Tennessee pulled off a thrilling win over Alabama on Saturday evening in Knoxville, and it may have caused the earth to shake.

Per reports out of Knoxville, it appears there was some slight seismic activity recorded in the area around Neyland Stadium as the Vols were finishing off the upset over the Crimson Tide.

Below, you can see the possible activity, as well as a map of where it was registered in relation to Neyland Stadium:

Now, of course, it’s worth mentioning that this could all be a coincidence and the earth decided to shift right at that particular time. But, it is also very possible that Tennessee fans caused some tremors:

We’ll see if we get some verification in the coming days, but for now, it seems like too much of a coincidence that the ground in Knoxville shook after a 15-year losing streak was snapped.

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