Florida defensive back Jalen Tabor isn’t afraid of a little offseason smack talk.
We’ve found that much out from one of the nation’s most talented cornerbacks through the spring months.
On Sunday night, in the midst of watching a blowout Golden State win in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, Tabor took an opportunity to get another dig in at the Vols during a Twitter exchange with Gators teammate Quincy Wilson.
This is, of course, in reference to Tennessee’s fourth-quarter collapse in last season’s 28-27 Gators victory in The Swamp.
Vols fans and players alike are unmistakably frustrated with the way that the Gators have seemingly snatched victory from the jaws of defeat during the last two victories of an 11-game winning streak against Tennessee, which means this tweet is likely to again cause a stir among many of the Tennessee faithful.
Back in April, Tabor tweeted a message about making it “12 years in a row” in reference to extending the Gators’ winning streak against the Vols. That elicited responses from several Tennessee players.
Now, we wait anxiously to see what his latest comments bring in the way of a rebuttal.