LOOK: Mass exodus of Neyland Stadium early in second half
For the second week in a row, Tennessee fans left Neyland Stadium prematurely.
Last week, it was as the Vols struggled to beat UMass. This time, it was during a woeful effort against Georgia as the Bulldogs built a big lead by halftime and never let up.
The fans have been upset with Butch Jones for weeks, and the offensive struggles only added to their frustrations. Jones switched quarterbacks from Quinten Dormady to Jarrett Guaratano, but that didn’t seem to help. There was also a blocked punt that lost four yards for Tennessee.
The Vols offense mustered just six first downs by late in the fourth quarter, was 1-for-11 on third down and managed just 63 rushing yards.
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— Chuck Culpepper (@ChuckCulpepper1) September 30, 2017
— Cooper Lusby (@certamennerd_CL) September 30, 2017
— Ryan McGee (@ESPNMcGee) September 30, 2017
Place a donation bucket at neyland as fans leave, I guarantee it will be filled with enough money to fire butch
— Josh Marlowe (@lpmarlowe) September 30, 2017