So, the Tennessee-South Carolina game is no showcase is good, clean football.
The Volunteers and Gamecocks are tied at 9 — yes, 9 — at the end of the third quarter. Tennessee has three field goals to its name, and South Carolina tied the score in the third quarter on a 20-yard touchdown run by A.J. Turner (the extra point was missed, of course).
Twitter users have a bunch of opinions about this strange, sloppy game. Check out a sampling of the reactions below.
This South Carolina/Tennessee game is the saddest thing I've seen in a while.
— Amy (@amynoelle83) October 14, 2017
Well, I mean, I guess someone will eventually have to "win" this South Carolina-Tennessee game.
— Damon Young (@photogdamon) October 14, 2017
That does it, South Carolina-Tennessee have officially set college football back 30 years.
— Chris Bains (@cinbinbains) October 14, 2017
This South Carolina Tennessee game is…… well, haven't figured out what it is yet.
— CallsFriendsOnPhone (@RebsFinsUp) October 14, 2017
This South Carolina-Tennessee game is really something. Nothing good, but it's something.
— Aaron Suttles (@AaronSuttles) October 14, 2017
/flips to South Carolina-Tennessee
SC-TENN: hi it's 9-3 halfway through the third pic.twitter.com/aF4I0fBfDR
— mgoblog (@mgoblog) October 14, 2017
This South Carolina/Tennessee game is the most painful thing I've ever laid my eyes on
— Garrett Robertson (@GarrettThinks) October 14, 2017
They could show this South Carolina-Tennessee game to people in interrogation rooms to get them to confess to crimes. Woof.
— Brian (@sportsmatters) October 14, 2017
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