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#Vol Tweets: Post Kentucky

LEXINGTON, KY - OCTOBER 31, 2015 - running back Jalen Hurd #1 of the Tennessee Volunteers during the game between the Kentucky Wildcats and the Tennessee Volunteers at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington, KY. Photo By Ruth Dudley/Tennessee Athletics

LEXINGTON, KY – OCTOBER 31, 2015 – running back Jalen Hurd #1 of the Tennessee Volunteers during the game between the Kentucky Wildcats and the Tennessee Volunteers at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington, KY. Photo By Ruth Dudley/Tennessee Athletics

From all over Twitter, Tennessee football fans, recruits, and former players sounded off about the game against Kentucky. Here are a few of the #Vols Twitter highlights about the big win over the Wildcats.

Former Volunteers receiver Joey Kent was excited to see his alma mater show why they are #WRU.

VFL Jacob Gilliam hasn’t forgotten which teams to make fun of.

I think it’s safe to safe former Vols All-American Leonard Little is a fan of Cam Sutton.

https://twitter.com/DBL_L_01/status/660642332115607552

@Corey_Walton captured this gem of the Wildcat cheerleaders after Emmanuel Moseley’s big hit on Kentucky receiver Garrett Johnson.

https://twitter.com/corey_walton/status/660828180480188416

Vols fan @PopcornSutton_ had a field day on Twitter after Tennessee’s big game. Here’s just one of his posts.

https://twitter.com/PopcornSutton__/status/660851978797453312

Both clever and true @LoneNutVolFan.

https://twitter.com/LoneNutVolFan/status/660878761114619904

The trash talk from Vols fans showed no mercy last night as @BigOrangeButch went for the throat with this one.

This vine by @VolBlood might have been the most retweeted post of the evening. And for good reason.

Even some of Tennessee’s recruits posted about the game. Class of 2018 commit Cade Mays gave his personal opinion about Kentucky defensive tackle Matt Elam. And 2016 commit Davante Brooks looks to already have a head start on poking fun at his future rival.

 

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