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SportTennessee paid lots of money to lose to Georgia State

02:30  02 september  2019
02:30  02 september  2019 Source:   12up.com

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A day after Georgia State 's stunning upset of Tennessee in Neyland Stadium, the coverage isn't getting any more favorable for the Vols. Not only did Tennessee fail to show up against a team which went 2-10 in 2018, they also paid a hefty sum to lose perhaps the most embarrassing result in school

A day after Georgia State 's stunning upset of Tennessee in Neyland Stadium, the coverage isn't getting any more favorable for the Vols. Not only did Tennessee fail to show up against a team which went 2-10 in 2018, they also paid a hefty sum to lose perhaps the most embarrassing result in school

A day after Georgia State's stunning upset of Tennessee in Neyland Stadium, the coverage isn't getting any more favorable for the Vols.

Tennessee paid lots of money to lose to Georgia State© Silas Walker/Getty Images Georgia State v Tennessee

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Not only did Tennessee fail to show up against a team which went 2-10 in 2018, they also paid a hefty sum to lose perhaps the most embarrassing result in school history.

The Panthers, whose program just barely existed a decade ago, earned a school-altering victory over a down Tennessee team which, while far from the six-time National Champs of old, remains one of the pillars of the SEC.

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The loss to Georgia State may be a new low, exceeding even the many lows experienced during The Panthers get their money , and Tennessee figured they’d get an easy win to help toward bowl It only backfires when you lose . But if Tennessee can’t beat a Sun Belt Conference team that was 2–10

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Power-5 programs paying FCS and Group-of-5 teams to travel to their stadium for a likely butt-whooping is nothing new. Hell, Penn State doled out $1.45 million to Idaho just to lose by 72 in Happy Valley. Yet, the Vols actually falling victim to GSU makes it all the more funny.

Jeremy Pruitt and Co. still have a long way to go in re-establishing Tennessee as a national power, and now their wallets are hurting as well.

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