Cocks Fans Were A Handful For Tennessee Cops This Weekend

Cocks fan gets arrested at Neyland Stadium during game against the Vols / via Instagram

What happens when a Tennessee team matches up against another SEC East team, South Carolina when one team is 2-5 and the other is 3-4? Fireworks on a Saturday night in Neyland because both groups of fans had plenty of time to get super loaded during the day and then catch a very meaningful game with bowl game implications for two schools doing whatever it takes to get to the Indy Bowl or wherever 6-6 gets SEC teams.

Add it all up and Tennessee cops had their hands full, especially with loaded Cocks fans who didn’t go down without a gang of cops walking them out, especially Cocks Dad who even had Robo Cop in full tactical gear following him out to make sure there were no issues.

I tell people all the time that it’s a shame that the Vols have been so bad — minus two 9-4 seasons in 2015-16 — for the last decade because Neyland is my kind of place. I was there like 6-7 years ago to see them get destroyed by Georgia, but it was a classic SEC experience. Partying on house boats, pretty much blacked out while sitting in the Georgia section with Dawg Mom screaming nonstop for 2.5 quarters before I had to leave with a splitting headache. It was a great atmosphere, but I have a hard time justifying spending the money to drive down from Ohio to see them get destroyed.

Then the Vols go out and have a night like they did Saturday against the Cocks, a 41-21 blowout and four very possible wins coming up. That’s why last night was so important. You get that third win and four possibles coming up. 7-5 is going to look like 11-1 for this team. Just think if they don’t choke it away to Georgia State back on Labor Day weekend.

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It wasn’t just Cocks fans getting arrested. Here’s Vols fan taking a ride:

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