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Steve Mills

Watching the Auburn Tennessee game was encouraging yet sad.

Posted Saturday, November 21, 2020, at 8:11 PM
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  • You didn't miss anything, Steve. As Jeremy Pruitt explained after the game, UT won 17-0. "We were so far ahead at the end of the first quarter that the only way we could lose was by widespread fraud." The officials, the scorekeepers, Auburn University, and the mainstream media that aired the game, and then falsely declared Auburn to have won, all conspired to make it appear that UT got trounced in the second half. But, as Coach Pruitt said after the game; "Every legal point should count, and the 30 points on Auburn's side of the scoreboard were illegal points."

    He went on to congratulate the UT defense, which has yet to surrender a legal point this season, and said he looked forward to playing in the national championship game in January. "We promise to file multiple lawsuits where we will reveal our secret evidence of this great nationwide conspiracy, and I encourage every true UT fan to contribute generously to our love offering... I mean legal defense fund... so that we can take this clear to the Supreme Court." If all else fails, Coach Pruitt plans to invite all the members of the Playoff Selection Committee to the University of Tennessee to convince them to put UT in the playoffs, regardless of the fake record reported in the mainstream media. "I promised to make UT great again, and I have succeeded more than any coach in history."

    -- Posted by lazarus on Sun, Nov 22, 2020, at 12:35 AM
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    Yup, you could see the fix was in. Not very creative to give Auburn 10 points each quarter.

    Did you watch it Lazarus? Even as an Auburn fan I could not see much excitement. Goes to show how much difference full-fledged coverage makes.

    -- Posted by stevemills on Sun, Nov 22, 2020, at 6:35 AM
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    Your recap was more exciting!

    -- Posted by stevemills on Sun, Nov 22, 2020, at 6:35 AM
  • I didn't get to watch that one. But it is hard to watch the Vols this year. Their quarterback issues are just painful to see. JG seems like a good kid, has great arm talent... But his football IQ is obviously never going to improve. The others in the pipeline don't seem to be any better (obviously not, or someone else would have taken over). At this point the question is if they have no one on that staff that can coach up a quarterback or just cannot recruit one. At least the team came out and played hard.

    The games do have the atmosphere of one of those holiday bowl games that no one attends. But, it is football! I saw a little of the Vandy game yesterday, and the only thing that was different was that the other team's fans were not there!

    -- Posted by lazarus on Sun, Nov 22, 2020, at 8:49 AM
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    Oh my! What will you watch on Thanksgiving Day? Funny how the Thanksgiving Day Parade will be on the streets this year. Cuomo and de Blasio can't lose out on all that money the parade and advertising brings in. WHAT COVID-19?

    -- Posted by sui on Mon, Nov 23, 2020, at 1:31 PM
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