Tennessee beat Florida on the football field on Saturday for the first time since 2004.
So how did Volunteers fans celebrate the victory in Knoxville? By setting at least one couch on fire, of course.
— Travis Smith (@TravisRsmith) September 25, 2016
Tennessee came back from a 21-point deficit to stun the 19th-ranked Gators, who had beaten the Volunteers 11 consecutive times. Obviously, there was a lot of pent up joy among Tennessee fans. Maybe too much.
— Madison Wade (@madisonwadeWBIR) September 25, 2016
Couch burning in Knoxville, y'all pic.twitter.com/tkLJwh0G62
— TNgooner (@TNgooner) September 25, 2016
https://t.co/PRVUh1pvvg looks like somebody is burning a couch on Lake Avenue next to Pres Court. I miss Knoxville dearly at times like this
— Matthew French (@MattJarFren) September 25, 2016
If you think it’s weird that some fans set things on fire after a big win, well, join the club. But as long as no one gets hurt and no other property is damaged, it amounts to a bonfire really. Anyone bring marshmallows?