The Rocky Top natives continue to be restless and no win over Vanderbilt was going to calm their nerves.

If you had any doubt about that one, just take a look at the message painted in The Rock, which is an icon located on Tennessee’s campus:

“Fire Pruitt, Save UT Football,” was written on The Rock on Sunday evening despite Tennessee’s 42-17 win over Vanderbilt on Saturday.

This comes as the Volunteers currently have a 3-6 record on the season and one final game to play in the regular season against a top 5 Texas A&M team hoping to advance to the College Football Playoff.

Saturday’s win improved Pruitt’s overall record to 16-18 in three seasons in Knoxville. Tennessee went 8-5 last season and ended with a six-game winning streak but that momentum was halted this year during the team’s 44-21 loss to Georgia back on Oct. 10.

It took until Dec. 12 until Tennessee won another game and that came against an 0-8 Vanderbilt team that could barely field a roster.

Check out an image of The Rock from Sunday evening, courtesy of Charlie Burris on Twitter: