Here Are Crews Removing Butch Jones Pics From Vols' Neyland Stadium
Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports
Three months after Butch Jones was fired by Tennessee, crews are finally taking down his banners down the Jumbotron at Neyland Stadium...

As the Vols try to erase Jones from their existence, Alabama and Nick Saban will cost likely being hiring Butch next week...
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The Spun has learned through sources in Alabama that former Tennessee head coach Butch Jones is expected to be hired as an offensive analyst for the Crimson Tide. An announcement is expected sometime this week.
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That's what you get when you plaster pics of your current head coach everywhere like he's some sort of deceased legend. After the whole Paterno/Penn St. fiasco, haven't athletics programs learned not to deify current/living coaches. Looking at you Bama. At this point with the statues and everything, it would be hilarious for it to come out that Saban was running a dirty program.
Reply7 months
I know people hate Butch, but Tennessee was competitive for the first time since Kiffin when Butch was there. I don't know what conditioning problem they had, but they were one of the most injury prone programs I've ever seen. That and the way he handled his players kept UT from winning the East.
Reply7 months
Did they remove the Champions of Life banner, too?
Reply7 months
I like that they left it up for signing day. Having Butch up there really helped give them an edge.
Reply7 months
Alabama and Nick Saban will cost likely being hiring Butch next week... Chicken Larry is on the sauce again
Reply7 months
Don’t over look “crews are finally taking down his banners down the Jumbotron at Neyland Stadium... ”.
7 months
IWHI. Brianna that is... just for clarificationsss
Reply7 months
What a shithole
Reply7 months
Burning it would have been quicker
Reply7 months
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