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On Monday, ESPN's Paul Finebaum criticized the SEC favorites, Tennessee, for falling short while taking a shot at head coach Tony Vitello during his radio show...
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"I think ultimately this is a complete meltdown," Finebaum said. "Tony Vitello was here a week ago talking about all the things that people don’t like about him. Let’s be honest. He comes off brash and a know it all."

“That’s what made him so popular in Knoxville," Finebaum added. "That’s (also) what has made him such a villain and vilified today."
(The Spun)
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Its evident that Vitello was sidetrscked with other thoughts ? and of his coming personal glory in the CWS and he and his team stumbled over his/their brash pride.....anyway its too warm to wear their fur coat in the heat of summer
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Paul calling someone else a “know it all”. That’s rich.
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L.O.L. Most of you jack offs were eagerly slurping his pud when we were looking for a coach. DEMANDING he be hired...and brazenly taunting Tennessee fans about how LSU is going to steal their coach. So maybe sit this one out.
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No, the Basevols were going down as the greatest CWS champions of all time!!
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Best non-champions in every sport according to what I’ve read lately.
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But the Basevols were going to win 6 straight NC's.
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I actually agree with Paul on this, as much as it pains me to say. The players do what the coach allows. This will not change until the coach changes or they change the coach.
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They got a boy that can throw a baseball over them mountains. How did they lose?
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Throw in Crunch/Neyland TheGreat with Pawl and Tony and they could have a Tennessee Retard battle royal
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I remember his remarks to Dave Van Horn after the Arkansas losses last year. He is a classic prick and he makes it easy to root against TN in baseball.
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Pot meet kettle
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Spoken like someone familiar with the territory
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