks look like heisman trophy candidates.
— Daniel Mercer (@d_merc) September 24, 2016
— gary avelar (@gavelar) September 24, 2016
TD Florida ……the Butch Jones hot seat is turned up to HELL right now
— PeHGHton Manning (@Heretotellit) September 24, 2016
It's been fun liking football. Vols are making me hate it.
— Carter Moles (@cmolessportsfan) September 24, 2016
Please don't come out for the second half @UTCoachJones
— Darren Smith (@DSmith_58) September 24, 2016
Is Butch Jones a good coach?? https://t.co/3P6oJ0vU8U
— UNCONQUERED (@TrueOrigiNole) September 24, 2016
The sound you hear is 102,000 people jumping off the Vols hype wagon.
— Ben Flatt (@benflatt30) September 24, 2016
— J.D. Young (@J_D_Young11) September 24, 2016
— scott garvin (@ScottDaltonj220) September 24, 2016
Though it certainly looks unlikely, a second-half comeback from 20-plus points down isn’t out of the question — just ask Alabama and Florida State fans.