College Gameday is going to Tennessee-A&M & everyone’s mad
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College Gameday is going to Tennessee-A&M & everyone’s mad

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ESPN’s College Gameday show is going to a Tennessee game for the third time in six weeks this season. Herbstreit, Corso and the gang will be in College Station for a Top 10 matchup between the Vols and Texas A&M. 

College football fans around the country are jealous. They hate Tennessee and have voiced their opinions on the College Gameday Facebook page. Gameday was at the Battle at Bristol (Sept. 10) and the Florida game in Knoxville (Sept. 24).

Lets’ go through some of the hundreds of angry comments.

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Okay, so you get the point. Most college football fans hate the fact College Gameday is featuring Tennessee for the third time in six weeks. If the Vols beat the Aggies, it will be hard to not send Gameday back to Knoxville the following week against No. 1 Alabama.

Most posts were NSFW … So you can go read them on your own, if you’d like.

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21 Comments

  1. SJ Lindsay

    Every human who is responsible for Smokey X’s care, including those up the chain of command – all the way up to UT’s Chancellor (who has surely seen Smokey X wearing this evil device) — ought to be forced to wear one of those pain-inducing choke-collars with metal spikes pressing into their necks with every move of their head. They wouldn’t last five minutes, much less 24/7/365 like Smokey X is forced to do. Those torture collars ought to be illegal, and I am horrified that the University of Tennessee – with its vaulted Vet School to boot — permits this inhumane treatment of Smokey X to go on. There are other ways to control Smokey X (training and a harness), and the fact that his controller uses that torture collar is proof that the humans in his life have failed him.

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    1. Blue tick Bob

      Dumbass he is a hunting dog that can be quite vicious I’ve rescued Blueticks and they are mean ass hunting dogs meant to hunt natures fiercest rodent the raccoon, they’re bred to be hardcore coon fighting dogs and the moment Smokey bites a dumbass all hell would break loose. Move on go support your fake peta org and humane society who have done nothing for wildlife or animals ever. Thank a hunter for the conservation and repopulation of wildlife.

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    2. Andrew S.

      Really? You obvioisly have never worked with high drive dogs. They aren’t torture devices. They are actually great teaching devices when used properly. However, just like anything else in this world, it can be used improperly. Do you even understand the concept behind the collar? What it replicates? Just know that any novice dog trainer knows how ignorant your comment was. I just hope the general public actually does research on the subject before passing judgement on the use of pinch/prong collars (by the way, those prongs are dull on the ends).

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    3. Calmdown

      Seriously, you honestly have no idea how those collars work. When you see the dog on TV, look at how loose the collar hangs, it only pinches when pulled so the dog knows to stop engaging in behavior it shouldn’t. People who watched how I let my dogs live with me would be grossed out by all of the places I allow them, from on the couch to sleeping the bed. But when I know I need a way to have a quick control of the dog, I put one of those on. It’s completely loose and now that they know what it is, they don’t pull when they wear it.

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  2. Bubba Huskey

    Soooooo…. Did I seriously see people claiming an ESPN bias towards the Vols? #Laughable SEC yes, and rightfully so. Tennessee may be the new Cardiac Kids but it makes for exciting football games. Washington played their biggest game so far on a Friday night. The Ducks have had the Vols’ backs for years but are having a down year. In TN’s lean years we were rarely the Gameday selection. #GetRelevant

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  3. Donna

    Everyone knows that the SEC has the best football, fans, excitement, and loyalty in the nation! Why would ESPN WANT TO DO GAMEDAY ANYWHERE ELSE? Ratings people! College football is a enigma in the south and watching the SEC is just a huge part of fall for everyone! TN football is so exciting this year and ESPN is wanting in on all the excitement! Go Big Orange!

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  4. Nodnal Tevirt

    Furthermore, why would ESPN pass on 2 teams that are both, regardless of circumstances, undefeated?
    #hatersgonnahate
    #GBO

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  5. Paul

    It’s been known for a decade that ESPN hates Tennessee. But when you are winning games in an unbelievable fashion ESPN is going to follow you around because you have the viewers. GO VOLS!

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  6. Hut

    It’s not about TN, but the teams they are playing… The battle a Bristol is a given. Was gameday not going to be present at the biggest crowd to ever witness a football game? Florida makes sense because of the rivalry during a week when everyone else was playing high school teams. Want gameday to represent a game on your schedule? Fix your schedule…

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  7. tennvol

    There’s a typo in the article above. It should read:

    “Most college football fans who need help tying their shoes hate the fact College Gameday is featuring Tennessee for the third time in six weeks.”

    There, I fixed it.

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  8. Pat Berry

    Do all of these people not know that CBS has contracted to show an SEC game at 3:30 every week during the regular season? The choice to show Tennessee games at the the beginning of the season was not that big of a deal. Since then, games like Tennessee vs Florida, and then Tennessee vs Georgia, were rival games that are usually fun games to watch. Now that Tennessee and Texas A&M are both 5-0 and ranked in the top Ten, then this game is justified. IF Tennessee and Alabama win, then next week’s game will also be justified. The fact is that CBS has contracted to show an SEC game. Given that, shouldn’t they show the most important SEC game each week?

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    1. Austin Stanley

      Pat, the reason people are mad isn’t because the game is on CBS. It’s because ESPN’s College Gameday show is going to a Tennessee game for the 3rd time in six weeks. College Gameday is ESPN’s Saturday morning national pre-game show that broadcasts from the campus of the “biggest game” of the week.

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  9. Randy

    Tennessee starts winning like the Tennessee of old in dramatic fashion, and everyone hates them. Keep hating ESPN knows a winning team when they see one.

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  10. Cynthia

    I can tell my reading these comments , that these are Gator/Bulldog fans. Grow up….some just love to whine! Take it over to politics

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