If you are going to try and troll Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide, you better make sure you at least present your case in a grammatically correct format.
Hint: extra emphasis on "you are."
Seen here is an attempt by a Tennessee lumber store (Witt Lumber) to send a message to Saban and the Tide ahead of Saturday's game against the Volunteers.
“Dear Mr. Saban. Your next. Vol Nation," the sign reads.
There are so many things wrong about this picture. Namely, the fact that "your" should be spelled "you're" or "you are." Also, providing a team that has won multiple national championships in the last handful of years with bulletin board material isn't advisable, either.
Vols fans are obviously very optimistic about their chances against the No. 1 ranked team in the land afer upending South Carolina last weekend. However, if this fan's spelling is any indication of what is to come, Saturday could be rough for Tennessee.
Via Dr. Saturday