Things didn’t go according to plan for the Tennessee Volunteers on Saturday evening (or for this whole season, for that matter).

The Vols lost to rival Vanderbilt 42-24 at Neyland Stadium and were thoroughly outplayed in all aspects of the game in what was likely Brady Hoke’s last game as the team’s interim coach.

However, redshirt freshman QB Jarrett Guarantano doesn’t like all the negativity surrounding the Vols these days. In fact, after Saturday’s loss, he said he thinks the culture will be different in Knoxville in 2018 and invited anyone who doesn’t like that fact to leave:

The Vols finished the 2017 season with an abysmal 4-8 record — the first eight-loss season in program history. Coach Butch Jones was fired a couple of weeks ago, so the Vols will kick off the 2018 season with a new head coach.

Whoever it is, they’ll have a budding star quarterback in Guarantano, who played well on Saturday despite his team’s lopsided loss.

He has the right attitude moving forward, and Vol Nation hopes other players on the roster share that passion.