Monday, April 22, 2013

Photo: A dad and his sons wore orange and white suits for Tennessee spring game

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Attending a college football game in the southern portion of the United States is probably the greatest sports spectacle a man could ever see.

Southerners really, really love their pigskin. How else can you explain why over 100,000 people spend their fall Saturdays crammed into one stadium to watch a group of 18-24 year-old men play football?

Well, Neyland Stadium in Knoxville wasn't quite as packed as that on Saturday, but Tennessee's annual Orange and White spring game did manage to bring several Volunteer fans out of the deep freeze of winter.

Seen here is a trio of sharp-dressed gentleman donning orange and white suits in honor of the glorified scrimmage. The father decided to go with an all-orange look complete with a feather sticking out of his hat, while his two sons went with the clean-cut look by wearing white. 

Tennessee is coming off a 2012 season in which saw them go 1-7 in the SEC. So, no matter how good or bad they look on the field in 2013, take solace in knowing that they will look darn good in the stands.

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