Jeremy Pruitt could not leave Knoxville without taking one final loss.

Of course, the former Tennessee coach was run out of town by the school’s administration after three seasons on the job — which resulted in a 16-19 overall record on Rocky Top — and following the discovery of multiple alleged recruiting violations that occurred under Pruitt’s watch.

Following an internal investigation done by the school, Pruitt and multiple assistant coaches were fired for cause and the entire recruiting department was released.

Now comes word from Knoxnews.com that Pruitt sold his Knoxville home at a loss.

Right on cue, the reaction came flooding in from fans eager to mock the former Tennessee coach for managing to lose money on the deal.

Here are some of the best reactions we could find:

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Tennessee online sports betting officially launched on November 1, 2020, and many of the largest sportsbooks are live and operating in the volunteer state. Tennessee is only one of a handful of SEC football states with legalized sports betting.