What do you do once you shock the school basketball world with an upset over a top-10 Tennessee crew? For Florida, its reply Tuesday evening was very like the remainder of the sports activities world all week: You pile on to Tennessee soccer’s no good, very dangerous week.
After the Gators demolished the No. 6 Volunteers 75-49 they took to Twitter to launch a ultimate rating graphic with a three-word caption that learn: “We’re lovin’ it” capped with a smirk emoji. The caption is a not-so-subtle nod to McDonald’s slogan after allegations had been reported earlier within the day by Dan Patrick that Tennessee’s soccer program was nefariously recruiting by handing recruits money in McDonald’s baggage after they visited campus. (Tennessee fired coach Jeremy Pruitt and 9 employees members on Monday amid an inside probe into recruiting violations.)
The one factor extra spectacular than the tweet may’ve been the sport that preceded it. The Gators almost led wire to wire over a Tennessee crew that at instances has regarded just like the SEC’s finest, trailing solely 12 complete seconds of recreation motion. They usually took it to the Vols in dominant vogue in Gainesville, Florida, with out third-leading scorer Scottie Lewis and second-leading scorer Colin Castleton. Keyontae Johnson additionally didn’t play as he continues to get better from an on-court collapse from December.
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Florida has a manner of demolishing good opponents beneath Mike White, typically surprisingly, however Tuesday’s end result could take the cake. Its 26 level blowout is the largest win over a top-10 opponent beneath White, with three different wins by 17 or extra factors coming since he took over this system in 2015. It is becoming and humorous that to rejoice that accomplishment and the unlikely win, Florida rolled out an all-time Twitter troll job of Tennessee’s soccer program.