Blogger Buzz: Peabody's ducks caught walkin', Graceland turns blue and other tales from the Tennessee Super Bowl

The Thompson-Boling experience

I've heard everything except Elvis is playing at halftime and the ref's just called the Peabody's ducks for walking. What, that didn't happen?

This game is B-I-G and that's an understatement.

Some are calling it the Tennessee Super Bowl. ESPN hype has made the game legendary before it's even been played. The fans are in a frenzy. See the latest in Tennessee-Memphis blogger buzz.

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pdhuff#552644 writes:

They should have brought their ducks a "I Hate Orange" Tee. What they'll really hate is if the Vols upset their Tigers.

volboy81#211803 writes:

Oh, the jealousy that exists at Tiger High!
Its almost as bad as it is at Peabody!


VOLS1985 writes:

No disrespect is needed here. This is a fantastic opportunity for the State of Tennessee to showcase two quality basketball programs on a national scale. As much as I want my Vols to win this match-up, I want to see a well played game first and foremost. Both coaches are class acts and even if they do have a bit of acrimony between them, they at least respect each other's programs. I have never been more proud of UT's Men's basketball program, but I am more proud of the state of Tennessee and what all of the teams have accomplished this year (UT, Memphis, Vandy, Austin Peay, Belmont on the Men's side and UT, Vandy, Chattanooga, MTSU, and ETSU on the Women's side).

No matter the outcome.... this will be a historic day for both programs. I hope both teams make it the Final Four this year....but, as a UT Grad, I've got to pull for the VOLS first!


pms151 writes:

Let's just all hope that this publicity about basketball in Tennessee is not just a flash in the pan.

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